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Breakfast with the Chiefs 

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Christine Elliott, Ontario Patient Ombudsman Designate
Location: University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, Fleck Atrium, 105 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
SponsorsCernerCFHICIHIHIROCIBM,  National Research, Santis Health, and Rotman 
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Upcoming Speakers
November 16, 2016  – Chris Power, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute

From the Longwoods Archives

Just Released!

Nursing Leadership 29.2: Special Focus on the Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute 

Gaps in the Mental Health Story: A Chance to Do Good - An Open Letter from Catherine Zahn
Canada’s political leaders have the once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring justice to those who live with mental illness. They can choose to mandate equitable access to evidence-based mental healthcare and supports for all Canadians. The time has come to effect real, historic change. We can address mental illness head on with a modest, rational and effective investment of resources. We’ll accrue an amazing return on that investment – economically and socially.

Dr. Samir Sinha helped Ontario develop a senior care strategy. He spoke about it on Metro Morning today. Click here to listen.

Longwoods Videos

Panel Discussion on Patient Engagement

An 8 Part Series: Part One : The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

DocMikeEvans: The science of making us happy!

Watch Breakfast with the Chiefs' videos here


  • Kevin Reel to Ethicist, Client Experience and Outcomes, Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre, Toronto, ON
  • Walter Blanco to Senior Consultant, Technology Services, Cardiac Care Network of Ontario, Toronto, ON
  • Robert Webster to Clinical Quality Lead, South East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), Belleville, ON
  • Jamie McCracken to Chair of the Ontario Hospital Association's (OHA) Board of Directors, Toronto, ON
  • Brian Golden to Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, Ottawa, ON
  • Judah Denberg to Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, Ottawa, ON
  • Graham Watt to Director, Public Sector, Microsoft Canada, Mississauga, ON         
  • Jennifer Zelmer to Research Fellow, CD Howe Institute, Toronto, ON
  • Andrew Lynk to Chief, Department of Pediatrics, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, NS
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