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CHWN Infographics and Posters

Infographics and Posters published by the Canadian Health Workforce Network from 2020 to present can be found here. To search by theme or sector, visit the Research portion of our website and explore our leads' pages.

2023

December - CHWN Intro to Health Occupations in Canada - Ivy Bourgeault

December - CHWN Library - Ivy Bourgeault

December - CHWN Microprogram - Ivy Bourgeault, Raha Mirshahi

December - Interprofessional Team-Based Primary Care Asynchronous Virtual Simulation Modules for Dietetic Education - Isabelle Giroux, Joie Shaw, et al.

December - A Modern Data Architecture for Health Workforce Planning in Canada - Dax Bourcier and Sarah Simkin

December - The Health Worker Burnout Toolkit provides evidence-informed resources to organizations to support the mental health of their workers - Melissa Corrente, Houssem Ben-Ahmed, et al.

June - Integrated Primary Care Workforce Planning in Toronto - Sarah Simkin, Dax Bourcier

May (CAHSPR) - Family Medicine Workforce Trends in Ontario: Context & Policy Implications - Sarah Simkin, Arthur Sweetman, Moyo Sogaolu, Ivy Bourgeault 

May (CAHSPR) - Healthcare workers' mental health and workplace stressors during the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for retention - Jungwee Park, Ivy Bourgeault

May (CAHSPR) - Health Workforce Data for Planning Purposes in Canada: Current State, Challenges, and Future Directions - Katherine A.P. Zagrodney, Sarah Simkin, Dax Bourcier, Ivy Bourgeault

May (CAHSPR) Factors associated with the intention to leave the position among health care providers (HCPs) in Saskatchewan (preliminary results) Tasbeen Akhtar Sheekha, Juan-Nicolás Peña-Sánchez, Noelle Rohatinsky

May (CAHSPR) Burnout and moral distress perception of health care providers (HCPs) in Saskatchewan (preliminary results) – Tasbeen Akhtar Sheekha, Juan-Nicolás Peña-Sánchez, Noelle Rohatinsky

May (CAHSPR) Wellbeing and Professional Intentions of Health Care Providers in Saskatchewan (preliminary results) – Tasbeen Akhtar Sheekha, Juan-Nicolás Peña-Sánchez, Noelle Rohatinsky

May (Microprogram) - Policy Brief: Retain Nurses and Advance the Role of the Primary Care Registered Nurse (RN) in Canada - Mia McDonald

May (Microprogram) - Policy Brief: Workforce Retention in Long-Term Care Homes - Jen Calver

May - Mental Health, Leaves of Absence and Return to Work Experiences of Health Professionals in Canada & the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Henrietta Akuamoah-Boateng, Jelena Atanackovic, Kim McMillan, Sarah Simkin & Renata Khalikova

2022

December (CHWC) - The Unique Mental Health, Leaves of Absence and Return to Work Experiences of Black, Indigenous and Professionals of Colour - Henrietta Akuamoah-Boateng, Jelena Atanackovic, Nabeelah Ahmed, Chaman Akoo, Abby Ayoub, Nour Elmestekawy Kenchera Ingraham, Tala Maragha, Justine Pascual, Swathi Ramachandran, Shamel Rolle, Ivy Bourgeault

July - HPW Health Professions: Mental Health & COVID-19

February - Empowering Nursing in Canada: A set of Reactive and Proactive Evidence-based Solutions - Dr. Houssem Eddine Ben Ahmed & Dre. Ivy Lynn Bourgeault

2021

November - COVID-19 Impacts on the Mental Health and Substance Use Health (MHSUH) Workforce in Canada - Jelena Atanackovic, Mary Bartram, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Caroline Chamberland-Rowe, Jesse Klaus, Kathleen Leslie, Raha Mirshahi, Danielle Rice, Christine Tulk

2020

December (CHWC) - Providers of Language-Appropriate Health Care Providers are Scarce: Self-declared language capabilities of the healthcare workforce in Ontario - Chantal Demers, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Andrew Leal, Sarah Simkin, Arthur Sweetman

December (CHWC) - Equity, Safety & Health Outcomes: The Case for a National Minimum Data Standard around Health Workforce Language Data in Canada - Chantal Demers, Lise Richard, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault