Past Events

Archive of past events.

  • GeriMedRisk_Logo_Web Aggravating a Salt: Understanding and Managing Hyponatremia Associated with Psychiatric Medications

    Where: Webinar

    When:

    Cost: Free

    Join Dr. Jordon Charlebois, senior Psychiatry resident at McMaster University, as he discusses the epidemiology of hyponatremia associated with psychiatric medications in geriatric individuals.

  • Baycrest Behavioural Support Rounds

    Where: Baycrest Hospital/Telehealth/Webcast

    When:

    Cost: Free

    Baycrest Behavioural Support Rounds: Beyond Dementia: Mental Illness in Long-Term Care Homes

  • Pharmacogenomics: Is personalized prescribing ready for prime time?

    Where: Webinar

    When:

    Cost: Free

    GeriMedRisk-Geriatric Clinical Pharmacology Rounds. Review the current state of pharmacogenomics (PGx) and learn about how PGx can impact prescribing.

  • Behavioural Support Rounds

    Where: Baycrest Hospital/Telehealth/Webcast

    When:

    Cost: Free

    These rounds provide a learning forum to review leading practices in the assessment and supportive management of challenging, responsive behaviours; and offer practical approaches to support the work of front-line healthcare providers in caring for persons with responsive behaviours.

  • Residents’ Councils Contributing to Wellness: Exploring Late Life Depression, Self-care and Encouraging Supports for the Resident and Caregiver

    Where: Webinar

    When:

    Cost: Free

    Join Jennifer Blaik, Psychogeriatric Resource Consultant, as she helps us to understand information about late life depression; signs and symptoms, differences between grief and depression, diagnosis, and treatments. We will also look at simple self-care techniques and ways to seek support for the resident or the caregiver.

  • 2018 LTC Educator Days for Innovation and Networking – Toronto

    Where: Baycrest Health Sciences, Toronto

    When:

    Cost: $50

    If you engage long-term care staff and students in learning join us on November 22 in Perth, Ontario, and December 11 in Toronto, Ontario for the 2018 LTC Educator Days for Innovation and Networking.

  • 2018 LTC Train-The-Trainer Workshop for Applied Theatre

    Where: Baycrest Health Sciences, Toronto

    When:

    Cost: $35

    Using Theatre to Enhance Interprofessional Team Competencies: Applied theatre uses facilitated theatre games and exercises to help participants reflect deeply on concepts essential to professional healthcare practice such as communication and empathy. The exercises are fun, easy to do and accessible to a wide range of learners. Learn how to use this approach in your own education, training and professional work.

  • Honouring Grief and Increasing Resiliency

    Where: Webinar

    When:

    Cost: Free

    We will examine the impact on staff of working with individuals and families experiencing chronic illness, dying and death.

  • Medical and Recreational Cannabis in Senior Care Settings

    Where: Fairmount Home, Glenburnie

    When:

    Cost: $260 – $370

    This one-day workshop will explore the various implications that medical and recreational cannabis legalization will have on senior care employers, employees/staff, and residents and their families.

  • GeriMedRisk Geriatric Clinical Pharmacology Round

    Where: Webinar

    When:

    Cost: Free

    Topic: “All about Sedative Hypnotics in Older Adults in 40 Winks Minutes” Presenter: Dr. Sophiya Benjamin, MBBS, FRCPC  

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