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4 4  Please register for [[Advancing Care Innovations in the Community for Individuals with Medical Complexities>>url:||rel="__blank"]] on Jan 16, 2019 4:00 PM EST at:
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1 +**Susan Bisaillon**
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3 +Susan is a healthcare executive with over 30 years of experience in academic and large community healthcare organizations as well as the community. She has expertise in leading health system transformation and providing a coordinated approach across systems to improve organizational effectiveness. As a healthcare leader, Susan has overseen operations in various clinical programs, patient flow, infection prevention and control and implementation of strategic priorities associated with a hospital merger. Currently, she is Chief Executive Officer at The Safehaven Project for Community living in Toronto.
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5 +As a healthcare leader, Susan is recognized for her strategic and operational experience, focus on quality and leading system change. Prior to Safehaven, she was Chief Operating Officer at Oakville Trafalgar Hospital. At Trillium Health Partners she was Associate Vice President, Operational Coordination and pre-merger at Trillium Health Centre held the positions of Executive Director of Clinical Operations and Director of Neuroscience / Musculoskeletal Health System and Complex Care. At the University Health Network she assumed several leadership positions including Clinical Educator in Critical Care, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Cardiology, and Nurse Manager for the Coronary Intensive Care Unit and Cardiac Catheterization Labs in the Peter Munk Cardiac Program.
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7 +Susan holds a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Nursing from Memorial University in Newfoundland, and a Registered Nursing diploma from Western Memorial Regional Hospital in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. She received certification in Critical Care Nursing from Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.
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10 +**Kathryn Burbridge**
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12 +Kathryn has worked at The Safehaven Project for Community Living since 2016 in various roles, and has been in her current role as Manager – Quality, Safety and Strategic Directions since October 2018. In her time at Safehaven to date, Kathryn co-led the organization through its inaugural survey with Accreditation Canada, helped develop the current governance framework and has implemented new quality and safety processes. Prior to working at Safehaven, Kathryn completed her Masters of Health Administration at Dalhousie University.