Hosted by the Health Care Administration program at St. Lawrence College, the webinar will focus on how the current pandemic will change the global healthcare sector as we know it. What type of strategic shifts will leaders and administrators be required to make as they plan for a post-COVID-19 world? How should leaders within the healthcare sector better position their organization and employees for a world that will be very different from what it was pre-COVID?

Join our panel of healthcare leaders from Canada and around the world as they discuss these questions.
Friday October 30, 2020, starting at 12:00 PM EDT
Patricia Monthé
Founder & CEO, Medx.Care, Netherlands
Patricia Monthe has been described as a visionary, with a leadership style combining cognitive pluralism and integrity, both of which make her particularly fit for environments that require pioneering new models or engaging multi-disciplinary & multicultural groups to orchestrate new systems.

As a pioneer in the field of innovating for Universal Healthcare Coverage, she is among the first thought leaders recruited by the World Economic Forum & World Health Organization for consultations towards pioneering models of public-private cooperation to realize the ambitions of the global agenda for UHC 2030.

Prior to her days as an entrepreneur committed and dedicated to the cause of bringing about solutions to the universal healthcare coverage in the world, she has held key transformation roles in global multinationals, leading Million Euros transformation projects involving the strategic alignment of the group vision/strategy and regional operations.
Dr. Kieran Moore
Medical Officer of Health, KFL&A Public Health, Kingston, Canada
Dr. Moore is the Medical Officer of Health for KFL&A Public Health and is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Public Health and Preventive Medicine. He is also a Professor of Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He received his medical degree from the University of Ottawa in 1985, and subsequently received his specialty certification in Family Medicine as well as Emergency Medicine from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. He has a Master's degree in Disaster Medicine, as well as Public Health, and a diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Dr. Moore has extensive experience in public health surveillance systems, pre-hospital care, and multidisciplinary research projects. His main areas of interest are the evaluation of various data streams for the early detection of outbreaks, opiate and drugs of abuse surveillance as well as the assessment of deprivation distribution in populations. His work with the Queen’s University Public Health Informatics Team (QPHI), Acute Care and Health Care Worker absenteeism, real-time surveillance system and provincial Telehealth data have been published in the Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, the European Journal of Emergency Medicine, Advances in Disease Surveillance, and the Canadian Journal of Public Health. For more details, please visit the following website: www.kflaphi.ca.
Dr. Miguel Stanley
Founder & Clinical Director, White Clinic, Portugal
Dr. Miguel Stanley is the clinical director of White Clinic, based in Lisbon, Portugal, and founded 20 years ago. He has been practicing since 1998, after graduating from ISCS-Egas Moniz and doing postgraduate training at the Branemark CEOSA centre in Madrid in 1999, completing his training in cosmetic dentistry in 2000, at the same institute. He then went on to train in functional aesthetics and occlusion in Chicago in 2005 and attend over 250 hours of ongoing education per year. Dr. Stanley was the first Portuguese active member and expert provider for Dental XP (online education platform), which he joined in 2006.

A passionate advocate for high quality dental care, his career has been focused on restoring smiles with his interdisciplinary team, using state of the art technology, software and materials and a strong sense of ethics and minimal invasiveness to better protect his patients. This is the reason he created the No Half Smiles treatment philosophy and Slow Dentistry both aimed at improving the patient experience and the overall quality of care.
Julie White
Webinar Host, Professor and program Coordinator, Health Care Administration
Julie is a Professor and Program Coordinator with the School of Business at St. Lawrence College, she has taught across various programs and schools with the college for the past eight years and has been with the post-graduate Health Care Administration Program since its inception seven years ago. In her role as Program Coordinator, Julie is responsible for supporting students (most of whom are internationally-educated health professionals), curriculum development and review, and supporting the strategic direction for the Health Care Administration Program.

Julie has nearly 20 years of experience in the health care communications industry, within acute, sub-acute and long-term care organizations, government and healthcare philanthropy. She has received several national awards for various health care campaigns. Prior to her work in healthcare, Julie had a successful 10-year career in journalism, specializing in health, politics, crime and education.

Julie has a Diploma in Print Journalism from Loyalist College, a Bachelor of Professional Arts (Communication Studies) from Athabasca University and a Masters Degree in Professional Communications from Royal Roads University, where her critical cultural research was focused on patient narratives in hospital philanthropy, examining discourse in the production of Canadian hospital fundraising communications.
Ekta Singh
Webinar Host, Professor, Health Care Administration
Ekta Singh is a professor in the Health Care Administration program at St. Lawrence College and has 15 years of secondary and post-secondary teaching experience. Ekta has extensive experience in human rights, equity, international education, curriculum development and instructional design and has led a variety of interdisciplinary projects focused on increasing cultural humility for health care students. As an equity and human rights advisor, Ekta was responsible for designing policies and training programs aimed at eliminating discrimination and improving access, retention and success of historically marginalized groups in post-secondary settings. Ekta is passionate about removing barriers and has worked at community health centres in supporting and developing accessible health care programs for refugees and newcomers to Canada. As an intercultural competency master trainer, she completed her certification through the University of British Columbia (UBC) and has trained faculty and professionals across Canada in learning how to succeed in diverse workplaces. Ekta completed her Masters degree from Queen’s University in Cultural and policy studies in Education and has also lived and worked in Kuwait and Mexico.
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