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  1. 1. 2013International Medical Leaders Forum and Annual Meeting2 June 2013English Bay Room, 34th Floor,Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver,
  2. 2. MedicalLeadershipandEngagementDr Roger BoydDr Roger Boyd is theinaugural Chair ofthe WFMM SteeringCommittee. He isalso the ImmediatePast President ofthe Royal Australasian College ofMedical Administrators (RACMA).A graduate of Sydney University’sFaculty of Medicine, he has alsoobtained a Masters degree inHealth Planning at the Universityof NSW and a Masters of BusinessAdministration from the InternationalInstitute for ManagementDevelopment in Switzerland.Committed to a balanced,efficient and effective healthcaresystem, and an advocate forthe engagement of clinicians inleadership and managementroles, Roger has served in avariety of both public and privatesector positions. He is currentlythe Director of Medical Workforcefor Northern Sydney Local HealthDistrict in New South Wales(NSW), Australia, which provides acomprehensive range of hospitaland community health servicesand includes the newly rebuiltRoyal North Shore Hospital, amajor tertiary referral and teachinghospital in Sydney.Roger is also a member of theNSW Medical Council, the statutoryauthority that manages conduct,performance and health mattersconcerning medical practitionersin NSW. He remains a member ofRACMA’s NSW State Committee,having been been a Council orBoard member of RACMA from2001 to 2012. Other past positionsinclude being Chairman of theNational Prescribing Service, anexecutive member of the Committeeof Presidents of Medical Collegesof Australia, Vice-President ofthe Australian Private HospitalsAssociation, and being anAustralian Council on HealthcareStandards surveyor.Dr Gillian KernaghanDr Kernaghanwas appointed thePresident and ChiefExecutive Officer ofSt. Joseph’s HealthCare, London onOctober 4, 2010. Prior to assumingthis role, she served as theIntegrated Vice President of MedicalEducation and Medical Affairs forLondon Health Sciences Centre(LHSC) and St. Joseph’s HealthCare, London (St. Joseph’s)for 5 years. In this role, she hadaccountability for medical affairs,infection prevention and control,pandemic planning, ethics andacademic liaison.In 1984, Gillian joined the medicalstaff of St. Joseph’s, ParkwoodHospital and LHSC as a familyphysician. She took on the role ofVice President, Medical Servicesat Parkwood Hospital in 1993and for all of St. Joseph’s in 1998after restructuring. She continuedpart-time family practice until 2010.She completed her residency atSt. Joseph’s Hospital in 1984 upongraduation from the University ofWestern Ontario and was awardedher Fellowship in 2000. She is anassistant professor at SchulichSchool of Medicine and Dentistryand an adjunct professor in theArthur Labatt Family Schoolof Nursing at the University ofWestern Ontario.Gillian has served on numerousprovincial committees. Committedto education, she is a certifiedtrainer in Crucial Conversationsand Crucial Confrontationsand teaches with the PhysicianManager Institute of the CanadianMedical Association. May 2011,Gillian became the President ofthe Canadian Society of PhysicianExecutives. She is a BoardMember of CaRMS.Professor Chris HamChris Ham took uphis post as ChiefExecutive of TheKing’s Fund in April2010. He has beenprofessor of healthpolicy and management at theUniversity of Birmingham, England,since 1992. From 2000 to 2004 hewas seconded to the Departmentof Health where he was directorof the strategy unit, workingwith Ministers on NHS reform.Chris is the author of 20 booksand numerous articles abouthealth policy and management.Chris was awarded an honorarydoctorate by the University of Kentin 2012.Chris has advised the WHO andthe World Bank and has servedas a consultant to governmentsin a number of countries. He isan honorary fellow of the RoyalCollege of Physicians of Londonand of the Royal College ofGeneral Practitioners, an honoraryprofessor at the London Schoolof Hygiene and Tropical Medicine,a companion of the Institute ofHealthcare Management and avisiting professor at the Universityof Surrey. Chris was a governorand then a non-executive directorof the Heart of England NHSFoundation Trust between 2007and 2010. He has also served asa governor of the Canadian HealthServices Research Foundation andthe Health Foundation.In 2004 he was awarded a CBEfor