Across Canada, emergency departments are overworked, and many visitors would be better served by non-urgent care services. For example, did you know that one in three ED visits by seniors in residential care is potentially avoidable?
The Fraser Health Authority in BC recently piloted PREVIEW-ED©, a tool that can detect early health decline in nursing home […]
Siena associates are always up to something, and this week is no exception. This week it’s Christopher Pollon celebrating the launch of his new book, The Peace in Peril: The Real Cost of the Site C Dam. Equal parts travel adventure, history, and journalistic exploration, it delves into the dubious trade-offs made in the […]Read More »
If you didn’t get a chance to tune in Gayle Farrell’s guest turn on Tuesday’s From Our Vantage Point podcast, it’s not too late. You can check out the recording of Gayle’s 15-minute chat with host Maria Turnbull about “Learning through human connections: the human advantage over Google” on Vantage Point.
Gayle and Maria discuss how […]
Social learning is more than just a buzzword. Increasingly it informs how organizations create a space for their talent to share knowledge, spread good ideas, and realize their full potential. Think about how great teams germinate, nurture, and harvest great ideas. Where does the sunlight come from to help grow these ideas, and bring us […]Read More »
The Conference Board of Canada has identified social learning as a key channel by which organizations develop their talent and strategize for the future. Social learning happens organically when colleagues share ideas and best practices, and you can also formalize it by building opportunities to network into your project timelines. But how do you make […]Read More »