Thursday, April 5, 2012

OHA's The Knowledge Centre

The Knowledge Centre provides education, solutions and yes, information – but all with a timely and practical focus that helps you stay on top of the ever-changing realities of health care.
 

Toolkits

Professional Staff Credentialing

Provides practical guidance to assist hospitals in managing one of their most critical resources: Board-Appointed Professional Staff. This Toolkit provides several resources including FAQs, templates, and checklists. Buy Now

Guides

Suicide Risk Assessment

The first resource of its kind, this Guide will assist health care organizations with standardizing the process of high-quality suicide risk assessment using a framework and related tools. Now also available in French. Download Now

Guide to Good Governance, Second Edition  

Supports hospital boards and directors in fostering health care governance excellence and a culture of shared accountability. Buy Now

Surveys

2010/2011 Absence Survey

Examines findings of the 2010-2011 OHA Absence Survey. Illustrates information related to medical absence incidents, temporary transitional work programs, long-term disability and statistics related to WSIB claims. Buy Now

Webcasts

Building a High-Performing Board

Provide strategies and resources for recruiting board directors that possess the skills, knowledge and other attributes needed to effectively carry out board responsibilities. Buy Now

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

Learn what your hospital should be doing to meet the compliance requirements. Understand how to remove barriers and create an environment where people with disabilities can participate fully. Buy Now

Archived Webcast and Videoconferences

Improving Influenza Immunization Coverage

Learn how the critical incident reporting directive will further advance the quality and patient safety agenda in the province and how hospitals should prepare. 
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Quality Improvement Plans:
An Introduction to Year 2

Provides an opportunity to better understand how hospitals can leverage the Quality Improvement Plan to further improve the Emergency Department patient experience. View Now

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