Harnessing the Potential of Primary Care & Addressing Problems Exacerbated by COVID-19: Findings from the PUPPY Study
- Published: November 30, 2021
We hope you enjoy this next installment in our event summaries that we are preparing on a selection of our previous Speaker Series events. Each summary provides the reader with the presentation’s objective, what we heard as the key messages, next steps, and a link to the event’s recording. While this event series is conducted in English, these summaries have been translated into French. To see the French version of this event summary, please click here.
This summary provides an overview of the Speaker Series presentation on ‘Harnessing the Potential of Primary Care & Addressing Problems Exacerbated by COVID-19: Findings from the Puppy Study.’ The aim of this talk was to provide an overview of the ‘Problems Coordinating and Accessing Primary Care for Attached and Unattached Patients in a Pandemic Year’ (PUPPY) study that evaluates (using mixed methods) how the pandemic impacted primary care provision, primary care access, and to identify strategies for improving access across Canada.