Thrilled to be Presenting at Pharmacy U!
I will be presenting Connecting With Patients:The Final Frontier at Pharmacy U on November 27th in Vancouver. The entire landscape of pharmacy is changing at a very rapid pace. Up until now, the potential for meaningful connection between pharmacists and patients has been overlooked. We’ll explore how enriching this relationship offers significant advantages to pharmacists and brings better care to patients. Can’t wait!
This session has been given a rating of 0.5 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)
Writing an Article for U of T Med Magazine, who me?
You ever get one of those emails that comes out of nowhere and feels great? Well, I was just asked to write an article for UofT Med Magazine. This alumni magazine is put out to support graduates of the U of T Medicine program has been doing great stuff on mental health for physicians and how medical professionals need to learn to support themselves and their colleagues in this wildly challenging field. I’ve been asked to do a piece on comedy in medicine. I’ve almost got a first draft cooking; and a second draft that’s about to go in the oven.
We’ll see how this cake turns out.
Hello Canadian Cardiovascular Pharmacists!
Is that a prescription in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
I am very excited to be presenting The Wellness Solution: Help Yourself Help The World for the The Canadian Cardiovascular Pharmacists Network.
The 20th Annual Contemporary Therapeutic Issues in Cardiovascular Disease will be attended by pharmacists from across the country. I will also be presenting the workshop You Can Own The Room: Lose Your Fear and Present Like a Pro.
Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch
I am thrilled to be presenting The Wellness Solution: Help Yourself help The World to The Canadian Mental Health Association Kenora Branch. It will be terrific to go to this marvelous part of the country and meet professionals in health care who are doing work supporting the community. Kenora has always been a bit of a mythical place for me and I am excited to go. Heck, to be honest my fishing rod is already packed in hopes of meeting Huskie the Muskie.
Looking forward to it CMHA Kenora Branch!
Long Live Gilda’s!
A Huge Thank You to Lianne Mauladin Anna Gustafson and The Coincidence Men for a tremendous show last night at Glida’s Club Toronto. It was one of the magical nights when everyone had a blast. Our gifted comedians were in amazing form. The members of Gilda’s were a great audience. That my friends is the power of laughter and imrov in action.
Good Feels all around. Many thanks, we’ll do it again. Long Live Gilda’s!
Need a Facilitator? Well, you came to the right place…
Sometimes in a meeting or conference you need a trained Facilitator to help your team get the most out of their time together. I am thrilled to announce that I have just been certified as a trained Facilitator through Facilitation First .
Facilitation First is the premier trainer of meeting skills in Canada.
The Coincidence Men are up for Nomination for A Canadian Comedy Award
My Improv troupe “The Coincidence Men” is eligible to be nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award. Just click on the pic to give us a nod! (We’re under “T” you know for THE Coincidence Men)
Speaking at Health Quality Transformation 2016
I am absolutely thrilled to be speaking at Health Quality Transformation 2016 on October 20th. There will be over 3,000 participants this year and a plethora of great speakers and impactful content. HQT 2015 was really inspiring so I’m sure this year there will be a virtual hotbed of awesome.
For more info and to register just hit the logo!
The Hope For Today Cafe Podcast Featured on CBC Radio
Deborah Kimmett and I are thrilled to have The Hope For Today Cafe Podcast featured on CBC radio’s Podcast Playlist! Co-hosts Matt Galloway and Lindsay Michael will be playing one of our episodes on Thursday, January 7th at 11 pm. Many Thanks CBC!
Speaking at the 3rd National Forum on Patient Experience…Sept 30th. Hey That’s Tomorrow!
So, I have been up early rehearsing and thankful for cups of coffee. Tomorrow at 8:30 am, I have the honour of speaking at the 3rd National Forum On Patient Experience. This is going to be a very exciting event with folks there from across the country. There are so many patient stories and meaningful insights that patients can bring to the table and it will be great to hear about new ideas and innovations.
It’s going to be two days of awesome in Toronto! Hope to see you there. I’ll be the guy in the red shirt.