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An Ounce of Prevention by Jennifer Zelmer

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Congratulations to HealthAchieve2012’s Award Winners
Leading Practices Award Winners
The Ted Freedman Award for Innovation in Education
The Margret Comack Award of Excellence in Nursing Leadership

A Sabbatical Journey of Discovery: Patient Safety by Mary Ferguson-Paré, 2006

Nursing and the Net by P. M. Hynes-Gay and L. M. Nagle (Nursing Leadership 2000)

New term: QuickCare Clinic in Manitoba

In Saskatoon: Simple hospital innovation saves time and money.

Comparing Alberta Health Services to the rest of Canada. – four years ago.

Go west. Alberta and British Columbia have the opportunities.

Katherine Lippel illustrates that 38% of Canadian direct care workers (in long term care facilities) were exposed to actual physical violence on a daily basis. In the Scandinavian countries, only 7% of comparable workers reported threatened or actual violence on a daily basis. Read about “Law, Public Policy and Mental Health in the Workplace” in the special issue of HealthcarePapers, Mental Health in the Workplace, sponsored by CAMH.

Here is a consumer page you might enjoy. Includes apps, body maps, good guides and more: Healthymagination from GE

Healthcare Quarterly
Engaging Instincts to Improve Leadership Performance: A Case Study
Reflections on Leadership in Healthcare: The Past 50 Years
Nursing Leadership
Twenty Years of donnerwheeler: What We've Learned
Healthcare Policy
Availability of Healthcare Resources, Positive Ratings of the Care Experience and Extent of Service Use: An Unexpected Relationship
Electronic Healthcare
Access to Test Results "The Number One Reason" Why Patients Use a Portal according to Sunnybrook MyChart™ Users
World Health and Population
Engaging Men in Family Planning Services Delivery: Experiences Introducing the Standard Days Method® in Four Countries



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Dr. Chris Tebutt to Vice President Academic and Medical Affairs of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, Barrie, ON
Bernard J. Tyson to Chairman and COO of Kaiser Permanente, USA
Dr. Robert Thirsk to Vice-President, Public, Government and Institute Affairs at CIHR, Ottawa ON
Dr. Michael DeGagne to President and Vice-Chancellor, Nipissing University, North Bay ON
Penelope (Penny) Marrett to President and CEO, The Canadian Health Food Association (CHFA), Toronto ON
Ian Cullwick to Vice-President, Leadership & Human Resources Research, The Conference Board of Canada, Ottawa ON
Dr. Martine Dubuc to Chief Food Safety Officer at Inspections Canada, Ottawa ON
Marcia Visser to Chair of Ontario Hospital Association Board, Toronto ON

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