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Seniors Health Research Transfer Network Linking Caregivers, Researchers & Policy Makers Ontario Health KT Seniors Health Research Transfer Network Linking Caregivers, Researchers & Policy Makers Ontario Health KT Community of Practice Wednesday, June 15, 2006 Caroline Lonsdale caroline. [email protected] gov. on. ca 1

SHRTN Vision m Our Vision l The Seniors Health Research Transfer Network is the SHRTN Vision m Our Vision l The Seniors Health Research Transfer Network is the “place to go” in Ontario for the latest knowledge and best practices about seniors’ health and health care. 2

SHRTN Mission l To improve health and health care of seniors in Ontario by: SHRTN Mission l To improve health and health care of seniors in Ontario by: ¡ Facilitating knowledge exchange and dialogue between caregivers (formal and informal), researchers, and policy makers, ¡ Encouraging innovation and avoiding duplication, ¡ Supporting people within “Communities of Practice”. 3

SHRTN Goals m Short-Term: l m Medium-Term: l m Identify champions, provide tools and SHRTN Goals m Short-Term: l m Medium-Term: l m Identify champions, provide tools and opportunities for collaboration, develop relationships Translate and disseminate research and best practices in useful formats Long-term: l Improve the quality of health services for seniors in Ontario 4

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Latest additions December 9 - Call for Proposals m Community of Practice on Responsive Latest additions December 9 - Call for Proposals m Community of Practice on Responsive Behaviours m - Saint Elizabeth Health Care m PIECES-based learning module for family & Long Term Care physicians - Ontario College of Family Physicians / Alzheimer’s Society of Ontario 6

MOHLTC key themes ¦ Alzheimer’s /cognitive impairments ¦ Responsive (aka Aggressive/ Challenging) Behaviours ¦ MOHLTC key themes ¦ Alzheimer’s /cognitive impairments ¦ Responsive (aka Aggressive/ Challenging) Behaviours ¦ End of Life Care/Pain & symptom management ¦ Activity & Aging/ Falls prevention ¦ Dignity & Respect (abuse, restraint reduction) ¦ Medication management/safety 7

Web-based access to journals & summaries & knowledge broker & link with local colleges Web-based access to journals & summaries & knowledge broker & link with local colleges MOHLTC Élisabeth Bruyère Research Institute for Aging Nursing BPG Regional Coordinators Aphasia Institute Pictographic LTC Resident Bill of Rights Public-Facing Website Seniors Health Research Transfer Network Implementation Team PIECESbased learning for physicians Baycrest LTC Medication Management tools Baycrest Online Dementia Caregivers OSS Future involvement other organizations Communities of practice Seniors with Responsive Behaviours Co. P Alzheimers Knowledge Exchange 8

05/06 SHRTN Deliverables m Élisabeth l l Bruyère Research Institute Algonquin College & La 05/06 SHRTN Deliverables m Élisabeth l l Bruyère Research Institute Algonquin College & La Cite – more placements, collaborate on learning modules. “How to mentor” training sessions. 2 Making the Connection Days in Ottawa (includes Baycrest & Aphasia content) Half time librarian for workshops & reference in Eastern Ontario Ottawa Decision Aid on influenza vaccine l l m Collaborative l l l (EBRI & RIA): Access to librarian in Waterloo & Ottawa for the LTC and community sector. Provincial Advisory engagement sessions Support 3 Communities of Practice (Activity and Aging, End of life and Decision aids) at least 2 outreach training days (“finding the evidence”, disseminating Baycrest & Aphasia findings). up to 6 Summary Notes – topics set by compliance advisors evaluation framework (including baseline measurement) m Research l Institute for Aging Post diploma program in recreation for older adults (Conestoga & Mohawk Colleges) Certificate programs on aggressive/ challenging behaviours, restorative care dementia care. Host learning events and assess their impact (including Baycrest & Aphasia) Applying BPGs in aggressive/ challenging behaviours, restorative care dementia care in Winston/Oakwood, Shalom Village Evaluate physical activity and exercise programs & develop a KT plan for LTC and Community care settings. m Baycrest l l Translate medication management decision aid for LTC physicians & disseminate (through events hosted by EBRI & RIA) Web-based intervention for dementia care givers in Ottawa & Thunder Bay m Aphasia l l Institute Updated website with new content for care providers and Aphasia clients Bill of Rights pictograph in every LTC Home in Ontario & training in supported conversation (hosted by EBRI & RIA) 9

SHRTN Initiatives Knowledge Accessibility Interactive Engagement & Communities of Practice Translation of Knowledge into SHRTN Initiatives Knowledge Accessibility Interactive Engagement & Communities of Practice Translation of Knowledge into Practice Relevant Information Processes • Opportunities for interaction • Improved access to information / resources • Relevant & applicable training • Improved care in LTC homes and communities • Broader dissemination of knowledge • New information & knowledge translation tools • Exchange of tacit & explicit knowledge • Improved dissemination & use of resources • Network identity • Increased knowledge/skill in frontline staff • Collaboration valued • Better understanding of best practices • Sustained commitment • Evidence-based care Improved quality of health & health care for seniors 10

