Are you interested in home (personal) health monitoring technologies and ways they can be used to improve patient care in Alberta? If so, here is an event you may find of interest.
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In case you have not heard the news, the Patient Engagement Reference Group (PERG) has a new voice. More specifically, it has created an e-newsletter called “the Voice.” Click here to read the first edition of what is sure to be an interesting newsletter.
The College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Centre for Effective Practice, in partnership with the Arthritis Alliance of Canada (AAC), developed the Osteoarthritis (OA) Tool A that helps family physicians work with patients who have suspected, new or established osteoarthritis of the hands, knees and/or hips. Related to this family physician tool, a new working group of the AAC is developing a patient version. To find out more about this patient tool and how you can get involved in its development, click here.
If you are take any medication, whether it be doctor initiated prescriptions, over-the-counter drugs or herbal remedies, you are apt to be doing do so in hopes of getting a particular outcome (e.g., less pain, greater mobility, etc.) However, can the medication you are taking actually make you sicker? Unfortunately, the answer is “Yes.” Click here to find out more.
Registration for Quality Summit 2018 will begin on June 27th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. MT. Given the popularity of this event and the limited spots available, you will want to register as quickly as possible. Click here to find out more.
Did you miss the sold out first screening to "Movie to Movement: Creating the future of healthcare together". Here's your chance to join @gregswings this Tuesday night and participate! See you there? https://t.co/5FqKj8NbH9 via @Eventbrite
“‘I’m going to have teacher DNA in me….I’m going to have to be a teacher someday, and a good one.‘” These are the words of a 10-year old who will be receiving a kidney from a teacher at her school. To read more, click here.
May 1st marked the start of a special initiative that is taking place in Calgary. Thanks to front-line staff and others, including Paul Wright, a member of our Pts4Chg community, patients are breaking free of PJ Paralysis. Check out these Tweets for more information and follow the Twitter discussion on #endPJparalysis.
Today we saw the power of engagement. We took our first steps on our #endPJparalyis journey in Calgary. The momentum is contagious and frontline driven. Thank you all who were involved and supported today. It’s just the start @BrianwDolanpic.twitter.com/td7pQ561zo