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mai 2013



Message du président
 
La conférence annuelle de l’ACRSPS (des 28 au 30 mai à Vancouver) a lieu cette semaine… et elle promet d'être absolument mémorable ! Parmi les conférenciers de marque figurent David Blumenthal du Fonds du Commonwealth des É-U ; Brian Hutchison, lauréat du prix Emmet Hall 2013 ; un panel d’experts du Réseau pancanadien d’analyse des réformes de santé (RPARS) ; et Chris Ham du King’s Fund du R-U. En plus de présenter les sujets d’actualité des groupes thématiques de l’ACRSPS, nos neuf séances sous-plénières mettront l’accent sur les éléments principaux de la « triple finalité », à savoir comment éveiller l’intérêt des patients, des familles et des prestataires de soins au profit de la triple finalité, comment mesurer le rendement et le progrès et comment mettre en œuvre des améliorations dans des systèmes tout entiers. Nos six séances scientifiques simultanées porteront sur des sujets qui touchent les services de santé et les chercheurs en politiques de partout au pays… sans parler des décideurs et des responsables des politiques qui s’en inquiètent au point d’en perdre le sommeil.
 
En plus de ces séances, j’encourage tous ceux qui assisteront à la conférence à également assister à l’Assemblée générale annuelle de l’ACRSPS, tenue le mercredi 29 mai de 7 h 30  à 9 h. Vous aurez l’occasion de faire la connaissance du conseil exécutif de l’ACRSPS, de vous renseigner sur le travail déjà en cours et prévu pour chacun des groupes thématiques et d’obtenir de l’information sur les projets de refonte de notre site internet. Quelques points à l’ordre du jour feront l’objet d’un vote, dont une modification proposée au mandat du/de la président(e) – un retour à la situation d’avant 2010, soit un mandat de deux ans. Le petit déjeuner sera servi et vous y êtes tous conviés.
 
Je me réjouis de vous y retrouver en grand nombre.

Adalsteinn Brown

 

La Conférence Annuelle de 2013 de L'ACRSPS

Tenir la promesse de la triple finalité :
stimuler la réussite dans le contexte canadien 


28 au 30 mai 2013
(La journée consacrée aux activités pré-conférence est le 27 mai 2013)
Hôtel Sheraton Wall Centre

Vancouver, C.B.

Que faudra-t-il pour tenir la promesse de la triple finalité dans le contexte des soins de santé au Canada ? Peut-on simultanément améliorer la santé de la population, rehausser l’expérience du patient comme du fournisseur tout en limitant l’augmentation des coûts ?  Cette conférence offre la possibilité de tirer parti des initiatives d’amélioration issues du Canada et d’ailleurs, d’identifier les facteurs nécessaires aux améliorations dans l’ensemble du système de santé canadien et d’approfondir le concept de la triple finalité dans le cadre de la promesse d’un accès universel.  

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Une vision et une stratégie pancanadiennes de la recherche sur les services et politiques de santé

L’ISPS croit que la meilleure façon de régler les problèmes du système de santé passe par une vision commune et une approche de collaboration. Pour y arriver, l’ISPS travaillera au cours des prochains mois avec ses partenaires et le milieu des services et politiques de santé pour élaborer une vision et une stratégie pancanadiennes de la recherche sur les services et politiques de santé.

La vision et la stratégie seront éclairées par certains éléments clés, notamment un recensement des ressources et des actifs actuels du Canada dans le domaine de la recherche sur les services et politiques de santé; des entrevues avec des témoins privilégiés pour déterminer les forces, les lacunes, les possibilités et les priorités perçues; un sondage auprès du milieu de la recherche sur les services et politiques de santé. L’ISPS est heureux de travailler avec le Dr Terrance Sullivan et des responsables régionaux sur les éléments de ce projet. Cela guidera un forum sur les priorités en 2014 auquel participeront des partenaires et des intervenants pour élaborer une vision et une stratégie pancanadiennes de la recherche sur les services et politiques de santé.

Notre milieu connaît une période palpitante, et nous vous encourageons à participer à cette initiative. Pour contribuer à la vision et nous faire part de vos commentaires, communiquez avec  Meghan McMahon à info.ihspr@mcgill.ca. D’autres détails du sondage suivront!

