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St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto

Academic Achievement and Events

St. Joseph’s Health Centre provides a wide range of ongoing education activities and events for employees/physicians. There are a large number of rounds, inservice education sessions and training programs that run on site. Some examples of regularly schedules events include:

SJHC’s 61st Annual Clinical Day (November 4, 2016)

View the Clinical Day page for details.

Academic Achievement Day

View the Academic Achievement Day page for details.

Seniors’ Health Day

View the Seniors’ Health Day page for details.

Art & Science of Cardiac Physical Examination

View the The Art & Science of Cardiac Physical Examination page for details.

Bugs & Drugs Day

Bugs & Drugs returns on October 5, 2016!
View the Bugs & Drugs page for details

Interprofessional Education Week

This week recognizes the interprofessional learning and collaboration at St. Joseph’s and highlights our Vision to be Canada’s Best Community Teaching Hospital. The fair provides an opportunity for the Health Centre’s nurses, doctors, staff and students to share and sharpen their skills in a hands-on way while showcasing the groundbreaking interprofessional work being done at St. Joe’s.

8th Annual Cardiovascular Update

The Cardiovascular Update will return to SJHC on Wednesday February 25, 2015 thanks to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from participants. This morning session is geared toward updating family medicine physicians and primary care practitioners in specific areas of cardiovascular health. Presentations are given by SJHC staff cardiologists. Stay tuned for more information.

Recognition & Treatment of Opioid Dependency Workshop

Back By Popular Demand! This fittingly interactive workshop is geared toward family medicine physicians and provides the skills to recognize opioid dependency. Specific treatment protocols and long-term maintenance strategies are also discussed. This workshop will be held again in the fall of 2014. Stay tuned for more information.

The Preceptorship/Mentorship Workshop

This quarterly workshop is a faculty development opportunity for employees who will be working with students and/or new team members. It is interactive and experiential – addressing key information about: the preceptor/mentor experience, learning styles/principles/theories, communication & conflict management, fair evaluation and learning plans.

New Employee Orientation

St. Joseph’s Health Centre provides an orientation which consists of 3 phases.

A one day new employee orientation is run for all newly hired employees.

All newly hired clinical staff members then proceed to a one day interprofessional orientation. This day is a uniquely designed, interactive forum for clinicians to learn with, from and about each other. The following quote is from one of our attendees illustrates the collaborative spirit of the day.

“Some things I’ve learned from Interprofessional Education:

  • Reinforcing the differences within working professionals; clarifying roles
  • Communication, communication, communication
  • Becoming familiar with hospital disciplines and resources, e.g. Addictions consults, Interpreter Services, SJNet, etc.
  • Case Scenarios: brings different schools of thought together and perspectives; prepares us to make less mistakes and equips us to live out St. Joseph’s mission/values day-to-day

All newly hired nurses then proceed to a three day nursing orientation, which is followed by program or unit specific orientation.

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