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  • HMF The Ottawa Hospital Podcast: Creating a Just Culture: The Ottawa Hospital’s Experience
    HMF The Ottawa Hospital Podcast: Creating a Just Culture: The Ottawa Hospital’s Experience
    Duração: 16min | 26/08/2019

    Listen to Alan Forster, MD, and his team discuss how The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) developed a Just Culture. They describe the concept of a Just Culture, why TOH initiated this transformation, and some of its early impacts. Forster is the VP of Innovation and Quality at the TOH.     To view the article click here.

  • PHP 2019 Paper of the Year Interview
    PHP 2019 Paper of the Year Interview
    Duração: 17min | 20/08/2019

    An interview between Jody Early and authors, Kelly Bentley and Stephanie Swan, regarding the PHP 2019 Paper of the Year, "Service Learning: A Useful Pedagogy to Engage Community Health Education Students in a Resource Management and Grant Writing Course".

  • HMF Care Transformed Podcast: Technology to support relational care for people who use drugs at home: Literature review and key informant content
    HMF Care Transformed Podcast: Technology to support relational care for people who use drugs at home: Literature review and key informant content
    Duração: 17min | 24/07/2019

    Listen to the podcast by Izabela Szelest and her team as they discuss Canada’s opioid crisis and how it disproportionately affects people who use drugs alone at home. Szelest and her co-authors synthesized recent literature related to technology-enabled harm reduction strategies and corroborated their findings with key informants, including family members of people who use drugs and policy makers in the area of opioid use.   To view the article click here.

  • HMF Studer Podcast: A culture of compassion: How timeless principles of kindness and empathy become powerful tools for confronting today’s most pressing healthcare challenges
    HMF Studer Podcast: A culture of compassion: How timeless principles of kindness and empathy become powerful tools for confronting today’s most pressing healthcare challenges
    Duração: 24min | 23/04/2019

    Listen to Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli’s podcast as he talks about the importance of kindness and empathy and how these principles can improve health outcomes and reduce workplace stress and burnout. To view the article click here.  

  • HMF TRAM Podcast: Trends in mental health system transformation: Integrating youth services within the Canadian context
    HMF TRAM Podcast: Trends in mental health system transformation: Integrating youth services within the Canadian context
    Duração: 27min | 22/02/2019

    Listen to a podcast about TRAM, an initiative started by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Graham Boeckh Foundation. TRAM or the Transformational Research in Adolescent Mental Health (TRAM) initiative, was the first of the Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research programs, providing $25 million over 5 years to foster collaboration and placing youth and their families at the centre of integrated youth services. It lead to a pan-Canadian research and evaluation network with 14 sites within six provinces and one territory. Several integrated youth centres have developed out of this initiative, recognizing the need to connect people in these communities. To view the article, click here. To learn more about TRAM, click here.  

  • HMF March Podcast: Establishing learning objectives for a leadership skills development curriculum in family medicine
    HMF March Podcast: Establishing learning objectives for a leadership skills development curriculum in family medicine
    Duração: 08min | 22/02/2019

    In this podcast for HMF’s March issue, Lynn Roberts, Research Associate at Centre for Studies in Primary Care, interviews colleage Colleen Grady on her article entitled "Establishing learning objectives for a leadership skills development curriculum in family medicine”. To view the article, click here.    

  • HMF January Podcast: A retrospective on reconciliation by design
    HMF January Podcast: A retrospective on reconciliation by design
    Duração: 23min | 12/12/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s December 2018 issue, Alika Lafontaine, MD, FRCPC, interviews colleague Christopher Lafontaine, MEd, on their article entitled "A retrospective on reconciliation by design”. To view the article, click here.

  • HMF November Podcast: Questions Healthcare Boards Should Ask Senior Leaders About Risk
    HMF November Podcast: Questions Healthcare Boards Should Ask Senior Leaders About Risk
    Duração: 08min | 22/10/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s November 2018 issue, Philip DeSouza the Manager of Communications and Marketing at HIROC, interviews colleague Polly Stevens, the Vice President of Health Care Risk Management, on their article entitled "Questions Healthcare Boards Should Ask Senior Leaders About Risk”. To view the article, click here.  

