Patient Partnership in Virtual Care

Patient Partners Working Group Webinar – November 2020 At the start of November, OSSU’s Patient Partners Working Group held their fall webinar on ‘patient partnership in virtual care’. This webinar, moderated by Julie Drury, Strategic Lead – Patient Partnerships at…

EMPOWER Awards Phase IV RFP Released

The vital role that research evidence and data plays in supporting health system decision making has been amplified in Ontario during the recent COVID-19 pandemic and health system restructuring. Knowledge users have collaborated closely with researchers to make the most…

Patient Partnership in Virtual Care

Join OSSU’s Patient Partners Working Group for a webinar on ‘Patient Partnership in Virtual Care’ for an opportunity to discuss how patients are partners in developing and implementing virtual care approaches, as well as the experiences of patients and health…

Pivoting with older adults during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended plans, closed businesses, forced people into isolation and turned society upside down. For seniors, the impact has been even more marked, with increased vulnerability both to the disease, and to the effects of isolation as…

S’adapter avec les aînés durant la pandémie de COVID-19

La pandémie de COVID-19 a fait dérailler des plans, forcé des entreprises à fermer, obligé les gens à se confiner et bouleversé la société. Pour les aînés, l’impact a été encore plus marqué, vu leur plus grande vulnérabilité à la…

WEBINAR: Patient Partnership and COVID-19 research

Join OSSU’s Patient Partners Working Group for their summer webinar, this time addressing patient partnership and COVID-19 research in Ontario. Featuring Alies Maybee (Patient Advisors Network), Maureen Smith (Cochrane Collaboration, OSSU) and Rebecca Gannan (McMaster Aging, Community and Health Research…

EMPOWER Awards phase III

The vital role that research evidence and data plays in supporting health system decision making has been amplified during the recent COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Knowledge users have collaborated closely with researchers to make the most informed policy decisions, relying heavily…

AMS Healthcare Compassion and Artificial Intelligence Small Grant program

AMS Healthcare is offering grants of up to $20,000 to support projects that will generate new knowledge and evidence that will enhance the education/training of undergraduate, graduate and practicing healthcare professionals of the impact of digital technology/artificial intelligence on compassionate…