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Healthcare Quarterly, 12(4) 2009: 46-53
Evaluating Nursing Staff Mix in Long-Term Care: A Comprehensive Framework for Decision-Makers
The connection between care-provider type and patient outcomes is well established. Less well understood, however, is how to evaluate staff mix decision-making aimed at maximizing quality outcomes for care recipients, nursing staff and healthcare systems. From May through November 2008, Eastern Health, the largest regional integrated health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador, conducted a Staff Mix Intervention Project designed, in part, to gauge the effectiveness of the Evaluation Framework to Determine the Impact of Nursing Staff Mix Decisions in assessing the impact of nursing staff mix changes in long-term care. Results reveal that the Evaluation Framework is a useful tool for managers and other decision-makers to use when measuring the comprehensive effects of staff mix changes and planning further human resources modifications.
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Health Systems, Ethics and Knowledge Translation Research on the Implications of H1N1. This rapid response competition will be open for application in early December 2009. The anticipated Registration deadline for the competition will be January 5, 2010 and the anticipated application deadline will be January 18, 2010. The objectiveis to support the prompt initiation of research focused on public health and health care system interventions for H1N1 and to study the differential effects of these responses on vulnerable populations.
Call for Submissions: The Health Council of Canada would like to remind Canadian college and university students that the deadline for submissions for the inaugural Health Innovation Award is December 15, 2009.
From Michael Moore at HealthAchieve2009:
- Filmmaker urges Canadians to stand on guard against 'two Canada's' health care.
- Michael Moore asks Canadians to share their experiences in the Canadian healthcare system with Americans, then sings 'O Canada'.
From the HR Resources Database ....
Workplace harassment affects both women and men in every walk of life, in every level of employment. And yet, it is one of those topics we often avoid discussing frankly for fear of "opening up a can of worms." Let's talk about it - with Management, Human Resources, and staff.
FROM OUR ARCHIVES
HealthcarePapers, 3(2) 2002: 33-39
The Capacity to Change? Workforce Growth in the Health Sector: A U.K. Perspective
Canada is not alone in having to face up to significant human resource (HR) challenges as it debates how healthcare should be managed and delivered in the 21st century.The United Kingdom is having to deal with many similar issues related to demographic change, skills shortages and the drive to "modernize "public services. This commentary highlights some of the main dimensions of HR - related change in the U. K . National Health Service (NHS) to counterpoint the main messages in the lead paper. The primary focus is on examining the key HR aspects of achieving sustained improvement in staffing levels, mix and motivation.
Today's Nurse Jobs:
Exciting Nursing Careers at Interior Health, BC
Registered Practical Nurses - Opportunities are available in Newmarket, Richmond Hill & Thornhill
Opportunities in the new Complex Respiratory Care Program
Opportunities for RN's in the Chronic Health Care Program
Registered Nurses, OBS/Rehab - West Parry Sound Health Centre
Registered Practical Nurses - Durham Region, Fairview Lodge - Whitby, ON
Registered Practical Nurses - Durham Region, Lakeview Manor - Beaverton, ON
RN & RPN positions - Homewood Health Centre, Guelph, ON
RN, Diabetic Education Centre, Centenary Site - RVHS, Scarborough, ON
Nurse Practitioner Clinical Director - Central East CCAC
Positions available across Canada for RNs; RPNs; LPNs
Your Life's Work…In Our Piece of Paradise - VIHA, Vancouver Island, BC
Six (6) Permanent PT RNs, Medicine Care - NBGH, North Bay, ON
Three (3) Permanent Pt Rns, Complex Continuing Care/Rehabilitation - NBGH, North Bay, ON
Six (6) Permanent PT RNs, Medicine Care - NBGH, North Bay, ON
Two (2) Permanent FT RNs + Two (2) Temporary FT RNs +One (1) Permanent PT RN, Acute Inpatient Psychiatry Unit - NBGH, North Bay, ON
Three (3) Permanent PT RNs, Surgery Care Centre - NBGH, North Bay, ON
Registered Nurse - The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
Registered Nurses - Opportunities in London / Middlesex & Huron County
Palliative / Oncology Nurses (RNs) - North Simcoe Muskoka (Based in Barrie)
Occupational Health Nurse - Rouge Valley Health System , Ajax, ON
Paediatric RNs in Wellington County including: Guelph, Puslinch, Clifford, Palmerston, Mount Forest and Erin
Mental Health Nurses in Wellington County including: Guelph, Puslinch, Clifford, Mount Forest & Palmerston
Nurse Practitioner - Adult - Mental Health Program - St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON
Clinical Nurse Specialist - Trauma & Neurosurgery - St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON
RN opportunities are available in Peel & Halton Region including Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke, Oakville and Milton
Registered Nurses - Opportunities in Lanark, Leeds & Grenville including: Smiths Falls, Napanee and Perth
Registered Practical Nurses - Opportunities in Port Hope and Cobourg area
RNs & RPNs - Opportunities in Ottawa & Eastern Counties: including: Nepean, Carleton Place, Cornwall, Glengarry and Rockland
Registered Practical Nurses - Opportunities in Niagara Region including: Niagara Falls, Welland, St. Catharines & Port Colborne
Community RNs for the Home Chemotherapy Team - Peel Region - Mississauga & Brampton
And more ..
