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June 2016, Paul Gallant, Chaired the
inaugural, IoT Big Data in Healthcare Summit, Toronto, June 21-22, 2016.
Paul Gallant awarded Chapter Distinguished Service Award, 2014, by Canadian College of Health Leaders, BC Lower Mainland Chapter.
A GP for Me, Doctors of BC and BC Ministry of Health. Paul
Gallant promoting community engagement and stakeholder input regarding
family doctors in BC. Interview with CKNW Radio, Nov. 2013. Have a
listen to this 3 minute radio morning show interview on CKNW here on YouTube or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyF16_SWQ7M The Vancouver Sun, Sept. 16., 2013 "Owning our Health-New Directions for health are possible." Published interview with Paul Gallant here
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Photo: CCHL BC Lower Mainland Chair Karen Baillie (L); Hon. Dr. M. MacDiarmid, BC Minister of Health; Paul Gallant, Emcee & Vice-Chair (R).
PAST EVENTS WITH ACTIVE ROLE/PARTNERSHIP (INCLUDE BELOW)
*Session Chair & Moderator, Dianne Doyle, President & CEO Providence Health Care. Leadership Reflections as I Transition to Retirement ...I Can Say Anything Now! Canadian College of Health Leaders, BC Lower Mainland Chapter, June 2017.
*Sustaining & Transforming Our Health System(s): Health Innovation for
All. IHI Open School
Canadian Chapter Network Conference, Workshop presenter and facilitator. The University
of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 10, 2017
*Conference Chair & Partner, IoTBig Data in Healthcare Summit, June 21-22, 2016. Toronto.
*Partner, National Forum on Patient Experience, 2015, 2014 & 2013. Toronto.
*Partner, Wellness & Sustainable Health Care Forum, Toronto. Oct. 30-31, 2013. Conference Board of Canada.
*Partner, Western Summit on Sustainable Health (2013). *Partner, Hacking Health Vancouver. Frontline clinicians including physicians, technology experts, business developers, patients and mentors solving health care problems over a weekend! Gallant HealthWorks was a proud Community Partner and Paul Gallant, Mentor.
*The Hon. Margaret MacDiarmid (photo above centre), BC Minister of Health: A Dialogue with Health Leaders. Breakfast Session with the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL). Vancouver, Paul Gallant: Emcee/planning committee.
*May 2012: Making Resource Allocation Decisions: A Study of Canadian Health Care Organizations with Neale Smith. Vancouver and via web. UBC CHCM/CCHL.
*Apr. 25. Guest Moderator. Health Care Social Media Canada (#HCSMCA), Tweet Chat. Topics: 1. strategy for quality improvement using social media 2. privacy and social media the pros and cons.
*Apr. 4. Developing effective nurse leaders. CCHL/CHCM UBC, Paul Gallant Organizing Committee. Vancouver and via webinar or archive.
*Apr. 13. Lessons learned from leadership and redesign of the Canadian Forces Health Services. Lt. Colonel Rick Warren, CD, BBA, MHSc, CHE Commanding Officer, Canadian Forces Health Services (Pacific). Paul Gallant Organizing Committee. CCHL BC Lower Mainland.
*Mar. 21. If you're not keeping score you're only practicing: Evaluating a system-wide lean implementation. CCHL/CHCM UBC, Paul Gallant Organizing Committee.
*Mar. 7, 2012. Social Media Strategy & Relationship Building for Health System Improvements. BC Patient Safety & Quality Council. Quality Forum. Paul Gallant, presenter. Slides here. Note: Preliminary social media strategy survey results begin on Slide #25. Updated final results also now available on SlideShare.
*Feb. 7, 2012. Bob Breen. Applying Lean Thinking and Principles in Building Design. CCHL/CHCM UBC. Paul Gallant organizing committee. Vancouver.
*Jan. 6, 2012. Keeping Medicare Sustainable: Lessons for the next decade, Dr. Stephen Duckett, MHA, Ph.D, Past President/CEO Alberta Health Services. CCHL, Paul Gallant, co-emcee/planner.
*Nov. 30, 2011 Patient-Centred Care: Using Operations Research Methods to Improve Care for Spinal Cord Patients (Derek Atkins, Marcel Dvorak, & Vanessa Noonan Panel). (Paul Gallant, Organizing Committee CCHL).
*Oct. 27, 2011. Health Care Social Media Canada #HCSMCA Tweetchat, Paul Gallant Guest Moderator as @HealthWorksBC.
*Feb 18, 2011. With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility. Breakfast with the CEO's. Four of BC's healthcare CEO's. Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL). Vancouver. Co-organizer.
*Feb 8, 2011. Transforming Care for Canadians with Chronic Health Conditions: Put People First, Expect the Best, Manage for Results. Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, CAHS Report. Dr. Louise Nasmith and Dr. Penny Ballem. UBC CHCM & CCHL. Paul Gallant, Organizing Committee.
*October 12, 2010. Canadian College of Health Service Executives (CCHSE), Networking and education event. Leadership in Action: Application of the LEADS in a Caring Environment Framework. Vancouver
*2009-2010 Monthly, via Telepresence/WebEx, North American Leadership Action Series "person-centered health."
*Healthcare Leaders' BC Conference, Advisory Committee 2009 & 2010
KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION: FEATURED IN A CANADIAN NATIONAL TV DOCUMENTARY
Males and Eating Disorders in Canada: Dying to be Thin
Global National's 16:9. Dying to be Thin. Aired Feb 26 & 27th, 2011 plus additional later dates.