  • Of Dreamers and Pragmatists: Editors Commentary
    Of Dreamers and Pragmatists: Editor's Commentary
    Duração: 06min | 31/08/2018
  • HMF September 2018 Podcast: Effective Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices
    HMF September 2018 Podcast: Effective Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices
    Duração: 21min | 22/08/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s September 2018 issue, Mary J. McNally, RN, the Chief Patient Experience Office at William Osler Health System, interviews colleagues Gurwinder Gill, Director of Health Equity and Inclusion at William Osler Health System, and Vin Berman, interim VP of Human Resources and Organizational Development at William Osler Health System,  on their article entitled “Effective Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices”. To view the article, click here.  

  • HMF July 2018 Podcast: Why some patients who do not need hospitalization cannot leave: A case study of reviews in 6 Canadian hospitals
    HMF July 2018 Podcast: Why some patients who do not need hospitalization cannot leave: A case study of reviews in 6 Canadian hospitals
    Duração: 09min | 20/06/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s July 2018 issue, Asher Lurie, Communications Specialist at St. Elizabeth Health Care, interviews Paul Holyoke, PhD, Director of the St. Elizabeth Research Center, about his article entitled “Why some patients who do not need hospitalization cannot leave: A case study of reviews in 6 Canadian hospitals”.  To view the article, click here. 

  • What We Choose to Emphasize: Editors Commentary
    What We Choose to Emphasize: Editor's Commentary
    Duração: 06min | 01/05/2018
  • HMF May 2018 Podcast: The neurobiology of focus and distraction: The case for incorporating mindfulness into leadership
    HMF May 2018 Podcast: The neurobiology of focus and distraction: The case for incorporating mindfulness into leadership
    Duração: 16min | 25/04/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s May 2018 issue, Ron Lindstrom, PhD, FCCHL, former Editor in Chief of Healthcare Management Forum, Adjunct Professor in the School of Population and Public Health and an Associate Member in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of British Columbia, interviews Paul Mohapel, MSc, MA, PhD, President of Mohapel Consulting, concerning Paul's article entitled “The neurobiology of focus and distraction: The case for incorporating mindfulness into leadership”.  To view the article, click here. 

  • Editors Commentary: Health Promotion for These Times
    Editor's Commentary: Health Promotion for These Times
    Duração: 04min | 07/03/2018
  • HMF March 2018 Podcast: Patient and family engagement in Alberta Health Services: Improving care delivery and research outcomes
    HMF March 2018 Podcast: Patient and family engagement in Alberta Health Services: Improving care delivery and research outcomes
    Duração: 16min | 28/02/2018

    In this podcast for HMF’s March 2018 issue, Jennifer Rees, the Lead Senior Consultant in The Engagement and Patient Experience Department, a section within Alberta Health Services (AHS), interviews Sarah Singh, a Senior Patient and Family Engagement Consultant at AHS, and Lona Leiran, co-chair of the provincial patient and family advisory group at AHS, concerning the article entitled “Patient and family engagement in Alberta Health Services: Improving care delivery and research outcomes”, which Sarah wrote with a number of AHS colleagues.  To view the article, click here. 

  • Arts, Health and Wellbeing
    Arts, Health and Wellbeing
    Duração: 03min | 17/01/2018

    Theo Stickley discusses the Arts, Health and Wellbeing special issue which focuses on the important recent contributions and developments made in the understanding and possible implementation of how various activities in the arts can improve public health. Posted January 2018. Read the associated Special Issue here.

  • HPP January 2018 Editorial Podcast
    HPP January 2018 Editorial Podcast
    Duração: 06min | 29/12/2017

    Dr. Kathleen Roe, DrPH, MPH, Editor-in-Chief of Health Promotion Practice, reads her commentary "It Takes a Village", published in volume 19 issue 1 of HPP. 

  • HMF January 2018 podcast: Evolution of cancer treatment and evolving challenges
    HMF January 2018 podcast: Evolution of cancer treatment and evolving challenges
    Duração: 07min | 18/12/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s January 2018 issue, Dr. Lynne Nakashima, PharmD, Provincial Pharmacy Director for BC Cancer, discusses her article “Evolution of cancer treatment and evolving challenges.”  To view the article, click here. 

  • HMF November 2017 Podcast: Value agenda for heart failure model in Ontario: Application of the Porter model
    HMF November 2017 Podcast: Value agenda for heart failure model in Ontario: Application of the Porter model
    Duração: 11min | 27/10/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s November 2017 issue, Kim de Haan, OT Reg., BHSc, MHM, and Kerrie Dewachter, RN, OT Reg., BHSc, BSc, MHM, discuss their article “Value agenda for heart failure model in Ontario: Application of the Porter model.”  To view the article, click here.

