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Workplace wellness and the challenges of the future

Dr. Peter Pisters, CEO of UNH - interviewed by Karen Christensen of the Globe and Mail
Q: In your first few months as CEO, you encouraged employees to tell you what they liked – and didn’t like – about working there. What did they tell you?
A: The thing that really stood out was that so many of them talked about how much they loved their teams – the people they work with each and every day. Enthusiasm and respect for team members came through uniformly–which is great, because if you think about how healthcare is practised, we provide clinical care in teams, we do research in teams and we provide support services like human resources in teams. Read more here.

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From the Longwoods Archives

Employee assistance professionals' role in creating healthy, productive organizations by Graham S. Lowe Ph.D.

Psychological Health and Safety in Canadian Healthcare Settings by Jennifer Kitts

The Business Case: Collaborating to Help Employees Maintain Their Mental Well-Being by Sari Sairanen, Deanna Matzanke and Doug Smeall

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Transitions

  • Leigh Duncan to Director Government Relations & Communications, Rouge Valley Health System, Toronto, ON
  • Fraser Edward to Vice President of Business Development in Canada, CellTrak Technologies, Cambridge, ON
  • Susan Coke to Executive Director, CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses, Toronto, ON
  • Jatinder Baidwan to Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Advisor, Health Employees Association of BC, Vancouver, BC
  • David Lamb to Director, Health Workforce Planning, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Toronto, ON
  • Lesley Fellows to Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, QC
  • Camille Orridge to Senior Fellow, The Wellesley Institute, Toronto, ON
  • David Williams to Chief Medical Officer of Health, Government of Ontario, Toronto, ON
  • Ian Sinclair to Principal, Health Care Sector Lead, Kasian Architecture, Toronto, ON
  • Fiona Walks to Executive Director, Provincial Health Services Authority, Vancouver, BC
  • Sue Cullen to CEO, Territorial Health and Social Services Authority, Yellowknife, YK
  • Liz Ruegg, retiring as CEO, Headwaters Health Care Centre, Orangeville, ON
  • Richard Bedard to President and CEO, Deep River and District Hospital, Deep River, ON
  • Jeff Reading to Chair heart health research for First Nations People, SFU, Burnaby, BC
  • Thomas Barnes to Director of Digital Marketing, Strategy Institute, Toronto, ON
  • Vanessa Blount to Director Policy and Program Development, ALS Canada, Toronto, ON
  • Kyle Johansen to Interim Sr. Project Manager, Northwest Health Alliance, Thunder Bay, ON
  • Emily O’Sullivan to Clinical Informatics Executive, IBM, Markham, ON
  • Diane Salois-Swallow to co-Chair, Ontario Digital Health Panel, Toronto, ON
  • Eric Benchimol to Program Director, Health Information Technologies Research, CHEO, Ottawa, ON
  • Ghias Butt to Hospitalist, Campbellford Memorial Hospital, Campbellford, ON
  • William Thibert to Interim CEO, Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, Goderich, ON
  • Thomas Schricker to Chief, Department of Anesthesia, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, QC
  • Ed Stelmach to Board Chair, Covenant House, Edmonton, AB
  • Roberta Shear to Director of Obstetrics, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, QC
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