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wEBinaires 2022 

Juin - Long-Term Care in Crisis - The Reality of COVID-19 - Presenters: Andrea Baumann, Associate Vice-President, Global Health, McMaster University; Mary Crea-Arsenio, Senior Research Analyst, Global Health, McMaster University - CLIQUEZ ICI POUR REGARDER LE WEBINAIRE

Mai - Country Roundtables Canada - The Pandemic and the Health Workforce Research on Impacts and Responses in Canada. Presenters: Neeru Gupta, Associate Professor, Sociology, University of New Brunswick; Mary Bartram, Director, Policy Mental Health Commission of Canada, Kate Leslie, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Disciplines at Athabasca University; Steve Slade, Director, Research, The College of Family Physicians of Canada; and Ivy Bourgeault, Director, Canadian Health Workforce Network - CLIQUEZ ICI POUR REGARDER LE WEBINAIRE

Mai - Country Roundtables United States - The Pandemic and the Health Workforce: Research on Impacts and Responses in the US. Presenters: David Armstrong, Director, Health Workforce Technical Assistance Center, School of Public Health, University at Albany (SUNY); Bianca Frogner, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Director, Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington, School of Medicine; Susan Chapman, Deputy Director, Health Workforce Research Center on Long-Term Care, Professor, UCSF School of Nursing, Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences University of California, San Francisco; Brianna Lombardi, Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, Deputy Director for the Carolina Health Workforce Research Center at the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research; and Jean Moore, Director, Center for Health Workforce Studies, School of Public Health, University of Albany (SUNY) - CLIQUEZ ICI POUR REGARDER LE WEBINAIRE

Mai - Country Roundtables United Kingdom - Pandemic and the Health Workforce: Research on Impacts and Responses in the UK. Presenters: Katherine Checkland, Jon Gibson, Sharon Spooner, Andy Knapton, Morag Macpherson and Ben Tait - CLIQUEZ ICI POUR REGARDER LE WEBINAIRE

Mai - Country Roundtable Australia/New Zealand - How do we build and maintain more flexibility in our health workforce to support integrated care in future? - Presenters: Nick Lord, National Director, Engagement and Government Relations, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency; Professor Sabina Knight, Director, JCU Central Queensland Centre for Rural and Remote Health; Emeritus Professor Des Gorman, School of Medicine, University of Auckland; Mr. Chris Robertson, Executive Director, Strategy and Policy, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - CLIQUEZ ICI POUR REGARDER LE WEBINAIRE

Janvier - A Path to Improving Health Workforce Planning, Policy & Management in Canada - Presenters: Eric Sutherland, Executive Director, pan-Canadian Health Data Strategy, Public Health Agency of Canada; Deborah Cohen, Director, Pharmaceuticals and Health Workforce Information Services, CIHI; Katherine Smart, President, Canadian Medica Association; Linda Silas, President, Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions; Ivy Bourgeault, Lead, Canadian Health Workforce Network - Click here to watch the WEBINAR

wEBinaires 2021 

Decembre - Integrated Primary Health Workforce Planning in the City of Toronto: Inputs, Process, Outputs & Impact - Presenters: Cynthia Damba, Manager, Health Analytics, Ontario Health Toronto; Ting Lim, Consultant, Health Analytics, Ontario Health Toronto; Nathalie Sava, Senior Planner, Health Analytics, Ontario Health Toronto
Sarah Simkin, University of Ottawa, Canadian Health Workforce Network; Caroline Chamberland-Rowe, PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa; Maternity Care Thematic Lead, Canadian Health Workforce Network; Anne-Marie Tynan, Research Program Manager, Centre for Research on Inner City Health, St-Michael's Hospital. Panelists: Ivy Bourgeault, PhD, Professor in the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies at the University of Ottawa and Lead of the Canadian Health Workforce Network; Rick Glazier, MAP Centre for Urban Health Solutions, St. Michael's Hospital; St. Michael's Hospital Academic Family Health Team; ICES (Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences); Family and Community Medicine and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto; Curtis Handford, MD CCFP MHSc, Medical Director, Primary & Community Care Program, St Michael's Hospital, Co-Lead, Downtown-East Toronto Family Physician Network; Cynthia Damba, Manager, Health Analytics, Ontario Health Toronto. CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR VIDEO 

Novembre - COVID-19 and the Mental Health and Substance Use Health Workforce - Presenters: Mary Bartram, Ph.D., RSW, Director, COVID-19 Policy, Mental Health Commission of Canada; Jelena Atanackovic, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate, University of Ottawa; Kim Hollihan, EdD, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association; Gord Garner, Executive Director, Community Addictions Peer Support Association and Bonnie Wong, Executive Director, Hong Fook Mental Health Association - PPT in English / PPT in French - CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR VIDEO

Octobre - Using Geographic and System Mapping to Understand the Factors Shaping Pregnant People’s Experiences Choosing and Accessing a Maternity Care Provider in Ontario’s Champlain Region - Presenters: Caroline Chamberland-Rowe, PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa; Maternity Care Thematic Lead, Canadian Health Workforce Network; CIHR Health System Impact Fellow, Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program and Darlene Rose, Regional Director, Champlain Maternal Newborn Regional Program - CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBINAR VIDEO

Mars - COVID Impact on the Health Workforce - A 1-year Retrospective - Presenters: Bianca K. Frogner, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Washington - CLICK HERE FOR THE PPT PRESENTATION

25 février - Interprofessional Health Workforce Education and Planning: Why We All Need to Work Together - Presenters: Erin P. Fraher, PhD, MPP is an Associate Professor (with tenure) in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Medicine; Barbara Fifield Brandt, PhD, EdM, FNAP is the Founding Director of the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education at the University of Minnesota (UMN); Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, PhD, is a Professor in the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies at the University of Ottawa and the University Research Chair in Gender, Diversity and the Professions -  WEBINAR MATERIALS COMING

3 février - Health & Wellness in the Canadian Armed Forces and the Department of National Defence - Presenters: Major-Général Marc Bilodeau, Canadian Armed Forces' Surgeon General, CD, MD - Moderator: Brenda Gamble, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Science, PhD - Webinar materials available here/WEBINAR VIDEo

wEBinaires 2020 

Novembre - COVID-19 and the Mental Health and Substance Use Workforce - PresentersMary 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 - WEBINAR VIDEO

Octobre - 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 - WEBINAR VIDEO 

Septembre - 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 - WEBINAR MATERIALS AVAILABLE HERE WEBINAR VIDEO

WEBINAIRES ARCHIVÉS, PRÉSENTATIONS, 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