Knowledge Accessibility Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Project Knowledge Accessibility Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Project – Poster & Face-to. Face Training Medication Management Decision Tool for LTC Physicians Seniors Health Library Service Summary Notes Community College Learning Resources Flu Vaccine Decision Aid Library Services Initiatives Web-Based Education for Dementia Caregivers Continuing Professional Development Physical Activity • Opportunities for interaction • Improved access to information / resources • Relevant & applicable training • Improved care in LTC homes and communities • Broader dissemination of knowledge • New information & knowledge translation tools • Exchange of tacit & explicit knowledge • Improved dissemination & use of resources • Network identity • Increased knowledge/skill in frontline staff • Collaboration valued • Better understanding of best practices • Sustained commitment • Evidence-based care Improved quality of health & health care for seniors 11

Interactive Engagement & Communities of Practice Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Interactive Engagement & Communities of Practice Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Project – Poster & Face-to. Face Training Medication Management Decision Tool for LTC Physicians Policy-Maker, Researcher & Caregiver Networking in Eastern Ontario Summary Notes Library Services Community College Learning Resources Communication, Consultation & Outreach Continuing Professional Development Web-Based Education for Dementia Caregivers Communities of Practice Application of Best Practice Guidelines • Opportunities for interaction • Improved access to information / resources • Relevant & applicable training • Improved care in LTC homes and communities • Broader dissemination of knowledge • New information & knowledge translation tools • Exchange of tacit & explicit knowledge • Improved dissemination & use of resources • Network identity • Increased knowledge/skill in frontline staff • Collaboration valued • Better understanding of best practices • Sustained commitment • Evidence-based care Improved quality of health & health care for seniors 12

Translation of Knowledge into Practice Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill Translation of Knowledge into Practice Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Project – Poster & Face-to. Face Training Medication Management Decision Tool for LTC Physicians Post-Professional Development Summary Notes Community College Learning Resources Web-Based Education for Dementia Caregivers Flu Vaccine Decision Aid Library Services Communities of Practice Continuing Professional Development Application of Best Practice Guidelines • Opportunities for interaction • Improved access to information / resources • Relevant & applicable training • Improved care in LTC homes and communities • Broader dissemination of knowledge • New information & knowledge translation tools • Exchange of tacit & explicit knowledge • Improved dissemination & use of resources • Network identity • Increased knowledge/skill in frontline staff • Collaboration valued • Better understanding of best practices • Sustained commitment • Evidence-based care Improved quality of health & health care for seniors 13

Relevant Information Processes Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Relevant Information Processes Aphasia Institute Baycrest ÉBRI Shared RIA Communicatively Accessible Bill of Rights Project – Website Poster & Training Web-Based Education for Dementia Caregivers Flu Vaccine Decision Aid Summary Notes Application of Best Practice Guidelines Library Services • Opportunities for interaction • Improved access to information / resources • Relevant & applicable training • Improved care in LTC homes and communities • Broader dissemination of knowledge • New information & knowledge translation tools • Exchange of tacit & explicit knowledge • Improved dissemination & use of resources • Network identity • Increased knowledge/skill in frontline staff • Collaboration valued • Better understanding of best practices • Sustained commitment • Evidence-based care Improved quality of health & health care for seniors 14

From Projects to Communities of Practice We are now going to turn our attention From Projects to Communities of Practice We are now going to turn our attention away from the specific initiatives and projects that SHRTN has been based on… …and toward the communities of formal and informal caregivers, researchers, and policy makers who will bring SHRTN to life. 15

From the SHRTN Glossary on the website m According to Etienne Wenger “Communities of From the SHRTN Glossary on the website m According to Etienne Wenger “Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. ” 1 SHRTN hopes to facilitate the development of these communities within and between the various groups. Wenger, Ettienne. (2005). Definitions. Etienne Wenger Website. Retrieved October 28, 2005 from: http: //www. ewenger. com/theory/index. htm 1 16

Alzheimer’s Knowledge Exchange (AKE) m m m m Ontario’s Alzheimer’s Strategy (1999 -2004) Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s Knowledge Exchange (AKE) m m m m Ontario’s Alzheimer’s Strategy (1999 -2004) Alzheimer’s Resource Clearinghouse (innovations in practice) Physician education working group Knowledge broker Katherine Mac. Donald Supporting Dementia Networks, Psychogeriatric Resource Consultants, Public Education Coordinators Face to face and web-based support www. alzheimerontario. org 17

By building community, SHRTN builds capacity SHRTN supports the success of communities of practice By building community, SHRTN builds capacity SHRTN supports the success of communities of practice by: m Providing them resources e. g. web-based collaborative technologies through e. Health portal – Plumtree, Breeze m Bringing Communities of Practice together into a larger, more inclusive network, and providing overall coordination 18

Visit the NEW Website www. SHRTN. on. ca For more information on SHRTN: MOHLTC Visit the NEW Website www. SHRTN. on. ca For more information on SHRTN: MOHLTC Contact Susan Furino susan. [email protected] gov. on. ca EBRI Deirdre Luesby [email protected] on. ca AKE Katherine Mac. Donald [email protected] org Saint Elizabeth Health Care [email protected] com 19