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Organization: N2 Canada

N2 has developed this course on Medical Devices to equip learners with an understanding of the landscape around medical device trials in Canada and to contribute to the safe and effective introduction of innovative medical devices. Content covered includes the regulatory landscape (Canadian versus U.S.), investigator duties, and monitoring and auditing.

This course targets individuals who administer, review, or conduct medical device trials.

Duration: 2:30 hours


Organization: Medical Psychiatry Alliance

This workshop features an inter-professional approach to managing complexities in patients with response behaviours of dementia, including the topics of differentiating between delirium and dementia approaches to behaviour assessment, caregiving strategies to minimize responsive behaviours and communication approaches. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to reflect on patient encounters and discuss improved patient outcomes and experiences.

Facilitators: Dr. Jason Kerr, MD, FRCPC, Geriatrician and Division Head, Seniors' Services and Bonnie Joanisse, RN(EC) NP-PHC, MScN. Clinical Manager/Nurse Practitioner, Primary Care, Palliative Care & Seniors’ Services

Course Objectives

  • Define responsive behaviours
  • Describe common causes of responsive behaviours
  • Describe approach to assessing responsive behaviours
  • Demonstrate verbal re-direction
  • Be able to list four non-pharmacological therapies for responsive behaviours

Accreditation

  • This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 3 Mainpro+ credits.

Date & Time:Wednesday, January 17, 2024 from 5:30pm to 8:00pm

Fee: $75


Organization: Medical Psychiatry Alliance

This Foundational course will provide participants with practice and evidence-based approaches to identifying, engaging and managing co-existing physical and mental health needs. Participants will develop an integrated approach to care for these patient issues and will obtain access to practice-ready toolkits to implement in their setting.

Course Objectives

  • Identify the prevalence and impact of mental health conditions on physical health outcomes
  • Describe and use evidence-based assessment tools to improve identification of mental health needs in patients with physical health issues
  • Describe and perform an integrated case formation to address co-occurring physical and mental health needs

Accreditation

  • This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 7 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: September 18 to October 29, 2023

Fee: $275.00


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

This course examines the health landscape of Indigenous people, challenges to coordination of care and transportation and geographical issues and challenges. The course also investigates strategies to reduce cancer mortality rates in Indigenous people.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The health landscape of Indigenous people
  • Strategies to reduce mortality
  • Challenges to the coordination of care
  • Transportation and geographical issues and challenges

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Learnici

Feeling stressed, anxious, worried, or disconnected from yourself or your environment? If so, a 5-minute grounding practice can help. This quick, free course is your guide to rooting yourself in the here and now by engaging your senses—taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing.

Duration: 5 minutes


Organization: N2 Canada

Research organizations are increasingly faced with challenges surrounding the management and security of the information they collect and use during the course of conducting research.

N2 has developed this introductory course on Privacy and Security for Personal Information (PI) and Personal Health Information (PHI) in the research environment.

The course is designed to equip learners with an understanding of the privacy legislation around how personal information may be collected, used, shared, accessed and disposed; the fundamentals of records and information management; and leading practices for handling a privacy incident.

This course targets individuals who administer, review, or conduct health research that involves collecting health data, such as during clinical trials.

Duration: 2 hours


Organization: Learnici

This quick course is designed to help the learner understand what phishing emails are, examine clues a phishing email attempt and finishes with a knowledge check.

Duration: 5 minutes


Organization: Learnici

This course is designed to help you understand what disabilities are and give you language to speak about them with others.

Duration: 5 minutes


Organization: Learnici

We store and access highly sensitive data online. Exposure of that data has a far-reaching impact, with consequences that can be devasting for yourself, your business, or the organization you are engaged with.

In this 40-minute course, you’ll learn strategies to protect yourself online and get tips to block incoming threats. You will also review how to act fast to minimize damage if a security breach occurs. You will be required to obtain a score of 100% in the short Check Your Understanding quiz. However, you can review the content and have unlimited attempts to click the “TAKE AGAIN” link at the end of the quiz if it is less. The last chapter is a quick summary of what you have learned.

Duration: 40 minutes


Organization: Learnici

The last person to be imprisoned for homosexuality in Canada was Everett George Klippert. This controversial decision leads directly to the Criminal Law Amendment Act (Bill C-150). It is an omnibus bill that, among other things, decriminalizes gay sex. However, the struggle continued.

In America, on June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular Greenwich Village bar catering to LGBTQ+ customers. Decades of escalating, state-sanctioned harassment led officers to expect everyone to leave quietly as usual. But if that had happened, it wouldn’t have made history.

Decades of oppression of the LGBTQ+ community, cultural shifts in the 1960s, and good troublemaking became a catalyst for change and a symbol for LGBTQ+ rights that evolved into today’s Pride festivals and marches. This course explores the key events and personalities in North America that ultimately shaped a global movement.


Organization: Learnici

The quality of care staff give to residents is reflective of the training they receive, their attitude and approach to care. At Learnici, we understand LTC. Our training development team has worked in various Long-term Care positions. Our LTC training curriculum was carefully created and reviewed by subject matter experts and developed based on best practice and current Act and Regulation requirements. This content is assigned to new direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities and retrained annually. This bundle includes Additional Training as identified in the Act and Regs. (Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021, 82(1), 82(2), 82 (4) 82 (7) O. Reg. 79/10: GENERAL, 218. (1) 219. (1), (2), (3), (4), 221. (1), (2), (3), (4), (5).