  • HEB: Advancing the Science of Qualitative Research to Promote Health Equity
    HE&B: Advancing the Science of Qualitative Research to Promote Health Equity
    Duração: 23min | 17/10/2017
  • HMF September 2017 podcast: Effectively leading for quality
    HMF September 2017 podcast: Effectively leading for quality
    Duração: 14min | 30/08/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s September 2017 issue, Dr. Peter Lachman, CEO of The International Society of Quality in Health Care, and Wendy Nicklin RN, President-Elect of ISQua, discuss their article “Effectively leading for quality.”  To view the article, click here.

  • PHP: The Contribution of Liberal Arts to Public Health Preprofessional Preparation
    PHP: The Contribution of Liberal Arts to Public Health Preprofessional Preparation
    Duração: 10min | 29/08/2017

    In this podcast Dr. Gambescia, Editor in Chief of Pedagogy in Health Promotion, interviews Dr. Kirsten Rodgers from Georgia College and State University, and Dr. Sarah Bass from Temple University concerning PHP's March 2017 issue on "The Contribution of Liberal Arts to Public Health Preprofessional Preparation". Dr. Rodgers and Dr. Bass authored two of the articles in this issue.  Click here to read the articles in this issue. 

  • PHP: U.S. Public Health Learning Network: Innovative Competency-Based Training for the Public Health Workforce
    PHP: U.S. Public Health Learning Network: Innovative Competency-Based Training for the Public Health Workforce
    Duração: 08min | 09/06/2017

    In this podcast Dr. Gambescia, Editor in Chief of Pedagogy in Health Promotion, interviews Dr. Melissa (Moose) Alperin and Dr. Tanya Uden-Holman concerning PHP's new special supplement entitled "U.S. Public Health Learning Network: Innovative Competency-Based Training for the Public Health Workforce". Dr. Alperin, Dr. Uden-Holman, and Dr. Kirsten Colbaugh Rodgers served as the guest editors for this special supplement.  Click here to read the articles in this supplement. 

  • HMF July 2017 Podcast: Using structured incentives to increase value for money in an academic health sciences centre
    HMF July 2017 Podcast: Using structured incentives to increase value for money in an academic health sciences centre
    Duração: 11min | 09/06/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s July 2017 issue, Dr. Renate Ilse, Vice President, Clinical Programs at The Ottawa Hospital, discusses the article “Using structured incentives to increase value for money in an academic health sciences centre” with her coauthors Guy J. Hebert, MD, FRCPC, chair of the board of The Ottawa Hospital Academic Medical Organization (TOHAMO), Alan J. Forster, MD, FRCPC, MSc, Vice President, Quality, Performance and Population Health at the Ottawa Hospital, and Connie Colasante, MHA, executive director of TOHAMO.  To view the article, click here.

  • Food Safety and Tackling Obesity
    Food Safety and Tackling Obesity
    Duração: 04min | 23/05/2017

    Professor Lisa Ackerley discusses the key issues regarding food safety as well as approaches to help tackle health problems such as obesity.  May 2017, Read the associated article here: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1757913917702604 

  • HMF May 2017 Podcast: The Mentorship Imperative for Health Leadership
    HMF May 2017 Podcast: The Mentorship Imperative for Health Leadership
    Duração: 21min | 24/04/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s May 2017 issue, Tony Woolgar, Partner and Head of National Healthcare Leadership Practice, Legacy Executive Search Partners, discusses the article “The Mentorship Imperative for Health Leadership” with Nadia Batara, Executive Co-Chair, Emerging Health Leaders Toronto.  To view the article, click here.

  • Built Environment – 2012 Olympics
    Built Environment – 2012 Olympics
    Duração: 05min | 21/04/2017

    Lawrence Waterman, OBE talks about his experiences in managing health and wellbeing of workers during the construction of the stadium for the London 2012 Olympics.

  • Built Environment Special Issue
    Built Environment Special Issue
    Duração: 25min | 21/04/2017

    Lawrence Waterman, OBE and Johnathan Schifferes discuss the Built Environment Special Issue and the key issues brought to light by the article within.

