March 26, 2014
7:15 - 9:00 a.m. MST
| Primary Location:
- Rockyview General Hospital, Room 10331
| Telehealth Locations:
- Edmonton - 7th Street Plaza - Rm 1-106 (Conf Rm A)
- Fort McMurray - Northern Lights Health Centre - Ron Wolff Auditorium
- Grande Prairie - Public Health Building - Rm 121
- Lethbridge - Chinook Regional Hospital - Rm 4K114
- Medicine Hat Regional Hospital - Rm 2
- Red Deer Hospital - Boardroom 3208
Janet Davidson , Deputy Minister, Alberta Health
Pricing (taxes included)
| 0715 - 0745
0745 - 0800
0800 - 0845
0845 - 0900
| Registration and breakfast
Questions and Discussion
Breakfast included at host site only.
| CCHL Members:
CCHL Student Members:
Janet Davidson was appointed Deputy Minister of Alberta Health on September 10, 2013. She comes to this role with over 30 years of experience in healthcare in the government, voluntary and hospital/community sectors in a number of Canadian jurisdictions. She has also worked internationally in humanitarian relief and development.
Until recently, she was the Official Administrator of Alberta Health Services. Prior to that, she was the Canadian Executive and Industry Specialist with KPMG’s Global Healthcare Practice. From 2007 to 2011, Davidson was President and Chief Executive of Trillium Health Centre in Mississauga, where she led them through to the successful merger with the Credit Valley Hospital creating the largest community academic hospital in the country.
Janet has a wealth of experience in all aspects of health care policy and planning, management and operations. She is a well-recognized and respected health care executive with a reputation for working with key stakeholders to achieve outstanding results: individually, organizationally, and more broadly at the community level. She has gained a reputation as an outstanding leader and facilitator and has been called upon to lead and/or support major transformational initiatives including: hospital turnarounds, mergers, governance and operational reviews, clinical redesign, development and implementation of health manpower strategies, and design and implementation of health care funding mechanisms. She has also been extensively involved in global humanitarian work and served for 10 years in a senior governance capacity with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in Geneva, first as a Vice President (Americas) and then as Vice Chair of the Standing Commission, its highest deliberative body.
Janet trained as a nurse at Toronto East General Hospital. She received a Bachelor of Nursing Science from the University of Windsor and a Master’s in Health Services Administration from the University of Alberta. She is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors’ Education program, the UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s Global Health Leadership program and has an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from the University of Windsor. She has received alumnae recognition awards from Branksome Hall School and the universities of Windsor and Alberta. She is an Officer of the Order of Canada and has been named twice to the list of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2011 and 2012 Janet was also named as one of Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Women. She sits on the board of the Canadian Institute for Health Information, and chairs their Governance Committee. Other board experience includes service on the board of the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and the immediate past chair of the Ontario Hospital Association.