Practice Facilitator Core Training: Self-Directed

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What's New

The training has been refreshed to include more online training courses to support self-paced learning and increase knowledge.

Who should take this training?

  • Individuals who do not directly facilitate quality improvement with clinic teams.
  • Individuals who’ve taken this training before and want a refresher.

There is no cost to take the Practice Facilitator Core Training.

Learning Objectives

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

  • Explain the context of primary care in Alberta, including clinics, Primary Care Networks and provincial structures.
  • Describe essential concepts and evidence for health system transformation including Patient’s Medical Home, Health Neighbourhood, Change Agents, Panel, Continuity and ACTT Change Packages.
  • Discuss the ACTT Sequence to Achieve Change with clinic teams to support their Patient’s Medical Home process improvements and to build their internal capacity for continuous quality improvement.
  • Describe how data, measurement and quality improvement tools can be used to help clinic teams to sustain, spread and scale successful process improvements.
  • Recognize change management principles and approaches to develop strategies for engagement that meet clinic teams where they are at.
  • Identify facilitation tools and techniques to contribute structure and process to team interactions, allowing them to function effectively and meet their goals.


Estimated Completion Time

14 hours

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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