In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and evolving circumstances, the Canadian College of Health Leaders continues to assess and adjust events. Today, we wanted to announce decisions on the status of our June 2022 events.
Protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our attendees, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and staff is paramount. As such, we have decided that all yearly events normally held in the June timeframe, will take place virtually once again in 2022.
Since the start of the pandemic, the College has virtualized multiple activities that have been well received by members and health leaders. As we continue to build on best practices and our experience, we are confident that we can continue to provide responsive, engaging and relevant programming and events. As we look ahead, we are hopeful that we can start to re-introduce in-person events when it becomes appropriate for participants and organisations.
Here are the dates of our upcoming virtual June 2022 events:
May 31, 2022
June 6 and 7, 2022
National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC)
June 14, 2022
CCHL Annual General Meeting (AGM)
June 16, 2022
Honouring Health Leadership
The 2022 Honouring Health Leadership awards gala will feature the 2022 recipients of the CCHL National Awards Program, the 3M Health Care Quality Team Awards and the Robert Wood Johnson Awards.
We look forward to engaging with College members and health leaders as we continue to provide you with a strong sense of community, support and mentorship. Time, format, and access details for all member events will be shared over time as they are determined.
Rest assured that we are eager to resume in person events as soon as possible. Venues have been secured for the 2022 Canada West Health Leaders Conference and the 2023 National Health Leadership Conference and we are optimistic that we will be able to greet health leaders in person on those occasions.
We would like to thank all the dedicated College members, health workers, industry partners and leaders who are actively working diligently to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.