Presentations

http://www.hfhg.ca/images/1000-A-Pres-08NHLConf.jpg We believe that the best solutions in healthcare innovation need to be shared across jurisdictions. HFHG develops and provides highly professional and comprehensible presentations and publications to communicate amongst clients, stakeholders and healthcare organizations and leaders who are seeking excellence through national conferences and peer reviewed journals.
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“Injury Prevention in Canada’s Last Frontier, Nunavut”

(BIAC) The Brain Injury Association of Canada, Annual Conference
Charlottetown, PEI - August 2011


“Healthcare in the Last Frontier: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Strategic Planning”

Interdisciplinary PhD Conference
Dalhousie University - May 2011


"Guest Speaker:  National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Day"

Tobique First Nation, NB - September 2010


“Search and Rescue: The Central Ontario Chronic Kidney Disease Screening, Intervention & Prevention Project for First Nations”

NAHO 2009 Annual Conference
Ottawa, ON - November 2009

FNIHB 2nd Biennial Research Meeting
Ottawa, ON - May 2010

Insight’s Aboriginal Health Forum
Toronto, ON - May 2010


“Achieving Equity in Canadian Aborignial Healthcare: The Case”

Ontario Public Health Assoc. (OPHA) 2009 Annual Conference
“Building the Future”
Toronto, ON - November 2009


“Health Equity: Our Global Responsibility”

16th Canadian Conference on International Health
Ottawa, ON - October 2009


“HEALTH POLICY”

McMcaster University - SIHI Aboriginal Health Conference
McMaster Student International Health Initiatives
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON - February 2009


"Understanding Today's Aboriginal Health Care Delivery System:
Strategies for Moving Forward"

inSIGHT's 3rd Aannual Aboriginal Health Forum
St. Andrew's Club & Convention Centre
Toronto, ON - December 2008


"Rationalizing Aboriginal Healthcare Funding Allocation:
Resource Accounting & Financial Game Theory Solutions"

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NAHO SPEAKER SERIES
Ottawa, ON - October 2008

Published in Healthcare Quarterly Vol.11 no.3 2008, p54-60


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"The Missing Link in Native Care: Resource Accounting & The KS Solution"

2008 National Healthcare Leadership Conference
Session Topic: Accountability – Alignment of Needs
and Resource Placement
Saskatoon, SK - 2 June 2008

Resource accounting principles provide more effective planning for regionalized Native health care delivery by driving best management practices, since cost effectiveness is measured. Major improvements to Aboriginal health in New Zealand and Australia were facilitated through the adoption of such methods, rather than cash accounting by regions. Multiple funding sources and fragmented delivery of our Aboriginal health can be remedied through similar adoption of such principles.
Published in Healthcare Quarterly Vol.11 no.3 2008, p54-60


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"The Learning Model of Integrated Care (LMIC)"

2007 National Healthcare Leadership Conference
Session Topic: Workplace Culture and Change Management
Toronto, ON - June 2007

To promote a non-hierarchical team structure, optimize administrative procedures and resource allocation, a new model of integrated care has been implemented at the Oshawa Health Centre. The centre is being managed under an innovative adaptation of the learning organization model (Senge, 1990), entitled the ”Learning Model of Integrated Care‘ (LMIC). Through actively engaging team members in identifying and solving problems, the organization is empowered to continuously experiment, adapt, and improve. Study results indicate high levels of efficiency, client, and practitioner satisfaction. (Please see Projects for more information.)


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"Physician Assistants: An Update"

2007 National Healthcare Leadership Conference
Poster Presentation
June 2007

The use of Physician Assistants has been suggested to alleviate physician shortages. This presentation reviews the history and role of the Physician Assistant (PA), both in Canada and internationally, and outlines the emerging clinical competencies of this provider to fulfill the role of physician extender. Recent experiences of Canadian PAs and various provincial initiatives are reported. Incorporation strategies for the PA will be discussed. (Please see Publications and Projects for more information.)