The majority of Canadians do not understand how their provincial health care systems work—until there is a health emergency and they need to quickly access care and services. They also believe that the government will subsidize all their health care costs as they age, something no government can afford to do. In this three-part session we will review Canada’s health care system, the long term care system or care continuum, and the roles that health care professionals play in delivering care to ageing Canadians. A wide range of resources is included for ongoing reference and learning. This session will benefit you, your family, and your clients.
The course was revised and updated in 2022.
In addition to the above, what else will you learn about?
The Canada Health Act
The role of governments in health care subsidization
Hallway medicine/ALC patients
Advance care planning
Long-term care and COVID-19
The price of public health care/what we pay
What you/your clients need to know
How you can help your clients/families
How medical professionals care for ageing Canadians
Training 2 or more people?
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