Don’t miss Transforming Canadian Healthcare Through Innovation: The Agenda

Registration is now open! Join approximately 150 senior Canadian and international leaders from business, healthcare delivery, government and academia to address the essential issue of a Canadian healthcare innovation agenda. Participants will engage in a highly interactive, results-oriented dialogue about the current state of healthcare innovation in Canada, including the role of industry as an innovation driver; what can be learned from leading international examples; and next steps for positioning Canada as a global health innovation leader.
Go to our resources and past conference pages to view summaries, whitepapers, and videos from the collaborative and productive discussions at previous Queen’s Health Policy Change Conferences.
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We look forward to seeing you in June!
Register for the Queen's Health Policy Change Conference Series :: June 7-8, 2016, Toronto, ON

Shelly Jamieson, CEO, Canadian Partnership Against CancerSimon Kennedy, Deputy Minister, Health Canada; Doug Hughes, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health, British Columbia; Dr. Bob Bell, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Ontario; and Dr. Peter Vaughan, Deputy Minister, Department of Health and Wellness, Nova Scotia Health Policy Change Conference Speaker Dr. Else Smith, former Director General, Danish Health and Medicines AuthorityDavid O’Toole, President and CEO, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)Dr. David Dodge, Senior Advisor, Canada and International Economic Advisor, Bennett JonesProf. Peter C. Smith, Emeritus Professor, School of Business, Imperial College LondonRobin Osborn, Vice President and Director of International Program in Health Policy and Innovation, The Commonwealth FundDon Drummond, Stauffer-Dunning Fellow, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University Dr. Diane Watson, CEO, Australian National Health Performance AuthorityNigel Edwards, Chief Executive, The Nuffield TrustDr. Scott Carson, Professor and Director, The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare, Queen’s School of Business

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