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Strategic Planning Session February 2013. Participants. Sean Madorin Louise Gordon Bill Dow Ray Bourgeois Lynda Kushnir-Pekrul Allen Billy Jane Gamberg Rae Gropper Isabel Clements - Facilitator. Session Objectives.

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Strategic planning session february 2013

Strategic Planning SessionFebruary 2013


Participants

Participants

  • Sean Madorin

  • Louise Gordon

  • Bill Dow

  • Ray Bourgeois

  • Lynda Kushnir-Pekrul

  • Allen Billy

  • Jane Gamberg

  • Rae Gropper

  • Isabel Clements - Facilitator


Session objectives

Session Objectives

  • Revisit vision & mission to maximize clarity and ensure alignment of goals

  • Capture successes and assess strengths against vision& mission

  • Identify challenges to achieving vision & mission

  • Identify opportunities to maximize CAAHP’s impact

  • Develop a consistent message around CAAHP


Wall of wins

‘Wall of Wins’

  • CAAHP’s participation in useful research activities (simulation videos, ‘sustaining the allied health professions‘ project)

  • Impacting educational policy through connections with accreditation bodies, ACCC, professional associations, etc.

  • Attracting high-quality keynote speakers for annual AGMs

  • Sustaining annual membership numbers

  • Promoting greater understanding of inter-professional collaborative education and simulation

  • Providing an excellent network for info sharing/exchange of ideas

  • Recognition by Federal Government that CAAHP represents Allied Health Professions: called to represent sector (AHSP)


Vision and mission

Vision and Mission

Vision: To shape the future of allied health sciences education within the college and institute system

Mission: To be the nationalvoice for allied health sciences education

  • No change to vision or mission??

  • Add a new legacy statement??

    To create an effective Canadian network of high quality allied health sciences education programs


Value proposition why join

Value Proposition (Why Join?)

Current

Proposed

We are the national organization of academic leaders representing health sciences in the college and institute system.

We act as a portal, connecting an integrated network of practitioners: sharing of expertise, best practices, research findings, etc.

We represent health sciences on various national committees and forums addressing such issues as interprofessional Education (IPE), entry-to-practice credentials and clinical education.

We host an annual conference to address priorities affecting the delivery of health sciences programs.

  • We are the national organization of academic leaders representing health sciences in the college and institute system.

  • We are affinity group of ACCC providing “one door entry” into all college and institute applied health sciences programs, government agencies and other networks.

  • We represent health sciences on various national committees and forums addressing such issues as interprofessional Education (IPE), entry-to-practice credentials and clinical education.

  • We host an annual meeting to address priorities affecting the delivery of health sciences programs.


Caahp s 2013 2014 strategic focus next steps

CAAHP’s 2013-2014 Strategic Focus & Next Steps

Increase CAAHP's impact & success for members beyond AGMs by focusing on strengthening 'being the national voicefor AHS'.

Leverage existing strengths with success at AGM

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Focus on Branding & Visibility


Key strategy nurture relationships

Key Strategy: Nurture Relationships

  • Board Members to focus on advocacy role to create a community of awareness

  • Build on relationship with CMA / national / regulatory associations

  • Increase communication to members and potential members

  • connect to operational leaders (e.g. program heads)

  • Increase depth and visibility


Immediate actions

Immediate Actions

  • Develop target relationship/advocacy map; establish and share strategy

  • Leverage recent CMA exposure (AHSP)

  • Update website and promote usage

  • Discuss with members concepts such as

    • eNewsletters

    • Workshops to share expertise and best practices


Additional strategies for f uture consideration

Additional Strategies for Future Consideration

Communication

Growth

Broaden membership

Affiliates

University programs?

Private institutions?

  • Facebook

  • Online Moderator

  • Create/Hire a Communications Officer - strategy, media releases, membership communications


Feedback and suggestions please

Feedback and suggestions please!


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