Our interactive and engaging content is meaningful and relevant to the work staff do. They will enjoy the “guided facilitation” style that simulates a live training session as much as possible. Staff can also interact and engage with the content. Some learners learn best when the content is read to them, others when they read the content for themselves. For Learnici’s LTC Mandatory courses, learners can choose which method works best for them. Depending on that choice, staff usually complete the training in 4 or 6 hours on average.

It includes the following courses:

  1. Introduction to LTC Mandatory Training
  2. Abuse Recognition and Prevention
  3. Cleaning and Sanitization
  4. Complaint Process
  5. Donning and Doffing PPE
  6. Emergency Procedures
  7. How to Perform Hand Hygiene
  8. Infection Transmission and Control
  9. PASDs and Restraints - Minimizing and Risks
  10. Removing Gloves Properly
  11. Resident’s Bill of Rights
  12. Routine Practices and Additional Precautions
  13. Zero Tolerance, Mandatory Reporting and Whistle-Blowing
  14. Resident Mental Health – 1. Introduction
  15. Resident Mental Health – 2. Delirium
  16. Resident Mental Health – 3. Dementia
  17. Resident Mental Health – 4. Depression
  18. Resident Mental Health – 5. Case Study
  19. Continence Care and Bowel Management
  20. Falls Prevention
  21. Pain Management
  22. Palliative Care and End of Life Care
  23. PASDs - Application and Use
  24. Restraints - Application and Use
  25. Skin and Wound Care
  26. Supportive Behaviour Management

Duration: 6 hours


Organization: Learnici

The quality of care staff give to residents is reflective of the training they receive, their attitude and approach to care. At Learnici, we understand LTC. Our training development team has worked in various Long-term Care positions. Our LTC training curriculum was carefully created and reviewed by subject matter experts and developed based on best practice and current Act and Regulation requirements. This content is assigned to new non-direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities and retrained annually. (Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021, 82(1), 82(2), 82 (4) O. Reg. 79/10: GENERAL 219. (1)

Our interactive and engaging content is meaningful and relevant to the work staff do. They will enjoy the “guided facilitation” style that simulates a live training session as much as possible. Staff can also interact and engage with the content. Some learners learn best when the content is read to them, others when they read the content for themselves. For Learnici's LTC Mandatory courses, learners can choose which method works best for them. Depending on that choice, staff usually complete the training in 2 or 3 hours on average.

It includes the following courses:

  1. Introduction to LTC Mandatory Training
  2. Abuse Recognition and Prevention
  3. Cleaning and Sanitization
  4. Complaint Process
  5. Donning and Doffing PPE
  6. Emergency Procedures
  7. How to Perform Hand Hygiene
  8. Infection Transmission and Control
  9. PASDs and Restraints - Minimizing and Risks
  10. Removing Gloves Properly
  11. Resident’s Bill of Rights
  12. Routine Practices and Additional Precautions
  13. Zero Tolerance, Mandatory Reporting and Whistle-Blowing

Duration: 3 hours


Organization: Learnici

This course starts with an excellent video from Alzheimer’s Research UK describing what dementia is. Learners interact with an exercise to form the definition of dementia. The course goes on to describe how dementia affects a person and statistics of dementia in LTC. The learner reviews best practices for communicating with someone with dementia. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course starts by training learners on how to navigate and interact with the content. Learners are shown the rationale for taking the mandatory annual training using screenshots from the Act and Regulations. Learners are given answers to the question “How will this education benefit me?” The fundamental principle of “home” is discussed. Learners are given a quick preview of the content in the curriculum and summarizes the curriculum by explaining LTC is a “shared experience” and that staff have the power to influence residents in a positive way so that all have a better experience together.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

The duty of everyone in a LTC home to protect the residents and prevent abuse and neglect. This course defines verbal, sexual, physical, financial and emotional abuse. It also discusses neglect as a form of abuse. It addresses the staff question, “What if I have offered care and the resident refuses?” The course discusses barriers to care and supporting residents that are resistive to care. Learners demonstrate whether staff or residents have more power in various situations and identify situations that may lead to abuse. The learner also identifies whether strategies in challenging situations lead to a positive or negative result. The course makes it clear that abusing a resident is never okay. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course discusses the importance of cleaning and disinfection for protecting residents and employees from pathogens. It clarifies the difference between cleaning and disinfection. Topics discussed are the importance of keeping food out of the “danger zone” where bacteria can multiply, hand hygiene, the spread of pathogens, and high-touch surfaces. The course finishes with tips on cleaning and disinfection. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course requires learners to drag and drop words to complete subsections of the Act related to the complaint procedure. They are reminded of the resident’s right to raise concerns or recommend changes, to whom, and without fear or reprisal. There are two interactive exercises to review the content. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course discusses the objectives of a continence care and bowel management program, what urinary incontinence is, what some of the factors associated with urinary incontinence are, what fecal incontinence is, what some of the factors associated with fecal incontinence are, the impact incontinence can have on a resident, the impact that cognitive impairment can have on a resident’s ability to remain continent and how staff can support each resident to achieve the optimal continence ability. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

In this course, we discuss staff and resident safety and watch a video about how to use a fire extinguisher. Learners demonstrate the proper sequence of P.A.S.S. steps for using a fire extinguisher through a drag-and-drop exercise. Staff matches the correct words with the REACT acronym. Staff learn about the evacuation techniques that keep themselves and residents safe. The REACT acronym that informs learners what to do and when during a fire emergency is reviewed. Directions on how to evacuate a fire zone and emergency codes are explained and shown through animations. Learners match emergency code descriptions with the respective emergency codes. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course shares some falls statistics and learners interact with the content to learn about the issue of falling in LTC. The purpose of the Fall Prevention and Management Program is reviewed. Learners interact with an exercise to match risks with causes of falls. Another exercise requires learners to select reasons for falls. Additional causes for falls are identified. Learners review strategies to help prevent falls using a simulation of a resident’s room. Learners indicate whether a factor is a fall risk or a prevention strategy. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