 

Évenements
 

2013 Annual CAHSPR Conference (May 28-30, 2013)
(Pre-conference day is Monday, May 27, 2013)
Vancouver, British Columbia


The CAHSPR annual conference brings together over 400 of Canada’s leading researchers, decision-makers, managers, and trainees to exchange ideas and share findings from the most recent studies in health services and policy research. Featuring over 200 presentations in plenary, small group, and poster formats, CAHSPR’s conference has something for everyone. Please see the above CAHSPR Conference 2013 section for more details or visit the CAHSPR website by clicking here.

One Day Workshop: Expanding Evaluation Through the Use of Administrative Data
(May 31, 2013)
Vancouver, British Columbia

Increased availability of administrative data provides evaluators, health service and intervention researchers with more options for answering questions about effectiveness, efficiency and quality of publicly funded programs and services. The purpose of this one day workshop is to explore the promise and pitfalls of using administrative data in evalutations. The workshop is intended for researchers, evaluators, and health service practitioners who are interested in learning about the practicalities of using administrative data to answer evalution questions.

To register, please go to:  http://www.popdata.bc.ca/news_events
For more information, please click here.

Academy Health's Annual Research Meeting (June 23-25, 2013)
Baltimore, Maryland


For over 25 years, AcademyHealth's Annual Research Meeting (ARM) has been the premier forum for health services research in the USA, where more than 2,300 attendees gather to discuss health policy implications, sharpen research methods, and network with colleagues from around the world.

Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics Conference (CSEB) 
(June 25-27, 2013, Pre-conference day is June 24, 2013)
St. John’s, Newfoundland


The 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference will bring together academics, graduate students, governmental officials, public health practitioners, and other epidemiology/biostatistics professionals to share and exchange findings from recent research, and to discuss important methodologies, emerging issues and initiatives.

The objectives of the 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference is to:

  • Inspire epidemiologists to take on new challenges;
  • Foster new collaborations and interactions; and;
  • Profile new tools and approaches.

The purpose of the 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference is to:

  • Strengthen, link, and network population and public health research and practice at individual, institutional, community, and government levels; and;
  • Strengthen scientific evidence applied to public health practice by highlighting and examining current and emerging issues common to epidemiology and biostatics at all levels of participation.

The theme of the 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference is “From Genes to Global Public Health: Advancing Methods Across The Spectrum” to reflect the diversity of disciplines and research that epidemiology and biostatistics encompasses. The conference will feature workshops on methods and topical issues, plenary speakers representative of the broad spectrum of epidemiological and biostatistical disciplines, concurrent sessions of oral presentations and poster presentations.

The 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference will be held from June 24th to June 27th, 2013 in St. John’s, Newfoundland. St. John’s is one of North America’s oldest cities and is steeped in a rich heritage and culture of the people who call Newfoundland home. Newfoundland has stunning coastlines where you can see whales, wild sea birds and icebergs. Numerous hiking trails provide picturesque views and access to Newfoundland’s rugged wilderness. In town, St. John’s provides a vibrant cultural experience, from traditional music and dance to contemporary music, theatre and art. There’s something for everybody.

We hope that you can join us in Newfoundland for the 2013 CSEB Biennial Conference!
For more information, please visit the conference website by clicking here.

To register please go to: www.eply.com/CSEB2013 

 

Emplois

Research and Project Coordinator – Prevention and Promotion
Mental Health Commission of Canada

Application Deadline: May 29, 2013

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is a non-profit organization created to focus national attention on mental health issues and to work to improve the health and social outcomes of people living with mental health problems and illnesses.

The Commission has a mandate to develop a Mental Health Strategy for Canada; to implement a ten-year Anti-Stigma/Anti Discrimination program; to develop a Knowledge Exchange Centre for the mental health field and to address homelessness in the context of mental health problems.  The Mental Health Commission’s head office is located in Calgary, Alberta, with a second office in Ottawa, Ontario.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Director of Prevention and Promotion Initiatives, the research and project coordinator will provide coordination, management and research support primarily to the prevention and promotion area, and will also work in collaboration with other MHCC departments. The MHCC has established five priority areas for the coming two years: (a) activating the Mental Health Strategy for Canada; (b) completing the MHCC’s ten-year anti-stigma/anti-discrimination effort; (c) addressing housing and homelessness; (d) improving workplace mental health; and (e) acting to prevent suicide.  Prevention and Promotion include workplace mental health, suicide prevention as well as other pieces of work relating to ementalhealth, peer support, and the development of core competencies for physicians and surgeons. 

