“Bridging the Primary Secondary Care Interface”
A course for Health Care professionals
The Arthritis Alliance of Canada has developed the Models of Care Programme (MOC) for inflammatory arthritis to improve the quality of care for patients with musculoskeletal diseases. Models of Care aims to examine the complete patient journey and explore ways to use limited resources to provide the best care
The ORA Models of Care Initiative provides a detailed description of why the MOC programme is important to patients with musculoskeletal disease and the healthcare community.
The Toolkit is intended to be an educational tool and a useful resource for care providers, patients and other stakeholders. Here you will find a vast array of resources to improve patient care.
Still not sure you want to attend our annual course? Watch this and then book your place!
This fall we will be running the program again
Our MOC programme aims to:
- Bridge the primary-secondary care interface.
- Improve the journey of the patient with rheumatic disease.
- Use limited resources wisely and appropriately.
- Ensure patients are seem by the right person at the right time in the right place.
(Monthly sessions beginning in September 2016)
- A series of 4 evening teaching sessions to be held at 190 Wellington Street (3rd floor) Kingston from September to December
- Each session to last 90 minutes
- Covering inflammatory and crystal arthopathies, investigations, physical examination
- Sessions led by Dr Henry Averns with Arthritis Society therapists contributing
- Approx 12 participants
- Members of the Primary Healthcare Team
- Other Health Care Professionals
There is no cost to this course. A maximum of 12 delegates are invited and the only request is an agreement to attend all four sessions
NB: IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY IN THE KINGSTON AREA AND ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING PART IN THE PROGRAM, PLEASE CONTACT ME THROUGH THIS WEBSITE.