Paying it Forward: Speed Mentoring in Southern Alberta
On January 15, 2019, the Southern Alberta Chapter hosted the 3rd annual Speed Mentoring event in collaboration with the Calgary Node of Emerging Health Leaders.
The March edition of Healthcare Management Forum (HMF), with Guest Editor Carole Adair, is dedicated entirely to mental health and addictions and written by specialists in the field. Adair is a Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary.
Become a CCHL peer reviewer
Healthcare Management Forum, the College’s respected journal published in conjunction with SAGE Publishing, is expanding its pool of reviewers.
CCHL CEO Reflections: 2018 in Review
As 2018 draws to an end, and we look forward to 2019, the team at the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) and Alain Doucet, CEO, examined some of the key healthcare issues that have been identified and debated throughout the year.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders has released its report on the Environmental Scan of their 2018 Joint Retreat, which identifies the top three issues facing Canadian Health Leaders.
Feisal Keshavjee, CHE, Chair of the Canadian College of Health Leaders’ Board of Directors, is pleased to announce the appointment of Marianne Walker, CHE, as the new Vice-Chair.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders is pleased to introduce the new Excellence in Patient Experience Award as part of its National Awards Program. This new award, created with the support of Studer Group Canada, is focused on honouring organizations and individuals who have set in place innovations that improve the human experience in healthcare.
The College is inviting nominations for the 2019 National Awards Program . This is a great opportunity to recognize and promote the outstanding leaders and programs in your organization.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College), a national, member-driven association dedicated to leadership development, announced appointments to its leadership team today.
The Board of Directors of the Canadian College of Health Leaders is very pleased to announce the appointment of our new President and Chief Executive Officer, Alain Doucet.
The College commends Federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor for demonstrating leadership by commissioning the external review of the PCHOs. Further, the College congratulates the authors, Drs Danielle Martin and Pierre-Gerlier Forest for their thorough review, reflection and timely recommendations contained in the review.
Bethany Care Society (Bethany) has entered into a strategic alliance with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) to increase the leadership capabilities of health care managers in Canada.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders announced today the winners of the 2017 National Awards Program.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) was delighted to present its awards at the 2016 Honouring Health Leadership event, held at the Westin Ottawa, in Ottawa, ON on Sunday June 5, 2016.
The Honourable Jane Philpott, Federal Minister of Health, has confirmed her attendance of the National Health Leadership Conference (NHLC) on June 6th in Ottawa. Minister Philpott will deliver opening remarks at the beginning of the two-day conference.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL), through its’ LEADS Business Unit, and as a partner in the LEADS Collaborative, is pleased to release the paper “Effective Performance Systems: A Review of Selected Literature” authored by Shauna Fenwick and Erna Hagge.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) and HealthCareCAN join other members of Canada’s Health Action Lobby (HEAL) to remind federal leaders that Canadians want government to make the challenges facing our healthcare system a priority.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with the Canadian Coalition of Green Health Care (the Coalition) to encourage health leaders to take an active role in the greening of their organization.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) was honoured to present its awards at the 2015 National Awards Gala, held at the PEI Convention Centre, in Charlottetown, PE on Sunday June 14, 2015.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Bruyère Continuing Care (Bruyère) to increase the level of leadership in the provision of care to seniors within its multi-site facility.
Mr. Ron Lindstrom, PhD, FCCHL, would like to welcome Ms. Alexandra Harris, RN, MN/MHSc, CHE to the Editorial Board. Alexandra (Alex) is a PhD student at the University of Toronto’s Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, a trainee with the Nursing Health Services Research Unit and a Junior Fellow at Massey College.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) and the Mennonite Benevolent Society (Menno Place) recently established a strategic alliance that raises the level of leadership and management in the care of seniors in the province of British Columbia. Through this agreement the Menno Place recognizes the Certified Health Executive (CHE™) designation and supports its maintenance of certification requirements. It also ensures a collaborative environment that will help the College and its members keep abreast of trends in health leadership and management.
Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) was honoured to present its awards at the 2014 National Awards Gala, held at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, on Sunday June 1, 2014.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (College) is pleased to announce that it signed an agreement this past fall with Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) to support health leaders’ needs for professional development, leadership training and lifelong learning.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce that it recently established a strategic alliance with its first healthcare employer, the North East Community Care Access Centre (NE CCAC). Under this agreement the Certified Health Executive (CHE™) program, the only certification program for health leaders in Canada, has been recognized, by the NE CCAC as the preferred designation of choice for its health leaders.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce the launch of its Professional Development Library (the library). The library offers health leaders comprehensive e-learning resources designed to refine their leadership skills.