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Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
Leadership team   saskatoon oral health coalition
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Leadership team saskatoon oral health coalition

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Oct 30th 2012

Oct 30th 2012

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  • 1. Saskatoon Oral Health Coalition October 30, 2012
  • 2. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Be a reflective thinking body; this is not a decisionmaking body, the work done is influenced by the larger body. Guiding Principles
  • 3. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Guiding Principles Helicopter above, on what is Energize & Guide the mandate – mission, vision – happening with the whole group. pay attention to both the Balcony and the Dance Floor, operational and strategic.
  • 4. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Guiding Principles Integrate what is discussed Our approach is participatory and inclusive. by the larger body. Always put as a priority listening as a collective group.
  • 5. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Motivate and involve people through increased knowledge, awareness and connection. Guiding Principles Everyone needs a basic set of working knowledge.
  • 6. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Feed the momentum in moving the priorities forward together. Guiding Principles
  • 7. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Watch and integrate the trends. Guiding Principles As well as research and data, have to listen and integrate the priority setting done by the larger group.
  • 8. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Hold and communicate the collective knowledge around the mission. Guiding Principles Establish the most effective ways to report back and work with the larger group, provincial and national.
  • 9. OHC Leadership Team Mandate & Guiding Principles Our Role Develop and clarify administrative needs and functions. Guiding Principles
  • 10. OHC Leadership Team Strategic Business Plan Strategies: Communication Actions: •Develop a website Leadership Team Work-plan: •Make “Identity Statement” (Vision, Mission, etc.) shorter & more succinct. •Kellie will turn display information into a “brochure.” Send out copy of display draft survey  DONE  DONE
  • 11. OHC Leadership Team Strategic Business Plan Strategies: Sustainability Actions: •Establish short-term (1 yr) funding: Community Wellness Grant SOHP Leadership Team Work-plan: •Leslie will do an initial draft of Community Wellness Grant application in the fall 2012.
  • 12. OHC Leadership Team Strategic Business Plan Strategies: Sustainability Actions: •Develop and clarify administrative needs and functions. •Leadership Team Work-plan: •Ongoing knowledge transfer from Leslie to team •Develop operations/administrative manual/checklist •Create a rolling agenda (template)  DONE
  • 13. OHC Leadership Team Strategic Business Plan Strategies: Increase Provincial Engagement: Actions: •Use SOH booth @ CDA Conference to provide information and solicit membership and input. Leadership Team Work-plan: •Leslie will draft a survey to fill out at the booth – i.e.., priorities, interests, locations  DONE •Survey to be included in registration package and brought to booth for a prize.  DONE •Survey results  DONE
  • 14. OHC Leadership Team Strategic Business Plan Strategies: Increase Provincial Engagement: Actions: •NIRO (Network of Interprofessional Regulatory Organizations) Leadership Team Work-plan: •Kellie will contact NIRO planners to get on agenda  •Leslie to present at NIRO.  DONE DONE
  • 15. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We are a collaborative group of committed individuals working together to improve the oral health of residents through best practice and needs assessment.
  • 16. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of     working together collaboratively with dedicated, committed partners and improving oral health of all residents in the province the creation of an orally informed and healthy society by focusing on our SK population/people mission statements need more “action” content
  • 17. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of…and seek to  educate caregivers in any capacity, to improve the oral health and overall health  collectively intervene as necessary, by identifying gaps in care for at-risk groups, and work towards improving health in these populations  support one another in each others efforts  send a unified message/voice (provincial resources/factsheets/presentations/lobbying) to communities and government
  • 18. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of…and seek to…by serving all the residents  at risk vulnerable populations  population that includes every age group; initially, each end of spectrum of at-risk populations (pre/post preschool; low income seniors, LTC residents with access issues) 
  • 19. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of…and seek to…by serving…through oral health professionals providing programs, training and knowledge to the caregivers, in order to adequately identify oral health issues and refer accordingly   educational programming, preventive services 1, 2, & tertiary post-secondary institutions, provincial/federal governments, school divisions, health regions, community groups and agencies, oral health and health professionals, first nation communities  standardized provincially required level of care; establishing a dental home; “Under 3 It’s Free.”   pre/post natal intervention Telehealth health professions held at regular intervals, available on the internet. 
  • 20. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of…and seek to…by serving…through…and emphasizing our competitive advantages of the credibility of having a multi disciplinary network of the professionals of the Oral Health Coalition and the Oral Health Professionals. Our diverse backgrounds help to serve diverse needs in the population   Our united message of body/oral health connection Basing everything on best evidence and standard of care, advocacy, networking, and collaborative inter-disciplinary approach 
  • 21. OHC Leadership Team Identity Statement We advance our mission of…and seek to…by serving…through…and emphasizing our competitive advantages of… . We are sustainable by  Federal, provincial and private funding The real challenge to our sustainability lies in finding financial support to advance our initiatives.  Provincial funding, and cost recovery from private insurance, First Nations & Inuit Health, Supplementary Health, Veterans Affairs   Pooling our resources (human/financial/intellectual/educational)  Creating an electronic (website) directory of resources/services/access options) Our committed members, who are prepared to give of their time in a spirit of collaboration and cooperation.  Having our employers support the coalition through supporting our attendance at meetings. 
  • 22. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Government:  How do we get the government to see the importance of good oral health, and move it up in their list of priorities?  How best to present issues we wish to advance. Who will present this information to the SK Ministry of Health?
  • 23. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Government:  Are we able to show quantitatively that improving oral health decreases overall health costs?  Provincial legislation – universal access.
  • 24. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Funding:  Who/how to pay the oral health professionals to educate or train other health care providers in preventative oral health.  Who pays for dental services to dentist/team (government/private services)?
  • 25. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Funding:  We are looking for an affordable model! (Alberta Senior Program for Better Oral Health).  As a preventative model, we should be able to reduce health care costs by improving oral health. By having improved oral health, in theory, general health will be better. How do we measure this?
  • 26. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Priorities:  What should our top three priorities be? Where do you start? What issues require a lobby effort (for funding/policy change)?  Need a Chief Dental Officer to advocate and keep the fight: how do we get one? What is the next step to advance our pursuit of a Chief Dental Officer for SK?
  • 27. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Priorities:  Is there an opportunity for us to influence the re-opening of the National School of Dental Therapy?  Enhance LTC: involve LTC staff, health regions, and oral health professions to keep it moving forward.
  • 28. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Priorities:  Advocacy for oral health (0-5 years) – an Early Years Strategy. Link with Prevention Institute re: early childhood development/maternal  Need to include oral health education in medical training to doctors and nurses.
  • 29. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Our Coalition:  How do we involve other stakeholders? What other individual/professionals need to be added/consulted?  How do you spread the word of the existence of the group and the work of the group?
  • 30. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Our Coalition:  How do we make this provincially based? Government and other stakeholders may be more interested/involved if there is provincial interest and provincial collaboration.  Continue strategic planning process – to ensure consistency with vision, mission & values.
  • 31. Questions for the Leadership Team From May 16, 2012 Our Coalition:  How do you maintain the coalition long term? Sustainability/commitment.  What is the resource inventory of the coalition?

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