CAPHC's 2017 Impact Report is now live!
CAPHC is excited to launch its 2017 Impact Report!
This year has marked the beginning of a period of renewal and refresh for the Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC).
For many years, our Association’s focus was squarely on establishing and growing the CAPHC community. CAPHC has earned a reputation as a knowledge broker, a pioneer in paediatric data analytics, but most of all as a real community builder within child and youth health.
Under the leadership of our new CEO, Emily Gruenwoldt, and over the past twelve months, the CAPHC board and staff have been working diligently to build on this success, while positioning the Association for the future.
Operationally, CAPHC conducted its first ever member and stakeholder survey to help us articulate priorities of our membership across the continuum of care, and to assess the value of our current offerings. We conducted an operational review to confirm how our programs and services aligned with strategy. We facilitated an environmental scan to identify the priorities of others in child and youth health.
“Strategically, we have been building relationships and establishing a stronger presence on Parliament Hill, advocating on behalf of members to influence the best care for our children and youth. CAPHC is being positioned as a broker between elected government officials and child health subject matter experts, for the purposes of informing policy and legislation. ”
We have covered a lot of territory in just twelve months and are excited for the year ahead as we deepen our relationships with members and partners, collaborating to articulate a new strategic plan and new directions for CAPHC.
We invite your review of our annual impact report which is dedicated to showcasing the work of our Association over the past twelve months, to enable the best health care for Canada’s children and youth. We welcome your feedback (always) and look forward to working with you over the year ahead!
CAPHC President & CEO
Dr. Peter Fitzgerald
CAPHC Board Chair