It’s official – EHL Toronto is now hosted under the EHL Canada website.
We regularly hold local events for emerging leaders to hear from various experts on current issues in health care.
One of EHL Toronto’s events, in partnership with Longwoods Publishing, talked about the role of innovation in driving system transformation Here is Tony Easty’s (Senior Scientist at University Health Network) talk from our event, Breaking the Mold.See More Videos
Learning happens in a lot different ways. Unfortunately, we don’t always have the time or money to stay in school. EHL believes that mentorship is one of the best ways to learn – both from our peers, as well as experts in the field. Our members have a wide range of experience and expertise, which is why we value connecting our members and speakers.
We’ve Moved! It’s official – EHL Toronto is now hosted under the EHL Canada website. Over the next year, EHL Toronto will be moving all of its content to the EHL Canada website. We will no longer be posting updates on this website. Check out our new home here!
Ontario’s health system is set to change in very important ways. In Longwoods Publishing’s Breakfast with the Chiefs on Thursday, February 11, 2016, Dr.Bob Bell, Ontario’s Deputy Minister of Health, spoke at length about the release of Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, and its potential impacts on the health system. Patients First was launched […]
Bored of winter? How about a board game night? Eat, drink, play games and mingle with industry professionals and leaders. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet and network with colleagues from various health sectors and disciplines while enjoying a friendly board game or two! A-Game Café is filled with board games, delicious snacks, hot drinks, […]
We’re excited to announce that Melisa Foster has joined the EHL Toronto Executive team as Communications, Marketing & Media Co-Lead! Melisa Foster is a Consultant in the Toronto office of Global Public Affairs, working within the Queen’s Park and Health and Life Sciences practice groups. She has extensive knowledge in public affairs, strategic communications and public policy. Prior […]
Why Should I Care? is hosting another interesting discussion – check it out! From their Eventbrite page: ‘Toronto is one of the few international cities without a prominent pedestrian zone. When one walks La Rambla in Barcelona, or Old Montreal, there’s a certain vibrancy that isn’t found in car zones. Nowhere else could you safely have […]