Conferences and Education
eHealth Future TrendsOctober 3, 2014 to November 6, 2014
Live, online, interactive sessions using Webex, n/a, ON
October 23, 30 & November 6, 2014
12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
Early-Bird Deadline: Sep. 26
Instructor: Michael Martineau - eHealth Industry Analyst
According to noted inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil, our world will experience even more profound technological change in the next ten years.
This series examines how this change will influence the digital Health landscape and identify eHealth future trends that will impact Canadian healthcare providers and citizens in the decade to come.
For many years, the quintessential image of a physician included a white lab coat (clinical analyst), a stethoscope (data collection) and a patient’s chart (data storage & retrieval).
This model will be used as a framework to explore eHealth future trends.
Session 1: Data Collection
This session will explore how currently available and emerging technologies will transform the manner in which data is collected, often disrupting current practices and, to a greater extent than ever before, involve the individual about whom the data is collected.
Session 2: Data Storage & Retrieval
This session will examine the technological forces driving these changes and offer possible evolutionary paths for participants to consider.
Session 3: Analytics
This session will explore how technological advances will support the re-use of information collected in digital form for a wide variety of purposes including insights that can influence diagnosis and treatment.
National Healthcare Practitioners' Mental Health ConferenceOctober 28 - 29, 2014
Double Tree by Hilton, Toronto, ON
The National Healthcare Practitioners’ Mental Health Conference is specifically focused on actions that can be taken to protect the psychological wellbeing of the healthcare workforce - the healthcare systems most important asset.
The conference focuses on the importance that health leaders play in creating safe and mentally healthy workplaces of healthcare organisations. The event will showcase initiatives, both from a policy and practical activity level, which address emotional and mental health for healthcare workers.
Following the launch of the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety a great number of healthcare organizations have re-focused their efforts on addressing the mental wellbeing of their employees. The conference will feature insights from hospitals and healthcare organizations that have implemented procedures and policies that support a psychologically healthy workplace.
The agenda is structured around 3 main topic areas; creating a culture that prioritizes employee mental health and tackles stigma, understanding the business case for implementing psychological health policies and ensuring return on investment, and how to develop practical workplace mental health systems that take advantage of available resources.
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS -
- Practical Approaches To Implementing The National Standard For Psychological Health And Safety In The Healthcare Workplace: Interactive Case Study And Roundtable Session
- Understanding The Business Case For Investing In Workplace Mental Health: The Impact On The Bottom Line And Productivity
- Understanding The Law And Healthcare Workers' Mental Health: Mitigating Risk
- Evaluating Your Healthcare Workplace: Using Tools And Metrics For Measuring Mental Health Of Employees And Acquiring Actionable Data
16+ OUTSTANDING SPEAKERS INCLUDING:
- Janet Davidson, Deputy Minister of Health, Alberta Health
- Ed Mantler, VP of Programs and Priorities, Mental Health Commission of Canada
- Jennifer Kitts, Director of Policy and Strategy, HealthCareCAN
- Catherine Fast, Project Manager Mental Health Strategy, BC Nurses Union
Canada’s Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement – CPSI turns 10October 29 - 30, 2014
Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, AB
Can you believe the Canadian Patient Safety Institute is 10 years old?
Well, we’re doing something BIG to celebrate!
We’re throwing a party and everyone is invited to celebrate with us!
This is your chance to celebrate the all the incredible work that has been done to improve patient safety in Canada with your peers from across the country.
In partnership with Alberta Health Services and the Health Quality Council of Alberta, we’re also hosting pre-conference event, ‘Safe Transitions in Care’, presented on Oct. 28.
If you're not able to attend in person, Canada’s Forum as well as the pre-conference will be available free of charge via live virtual broadcast.
Developing Healthcare Risk Management ConferenceOctober 30 - 31, 2014
Marriott Renaissance Harbourside, Vancouver, BC
The inaugural Developing Healthcare Risk Management Conference will bring together healthcare risk and patient safety directors and managers to discuss strategies, current issues, and solutions to minimize risk in the hospital setting.
A comprehensive, content driven, 2 day program has been developed in concert with leading healthcare risk management experts, to bring you practical tools and experiences delivered by senior thought-leaders and practitioners.
- Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Winnipeg, Manitoba
- St. Mary's Hospital Centre Montreal, Quebec
- Sunnybrook Health Centre Toronto, Ontario
- Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Regina, Saskatchewan
- Southern Alberta RIMS Edmonton, Alberta
- Vancouver Island and Vancouver Coastal Authority
- British Columbia Yukon Hospital Corporation Whitehorse, Yukon
- Encountering Risk as a Team
- Embedding Human Factors Principles
- Disclosure of Adverse Events
- Methods to Implementing Risk Management
- Enterprise Risk Management Case Studies
- Risk Strategies for Emergencies and Disasters
Partnerships in Global HealthNovember 2 - 4, 2014
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The Canadian Conference for Global Health (CCGH) is in its 21st year and is organized and hosted annually by the Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH). The CCGH is the largest annual conference on global health in Canada and attracts over 500 participants annually. It creates a unique networking forum for practitioners, researchers, educators, policy makers and community advocates working at the intersection of health and development, to share knowledge, experience, develop and enhance their networks, and promote innovation and collaborative action.
