CHHRN’S First Anniversary & Central Regional Hub Consultation Better Coordinating HHR Knowledge and Decision-Making

Guest Speaker

CHHRN HHR Tool Presenters

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Charles Godue Christine Covell
CHHRN Library
David Williams
CHHRN Data Directory

CHHRN Decision Making Panel

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Charles Godue Suzanne McGurn Terry Goertzen


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The Pan-Canadian Health Human Resource Network is comprised of national experts, researchers and policymakers involved/interested in health human resources research, policy and/or planning. The goal of the network is to gather, share, exchange and build capacity in high-quality health human resources research and to connect experts, researchers and policy/decision makers to better coordinate research and support the development and implementation of high quality, evidence-based, HHR policies and best practices.
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CHHRN Consultation

The Westin Ottawa
The regional hub leads of the Pan-Canadian Health Human Resources Network (CHHRN): Dr. Morris Barer, Lead coordinator of the Western Hub, Dr. Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Lead Coordinator of the Central hub and Dr. Gail Tomblin-Murphy, Lead Coordinator of the Eastern Hub are inviting all experts, researchers, policy decision-makers and knowledge users interested in health human resources research, policy and/or planning to join CHHRN’s one year anniversary and participate in the discussion on how to better coordinate HHR knowledge and decision-making across Canada.

** Registration is free **

  • Date: Monday October 1st, 2012
  • Time: 9am-1:30pm (breakfast and lunch will be provided)
  • Location: Governor General 3, The Westin Ottawa

** Please note this consultation will be conducted in English only **

The event will include a keynote address by Charles Godue whom will provide an international perspective on the need for an HHR Observatory and a decision-maker panel whom will discuss some of the challenges they are facing in HHR and how CHHRN can help to adress some of these challenges. There will be opportunities for dialogue to generate ideas, feedback and suggestions from participants regarding issues and barriers to the implementation of these innovative models/tools and strategies for moving the latest HHR innovations forward.


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Regrettably, we are unable to provide any financial assistance to attend this event.

Health Canadacihr logo1This initiative has been generously funded by grants from Health Canada and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the funders.