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Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter | June 19th, 2018

Queen's University

Faculty of Health Sciences

Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration

Guest blog by Dr. Seth Chitayat, Director, Health Research Partnerships at Queen's University, Faculty of Health Sciences

On May 16th, the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s and the Kingston Health Sciences Centre co-hosted a panel discussion entitled, Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration: How do we make progress? The panel included industry leaders in healthcare from across the region who generously took the time to speak to our community. First and foremost, I would like to thank all of our panelists for their time, and I want to give a special thanks to Kevin Empey, the former Supervisor of Brockville General Hospital, for giving an insightful plenary address. The goal of this event was to better understand how we can extract more value in healthcare both from the procurement of major capital equipment and in the design of new technologies. The event was a great success, thanks primarily to our incredible panelists.  The discussion has also left me thinking about some important questions concerning value, procurement, and healthcare in Canada.

For instance, how should we define value in the first place? In my view, value can be defined as that which something or someone does to make a…Read More

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Nursing SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)

The SOAR program aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about academic expectations, resources, learning strategies, and common student transition issues, as well as meet upper-year students, tour a residence room, and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Incoming first-year Nursing students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current Nursing students, and tour the Nursing Simulation Lab.

Learn more»

Staff Discussion with Teri Shearer about Inclusivity at Queen's

Join Teri Shearer, Deputy Provost (Academic Operations and Inclusion), for an open discussion about inclusivity at Queen’s.

Dr. Shearer will be in the Ban Righ Hall, Dean of Womens Tower Lounge from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on Wednesday, June 20, and will be available to speak with staff about how we make Queen’s a more inclusive community. Bring your ideas, experiences, and challenges.

Please RSVP to inclusivity@queensu.ca

Learn more»

Highlighting Indigenous Issues in Curricula

In this workshop selected issues impacting Indigenous communities and students will be identified and discussed.  Participants will gain insight into how to thoughtfully incorporate and highlight material on Indigenous issues into their courses.

Learn more»
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Celebrating One Year of CBME

Acting Dean Chris Simpson and decanal leadership will be holding an informal reception to celebrate the successful launch of CBME and everyone's outstanding efforts towards accreditation this year. Join them at the School of Medicine on June 7th from 5-7 PM.  

Read More»
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Community Open House

You are invited to a behind-the-scenes look at our world-class educational anatomy facility to learn how health professionals and other students learn about the structures of the human body.

We will be offering a limited number of FREE tours during which you will be given the opportunity to view our Museum of Human Anatomy and learn about the critical contribution that the Human Body Donor Program makes to education and research at Queen’s University.

 

Learn more»
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Queen’s family medicine residents participate in unique Falkland Islands rotation

One of the strengths of Queen’s Family Medicine residents is their ability to work almost anywhere. As a part of their two-year residency, these family doctors spend six months of training in a community setting, and at least two of those months are spent in a rural setting.

So, when a remote British overseas territory off the coast of South America found itself in need of medical professionals, a Queen’s alumnus knew exactly where the Falkland Islands’ government could find help.

Alexandra Palmeri (NSc’18) receives Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award

Six students – Hana Chaudhury (Com’18), Emilio Frometa (MIR’18), Max Garcia (Cmp’17), Asha Gordon (Artsci’18), Adam Grotsky (Artsci’16, Law’19), and Alexandra Palmeri (NSc’18) – have been named recipients of the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award, one of the highest honours a student can receive from the university.

Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter | June 19th, 2018

Queen's University

Faculty of Health Sciences

Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration

Guest blog by Dr. Seth Chitayat, Director, Health Research Partnerships at Queen's University, Faculty of Health Sciences

On May 16th, the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s and the Kingston Health Sciences Centre co-hosted a panel discussion entitled, Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration: How do we make progress? The panel included industry leaders in healthcare from across the region who generously took the time to speak to our community. First and foremost, I would like to thank all of our panelists for their time, and I want to give a special thanks to Kevin Empey, the former Supervisor of Brockville General Hospital, for giving an insightful plenary address. The goal of this event was to better understand how we can extract more value in healthcare both from the procurement of major capital equipment and in the design of new technologies. The event was a great success, thanks primarily to our incredible panelists.  The discussion has also left me thinking about some important questions concerning value, procurement, and healthcare in Canada.

For instance, how should we define value in the first place? In my view, value can be defined as that which something or someone does to make a…Read More

Upcoming Events
View Calendar
Announcements
View all

Other News

Nursing SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)

The SOAR program aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about academic expectations, resources, learning strategies, and common student transition issues, as well as meet upper-year students, tour a residence room, and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Incoming first-year Nursing students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current Nursing students, and tour the Nursing Simulation Lab.

