Better Planning, Better Care and Better Work through Better Data

  • Toronto Star: Canada needs better health data infrastructure to support our health care heroes

    By Ivy Lynn Bourgeault and Linda Silas

  • Webinar CanCOVID

    Burnout was already far too common in the healthcare workforce before the pandemic, but COVID-19 has made the situation much worse. Healthcare workers are experiencing endemic levels of burnout directly related to understaffing and work overload.

  • By the Canadian Health Workforce Network

    Canada’s Health Workforce Digital Research Infrastructure Ecosystem

  • COVID-19 and health worker infections: The need for disaggregated intersectional data

    During world health worker week, Oluwatobi Ogundele and Margaret Walton-Roberts take stock of what the pandemic has done to health workers.

  • Thank you to our student award sponsors Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons & Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research

    CHWC 2020 Student Award WINNERS!

    1st place - Katherine Zagrodney
    2nd place - Patrick Timony
    3rd place - Caroline Chamberland-Rowe & 
                     Mara Mihailescu 

  • Pandemic exposing critical gaps in health workforce planning

    Burnout was far too common in the healthcare workforce before the pandemic. COVID-19 has made it much worse. 
    By Ivy Lynn Bourgeault

  • Recent Article

    The COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to develop more sustainable health workforces

  • Read the recent op-ed by CHWN collaborators

    Health-worker deaths from COVID-19 not just about the numbers

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