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With the first round of consultations under their belts, the EICP team is currently reviewing session notes and planning a series of regional workshops to validate findings. These "next step" sessions, planned for November and early December, will engage more primary health care providers, patients and policy-makers from each of Canada's provinces and territories. Each consultation step moves the Initiative closer to its ultimate goal - the development of a set of principles and a workable framework for achieving more interdisciplinary collaboration in primary health care.
At present, regional workshops are scheduled for the following dates and locations:
Canada's beacon of interdisciplinary collaboration is shining brightly from Southern Alberta where there are no tall buildings, trees or mountains to block the long view. Taber is a town known for its big sky, excellent sweet corn and now for great primary health care. Ask anyone who knows the scene and the Taber Project comes up.