INSPIRE PHC - Primary Health CAre Program:INnovations Strengthening PrImary Healthcare REsearch
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Trillium PHC Research Day

Research Rounds

Patient Engagement

Tutor-PHC

Network

Dr. Clare Liddy and co-lead Dr. Erin Keely received funding from the MOHLTC to establish the Ontario eConsult Centre of Excellence. They will lead the provincial implementation of a blended eConsult service –bringing together Champlain BASETM eConsult with the OTN direct to specialist eConsult (Ontario eConsult program). Over the next two years, they will work with regions to establish regional managed eConsult service in addition to a full slate of specialty services for the whole province. The OSSU, through the INSPIRE-PHC Program, aided in supporting the research that led to this exciting, integrated service. A great example of primary and specialty care working together to benefit the patient.

 

 

 

 



INSPIRE-PHC is an overarching program focused on Primary Health Care including a RESEARCH component,
a SUPPORT component and a NETWORK component to serve the primary health care research community.

INSPIRE - PHC

Click here for more information on Reseach
   

INSPIRE-PHC team members have received funding for PHC research from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (MOHLTC) of Ontario through the Health System Research Fund

Apr 2013- Mar 2016
Apr 2016 - Present
 



Click here for more information on the INSPIRE-PHC Support (OSSU)
   
INSPIRE-PHC is one of the
12 OSSU Research Centres. Our program focuses on:
Patient Engagement
Resource/Consultation
Knowledge Translation
and Exchange (KTE)
Capacity Building
Research Consultation

 

Click here for more information on the INSPIRE-PHC Network
   

The INSPIRE-PHC network consists of over 125 Ontario Primary Care (PHC) researchers and decisionPHC related researchers, clinician-scientists and policymakers

. Goal to build awareness and share information among the Ontario PHC Reseach community

List of linked resources shared with Network available

Click here for more information on Patient Engagment
   

Promotes and supports the meaningful and appropriate engagement of patients in primary health care research in Ontario

Provides information, resources and methods support

 

If you have any questions regarding any of the above facets of the INSPIRE-PHC Program, please contact Leslie.Meredith@schulich.uwo.ca