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Virtual Infoway Partnership Series & Conference

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Open to Patient partners across Canada

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The Infoway Partnership Series takes place monthly plus the Infoway Partnership Conference on December 1. Each month you can join sessions to learn about Canada Health Infoway’s latest initiatives and health sector update and hear form a range of international leaders.

Infoway Partnership Series dates:
• May 18: Health Care Landscape
June 15: Improving Patient/Caregiver Digital Health Literacy
July 20: Partnering for Success
August 17: Improving the Clinician Experience
September 21: Fostering Innovative Digital Health Technologies in Canada
October 19: Safer Prescribing Practices + Medication Management

Infoway Partnership Conference date:
December 1 – 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET

Infoway Partnership Series includes monthly sessions from May to October 2021. Each month, you can join hour and half long sessions to learn about Canada Health Infoway’s latest initiatives and health sector updates – and hear from a wide range of national and international leaders and experts.

The Infoway Partnership Conference takes place on December 1, 2021 as part of Digital Health Week (November 29 – December 5, 2021).

Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, we are pleased to offer complimentary attendance to the Virtual Infoway Partnership Series and Conference.

For all updates and announcements on the Infoway Partnership Series and Conference, connect on LinkedIn, Facebook, and on Twitter by following @Infoway and #ThinkDigitalHealth.

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From Our Community

Karla Warkotsch

Patient Experience Consultant – Interior Health

Karla Warkotsch

The question I like to ask health care employees is ‘Who is this for?’ and ‘Do we have the right people at the table?’ As a health care employee, I see how easy it is to fall into doing for, rather than doing with patients. The voices of the patient, family and caregiver are essential to ensure the patient is central to the direction and focus of the work being done.