Gratitude to our Partners:
The Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH) and the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) at the University of Toronto, together, in partnership with Associated Medical Services (AMS), are pleased to announce the Vernissage Health 2018: A Dialogue Series for Health Care and Social Change Leaders. Our partners share the aim of developing and supporting the future success of emerging leaders in health.
The Dalla Lana School of Public Health is a world leader in public health and health services research, education and service. We strive to adhere to the highest standards of scholarship, scientific evidence, critical thinking, innovation, professionalism and leadership in the creation and dissemination of knowledge. With over 1000 students in our Masters and PhD programs, we seek to continue to bring about impactful change by identifying, evaluating and addressing public health, health systems and bioethics issues, questions and solutions-based partnerships.
The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME) is best described as a community made whole by its many moving parts–––students, faculty, alumni, healthcare researchers and a variety of providers, partners and professionals in the field. With over 300 students, 200 faculty and more than 100 senior healthcare executives in adjunct roles, IHPME is a wellspring of opportunity, learning and innovation. We serve as an enabling force; offering a harmonizing forum to foster collaboration and leadership within and between healthcare communities.
Associated Medical Services (AMS) is a Canadian Charitable Organization with an impressive history as a catalyst for change in Canadian healthcare. For 80 years, AMS has had a profound impact through its support of history of medicine, the education of healthcare professionals and by making strategic investments to address critical issues in our healthcare system. In 2018, building on its Phoenix Project, AMS continues to invest in compassionate cultures, environments and leadership as they relate to advancements in healthcare technology.