The research and project coordinator must be able to analyze and synthesize large quantities of research touching on many dimensions of workplace mental health and related policy. In addition, in-depth familiarity with one or more specific dimensions of mental health research and policy could be an asset. The ability to function in both official languages is desired for this position.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Undertaking research on particular pieces of policies or topic areas
  • Writing memos, and reports
  • Develop and issue a Request for Proposals and build criteria to evaluate vendors
  • Consolidate and compile information
  • Review and summarize key reports and literature
  • Provide project management expertise and support for activities
  • Builds and enhances relationships with relevant stakeholders and partners
  • Assist with development of performance measurement indicators and assist with evaluation
  • Manages and analyzes data, and creates reporting mechanisms including reports and power point presentations of results.
  • Identify and review relevant literature and compiles written reports.
  • Gives presentations as required.
  • Collaborates on writing and publishing in academic journals when possible, to increase the volume of available research in the area of workplace mental health.   
  • Provides research functions such as review, analysis, and synthesis of relevant literature.
  • Assist MHCC decision makers in the dissemination of research information on the determinants of mental health such as demographic, social, economic, environmental and other data in support of mental health issues, policy development and service delivery.
  • Use project management and research methodology to provide support to a range of MHCC approved projects.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Two years experience in non-profit research, or related fields.
  • Experience in writing and editing logical and detailed reports.
  • Experience with computer information databases, personal computers in a "Windows" environment, computer logic concepts, and on-line systems.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and written.
  • Must be highly organized, analytical, accurate and detail oriented.
  • Must be able to work under pressure to meet deadlines; must be able to analyze and prioritize assignments; also must judge the amount of time to spend for the expected outcome, according to the importance of a project and the type of information needed.
  • Must be able to work independently, as well as with a team.
  • Specific familiarity with strategic anti-stigma research and policy/practice issues pertinent to mental health in Canada and around the world.
  • Knowledge of project management and research methodology.
  • Superior interpersonal, organizational, research synthesis, methodological, project management and (oral and written) communications skills.
  • The ability to learn quickly and work independently.

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Bachelor’s degree (MSc or PhD preferable) in a related discipline with demonstrated research and coordination skills including qualitative and quantitative research methods.
  • A minimum of two years of progressively responsible project management and research experience in a related field.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferable.

Competencies:

  • Values and Ethics
  • Respectful of Diversity
  • Continuous Learning
  • Results Management
  • Team work and Cooperation
  • Oral\Written Communication
  • Health, Safety and Wellness (physical and psychological)

PHYSICAL\COGNITIVE DEMANDS:

  • Moderate periods of time spent in meeting type settings
  • Extended visual requirements (5 plus hours) due to computer related work
  • Extended periods of time spent in sitting position (computer work, meetings etc. 5 plus hours)
  • High requirement in the ability to effectively divide attention to numerous duties and responsibilities
  • High degree of concentration required
  •  Highly attentive to details
  • Moderate level of stamina due to work time requirements with some requirements to work beyond 7.5 hour day
  • High analytical and interpretive requirements

PSYCHOLOGICAL DEMANDS:

  • Continuously deadline driven requirements
  • Moderate level of multitasking
  • Moderate exposure to stress resulting from output requirements.
  • Moderate level requirement to maintain concentration for extended periods of time in order to perform analysis and interpretation of data and minimize errors.
  • Capacity to effectively organize and prioritize own work.
  • Responsive to possible rapid changes in priorities;
  • Adaptable to change (organization and work level)
  • Moderate degree of emotional intelligence required in order to develop and maintain good relationships, communicate clearly, influence others, work well in a team, and manage conflict.
  • Performance goals and objectives are established yearly and regularly reviewed.

