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In early 2006, I was sitting in a computer science class at the University of Victoria (British Columbia, Canada) listening to (now Gevity Managing Partner Emeritus) Tracy Forbes talk about the British Columbia Ministry of Justice (BC Corrections) primary care information system.
Gevity’s Kiersten Mackie on Her Day as e-Health 2015 Conference Chair
Jerry Seinfeld once joked, “according to most studies, people's number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death…this means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you're better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.”
There is no doubt that teams play a significant role in today’s workplace. Over the years thousands of articles have been published to share insights into making the inner workings of a team optimal. When asked to write a short piece on teamwork for this issue of EP Exchange, I decided that I would write about what I believe are ingredients of successful teamwork. These “ingredients” lend themselves nicely to form the acronym: G.R.E.A.T. The intention of this article is to provide another view on helping teams succeed, ensure collaboration, and become
With so many health issues being highlighted in the media recently it can be hard to put them all into perspective. The most recent Ebola case count now stands at over 20,000 with nearly 8000 deaths. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), Measles and even a Mumps outbreak among NHL players have captivated media attention. But what should Canadians really be concerned with?
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