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​     Becoming Part of a Community of Practice

One of the objectives of the TEACH Project is to develop and maintain sustainable knowledge transfer and exchange among professionals in direct clinical practice. Participants who fulfill the TEACH Project requirements become part of a provincial Community of Practice group, and will have the opportunity to participate in our bi-monthly CoP videoconferences, receive regular updates, and network with colleagues who are also engaged in cessation counselling. There is also a CoP Listserv for practitioners who complete our Core Course. Please email teach@camh.net for details.

Spea​ker Series

Please Note: The dates and time of our Community of Practice Speakers’ Series have changed for Spring 2011

Thursday, April 28/ 2011 : 1pm- 2pm
Facilitator: Jennifer Mitton, RN PhD
Topic: Implementing Hospital- Wide Clinical Best Practices in Smoking Cessation: The Role of Hamilton Public Health Services 

If joining by webcast, please use
http://mediasite.otn.ca/mediasite41/Viewer/?peid=a057a6b547ae44f493cceae38cc31a811d
for access. Make sure you test your browser before the event happens. On the day of the event, April 28, 2011, please search for event # 15311193

Presentation slides: Download

To register click here: Apply 

For the April 28th CoP Agenda and Articles, please click here: TEACH COP Agenda