Proper hand hygiene is a very important routine practice for controlling the spread of pathogens. This course starts with “How to Hand Wash” and “How to Hand Rub” videos from Public Health Ontario. Learners review visuals for each step and an acronym so they remember each step and the order. Learners are required to put each hand rubbing step in the correct order. This is repeated for hand washing. An exercise reviewing the parts of the hand that typically get missed more frequently is interacted with. Learners also review the When? And Why? of each of the “4 Moments for Hand Hygiene”. Hand hygiene best practice tips finish this course. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course studies the chain of transmission based on information from Public Health Ontario. Learners click through the six links in the chain of transmission to learn what each one is, then again to see how COVID-19 fits into the links, then the most important part - controlling for and breaking each link. Learners complete an interactive exercise that matches items with the appropriate link in the chain of transmission. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

In this course, learners will review: pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for pain, what staff should be looking for that may indicate a
resident is in pain, what staff can do to help a resident that is experiencing pain, some of the challenges and barriers to pain management in LTC, some
common misconceptions about pain, some of the consequences of unresolved pain, different types of pain, and the objectives of a Pain Management Program in a Long-term Care Home. Learners answer true/false questions and are provided with the correct answers. Learners also review the HELP acronym (help, encourage, learn, provide) and complete an interactive exercise to reinforce knowledge transfer. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course discusses the difference between palliative care and end of life care, how staff can support palliative residents and their loved ones, signs that death is imminent, the impacts that the death of a resident may have on staff, and coping strategies for staff. Learners watch a video explaining dying with dignity. Learners also learn how they can support palliative residents and their loved ones in that challenging time. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

In this course, PASDs are defined and examples are shown. Restraints and “restrain” are also defined with examples. Learners complete an exercise that matches risks of restraints and their causes. Learners are reminded their home will have a policy on minimizing restraint and PASD use. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

The resident’s rights course asks the learner, “Imagine for a moment that you now live every day in a LTC Home…How would you want to be supported?” It goes on to say, “…Would you want to feel safe and secure? I'm sure you would also expect to be treated well and with respect. It’s the same for residents who are now living in their new home.” “Home: the fundamental principle” is reviewed. Learners then review the 29 rights. Learners then complete an exercise matching resident’s rights with an appropriate staff support. For example: “Privacy during treatment and care” matches with “Keep me covered as much as possible during a change.” Learners are shown the section of the Act that residents can enforce the Resident’s Bill of Rights against the licensee. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

Removing gloves properly helps prevent the spread of pathogens. This course starts with a video demonstration of glove removal. Learners are then shown images of the steps involved and given best practice tips. Learners then must drag and drop the steps in the correct order. (They can review the process and try again if needed.) This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

The resident’s rights course asks the learner, “Imagine for a moment that you now live every day in a LTC Home…How would you want to be supported?” It goes on to say, “…Would you want to feel safe and secure? I'm sure you would also expect to be treated well and with respect. It’s the same for residents who are now living in their new home.” “Home: the fundamental principle” is reviewed. Learners then review the 29 rights. Learners then complete an exercise matching
resident’s rights with an appropriate staff support. For example: “Privacy during treatment and care” matches with “Keep me covered as much as possible during
a change.” Learners are shown the section of the Act that residents can enforce the Resident’s Bill of Rights against the licensee. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course reviews proper application and use of restraints according to the Act and Regulations. The main points are that restraints are used as a last resort, and the least restraint should be used for the least amount of time. The Act is referenced to show when a restraint can and can not be used. Scenarios are presented and the learner must chose if a restraint can or can not be used. The Act is also referenced to show situations that are not restraints. Learners complete interactive exercises to clarify when a restraint can be used. Learners review the requirements under the Act if a residents is restrained,
including repositioning. Strategies to minimize restraints are also presented. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their
responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

By reviewing and applying the Routine Practices and Additional Precautions course, staff in Long-term Care can protect themselves and those receiving care. Care providers are at risk of direct exposure to the COVID-19 virus or other harmful pathogens. This course will discuss; the signs and symptoms of some common infectious diseases, the hierarchy of controls, how most respiratory infections spread, routine practices, and additional precautions to protect themselves and others. There are interactive exercises throughout the course and includes a knowledge check at the end. It provides feedback and correct answers are required to ensure the knowledge transfer of key concepts.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

In this course, the learner will review: why pressure injuries occur, how the skin breaks down, factors that increase the risk for skin breakdown in Long-term Care residents, the high risk areas for skin breakdown, what to look for, what staff can do to support residents from experiencing skin breakdown, and what staff should do if they notice a pressure injury or skin breakdown on a resident. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

