Alberta Primary Care Explained Training

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Who should take this training?

It's for everyone working in primary care in Alberta. You too can be a change agent.
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Estimated completion time

1.75 hours

Learning objectives

By the end of this curriculum, learners will be able to:

  • Explain the concepts of and evidence for the Patient's Medical Home and Health Neighbourhood. 
  • Describe the role primary care and Primary Care Networks play in the healthcare system and its transformation.  
  • Explain how and why change agents need to work together to achieve system transformation.  

How to Enrol

Learners require a Learn@AMA account to access the curriculum. It's available on-demand which means you can complete it at your own pace, and revisit content anytime.

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About Learn@AMA

What is Learn@AMA?

Learn@AMA is Alberta Medical Association's online learning platform, where physicians, clinic staff, and team members across Alberta can access free, on-demand training for relevant health care and system transformation topics. On the Learn@AMA platform, you can sign up for courses, access resources and tools, and connect with colleagues through discussion boards.

Who is Learn@AMA for?

Alberta physicians, clinic teams, and Primary Care Networks can register for Learn@AMA to access free training tailored to their roles.

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