Since 2012, the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care (CLRI) have worked to transform learning opportunities to strengthen the long-term care (LTC) workforce.
The Ontario CLRI supported the LTC sector in 2019/20 by engaging 83% of the 600+ LTC homes and potentially impacting the care of more than 68,000 residents across the province.
We built up the LTC workforce through education and training, resources, and practice change, often in partnership with LTC homes, colleges, universities and other stakeholders. More than 164,900 hours of training were offered to more than 6,000 team members, clinicians, and students.
We sparked change by sharing ideas, innovations and evidence to help LTC homes and stakeholders to implement new practices. We had 142 knowledge mobilization activities and helped to spread more than 210 resources that the Program identified, created or developed.
The report is available in English and French:
Read through our annual summaries for an at-a-glance look at the Annual Report.
We wish to acknowledge the input and guidance of the Ontario CLRI Provincial Advisory Committee in the creation of this report, which was submitted to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in June 2020.
83% of long-term care homes were served by CLRI
Initiatives potentially impacted 68,000+ residents
We offered 164,900+ hours of training
6,000+ team members, clinicians and students trained
142 knowledge mobilization activities
210+ resources developed and spread
9,300+ participants empowered to change practice
19 research and innovation grants supported