We all behave in response to internal and external triggers. This course explains how external triggers in a resident’s environment and internal triggers will result in residents’ responsive behaviours – either positive or negative. These factors can be addressed and changed – by staff. This course identifies some possible responsive behaviours and staff complete an exercise defining responsive behaviours. Staff match resident triggers with supportive strategies to remove the triggers. Supportive strategies and best practice tips are presented to the learner. Communication approaches are also presented to help staff prevent or minimize responsive behaviours. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course focuses the learner on three main messages. The homes have zero tolerance for abuse, we all have a duty to protect the residents, and reporting of resident abuse should happen immediately. There are several interactive exercises for the learner to learn what and when to report certain matters. These include improper or incompetent care of a resident, abuse of a resident by anyone, unlawful conduct that resulted in harm to the resident, misuse of funding by the licensee or misuse or misappropriation of a resident’s money. “Whistle-blowing” is explained as protecting the residents and leaners are assured of whistle-blowing protection under the Act. Staff finish the course with a true or false exercise to ensure knowledge transfer. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course is an introduction to the Learnici’s four other Resident Mental Health Courses. It explains that delirium, depression and dementia often go unrecognized in the resident population. This leads to negative risks for the residents. This course points out it is important to make sure that members of the healthcare team know what to look for and what steps they and others can take to assist the resident(s). This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

Learners complete an exercise that clarifies the definition of delirium. This course includes more information about delirium and that it is a medical emergency. Learners review the causes of delirium and strategies to keep in mind to support residents. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

In this course, learners watch a video that describes depression. Learners complete an exercise that clarifies the definition of depression. The symptoms, causes, signs and symptoms and treatment of depression are reviewed. The question of why residents in Long-term Care may be susceptible to depression is discussed. Important considerations for staff supporting residents with depression is included. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

This course starts with a comparison of the features of delirium, dementia and depression. Learners then review a scenario involving “Mrs. X” and identify the changes she has been going through and if they are are delirium, dementia and depression or a combination. The content of the resident mental health modules are reviewed. This course is required for all LTC direct care staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Learnici

Putting on or “donning” and taking off or “doffing” personal protective equipment (PPE) properly prevents staff from pathogens and spreading pathogens. This course includes videos on putting on and removing surgical masks properly, putting on a cone n95 respirator and taking off a cone n95 respirator. Learners are required to drag and drop donning icons in the correct order. If they are correct, they skip the donning demonstration. Learners watch a video on taking off full PPE. They are then required to drag and drop doffing icons in the correct order. Again, if they are correct, they skip the doffing demonstration. Learners review donning and doffing education sheets. This course is required for all LTC staff prior to performing their responsibilities (i.e. as part of Orientation) and annually.

This course is also availble in the following series:


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

This course examines environmental health, climate change, drinking water advisories, colonial interference byproducts and the health impacts of environmental pollution.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Environmental health
  • Climate change
  • Drinking water advisories
  • Colonial interference byproducts
  • The health impacts of environmental pollution

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

In Ontario alone, over 400 children are diagnosed with cancer every year, and at any point in time over 4,000 children are receiving cancer treatment or follow-up care in this province.

Childhood cancer is the leading disease-related cause of death for our children; 1 child dies of cancer each week. This course examines the differences between childhood and adult cancer, the journey for First Nation, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous children with cancer and the role the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario plays in helping to navigate this journey with a unique whole-life approach to childhood cancer care

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The role of the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO)
  • The differences between childhood and adult cancer
  • The unique landscape of childhood cancer
  • The stages of the journey, including diagnosis, treatment and aftercare
  • Childhood cancer in First Nation, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous peoples

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

No matter where First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada live, they face unique health challenges. Often higher rates of diabetes, heart disease, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and many other diseases can been seen in Indigenous people compared to non-Indigenous people. This course examines the major lifestyle changes that have occurred over the past decades for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and communities. The course also provides an overview of the behavioural risk factors that have contributed to the shift from communicable diseases to chronic diseases and the associated statistics with these risk factors.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Chronic disease and prevention
  • Chronic disease risk factors in Indigenous people
  • Path to Prevention - Recommendations for Reducing Chronic Disease in First Nation, Inuit and Métis report

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

There are many reasons why the need to address health literacy is even more critical today than ever. There are increasing demands in society to access health information in new ways and this can create challenges for patients navigating the health care system. Increasing rates of chronic diseases in the Canadian population require individuals to manage their own care more than before. This course examines why Indigenous people have greater health literacy needs than the general population. The course also explores how mainstream health literacy approaches are not culturally relevant and how healthcare practitioners can provide health information to Indigenous patients in a way that is culturally appropriate and effective in managing chronic diseases.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Indigenous health and well-being
  • The importance of health literacy
  • Strategies for improving Indigenous health literacy and outcomes

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

Beginning in 1883, residential schools were in existence for well over 100 years, meaning that many successive generations of children from the same communities and families endured the experience of them. All three nations of children - First Nations, Inuit and Métis - attended residential schools; however, the experiences of each nation differed slightly. This course discusses the historical impact of the residential schools, which in turn led to the development of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). The course also provides an overview of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and how it is connected to the TRC Calls to Action.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Residential schools and the effects on First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
  • Implementation of Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action
  • The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

The prevalence of certain types of cancers are increasing at a faster rate for Indigenous people compared to the general population. This course examines cancer risk factors for Indigenous people, cancer statistics and the gap in cancer data for First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous peoples. This course also looks at the importance of increasing health education.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The cancer landscape
  • Cancer risk factors for Indigenous people
  • Gaps in cancer data for First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous people
  • Health education tools

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

Essential changes have occurred in the policies guiding and structuring the delivery of healthcare to First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. Aboriginal-led primary healthcare was identified as one of the key pillars for self-determination. This course explores key First Nations, Inuit and Métis supports available in Ontario, including Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs), the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) and services provided by Métis and Inuit organizations. It also examines the key barriers to healthcare access for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Aboriginal Health Access Centres, Community Health Centres and Family Health Teams
  • First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous community health services
  • Challenges and issues with health services

