Knowledge to Action– Enabling the Best Healthcare for Canada’s Children and Youth

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Synopsis:

Take the Stage - Be the Voice - Make a Difference

Please join us on a very special CAPHC Webinar

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Eastern Time)

The CAPHC Board of Directors and CEO are delighted to invite all CAPHC member and partner organizations to a very special webinar in recognition of the importance of our collaboration and shared commitment to enabling the best healthcare for Canada’s children and youth.

Highlights of this webinar will include:

  1. An understanding of how you can take the stage and  impact and improve health services for infants, children and youth in Canada
  2. An opportunity to bring your voice to an advocacy agenda in support of key child and youth healthcare priorities and challenges;
  3. A snapshot of CAPHC’s national programs and collaborative opportunities for you and your respective organizations to make a difference;  and
  4. A conversation with our Board Chair, Vice Chair and CEO about  CAPHC’s 2014 – 2019 Strategic Plan “Knowledge to Action– Enabling the Best Healthcare for Canada’s Children and Youth”

Who should attend?

  • Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, all allied health professionals
  • Administrators, Department Heads, Clinical Directors
  • Educators, researchers
  • Families, youth
  • Policy makers 

This special CAPHC webinar will be an opportunity for CAPHC to share our 2014 – 2019 Strategic Plan before its official launch at this year’s

Annual Conference in Calgary October 19 – 21, 2014

http://conference.caphc.org/

Resources:

Based on the information shared in this presentation, here are some key questions that we want to hear your voices on. Please use the comment section below to share your answers/ideas:

1. What role can you and your organization play in identifying and prioritizing content areas for development by CAPHC?

2. Based on your experience with CAPHC’s knowledge based programs, what advice do you have for the CAPHC Board and management regarding best practices that facilitate the utilization of these programs.

3. How can the CAPHC Board and management improve communication to better engage the membership of CAPHC? 

4. In growing our value proposition do you see new ways that CAPHC can enable the best healthcare for children and youth?

5. How can the CAPHC Board and management improve communication to better engage the membership of CAPHC? 

6. In growing our value proposition do you see new ways that CAPHC can enable the best healthcare for children and youth?

7. When you think about the health of Canadian children & youth and from your (and your organization’s) vantage point, what are the top 3 advocacy topics that CAPHC is best positioned to lead?

8. To be successful in the Advocacy Strategy we are assuming the need to partner and align our efforts with other organizations.  Do you agree?  

9. If so, who do you recommend we consider as key partners in advancing children’s health using an Advocacy platform?

10. Like many organizations to be sustainable in the future CAPHC will need to broaden our revenue base. Are there revenue opportunities we should be looking at the future? (International members, governments, etc.)

Speakers:

Ms. Marilyn Monk, Executive Vice President, Clinical Programs & Services, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, CAPHC Board Chair;

Dr. Peter Fitzgerald, President, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, CAPHC Board Vice Chair

Ms. Elaine Orrbine, President and CEO, CAPHC

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