Thursday, April 27, 2017

2017 Honouring Health Leadership Event (Gala) / La soirée Hommage aux leaders en santé 2017 (Gala)

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2017 Honouring Health Leadership Event
June 11, 2017
Vancouver, British Columbia

The College’s Honouring Health Leadership event, a hallmark of excellence in healthcare and professionalism, will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia on Sunday evening, June 11, 2017. We invite you to join our evening emcee, Dawn Chubai, and celebrate the accomplishments of the 2017 National Awards Program recipients.

2017 National Health Leadership Conference / Conférence nationale sur le leadership en santé 2017

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2017 National Health Leadership Conference
June 12-13, 2017
Vancouver, British Columbia



Click on the video for highlights of the conference!

The Canadian College of Health Leaders and HealthCareCAN are pleased to present the National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC). Themed “Value-based healthcare: Embracing a patient and family-centered approach”, the conference will be held in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia on June 12-13, 2017.
Don't delay, register today.


LEADS Internal Facilitator Certification Program - Public Offering

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LEADS Internal Facilitator Certification Program
Ottawa, Ontario
May 31 & June 1-2, 2017

Have you completed a LEADS Learning Series? Is your organization ready to integrate LEADS resources into its current programs, initiatives and priorities related to leadership development and succession planning?

Recognizing our life-long members: 2016-2017 / Hommage à nos membres à vie : 2016-2017

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On behalf of the College Board of Directors, members and staff, it is our pleasure to recognize and extend our special appreciation for the outstanding contribution these College members have made, not only to the College but also to the field of health services leadership over the last 25 years.

Recognizing our members anniversaries: 2016 update / Des anniversaires qui méritent d'être soulignés : mise à jour 2016

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On behalf of the College Board of Directors, College chapters and national office staff, it is our pleasure to recognize and extend our special appreciation to College members who are celebrating a milestone anniversary with the College. We invite you to join us in congratulating these valued members.


Making headlines: April 2017 update / Des membres qui ont fait la manchette : mise à jour d’avril 2017

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College members are recognized nationally and internationally for advancing health leadership as a profession.

Please join us in congratulating these individual and corporate members, and health organizations on their achievements.

Dr. Chris Eagle
President and CEO, Calgary Health Trust


Dr. Chris Eagle – Calgary Health Trust’s new President and CEO (April 2, 2017)
Retrieved from: http://www.calgaryhealthtrust.ca

Dr. Eagle has been a member since 2005.

College members on-the-move: April 2017 / Membres du Collège à l'affiche : avril 2017

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Period of March 15, 2017 to April 14, 2017—listed by chapters:

BC Lower Mainland

Noorjean Hassam
FROM: Senior Director, BC Centre for Disease Control (Vancouver, BC)
TO: Chief Operating Officer, BC Centre for Disease Control (Vancouver, BC)

Greater Toronto Area

Katarina Renata Busija
FROM: Manager, Resident Care, Halton Region (Milton, ON)
TO: Professional Practice Advisor, Mississauga Halton Community Care Access Centre (Mississauga, ON)

New members: April 2017 / Nouveaux membres : avril 2017

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Period of March 15, 2017 to April 14, 2017—listed by chapters:

New College Active Members

BC Lower Mainland

Kathryn Berry-Einarson
Manager, Population Health & Wellness, First Nations Health Authority (West Vancouver, BC)

Jessica Jaiven
Director, Quality Safety and Accreditation, BC Emergency Health Services (Vancouver, BC)

May Healthcare Management Forum: Emerging Health Leaders / Numéro de mai du Forum Gestion des soins de santé : les leaders montants en santé

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The May edition of Healthcare Management Forum is dedicated to showcasing perspectives on how to engage, develop and leverage the talents of emerging health leaders.

Log into the College web site to read the May edition of Healthcare Management Forum.

Bilingual content includes the ethics column by Tania Bubela, University of Alberta, on the ethics of genome editing.

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Join us for the May Healthcare Management Forum tweetchat

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Be part of the conversation on Tuesday, May 16 at 8:30 p.m., EST.

According to Healthcare Management Forum’s guest editor for May, Alex Harris, RN, MN/MHSc, CHE, mentorship is a vehicle to achieve leadership excellence and one in which mutual partnership between mentors and mentees is essential.

Join authors as they discuss mentorship in healthcare in the May Healthcare Management Forum tweetchat.

We have partnered with Colin Hung, co-founder of the healthcare leader community #HCLDR, to deliver “Mentorship in healthcare,” inspired by the May 2017 edition of the journal. Special guests include Nadia Batara and Tony Woolgar.

Healthcare Organizations Across Canada Launch Improvement Projects / Lancement de projets d’amélioration par des organismes de santé canadiens

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Many Teams Focus on Providing Patient Care Closer to Home

Ottawa, Canada – April 26, 2017 The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement today announced nine new healthcare improvement projects across the country it will support over the next year through its flagship fellowship program, with a focus on innovative ways of shifting care to patients’ homes or communities.

The projects from healthcare organizations in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Nova Scotia have been selected for the EXTRA: Executive Training Program, a team-based 14-month bilingual improvement fellowship – the only one of its kind in Canada. Each team of healthcare providers and managers designs, implements and evaluates a major quality improvement project that is of strategic value to its organization and region.

Home is Where the Heart is: New EXTRA projects focus on providing care at home and in the community / On n’est jamais si bien que chez soi : De nouveaux projets du programme FORCES visent l’offre de soins à domicile et de soins communautaires

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A new group of healthcare improvement projects is aiming to create innovative ways to improve care delivery closer to home for Canadians.

The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement today announced that it will support nine projects over the next year through its flagship EXTRA: Executive Training Program, a team-based 14-month bilingual improvement fellowship.

The nine projects represent teams from healthcare organizations in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Nova Scotia.

CFN funds four landmark research projects

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CFN funds four landmark research projects

Investing in transforming care for older Canadians living with frailty

Canadian Frailty Network recently received funding from the Government of Canada’s Networks of Centres of Excellence program for a second five-year term (2017-2022), and is continuing  with the work it began in since its inception in 2012. In its first term, CFN supported 88 research projects at 45 Canadian post-secondary institutions and teaching hospitals, and the CFN community has grown to over 3,500, including 400 researchers across Canada.