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      • Practice Facilitator Training October 30, November 19 & 20, 2019 (formerly Improvement Facilitator Training) - Edmonton | Session Full
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      • Practice Facilitator Training October 30, November 19 & 20, 2019 (formerly Improvement Facilitator Training) - Edmonton | Session Full

Practice Facilitator Training October 30, November 19 & 20, 2019 (formerly Improvement Facilitator Training) - Edmonton | Session Full

Online Registration - Session Full

If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please click the link and you will be able to add yourself.

What is it?

A Practice Facilitator (PF) plays a key complementary role in supporting clinic teams in their transformation to Patient’s Medical Homes.  PFs guide and support member clinics as they take incremental steps toward sustainable process improvement. PF training provides participants with practical skills and knowledge, including: the Patient’s Medical Home (PMH) approach, quality improvement (QI) tools, facilitation skills, administering the PMH assessment, and much more. PFs are also trained in facilitating ‘change packages’, such as Opioid Process Improvement, Patient’s Collaborating with Teams (Care Planning), Continuity, Alberta Screening and Prevention (ASaP & ASaP+), and more.   

Who Should Attend?

PCN staff designated to fulfill the Practice Facilitator role. 
*Note: Training is open to clinic staff; however, ideally the participant should be facilitating multiple clinics.  

More Details

Training sessions are comprised of 1 Day followed by 2 Days.
  • Session 1 - Wednesday, October 30
  • Session 2 - Tuesday, November 19 & Wednesday, November 20
PF training is practical in nature; therefore, participants are asked to engage with a clinic team whom they will work with on a specific change package during the training. 
  • Participants will be expected to complete assigned pre-work
  • Participants will be expected to complete homework between Sessions 1 & 2
  • Following training, participants will be invited to join a provincial community of practice for PFs 

Facilitated by AMA ACTT (Alberta Medical Association Accelerating Change Transformation Team).