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The 1st NASKHO-TISLEP Joint Conference: Global perspectives on leadership in health care delivery

From May 11, 2018 09:00 until May 12, 2018 17:30
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TISLEP and Sanokondu
The first Toronto International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians (TISLEP) was held in October 2014, and represented a collaboration between the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine and Institute for Healthcare Policy, Measurement and Evaluation, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Since then, three subsequent TISLEP meetings have been held bringing various healthcare leaders, educators, patients and other stakeholders together. The objective of these meetings has been to provide participants with the opportunity to engage in lively and productive dialogue about healthcare leadership development. In 2016, this collaboration led to the establishment of Sanokondu, an international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide, beginning with the creation and dissemination of open educational resources in leadership development. The name, Sanokondu, represents an adaptation of 'health leadership' in the universal language of Esperanto.

NASKHO
The Dutch Caribbean Foundation for Clinical Higher Education (NASKHO) was established in 1967 as a collaboration between the Government of the Netherlands Antilles and the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. As an educational organization, NASKHO collaborates with the Sint Elisabeth Hospital Curaçao and facilitates the transfer of knowledge and training in health care to improve the quality of medical care in Curaçao and neighboring islands. Its activities focus on health care improvement, clinical higher education, in-service training of interns and residents and scientific research. As a professional organization, NASKHO pursues close collaboration with key stakeholders in the Caribbean area through continuous and structured communication. It also serves as a regional and international knowledge resource center.

NASKHO-TISLEP joint conference
The 1st NASKHO – TISLEP joint conference will take place on the 11th and 12th of May 2018 in Willemstad, Curaçao. The inaugural conference focuses on leadership and leadership education in healthcare. The theme of the conference is: Global perspectives on leadership in health care delivery: Tangible outcomes in health care improvement and aims to attract about 100 participants from the Caribbean, USA, Canada, Latin American and Europe. International speakers from these areas shall share their experiences (challenges and lessons learned) in cultivating leadership education and changes in health care delivery in their local environments. The format of the two- day conference includes keynote lectures, panel discussions, case presentations, site visits and opportunities for networking and dialogue.

Friday May 11, 2018

Programme Day 1

09:00 - 12:00 Site visit to the St. Elisabeth Hospital, Curacao
     
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • New hospital complex
  • Blood bank
  • Lab
    15:00    Official opening
    15:30 Keynote 1: Dr. Claire Pain (Canada) 
       –  Challenges or lessons learnt from health care and leadership development in local institution/Health care setting
    16:15 Refreshment Break
    16:45 Keynote 2:  Dr. Madan Rambaran (Guyana) 
      - Challenges or lessons learnt from health care and leadership development in local institution/Health care setting
    17:30  Wrap up/discussion
       

 

Saturday May 12, 2018

Programme Day 2

    09:45 Keynote 3: TBA (Latin America/Colombia) 
       - Challenges or lessons learnt from health care and leadership development in local institution/Health care setting
    10:15 Overview TISLEP/Sanokondu (international healthcare leadership education)
      – current perspectives and future goals
    10:45 St. Elisabeth Hospital Board – Local challenges for health care delivery in SEHOS
    11:00 Refreshment Break
    11:15 Overview NASKHO – past, present and future perspective of quality in health care in Curacao
    11:45 Clinical Leadership & Care Pathway Project SEHOS: Experiences of the design phase (4 presentations)        
    12:30 Lunch Break
    14:00 Clinical Leadership & Care Pathway Project SEHOS: Results of the implementation phase (2 presentations)          
    14:30 Management drives - Prof. dr. R. Gans, (UMCG, Groningen, Netherlands)
    15:00 Refreshment Break
    15:30 NASKHO-TISLEP panel discussion 
    16:30 Keynote 4:  Prof. dr. Ate van de Zee (Netherlands) - Challenges or lessons learnt from health care and leadership 
      development in local institution/Health care setting
    17:00 Summary of two days – TBA
    17:30 End Conference


 

Biography TISLEP(sanokondu) - PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Dr. Ming-Ka Chan, BSc (Psych), MD, MHPE, FRCPC

 

Ming-Ka Chan is a Clinician Educator and Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Child Health at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. Some current roles include:
• Director, Education & Faculty Development, Department of Pediatrics & Child Health
• Assistant Director, International Medical Graduate Program, University of Manitoba
• Co-Chair, CanMEDS 2015 Working Group for the Leader Role and Scholar-Teacher Role
• Founder and Co-Facilitator, Annual Canadian Pediatric Resident Leadership Conference
• Faculty and Planning Committee Member, Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (CLIME)
• Founding member, ‘sanokondu’ (an international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide) www.sanokondu.com
• Co-Chair, Toronto International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians (TISLEP) Planning Committee http://tislep.pgme.utoronto.ca/
• Planning Committee Member, NASKHO-TISLEP Joint Conference 2018

Her academic interests include leadership development in healthcare learners; feedback and assessment; transitions in the education continuum; competency-based medical education; and program evaluation.

