Archive of past events.
Behavioural Support Rounds: April-19
Topic: Accessible online arts recreation and wellness promotion in older adults
Presenter: Kelly Murphy, Ph.D., C.Psych., Baycrest Health Sciences
Behavioural Economics 101: Nudging Better Choices and Decisions in Healthcare
In this hectic environment, what principles can be deployed to help LTC professionals make better management decisions for their team members, patients, residents, and organizations?
Clozapine: History, Efficacy and Pharmacology
Review the history of the development of clozapine. Review the efficacy of the drug with respect to the primary literature, and
understand how it is metabolized and its adverse effects.
Practicing to Choose Wisely in LTC: A Patient Centered Approach
Attending physicians and nurse practitioners working in LTC are invited to this interactive workshop hosted by the Ontario CLRI at Baycrest in partnership with the OCFP.
Put Living First: Creating a Culture Where Everyone Thrives
This webinar will explore the topic of culture change, and how to move from being task-focused to people-focused.
Living the Dementia Journey
The Central West LHIN, in collaboration with the Central West BSO Network, is offering a professional development opportunity for LTC homes and community partners…
Frail Aging and Cognitive Impairment Simulation Toolkits for Educators
This webinar will explore concepts of simulation with respect to frail aging and cognitive impairment. These toolkits were developed for…
Clinical Nursing Leadership Focus Group
We are bringing together a group of nurses working in long-term care to provide us with feedback for input on our Clinical Nursing Leadership training program.
Audio-Visual Tool to Support Cycling Among Older Adults in LTC Homes
How can an audio-visual multimedia tool promote physical activity among older adults in long-term care homes? This webinar will present…
Behavioural Support Rounds: March-19
Topic: Person-Centred Language Matters
Presenters: Kate Ducak, Project Officer, Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging, and Tina Kalviainen, Strategic Communications Specialist, Provincial Coordinating Office, Behavioural Supports Ontario