The Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education
Call for Submissions
for the 2019 Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education!
Longwoods Publishing, in cooperation with the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR), invites you to submit your ‘Innovation in Education’ program that advocates and enables education in health, health services or health management at a healthcare organization.
This prestigious award is open to all healthcare organizations and recognizes those individuals or organizations that inspire, advocate and enable education in health, health services and healthcare management. A representative from the winning organization will be recognized during the CAHSPR Conference, May 29–31, 2019 in Halifax, NS.
Submission Deadline is Friday, March 15, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Click here to download Submission Guidlines
The 2018 Ted Freedman Award was awarded to the Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care. In recognition of: SOS Educational App for Healthcare: Improved Clinical Reasoning through Simulation & Game-Based Learning. The award was presented at CAHSPR 2018 in Montreal and accepted by Raquel Meyer (Shown here with Ted Freedman).
Click here to download the submission.
Thank you to this year’s esteemed panel of judges, Ted Freedman; Matthew Anderson, President & CEO of Lakeridge Health; Rhonda Cockerill, Acting Director of The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto; Frank Markel, Executive Director, Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research; and Rebecca Hart, Publisher, Longwoods Publishing.
In 2000 the Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education was created.
Ted Freedman was the surprised honoree of an annual award launched by Healthcare Quarterly in cooperation with Agilent Technologies. The award recognizes those people who inspire, advocate and enable education in healthcare. The winners are honoured with a self-portrait in bronze of the artist as a patient recovering from brain surgery by award-winning sculptor Amy Switzer of Barrie, Ontario.
Click here for the history of the Ted Freedman Award and its past winners.