Paul Gallant was interviewed for this TV magazine segment about his stakeholder engagement research with males who have eating disorders. This story is an excellent example of knowledge translation. It raises awareness of eating disorders in Canada and speaks to new opportunities for treatment in BC.
Carolyn Jarvis (Global National) & Paul Gallant
EATING DISORDERS RESOURCES
2014, February Excerpt The 'Other' 25%: Males with Eating Disorders, by Paul Gallant
Eating disorders, as many readers will know, are complex mental
disorders that may have serious health consequences and negatively
impact quality of life.
For example, anorexia, one form of eating disorder has the highest
mortality of all mental illnesses. If past statistics continue to
represent the future, which we hope in the case of anorexia, they do
not, as recent studies demonstrate that one in five persons with
anorexia will die as a result of the disorder or its complications.
Certainly this number would seem far too high to ignore.
Yet, much of our society, including health professionals fail to
recognize or suspect eating disorders in females or males despite the
sometimes apparent medical signs, symptoms and the impact of eating
disorders upon society. The difficulty to easily “detect” eating
disorders in both males and females, the delayed supports as a result of
later recognition, plus the often delayed awareness of friends and
families, does not exactly help support earlier awareness of the
illness- whether a male or female.
Many readers may be surprised that the earliest medical descriptions of
eating disorders, by Richard Morton, included a 16 year old boy with
anorexia in 1689. Recent studies suggest that more than one in four
cases of eating disorders occur in males, yet males are under
represented in eating disorders’ treatment, eating disorders’ public
information and in eating disorders’ research.
Males are known to have all forms of eating disorders including:
anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and eating
disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS). We know that some males with
• Were teased and/or bullied as a child
• Have low self-esteem
• Were overweight as a child
• Have a drive for muscularity or a drive for thinness
• Have co-morbidities such as substance use and depression
• Cope emotionally
Males with eating disorders may be reluctant to seek help for a variety
of additional reasons compared to females with eating disorders. The
reasons that men reluctantly seek treatment or help include
traditionally held ideas of masculinity. Eating disorders present an
additional stigma to males. Males with eating disorders may struggle
with the added misconception that eating disorders are a “female only”
Resources and supports that help males with eating disorders work
towards recovery continue to be lacking. Often those resources that do
exist are sometimes located in facilities typically identified with
women or with children though indicate they are “open” to serving men as
In my view, we need to increasingly focus on health promotion and
self-esteem. By building upon community based approaches services that
include an increased awareness and early detection of eating disorders
in males and females. This includes providing adequate early education
in primary schools and support to family doctors and nurse practitioners
to help people who have eating disorders. Evidence supports other
services in the community including comprehensive approaches to obesity
that do not polarize one disorder or illness against another, wellness
approaches to whole self, support groups, peer-support, counseling,
family therapy, and in certain instances specialist services.
Love our bodies, love ourselves is a movement launched by the B.C. Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness Campaign (PEDAW). The blog contribution above, by Paul Gallant was first published online here.
Person-centred health Leadership Action Series monthly telepresence. Paulette Lacroix & Paul Gallant dialogue with other colleagues across North America (on monitors) to effect person-centred change to our health system. Paul was a contributor 2009-2010.
Past: A Sample of Recently Attended Events Include Those Below
Mar 18, 2011. Succession Planning During Large Scale Organizational Change? YES, it's possible. Lessons learned from the NHS with Karen Lynas, Director-Top Leaders, NHS (UK). Vancouver.
Dec 10, Journey to the Routine Measurement of Patient Reported Outcomes, Dr. Andrew Vallance-Owen (Bupa) presented by the Centre for Healthcare Management & C2E2, Vancouver
Nov 5 Every Patient Experience Should Be Safe. Canadian Patient Safety Institute's (CPSI) Strategic Plan with CEO Hugh MacLeod. CHCM, Vancouver
October 13-14 HealthCare Leaders' Association of BC, Annual Conference, Vancouver
Oct 4. BC Health Information Technology: Achieving the 2020 Vision including White Paper by Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Chair of the Ivey Centre for Health Innovation and Leadership "Leveraging Information Technology To Transform and Sustain BC's Health Care Sector."
Sept 29, 2010 Inaugural Healthcare & Social Media Canada Tweetchat #hcsmca
Aug. 17. Vancouver Board of Trade with The Honourable Peter Van Loan, Minister of International Trade, Government of Canada
June 9. North American Leadership Action Series Person Centered health, via Telepresence/WebEx.
Apr. 23, 2010. Collaboration- How the City of Vancouver Meets the Health Objectives of its Most Vulnerable. Mayor Gregor Robertson. Vancouver. CCHSE/HCLABC.
Mar. 24-25, Healthcare Enterprise Risk Management Conference: Bringing ERM to Life, Toronto
Monthly, via Telepresence/WebEx, Leadership Action Series "person-centered health" via Telepresence/WebEx, leadership action series.
Jan 21st, Co-lead. UBC Centre for Healthcare Management, Reorienting Health Care Systems into Genuine Systems for Health. The Honorable Dr. Carolyn Bennett (Ontario)
Cambridge University, UK. Judge Business School, Health Services Organization & Management Series, From Heirarchy to Networks
Action Towards Health Reducing Health Inequities PHABC Conference. Vancouver. Presenter