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Dear Colleagues, Partners and OPHA Members,
The Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) is delighted to be accepting registration for its 2012 Annual OPHA Fall Forum. This year's one day forum will explore eHealth innovations in public health. It will provide a unique opportunity for public health and community health professionals to engage in dialogue, network and exchange ideas and thoughts on eHealth in public health in Ontario via panels and workshops. Please click here for a preliminary agenda.
Key topics include:
- Vision of eHealth in public health
- Data analytics including GIS application
- eHealth innovations in service delivery (immunization; on-line data entry; mobile technology)
- EHRs/EMRs in public health (implementation, issues and EHR demonstration from Algoma Public Health)
New speakers have been confirmed: Dr. Robin Williams (Associate Chief Medical Officer of Health, CMOH Office), R.Martino (Executive Director, MOHLTC), M. Casalino (EHealth Ontario), F.Ratchford (Canada Health Infoway), B.Forster(CEO, Ontario MD), S.Chebib(CEO, Nightingale), Dr. Pasut(Public Health Ontario), Ian McKillop(University of Waterloo) and more.
We are pleased to be collaborating with the following leading organizations to help bring you this event:
- The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
- Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health
- Public Health Ontario
- Region of Waterloo Public Health
- Algoma Public Health
- Toronto Public Health.
Our Platinum Sponsors include:
Come join us, your colleagues and peers on October 23, 2012 at the Chestnut Conference Center, Toronto for this exciting and unique event. Light breakfast and lunch will be served as part of your registration. here. Look at the new brochure here and . Note, OPHA members enjoy a discount -- if you wish to take advantage of this benefit and other benefits, you may register to become a member take advantage of the early bird prices until October 1st, 2012.
Ontario Public Health Association