Featured Videos, Sustainability

MarkStabilevideo Is there hope for healthcare in Canada? with Dr. Mark Stabile (4.6 min)

Dr. Mark Stabile discusses the future of Healthcare in Canada.

MurrayRamsdenvideo National Symposium for Integrated Health Care, closing remarks (4 min)

On October 10, 2012, the Health Council of Canada hosted Advancing Integrated Health Care in Canada: Practices that Work, a national symposium for integrated care. Murray Ramsden (Chair, National Symposium on Integrated Care; Vice-Chair, Health Council of Canada) makes the closing remarks.

IngridSketrisvideo Advancing integrated healthcare in Canada, symposium reflections, Dr. Ingrid Sketris (5.6 min)

On October 10, 2012, the Health Council of Canada hosted Advancing Integrated Health Care in Canada: Practices that Work, a national symposium for integrated care. Dr. Ingrid Sketris, Councillor for the Health Council of Canada, hosts Symposium Reflections.

DenisKodnervideo The what, why, how and how not plenary session, Dr. Dennis Kodner (51 min)

Dr. Dennis Kodner (International Visiting Fellow & Co-Director, Aetna Foundation Care Co-ordination Study, The King’s Fund) presents a plenary session, The What, Why, How and How Not, for the 2012 National Symposium for Integrated Care hosted by the Health Council of Canada.

FredHorneVideo Keynote National Symposium on Integrated Care, Hon. Fred Horne (44.3 min)

On October 10, 2012, the Health Council of Canada hosted Advancing Integrated Health Care in Canada: Practices that Work, a national symposium for integrated care. This is the keynote presentation from The Honourable Fred Horne, Minister of Health, Province of Alberta.

HCCvideo National Symposium for Integrated Health Care, opening remarks (8 min)

Welcome and Introductions for the 2012 National Symposium for Integrated Health Care from Murray Ramsden, Chair, National Symposium on Integrated Care; Vice-Chair, Health Council of Canada.

Gina Browne Keynote address, with Gina Browne (40.5 min)

Gina Browne’s keynote address: Renowned nurse scientist and family therapist Gina Browne talked about the challenges and opportunities ahead for nursing and shared innovative examples of transformative change.