Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Forward this email to a colleague
Stay Connected
    Like Longwoods eLetter September 27, 2016 | Gaps in the Mental Health Story on Facebook share on Twitter


It is shocking we have this kind of room for beds and treatment while people are dying on the street,” Alberta Liberal leader Dr. David Swann. Alberta reluctant to immediately fill acres of empty space at Calgary hospitals


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.

Off The Cuff

Mental Health

Special/Sponsored Full Issues on Mental Health made available to the readers for free

Minister Hoskins affirms his $85 Million Funding Commitment to Primary Care Teams over the Next Three Years

Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne announces $4.1M for community health service providers

New report decries "patchwork" approach to seniors care in Canada

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

Already under investigation, Toronto doctor accused of touching patient inappropriately

Doctor convicted of misconduct gets suspension, must have chaperone

Sask. registered nurse admits to forging sick notes

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 and Rotman 
Register here

Upcoming Speakers
November 16, 2016  – Chris Power, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute

Our Editors Recommend

Healthcare Quarterly
Performance Measurement for People with Multimorbidity and Complex Health Needs
Walter P. Wodchis
Responsibility for Canada's Healthcare Quality Agenda: Interviews with Canadian Health Leaders
Terrence Sullivan, Fredrick D. Ashbury, Jason Pun, Barbara M. Pitt, Nina Stipich and Jasmine Neeson
Healthcare Policy
The Search is on for Coherent Performance Measurement in Healthcare Organizations. Has Quebec Reached a Crossroads?
Philippe Fache, Claude Sicotte and Étienne Minvielle
Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership
Nurse Leaders’ Perceptions of Influence of Organizational Restructuring on Evidence-Informed Decision-Making
Judith A. Spiers, Eliza Lo, Anne Hofmeyer and Greta G. Cummings
World Health and Population
Performance of Universal Health Insurance: Lessons from South Korea
Sangho Moon and Jaeun Shin



More | Add your conference


  • 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


Follow us on Twitter and be notified of new jobs as soon as they are posted
100+ career opportunities
Post a position readers include Allied Health professionals. These are people involved with the delivery of health or related services pertaining to the identification, evaluation and prevention of diseases and disorders; dietary and nutrition services; rehabilitation and health systems management; this includes dental hygienists, diagnostic medical sonographers, dieticians, medical technologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, radiographers, respiratory therapists, and speech language pathologists. Post your job ads here.
REMINDER - Are you a journal subscriber? Go to and Create an Account. This eLetter is a weekly must read on national & local healthcare information, news, online essays & events. To Unsubscribe click on the link at the bottom of this page.

The Longwoods™ eLetter may be re-distributed freely. Just forward this email message.

The Longwoods™ eLetter is normally published every Tuesday morning. Don't reply to this email letter. Instead, write the publisher.

Copyright 2016 Longwoods™ Publishing Corporation, publishers of academic, scientific and professional journals.

Please read our Privacy Statement. Longwoods™ Publishing Corporation, 260 Adelaide Street, East, #8, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 1N1

Home | About Us | Subscriptions | Contact | Healthcare Jobs | Sign up for the Longwoods eLetter | Unsubscribe Here

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Longwoods Publishing · 260 Adelaide St. E., Box 8 · Toronto, ON M5A 1N1 · Canada