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Electronic Newsletter Cap S@nté - Volume 5, Issue 1
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Electronic Newsletter Cap S@nté - Volume 5, Issue 1
Patients First : A Proposal to Strengthen Patient-Centred Health Care in Ontario

On December 17, 2015, the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care shared its discussion paper Patients First: A Proposal to Strengthen Patient-Centred Health Care in Ontario.

The Central, Central East and North Simcoe Muskoka LHINs consulted the francophone communities of their territories during the month of February 2016. Entité 4 thanks Francophones who participated in answering the Ministry’s questions about this discussion paper.
 
The response issued by the Regroupement des Entités de planification des services de santé en français de l’Ontario on health system transformation is now available.
What's new?
The Canadian Association for Mental Health in Durham Region is offering First Aid in Mental Health program for the first time in French and entirely for free! This program gives you the tools necessary to help your family better manage mental health problems. A few places are still available for Francophones in Durham region. Contact Mireille Huneault from CMHA Durham, 905-436-8760 ext.137 or mireilleh@cmhadurham.org
The North Simcoe Muskoka Community Care Access Centre (NSM CCAC), Entité 4 and the NSM Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) partnered in the creation of a French Language library to enhance access to local health and social services offered in French. Anyone can access the French Language library through www.nsmhealthline.ca  or by calling 310-2222.
Black Creek Community Health Centre in North York offers free workshops in French on the health and well-being of Francophones. The francophone community of North York is invited to come this Saturday for a diabetes detection program and is also invited on March 26th for a presentation on the results of a study, recently conducted, on health needs of Francophones. Click here for details (in French only).
News
2016 Ontario Budget : Transforming Health Care
Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care has been chosen as the lead agency for the integrated regional Seniors’ Health Program.
Follow us on Twitter to get our latest news. @Entite4 
From left to right:
Students from ÉSC Mgr-de-Charbonnel, Darling Emile from TAIBU CHC, Sophie and Ameth from Entité 4 with Dieufert Bellot (Central East LHIN) and Tina Christman (North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN)
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You would like to be involved in the community? Become a member of our Board of Directors! (information available in French only)
There is currently a seat available to represent the Central LHIN and a seat available to represent the Central-East LHIN. Cilck here for more details. 
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