Webinar Series

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The Canadian Health Workforce Network (CHWN) is launching the 2020 webinar series, a collaboration between health workforce knowledge users, decisionmakers, and stakeholders.
To reserve your place, please register using the button below. 

 

November Webinar- November 25th @1-2pm

Mental_Health-1.png Theme: Mental Health Care

 Topic: COVID-19 and the Mental Health and Substance Use Workforce

 Presenters: Mary Bartram, Ph.D., RSW, Director, COVID-19 Policy, Mental Health Commission of Canada

Karen Cohen, Ph.D., C. Psych, CEO, Canadian Psychological Association

Rebecca Jesseman, Director of Policy, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Summary: With the mental health and substance use impacts of COVID-19 expected to be complex and long-lasting, mental health and substance use service providers are at the forefront of the response. This webinar will provide an overview of a new CIHR-funded study into the capacity of the mental health and substance use workforce to respond to COVID-19, including preliminary findings from a literature review and perspectives from policy and practice

 

OCTOBER WEBINAR- October 22nd @1-2pm | Recording available soon

 Governance_and_Regulation_-1.png Theme: Governance and Regulation

  Topic: Setting a Research Agenda for Health Workforce Regulation and Governance in Canada

Presenters: Dr. Kate Leslie and Dr. Ivy Bourgeault, moderated by Dr. Tracey Adams

September Webinar - WEBINAR MATERIALS AVAILABLE HERE Recording Available soon

Theme: Health workforce response to COVID-19

Topic: Health Workforce Strategies to Help Ensure Optimal Supply & Health System Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Presenters: Ali Coates and Mara Mihailescu with an introduction by Jennifer Zelmer and Ivy Bourgeault

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Archived Webinars, Presentations, Podcasts (2013-2015)

Nov. 4th, 2015-  Improving Care and Support for Unpaid Caregivers in Ontario: Findings from a Citizen Panel - Michael Wilson, McMaster Health Forum

Oct. 29th, 2015- Primary Care Provider Perception of the Challenges of Managing Patients with Mental-Physical Multimorbidity: A Qualitative Study- Matthew Menear, Laval University

Oct. 21st, 2015- Establish a Succession Platform Which Responds to Your Regional Demographics -Heather Murchison, North West Local Health Integration Network

March 3rd, 2015- Psychiatry Workforce: Meeting the Needs: More Psychiatrists or role clarification?

Feb. 19th, 2015- Health Workforce New Zealand: Forecasting Methodology

Feb. 11th, 2015- Unemployed Physicians in Canada: Who are they and why is this happening?

Jan. 20th, 2015- National Registration and Accreditation

Jan. 15th, 2015- Conducting Comparative Policy Research in the Real World: Lessons from a Cross-Provincial Review of Team Based Primary Health Care

Dec. 16th, 2015- Bridging the Silos: Moving to Integrated Health Care Provider Funding Models in Canada

June 24th, 2014- Health Professions Regulation in the U.S.: What are the issues?

June 19th, 2014- Moving from Barriers to Facilitators: Funding and remuneration models that better optimize health professional scopes of practice

June 10th, 2014- The Law and Interprofessional Collaboration in Canada

June 5th, 2014- Building a Healthcare Human Resources Database Index: 5 not-so-simple steps

March 25th, 2014- Occupational Therapists in Community Mental Health

March 19th, 2014- The Geoportal of Minority Health (also available in french)

March 12th, 2014- The ROI in Team- Developing a Return on Investment Framework for Team-Based Care

March 6th, 2014- Transforming Musculoskeletal Care in Alberta: Moving Upstream with Collaborative Teams in Primary Care

Feb. 20th, 2014- Of Walls, Moats, and Ceilings: Reconceiving HHR in the Era of Quality Improvement(Revisiting Scopes of Practice)

Jan. 16th, 2014- Enhancing Primary Health Care Delivery in the Inner City Through Interprofessional Teamwork

Dec. 19th, 2013- Interprofessional Teams in the Chinook Primary Care Network