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Committees

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The governance of the Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network (SWOSN) includes Advisory and Steering Committees to approve and oversee the development, implementation, and coordination of regional initiatives and work plan projects.  Each committee contains representation from across the SWOSN region.

 

The Regional Acute Care Advisory Committee advises the Southwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network (inclusive of Erie St. Clair and South West LHINs), regarding development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of regional stroke acute best practice initiatives and activities. This committee will serve as a communication link between the Southwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network and service providers/stakeholders regarding strategic directions and activities in acute care.

Please direct any questions to Gina Tomaszewski, Regional Acute Care Coordinator

Regional Stroke Acute Care Advisory Committee Terms of Reference

The Community & Long Term Care Advisory Group provides support to develop, coordinate and evaluate stroke care in the community and in Long Term Care homes. It aligns with the Ontario Stroke System vision and mission to support best practice stroke care, and works towards developing a plan for facilitating successful transitions from hospital to home, supporting stroke survivors to re-engage in their communities.

Chair: Angela McMillan, Cheshire, London

Please direct any questions to Margo Collver, Regional Community & Long-Term Care Coordinator

Regional Stroke Community & Long Term Care Group Terms of Reference

The Stroke Rehabilitation Advisory Group advises the Southwestern Ontario Regional Stroke Network regarding development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of regional stroke rehabilitation best practice initiatives and activities.

This committee serves as a communication link between the Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network and service providers/stakeholders regarding rehabilitation strategic directions and activities.

Chair: Eileen Britt, Coordinator Stroke Rehabilitation Unit and Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program, Parkwood Institute, London

Please direct any questions to Lyndsey Butler, Regional Rehabilitation Coordinator.

Regional Stroke Rehabilitation Advisory Group Terms of Reference

 

The Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network maintains a region-wide Steering Committee to oversee regional activities and coordination, ensuring the implementation of the regional plan for stroke care based on best practice (as outlined in the Canadian Best Practice Recommendations for Stroke Care www.strokebestpractices.ca and Health Quality Ontario and the MoHLTC’s Quality Based Procedures (QBP) Clinical Handbook for Stroke.

The Regional Stroke Steering Committee is a forum to bring together stakeholders:

  • For input and to decide on advice and recommendations regarding integration opportunities and performance gaps
  • To support the Regional Stroke Network to: implement the regional plan for stroke care; and achieve required performance metrics.

Regional Stroke Steering Committee Terms of Reference

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