The Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation (CLRIs) in Long-Term Care (LTC) are currently seeking input into how the program can provide the best value to assist LTC homes in their work.
Between 2011and 2016, with the support of the Government of Ontario, the inaugural CLRI Program developed infrastructure, new programs, and products that reached 61% of Ontario LTC homes. Moving forward, we’d like to see more homes benefit from the CLRI Program to enhance care quality, build capacity, and introduce innovation.
As the CLRI Program undergoes review for potential renewal, your feedback will help us to understand the types of programming and products that will best serve LTC homes and the long-term care sector over the next five years.
This survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete and is intended for: Administrators, Directors of Care, or Education Leads in LTC homes; as well as other stakeholders and organizations working within the LTC sector.
By taking the time to answer this brief survey you will help shape the future of the CLRI Program.
Your participation is voluntary. The information you provide will be combined with that of other homes and stakeholders. It will be reported/published in grouped format only.
Your answers will be kept confidential. The survey is being conducted by an outside consultant who will remove any identifying information before sharing the results with the CLRI Program and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Please click on the links below to access the survey in either English or French:
We appreciate your time and thoughtfulness in responding to this survey. A summary of the results will be available on the CLRI website (clri-ltc.ca) in the fall of 2016.
WIN A CHAPTERS GIFT CARD
As a thank you for taking the time to respond to our survey, you can choose to enter your name into a draw for one of two $50 Chapters Gift Cards. An early bird draw will be held for all who respond to the survey prior to August 19, 2016.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact:
The Consultant – Sue Cragg [suecraggconsulting(at)gmail.com]
The Bruyère CLRI – Emily Kuurstra [ekuurstra(at)bruyere.org]