Advance Care Planning
Advance Care Planning is the process whereby a capable adult discusses their beliefs, values, wishes, or instructions for health care with trusted family and health care providers. Advance Care Planning may lead to a written Advance Care Plan.
Advanced Access/Office Efficiency
(AA/OE) Offers a new way of scheduling patient appointments so patients can more easily be seen at the time they prefer, including the same day. By helping to free up time on your schedule the program gives you more control over your practice and help you to feel less hurried. It also helps eliminate backlogged appointments and enables more patient visits through the day.
Child and Youth Mental Health
Addresses how family physicians practices identify, assess, manage and treat children and adolescents with mental health disorders. Practitioners will improve collaboration and knowledge with patients, families, pediatricians, mental health services, psychiatrists and non-government agencies.
Chronic Disease Management
Provides GPs with new approaches for improving management of patients with chronic disease. Physicians and their MOAs learn how to use patient registries and an automated patient recall system, which can significantly improve patient care by ensuring that patients with chronic disease are seen when they need to be seen.
End of Life
Provides training for practitioners to improve care of patients and families living with, suffering and dying from life-limiting and chronic illnesses. Physicians learn how to identify patients who could benefit from a palliative approach to care; increase confidence and communication skills to enable Advance Care Planning (ACP) conversations; and improve collaboration with palliative care and non-palliative specialist services, patients, families and caregivers.
Group Medical Visits
Group medical visits offer a new and time-efficient way of caring for patients who share a specific condition, such as diabetes. Patients with a similar chronic condition are invited to attend these sessions to receive care, education, and advice within a supportive group environment. Note: this module includes Patient Self-management and Health Literacy
Adult Mental Health
Offers valuable training for GPs to help them screen patients for a wide range of mental health conditions. The treatment approaches provided through the module are designed to enhance the skills and confidence of GPs to provide effective, primary care for patients with Axis 1 mental health conditions, including mild to moderate depression.
(In development) MSK provides training, tools, and resources for family physicians in the treatment of osteoarthritis, low back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis. The module supports physicians to provide appropriate care for patients suffering from these conditions, some of which can prove challenging to identify and manage, and highlights the importance of patient education and self-management in achieving better health outcomes.
Helps physicians to identify, assess, manage, and better communicate with patients who have persistent pain, helping them return to a higher level of function; supports physician collaboration with patients, families, pain specialists, allied health professionals, and non-government agencies.
Provides GPs with a simple method for examining the needs of their clinical practice and identifying key areas for change or improvement. You and your staff can explore new ways of working to enhance the efficiency of your practice and your effectiveness as care providers.
Shared Care - COPD/Heart Failure
Supports family physicians, specialist physicians, and community-based providers to provide effective coordinated care for patients at risk of, and living with, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and heart failure.