Ensuring no one is left behind: The Virtual Care Equity Matrix
Join the Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Community of Interest and the Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Virtual Care Collaborative for a joint webinar. The webinar will look at the Virtual Care Equity Matrix put out by the Collaborative.
The Virtual Care Equity Matrix aims to capture the equity issues that policy makers and providers need to address in the delivery of virtual care. It highlights the conditions that are necessary for everyone to access high quality, timely, equitable, and person-centred virtual care.
This webinar will discuss:
- the creation of the Virtual Care Equity Matrix
- how it is guiding the Collaborative’s work
- its potential broad application to virtual care planning, research, and quality improvement.
Paul Bailey is a strategist, urban planner and Interim Executive Director at the Black Health Alliance. Paul has spent the last decade designing interventions focused on: health and well-being, community violence, mental health and addictions, and the social service sector as it relates to improving outcomes for Black children, youth and families. His work is currently focused on social planning, health equity, and addressing the causes of neighbourhood distress and inequality.
PhebeAnn Wolframe-Smith, PhD, is a queer, neurodivergent white Settler and psychiatric survivor based in Wiikwedong (Thunder Bay). She is an Equity Coach with the Provincial System Support Program at CAMH and co-chair of the Ontario Mental Health and Addictions Virtual Care Collaborative’s Equity and Lived Experience Working Group.
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