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

Essential changes have occurred in the policies guiding and structuring the delivery of healthcare to First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. Aboriginal-led primary healthcare was identified as one of the key pillars for self-determination. This course explores key First Nations, Inuit and Métis supports available in Ontario, including Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs), the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) and services provided by Métis and Inuit organizations. It also examines the key barriers to healthcare access for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • First Nations, Inuit and Métis self-determination in healthcare program delivery
  • Federal and provincial health policies and jurisdiction
  • Health equity issues and gaps in Ontario
  • Federal and provincial government programs

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

Racism persists. The First Nations, Inuit and Métis population has noted that they have experienced culturally insensitive healthcare, and at times, they meet with subtle and overt racism. This course stresses the importance for frontline healthcare professionals to understand and apply First Nations, Inuit and Métis cultural sensitivity and safety to provide effective care.It also examines the concept of cultural sensitivity and safety for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people, including cultural awareness, safety, competence, sensitivity, self-reflection and empathy.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The cultural continuum and cultural competence in healthcare
  • Cultural competence from the patient's perspective and how to incorporate it into the healthcare setting

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

The health status of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples has been improving, but is still lower than the rest of Canada. This course examines the impact social and economic measures have on First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. It explores the broader cultural determinants of health in an Indigenous context, including an overview of the determinants of health for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, and the impact of colonial and post-colonial events on the health of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The impact of colonial and post-colonial events on the health of First nations, Inuit and Métis peoples
  • The determinants of health and how they relate to First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

Canada’s history and treatment of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people has shaped the way they currently relate to and view non-Aboriginal people Canada. Many issues and challenges have been acknowledged, which continue to affect relations with First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. This course provides a historic context to the current-day issues facing First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in Canada, as well as the impact of these issues on their health, and relations with the government and healthcare industry. The course also explores the current-day First Nations, Inuit and Métis governance and political leadership models.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • The history of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada and Ontario
  • First Nations, Inuit, Métis and urban Indigenous governance and political infrastructure in Canada and Ontario

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

First Nations, Inuit and Métis people’s culture and history is rooted in wholistic view of well-being. Traditional health is important not only to the individual, but also to the family and community. Indigenous knowledge, language and culture influence the health and wellness of the community, often through traditional activities and ceremonies. This course explores Indigenous knowledge and traditional health, as well as strategies to bridge the gaps between traditional and Western medicine in promoting wholistic health services for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.

By the time you complete this course, you will be able to better understand:

  • Traditional medicine and health
  • The role of the family and the community
  • Indigenous knowledge and health care
  • The effects of colonization on Traditional practices

Accreditation
This Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for 1.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Cancer Care Ontario (Ontario Health)

This online learning module is meant for health care providers, and will help you learn more about:

  • Benefits of smoking cessation for people with cancer
  • How to deliver smoking cessation interventions
  • Overcoming barriers to smoking cessation

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: EVAC+CHAIR

The Evac Chair Power 800 is a battery-powered, electric evacuation chair can be used in emergency evacuations, power outages, and daily patient transport to safely and easily move a passenger up or down multiple flights of stairs without the need for carrying or lifting.

Duration: 5 minutes


Organization: EVAC+CHAIR

The Evac Chair 300H (MK4) is a highly innovative emergency stair chair solution that permits the safe egress of mobility impaired persons from a building in the event of an emergency or evacuation. Whether it’s a fire, a tornado, or even a simple power outage, it’s not safe to use an elevator when conditions are critical.

Duration: 5 minutes


Organization: Toronto Academic Health Science Network

This eLearning module was created by University Health Network (UHN) in collaboration with the Toronto Academic Health Science Network (TAHSN). The concepts presented here are based on applicable laws and regulatory guidelines and ensure consistency of
information across various groups in the GTA. Organization-specific policies support and build on these core concepts.

Due to limitations of this specific course, you will lose your work if you leave this course before finishing. Before you begin, please ensure you:

  • Have approximately 30-45 minutes to finish
  • Have a reliable Internet connection
  • Be aware of system timeout setting: 90 minutes of inactivity in the course will force you to restart from the beginning

Duration: 45 minutes


Organization: The Centre for Blood Research

Topic: Platelets from 13-lined Ground Squirrels are Resistant to Cold Storage Lesion

Presented by:

Dr. Scott Cooper
Professor of Biology at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse

Abstract: Hibernating ground squirrels have dramatically decreased heart rates (3-5 beats per minute) and blood flow, which should put them at risk of forming blood clots. In response, they have several adaptations during hibernation that prevent blood clotting, including 3-fold decreases in Factors VIII (FVIII) and IX (FIX), and 10-fold decreases in von Willebrand factor (vWF), neutrophils, and platelets. Ground squirrel platelets are resistant to in vivo and in vitro cold storage lesions and are not rapidly cleared after transfusion. This could be due to a combination of altered signaling pathways, resistance to cold-induced cellular damage, and interactions with extracellular factors. This research is pioneering the use proteomic and metabolomic techniques to determine how ground squirrel platelets are resistant to cold storage lesions in platelets and could lead to medical advances to treat thrombocytopenia, store human platelets in the cold for transfusions, and regulate blood coagulation in cases of accidental or induced hypothermia.

Date: January 11, 2023 @ 1:00PM - 2:00PM PT

Duration: 1 hour

The recording for this CBR event is now available.


