HR Resources Newsletter Archives

HR Resources Newsletter Archives July 2008

| Vol.1 No.2, July 31 2008 |

Today's Jobs sent to +40,000 people including Canada's student nurses each week.

Director, Health and Counselling Centre - St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS
Director of Nursing - The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Toronto, ON
Executive Director, Acute Programs - Burnaby Hospital, Burnaby, BC
Manager, Health Services, Neonatal IC & Pediatrics - Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, BC
Managers, Client Services (Hospitals) - Toronto Central CCAC
Executive Services Director - South West LHIN, London, ON
Director, Community Engagement and Communications - Toronto Central LHIN
Director, Program Development - Toronto Central LHIN
Financial Analyst - Toronto Central LHIN
Director, Professional Practice - Health Disciplines - Bridgepoint Hospital, Toronto, ON
Manager, Research Operations - Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) Ottawa, ON
Vice-President, Common Drug Review (CDR) - CADTH. Ottawa. ON
Associate Director, Perioperative Services - St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON
Executive Director - Victorian Order of Nurses, Southern Alberta
Web Content Administrator - Longwoods Publishing, Toronto, ON
Marketing Manager, Healthcare - RIM, Waterloo, ON
Doctors Without Borders - Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers
Student Nurse Burseries - Northwest Territories Health and Social Services

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TRANSITIONS | last two weeks
July 29, 2008
Sharon McDonald to President, Morrison Healthcare, Compass Group Canada
Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov reappointed to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Governing Council for a three-year term
Sue Mahony to President and General Manager, Eli Lilly Canada Inc.
Kevin Mercer from the Ontario Medical Association, to Editor in Chief of the CCHSE journal (Healthcare Forum)
Dr. Michael Esser, a pediatric neurologist and pharmacologist, appointed to a new chair of research devoted to helping children with epilepsy, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS

July 22, 2008
Tyson Roffey to Chief Information Officer, The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Dewar Burnett to Chair of Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital's Board of Directors (ON)
Malcolm Robinson to Chief Executive Officer, Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital (ON)
Tracy Kitch to Vice President Programs and Services, Bloorview Kids Rehab (Toronto)
Cholly Boland to CEO, Headwaters Health Care Centre, (ON)
Graham Scott to supervisor, Kingston General Hospital (ON)
Janet Davidson to interim CEO, Kingston General Hospital (ON)
Ellen Malcolmson to President and CEO, Canadian Diabetes Association

For a three-year searchable history of leadership transitions and appointments across the country, organized by date, click here. Or visit Longwoods Transitions in Healthcare Blog for recent healthcare transitions.

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