Digital Health Canada member volunteer opportunities
Volunteering builds experience, contributes to your professional development and learning, and helps you expand your network. Review the volunteer opportunities found here and, if you are a member, complete the application form at the link in the description. Not a member? Join Digital Health Canada to take advantage of any of these volunteer opportunities.Present a Webinar Wednesday
Presented by members, for members, Webinar Wednesdays are a valuable member benefit and a great way for members and member organizations to share their work, research, challenges and updates. Webinar Wednesdays air weekly from September to June at 12PM ET. If you are a Digital Health Canada member, please complete the Webinar Wednesday application form HERE.
Digital Health Canada Communities of Action (CoA) provide opportunities for connection, idea sharing, and professional development. These member-led volunteer working groups come together with a shared purpose: to enhance the quality of healthcare for Canadians by learning more about an important digital health topic. CoA working groups meet virtually to learn, collaborate, and share knowledge with the Canadian digital health community through the creation of reports, white papers, guidelines, or presentations. If you are a Digital Health Canada member, please complete the volunteer application form HERE.
Tell us what you have been working on or share your thoughts on digital health and the future of healthcare. Digital Health Canada members can submit articles for publication as a news post or member story. If you are a Digital Health Canada member, please complete the volunteer application form HERE.
Digital Health Canada education and certification programs are the first cross-disciplinary programs to be developed with volunteer health informatics experts and leaders operating in a variety of professional settings: healthcare organizations, provincial/national government agencies, vendors, consultants, and academia. These volunteer experts populate the Digital Health Canada Faculty and are the backbone of the Core HI Education program. Digital Health Canada Faculty fill key roles in Education Content Development, Exam Content Development, and/or Education Instruction. If you are a Digital Health Canada member and maintain your CPHIMS-CA, please use the link below to complete the application.
Event Planning Committee members meet virtually in the weeks leading up to the event to determine high-level event details, including the event theme, agenda, and speaker and topic selection. Members contribute their industry knowledge and experience to inform the tone and quality of the event, relying on the expertise of the event planning staff to manage event details. If you are a Digital Health Canada members, please complete the volunteer application form HERE.
Each year, Digital Health Canada receives dozens of nominations for our annual awards: The annual Digital Health Canada Awards offer six categories in which to recognize Canadian digital health leaders and innovators; The annual Women Leaders in Digital Health Awards celebrate the top ten female visionaries who are harnessing the power of IT to transform health and healthcare in Canada today; The Steven Huesing Scholarship is awarded annually to a student enrolled in a Health Informatics or related program at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Nominations are received online and assessed and ranked by a revolving committee of adjudicators. If you are a member with experience evaluating award applications and have at least seven years digital health industry experience, please apply to adjudicate award submissions HERE.
e-Health Conference + Tradeshow volunteer opportunities
e-Health is the premier event for Canadian digital health professionals working to make a difference in health and healthcare delivery. Since its inception in 2000, the e-Health Conference and Tradeshow has served as a vital epicentre of Canadian digital health discussion and debate, attracting over 1,000 health professionals annually. e-Health is the optimal spot for networking and knowledge sharing with peers nationally and around the globe. With in-demand speakers, expert panellists and presenters, and leading-edge exhibitors, e-Health always delivers memorable education and networking opportunities (learn more at e-healthconference.com).e-Health Conference Program Committee
The e-Health Conference Program Committee guides and creates the overall conference content and the plenary program. The Program Committee is managed by the Conference Director with input from hosts, delegates and members. Committee members bring expertise experience, and regional representation. Apply to volunteer on the e-Health Conference Program Committee HERE.
The e-Health Conference Abstract Committee develops the abstract program, including submitting, reviewing, scheduling, and selecting moderators and discussants. The committee communicates mostly via email and is managed by the Conference Director. Apply to volunteer on the e-Health Conference Abstract Committee HERE.
Moderators introduce concurrent session speakers, keep track of session timing, and take questions from the audience after the speaker concludes. If you are already planning on attending the next e-Health Conference + Tradeshow, please apply to volunteer as a session moderator HERE. Please note, volunteers are responsible for their own travel and accommodations for the duration of the conference.
A number of roles are available for Digital Health Canada Student Members interested in volunteering onsite at the next e-Health Conference + Tradeshow. If you are a Digital Health Canada Student Member, please complete the volunteer application form HERE. Please note, volunteers are responsible for their own travel and accommodations for the duration of the conference.