his services to the NationalHealth Service.2013 International Medical LeWorld Federationof Medical Managers2013 International Medical LeadersForum and Annual MeetingDate 2 June 2013Venue English Bay Room, 34th Floor,Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver, BC.Time Activity7.30am –8.30amBusiness Breakfast MeetingWFMM Annual MeetingWFMM Members and invited participants.English Bay Room, 34th Floor, Hyatt Regency Hotel,Vancouver, BC8.30am – 9.00am Registration and coffee9.00am –9.05amWelcome Dr Roger Boyd (Australia),Chair WFMM Steering Committee9.05am –9.15amOfficial Opening Dr Gillian Kernaghan,Chair CSPE Board9.15am –10.30amSession 1: Chair: Dr Roger Boyd (Australia)Physician Engagement: An international priorityProfessor Chris Ham (Kings Fund, UK)Physician to Manager and Leader:The Australian caseDr Lee Gruner (President RACMA, Australia)Regulation and Clinical Engagement:The USA caseDr Peter Angood (CEO, ACPE)10.30am – 11.00am Morning tea11.00am –11.45amPanel Session: Chair: Dr Fung Hong (Hong Kong)Theme: Cultural Perspectiveson Clinical EngagementInternational perspectives on medical leadershipfrom WFMM leaders11.45am –12.15pmSelect your group to:• Frame a WFMM statement for releaseabout physician engagement; or• Frame a WFMM position about culturallysensitive approaches to medical leadershipand physician engagement12.15pm – 1.15pm Lunch1.15pm –2.25pmWorkshop: Chair: Dr Carlo Favaretti (Italy)Revalidation in the UKProfessor Jenny Simpson (UK) andDr Mike Bewick (Medical Director ofNHS Commissioning Board North, UK)Workshop: Chair: Dr Gaetan Tardif (Canada)Neuro-Scientific Perspectives on LeadershipProfessor Paul Mohapel (Canada)2.30pm –3.45pmWorkshop: Chair: Dr Don Mackie (New Zealand)Neuro-Scientific Perspectives on LeadershipProfessor Paul Mohapel (Canada)Workshop: Chair: Dr Sally Tideman (Australia)Revalidation in the UKProfessor Jenny Simpson (UK) andDr Mike Bewick (Medical Director ofNHS Commissioning Board North, UK)3.45pm – 4.00pm Break4.00pm –4.45pmSession 2: Chair: Dr Roger Boyd (Australia)Comparative studies of leadershipin WFMM countriesProf Graham Dickson (Canada), Dr Karen Owen (Australia) ,Dr Peter Kuling (Canada), Dr Deb Basu (South Africa),Dr Nicholas Jayasekera (Sri Lanka) andDr Jon Van Aerde (Canada)4.45pm –5.00pmForum Close Dr Roger Boyd (Australia),Chair WFMM Steering Committee5.00pm – 6.00pm Reception wine and cheese
  3. 3. Dr Lee GrunerDr Gruner has heldsenior positions inpublic and privatehealth services InMelbourne. She isnow the President ofthe Royal Australasian College ofMedical Administrators. Dr Grunerholds a long standing career asa consultant in health servicesand management particularlyinvolved in organisation wide CQI,strategic planning, review of healthservices, organisation change,clinical governance and consumerparticipation mechanisms, both inAustralia and overseas. She alsofunctions as an executive coachfor both individuals and teams ofsenior health professionals.In the past prior to her presidencyof RACMA, Lee served as amember of the Board of Directorsof the Royal Australasian Collegeof Medical Administrators andChair of the RACMA Educationand Training Committee. Dr Grunerhas often convened and presentedat the Management for CliniciansCourses on behalf of RACMA. Sheis also a coordinating surveyorand educator for the AustralianCouncil on Health Care Standards.Dr Gruner teaches practicalclinical governance in Australiaand overseas with an emphasison simplification of principlesand processes, monitoringmechanisms and critical analysisof existing systems.Dr Peter AngoodDr Angood hasprovided seniorexecutive leadershipfor all sizes andtypes of healthcareorganizations.Currently, he is Chief ExecutiveOfficer for the American Collegeof Physician Executives (ACPE).He was recently Chief MedicalOfficer for the Patient SafetyOrganization of GE Healthcareand also completed a 2-yearengagement with the NationalQuality Forum (NQF) and NationalPriorities Partnership (NPP)as Senior Advisor for PatientSafety. Previously Dr Angoodwas Chief Patient Safety Officerand Vice-President for The JointCommission where he oversawannual development of theNational Patient Safety Goals andother enterprise-wide internationalpatient safety initiatives. Dr Angoodcontinues to intermittently workwith the World Health OrganizationPatient Safety initiative afterhelping lead early development ofthe WHO Collaborating Center