Frontline Health Dialogues: Ottawa Roundtable
On June 21st, 2007, the first Frontline Health Dialogue occurred in Ottawa. A group of doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, policymakers, nonprofit leaders and academics from across the country spent a day together discussing the question: What will it take to make Canada the best in the world at meeting the healthcare needs of unserved and under-served populations?
During the Frontline Health Dialogue held in Ottawa, participants in the roundtable spoke with passion and commitment. They quickly recognized their shared purpose and commonality of interest. Participants explored ways to build communities of practice around frontline health, approaches to influencing public perception and policy, and some necessary actions to improve how Canada delivers healthcare to vulnerable populations in the years to come.
A number of key messages surfaced repeatedly throughout the dialogue:
READ MORE HERE: Report from Ottawa Roundtable