Hugh Armstrong

Hugh Armstrong

Hugh Armstrong
Professor Emeritus
School of Social Work
Carleton University
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  • 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, 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
Community care/home care, Primary care, Private care sector, Public health, Research sector, Rehabilitation, Hospitals/tertiary care, Long Term Care, Intersectoral
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