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Apheo strategic planning 2008 february 8 2008 presentation to apheo

APHEO Strategic Planning 2008February 8, 2008Presentation to APHEO


Brief history of apheo
Brief History of APHEO

  • 1991 – Inaugural meeting

  • 1992 – Terms of reference, first executive elected

  • 1993 – First APHEO workshop

  • 1994 – First constitution, official name and mission

  • 1995 – Became affiliate of alPHa, OCCHA

  • 1997 – Website launched, logo created, Membership expanded to include affiliates

  • 1999 – Core Indicators binder produced

  • 2000 – First strategic planning session

  • 2001 – APHEOLIST listserve started

  • 2002 – Joined OPHA, Core Indicators website launched

  • 2003 – New URL and website, Health Canada contracts, SARS, 100+ members

  • 2004 – Second strategic planning completed

  • 2006 – Core Competency contract

  • 2007 – Epidata Project, Epi Core Competencies done


2000 strategic planning components
2000 Strategic PlanningComponents

  • Survey of members to identify themes

  • Strategic planning session held on April 13, 2000 facilitated by Bill Staples

  • Identification of Issues – Strategic Plan


2000 strategic planning six strategic issues identified
2000 Strategic PlanningSix Strategic Issues Identified

1-2 Year

Time Frame

  • Defining the scope and value of epidemiology in Public Health

  • Demonstrating, promoting and marketing the scope of epidemiology and how APHEO supports this

  • Using technology to increase communication between members

  • Building project specific partnerships

  • Getting Program Planning and Evaluation General Standard on the table and influencing it

  • Resolving the member/affiliate status issue


2003 2004 strategic planning components
2003/2004 Strategic PlanningComponents

  • Planning session on Oct 15, 2003 in Kingston for half-day at APHEO conference – 25 members attended

  • Strategic Planning Meeting Feb 5&6 2004 at Courtyard Mariott Hotel in Toronto – 11 members attended, in tandem with OPHA Core Competencies meeting

  • Both sessions facilitated by Judith Mackenzie, used workbooks, produced 2 reports


October 2003 session accomplishments
October 2003 Session Accomplishments

4 Year

Time Frame

  • Themes from 2000 strategic planning were reviewed and updated in terms of progress

  • Vision statement drafted

  • Environmental scan completed

  • Goal statements drafted

  • 21 potential action steps drafted from brainstorming session


February 2004 strategic planning participants

Sherri Deamond

Mary Lou Decou

Anne Marie Holt

Mary-Anne Pietrusiak

Ruth Sanderson

Patrick Seliske

Lee Sieswerda

Suzanne Sinclair

Andrea Smith

Adam Stevens

Carla Troy

February 2004 Strategic PlanningParticipants


Apheo s mission
APHEO’s Mission

  • To advance and promote the discipline and professional practice of epidemiology in Ontario public health units


Apheo s vision

Problem:

Not clearly documented,

Is this the final version?

APHEO’s Vision

  • By the Year 2007, APHEO will be a valued and recognized leader in public health. This will be accomplished by:

    • Promoting the science and practice of epidemiology to strengthen the public health system,

    • Providing support and professional development opportunities for its members and,

    • Acting as a key resource for the advancement of public health.


Apheo s values statement

Is this the

final version?

APHEO’s Values Statement

  • As a professional organization APHEO:

    • Is committed to work to improve the health of the population,

    • Believes that epidemiologists are integral to public health core functions,

    • Is committed to advancing the science and evidence-based practice of public health epidemiology,

    • Is committed to a supportive and participatory network of people with an interest in epidemiology and,

    • Is committed to high standards for the practice of epidemiology.


Apheo s goal statements
APHEO’s Goal Statements

  • Enhance the use of epidemiology skills and knowledge in public health.

  • Increase the profile of APHEO to be a recognized leader in public health epidemiology.

  • Increase the capacity to accomplish our mission.

  • Increase opportunities for professional development for members.

Action Plan 2004-2007



Apheo strategic planning 2008 february 8 2008 presentation to apheo

Goal: Increase the profile of APHEO to be a recognized leader in public health epidemiology.


Apheo strategic planning 2008 february 8 2008 presentation to apheo

Goal: Increase the profile of APHEO to be a recognized leader in public health epidemiology. (cont’d)


Apheo strategic planning 2008 february 8 2008 presentation to apheo

Goal: Increase the capacity to accomplish our mission. leader in public health epidemiology. (cont’d)




Strategic planning 2008 apheo committee members
Strategic Planning 2008 for members.APHEO Committee Members

  • Joanna Oliver (chair)

  • Monica Bienefeld

  • Popy Dimoulas-Graham

  • Jason Garay

  • Mary-Anne Pietrusiak

  • Ruth Sanderson

  • Lindsay Whitmore


Strategic planning 2008 required components
Strategic Planning 2008 for members.Required Components

  • Review mission, vision, values

  • Environmental scan

  • Develop goals and new work plan


Proposed process
Proposed Process for members.

  • General presentation at Feb 8 meeting

  • Hiring of facilitator

  • Half-Day Session May 2

  • Environmental scan – survey of stakeholders?

  • Second session to develop work plan in Summer or Fall

  • Reports produced by facilitator from each session

  • Strategic plan completed by the Fall


2008 is the year of opportunities and challenges for apheo
2008 is the Year of Opportunities for members.and Challenges for APHEO

  • EpiData Project

  • Core Indicators Project – PHAC funding

  • New Ontario Public Health Standards – PHAS Protocol

  • The Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion

  • RRFSS strategic planning

  • Reorganization of the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

  • Expansion of Health Analytics branch in the Health System Information Management Division of the MOHLTC (Sten Ardal’s branch)

  • Public Health Capacity changes – Operation Health Protection


Questions

Questions? for members.