A groundbreaking report – containing 8 recommendations and a series of implementation strategies – provides Canada with a roadmap for the future of its Academic Health Sciences Centres (AHSCs) to further improve the health and health care of Canadians, generate life-saving research and innovations, and provide world-class training to future clinicians.
National Task Force on the Future of Canada's Academic Health Sciences Centres
On January 28/29, 2010, approximately 80 representatives from various health-related fields (national, federal, and local) came together to participate in the AHSC-NTF National Symposium at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. The overall goal of the National Symposium was to engage a broad range of stakeholders to review and comment on the draft findings, recommendations and implementation strategies contained in the NTF Report. The workshop commenced with presentations that provided
Developing and maintaining interprofessional collaboration and relationships can result in clinically important differences in patient care. This annual conference will present strategies and ideas for becoming change agents in health care improvement.
Groundbreaking Report Provides Canada with Roadmap for Future of Academic Health Sciences Centres and Performance of Health System
The National Task Force on the Future of Canada's Academic Health Sciences Centres (AHSCs) has released a groundbreaking report that provides a roadmap for AHSCs to further improve the health and health care of Canadians, generate life-saving research and innovations, and provide world-class training to future clinicians.
The National Task Force will be holding a National Symposium on January 28-29, 2010 at the Sheraton Hotel in Ottawa. The purpose of the Symposium will be to review and provide input on the final draft report that has been produced by the National Task Force.
On July 28, 2009, the National Task Force completed its fourth meeting - with the other three meetings occurring on December 5, 2008, February 20, 2009, and April 17,2009.
Welcome to the web-site of the National Task Force on the Future of Canada's Academic Health Sciences Centres. Given that the Task Force is in its early stages of its work, more information on its activities will be posted on the web-site as it becomes available.