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1 11 Three Missions…One Future The Process To-Date National Symposium on the Future of Canada’s Academic Health Sciences Centres January , 2010 Mr. Glenn Brimacombe, Co-Chair, AHSC Steering Committee

2 2 Why A National Task Force? Years in the making No national review of AHSCs in close to 15 years Significant health reform initiatives underway Most, if not all, “weave” through the AHSC enterprise How to optimize performance of AHSCs?

3 3 Purpose of NTF?... Produce a report, with recommendations, and implementation strategies to optimize the performance of AHSCs in Canada

4 4 NTF Roles & Responsibilities?... Responsible for achieving Terms of Reference Guide & advise consultation process & commissioning of background research Own report, recommendations, & implementation strategies Communicate & engage stakeholder groups across respective communities Operate at arms length

5 5 The National Task Force... Co-Chairs - Mr. Jeff Lozon, President & CEO, Revera Living (Past-President & CEO, St. Michael’s Hospital) -Dr. Jean Rouleau, Dean of Medicine, Université de Montréal) Members Dr. Alain Beaudet, President, Canadian Institutes of Health Research Dr. Jeanne Besner, Calgary Health Region Mr. Guy Bujold, President, CANARIE Dr. Victor Dzau, Chancellor, Health Affairs, Duke University Medical Centre Dr. Hélène Ezer, Vice-Dean, School of Nursing, McGill University

6 6 The National Task Force... cont’d Dr. Dennis Gorecki, Dean, College of Pharmacy, Univ. of Saskatchewan Dr. Marie-Josée Hebert, Nephrologist & Assoc. Professor, Université de Montréal Dr. Stuart MacLeod, Vice-President, Academic Liaison & Research, PHSA Ms. Christine Power, President & CEO, Capital District Health Authority Dr. Carol Richards, Professor, Dept. of Rehabilitation, Université Laval Dr. Jim Rourke, Dean of Medicine, Memorial University Mr. Scott Rowand, Past-President & CEO, Hamilton Health Sciences Centre Dr. Gavin Stuart, Dean of Medicine, University of British Columbia Dr. Emöke Szathmary, President Emeritus, University of Manitoba Ms. Leslee Thompson, President & CEO, Kingston General Hospital Sir John Tooke, Chair, Medical School Council, Peninsula Medical School Ms. Sheila Weatherill, Past-President & CEO, Capital Health Dr. Catharine Whiteside, Dean of Medicine, University of Toronto

7 7 Managing the Process… The NTF Steering Committee... Support the Co-Chairs and NTF Provide guidance on governance and process Oversee day-to-day operations & commissioning/ completion of background research Observe at NTF meetings

8 8 The NTF Steering Committee... Co-Chairs - Mr. Glenn Brimacombe, President & CEO, ACAHO -Dr. Nick Busing, President & CEO, AFMC Members Dr. Dawn Burnett, Vice-President, Policy, CPA Dr. Gilles Lavigne, Doyen, Faculté de medicine dentaire, Université de Montréal Dr. Peter Liu, Scientific Director, Circulatory & Resp. Health, CIHR Ms. Patty O’Connor, Associate Director, Nursing, Mtl. Neuro. Institute Dr. John Pugsley, Registrar, Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada Dr. Joshua Tepper, ADM, HHR Strategy, MOHLTC

9 9 NTF Work Plan… Background Research Projects -Environmental Scan -Literature Review -Key Informants Interview -AHSC Case Studies

10 10 NTF Work Plan… cont’d NTF meetings, draft report, recommendations, implementation strategy Consultation process -Meeting with FPT Advisory Committees (Health, Education, Industry) -Meeting with National Health Organizations -Individual organization meetings -National web-consultation process National symposium (January 28-29, 2010) Final NTF Report

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