Sustaining Nursing in Canada: A set of coordinated evidence-based solutions targeted to support the nursing workforce now and into the future. Dr. Ben Ahmed, Houssem E., Dr. Bourgeault, Ivy L. November 2022
Dr. Bourgeault provides testimony to House of Commons Standing Committee on Health, April 27th, 2022 https://parlvu.parl.gc.ca/Harmony/en/PowerBrowser/PowerBrowserV2/20220427/-1/36893?
The Canadian Academy of Health Sciences appointed co-chairs Harrison Applin, PhD, RN, FCAN, Ivy Bourgeault, PhD, FCAHS, Luigi Lepanto, MD, MSc, FRCP(C), and Chris Simpson, BSc, MD, FRCPC, FACC, FHRS, FCCS, FCAHS to the Assessment on Health Human Resources commissioned by Health Canada.https://cahs-acss.ca/hhr-assessment-panel/ March 2022
The CAHS Dialogue November 2021 : The straw that broke the camel’s back: Health workers during the pandemic / La goutte qui fait déborder le vase : Ressources humaines en santé et la pandémie. : November 25, 2021 @ 1pm EST / le 25 novembre 2021 @ 13h00
Advancing Gender Equity in Medicine: Andrea C. Tricco, Ivy Bourgeault, Ainsley Moore, Eva Grunfeld, Nazia Peer and Sharon E. Straus CMAJ February 16, 2021 193 (7) E244-E250 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.200951
La pandémie révèle des lacunes importantes: Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, February 13, 2021
The pandemic exposes critical gaps in our health workforce planning: Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, February 10, 2021
Assessing the Capacity of the Mental Health and Substance Use Workforce to Respond to COVID-19 as part of the Government of Canada and provincial partners support research addressing mental health impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians October 9, 2020
Health-worker deaths from COVID-19 not just about the numbers: Jade Sim Neeru Gupta and Ivy Bourgeault, Sept. 4, 2020. "The overrepresentation of racialized workers among the list of the deceased is not a coincidence and needs to be addressed, these writers say."
Invited Panelist, Strengthening Long Term Care in the WHO European Region. WHO EURO Long Term Care (LTC) Services - HSS Webinar, July 8, 2020
Dr. Bourgeault awarded a SSHRC/CIHR Partnership Grant to study Health Professional Workers, July 1, 2020
Invited Speakers, Empowering Women Leaders in Health. Royal Ottawa International Women’s Day Celebration
Invited Panelist: Sex, Gender and Diversity in Mental Health. Bridging Science, Policy and Practice with Sex and Gender. Health Canada and CIHR Institute for Gender and Health, Ottawa
Invited Speaker, How to go about doing an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion audit of one’s School or Faculty, uOttawa Faculty of Medicine, Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Seminar Series
Dr. Bourgeault to co-host with Dr. Peter Nugus, the Canadian-Australian Health Sociology Conference in Vancouver, BC
Dr. Bourgeault is part of a team of researchers studying Workplace Conversation about Mental Health led by Dr. Laurent Lapierre with funds from SSHRC
Dr. Bourgeault is part of a large team of researchers examining Seniors Adding Life to Years (SALTY) led by Dr. Janice Keefe at Mount Saint Vincent University
Dr. Bourgeault awarded a CIHR SGBA Health Policy-Research Partnerships supporting an SGBA lens to psychologically healthy workplaces
Dr. Bourgeault to host the Fifth Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for the Sociology of Health, Ottawa
Dr. Bourgeault to host the CIHR Insitute of Gender and Health Chairs Event - Telfer School of Management
Dr. Bourgeault presents on Skills Management: Better Optimize Your Workforce's Capabilities to Enhance Quality of Care at the 2nd National Forum on Human Resources Strategies for Healthcare
Dr. Bourgeault launches the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Summit Report on Optimising Health Professional Scopes of Practice at the University of Biritish Columbia.
Dr. Bourgeault presents at the Federal-Provincial Territorial Committee on Health Workforce workshop on Team-Based Models of Care: Impact on Patients, Providers & Health Systems.
Dr. Bourgeault presents a focus on the legislative recommendations of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences report at the Nova Scotia Regulated Health Professions Network
Dr. Bourgeault will hold a visiting Scholar award with the University of Sydney Business School, Work and Organizational Studies Program. Nominated by a colleague, Dimitria Groutsis who leads the Business of Health Network, Dr. Bourgeault will participate in the Global Health Migration Symposium organized by the Managing Global Migration Research Group and in other colloquia related to health worker migration