This year, we kick off each day of the conference with a dynamic set of thematic e-poster presentations on virtual care and mental health. Both sessions feature five back-to-back digital presentations that highlight a project or case study that informs on key findings and lessons learned.
Optimizing the Virtual Care Experience
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
10:00 – 10:30 a.m. EDT
Moderator: Carina Andreatta, St. Joe’s Hamilton
EP1-1 Virtual care: A roadmap for implementation
This project will provide organizations with an implementation toolkit to support high quality, equitable access to virtual specialized care.
Eva Serhal, Senior Director, Virtual Mental Health & Outreach, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
EP1-2 Rural Outreach and Support by e-Health (ROSe)
An innovative, virtual critical care support and teaching platform, ROSe can virtually support community physicians and improve patient outcomes, while optimizing local resources and reducing costs.
Don Burke, SEVAS
EP1-3 Co-creating a pan-Canadian framework for digital health evaluation
A pan-Canadian framework for evaluating the impact of digital health on Quadruple Aims across provinces was developed collaboratively.
Janette Brual, Women’s College Hospital Institute for Health System Solutions & Virtual Care
EP1-4 Virtual care: A design research discovery and strategic futures model
A double diamond strategic futures design study exploring the virtual care experiences of patients and primary care providers.
Melissa Frew, Healthcare Human Factors
EP1-5 Improving Indigenous peoples’ health using digital health technologies
Digital health technologies are bridging the gaps in Indigenous peoples’ access to healthcare, but little is known about their experiences.
Nadia Green, PhD Student, University of Alberta
Digital Supporting Mental Health
Thursday, June 2, 2022
10:00 – 10:30 a.m. EDT
Moderator: Chris Carvalho, Carveira Group
EP2-1 Spotlight on athletes' mental health: How technology can support
2021 put a spotlight on athletes’ mental health. Learn critical success factors for implementing support with technology.
Danielle Dube, Member, Vancouver Canucks Alumni and Health & Wellness Committee
EP2-2 Developing implementation outcomes for a virtual mental health capacity-building program
Proctor’s implementation outcomes were used to evaluate a mental health-focused, capacity-building program.
Cheryl Pereira, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
EP2-3 Data and technology driven mental healthcare: A nursing engagement strategy
A nursing engagement strategy used to facilitate data driven mental healthcare through and with technology.
Gillian Strudwick, Chief Clinical Informatics Officer & Scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
EP2-4 Health and long-term care nurses’ technology adoption: A Delphi study
Increased workload, limited training sessions, technology skills to support data integration, and nurses’ work efficiency are key factors.
Hamidreza Kavandi, PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa
EP2-5 The journey towards on-demand mental health service delivery
The implementation of Zoom Phone as a solution to optimize the service delivery of a mental health consultation service.
Mehreen Poonja, Clinical Leader, Office of Virtual Health, Provincial Health Services Authority