Organization: The Centre for Blood Research

Topic: Novel Roles of Platelets in Infection and Inflammation

Presented by

Dr. Robert A. Campbell
Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Utah

Abstract:

I have concentrated my research effort on dissecting the mechanisms underpinning how cells alter coagulation under normal and disease situations, as well as determining how hemostasis and thrombosis, in turns, alters cellular response during inflammation. In particular, I have focused on understanding the regulation of transcription and translation in megakaryocyte and platelets under health and disease. To accomplish these goals, I have developed in vitro and in vivo model systems to examine gene and protein expression in megakaryocytes and platelets. We have elucidated novel mechanisms regulating megakaryocyte and platelet function and activation under normal homeostasis, including translational control mechanism regulated by microRNAs. We have also discovered that platelets and megakaryocytes possess novel intrinsic host defense mechanisms in addition to their ability to respond to inflammatory signals that induce robust changes in gene and protein expression. We have also demonstrated these changes in gene expression alter thrombo‐inflammatory responses, which often occur in the setting of aging and in the context of stroke. We also have extensively studied platelet interactions with other cells including neutrophils and monocytes and how these interactions alter platelet and leukocyte responses. In addition, my laboratory has significant experience dissecting molecular pathway in platelets, which regulate thrombosis using murine model systems. This includes in vivo models of thrombosis such as venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, and ischemic stroke. In these studies, we have used state‐of‐the‐art technologies including RNA‐seq to examine the transcriptional changes in platelets and megakaryocytes from mice to uncover novel genes critical for platelet responses during inflammation and thrombosis.

Date: January 18, 2023 @ 1:00PM - 2:00PM PT

Duration: 1 hour

The recording for this CBR event is now available.


Organization: Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network

Bloody Easy Blood Administration is an ORBCoN online course providing training in blood basis and transfusion basics. Upon completion of this module, participants will be ale to describe blood components and blood products, explain blood group compatibility and the significance of the ABO and Rh blood group system, prepare a patient for blood transfusion, demonstrate the safe administration of blood, identify blood transfusion complications, reactions and steps for management of reactions, and apply the 8 rights of transfusion.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network

This ORBCoN course focuses on blood transfusion and the possible reactions after a transfusion. At the end of this course you will be able to define a group and screen, name the type of crossmatch required when an antibody screen is positive, list the indications for red blood cells, platelets, plasma and fibrinogen replacement, estimate the frequencies of transfusion reactions to blood components in Canada, recognize the signs and symptoms of an adverse reaction to blood and blood components, and summarize measures for the management and prevention of transfusion reactions.

Duration: 1 hour


Organization: Toronto Academic Health Science Network

The Introduction to Anti-Black Racism eLearning Module is an informative and engaging module that is designed to support health service providers and their learners, staff, and physicians in their Anti-Black Racism learning journey. The module offers Anti-Black Racism education that provides:

  • An introduction to the historical roots and ongoing legacy of Anti-Black Racism in Canada
  • Insight into the forms that Anti-Black Racism can take in people’s lives
  • Opportunities for reflection and/or discussion on how to address Anti-Black Racism in work and personal life.
For health service providers, the module provides organizations with the opportunity to:

  • Offer foundational education that facilitates and encourages continued learning and unlearning
  • Implement strategies to utilize the module as a complimentary and/or mandatory resource to support new or existing Anti-Racism and/or Anti-Black Racism education

Keywords: DEI, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Duration: 25 minutes


Organization: University of Colorado School of Medicine

Agitation and verbal abuse are acute behavioral emergencies requiring immediate intervention. Traditional methods of treating agitated patients (i.e., routine restraints and involuntary medication) have been replaced with a much greater emphasis on a noncoercive approach. Experienced practitioners have found that if such interventions are undertaken with genuine commitment, successful outcomes can occur far more often than previously thought possible.

The objectives of this course are:

  1.  Identify the agitated patient
  2. Use a standardized scale to assess agitation
  3. Assess a patient scene for safety

Duration: 40 minutes


Organization: Toronto Academic Health Science Network

Dr. Stephanie Nixon introduces the Coin Model of Privilege and Critical Allyship as a framework for understanding anti-oppression and taking Anti-Racist action.  Dr. Nixon will help the viewer build a nuanced understanding of privilege and interlocking systems of oppression, as an onramp for deeper learning about Anti-Black Racism.

Duration: 90 minutes


Organization: Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network

Topic: Who is missing? Underrepresented communities in trauma research.

Presented by

Dr. Barbara Haas, MD, PhD, FRCSC
Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Toronto

Learning Objectives

  1. To review the relationship between sex and trauma outcomes
  2. To review the link between age and trauma outcomes
  3. To review the link between marginalization and trauma outcomes

Accreditation

The University of Toronto Transfusion Medicine Rounds is a self-approved group learning activity (Section1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Date: January 26, 2023 @ 12:00PM - 1:00PM EST

Duration: 1 hour

The recording for this ORBCoN event is now available.


Organization: Learnici

You’ve probably heard the word “diversity” pretty frequently both in and out of the workplace, but are you confident you understand what it means and how it might impact your life? 

Diversity—along with the complementary concepts of equity, and inclusion—impact your wellbeing, regardless of your background. Having a firm grasp on these terms is essential not only for a healthy workplace, but ultimately a healthier way of living.

This course will introduce you to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). By the time you’ve finished this course, you’ll be better equipped to understand the importance of DEI and take action to support diversity initiatives in the workplace.

Topics covered in this introductory course include how we’re socialized in the world, how biases form, and how these factors affect how we think and act—and feed into various systems of oppression. By the end of this course, you will:

1. Have a basic understanding of key DEI concepts.

2. Recognize how your specific background fits into the society you live in. 

3. Know how to contribute to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.


Organization: Learnici

Understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is essential to creating a healthier community. But once you’ve grasped the conceptual elements of DEI, how do you put them into practice? And how can you apply your knowledge to your unique community?