forPatient Safety Solutions.After initially practicing withhospitals of McGill University,Dr Angood was subsequentlyrecruited to surgery faculty andhospital administrative positionsat University of Pennsylvania,Yale University, and WashingtonUniversity in St. Louis. Prior toThe Joint Commission, he wasProfessor of Surgery, Anesthesia,and Emergency Medicine atUniversity of MassachusettsMedical School. Dr Angood isa Fellow of the Royal College ofSurgeons (Canada), the AmericanCollege of Surgeons, and theAmerican College of Critical CareMedicine. He has a history ofactive involvement with numerousprofessional societies and recentlyserved as president for Society ofCritical Care Medicine. Dr Angoodis author in over 160 peer-reviewedarticles, policy briefs, abstracts,editorials, and book chapters.His research interests haveaddressed leading-edge clinicalcare problems, patient safety,injury prevention, benchmarking,outcomes management, resourceutilization, health services, medicaleducation, advanced medical andtelemedicine technologies, and theutility of simulation technology.Professor Jenny SimpsonJenny Simpsongraduated fromManchester MedicalSchool in 1976,pursuing a careerin paediatrics inManchester and subsequently inSheffield. As part of her trainingJenny gained an MBA withDistinction followed by a Doctoratein Business Administration. Shethen went on to identify a coregroup of doctors enthusiasticand committed to the idea of aserious approach to managementand leadership education fordoctors, whilst still workingclinically in Sheffield. This coregroup formed the beginning ofthe British Association of MedicalManagers (BAMM). In February2000 Jenny became a member ofthe Government’s ModernisationBoard, as one of a small group ofclinicians working with the PMand the then Secretary of State,Alan Milburn.Jenny was one of the originalsignatories to the NHS plan in Julyof that year. Since then she hasadvised successive Governmentsin both the UK and overseas onclinical leadership strategy. In 2007Jenny was requested by Ministersto lead ‘Tackling ConcernsLocally’ for Department of Health,implementing the White Paper:“Trust, Assurance and Safety”.Jenny contributed to the draftingof the Regulation for MedicalRevalidation and ResponsibleOfficers and was commissionedto write the DH Guidancefor responsible officers, thecompetency framework forresponsible officers and thetraining plan. Jenny currentlyworks with the Department ofHealth and NHS CommissioningBoard in the UK, as part of theNHS Revalidation Support Team,driving forward the radical changesto medical regulation as partof a system-wide approach toimproving the quality of care andpatient safety. As well Jenny isChairman of the European Allianceof Medical Managers (EAMM).Professor Paul MohapelPaul Mohapel wearsmany hats - he is aconsultant, lecturer,educator, researcher,and a facilitator.He has a PhD inpsychology from the Universityof Victoria and has worked asa neuroscience researcher forseveral years at Lund Universityhospital in Sweden, beforereturning back to Canada topursue a Master’s degree inleadership and training from RoyalRoads University.Today, Paul uses his extensiveknowledge of the brain,psychology and leadership todesign and facilitate workshops inorganizational development, andto lecture at several universitiesin leadership, business, andpsychology programs. He consultswith organizations in individualand organizational emotionalintelligence enhancement,leadership development,talent management and teameffectiveness. Paul also conductsresearch into physician leadership,and during his career haspublished over thirty peer-reviewedarticles and four book chaptersin highly acclaimed medicalpublications. He has been invitedas a guest speaker to over twentyinternational medical conferences.Paul is also an aspiring author,currently writing his first book.Dr FUNG HongDr FUNG Hong isthe Cluster ChiefExecutive of theNew TerritoriesEast Cluster at theHospital Authorityas well as the Hospital ChiefExecutive of the Prince of WalesHospital, the teaching hospitalof the Faculty of Medicine of theChinese University of Hong Kong.Prior his current appointment, hewas Director (Professional Services& Planning) at the HospitalAuthority Head Office. He hadbeen responsible for the planningand development of the publichospital services and facilitiesfor over a decade. Dr Funghad also led the developmentof