Prof. Anne Matlow, MD, FRCPC

 

 

 

Anne Matlow is Faculty Lead for Strategic Initiatives in Post MD Education at the University of Toronto, focusing on leadership, quality, safety and professionalism. She graduated from the University of Toronto medical school and has clinical specialty qualifications in Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology. Local and national leadership positions have included:
• Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Control and Patient Safety at SickKids
• Associate Director of the University of Toronto’s (UofT) Centre for Patient Safety,
• Patient Safety Systems Educator with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and healthcare surveyor with Accreditation Canada.
• Co-chair, Toronto International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians (TISLEP) Planning Committee since its inception of TISLEP in 2014.
Anne is a founding member of sanokondu, the international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide

Dr. Diane de Camps Meschino BSc(Hons) MD FRCPC MCert (MD Leadership

 

Dr. Diane de Camps Meschino BSc(Hons) MD FRCPC MCert (MD Leadership)

Dianne is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Assistant Prof Department of Psychiatry University of Toronto. Some of her current roles include:
• Co-Chair Planning Committee NASKHO-TISLEP Joint Conference 2018,
• Founding member, ‘sanokondu’ (an international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide) www.sanokondu.com
• Toronto International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians (TISLEP) Planning Committee http://tislep.pgme.utoronto.ca/
• Co-chair Leader Role CBME Curriculum (Department of Psychiatry, UofT
• Psychotherapy CBME Committee member (UoT)
• Professionalism Community of Practice (UoT)
• Founder and Past Head Reproductive Life Stages Programme (Mental Health WCH)
• Founder Intergenerational Trauma Intervention for new mothers
• Faculty Development Committee member (UofT)
• Past President of Medical Staff WCH

Her academic interests include leadership development in faculty and learners; trauma informed healthcare; clinical/academic programme development and; health systems transformation.

Prof. Deepak Dath MD FRCPC

 

Dr. Deepak Dath is a Laparoscopic Hepatobiliary Surgeon and Professor of Surgery at McMaster University in Hamilton where he has practiced for 17 years. He currently works at the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre. Dr. Dath attended medical school at the University of Western Ontario and completed a residency in general surgery at McMaster University. He then pursued a Masters of Education at OISE, a Fellowship in Surgical Education at the Centre for Research in Education and a Fellowship in Hepatobiliary Surgery, all at the University of Toronto. Some of his past and currnet include:
• Developer of the CORE progam in surgery at McMaster
• vice-chair of the Surgical Foundations Advisory Committee at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
• Former co-chair, working group for the CanMEDS 2015 Leader Role.
Dr. Dath’s research centres on teaching the CanMEDS Intrinsic roles in daily practice, teaching in challenging situations and introducing interprofessional education to our system. His medical education work involves developing the Leader Role in CanMEDS 2015 for Canadians and in other jurisdictions abroad where CanMEDS is used.


NASKHO - PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Dr. Jamiu Busari, MD, MHPE, PhD

 

Jamiu Busari is an associate professor of medical education at Maastricht University, Department Chair and Program Director of the specialist training program at the Department of Pediatrics, Zuyderland Medical Center, Netherlands. Jamiu is a Maastricht University alumnus, a Harvard Macy Scholar and a HBS executive education graduate in Managing Health Care Delivery. Some of his current roles include:
• Co-Chair Planning Committee NASKHO-TISLEP Joint Conference 2018,
• Executive board member of the Netherlands Association for Medical Education (NVMO)
• Member of the International collaboration on competency based medical education (ICBME)
• Member, international clinician educators network (ICEnet).
• Founding member, ‘sanokondu’ (an international community of practice dedicated to fostering health professional leadership education worldwide) www.sanokondu.com
• Member, Toronto International Summit on Leadership Education for Physicians (TISLEP) Planning Committee http://tislep.pgme.utoronto.ca/.
His academic interests include management and leadership development, residency education, faculty and curriculum development.

Prof. Ashley Duits, MSc, PhD

 

 

 Ashley Duits is a Professor of Medical Education at University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands. He is the director of the Red Cross Blood Bank Foundation Curaçao and a medical immunologist at the St. Elisabeth Hospital Curaçao. He is also the director of the medical education program at the St. Elisabeth Hospital. His area of expertise is medical education and its impact on sustainable quality of healthcare in small scale settings. He is director of several research and educational programs on this topic.



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