Our commitment to diversity, accessibility, equity, inclusion and respect (DAEIR)
The CEP strives to be an organization which upholds the values diversity, accessibility, equity, inclusion and respect. Following the recent series of events in both Canada and other jurisdictions, we realized there was a need to examine our work to better serve equity deserving groups and achieve our organization mission and vision.
In the fall of 2021, we sought help from experts outside of the organization and engaged ParriagGroup to audit our tools, services, and internal human resources practices, with the intent to apply a Diversity, Accessibility, Equity, Inclusion, and Respect (DAEIR) framework to all our future endeavours. We recognize that we are at the beginning of unlearning and undoing practices that contribute to the oppression of marginalized groups. As we embark upon this journey, we are firmly committed to engaging in the ongoing conversations and relationships necessary to ensure that our work contributes to dismantling oppressive systems which unfairly penalize many of our fellow Canadians.
The CEP expanded its Academic Detailing Service to serve Ontario primary care nurse practitioners in addition to family physicians.
The CEP launched the Evidence2Practice program focused on designing easy-to-use digital tools and implementation supports that seamlessly integrate the most up-to-date and relevant evidence and quality standards into front-line clinical systems across Ontario.
The CEP initiated an Academic Detailing Service for Ontario family physicians.
The CEP partnered with the Ontario Renal Network to develop and implement a strategic framework for primary care provider engagement, including designing a mentoring network and EMR forms.
The CEP, with support of the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion, developed and implemented an educational strategy, responding to pH1N1 in a primary care setting.
The CEP became an independent not-for-profit organization. The Guidelines Advisory Committee joined the CEP.
The CEP led first provincial pilot program on academic detailing, the Best9 Practice Support Program, where 180 providers received academic detailing visits on type 2 diabetes.
The CEP established as part of U of T's Department of Family and Community Medicine
The Centre for Effective Practice is committed to equity and encourages qualified individuals of all genders and sexual orientations, Indigenous communities, racialized groups, and persons with disabilities to apply. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Due to COVID-19 and in order to maintain the safety of those we work with, all positions and interviews will be held remotely until further notice.