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This research was funded by a grant from HealthForceOntario. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Ontario.

Administrators, providers, preceptors and faculty from Family Health Teams, Community Health Centres, professional organizations and educational institutions in Ontario were invited to participate and generously gave their input. We appreciate your contributions and hopefully have reflected your expectations. We would also like to thank HealthForceOntario for the support that made this project possible.

Project Lead

Christine Patterson, Assistant Professor, McMaster University

Project Team

David Price
Chair, Department of Family Medicine
Associate Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, McMaster University

Julie Vohra
Research Co-ordinator, School of Nursing
McMaster University

Gladys Peachy
Assistant Professor
McMaster University

Heather Arthur
Professor, McMaster University

Patricia Ellis
Associate Professor, McMaster University

Rob Mariani
Partner, Ascentum

Paul Dymel
Multi Media Artist, Ascentum

Ellen Spencer
Technical Consultant, Ascentum

Kevin Timms
IT Director, Ascentum

Ellis Westwood
Senior Consultant, Ascentum

Advisory Committee

Charles D. Bayliff 
Pharmaceutical Care Coodinator Department of Pharmacy Services, London Health Sciences Centre

David Murray
Executive Director Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre

Susan Shea 
CPHC Brockville and Gananoque Community Family Health Team

Kate Power  
Ontario Association of Social Workers Board of Directors

Jackie Schleifer Taylor  
Vice-President, Quality, Standards & Performance - Woman's College Hospital

Rhoda Reardon
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

Deborah Archibald  
Health Canada, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch

Christine Brenchley  
ON Society of Occupational Therapists

Dorianne Sauve 
Ontario Society of Physiotherapists

Jennifer Simpson and Eugene Williams
Somerset West Community Health Centre

Home Supportive Environment Organizational Champions Examining Patient Care Interprofessional Change Preceptorships Evaluation

Key Challenges


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