Conference 2016

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Fifth Biennial Bilingual Conference

May 5 & 6, 2016

 

Conference Location          
University of Ottawa
Desmarais Building 
55 Laurier Ave, East
Ottawa, Ontario
Desmarais     

 

Accomodations at the Lord Elgin
Group rate: $179 per night

Tel: 1-613-235-3333 or
1-800-267-4298
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Book online: click here
Reference: Telfer School of Management - Canadian Society for the Sociology of Health

Lord Elgin

Conference Program  
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Conference registration 

Early Bird Registration Fees (prior to March 31st 2016)

Associates/Regular Delegate $400
Student                               $200

Regular Registration Fees (as of April 1st 2016)

Associates/Regular Delegate $500
Students                             $250

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Important Dates

Online Registration: October 29, 2015 

Call for Session Organizers: Closed. 

Call for Abstracts: October 14th 2015 to December 14th 2015 

All Presenters must register by March 31st, 2016

Membership Fees (2 years)

Students $80 + taxes
Associates (post doctoral fellow, retired, unwaged $120 + taxes
Regular $200 + taxes
International members (non-voting) $80 + taxes

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Keynote Speakers

P CastelPatrick Castel
"He is a Research fellow at Sciences Po, at the Center for the Sociology of Organizations, Paris, France. He is also a member of the Liepp (Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies) (Sciences Po). Before joining Sciences Po in January 2007, he worked as research fellow at the Lyons Cancer Center (Centre Léon Bérard) (2002-2006). A theoretical framework, composed of three perspectives, underlies his research: the sociology of organizations, the sociology of health professions, and the sociology of knowledge. Two threads run through his research: on the one hand, the organization of medical activity and the rationalization processes at work, and on the other, design and implementation processes of public policies in the healthcare field. For the former, he focuses particularly on how cancer patients’ treatment is organized, the processes of creating and applying recommendations for clinical practice, and the way clinical and transnational research is organized. Since 2013, he has been a member of the scientific advisory board of the Cnamts (Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Maladie des Travailleurs Salariés). He is member of the editorial committee of Sciences sociales et santé. He published articles in journals such as Organization science, Social studies of science, Social science & medicine, Revue française de sociologie and Sociologie du travail. With Henri Bergeron, he coauthored Sociologie politique de la santé (2014, Presses universitaires de France)."


JL denis
Jean-Louis Denis
Mr. Denis is a full professor at the École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP) and chairman of research of Canada on governance and transformation of healthcare organizations and systems at ENAP. Mr. Denis’s expertise in the field of management and governance of health organizations and systems has been recognized by his nomination as member of the Royal Society of Canada and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. Mr. Denis participates in numerous projects and initiatives aiming to improve health systems in Canada and abroad. He is a visiting professor at the Department of Management of the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy at the King’s College in London and the director of the Research Centre of Charles-Lemoyne Hospital since the 1st of December 2014.

 

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