clinical information systemsand electronic patient recordsin the Hospital Authority. Hewas the chairman of the ClinicalInformatics Program SteeringGroup from 1996 to 2008.Dr Fung is the Chief Censorof the Hong Kong College ofCommunity Medicine since 2010.He had served as the Councilmember and Program Directorfor Administrative Medicine forthe College from 2001 to 2009.He was also the Director ofDevelopment of the College ofSurgeons of Hong Kong from2005 to 2010. Dr Fung is HonoraryProfessor of the Department ofMedicine & Therapeutics andSchool of Public Health at theChinese University of HongKong. He teaches healthcaremanagement at both the ChineseUniversity of Hong Kong and theUniversity of Hong Kong.Professor Graham DicksonGraham is theformer director forthe Centre for HealthLeadership andResearch at RoyalRoads University.He was also formerly director ofthe School of Leadership Studies,where he provided guidanceand support for graduate degreeprograms, executive developmentprograms as well as graduatecertificate programs in the Schoolof Leadership Studies. He iscurrently recognized as ProfessorEmeritus at RRU. During histime at RRU Graham was thePrincipal Investigator for the cross-Canada studies that created theLEADS in a Caring Environmentcapabilities framework, andcurrently working with aNational LEADS Collaborativeto support the implementationof LEADS initiatives.In addition to authoringnumerous articles and leadershipdevelopment books, Grahampresents at conferences acrossCanada and internationally onleadership, teams, successionplanning, learning organizationsand systems thinking. Grahamhas a doctorate in educationaladministration, with a specialfocus on program evaluationand organizational performancemeasurement. He was formerlya member of the Board ofDirectors of the Capital HealthRegion in Victoria (prior tobecoming Vancouver IslandHealth Authority), and the GreaterVictoria Hospitals Foundation.He is currently a member of theCanadian Academy of Physicianal Leaders Forum Key Speakers
  4. 4. rehabilitation settings. Gaétan isa Past-President of the CanadianSociety of Physician Executivesand a Fellow of the CanadianCollege of Health Leaders. Gaétanhas served on the mission stafffor seven consecutive ParalympicGames and will be Chef de Missionfor the Canadian Paralympic Teamat the 2012 London ParalympicGames. He is also Director ofAdministration on the CanadianParalympic Committee Boardof Directors.Dr Peter KulingPeter Kuling is anassistant professorof family medicinewith the Universityof Ottawa and leadphysician with theOttawa Hospital Academic FamilyHealth Team, which focuses on thetraining of family physicians. Hehas lectured in family medicine andContinuous Quality Improvement atthe University of Fukui, Fukui City,Japan. He is a faculty member ofthe Physician Management Institute(PMI) of the Canadian MedicalAssociation (CMA) and teachesleadership courses in StrategicThinking, Strategic Influence andNegotiation and Conflict.Peter has acquired extensiveexperience in the politicalenvironment, having beenpresident of the SaskatchewanMedical Association and havingserved an extended term aschair of the CMA Political ActionCommittee. In the latter role, hechampioned a grassroots lobbystrategy for the CMA called theMD-MP Contact Program, whichhas been effective in influencingpublic policy on health care. Healso led the CMA Tobacco SteeringCommittee in its successfulcampaign to obtain a federal lawbanning tobacco advertising atsporting events.Peter has recently been awardedthe designation of CanadianCertified Physician Executive(CCPE) by the CMA and theCanadian Society of PhysicianExecutives and will complete theAdvanced Health LeadershipProgram at the Rotman School ofManagement at the University ofToronto in 2012.Dr Zeev AharonsonDr Aharonsonis a Specialistin OrthopedicSurgery and aSpecialist in MedicalManagement,licensed by the Israeli HealthMinistry and is currently theChairman of Israel Society ofMedical Management. He is anadvisor to Peres Academic Centerin Medical Management; wasa Member of the stirring of theIsrael Management Center (IMC);and was an Adjunct Professorat Tel Aviv University in MedicalManagement up to 2008.Dr Aharonson recently completed23 years as the Medical Directorof Meuhedet (United) health fundin Israel. Meuhedet is an HMOwith over 1,000,000 membersthat delivers medical servicesaccording to the Israeli HealthInsurance