CFHI's live webinar series Improvement on Call regularly features policy-makers, decision-makers and clinicians as they explore evidence and share their improvement stories. Each session will provide you with concrete strategies, lessons learned and results achieved on key healthcare topics.
A single session registration fee is $99 per organization (regardless of how many participate).
Our advanced webcasting technology allows you to follow and listen to the presentations and enables you to ask your questions live. CFHI offers simultaneous translation on selected webinars so registrants can interact live with our speakers in both French and English.
We invite you to view our FAQs below for more information. You can also contact us at email@example.com or 613-728-2238 ext. 221.
What is Improvement On Call?
CFHI's live webinar series features policy-makers, decision-makers and clinicians as they explore evidence and share their improvement stories. Each session will provide you with concrete strategies, lessons learned and results achieved on key healthcare topics.
Why do we now have to pay to register?
CFHI remains committed to spreading lessons learned and best practices to accelerate healthcare improvement. The On Call registration fee provides partial cost-recovery for the delivery of this great online program. There are also many free resources available to you on our website.
What do we get for our registration fee?
Your session registration fee of $99 CAD gives your organization a live connection to Improvement On Call with unlimited lines – should you require set up in different locations. We do recommend participants attend sessions in a group to minimize connections and to encourage discussion. If you require a multi-site registration (no additional charge) please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your registration includes ample opportunity to engage our presenters and hear from other participants during the live question and answer session, all session resources, as well as complimentary access to the archived event.