Our 2016 edition of the
Hands in Healthcare magazine will inspire you to ask questions
If you haven't read or came across our
Hands in Healthcare magazine, you don't know what you are missing. Find out why. Every year, since its debut, the
Hands in Healthcare magazine has been recognized and awarded by the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) as the best in the industry, showcasing top talented healthcare providers and leaders who are making a difference in patient safety. This year the focus is on the Canadian Patient Safety Week's theme,
Questions Save Lives, where healthcare professionals share the important questions patients and providers should ask every day to keep care safe.
It is important for healthcare providers and leaders to maintain open communication with their patients to understand their needs and how they can help them feel the most comfortable. Along with full profiles of each healthcare professional, each page will host fun facts about each individual ranging from what they are eating for a Sunday breakfast to what their words are to live by. Carrying on with its legacy of being one of the best publications, CPSI is excited and proud to launch the 5th edition of
Hands in Healthcare.
Profiled in the 2016 edition of Hands in Healthcare are:
- Chris Power, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- Susan Mumme, Board Chair, Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- Dr. Susan Brien, Neurosurgeon, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
- Denice Klavano, Co-Chair, Patients for Patient Safety Canada
- Dr. Kaveh Shojania, Internist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
- Christina Krause, Executive Director, BC Patient Safety & Quality Council
- Ray Racette, President & CEO, Canadian College of Health Leaders
- Dr. John Maxted, Family Physician, University of Toronto
- Dr. Verna Yiu, President and CEO, Alberta Health Services
- Dr. Donald Berwick, Founding CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Leading Advocate
- Marcel Saulnier, Associate Assistant Deputy Minister, Health Canada
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