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Some might argue that PSWs are more akin to skilled trade workers than medical professionals, but PSWs are often regarded as members of the healthcare hierarchy, falling just "below" registered practical nurses.” - Christine Kelly and Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
 

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What I Learned from my Personal Board of Directors by Arlinda Ruco, MPHPractice-Based Research and Innovation, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
This essay outlines three simple concepts for emerging leaders to maximize their everyday interactions in order to propel their professional and personal development forward.
 

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Breakfast with the Chiefs

  
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Danielle Martin
, VP Medical Affairs and Health System Solutions, Women's College Hospital, and
Maureen O'Neil, OC, President and CEO, Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
Topic: Better NOW - Better HOW?
Location: Sinai Health System, Mount Sinai Hospital, Ben Sadowski Auditorium, 18th Floor, 600 University Avenue, Toronto, ON
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Upcoming Speakers for Breakfast with the Chiefs include:
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  • Peter Pisters, President and CEO, University Health Network.
  • John Daniels, Global Vice President, Healthcare Advisory Services Group, HIMSS Analytics
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Dr. Robert Bell, Deputy Minister of Health & Long-Term Care
Patients First: Heroic Incrementalism for Ontario



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