Are you a primary care provider? Do you work with a client with early psychosis? The Early Psychosis Intervention Ontario Network (EPION) needs your feedback!
Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) programs strive to keep regular communication with primary care providers. Most EPI programs work with clients for 2-3 years and then transfer the client back to primary care. We are seeking your feedback to learn about your communication and resource needs, so we can better support effective transitions for clients with early psychosis.
The survey asks about your information and communication needs related to your clients who receive EPI services. The survey also asks about your preferences and suggestions for resources you can use to enhance your practice and better support your young clients with psychosis. Finally, there are some basic questions as well as an opportunity for you to reach out should you want more information.
Read more about the survey below or download the flyer.
This survey is for primary care providers, including family physicians, psychiatrists, and healthcare workers, such as registered nurses, occupational therapists, nurse practitioners, and social workers.
If you are not a primary care provider, but work closely with primary care teams, please share this with them!
This survey will take 5 to 10 minutes of your time.
This survey is voluntary. Results will be viewed only by the members EPION Community of Interest who will be developing resources for primary care providers.
Please complete this survey by Monday October 23, 2017: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/epioncoi2017primarycare
Please share it with your primary care networks!
EPION members work in Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) services across Ontario and include people who have received EPI services, and family members. We support the development and implementation of effective treatment and support systems for people living with psychosis, and we bring early treatment and resources to those who are living with psychosis and bring support to their families.