Network Seminar - June 22, 2011

Aura Hanna is a senior policy analyst at the Ontario Medical Association where she writes evidence-based health policy for the OMA. She is a cognitive psychologist by training, a former academic, and a former NASA post-doctoral fellow. Prior to her return to Canada from the US in 2006, she worked in the American juvenile justice system.

Network Seminar - June 22, 2011


Webcast: http://mediacast.ic.utoronto.ca/20110622-HSPRN/index.htm#

Over the past year or so, the Ontario Medical Association has published policies on patient-centered care and chronic disease management as well as a background paper on health literacy. These interrelated topics have implications for the health care system, for patients and for practicing physicians. In this talk, Aura Hanna will discuss the system barriers to patient-centered care, particularly integration, access and funding, and the implications for physicians and patients of good communication, shared decision-making, health literacy and chronic disease management.

Chronic Disease Management

Health Literacy

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