Welcome to the South East Knowledge Exchange Network (SEKEN). The goal of SEKEN is to support learning collaboratives by facilitating quick and easy access to the best knowledge for continuous quality improvement. Since SEKEN is hosted on the brainXchange, it also provides its members with access to collaborative platforms, resource repositories, knowledge exchange opportunities and other networks on one central website.

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Understanding Changes after Brain Injury

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Pharmacological Management of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia: Best Practice and New Evidence

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Brain and Behaviour: How does knowing about the brain help me give a bath?

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In The News


30/03/2017 - South East LHIN Board of Directors announces new Board Member Ms. Annette Bergeron, Vice-Chair appointments Mr. Brian Smith and Mr. Chris...

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27/02/2017 South East LHIN Board Welcomes New Board Member, David Vigar

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30/01/2017 South East LHIN Board Welcomes New Board Member, Jean Lord

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30/01/2017 Community Health Centres across the south east receive additional funding to support oral health programs

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News Source: South East LHIN 

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This year marks the 11th year of service for brainXchange and it will prove to be a significant year full of exciting change: we are pleased to welcome Lisa Salapatek and Dr. Dallas Seitz as the new Co-leads of brainXchange. Lisa and Dallas bring a diverse and extensive breadth of knowledge and e...
My brother and I were his caregivers for our father with dementia. He had sundowning and needed someone to be awake with him. My self care required that I sleep at my home several times a week which left my brother alone at night with my Dad. What is lacking for caregivers is someone to stay over...
The Institute of Health Policy, Management & Evaluation (IHPME) at the University of Toronto is thrilled to announce the PSW Approach to Quality Care - an online quality improvement (QI) training program for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) and like-minded caregivers providing home care in Ont...