  • HMF March 2017 Podcast: The Relationship Between Health, Healthcare and the Environment
    HMF March 2017 Podcast: The Relationship Between Health, Healthcare and the Environment
    Duração: 12min | 01/03/2017

    In this podcast for HMF’s March 2017 issue, Ed Rubinstein, University Health Network’s Director of Environmental Compliance, Energy and Sustainability, and Stewart Dankner, Director of Facilities and Support Services at Toronto Rehab, one of UHN’s four sites, discuss the article “The Relationship Between Health, Healthcare and the Environment” with Dan Girard, Managing Editor of UHN News. To view the article, click here.

  • HMF January 2017 Podcast: Five opportunities for healthcare leaders to better support person- and family-centred care in long-term care settings
    HMF January 2017 Podcast: Five opportunities for healthcare leaders to better support person- and family-centred care in long-term care settings
    Duração: 11min | 30/12/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's January 2017 issue, Nancy Lefebre, Senior Vice President of Knowledge and Practice and Chief Clinical Executive at Saint Elizabeth Healthcare,  discusses the article "Five opportunities for healthcare leaders to better support person and family centered care in long-term care settings" with author Danielle Bender, Senior Research Associate at Saint Elizabeth Healthcare. To view the article, click here.

  • HMF November 2016 podcast: The ethical case for providing cost-free access to lifesaving HIV medications in Canada
    HMF November 2016 podcast: The ethical case for providing cost-free access to lifesaving HIV medications in Canada
    Duração: 15min | 01/11/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's November 2016 issue, Dr. Nicole Greenspan, Health Services Researcher with St. Michael's hospital,  discusses the article "The ethical case for providing cost-free access to lifesaving HIV medications in Canada: Implications of a qualitative study" with author Chris Kaposy, PhD, ethicist and professor from Memorial University, Newfoundland. To view the article, click here.

  • HMF September 2016 podcast: All voices matter in experience design
    HMF September 2016 podcast: All voices matter in experience design
    Duração: 15min | 01/09/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's September 2016 issue, Walter Rojenko from the St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto,  discusses the article "All voices matter in experience design: A commitment to again in engaging patient and family voice" with author Jason A. Wolf, PhD, CPXP, of The Beryl Institute. To view the article, click here.

  • Equity, sustainability and governance in urban settings
    Equity, sustainability and governance in urban settings
    Duração: 08min | 11/07/2016

    Marilyn Rice and Trevor Hancock discuss their research on equity, sustainability and governance in urban settings and their proposals for a way forward.

  • Key experiences of community engagement and social mobilization in the Ebola response
    Key experiences of community engagement and social mobilization in the Ebola response
    Duração: 27min | 11/07/2016

    Erma Manoncourt, Rafael Obregon, Savita Varde-Naqvi and Renata Schiavo discuss the challenges faced during the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, and what agencies can learn from this in order to find an appropriate way forward when the next Ebola outbreak inevitably occurs. Posted July 2016. Read the associated article here.

  • HMF July 2016 Podcast: Uberizing home care in Ontario
    HMF July 2016 Podcast: "Uberizing" home care in Ontario
    Duração: 13min | 30/06/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's July 2016 issue, Julia Oosterman from the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre,  discusses the article " 'Uberizing' home care in Ontario" with authors Anne Wojtak and Linda Stark. To view the article, click here.

  • HMF May 2016 Podcast: Invisible without scrubs: What we don’t know about nursing leaders in Canada
    HMF May 2016 Podcast: Invisible without scrubs: What we don’t know about nursing leaders in Canada
    Duração: 23min | 02/05/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's May 2016 issue, Erin Leith discusses the article "Invisible without scrubs: What we don’t know about nursing leaders in Canada" with author Scott Robertson. To view the article, click here. For additional reading, click here to view the NWT report "Making the case for change."

  • HEB: NCDs in Africa and the Global South
    HE&B: NCDs in Africa and the Global South
    Duração: 31min | 01/04/2016
  • HMF March 2016 Podcast: The role of change management in the District Health Authority Consolidation (Transition and Design) project in Nova Scotia
    HMF March 2016 Podcast: The role of change management in the District Health Authority Consolidation (Transition and Design) project in Nova Scotia
    Duração: 24min | 01/03/2016

    In this podcast for HMF's March 2016 issue, Colin Stevenson and Dawn Burstall discuss their paper, "The role of change management in the District Health Authority Consolidation (Transition and Design) project in Nova Scotia."

