The Practice Facilitator will support primary care practices to achieve their goals for quality care. They will receive practical, evidence-based training and become part of a vibrant team focused on helping Newfoundland family physicians and staff to plan, test and implement improvements based on their unique context and the needs of their patient populations.
Candidates should have experience in a healthcare related sector, as well as experience with quality improvement, facilitation, or change management. Some training is provided. Please find attached the full job description. Please see the job description linked below for further details.
To apply for this role, candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to Alexandra Salekeen at: email@example.com
Hello and welcome to FPRP’s December 2020 issue of FPRP News, including our holiday greeting. In this issue, read a message from our Program Director, learn about 2020 program highlights, upcoming initiatives, and new Committee members and staff.
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The MyQ Expedition Series is for physicians and their staff who want to find better processes within their practice and achieve better outcomes for their patients, even when they currently feel overworked. This Series engages physicians and their teams in an enriched and supported group learning environment to improve access, flow and outcomes in the primary care practice.
Due to COVID-19, the MyQ program offerings are virtual only. Click the link above for more information and to register.
Thank you to our family physician community for your leadership and commitment during this evolving pandemic situation. The following is a brief notice regarding COVID-19 communications.
Given the critical importance of consistent messaging, FPRP and FPN communications will not be specific to COVID-19. Physicians are advised to rely on NLMA newsletters and the NLMA website for updates and current information. COVID-19 updates and advisories from Regional Health Authorities will also be typically distributed via the NLMA, given that not all family physicians are members of Family Practice Networks.
Questions and concerns related to COVID-19 can be directed to Jonathan Carpenter, Director, Communications and Public Affairs, NLMA (firstname.lastname@example.org) or reach out to your FPN for assistance in directing your question. FPN Chairs and Executive Directors participate in a weekly meeting with the NLMA and FPRP, where issues and questions can be brought forward.
FPRP is developing a brief newsletter for distribution over the next few days, including an update on timing and process related to financial support grants for EMR users enrolled in eDOCSNL. This is a priority. Please stay tuned.
All the best to you and your families during this difficult time.