For other positions in Healthcare, go to the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet.
Healthcare Facilities are invited to post positions for Front Line Nurses on theFind a Nurse web page. Recruiting agencies can post a nursing position free on Find a Nurse if they are also posting a leadership position on the Longwoods Healthcare JobSheet.
Here's how it works - email the words in a Word document to Susan Hale. We will post the nursing ad on this web page at no charge. Find a Nurse will be promoted in the Longwoods eLetter, which goes out every Tuesday morning to over 40,000+ healthcare readers.
The small print: Please send only one position per posting. The postings can be up to 150 words, plus URL to the webpage of your choice. There will be no charge for Front Line Nursing positions. For all other positions, please contact Susan Hale for rates and details or see the information here.
CAREERS: sent to +40,000 people including Canada's student nurses.
Today's Leadership Positions
Vice President, Medical & Academic Affairs - Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital (HRSRH), Sudbury, ON
Submissions Officer - CADTH, Ottawa, ON
Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences - Douglas College, New Westminster, BC
Director, Public Relations - The Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene, ON
Director of Human Resources, Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital, Arnprior, ON
President and CEO - Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Winnipeg, MB
CEO - Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Regina, SK
Regional V.P. Cancer Services, Windsor Regional Hospital and Erie St. Clair Regional Cancer Program, Cancer Care Ontario
Director of Residential Services - St. Joseph's General Hospital,Comox BC
VP, Forensic Services - BC Mental Health & Addiction Services, Vancouver, BC
Senior Clinical Project Manager - St. Michael's Hospital, Toronto, ON
President & CEO, Quinte Health Care, Quinte (Belleville, Quinte West, Picton and North Hastings), ON
Director, Diagnostic Imaging - PRHC, Peterborough, ON
Director, Renal Program & Outpatient Clinics - PRHC, Peterborough, ON
Director, Medicine & Emergency - PRHC, Peterborough, ON
Skilled Webmaster - Longwoods Publishing, Toronto, ON
Clinical Planning Analyst - Clinical Education - Sidra Medical & Research Center, the Doha Qatar
Career Opportunities at Strata Health
Career Opportunities at Northern Health
Career Opportunities at London Health Sciences
Career Opportunities at Alberta Health Services
Career Opportunities at Vancouver Coastal Health
Career Opportunities at Fraser Health
CONFERENCES & EVENTS
February 24-25, 2010: Toronto ON. The Hospitalist Model. As the hospitalist model has become more widely adopted, many of the challenges identified early on are being resolved, while others are reaching a critical stage. This informative two day event will explore common issues and provide practical solutions to real-word issues facing hospital medicine programs. Register before November 20th to save $200. Details.
February 25-26, 2010: Ottawa, ON. Healthy Workplaces in Action: Working Together to Deliver Quality Care. The 2010 QWQHC Summit is an excellent opportunity to increase your understanding of the importance of healthy workplace environments; learn from and be inspired by individuals and organizations taking action; strengthen networks and connect with colleagues to share experiences, practical strategies, and resources. Early bird deadline ends on November 30th. Register now by clicking here.
Février 25-26, 2010: Ottawa, ON. Pour des lieux de travail sains: Agir ensemble pour des soins de qualité. Le Sommet de 2010 de la CQVT-SSQ est une excellente occasion pour mieux comprendre l'importance de milieux de travail sains; apprendre ce que font concrètement les autres pour améliorer la qualité de vie au travail et vous en inspirer; renforcer vos réseaux et établir des contacts avec des collègues pour partager vos expériences, vos stratégies concrètes et vos es ressources. Enrégistrez.
April 22-24, 2010: Toronto ON. Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership presents "How Effective Leaders Solve Complex Problems". Join the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian Society of Physician Executives to explore solutions to common challenges. Details.