  • PHP March 2016: Role of U.S. Community Colleges in Building a Public Health Workforce
    PHP March 2016: Role of U.S. Community Colleges in Building a Public Health Workforce
    Duração: 10min | 29/02/2016
  • HMF January 2016 Podcast: Development and implementation of the Saskatchewan Leadership Program
    HMF January 2016 Podcast: "Development and implementation of the Saskatchewan Leadership Program"
    Duração: 11min | 31/12/2015

    In this podcast for HMF's January 2016 issue, Katherine McLeod, Betty Mutwiri, and Christina Denysek discuss their paper, "Development and implementation of the Saskatchewan Leadership Program."

  • HMF November 2015 Podcast: Be careful what you ask for: Things policy-makers should know before mandating networks
    HMF November 2015 Podcast: Be careful what you ask for: Things policy-makers should know before mandating networks
    Duração: 28min | 02/11/2015

    In this podcast for HMF's November 2015 issue, Guest Editor for the issue, Hy Eliasoph, MA, speaks with Janice K. Popp, MSW, RSW, and Ann Casebeer, MPA, PhD, about their paper, "Be careful what you ask for: Things policy-makers should know before mandating networks."

  • HMF September 2015: Reducing alternate level of care days at Winchester District Memorial Hospital
    HMF September 2015: Reducing alternate level of care days at Winchester District Memorial Hospital
    Duração: 18min | 31/07/2015

    In this podcast for HMF's September 2015 issue, Madeline Ricottone, BSc Hons, MHA, speaks with Cholly Boland and Lynn Hall of Winchester District Memorial Hospital about her paper, "Reducing alternate level of care days at Winchester District Memorial Hospital."

  • HMF July 2015 Podcast: Mental Health
    HMF July 2015 Podcast: Mental Health
    Duração: 24min | 25/06/2015

    In this podcast, Barb Pizzingrilli speaks with guest editor for HMF's July 2015 issue, Edgardo Perez, MD, MPH, FRCPC, CHE, CPHQ, and Dr. John Hirdes about mental health. Psychiatric and addiction disorders are becoming more prevalent worldwide, which has implications on Canadian health services.

  • HMF May 2015 Podcast: A Message from the Guest Editor
    HMF May 2015 Podcast: A Message from the Guest Editor
    Duração: 07min | 21/04/2015

    Guest editor for HMF's May 2015 issue, Ken Tremblay, BSc, MHSc, CHE, FACHE, is a member of the Editorial Board with a career spanning many roles in and contributions to health leadership. In this podcast, he will discuss articles published in the issue and current trends shaping the policy, funding, and delivery of healthcare services in Canada and the challenges they bring to its leaders.   Go to the Table of Contents, here.

  • HMF March 2015 Podcast: Redressing the inequities in Canadian pharmacare
    HMF March 2015 Podcast: Redressing the inequities in Canadian pharmacare
    Duração: 21min | 02/03/2015

    Canadian healthcare is not universal. Nowhere is this lack of universality more evident than in the payment for drugs in Canada. Canadians without the financial wherewithal cannot access orphan drugs for rare diseases and take-at-home oral cancer drugs and many other pharmaceuticals. In addition to the physical and emotional tolls experienced, patients and survivors and their families and caregivers bear the brunt of an ever-growing financial burden. This article outlines how this happened and what to do about it. Read the article, here.

  • PHP: An Introduction to Pedagogy in Health Promotion
    PHP: An Introduction to Pedagogy in Health Promotion
    Duração: 08min | 24/02/2015

    In this podcast, Jean Berny interviews Steven Gambescia Editor-In-Cheif of the new journal Pedagogy in Health Promotion 

  • Perspectives in Public Health: Lawrence Waterman On Olympic Legacy
    Perspectives in Public Health: Lawrence Waterman On Olympic Legacy
    Duração: 10min | 11/04/2012

    Lawrence Waterman, Head of Health & Safety for the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) discusses amongst other things the lasting legacy of the 2012 Olympics as well as what can be learnt from building such a large scale site as the London Olympic Village, and how an outstanding health and safety performance has been achieved in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Site.

  • Management Communication Quarterly Podcast
    Management Communication Quarterly Podcast
    31/03/2011

    What are the best practices in quantitative organizational communication research? In this podcast, Management Communication Quarterly Editor, James Barker talks to

  • AJMH: Raising Prostate Cancer Awareness
    AJMH: Raising Prostate Cancer Awareness
    Duração: 16min | 03/06/2010

    African American men experience an increased incidence of prostate cancer. This podcast presents barriers to prostate cancer screening and information on a community based barber health advisor intervention to increase knowledge and awareness regarding prostate cancer and screening measures in the African American community.

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