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A Culturally Responsive Approach in Chronic Disease Management


Dr. Susanne Nicolay

Clinical Coordinator & Nurse Lead, Wellness Wheel Clinic




Chickadee Maternity Collaborative – Team Integration

Dr. Magda Du Plessis

Chickadee Maternity Collaborative – Medical Director


Dawson Creek,


Responding to the Call:  Centering Indigenous Knowledge Systems to strengthen Comprehensive Primary Care.

Dr. Mandy Buss

University of Manitoba, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Assistant Professor- Indigenous Health Lead Family Medicine and UGME Indigenous Health Course Director



Optimizing Transgender Health Care through Peer Navigation within Multidisciplinary Primary Care Teams


Dr. Leane Pask

Saskatoon Community Clinic – Family Physician



Equity in Practice: integrating Cross Cultural Health Brokers to implement culturally safer equity-oriented primary care for immigrants and refugees in British Columbia


Dr. Mei-ling Wiedmeyer

Clinical Lead and Medical Director, Umbrella Multicultural Health Cooperative



The TEMPEH Project: Team care for routine Emergencies among People Experiencing Houselessness


Dr. Aaron Orkin

Inner City Health Associates – Director of Population Health Services



COACH COLLABO : Une intervention d’amélioration continue de la qualité pour accompagner des groupes de médecins de famille dans l’optimisation de la collaboration interprofessionnelle


Dr. Isabelle Gaboury

Université de Sherbrooke, professeure titulaire



Strengthening interprofessional collaboration for effective health promotion and education initiatives at Toronto Western Family Health Team

Dr. Catherine Ji

Toronto Western Family Health Team, Family Physician and Clinician-Researcher



First Steps Early Pregnancy Triage Clinic


Dr. Joanna Norman

Mighty Oak Midwifery Care, RMW, Founder, and Head of the Department of Midwifery, Royal Inland Hospital




Memory Care in Primary Care – An Interagency Memory Care Service within a Community-Based Family Health Team


Dr. David Carr

The Medical Centre FHO – Family Physician



Une équipe interdisciplinaire au service de la population orpheline

Dr. Maxine Dumas Pilon

Co-fondatrice Clinique Indigo, Médecin de famille.  Université McGill, prosseur adjoint




Primary Healthcare Team Expansion at The Alex

Dr. Kerri Treherne

The Alexandra Community Health Centre – Medical Director



Transforming support for isolated older adults through social prescribing within team-based primary care in Toronto, Ontario


Dr. Braden O’Neill

St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team

Toronto, ON

Community Outpatient Services

Dr. Tiffany Bursey

South Okanagan Similkameen Division of Family Practice

Bursey, BC


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Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

On Track: Supporting Interprofessional Team-Based Primary Care and Collaborative Leadership Through Training in a Student-Led Environment

University of Toronto

Paramedicine as a Component of Interprofessional Primary Care: Developing Comprehensive Education and its National Integration


University of Ottawa with the support of Dietitians of Canada and its network of Primary Health Care Dietitians

Innovative interprofessional educational toolkit featuring asynchronous virtual simulation-based learning modules for pre- and post-licensure dietitians to strengthen key practice competencies for team-based primary health care settings in Canada

Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto

Creating the Vision and Building Capacity for Social Work in Primary Care

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Developing a set of essential competencies and training programs for physiotherapists working in interprofessional primary care teams


Canadian Chiropractic Association and Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

All hands-on deck! Enhancing comprehensive primary care by integrating musculoskeletal care (chiropractic) on interprofessional teams – supporting education, competency attainment and optimizing integration

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

Strengthening the capacity of occupational therapy to practice in collaborative primary care teams

Indigenous Primary Health Care Council

Etuaptmumk (Two-eyed seeing) – Building equitable, integrated health care using the two-eyed seeing approach

Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists

Establishing a Post-Licensure Curriculum to Enhance Respiratory Therapists’ Roles on Interprofessional Collaborative Primary Care Teams

Nurse Practitioners Association of Ontario

The development of an educational curriculum focused on the primary care of individuals living in long term care for nurse practitioners

Speech-Language & Audiology Canada

Curricula to benefit patients with communication disorders in comprehensive interprofessional primary care (CIPC)