June 20, 2014


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June 24 - IIQM


Webinar Series: Leveraging Data to Make Better Decisions – Part 2

Webinar #4: Applications and Analysis of a Secondary Database

This webinar focuses on the use of administrative data from the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) to examine nurse retention in Ontario. It will address the development of the concept of “stickiness” and how it was applied to the CNO database to analyze the career trajectories of nurses in Ontario. A brief overview on the use of this concept in the literature will also be provided to demonstrate how it supported human resources decision making.

Date: Friday, June 27, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST
Presenter: Mohamad Alameddine PhD, Associate Professor, American University of Beirut
Moderator: Theresa Noonan, KTE Coordinator

Who Should Participate?

  • Health services researchers
  • Health care providers
  • Educators
  • Graduate students
  • Policy makers
  • Health system planners
  • Health care administrators

The webinars have been designed as a series, but each session can be viewed independently.  Please RSVP with your name, organization and position to:

noonant@mcmaster.ca

Please join this webinar by calling this teleconference number and click on the URL below:

Teleconference Numbers:

Toll-free Dial-in: 1-855-453-6959
Local Dial-in: 416-933-9440
Global Toll-free: 800-6059-2969
Conference ID: 6262930#

Please keep phones on mute.

URL: https://ali.health.gov.on.ca/webinarfour/

Once you click on the link to the webinar, you will be prompted to enter your name. Please include your first and last name.

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