Driving Forces Shaping the Future of Canadian Health Care

A discussion about forces shaping the health landscape and how to prep emerging leaders to deliver change, no matter what the future holds.
Medical students working around a table.


Date & Time

April 29, 2019
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


Ron Joyce Centre
4350 South Service Road
Burlington, ON


$55 (in person)
$35 (webinar)

Includes hor d’oeuvres, refreshments, and networking.


Mary Taws


Join a panel of industry experts as they parse the findings of the Health Leadership Academy’s forthcoming white paper. The discussion will delve into the forces shaping the health landscape and how the industry can best prepare emerging leaders to deliver change, no matter what the future holds.

  • Rick Hackett (moderator)
    McMaster Professor and Canada Research Chair of Organizational Behaviour and Human Performance
  • André Picard
    Health Columnist, The Globe and Mail
  • Teresa Chan
    Assistant Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine, McMaster University
  • Shannon MacDonald
    Managing Director, Accenture
  • Greg McQueen
    Lead facilitator, Emerging Health Leadership Program, Health Leadership Academy

Current McMaster students, employees and faculty are eligible for a discounted ticket. Email tawsm1@mcmaster for more information.



Ron Joyce Centre
4350 South Service Road
Burlington, ON

(Ron Joyce Centre | DeGroote School of Business, South Service Road, Burlington, ON, Canada)


Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Panel discussion and networking 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

$55 in person (includes hor d’oeuvres, refreshments & networking)
$35 via webinar

Mary Taws, Communications Officer, Health Leadership Academy

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