Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day

Join us June 6 for Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto. Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day provides an opportunity to share your primary health care relevant research in a welcoming and constructive atmosphere. Researchers, policy makers, patients, clinicians and students/residents from all disciplines related to primary health care are encouraged to attend.

Abstract submission and registration are now open online

Dr. Robert Reid will present the keynote address, Creating a Research-enabled Learning Health System which will include a panel with clinician, patient, and policy voices.

Dr. Sharon Johnston will give the distinguished lecture, Primary healthcare performance reporting in the information age: Empowering citizens, patients, and consumers.

Workshops include:

1) Patient and Family Storytelling in Primary Health Care Research, with patient co-facilitation and

2) Integrating Rigorous Evaluation into Learning Health Systems in Ontario facilitated by Drs. Merrick Zwarenstein and Jen Rayner

There will also be approximately 50 poster and oral presentations on recent/ongoing research in the primary health care field.

View conference flyer here.


Abstract Submission: April 17, 2018

If you had a patient or community member involved in your research, please consider including them as a co-presenter. It is important to hear their experience with the process first hand.  Limited travel grants and free registration are available for patient/community member presenters.

Limited travel grants are available for students/residents presenting their research


Registration:  May 18, 2018

Please feel free to contact Leslie Meredith or Sandi Richard ( ) or 519-661-2111 x22136 if you have any questions or concerns.

This event is hosted by the INSPIRE-PHC Program ( ) and funded by the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit (OSSU)