The Mental Health Commission of Canada is committed to diversity in the workplace and workplace well-being. As such, applications from individuals from diverse backgrounds such as First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, members of a visible minority group and those with lived experience of mental health problems or illnesses are welcomed and encouraged. 

To apply for this position, please apply on our website at:  http://www.mentalhealthcommission.ca/English/about/careers

Business Development and Marketing Officer, Workplace
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Application Deadline: May 29, 2013

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is a non-profit organization created to focus national attention on mental health issues and to work to improve the health and social outcomes of people living with mental health problems and illnesses. The Commission has a mandate to develop a Mental Health Strategy for Canada; to implement a ten-year Anti-Stigma/Anti Discrimination program; to develop a Knowledge Exchange Centre for the mental health field and to address homelessness in the context of mental health problems.  The Mental Health Commission’s head office is located in Calgary, Alberta, with a second office in Ottawa, Ontario.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Director of Prevention and Promotion Initiatives, the Business Development and Marketing Officer will be focused on workplace mental health, within the prevention and promotion area, and will also work in collaboration with other MHCC departments. The MHCC has established five priority areas for the coming two years: (a) activating the Mental Health Strategy for Canada; (b) completing the MHCC’s ten-year anti-stigma/anti-discrimination effort; (c) addressing housing and homelessness; (d) improving workplace mental health; and (e) acting to prevent suicide.  Prevention and Promotion include workplace mental health, suicide prevention as well as other pieces of work relating to ementalhealth, peer support, and the development of core competencies for physicians and surgeons.

The work of the Business Development and Marketing Officer will be focused on raising awareness and facilitating uptake of the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health & Safety (hereafter: the Standard) to five key audiences: corporate Canada, small and medium businesses, organized labour, professional and trade associations, and HR professionals/business schools. Working closely with the government relations department, the Business Development and Marketing Officer will also work to target governments to raise awareness and drive uptake of the Standard.  The Business development and Marketing Officer will also work to improve opportunities and policies for people with lived experience to enter and stay in the work force, improve mental health literacy and provide practical support tools for dealing with a mental health crisis (e.g., such as with Mental Health First Aid).

The Business Development and Marketing Officer must understand how to translate and market a product to the key target groups. The Business Development and Marketing Officer should have a good understanding of how to work with all kinds of employers at all different levels and how to position and promote a complicated document.  Familiarity with Standards would be a benefit. In addition, in-depth familiarity with one or more specific dimensions of mental health research and policy could be an asset. The ability to function in both official languages is desired for this position.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The Business Development and Marketing Officer will:

  • Provide strategic guidance regarding marketing, promotion and partnerships.
  • Create opportunities for adoption of the Standard by working with employers and employees to develop and promote leadership in the area of workplace mental health
  • Maintains a pulse on current events, public discourse and on stakeholder activities, interest and progress on issues relating to workplace mental health and the Standard.
  • Develop a process to track and monitor nationwide progress in the uptake of activity to improve psychological health and safety in Canadian workplaces.
  • Work with the MHCC’s Knowledge Exchange Centre to develop and maintain Communities of Practice aimed at sharing leading practices and experiences to improve psychological health and safety in the workplace.
  • Work with the MHCC Web Team to develop a web presence that engages organizations and drives them to use the Standard.
  • Create opportunities to profile leaders in the area of workplace mental health in order to encourage and catalyze policy change among like-minded organizations.  
  • Work proactively in collaboration with relevant MHCC departments (Communications, Government Relations) to ensure a coordinated and strategic approach to the communication and marketing of the Standard to all audiences.
  • Identify and foster partnerships, through proactive outreach and lead generation, in the five key audiences: corporate Canada, small and medium businesses, organized labour, professional and trade associations, and HR professionals/business schools.  Help manage
  • Develop strategic plans for each target audience and determine how best to approach these partnerships.
  • Assist with the maintenance of the MHCC’s corporate relationships with relevant stakeholders, policy makers, researchers, and community partners in the area of workplace mental health.
  • Assist with the development of, and ongoing updating of an internal strategy that guides and links all MHCC work in the area of workplace
  • Assist with the management of relevant aspects of a multi-year, case study research project – which will identify 7-8 organizations to implement the Standard, developing research methodology, developing performance measures, collecting qualitative and quantitative data over 36 months and then disseminating the findings and profiling the organizations in various ways (mainly they would help develop RFP, recruit case study organizations, work with the research team, analyse the findings, and determine the best ways to share the findings).
  • Develop briefing notes and undertake research in the area of workplace mental health.
  • Promote collegial relationships among MHCC team members.
  • Other duties as required.

SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES 

  • High degree of analytic ability and superior capacity to address complex issues.
  • Ability to translate and communicate a complicated health and social policy issues into a language that is appropriate for various external audiences.
  • Background in marketing, communications, knowledge translation and stakeholder relations is an asset.
  • Ability to develop a marketing and promotion plan to raise awareness of the importance for organizations to focus on psychological health and safety in the workplace.   
  • An established network with the corporate and business community, as well as an understanding of organized labour and unions.
  • Strong project management skills and a demonstrated experience meeting deadlines while working independently.
  • Demonstrated skill in building collaborative and integrative working relationships and in working with people with diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
  • Results oriented, creative, and possessing a high degree of initiative as well as the ability to work autonomously.
  • Superior interpersonal, oral and written communication skills, including comfort with public speaking.
  • Ability to learn quickly and independently and to function in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the life experiences of families and individuals living with mental health problems and illnesses.
  • Commitment to the vision of a reformed, person-centred mental health system and experience working with people with first-hand experience of mental health problems/illnesses.

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or commerce, combined with a marketing speciality or related degree; or commensurate experience.
  • Experience working in a non-profit is an asset.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in a product marketing role.
  • Ability to conduct qualitative market research and demonstrate success defining and launching products in the marketplace.
  • Specific familiarity with research and policy/practice issues pertinent to mental health in Canada, or equivalent.
  • Two to three years of progressively responsible research and/or policy development experience in mental health or a related field.
  • Project management experience.
  • Demonstrable successes working in fast-paced, result-oriented environments, in interdisciplinary and collaborative teams, and in partnerships with groups that include policy makers, researchers, clinicians and people with lived experience.
  •  Knowledge of and ability to use a variety of computer programs.
  • Understanding of and experience with workplace mental health.
  • Good understanding of the National Standard on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.

Competencies:

  • Values and Ethics
  • Respectful of Diversity
  • Continuous Learning
  • Results Management
  • Team work and Cooperation
  • Oral\Written Communication
  • Health, Safety and Wellness (physical and psychological)

PHYSICAL\COGNITIVE DEMANDS:

  • Extended periods of time spent in meeting type settings (5 plus hours)
  • Extended visual requirements (5 plus hours) due to computer related work
  • High requirement for multi-tasking and effectively dividing attention to numerous duties and responsibilities
  • High degree of concentration required (meetings, presentation, etc.)
  • High level of stamina due to travel, work time requirements
  • High analytical and interpretive requirements

PSYCHOLOGICAL DEMANDS:

  • Continuously deadline driven requirements
  • High level of multitasking
  • Moderate to high level exposure to stress resulting from complex interactions, stakeholder relations, and output requirements.
  • Moderate to high level exposure to extended travel requirements (up to 40% and greater at times) and extension of work day beyond 7.5 hours
  • High level requirement to maintain concentration for extended periods of time in order to maximize stakeholder engagement, perform situational strategic analysis and interpretation of data and minimize errors.
  • Capacity to effectively organize and prioritize own work.
  • High degree of emotional intelligence required in order to develop and maintain good relationships, communicate clearly, influence and inspire others, work well in a team, and manage conflict.
  • Responsive to possible rapid changes in priorities;
  • Adaptable to change (organizational and environmental)
  • Performance goals and objectives are established yearly and regularly reviewed.

The Mental Health Commission of Canada is committed to diversity in the workplace and workplace well-being. As such, applications from individuals from diverse backgrounds such as First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, members of a visible minority group and those with lived experience of mental health problems or illnesses are welcomed and encouraged.

To apply for this position, please visit the Careers section of our website at:  http://www.mentalhealthcommission.ca/English/about/careers 

 

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