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Good Monday morning,
Last week, I had the privilege of sharing some thoughts at UHN's Annual Meeting. For those who attended or watched, I hope you'll agree that
Michael Baker and I have an opportunity to take our show on the road. Michael, I invite you to join me on stage any time!
Saturday was a particularly good day in my books. I attended
Michener's Convocation Ceremony – there's nothing quite as energizing as a room full of excited, hopeful about-to-be graduates. Congratulations to the class of 2018! I was invited to share a few words with the graduates that I'd like to paraphrase for the rest of you.
On a similar energizing note, I attended the
Emerging Leaders [Editor's Note: Link is no longer available] graduation ceremony. For those who don't know, it's one of the programs we offer to help develop aspiring people managers at UHN. This particular cohort was our largest ever! For those who might be interested in taking part, I encourage you to speak with your manager and
apply before June 29. Professional development is part of UHN's core beliefs.
I also had the chance to meet with teams from
Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation (TGWHF)
and Toronto Rehab Foundation (TRF) to learn more about the remarkable work they do. I'm looking forward to meeting
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation next month.
Another highlight was attending the
Collaborative Academic Practice Research Day. Great to have
Dr. Ross Baker discussing the role of teamwork in safe, effective care as the opening keynote. Ross is an internationally recognized expert in quality and safety so we are extremely fortunate to have him as Vice-Chair of UHN's Board of Trustees.
Finally, some of you may have noticed that the
CN Tower was lit red and yellow on Thursday night. This was in honour of the
th Global Hepatitis Summit, held for the first time in Canada. Congratulations to co-chairs
Drs. Harry Janssen,
Jordan Feld and
Adam Gehring. The 3D Toronto sign in Nathan Phillips Square was also lit in red and yellow!
Have a good week ahead,