Last chance to register for AMHO's Leadership Forum and Communities of Practice

Don't miss your last chance to register for the Addictions & Mental Health Ontario (AMHO) Leadership Forum and Community of Practice Meetings!

Registration closes November 12.

AMHO's Leadership Forum attracts CEO's and ED's from across the province to focus on how we can shape the new healthcare agenda and ensure mental health and addiction are part of the the solution. View the Leadership Forum Agenda

Schedule of events

Monday, November 18

  • Leadership Forum for CEOs and EDs (full-day) with remarks by Deputy Premier and Minister of Health Christine Elliott and Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Michael Tibollo
    AMHO's Community of Practice meetings provide an opportunity for executive directors, clinical directors and program directors to meet to discuss and share information around innovative program delivery, challenges in program delivery, current trends, issues and much more. View the agendas below.

Tuesday, November 19

  • Residential treatment CoP agenda
  • Community treatment CoP agenda
  • Withdrawal management services CoP agenda
  • Supportive housing CoP agenda
  • Youth services CoP agenda

Don't wait. Registration closes tomorrow Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
Learn more and register now!

Still time to sign up for the FREE Foundations to Quality Improvement Training

Are you front line staff such as clinical, support, and administrative staff/volunteers working in Ontario’s community mental health and addiction sector? If you would like to participate in QI projects and consider yourself novice or in need of a refresh then sign up for this FREE one-day training session.

This training takes place concurrently with the Addictions & Mental Health Leadership Forum.

Pack your curiosity and enthusiasm as we walk through the Model for Improvement using a combination of theory, group work and videos!

Learning objectives

The program aims to produce effective, QI project team members and promotes a common QI language. Terminology, tools (e.g. Fishbone Diagram, Measurement Plan, PDSA worksheets) and methods taught are based on the Model for Improvement. Participants are encouraged to work on a quality issue relevant to their home agency throughout group exercises to promote applicability of learnings following the session.

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