The Evolution of Virtual Care
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The Evolution of Virtual Care Through the Stroke Continuum: Joint Webinar with Heart & Stroke and March of Dimes Canada



Stroke Month Webinar 2021 presented by Heart & Stroke and March of Dimes Canada for people with lived experience, care supporters, families, and friends of people with lived experience, and healthcare professionals

Date Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

Time 12:00 - 13:00 hr EDT

Hass Mawji - Volunteer, Person with lived experience, MODC client
Anita Mountain, MD, FRCPC  - Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Medical Lead Acquired Brain Injury Program, Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre Site
Michelle Nelson, MA; PhD - Principal Investigator; Collaboratory for Research and Innovation Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute; Sinai Health System Chief Knowledge Officer, March of Dimes Canada
Patrice Lindsay RN, PhD, FWSO - Director, Health Systems Change, Heart & Stroke, Canada
Christina Sperling, MScCH - National Director, Community Programs & After Stroke, March of Dimes Canada

Intended Audience: Health professionals across the continuum of care, people with lived experience of heart failure, family members, and care supporters of persons with lived experience. Heart & Stroke staff, members of the public, and system leaders may also find this webinar informative and helpful. All are welcome to join. This free event is an open invitation and may be forwarded to interested parties.

About this presentation: This webinar will provide an overview of the evolving integration of virtual care into the management of people with stroke across the continuum. It will provide practical strategies and guidance to health professionals and people with lived experience on how to effectively engage in healthcare visits delivered through virtual formats, as well as the limitations of virtual care and decision-making regarding the appropriate setting for care. Panel members will each share their experiences and perspectives on use of virtual care for people with stroke, followed by a panel question and answer session.

Learning Objectives:
  • Describe the current landscape and challenges in stroke care
  • Discuss opportunities in using virtual modalities (channels, methods) for stroke care across the continuum
  • Describe how community-based organizations pivoted services to virtual delivery as a result of COVID-19 and the lessons learned
  • Improve health outcomes through practical tips, tools, and implementation strategies

Language: This webinar is scheduled in English. If you are interested in announcements regarding our French language webinars, please join the mailing list at the bottom of this webpage.

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Please note that this webinar will be recorded and available for viewing on the Heart & Stroke YouTube Channel.

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