The Taming of the Queue has been a highly successful annual conference series, ending in 2015. The Canadian Medical Association would like to thank everyone who has contributed to and participated in the Taming of the Queue over the years.
Taming of the Queue 2015 conference, was held April 16-17, 2015 in Ottawa, at the Fairmont Château Laurier Hotel.
An overview of Canada’s frail elderly population
The role of patients and informal care givers
Integrated community care models
Wait-time strategies across the OECD
Managing future demand for care
Managing complex social and health needs
Since 2004, the annual Taming of the Queue (TQ) conference has brought together a community of interest from across Canada to discuss access and wait time issues. Representing a wide range of perspectives, conference participants assess progress being made on wait-time measurement and management. Sponsored by several national health stakeholders, these events have enhanced knowledge about the issue, while exchanging best practices and helping to shape the public policy agenda.
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Note: Reports and presentations from pre-2010 Taming of the Queue conferences are housed on the legacy website of the Canadian Policy Research Networks.
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