In this course, you’ll learn how the stories we tell ourselves impact our well-being. You’ll discover the power of the narratives we tell as individuals, within social groups, and through institutions, and you’ll explore ways to counter these narratives through specific examples and exercises. By the end of this course, you will know how to:

1. Create space for diverse perspectives and critique current power structures.

2. Navigate the ambiguity and complexity that come with multiple perspectives.

3. Take action to promote equity and justice.


Organization: Learnici

When it comes to innovation, creativity, and problem-solving, research consistently shows that diverse workforces perform better. But, for diversity to work, every employee must feel included. They need to have a seat at the table and know that they and their opinions matter.

So, how do you ensure that all employees—regardless of who they are—feel like they can be their true selves at work? In this course, we’ll first define what’s meant by diversity, inclusion, and belonging. You’ll then learn how to attract and retain diverse talent through belonging moments, allyship, and ongoing quantification.


Organization: RehabMart

This video series is show how to a Hoyer Patient Lift to transfer patients. It covers:

  1. How to choose the appropriate Sling for your Hoyer Patient Lift
  2. How to use a Hoyer Patient Lift to transfer a patient from their Wheelchair to a Bed
  3. How to use a Hoyer Patient Lift to transfer a patient from the Bed to their Wheelchair
  4. How to use a Hoyer Patient Lift to transfer a patient from the Ground to their Bed
  5. How to use a Hoyer Patient Lift to transfer a patient from the Ground to their Wheelchair
  6. Using a Hoyer Patient lift to transfer a patient from Wheelchair to Toilet

Duration: 15 minutes


Organization: Learnography

The Customer Service Standard sets out the requirements for providing customer service in ways that are accessible to people with disabilities.

Duration: 40 minutes


Organization: N2 Canada

This module helps healthcare professionals understand good document practices based on ALCOA-C. At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Review Source Data, Source Documents and Good Documentation Management
  • Review Case Report Forms (CRFs), Electronic Data Capture (EDCs) and Good Data Management
  • Review Internal Query Resolution Process

Duration: 20 minutes


Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences

The interactive eLearning modules were designed in response to a reported gap in health care practitioner knowledge regarding cannabis and older adults. An extensive literature review in conjunction with a needs assessment survey distributed by the Canadian Coalition for Seniors’ Mental Health to physicians, nurse practitioners, students, older adults and caregivers to older adults informed the content. This course aims to ensure that healthcare providers have access to up-to-date evidence-based information regarding cannabis and older adults.

These modules have been designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, other health care practitioners and healthcare students who want to know about cannabis and older adults.

Accreditation

  • This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 6.75 Mainpro+ credits.

Duration: 7 hours


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code yellow.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code white.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code silver.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code red.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code purple.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code orange.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code grey.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code green.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code brown.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code blue/pink.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code black.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the event of a code amber.

Duration:15 minutes


Organization: Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network)

This course is designed by Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network) for nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in critical care environments with mechanically ventilated patients, such as the intensive care unit or emergency department. This course should be completed on an annual basis to maintain competencies in the leading practices of organ and tissue donation.

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: College of Homeopaths of Ontario

The purpose of this program is to provide future registrants of the College of Homeopaths of Ontario with a deeper understanding of the requirements to practice in Ontario’s regulated health care environment. This includes a review of the laws, regulations and standards that relate to the practice of homeopathy in Ontario. This program is designed to ensure that homeopaths understand their legal responsibilities and how they affect day-to-day practice. This 18-unit learning module is supported by a handbook and a series of quizzes.

The multi-media interactive online learning program is comprised of 18 lessons and over 100 short multiple-choice questions.

Duration: 8 hours


Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences

This course is divided into 3 sections: Plain language, Teach-back, and Identifying reliable online resources.

Each section contains:

  • a pre-survey
  • an interactive module
  • a post-survey
  • a downloadable resource

Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences

The Memory and Aging Program is an evidence-based psycho-educational memory intervention program aimed at community-dwelling older adults experiencing normal age-related memory changes. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  1. describe what memory is, how it changes with age, and factors that can impact memory for the better or for the worse
  2. identify and implement changes in your lifestyle that can improve your memory
  3. learn and practice memory strategies to improve your ability to remember every day things such as names, location of items, and things you intend to do
  4. build confidence in your own memory ability


Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences

In this course, you'll:

  • Practice communicating with simulated stroke survivors
  • Explore common communication difficulties stroke survivors may face

Duration: 10 minutes


Organization: Rainbow Health Ontario

Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO), a program of Sherbourne Health, developed this seven-module course on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and Two-Spirit (2SLGBTQ) health for healthcare and social service providers. These modules will help build your foundational knowledge for providing care to 2SLGBTQ people.

This course’s goal is to heighten your comfort level and competency in providing high-quality inclusive, affirming, welcoming; culturally sensitive care. In the course you will build your understanding of important 2SLGBTQ terminology. You will also learn to understand the context of minority stress; health disparities faced by 2SLGBTQ people; improve your ability to provide comprehensive care for your service users from diverse 2SLGBTQ communities.

Each module will take about 30 minutes to complete. The module’s activities are designed to inspire critical thinking about the course principles so you can apply your knowledge and skills in your daily practice. Each module will guide you to explore key concepts such as: sex; gender; gender identity; gender expression; intersectionality; mental health and inclusive language.

