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volume: 
2004
number: 
356
pubdate: 
20040408
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356

What is Risk Management: and why should I worry about it?

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3:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, 555 Bay Street North



A workshop for board members, administrators, and senior managers in the social services sponsored by the Developmental Services Board Network



* Risk Management: What is it, and what can we do to prevent risk? Linda Daniels-Smith, Specialist

* Patient Relations/Risk Management, Hamilton Health Sciences Risk Management: A Legal Perspective, Michael J McHugh B.A., LL.B., McHugh Mowat Whitmore Ionico MacPherson LLP

Delivering on the Promise: Building Community and Affecting Policy through Community-Based Research

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9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Starlight Room, The Primrose Hotel, Best Western, 111 Carlton Street (Corner of Carlton and Jarvis)

CBR 301



Tired of seeing your research reports sitting on a shelf? A fundamental principle of community-based research is ensuring that action outcomes emerge as a result of research. The 'gold standard' outcome for CBR projects is to affect public policy. Participants will learn

* how CBR research can be used for social change,

* how CBR can be articulated to maximize impact on policy makers,

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