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Learning objectives:

  • Listen to and reflect upon a patient story

  • Collaborate with your colleagues and hear about how these practices may be implemented in your Health Links

  • Understand the purpose and approach to measuring the impact of the practices

When:  September 13, 2016 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Moderated By: Susan Taylor, Director, QI Program Delivery

Speaker: Jennifer McLeod RN, BNSc, MEd
Jennifer McLeod is the Executive Director of the Timmins Family Health Team and the Lead of the Timmins Health Link. Jennifer is a graduate of Queen’s University where she received a Bachelor of Nursing Science and of Nipissing University where she received a Master of Education. Jennifer has had a diverse career in Northeastern Ontario, including the James Bay coast, in nursing, nursing education, and health administration. Jennifer’s experience includes health care delivery and program management in hospital, public health, long term care, primary care, remote community nursing stations, First Nations community health, and nursing education in the BScN and RPN programs.


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