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2020/21 annual report now available

Date: June 9, 2021 Author: gtarehab Categories: News 2021 | Spotlight 1

The Network is pleased to share its 2020/21 annual report, Adapting. Responding. Supporting. Rehabilitative care in the pandemic. The pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for health care. The 2020/21 annual report describes how the Network has helped members respond to the rapidly changing demands on the health care system and evolving evidence on the rehabilitative care needs of people with COVID-19. Thank you to all our members for your ongoing support and participation...

Network hosts webinar on virtual rehab

Date: December 1, 2020 Author: gtarehab Categories: News 2020 | Spotlight 1

On November 30th, Toronto Rehab/University Health Network gave a presentation on its newly developed resource - The Toronto Rehab Telerehabilitation Toolkit for Outpatient Rehabilitation Programs. Over 200 registered for the webinar from Ontario and other provinces as well (Alberta and Quebec). The presentation was well received with many thoughtful questions and positive comments sent in by attendees. Key learnings from the webinar included information on: Understanding the steps taken...

Population-specific rehab guides support OHTs

Date: November 11, 2020 Author: gtarehab Categories: News 2020 | Spotlight 1

The Network’s new population-specific rehab guides are designed to assist Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) in planning and providing rehabilitative care for frail seniors, patients with congestive heart failure and patients with COPD. The brief guides provide evidence-based information on how rehab can help to achieve positive patient outcomes for individuals in primary care, hospital or at home. They also outline rehab considerations for these populations in the context of COVID-19, as well as...

Report looks at transitional care models in GTA

Date: November 11, 2020 Author: gtarehab Categories: News 2020 | Spotlight 1

The Network recently completed an environmental scan of short-term transitional care models (STTCMs) in the GTA. The report provides an overview of how rehabilitative care is integrated within these emerging models in order to help providers better understand the role of STTCMs within rehabilitative care. STTCMs were established to provide temporary care and accommodation outside hospitals for ALC patients while they await discharge home or to long-term care. The scan reviews 13 STTCM...

Hip fracture report shows improvements across GTA

Date: November 11, 2020 Author: gtarehab Categories: News 2020 | Spotlight 1

The Network’s analysis of 2019/20 hip fracture data shows participating acute care and rehab hospitals are steadily improving on key indicators of best practice rehabilitative care. The trends are highlighted in the Network’s 2019/20 hip fracture report. The reports, which are issued quarterly with a final year-end summary, allow participating members to measure their performance against best practices and other organizations. Members also use the analysis to inform quality improvement...

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