Act. Since 1997 DrAharonson has been a member ofthe “Health Basket Committee”,appointed by the Health Minister.The Committee determinesthe priorities of new drugs andtechnologies to be included in thehealth basket under the “Healthinsurance law” Dr Aharonson is anExpert in Disaster medicine andmultiple injured events and until2010 a Member of the AdvisoryCommittee to Israel’s Ministry ofHealth, Emergency Department.Dr Gaétan TardifDr Gaétan Tardifis an academicphysiatrist andhealth care executivewith leadershipexperience inhospital and professionalorganizations. He is MedicalProgram Director - Rehabilitation &Post-Acute Care at the UniversityHealth Network and a Professor inthe Department of Medicine andDirector, Division of Physiatry, atthe University of Toronto.He completed his medical degreeat l’Université Laval and holdsdiplomas in Sports Medicine andElectrodiagnostic Medicine. Hiscurrent research interests are in thearea of communication and patientengagement to enhance safety inAssistants’ Certification Council,and Research Advisor to theCanadian Health LeadershipNetwork. Dr Dickson has madea life of analyzing leadership andhow it affects positive and negativechange in any organization. Heis currently working with healthorganizations across Canadawho are using LEADS forleadership development andsuccession planning.Dr Carlo FavarettiDr Favaretti is thePresident of theItalian Society ofHealth TechnologyAssessment (SIHTA).He has previouslyheld the position of CEO, AziendaOspedaliero-Universitaria SantaMaria della Misericordia, Udine,(University Hospital Trust ofUdine); CEO, Azienda Provincialeper i Servizi Sanitari, ProvinciaAutonoma di Trento (HealthCare Service Trust, AutonomousProvince of Trento); CEO, LocalHealth Unit 19, Veneto Region;Medical Director, Hospital andUniversity Medical Centre, Padovaand Head, Environmental andOccupational Health Branch, LocalHealth Unit 9, Veneto Region.Dr Favaretti is an Honorary SeniorLecturer of Health TechnologyAssessment, Post-graduateSchools of Hygiene and PreventiveMedicine, University of Udine.Dr Favaretti is the NationalCo-ordinator of WHO initiativefor Health Promoting Hospitals,President of the Italian Society ofHealth Technology Assessmentand Co-ordinator of the ScientificCommittee of the Italian Society ofMedical Managers and Member ofthe Board of the Italian Federationof Public Health and HealthcareOrganization. Over the last yearshis scientific production focusedon health promotion, healthtechnology assessment andcontinuous quality improvement.Dr Karen OwenDr Karen Owenis the ChiefExecutive of TheRoyal AustralasianCollege of MedicalAdministrators.She was appointed to this role in2006 after earlier senior executiveroles in public and private sectorhealth services and education.Karen’s areas of work interestinclude organisational changeand decision forming, training,quality and safety improvement.Among her achievements Karenrecalls “Employer of Choice”status awards, organisationaccreditation in health andtertiary education organisations.In 2006 Karen completed herdoctoral studies using theconcept of sense makingto explore the challenges ofmanaging inter-organisationalrelationships. Her background ineducation underpins her use of alearning approach to managing‘deep’ and sustainable changein organisations.Dr Sarath SamarageDr SarathSamarage is a PastPresident of theCollege of MedicalAdministrators ofSri Lanka. He iscurrently serving as a NationalConsultant at the World HealthOrganization Country Office, SriLanka. He is a ConsultantCommunity Physician, and heldthe posts of DirectorOrganization Development andDeputy Director General ofHealth Services(Planning) in theMinistry of Health prior to hisretirement in 2010 after serving32 years in different parts of thecountry. He is a Senior Fellow ofthe Post Graduate Institute ofMedicine, University of Colomboand has served in the Boards ofStudy in Community Medicineand Medical Administration. Hewas recently conferred with thefellowships of the College ofCommunity Physicians and theCollege of MedicalAdministrators of Sri Lanka forhis outstanding contributions tothe fields of Community Medicineand Medical Administration.Dr Samarage’s research interestsare in the areas of HealthSystems Development, PrimaryHealth Care, Human ResourcesDevelopment, Health Policy& Planning.www.wfmm.org2013 International Medical Leaders Forum Key Speakers continued