Delivering innovation in primary care webinar

Primary Care Webinar

In the video below, Dr. Cathy Faulds, Professor Rob Austin, Dr. Aaron Hoffman, and Dr. Erin Sullivan of Charting the Future of Primary Care: Leadership, Teams, and Culture discuss the rapidly changing Canadian healthcare landscape and using innovation and collaboration in primary care delivery. At the conclusion of the webinar, the panelists field thoughtful questions from webinar participants. 

 

Charting the Future of Primary Care is delivered at Ivey's Donald K. Johnson Centre, located in the heart of Toronto's Financial District, from September 11 - 12, 2019. For more information on the program, please download a program brochure, reserve a seat, or enrol now. This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 12.50 Mainpro+ credits.

 

About The Ivey Academy at Ivey Business School
The Ivey Academy at Ivey Business School is the home for executive Learning and Development (L&D) in Canada. It is Canada’s only full-service L&D house, blending Financial Times top-ranked university-based executive education with talent assessment, instructional design and strategy, and behaviour change sustainment. 

Rooted in Ivey Business School’s real-world leadership approach, The Ivey Academy is a place where professionals come to get better, to break old habits and establish new ones, to practice, to change, to obtain coaching and support, and to join a powerful peer network. Follow The Ivey Academy on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

 

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