Learn more»

Staff Discussion with Teri Shearer about Inclusivity at Queen's

Join Teri Shearer, Deputy Provost (Academic Operations and Inclusion), for an open discussion about inclusivity at Queen’s.

Dr. Shearer will be in the Ban Righ Hall, Dean of Womens Tower Lounge from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on Wednesday, June 20, and will be available to speak with staff about how we make Queen’s a more inclusive community. Bring your ideas, experiences, and challenges.

Please RSVP to inclusivity@queensu.ca

Learn more»

Highlighting Indigenous Issues in Curricula

In this workshop selected issues impacting Indigenous communities and students will be identified and discussed.  Participants will gain insight into how to thoughtfully incorporate and highlight material on Indigenous issues into their courses.

Learn more»
Image

Celebrating One Year of CBME

Acting Dean Chris Simpson and decanal leadership will be holding an informal reception to celebrate the successful launch of CBME and everyone's outstanding efforts towards accreditation this year. Join them at the School of Medicine on June 7th from 5-7 PM.  

Read More»
Image

Community Open House

You are invited to a behind-the-scenes look at our world-class educational anatomy facility to learn how health professionals and other students learn about the structures of the human body.

We will be offering a limited number of FREE tours during which you will be given the opportunity to view our Museum of Human Anatomy and learn about the critical contribution that the Human Body Donor Program makes to education and research at Queen’s University.

 

Learn more»
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Chasing A Dream

The following is a guest blog by Bachelor of Health Sciences student Kyla Tozer. 

Faculty of Health Sciences Newsletter | June 19th, 2018

Queen's University

Faculty of Health Sciences

Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration

Guest blog by Dr. Seth Chitayat, Director, Health Research Partnerships at Queen's University, Faculty of Health Sciences

On May 16th, the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s and the Kingston Health Sciences Centre co-hosted a panel discussion entitled, Value-Based Healthcare through Collaboration: How do we make progress? The panel included industry leaders in healthcare from across the region who generously took the time to speak to our community. First and foremost, I would like to thank all of our panelists for their time, and I want to give a special thanks to Kevin Empey, the former Supervisor of Brockville General Hospital, for giving an insightful plenary address. The goal of this event was to better understand how we can extract more value in healthcare both from the procurement of major capital equipment and in the design of new technologies. The event was a great success, thanks primarily to our incredible panelists.  The discussion has also left me thinking about some important questions concerning value, procurement, and healthcare in Canada.

For instance, how should we define value in the first place? In my view, value can be defined as that which something or someone does to make a…Read More

Upcoming Events
View Calendar
Announcements
View all

Other News

Nursing SOAR (Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources)

The SOAR program aims to help ease the transition of incoming first-year students and their families. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about academic expectations, resources, learning strategies, and common student transition issues, as well as meet upper-year students, tour a residence room, and have their questions and concerns addressed.

Incoming first-year Nursing students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and current Nursing students, and tour the Nursing Simulation Lab.

Learn more»

Staff Discussion with Teri Shearer about Inclusivity at Queen's

Join Teri Shearer, Deputy Provost (Academic Operations and Inclusion), for an open discussion about inclusivity at Queen’s.

Dr. Shearer will be in the Ban Righ Hall, Dean of Womens Tower Lounge from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on Wednesday, June 20, and will be available to speak with staff about how we make Queen’s a more inclusive community. Bring your ideas, experiences, and challenges.

Please RSVP to inclusivity@queensu.ca

Learn more»

Highlighting Indigenous Issues in Curricula

In this workshop selected issues impacting Indigenous communities and students will be identified and discussed.  Participants will gain insight into how to thoughtfully incorporate and highlight material on Indigenous issues into their courses.

Learn more»
Image

Celebrating One Year of CBME

Acting Dean Chris Simpson and decanal leadership will be holding an informal reception to celebrate the successful launch of CBME and everyone's outstanding efforts towards accreditation this year. Join them at the School of Medicine on June 7th from 5-7 PM.  

Read More»
Image

Community Open House

You are invited to a behind-the-scenes look at our world-class educational anatomy facility to learn how health professionals and other students learn about the structures of the human body.

We will be offering a limited number of FREE tours during which you will be given the opportunity to view our Museum of Human Anatomy and learn about the critical contribution that the Human Body Donor Program makes to education and research at Queen’s University.

 

Learn more»
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