Sherbourne Health and RHO thank the Online Learning Development Advisory Committee (OLDAC) for working with us to produce this course. The OLDAC team included physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, psychologists, 2SLGBTQ community members—all of whom provided invaluable feedback for the seven modules in this foundations course.

Accreditation

  • This program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 3.5 Mainpro-M1 credits.

Duration: 3:30 hours


Organization: Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network)

This course is designed by Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network) for nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in non-critical care environments, such as a medical or surgical unit. This course should be completed on an annual basis to maintain competencies in the leading practices of organ and tissue donation.

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network)

This course is designed by Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network) for nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in critical care environments, such as the intensive care unit or emergency department. This course should be completed as orientation to a critical care unit. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply the legislative requirements for donation in Ontario
  • Understand the clinical pathways for donation
  • Recognize donation opportunities in the critical care setting
  • Use leading practices to facilitate donation

Duration: 1 hour


Organization: Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network)

This course is designed by Ontario Health (Trillium Gift of Life Network) for nurses and other healthcare professionals who work in non-critical care environments, such as a medical or surgical unit. This orientation education should be completed by floors staff. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply the legislative requirements for donation in Ontario
  • Understand the clinical pathways for donation
  • Recognize donation opportunities
  • Use leading practices to facilitate donation

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development

This modules explains your rights and responsibilities on the job as a supervisor and tells you what Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) expects from you.

This module is divided into 5 sections:

  • Make a Difference
  • Lead the Way
  • The Supervisor's Tool Kit
  • You Are Not Alone
  • Be a Role Model

The training must be completed in one sitting in order to receive your certificate of completion. You will receive a "Proof of Completion" certificate once you complete the training. You must save and/or print the certificate before exiting the module and upload it to this system. The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development will not store your certificate, or keep a record of training. 

Duration: 1 hour


Organization: Action Cancer Ontario (Santé Ontario)

Ce module d’apprentissage en ligne est destiné aux fournisseurs de soins de santé, et vous aidera à vous informer sur :

  • Les bienfaits de l’arrêt du tabac pour les personnes atteintes de cancer
  • La façon d’offrir des interventions sur l’arrêt du tabac
  • Le franchissement des obstacles à l’arrêt du tabac

Durée : 30 minutes


Organization: Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development

This modules explains your rights and responsibilities on the job and tells you what Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) expects from your employer, your supervisor, and you. These are things you need to know and understand so that you can be safe at work today and every day.

This module is divided into 4 sections:

  • Get on Board
  • Get In The Know
  • Get Involved
  • Get More Help

The training must be completed in one sitting in order to receive your certificate of completion. You will receive a "Proof of Completion" certificate once you complete the training. You must save and/or print the certificate before exiting the module and upload it to this system. The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development will not store your certificate, or keep a record of training. 


Duration: 1 hour


Organization: Learnography

The Transportation Standard sets out the requirements that will prevent and remove barriers to make it easier for people to travel in Ontario.  This module reviews the AODA compliance requirements for Ontario transportation providers under the Transportation Standard.

Duration: 12 minutes


Organization: Learnography

The Employment Standard is designed to help employers make their workplaces more accessible to new and current employees with disabilities. This module reviews the AODA compliance requirements under the Employment Standard

Duration: 12 minutes


Organization: Learnography

The Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) sets out the requirements for three standards: Information and Communications, Employment, and Transportation. The IASR also outlines General Requirements, which are regulatory requirements that apply across each of these three AODA standards. This module reviews the General Requirements under the IASR.

Duration: 12 minutes


Organization: Learnography

The Information and Communications Standard helps people with disabilities access sources of information and communications that many of us rely on every day. This module reviews the AODA compliance requirements under the Information and Communications Standard.

Duration: 17 minutes


Organization: Learnography

The Public Spaces Standard sets requirement for specific features of our physical environment that will make it easier for people with disabilities to move through, use and enjoy what our communities have to offer.

Duration: 15 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course presents the different emergency codes existing in healthcare settings, the role and responsibilities of every members of the staff and the procedure to follow in the case of an emergency code.

Duration: 2:30


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

Health care organizations should be committed to a climate of mutual respect and a work environment that is free from violence, discrimination and harassment.

This online training will educate employees, contractors and volunteers alike about Section 32 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

As a healthcare professional working in Ontario, it is important that you have an understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). This module will review the OHSA with regards to workplace rights and responsibilities.

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This course is to familiarize you with the accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities act  (AODA) as well as with your responsibilities under the AODA.

Duration: 30 minutes


Organization: Dual Code Inc.

This interactive online course enables workers to work safely with hazardous materials using the WHMIS 2015 system

Duration: 20 minutes


Organization: Institut de la sante des femmes et des hommes

Ce module de formation de l'IRSC est destiné aux personnes effectuant des analyses de données secondaires. Suivez ce module si votre recherche comprend l’analyse biostatistique d’ensembles de données existants portant sur des sujets humains.

Durée : 45 minutes


Organization: Institut de la sante des femmes et des hommes

Ce module de formation de l'IRSC est destiné aux personnes effectuant des recherches cliniques. Suivez ce module si votre recherche consiste à recueillir des données primaires quantitatives ou qualitatives auprès de sujets humains.

Durée : 30 minutes


Organization: Institut de la sante des femmes et des hommes

Ce module de formation de l'IRSC est destiné aux personnes effectuant des recherches fondamentales. Suivez ce module si votre recherche comprend des expériences sur des cellules, des tissus, des animaux ou d’autres échantillons biologiques.

Durée : 45 minutes