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2016 Educational Innovation & Networking Day

Posted On: November 4, 2016

If you engage long-term care staff and students in learning, please join the Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care on December 5th at Baycrest, Toronto for an exciting day of innovative learning and networking!

This educational day provides an innovation and networking forum for those who engage staff and students in learning about seniors’ care and long-term care. The goals are to experience innovative educational approaches tailored to this sector, to network with other educators, and to foster a learning network that supports education in seniors’ care.

 

Preliminary Program
8:00-8:30              Registration & Refreshments
8:30-8:35              Welcome
8:35-9:30              Panel Discussion
9:30-10:30            Rapid Fire Success Stories > 10 Stories in 50 Minutes
10:30-10:45          Refreshment Break
10:45-11:15          Structured Networking Session
11:30-12:30          Concurrent Workshops – Round 1
12:30-1:30            Lunch
1:45-2:45              Concurrent Workshops – Round 2
2:45-3:00              Debriefing & Next Steps
3:00                      Closing Remarks

 

Join us to experience your choice of 2 of the following workshops (available based on a first-registered, first-served basis):

A. Learning about, from & with each other: How to facilitate effective teamwork
Build on basic facilitation skills and learn techniques to help staff and students learn about, from and with each other for better client care.

B. Interactive learning through gameplay: Matching triggers, behaviours & clinical action
Serious games are increasingly used in non-game settings to achieve learning and performance objectives. Experience a game that fosters team collaboration in the care of persons with dementia.

C. Just in-time simulation for immediate impact
A sampler of exercises from simulation-based education for you to draw on to meet the demands of your practice setting.

D. Integrating the human side of learning
Looking to foster a culture of learning and lasting change in learners? This primer will help you design significant learning that targets not only knowledge and skills, but also values and attitudes.

 

Registration
The cost is $50 per registrant and includes HST and covers the conference program, educational materials, refreshments and lunch. Please visit our registration website. Confirmation of registration and receipt will be sent if registration is received PRIOR to November 30, 2016.
REGISTER EARLY AS SPACE IS LIMITED! Priority will be given to long-term care sector registrants.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellations are subject to a $25 administration charge. There will be no refunds issued after November 25, 2016.

For More Information Contact
Paula Ferreira, Baycrest Centre for Education Coordinator: (416) 785-2500, ext. 2363, or pferreira@baycrest.org

 

About the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care

The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Long-Term Care, and hosted at Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère, and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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