September 19, 2018

Caring for Health the People’s Way

by Duncan Sinclair.

The simple, reliable, effective, and pleasant care that so many people need, especially the frail elderly, ‘needs work’, as the saying goes. The harried woman living on a side-road with her aged mother-in-law with insulin-dependent diabetes, crippling arthritis and infected teeth, who can’t be left alone because of her developing dementia, needs care she is not getting. And neither is that homeless guy with alcoholism and other mental illnesses on his corner downtown. Read more here.


Thursday, September 27, 2018  - Toronto, ON Breakfast with the Chiefs

The Un-Closable Hospital

Dr. Brett Belchetz - CEO & Co-founder at Maple

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UHN Annual Meeting 2018



Executive Lead, Communications & Government Relations (CGR)

Ontario Nurses Association, Toronto, ON 

Clinical Supervisor, Emergency

Niagara Health System, St. Catharines, ON

Chief Executive Officer
Rideau Community Health Services, Merrickville, ON 
Palliative Professional Practice Advisor
Mississauga Halton LHIN, Mississauga, ON
Senior Vice President, Patient Experience and Digital Transformation

Health Sciences North, Sudbury, ON

CEO & Scientific Director, CHEO Research Institute; Vice President, Research

CHEO, Ottawa, ON