ONIG Education Day - June 13th, St. Joseph's Health Care London

Monday, June 13, 2011 (All day)

Registration for the June 13th Education Day is open.  Please click here to begin the registration process

**Registration closes June 9th at 23:59 EST for in-person attendance.  Webcast and OTN registration will remain open**

Download PDF agenda (includes map of SJHC London)


Theme: “READY, SET……CI”: (The Formation of a Clinical Informatics Department)

Date: June 13th, 2011

Time: 0800-1500

Location: St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Lorraine Ivey Shuttleworth Auditorium, 268 Grosvenor Street, London, ON
 

Agenda:

0800-0830    Registration/Breakfast

0830-0845    Opening Remarks. Marg McCormack, ONIG President


0845-0900    Welcome, Glen Kearns, Integrated Vice President and CIO
Diagnostic Services and Information Technology Services

0900-0945    The Journey – The Road to Informatics
Sandy Jansen, City-Wide Director, Clinical Informatics, Clinical Systems & Regional Shared Servic
es

In this presentation Sandy explains the process of establishing a Department of Clinical Informatics from dream to reality.

0945- 1015    Knowing Where the Bugs Are! undefined Communicating Infection Control Information
Shari O’Keeffe, Clinical Informatics Specialist & Barb Nancekivell, Infection Control Practitioner

In this presentation we will review how we've harnessed the electronic health record (EHR) in the London Region to improve the flow of information to staff on patient infection control. The EHR provides an opportunity to share information on this key health parameter to a widely distributed circle of care in a timely manner.

1015-1045    Coffee and Networking Break

1045-1130   Building Health 2.0:  What will it take?
Kamini Kalia, Clinical Nurse Specialist

This presentation will review current social media examples that have enabled client engagement, team collaboration and the seamless integration of evidence into practice.  A discussion regarding a collective future vision will take place to enable participants to consider their role in building health 2.0.

1130-1200    Clinical Informatics……on the Move
Cathy Barran, Clinical Informatics Learning Specialist

A 2011 winning implementation team includes: Nurses, Clinical Informatics, Clinical Support Services, Information Technology Services, Biomedical Engineering, Facilities and Planning and Network Telecom Services all working together. What do wireless IP phones, televisions, call bells, code blue alerts, WOW's, program transfers and football fields have in common - an ever changing implementation that puts new technology in the hands of our clinical staff.

1200-1300    Lunch and Networking

1300-1345    Slide at Your Own Risk
Janet DeCloet, Clinical Informatics Learning Specialist

Have you ever attended a presentation where the PowerPoint slides fell flat? Learn the tips and tricks for designing attention-getting presentations in PowerPoint 2010 and learn to avoid common PowerPoint mistakes.

1345-1430    Informatics:  A Physician’s Perspective
Dr. Tom Janzen

This presentation will focus on the impact of deployment of enabling technology on the life of a hospital based physician. The challenges and rewards of using computer technology to enhance the outcomes for patients we treat.  He will address some of the more advanced clinical systems such as order set standardization, CPOE and clinical documentation including synoptic capture of data elements during the course of an interaction with a patient.

1430  Closing Remarks. Sandy Jansen, City-Wide Director, Clinical Informatics, Clinical Systems & Regional Shared Services
 

 

Day-of Details & Registration:

** Agenda will be updated before conference. **
Education Day Registration Fee:  Members  $25.00; Non Members  $30.00

Breakfast and Lunch available

Registration:
•    Attend in person:  Register at: www.onig.on.ca by Thursday, June 9, 2011.
•    Attend via OTN (free - 15 spots available): Register at www.onig.on.ca (1 person per facility).   Deborah Haggman, Education Officer will confirm your registration and send you the OTN Link.  Your site OTN contact will be able to subsequently register with OTN.
•    Attend via free web casting:  Register at www.onig.on.ca) Deborah Haggman, Education Officer will confirm your registration and  send you the web cast link.
•    For Other details visit our ONIG website:  www.onig.on.ca

Hotel Recommendations:
Residence Inn by Marriott London, Ontario
www.marriottresidenceinnlondon.com - (519) 433-7222
A block of rooms have been reserved under ONIG - $109 per night until May 31

Windermere Manor
www.windermeremanor.com - (519) 858-1414

StationPark All Suite Hotel
www.stationparkinn.ca - (519) 642-4444

***The Education Day will be held in the Lorraine Ivey Shuttleworth Auditorium at St. Joseph’s Health Care, London. (268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario N6A 4V2). The main entrance of the hospital is located on Grosvenor Street with parking available in the parking garage across from the hospital.***


DIRECTIONS TO ST. JOSEPH'S HEALTH CARE, LONDON

268 Grosvenor Street
London, Ontario, N6A 4V2
519-646-6100
St. Joseph's Health Care, London is located on the northeast corner of Richmond and Grosvenor Streets in London, Ontario.
Directions
If coming East on 401 (Windsor/Chatham and surrounding areas):
•    Take the Wellington Road exit off of Highway 401.
•    Drive north on Wellington Rd. until it ends (this will take you through downtown London).
•    Turn left at Pall Mall Street.
•    Turn right at Richmond Street.
•    The third set of stop lights is Cheapside Street - turn right.
•    Cheapside Street Parking Garage is on your right. To enter, drive around the turning circle and access ticket dispenser.

If coming West on 401 (Kitchener/Woodstock and surrounding areas):
•    Take the Highbury Ave. exit off the 401.
•    Go north on Highbury Ave.
•    Watch for the lights at Oxford Street - turn left.
•    Go down Oxford Street until you reach Richmond Street - turn right.
•    The second set of lights you come to is Cheapside Street - turn right.
•    Cheapside Street Parking Garage is on your right. To enter, drive around the turning circle and access ticket dispenser.

If coming from Northwestern Ontario (Sarnia and surrounding areas):
•    Take Highway 402 to Highway 401; travel eastbound on 401.
•    Take the Wellington Road exit off of Highway 401.
•    Drive north on Wellington Rd. until it ends (this will take you through downtown London).
•    Turn left at Pall Mall Street.
•    Turn right at Richmond Street.
•    The second set of lights you come to is Cheapside Street - turn right.
•    Cheapside Street Parking Garage is on your right. To enter, drive around the turning circle and access ticket dispenser.

If coming from Northeastern Ontario (Stratford and surrounding areas):
•    Take Highway 7 to Highway 4.
•    Turn left and drive into London - Highway 4 turns into Richmond Street.
•    Turn left at Cheapside Street.
•    Cheapside Street Parking Garage is on your right. To enter, drive around the turning circle and access ticket dispenser.


PARKING: 

The Grosvenor Street Parking Garage
The parking garage entrance is located on Grosvenor Street, across the street from the Admitting and Outpatients entrance. The garage is connected to St. Joseph's and Mount Hope through the underground tunnel (take elevators at northwest corner of the garage).
Cost for parking is $3.00 for the first hour and $1.50 for each half hour after that, up to $9.00 per day (if you plan to come and go from garage during the day, it is to your advantage to buy a day pass). Parking pay stations are located on the ground floor of both elevator lobbies located at the north-west and north-centre area of garage. There is also a pay station just inside the Admitting and Outpatient entrance on Grosvenor.