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2011 Summit Program


80 Educational Presentations

·       Extraordinary approaches to client care that will maximize access to care; enhance and support clinical excellence and support systems integration. 

·       Extraordinary people and strategies to optimize health human resources; support the vital role of family caregivers and promote strong leadership and governance.

·       Extraordinary programs that promote best practices; ensure accountability, excellence and risk management.

·       Extraordinary knowledge and technology that enables effective advocacy, policy and program development and implementation.


(1A) Home Again: From Hospital to Home to Consider Long Term Care


(1B) System Approach: Improving Client Care and Reducing ALC


(1C) Tele-monitoring to Maintain Stable Long Term Clients at Home


(2) Extraordinary Practices and Results in Wound Care


(3A) Aligning Project Management and Lean Six Sigma to Deliver Outstanding Care


(3B) Lean Six Sigma Methodology Driving Improvements in Community Wound Care


(4A) Adapting at High Speed: Connecting Online Caring


(4B) Journey of Validation: Towards National Educational Standards


(5A) Chronic Disease Prevention and Self-Management: Knowledge Sharing across Diseases


(5B) Improving End-of-Life Care in First Nations Communities


(6A) How Can Extraordinary Care at Home be Achieved?


(6B) Home Care in Ontario’s School Health Services Program


(7) System Transformation: Integrated Community and Primary Care Teams


(8A) Linking Key Performance Indicators and PSW Educational Programs


(8B) Extraordinary People: Homecare Mentors


(8C) Crafting Collaborative Working Relationships in Community Care


(9A) Coordinating Services Under a Single Care Plan


(9B) Extraordinary Partnerships – Hope for Children with Complex Medical Needs 


(10) Canadian Home Care in an International Context


(11A) Primary Care & Community Care Access Centre Integration


(11B) Design of Community Based Collaborative Practice Teams


(11C) Collaborating for System Improvements: Realize the Opportunities


(12A) S.T.O.P - A Falls Prevention Practice for Home Care


(12B) A Community-Based Falls Prevention Best Practice Initiative


(12C) Taking Client Safety Further Using a Collaborative Approach


(13A) Nurse Practitioners in Home Care


(13B) The Developmental Services Worker—Enhancing Client Care


(13C) Bridging Silos: Home Health and GP Client Collaboration


(14A) Client Experience Makes a Difference


(14B) Client Videos for Practice Changes in Personal Support


(14C) Changing the Conversation with Clients and Caregivers


(15) Health Leaders Views on Leadership Competencies and Education


(16A) The Ultimate Client Choice: Direct Client Funding Program


(16B) Client Choice and Partnerships - Enhancing the Client Experience


(16C) The Alberta Home Care Aide and Technology Project (Presentation not available)


(17A) Specialized Wound Care in Rural and Remote Areas


(17B) Idea to Reality: Setting Provincial Wound Care Standards


(17C) Accountability in Wound Care - Standardized Evidence Based Care


(18) Building a Health Human Resources Strategy for Home Support Workers

(19A) Conflict Interrupted: How to Transform Any Situation


(19B) Honouring the Human Face of Healthcare: A Cultural Transformation


(20A) Integrated Client Care Project for Seniors with Complex Needs


(20B) Enhancing the Client Experience across the Continuum of Care


(21A) Beating the Odds through Successful Change Management


(21B) Implementing Handheld Computers in a Home Care Setting: Lessons Learned


(21C) The Extraordinary Impact of Mobile Technology


(22A) Intra-Organizational Nursing Practice Council: Shaping Clinical Excellence


(22B) Enhancing Ethical Reflection and Client Choice by Community Healthcare Providers


(23) Speak Up: Start the Conversation about End-of-Life Care - Advance Care Planning


(24A) A World Away: Aboriginal Continuing Care in Nova Scotia


(24B) Using Knowledge to Drive Quality and Improve the Client Experience


(25A) Easy Coordinated Access to Community Support Services


(25B) Transforming Transition Services: A Home Care Story


(25C) Central Local Health Integration Network Collaborative Transportation Initiative


(26A) Working Together to Ensure Quality in Home Care


(26B) Shared Accountability for Quality and Outcomes (Presentation not available)


(27A) An Algorithm to Classify Long-Term Care Clients


(27B) Identifying Clients with Complex Continuing Care Needs


(27C) Applying Human Factors to the Home Care Environment


(28A) Connecting People and Providers across Canada through Telehealth


(28B) Sharing Client Records While Complying with Privacy Regulations


(28C) Extraordinary Leadership: Implementation and Sustainability of Electronic Health Record


(29A) Improving the Safety of Ambulatory Intravenous Chemotherapy in Canada


(29B) Ambulatory Infusion Pumps: Enhancing Provider Satisfaction  (Presentation not available)


(30A) Rehabilitation Therapy Services in Home Care


(30B) InfoRehab: Incremental Approaches to Improving Care Transitions


(31A) Jog Your Mind: A Cognitive Vitality Program for Seniors


(31B) Integrated Assisted Living Programs - Supporting Aging in Place


(31C) The Alberta First Nations & Inuit Heath Home Care Reporting System


(32A)Improving Home Care Services for First Nations and Metis


(32B) Closing Gaps between Emergency Medicine and Homecare


(33) Client-Centred Care in the Home and Community Sector (Presentation not available)


(34) Ontario's Integrated Client Care Project


(35A) Quality- Making it Part of an Organizations DNA (Presentation not available)


(35B) Home Living Quality Audits - How Did We Do?


(36) Accelerating the Use and Spread of Innovative Solutions


(37A) Extraordinary Falls Prevention: Strategy and Solutions


(37B) Safety: Home Care Clients and Family Members Perspectives


(38A) Home Care EMR: Enabling Extraordinary Nursing Care


(38B) IT & ET Unite: E-Charing in Wound Care


(39) Caregiver Support and Enhanced Respite Demonstration Project



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