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Mitsi Cardinal MSc. – Decision Support Epidemiologist

Mitsi’s knowledge and skills are founded from an education in mathematics, statistics and methodology, as well as, over 15 years of work experience applied to: chronic disease epidemiology, health surveillance, clinical trial review, and decision support for system planning across numerous health sectors, including community health. Mitsi came to Pathways from the Champlain Local Health Integration Network, and was previously working for the Public Health Agency of Canada federal department.  She holds a three-year MSc. in Community Health from the Université de Montréal.  She is providing leadership in data quality and performance measurement for Pathways, in addition to decision support for a range of projects.

mitsi.cardinal@theroyal.ca| 613-722-6521 ex: 6680

Andrew Savard, M.A. Human Systems Intervention, B.Sc. – Project Manager

Andrew.SavardAndrew Savard is a senior change management professional with over 15 years of experience in healthcare, including Champlain-based mental health and addictions work, Canadian IT and Ontario non-profit sectors. Working within organizations, and externally as an independent consultant, with large global companies, non-profit Canadian organizations and arm’s length provincial government bodies has provided key insights and experience with all levels of an organization from the board of directors to senior management and front line staff. Project roles include large scale change leadership, management consulting, project management, qualitative and quantitative research, and business development. A firm believer in a strong Canadian healthcare system Andrew seeks opportunities and innovative ideas to align talent, processes, and policy to work for all, especially the clients and family.

andrew.savard@theroyal.ca | 613-722-6521 ex: 7134

Champlain Pathways on Twitter

RT @PsycRecruiter “...you can say we lack resources. But I think the first order of business is to ask, what are we doing with our resources?” - How can we best utilize the small psychiatry group that we have? One solution: shared care teams @Champathways #psychiatry #recruitment #HHR twitter.com/OntPsychAssoc/…

About 3 years ago from Champlain Pathways's Twitter via TweetDeck