Members’ Platform

Welcome to the CHWN Members Platform, in progress of being updated this summer, 2020.
You can undertake a basic name search using the search above or an advanced search of areas of expertise/interest using the button on the right.
New this year are organizational members (indicated at the top by their logos) as well as individual members.
We're happy to receive your feedback on this new approach and design at info@hhr-rhs.ca

RCPS-CHWN has 114 registered members

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Expertise / Interest
Stuart Iglesias
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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
Jesse Kancir
Past-President
Canadian Federation of Medical Students
Ontario
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Education, training, competencies and entry to practice requirements/credentials, Governance and professional regulation, Recruitment – locally and internationally, Remuneration, funding and financing, Leadership and talent management, Workforce development/continuing competence/employee engagement, Workforce planning, Internationally educated health workers/ professionals
Jan Kasperski
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Alan Katz
professor
University of Manitoba
Manitoba
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Interprofessional education/collaboration initiatives/overlapping scopes of practice and task shifting initiatives, Remuneration, funding and financing, Workforce planning, Quality of care/health outcomes
Kelly Kay
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Megan Klammer
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Island Health
British Columbia
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Cary Kogan
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Karl Koziura
British Columbia
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Gender Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership, Integrated Models of Care, Recruitment, Retention / Turnover
Boris Kralj
Adjunct Assistant Professor
McMaster University
Ontario
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Gender Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, Productivity, Workforce Development / Continuing Professional Education, Geographic Distribution, Retention / Turnover, Remuneration, Funding & Financing, Mobility & Migration
Ruchie Lamba
Manager, Practitioner Affairs
Government of Northwest Territories
Northwest Territories
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Expanded roles for existing professionals, Education, training, competencies and entry to practice requirements/credentials, Governance and professional regulation, Interprofessional education/collaboration initiatives/overlapping scopes of practice and task shifting initiatives, New Professional roles, Productivity/system efficiency, Recruitment – locally and internationally, Remuneration, funding and financing, Return on investment for HR programs and practices, Retention/turnover/work-life issues/workplace violence, Unionization and collective bargaining issues, Leadership and talent management, Workforce development/continuing competence/employee engagement, Gender and HHR, Aging and HHR, Workforce integration, Migration, Workforce planning, Quality of care/health outcomes, Role clarity, Professionalization, Worklife issues/workplace violence/healthy work environment