Western Consultation


CHHRN Consultation on Innovations in Health Human Resources


CHHRN Consultation:

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 participate in a consultation about new and innovative models in health human resources policy, planning and management.

  • Date: Monday February 27th 2012
  • Time: 9am-5pm (breakfast and lunch will be provided).
  • Location: Grand Ballroom at the Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver

The event will include a series of short panel presentations with experts who will share some of the latest tools and innovations in HHR planning/decision making. 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.

Consultation Report

For those unable to attend the entire or part of the workshop, we invite you to contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to receive a copy of the pre-conference workshop report. The report will also be available on the CHHRN website.

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


pdfCHHRN Western Hub Consultation Dr. Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
pdfTaking Evidence on Health Human Resource Policy to the Field: Are we moving the Yardsticks or the Goal Posts? Keynote Speaker Dr. Rachlis
pdfHealth Human Resources Metrics Indexing Effort David Williams
pdfCHHRN-CHSRF Knowledge Summeraries, Decision Supports & Policy Briefs Stephen Petersen, MSc & Gillian Mulvale, PhD
pdfNHSRF HHR Toolkit Dr. David Gass
on behalf of NSHRF
pdfThe CIHC: Observations & Reflections John Gilbert

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.