Chronic and Complex Health Care

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Report Code: HCP11654. January, 2011. Halifax, NS

ARTICLE I

Current Trends, Future Challenges: The Social Cost of Chronic Disease and its Impact on Health Care Economics

Dr. David Butler-Jones
Chief Public Health Officer
Public Health Agency of Canada

ARTICLE II

Chronic and Complex Health Care in New Brunswick

Bronwyn Davies
Director, Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease Prevention and Management Strategy
New Brunswick Department of Health

ARTICLE III

Addressing Chronic Disease in PEI

Deborah Bradley
Executive Director, Community Hospitals and Primary Health Care
Health PEI

ARTICLE IV

The Nova Scotia Chronic Pain Collaborative Care Network: A Community of Practice

Dr. Peter MacDougall
Director
Nova Scotia Chronic Pain Collaborative Care Network

ARTICLE V

A Changing Approach to Treating Mental Health and Chronic Disease: addressing common mental disorders in resource poor environments – a model for all?

Dr. Stanley Kutcher, MD, FRCPC
Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health
Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine
Dalhousie University
Director, WHO Collaborating Center

Lynn Kelly de Groot
Primary Health Care Consultant
Addiction Mental Health and Primary Health Care Division
New Brunswick Department of Health

ARTICLE VI

Building Sustainable and Effective Self Management Programs in New Brunswick

Lynn Kelly de Groot
Primary Health Care Consultant
Addiction Mental Health and Primary Health Care Division
New Brunswick Department of Health

ARTICLE VII

Self- Management Education for People with Chronic Pain – Where we’ve been, where we’re going

Dr. Sandra M. LeFort
Professor, School of Nursing
Memorial University of Newfoundland

ARTICLE VIII

Integrated Chronic Disease Self-Management and Self-Management Support – Issues and Advances

Durhane Wong-Rieger
President and Chief Executive Officer
Institute for Optimizing Health Outcomes

ARTICLE IX

Prevention Along The Continuum

Dr. Nicholas B. Giacomantonio, MD, FRCPC
Cardiologist, Division of Cardiology QEII Health Sciences Centre
Associate Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University

ARTICLE X

Social Determinants of Health and the Link to Chronic Disease

Jean Harvey
Director, Canadian Population Health Intiative
Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)

ARTICLE XI

The Ontario Health Study: A Vovage of Discovery in Understanding the Causes of Chronic Disease

Dr. Lyle John Palmer, PhD, FRSS, FAIM
Executive Scientific Director, Ontario Health Study
Director, Genetic Epidemiology Program
Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

ARTICLE XII

Leadership & Integration of Acute and Inter-Professional Care Models for Effective Chronic Pain Service Delivery

Gail Sloane
Chronic Disease Coordinator
Primary Health Care

Rachelle O’Sullivan
Director, Acute and Tertiary Care
Nova Scotia Department of Health

ARTICLE XIII

The Nova Scotia Experience Finding a Funding Model that Works

Kevin Chapman
Director of Policy
Doctors Nova Scotia

ARTICLE XIV

Current Ideas, Initiatives and Challenges Faced in Preventing Chronic Disease

Betty Hoyt
Director of Prevention and Support
Canadian Cancer Society, New Brunswick

ARTICLE XV

Equipping Health Promotion Practitioners

Betty Kozak
Provincial Training Coordinator
Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative
Manitoba Healthy Living, Youth & Seniors

ARTICLE XVI

Sowing the Seeds toward Better Health: Chronic Disease Prevention in Manitoba

Betty Kozak, PHEc
Provincial Training Coordinator
Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative
Manitoba Healthy Living, Youth & Seniors

ARTICLE XVII

Strategies for Initiating and Managing a Change of Lifestyle/Behaviour to Improve Outcomes

Michael Vallis, PhD, R Psych
Psychologist and Lead, Behaviour Change Institute, Capital Health
Associate Professor (Psychiatry), Adjunct Professor (Psychology)
Dalhousie University