Improving Communications, Workflows and Processes for OAT Prescribing

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Event Description

This webinar will focus on how primary care teams can improve OAT prescribing by looking at their communications, workflows and processes. We will discuss internal communications within the team and communications with other partners in care. We will be joined by leaders in this space including a peer worker, a pharmacist and two OAT prescribers. It will open with each panelist sharing their experience and be followed with a question-and-answer period with the panel.


  • Cole Stanley, Family Physician, Vancouver; QI Lead, Hope to Health; Medical Director, Health Data Coalition
  • Erin Thomson, Administration & OAT, ANKORS, Nelson 
  • Jodi Cunningham, Pharmacist, Vernon
  • Ramm Hering, Addiction Medicine Physician, Island Health

Learning Objectives 

After the webinar, the learner will be able to:

  1. Discuss how communications, workflows and processes directly impact patient care and OAT retention.
  2. Identify opportunities to improve communications, workflows or processes in your care setting.

Event Details

Improving Communications, Workflows and Processes for OAT Prescribing

Date and Time

July 24, 2024 | 12:00 – 13:00 PT


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