Mentoring, Education, and Clinical Tools for Addiction: Primary Care-Hospital Integration (META:PHI)

A provincial initiative to support health care providers in treating people struggling with substance use disorders.

This website offers information about the META:PHI care model, clinical addiction tools for health care providers, resources for patients, and information about rapid access addiction medicine clinics across the province.
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2019 META:PHI conference draft agenda
July 8, 2019

The 2019 META:PHI conference draft agenda is now available! Please register online.

We hope to see you there!

Save the date! Second annual META:PHI conference
June 3, 2019

We are excited to announce that the second annual META:PHI conference will be held on Friday, September 20, 2019 at Women's College Hospital in Toronto! Please register online. Details to follow!

2019 META:PHI conference

META:PHI staff featured in Women's Health Matters
March 28, 2019

META:PHI manager Kate Hardy and advanced practice nurse Irene Njoroge were featured this month on the Women's Health Matters website! Watch Kate discuss how to help someone with a substance use disorder, and watch Irene explain some risk factors for developing a substance use disorder.

Interview with Dr. Mehta about anti-alcohol medications
January 28, 2019

Dr. Chetan Mehta, a physician in the Substance Use Service at Women's College Hospital, was interviewed by Ontario Today about medications for alcohol use disorder on January 15. You can listen to it here.

META:PHI conference webcasts and slides now online
October 2, 2018

Many thanks to everyone who attended the 2018 META:PHI conference, both in person and over OTN! The webcasts and slide decks for both days are now posted in Provider Education.

Central East LHIN addiction medicine talk
September 6, 2018

On October 10, Lakeridge Health will be hosting an educational event entitled "Addiction Medicine: The Role of the Primary Care Provider", sponsored by the Central East LHIN Opioid Strategy Implementation Action Group. Please view the poster for more details!