The conference program includes plenary sessions with renowned global health experts; concurrent seminars, workshops, peer-reviewed oral and poster presentation; and sessions designed to facilitate new and enhanced partnerships and networks. The theme for CCGH 2014 is “Partnerships for Global Health”.
Plenary sessions will examine:
- Perspectives of partnerships for Global Health
- Research partnerships
- Community engagement in global partnerships
- Global governance of global health partnerships
- Networking and partnership opportunities include:
- Global Health Café
- Job market opportunities for new Global Health practitioners
- Meet and greet opening reception
- Free Social networking night
- Continuous steps to connect participants with new potential partners
- Theme–based workshops and seminars
2014 Home Care SummitNovember 3 - 5, 2014
Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel , Banff, Alberta
The 2014 Home Care Summit is Canada's largest home care networking forum, attracting more than 400 professionals from the home and community care sector across Canada.
This dynamic event features over 80 presentations on priority topics including client and family-centred care, accessible care and integrated care. The Summit features discussions on how to use evidence to inform policy planning and program development.
Register before October 3 to take advantage of early bird pricing.
Accreditation Forum 2014: Leveraging Accreditation for Transformational ChangeNovember 24 - 25, 2014
Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver, BC
Accreditation Canada invites you to attend our fall conference highlighting current and emerging health care issues and their relationship to accreditation.
Join the other passionate health care professionals who will be in attendance at the Forum to learn first-hand about practical strategies for transformational change. You will leave this Forum with the skills, knowledge, and inspiration to bring back and implement some of these strategies in your organization!
- Promoting client- and family-centered care
- Using data in quality improvement
- Integrating accreditation into organizational performance
Who should attend:
- Accreditation Canada clients
- Organizations interested in accreditation
- CEOs and board members
- Leaders and managers involved in transformational change
Long-Term Care: A Safe and Secure EnvironmentNovember 26 - 27, 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Toronto, ON
Empowering long-term care leaders to support staff and provide quality person-centered care in a safe and respectful environment
- Learn how to implement person-centered care
- Discuss effective strategies to improve resident's quality of life
- Hear from current long-term residents
- Explore the role of employees, friends, family, and volunteers
- Understand all of the elements of building security
- Be proactive in elder abuse mitigation
20+ SPEAKERS INCLUDING:
- Mary Schulz, Director, Information, Support Services and Education, The Alzheimer Society of Canada
- Joanne Dykeman, Vice President, Clinical Services and Quality, Revera Inc.
- Martin Green, Vice President, Secretary, Board of Directors, International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety
- Donna Fairley, Executive Director & Dee Lender, Director of Education, Ontario Association of Residents' Councils
- Jane Meadus, Barrister & Solicitor, Institutional Advocate, Advocacy Centre for Elderly
- Samantha Peck, Director of Communications & Education, Family Councils' Program
- Sandy Stemp, Co-Chair, Ontario Partnership on Aging and Developmental Disabilities
- Maureen Etkin, Executive Director, Elder Abuse Ontario
- Michael Gordon MD, MSc, FRCPC, Medical Program Director, Palliative Care, Baycrest Geriatric Health Care System
2nd Annual National Correctional Services Healthcare ConferenceNovember 27 - 28, 2014
Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, Ottawa, ON
Addressing the gaps, promoting multidisciplinary care and improving the continuum of care into the community.
25+ SPEAKERS INCLUDING:
- Howard Sapers, Correctional Investigator of Canada, Office of the Correctional Investigator, CA
- Kate Davies, Head of Public Health, Health and Justice Commissioning, NHS, England UK
- Iain Brew, Medical Lead HM Prison Leeds, Leeds Community Healthcare, NHS Trust, UK
- Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, University of Saskatchewan, SK
- Ruth Elwood Martin, Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education SIFPUBC, BC
- Colin Cameron, Royal Ottawa Healthcare Group, ON
- Ken Scott, Department of Health and Wellness, Halifax, NS
- Mark Totten, Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Toronto, ON
- Drew Kingston, University of Ottawa, ON
- Dan Woods, Alberta Health Services, AB
- Discuss safe and humane responses to managing mentally disordered offenders in a correctional context
- Learn about transitioning correctional healthcare from Justice to Health
- Hear NHS England showcase the Pathways to Health
- Understand evidence based interventions in the correctional setting
- Explore the guiding principles and practices required for optimal child health inside prison, beginning with pregnancy
- Attend critical workshops on suicide prevention and effective practices for supporting people with FASD
Exploring data: from abstract to actionNovember 28, 2014
- Big data
- How data is used at different levels
- How data is used for process improvement initiatives
- How to condense data to make it actionable
- CIHI’s data and tools/resources in use across Atlantic Canada
Note: This conference will be held in English only.
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