ACP-HCC Knowledge Exchange

 

This section will link you to knowledge exchange information and networking opportunities such as contacting a Community of Practice (CoP), notice of upcoming Conferences and Events including Videos & Webinars, Research (including funding opportunities) and access to Newsletters.

To find a specific type of knowledge exchange resource, please use the dropdown boxes in the Navigator provided below.  For further clarification on these resource types, please refer to the Knowledge Exchange Resource Types located below the menu in the left hand column.

 

Knowledge Exchange Resource Guide

Community of Practice: Find a community that is exploring and learning about ACP & HCC.

Conference & Events: Look for conferences and events that support about ACP & HCC awareness.

Research: Provides access to ACP & HCC Projects, Research, Reports, Statistics and Demographics relevant for people living in Ontario.

Newsletters: Sign up for the CSAH Newsletter, Linkages as well as other related newsletter sources and receive news about events, reports and conferences.

Videos & Webinars: Features a variety of videos and webinars related to ACP & HCC.

ACP-HCC Knowledge Exchange Navigator

This presentation is presented by Donna Scott, and supported by Regional Geriatrrics programs of Ontario.

This webinar discusses capacity to consent for treatment for people with communication disabilities. This webinar was held on May 18, 2016 and is brought to you by Communication Disabilities Access Canada and is made possible through funding from The Law Foundation of Ontario. For more information, you can visit us on the web at: http://cdacanada.com

This CPR decision aid was developed by Dr.'s Daren Heyland and Chris Frank and provides answers to frequently asked questions along with supporting statistical evidence.

This brochure is intended to be a healthcare decision aid for patients and their Substitute Decision-Makers (SDMs).  

This chapter provides an overview of when you must get express (written or oral) consent, when you can rely on a client's implied consent and when you are allowed to collect, use or disclose PHI (Personal Health Information) without consent.  It also provides you with a checklist to follow when you need to make decisions about consent (including for capable or deceased persons), capacity and substitute decision making.

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