EHL Edmonton is happy to present a Mentorship Symposium on January 19, 2017.
The EHL mission to support the development of emerging health leaders recognizes mentorship as a crucial component to achieve this.
Join us for an exciting evening that will include a discussion with Glenda Coleman-Miller. Glenda Coleman-Miller is a mentor, experienced leader and Executive Director of Patient Relations and Engagement & Patient Experience, as well as the Alberta Patient Concerns Officer at Alberta Health Services.
Glenda is an experienced healthcare executive with senior leadership roles in Saskatchewan and Alberta. As a Registered Nurse for over 40 years, she has a strong operational background including program and site leadership for large acute care facilities. Her nursing career began In Critical Care and moved into leadership roles within Emergency, Critical Care, Cardiac Sciences and Surgery. A career move to Edmonton provided the opportunity to move into Senior Leadership roles at two large teaching hospitals, the Royal Alexandra Hospital and University of Alberta Hospital, during a time of extreme transition in the Alberta healthcare system.
Glenda moved into her current role with Alberta Health Services in February 2015. She believes in the power of relationships and enjoys the opportunity to use her experience to work with an incredible team in responding to concerns from patients and families and promoting Patient and Family Centered Care within the healthcare system.
There will be an opportunity for attendees to engage in white paper brainstorming on everything you need to know to get started; from finding the right mentor to how to prepare for your first session.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!