Thursday, October 27, 2016

Partner events / Événements des partenaires

Special invitations from our partners (displayed in the language of the event) / Des invitations spéciales de nos partenaires (affichées dans la langue qui sera utilisée lors de l’événement) :


November 17, 2016
Vancouver, BC

Who Cares? Should More be Done to Support the Mental Health & Wellness of Continuing Care Staff in BC?

To help foster greater discussion on mental health issues in the workplace, the BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) will be co-hosting a Care to Chat event with SafeCare BC, whose mandate is to reduce worker injury rates in the continuing care sector. We will discuss issues such as the prevalence of mental health issues in the continuing sector; including what can be done both at an organizational and system wide level to deal with such concerns.

Along with outlining some of the potential challenges and solutions, our panel will discuss best practices being undertaken in Canada and abroad to deal with mental health issues in the workforce. Most importantly, this Care to Chat event will help dispel some of the myths and stigmas on mental health while also increasing public awareness on this important issue effecting BC’s continuing care sector.

To discuss some of these and other related issues, panelists from the continuing care sector and various experts in the field of mental health will participate in this important event. The BCCPA and SafeCare BC hopes this will begin an even greater dialogue and further discussions on mental health issues in the workforce.

1.25 MOC I


GoodLife Fitness Health & Wellness Leadership Summit
November 28, 2016
Toronto, ON

The GoodLife Fitness Health and Wellness Leadership Summit provides organizations with educational tools to develop fit, healthy, happy, productive and engaged employees. We provide an interactive environment for professionals to be inspired, educated and entertained by a roster of world-class speakers, authors and champions for positive change.

Speakers include:
  • Dr. Peter Jensen, Author, Canadian Olympic Performance Coach and Instructor at the Queen’s Smith School of Business
    Topic: Leadership Excellence & Thriving in a 24/7 world - critical skills to manage pressure and operate at peak efficiency
  • Dr. Paul Oh, Medical Director, University Health Network
    Topic: Building an Effective  Wellness Program - target health risks, improve employee morale and reduces costs
  • Jennifer Elia, AVP Client Experience Integrated Health Solutions, Sun Life Financial
    Topic: Creating a culture of engagement in employee health management
  • Nitika Rewari, PMP, Mental Health Commission of Canada
    Topic: Mental Health - promising practices for advancing workplace mental health
  • Tammy Robertson, Co-author, Motivational Speaker and Workplace Wellness Coach
    Topic: Inspiring Great Workplaces - be the change and change your culture

Member Discount: Purchase General tickets for only $199 each (Regular $349) 
Group Rate Discount: Purchase 3 General tickets for the price of 2 (Only $133 a ticket!) 

Use promo code "CCHL" and register online.

Register by phone: (416) 528-1304 / 1 877 348-8752 ext. 230 and reference promo code CCHL.

Please add 13% HST per transaction. All sales are final. Tickets are transferable. Speakers and date may be subject to change.

Click here for more information.

2 MOC II Credits

November 29, 2016 
Oakville, ON

The best patient care includes leading edge healthcare environments that incorporates comfort, safety and high functionality to meet patient needs. The New Oakville Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility, delivered using an Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP) model through Infrastructure Ontario. It provides a full range of health services, including complex continuing care, rehabilitation, and acute care.

The morning session will take a 'deep dive' into some of the key drivers in making the newly built Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH), project successful, challenges faced and lessons learned. This case study will also compare how Georgetown Hospital, and Oakville, the first two of the 'trifecta' projects at Halton Healthcare, have provided further insights in  the planning and design for the new Milton site. Don’t miss it!


Technology innovations for Better Quality Care at Halton Healthcare 
Denise Hardenne, President and CEO, Halton Healthcare
Bill Bailey, Vice President Redevelopment, Halton Healthcare
Sandy Saggar, Chief Information Officer, Halton Healthcare

Case Study Oakville: Designing for Healing Environments within the P3 Process: Challenges and Opportunities 
John E. Christie, Director, Parkin Architects Limited
David  Klassen, Vice-President, Design Build, Ellis Don

Operational Readiness Planning and Keys To Success 
Jackie Charko, Director Project Management Office, Halton Healthcare Services
John Wieser, Senior Principal, Program & Project Management, Stantec
Donna Rothwell, Principal, Program & Project Management, Operational Readiness Planning- Healthcare, Project Delivery Office, Stantec

Driving Innovation and Evidence-Based Design in Healthcare
Diana Siebenaler, Strategic Alliances Leader, Western North America, Steelcase Health

Be ahead of the curve! Principles and Highlights that are driving the new draft CSA Healthcare Facilities Wayfinding Standards
Gordon Burrill, President, Teegor Consulting and President CCHF


December 8-9, 2016 
Toronto, ON
Be a part of the only Canadian conference that brings together researchers and clinicians to enhance the way analytics are being used in the healthcare industry. With a focus on practical advice and actionable take-aways, this exclusive event is the key to clinical decision support, situational awareness, and technical hurdles.

Featured Speakers:

  • Dr. Louis Hugo Francescutti, MD, PhD, MPH, FRCPC, FACPM, CCFP, FACP (Hon), ICD-D, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Alberta; Former President, Canadian Medical Association
  • Dr. Ewan Affleck, CM, MD, Medical Director, Yellowknife Health and Social Services Authority
  • Dr. Peter Vaughan, MD, Deputy Minister, Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness
  • Dr. Raj Sherman, MD, Emergency Physician; former MLA, Leader of the Opposition of Alberta
  • Shirley Fenton, Vice President and Director, National Institute of Health Informatics Canada
Use VIP code "CCHL20" and recieve 20% off your registration.

5.75 MOC II Credits


January 17, 2017
Toronto, ON

Registration Deadline: January 5, 2017

Great leadership in an organization hits the bottom-line, directly and drastically. This intense one-day workshop provides a simple process to:
  • ASSESS: Determine your existing strengths (and possible fatal flaws) with an easy on-line 360 multi-rater assessment before the workshop
  • SWEET SPOT: Determine your “leadership sweet spot” — where your existing strengths overlap the skills your organization needs most to implement its strategyy
  • BUILD: Find the most effective ways and tools to build on 3-5 of your existing strengths to take your leadership from good to extraordinary
You will leave this dynamic workshop having identified the specific leadership strengths you need to build on, chosen to make the greatest impact on your organization’s bottom line.

3.5 MOC II Credits


January 18, 2017
Toronto, ON

Registration Deadline: January 12, 2017

All known drivers of productivity can be increased through improved coaching. This intense one-day workshop provides a simple process to become a better coach to your employees, and develop a coaching culture in your organization to:
  • Develop future leaders
  • Increase employee satisfaction and morale
  • Retain top talent
  • Increase customer service and satisfaction
  • Create a corporate culture that attracts the best employees to the organization
Don’t just build individual leaders — build a culture of exceptional leadership and coaching in your organization.

3.5 MOC II Credits

Use rebate code "CCHL1" for the member rate of $645 for a one-day registration,or use rebate code "CCHL2" for the member rate of $945 for a two-day registration.

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