OHHRRN Funded Research Webinars

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In collaboration with CHNET-Works!, OHHRRN held the following webinar series relevant to Health Human Resources.  Details for registration is provided below. 


 Policy Analyses of Scope of Practice Changes in Relation to Prescribing for Optometry and Pharmacy and the Regulation of Pharmacy Technicians

rishma-walji-wellnessDr. Rishma Walji, Post doctoral fellow, McMaster University

Date:  June 21st 2012
Time: 01:00pm (EDT)

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Policy Analysis of Scope of Practice Changes to Physiotherapy (Bill 179) and the Newly Regulated Health Profession of Kinesiology (Bill 171)

mlandry2 Dr. Michel Landry, Chief of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Division, in the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Duke University Medical Centre in Durham North Carolina will examine the ultimate outcome of the new legislations.

Date:  July 26th 2012
Time: 01:00pm (EDT)

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 Addressing Provider Shortage in Underserviced Areas: The Role of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (TCAM) Providers in Canadian Rural Healthcare

Hollenberg 2014Dr.Daniel Hollenberg, Senior Policy Analyst, Health Human Resources for Health at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

Date:  October 18th 2012
Time: 01:00pm (EDT)

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 Exploring the Role of Peer Support Specialists in the Delivery of Community Based Mental Health Services

wakefield3Dr Patricia Wakefield, McMaster University, will explore the role and merit of using peer support specialists within Ontario's Assertive Community Treatment Programs.

Date: February 11th 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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Assessing Employment Setting Preferences Among Internationally Educated Rehabilitation Providers in Ontario, Canada

mlandry2Dr. Michel Landry, University of Toronto, and his colleagues from McMaster University are exploring the issue of employment setting preference and choice among internationally educated occupational therapist and physiotherapists, to assist with efficient integration into the provincial health workforce strategy.

Date: February 24th 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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Building Public Health Capacity for Unregulated/Internationally Trained Health Workers

cava2Ms. Maureen Cava and Ms. Heather Parker ,Toronto Public Health (TPH), will develop learning modules to build on the existing knowledge base and skill sets of internationally trained professionals and unregulated health workers at TPH.

Date: March 4th 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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Expanding Health Professionals' Scopes of Practice: A Case Study of Health Policy Pertaining to Pharmacist Prescribing

mackeigan2Dr. Linda MacKeigan and her PhD student Nedzad Pojskic, University of Toronto, will develop a better understanding of the public policy process by which health professions' scopes of practice change, and ascertain factors that promote the issue onto the government's agenda.

Date: March 9th 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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Task Shifting in the Provision of Home and Social Care: Implications for Health Human Resources 

mdenton12.comDr. Margaret Denton, McMaster University, will explore the process whereby tasks are moved to less specialized health workers in the provision of home and social care, and the relationship, if any, on task shifting with health human resource issues.

Date: March 10th 2011
Time:1-2pm (EST)

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 "Stay out or Get Out" What is Contributing to a Declining Dietetic Workforce in Ontario?

gingras2.comDr Jacqui Gingras, Ryerson University will examine why practitioners leave the profession, develop an understanding of the unique challenges of integrating internationally educated practitioners, and examine the hopes and goals of current students.

Date: March 18th 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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Is the Grass Still Greener? Examining Trends in Canada to US Nurse Migration

gillis2.comDr Linda McGillis Hall, University of Toronto, will describe Canadian-educated nurses in the US, identify differences between these nurses and US-educated nurses; compare then to RNs in Canada; and conduct a comparative analysis of differences over time.

Date: March 23rd 2011
Time: 1-2pm (EST)

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