#453 Establish a Succession Platform Which Responds to Your Regional Demographics

The event will start on: Oct 21, 01:00pm EDT
And will end on: Oct 21, 02:00pm EDT


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Presentation will be in English with Power Point slides available in English

Northwestern Ontario’s high population of seniors, coupled with a migrant workforce and potential development in mining, have driven the region to anticipate significant movement in its healthcare workforce and patient population alike. As the region embarks on implementing an integrated health service delivery model, the North West LHIN has conducted a 10 year Health Human Resource analysis to inform future system level opportunities and planning.

Who Should Attend:
Anyone that wants more information on developing a health human resources plan and succession plan for their organization based on their regional demographics. This webinar is designed for the health care sector.

Heather MurchisonHeather Murchison, PhD
Director, Health System Development and Integration
North West Local Health Integration Network

Heather is an experienced leader in public service strategy and organizational change. She has led initiatives at the North West LHIN including Aging at Home, Home First, Behavioral Supports Ontario and most recently, implementation of the North West LHIN Health Services Blueprint and Health Links.

Before joining the North West LHIN, Heather worked for Accenture and Deloitte Consulting in the UK and Canada with a focus on strategic consulting for government, not-for profit and private sector organizations, including a secondment at Accenture’s Institute for Public Service Value. Heather has extensive experience in the field of strategic planning and change management.

Heather has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Exeter and a PhD in Government from the London School of Economics.


This webinar is in partnership with the Canadian Health Human Resources Network

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