December 1, 2009
Ene Underwoodhas been appointed Chair of the
Commission to Promote Sustainable Child Welfare
Shona Elliott to interim President and CEO of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
Here are the healthcare representatives of the fifth annual list
of the top 100 most powerful women in Canada as
determined by the Toronto-based Women's Executive Network:
Ann Cavoukian, Information & Privacy Commissioner Of Ontario, Toronto
Ann Kaplan, President & CEO, Medicard Finance Inc
Barbara Drew, Ottawa
Barbara Vanderhyden, Corinne Boyer Chair In Ovarian Cancer Research, Professor, Department Of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University Of Ottawa; Senior Scientist, Centre For Cancer Therapeutics, Ottawa Health Research Institute
Cheryl A. Doiron, Halifax
Christine Power, President & CEO, Capital District Health Authority, Halifax
Connie Clerici, President & CEO, Closing The Gap Healthcare Group, Mississauga
Dale Weil, Vice-President & General Manager, Pharmaceutical Solutions; McKesson Canada, St-Laurent
Dianne Doyle, President & CEO, Providence Health Care, Vancouver
Dr. Catherine Zahn, President & CEO, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto
Dr. Judith Shamian, President & CEO, Victorian Order of Nurses
Ida J. Goodreau, Toronto
Ilse Treurnicht, CEO, MaRS Discover District
Inez Jabalpurwala, President, Neuroscience Canada Partnership And Neuroscience Canada Foundation, Montreal
Janet Davidson, President & CEO, Trillium Health Centre
Janice L. Pasieka, Clinical Professor Of Surgery And Oncology, Department Of Surgery, Calgary Health Region, Calgary
Lee Mcdonald, President & CEO, Southmedic Inc., Barrie
Louise Cloutier, Family Physician, Dartmouth.
Manuela Marcheggiani, CEO, Isomers Laboratories Inc., Toronto
Marla Shapiro, Doctor; Toronto
Mary Jo Haddad, President & CEO, Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto
Maura Davies, President & CEO, Saskatoon Health Region, Saskatoon
Paddy Meade, Deputy Minister, Department of Health and Social Services, Edmonton
Shirlee Sharkey, President & CEO, Saint Elizabeth Health Care, Markham
(Longwoods has updated a number of titles and does not warrant that the names and/or positions are accurate as shown)
November 24, 2009
Guy Pratte to Chair of the National Council,
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Paul Lepage to Vice President and General Manager, Healthcare Delivery Solutions, TELUS Health Solutions
Christine Chadwick to Vice President and Market Sector Leader, HOK Health Care in Canada
From Alberta Health Services:
Winnie Bogosoff, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
James Dean, St. Albert, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Cindy Grand, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
David Hook, St. Albert, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Crystal Krueger, Thorsby, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Chad Kulak, Stony Plain, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Donald Langford, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Kathleen LeClair, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Carol Rempel, Warburg, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Barbara Rothe, Sherwood Park, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Daniella San Martin-Feeney, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Wayne Shillington, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Lawrence Tymko, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Catherine Workun, Edmonton, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 7
Bruce Buruma, Red Deer, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Stacey Carmichael, Blackfalds, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Dawna Elliot, Coronation, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Lance Houston, Rocky Mountain House, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Gerald Ingeveld, Sundre, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Randy Littlechild, Hobbema, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Dawn Morrow, Innisfail, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Stephane Perreault, Red Deer, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Diana Rowe, Drumheller, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Lou Soppit, Rocky Mountain House, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Johana Stark, Ponoka, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Leona Thorogood, Stettler, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Jeannette Vatter, Drayton Valley, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Clifford Watt ,Sylvan Lake, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 9
Larry Albrecht, Okotoks, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Luis Delgado, Carseland, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Sandy Durrant, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Debbie Goeseels, Claresholm, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
David Hawkins, Priddis, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Carla Helder, Canmore, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Carmela Hutchison, Irricana, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Clark Kassian, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Ralph Levinson, Airdrie, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Irene Pfeiffer, Okotoks, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Shannon Rennie, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Sandra Robertshaw, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Joginder Sangha, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Kristen Wallace, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Gloria Wilkinson, Calgary, to the Alberta Health Advisory Council 10
Review all recently reported Transitions.
[Don't forget, we don't make these up. Please send your promotions, appointments, retirements and other transitions to email@example.com.]
For a three-year searchable history of leadership transitions and appointments across the country, organized by date, here. Or visit Longwoods Transitions in Healthcare Blog for recent healthcare transitions.
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Cost is $1.00 a word per week (net + gst). Minimum $75.00 (net + gst) per posting. Logos can be included for an additional $20.00 (net + gst) each.
Positions are posted on theJobSheet and promoted in the weekly Longwoods eLetter, which goes out every Tuesday morning to over 40,000+ healthcare readers. Archives.
Note: Discounts apply for multiple week postings (i.e. 10% for 2 weeks, 15% for 3 weeks, 20% for 4 weeks). Postings are billed per week based on word count. All of our recruiting rates are net.
Here's how it works - Send me the words and
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