|1||Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, PhD
Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa, Scientific Director of PHIRN and the Ontario Health Human Resources Research Network funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care. She was recently awarded the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Chair in Health Human Resource Policy which is jointly funded by the federal ministry of Health Canada.
|1||Health Force Ontario
HealthForceOntario is the province’s strategy to ensure that Ontarians have access to the right number and mix of qualified health care providers, now and in the future.
|2||Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council
HPRAC advises the Minister on whether unregulated health professions should be regulated, whether regulated professions should no longer be regulated, amendments to the Regulated Health Professions Act, a health profession act or a regulation under those acts, quality assurance and patient relations programs of Ontario's health regulatory Colleges, and on matters referred to it by the Minister.
|3||Health Canada: Health Human Resource Strategy
This section provides news and information about the evolution of the Pan-Canadian Health Human Resource Strategy, which aims to ensure that Canadians have access to the health providers they need both now and in the future.
|4||Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) is a department of the Government of Canada.
HRSDC’s mission is to build a stronger and more competitive Canada, to support Canadians in making choices that help them live productive and rewarding lives, and to improve Canadians’ quality of life.
|5||Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
For more than a decade, the Foundation has brought researchers and decision makers together to create and apply knowledge to improve health services for Canadians. The Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit corporation, established with endowed funds from the federal government and its agencies, and incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act.
|6||Public Health Agency of Canada: Planning the Public Health Workforce.
The Office of Public Health Practice actively supports the implementation of the Pan-Canadian Framework for Public Health Human Resources Planning, which was approved by the Conference of Deputy Ministers of Health in October, 2005. We do this in collaboration with the task group on Public Health Human Resources of the Public Health Network.
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