In this video, Debbie Laliberte Rudman, a member of the CRHESI Steering Committee, shares her work and research at the School of Occupational Therapy at Western Health Sciences.
The Patient-Centred Innovations for Persons with Multimorbidity (PACE in MM) is a Community Based Primary Health Care Team grant funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). PACE in MM is sponsoring this Multimorbidity Symposium on Wednesday August 10th, 1:30-4:00 pm EST, at the Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine, Room 1120, Western University, London, ON; there is no cost to attend this event.
Dr. Natasha Lane – Multimorbidity and Disability in Long-Term Care Residents: Where do Geriatric Syndromes Fit in this Clinical Story?
Dr. Carri Hand – Measuring Holistic, Patient Reported Outcomes in Interprofessional Primary Care
Kathryn Nicholson – Examining the Prevalence, Patterns and Progression of Multimorbidity among Adult Primary Health Care Patients in Canada
Dr. Pauline Boeckxstaens – Goal Oriented Care for Multimorbidity: From Measuring Multimorbidity as a Clinician-Researcher towards the Development of an Interdisciplinary Clinical Approach that can be Measured
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Can’t attend in person? Watch or participate virtually at: https://ca.bbcollab.com/guest/94F2B069717D13389B11AF098AF243BC
Wilfrid Laurier University is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow for a full‐time, one year fellowship with Dr Josephine McMurray in the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics (up to two years of funding is possible based on productivity and support).
The successful candidate’s primary responsibility will be to coordinate and conduct research activities for the NCE AGE‐WELL funded research project Developing Regional Health innovation Ecosystems (DRiVE), though other opportunities for collaborative research may be available dependent upon funding and time. The position is full time and available immediately, but the start date is negotiable. The Fellow will work from the Laurier Brantford campus location at least two days a week. Some travel will be required. See more details here.
Creating a more culturally diverse and inclusive workplace is a key challenge facing many non-profit leaders. Is it a priority for you? The Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) is hosting the last “Leading The Conversation: Inclusion in Non-Profits” training this coming September 2016.
In 2014, Ontario Non-profit Network (ONN) identified diversity as one of the top five challenges for non-profit leaders (Shaping the Future: Leadership in Ontario’s Non-profit Labour Force, Ontario Non-profit Network, The Mowat Centre, University of Toronto, September 2014). From sources of recruitment to hiring practices, onboarding and professional development – ONN concluded that when it comes to cultural diversity and inclusion, non-profit leaders need support in taking action to build inclusive workplaces. ONN partnered with TRIEC to develop a pilot training that later became a program offered to non-profit leaders in Ontario.
Join this free training program to access practical training, solutions-based learning, tools and resources to increase diversity and inclusion at your organization. The curriculum includes two in-person workshops and two live webinars, and eLearning over a four- month period with a focus on cultural diversity in the workplace. Through the live sessions, you will have the opportunity to collaborate and connect with other non-profits working on the same challenges.
The last training cohort will be held in September in London, ON, at Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes.
Click here for more information. Apply by Friday, August 12, 2016.
In this video, Deborah Canales, a member of the CRHESI Steering Committee, explains her work at the ACCESS Centre for Regulated Employment.