Hugh Armstrong

Hugh Armstrong

Hugh Armstrong
Professor Emeritus
Carleton University
Expanded roles for existing professionals, Education, training, competencies and entry to practice requirements/credentials, Interprofessional education/collaboration initiatives/overlapping scopes of practice and task shifting initiatives, New Professional roles, Productivity/system efficiency, Remuneration, funding and financing, Unionization and collective bargaining issues, Workforce development/continuing competence/employee engagement, Gender and HHR, Aging and HHR, Internationally educated health workers/ professionals, Professionalization, Worklife issues/workplace violence/healthy work environment
Allied Health Care Workers, Midwives, Nurses, Personal Support Workers / Health Care Aides, Physician Assistants, Unpaid caregivers, Unregulated health care workers
Comparative studies – regional, national & international, Policy Analysis, Labour economics, Other
Clients, patients and consumers, Low income pop. in urban areas
Health / Community Care, Primary Care, Private care sector, Public Health / Prevention, Research, Rehabilitation / Sports Medicine, Tertiary / Hospitals Care, Long Term Care, Intersectoral