In Conversation with Marian Walsh
Marian Walsh is a 30-year veteran known across Canada for her visionary leadership, aptitude for innovation and passion for best practices. Providing for the constantly changing needs of patients with long-standing and complex needs, Marian has a diverse career in acute care and academic centres, community programming, professions, associations and governance... Equally remarkable are her approaches to leadership and sense of humour.
Read Ken Tremblay's interview with Marian here.
Breakfast with the Chiefs - Thursday, May 14, 2015 - Toronto, ON
Shelly Jamieson and Terrence Sullivan
April 27-28, 2015
May 21-22, 2015
- Director of Strategic Initiatives - Community Care Access Centre (CCAC), Richmond Hill, ON
- Regional Director, Emergency Services - Eastern Health, St. John's, NL
- Regional Director - Eastern Health, St. John's, NL
- More Healthcare & Leadership positions on jobs.Longwoods.com:
Apr 24, 2015
Apr 24, 2015
- Impact of Information Technology on Human Resources in Healthcare
- The Nursing Human Resource Planning Best Practice Toolkit: Creating a Best Practice Resource for Nursing Managers
- Preventing and Managing Conflict: Vital Pieces in the Patient Safety Puzzle
- Transforming Healthcare Organizations
- Using SBAR to Communicate Falls Risk and Management in Inter-professional Rehabilitation Teams
- Towards a Canadian Model of Integrated Healthcare
- Transformational Leadership to Promote Cross-Generational Retention
- Clinical Nurse Specialists and Nurse Practitioners: Title Confusion and Lack of Role Clarity
- Healthy Workplaces for Health Workers in Canada: Knowledge Transfer and Uptake in Policy and Practice
- The Nurse Practitioner Role: Into the Future
- Has Ontario's Stroke System Really Made a Difference?
- Degrees of Separation: Do Higher Credentials Make Health Care Better?
- I want the Safe Surgery Checklist to be used in my operation!
- LHINs at Five years Ė What Now?
- Principles of Strengths-Based Nursing Leadership for Strengths-Based Nursing Care: A New Paradigm for Nursing and Healthcare for the 21st Century
- The Paradox of Patient-Centred Care & Use of Language
- Ethical Framework for Resource Allocation during a Drug Supply Shortage
- Ontario Spent $110 Million to Get Doctors to Increase Cancer Screening Rates. It Didnít Work. Thatís Good News
- Healthcare Systems and Organizations: Implications for Health Human Resources
- Four Mindset Shifts
- Extreme Makeover: Can We Achieve Rapid Improvement in Canada's Healthcare System?
- Re-positioning the Role of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine as Essential Health Knowledge in Global Health: Do They Still Have a Role to Play?
- How Employee Engagement Matters for Hospital Performance
- From Benefits Evaluation to Clinical Adoption: Making Sense of Health Information System Success in Canada
- Where Are the Healthcare Leaders? The Need for Investment in Leadership Development
- Enablers and Barriers to Implementing Bedside Reporting: Insights from Nurses
- Internationally Educated Health Professionals: Workforce Integration and Retention
- Activity-Based Funding Model Provides Foundation for Province-wide Best Practices in Renal Care
- Workplace Experiences of New Graduate Nurses
- Economic Evaluation of Manitoba Health Lines in the Management of Congestive Heart Failure