Saegis CEO Margaret Hanlon-Bell reflects on Nursing Week
On this, Saegis' fourth anniversary, our CEO Margaret Hanlon-Bell reflect on why the CMPA created Saegis and where our efforts are focused.
Over time, experience has shown me that a coach can fulfill many important learning and reflective roles for a medical professional and should be considered as an essential tool for professional growth and development. Coaching can be especially useful for physicians working to make constructive sense of feedback, which is an essential but famously complex tool for learning.
The Saegis Shield program is an accredited cybersecurity and privacy awareness e-learning program that addresses the unique needs within Canadian healthcare.
Saegis Shield is an e-learning program that will teach healthcare teams about the extreme and escalating risk of cyber-attacks in the healthcare industry – and how to avoid them.
COVID19 provides the perfect environment for socially engineered cyberattacks. Cyber criminals use “social engineering” to exploit natural human vulnerability and hack busy healthcare workers.
Saegis has developed more accredited online workshops to help health leaders and teams effectively reduce risk and improve patient safety.
On August 31, Dr. Lisa Calder became the CEO of Saegis' parent, the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA). Dr. Calder also assumes the position of Chair of our Board of Directors at Saegis.
Whether you’re a physician who is new to practice or a seasoned family doctor, reflection on your own performance is crucial in the ever-evolving environment of medical care.
On its website, our parent organization, the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA), physicians and healthcare professionals can consult the CMPA COVID-19 Hub.