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Future planning 2015 results

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May 16th 2016

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Future planning 2015 results

  1. 1. May 16, 2016 Future Planning –2015 Results (from Saskatoon & Regina meetings) Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful
  2. 2. Core Values • Best Practice or Evidence Based • Collaboration • Commitment • Common Goals (short and long- term)  Accountability  Communication  Consolidation  Diversity  Evidence Based (Best Practice)  Oral Health Connected to General Health Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful Current: Recommended:
  3. 3. Greatness • Accountability • Decision-making • Generous budget • Inclusiveness  Attract other disciplines which oral health affects  Collaboration  Communication  Comprehensive & Integrated approach  Continuing Evaluation  Culturally Competent  Informative  Innovative  Open-Minded  Responsibility  Shared Concern  Sustainable budget  Unified Voice Current: Recommended:
  4. 4. Gaps 1. Low income/low socio-economic groups (30) 2. Long Term Care (20) 2. Maternal health (20) 3. Homeless/vulnerable people (17) 3. New Canadians/immigrants/refugees (17) 4. People facing mental/physical challenges (12) 5. Seniors (11) Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful
  5. 5. Gaps If categories collapsed: 1. Vulnerable populations – Low income – New Canadian/Immigrants/Refugees – Homeless & vulnerable 2. Long Term Care/Seniors 3. People Facing mental/physical challenges 4. Cultural Competency/Safety Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful
  6. 6. What do you want our Coalition to look like? Currently: • Increased & diverse membership: more multi- sector, with more representation from all levels of government for a well-rounded perspective. • Culturally competent; safe • Educational • Our strength will be in our numbers and having a common message coming from many different sectors. Proposed: • Networking capacity Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful
  7. 7. What are we agreeing upon, by being in the Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition? We agree that: Currently: • We must raise public consciousness to make oral health a priority. • We will achieve this by serving as advocates and lobbyists. • We are willing to each serve as a resource to the group: to inform, educate and update on relevant issues, so that all members may reach a common level of understanding.
  8. 8. What are we agreeing upon, by being in the Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition? We agree that: Currently (continued): • Raising awareness of potential stakeholders about oral health issues, so that more people may be willing to get involved, and promote coalition to the public. • Supportive of each of our initiatives, including SOHC and partners work initiatives/projects. • Involve more front line workers.
  9. 9. What are we agreeing upon, by being in the Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition? We agree that: Currently (continued): • We will leave our own individual agendas “at the door”. • There exists a need for a Provincial Dental Officer. Proposed: • We need to encourage other agencies/groups at executive level to be engaged in oral health issues.
  10. 10. What are we agreeing upon, by being in the Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition? We agree that: Proposed (continued): • We need to engage partners in rural areas between bi-annual meetings. • We need to advocate for curriculum assessments at institutions that train/educate oral health professions. • We will promote SOHC in a positive manner (billboards, ads, social media) • Representation from funding agencies. Collaborative ~ Diverse ~ Leaders – Proactive - Respectful
  11. 11. How do we engage people and groups already identified as missing from our Coalition? Who else do we need to engage/invite?
  12. 12. Who? How? Leadership from a Chief Dental Health Officer for the province. Advocate @ provincial level. Additional First Nations communities • • Other provincial groups • midwives • speech language pathologists • Social Services • • • Agencies who work with low income groups • Carmichael Outreach • Oxford House • Project People • Open Door Society • Global Gathering Place • • •
  13. 13. Who? How? MLA’s • • • • School Boards • • • Prenatal Groups • • • Social media Campaign ads
  14. 14. Voting • Small group discussion on activities to address Gaps (20-30 minutes). • Each individual to take their green dots and “vote” on the proposed additions to the Terms of Reference (5 minutes).

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