What are they and how did you implement them?

Date and Time

26 Mar 2024, 12-1 PM ET/HE, Zoom


  • Jennifer Rayner (PhD), Dir. of Research and Policy at the Alliance for Healthier Communities, Research Professor at Western University at the Centre for Studies in Family Medicine and Assoc. Prof. at University of Toronto in the Department of Community and Family Medicine
  • Mpho Begin, Member of the CPCRN Patient Advisory Council, Member of the HDRN Public Advisory Council, Member of the PAN & CDHE Patient Partner Evaluators
  • Terrie Meehan, Vice-Chair of the Client and Community Partners Committee with the Alliance for Healthier Communities, Patient Partner, Inclusive Event Planning and Research Professional and Volunteer, Advocate for Housing and Disability Rights

A common problem faced by all is that it takes an average of 12-15 years before the research is taken up into practice. The Canadian Primary Care Research Network is taking leadership to create momentum to learn from and more quickly apply evidence to primary care practice and delivery. This session explores shared solutions for practice-based research and learning networks to: a) use data to study and understand the nature of the problem (advanced analytics and population insight gear) and b) engage with patients, caregivers and clinicians in co-designing solutions informed local data and high-quality evidence syntheses (patient, caregiver and provider co-design gear).

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify essential learning health system structures in primary care
  2. Learn how these structures were implemented

Register in advance for this webinar here!