Jim Conway is an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and Senior Consultant, Safe and Reliable Healthcare, in Evergreen, Colorado.
Art Frank, PhD, is professor emeritus of Sociology at the University of Calgary, where he has taught since 1975. He is currently a professor at Betanien College, Bergen, Norway.
Steven Lewis is a health policy and research consultant based in Saskatoon, member of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health and Adjunct Professor of Health Policy at Simon Fraser University.
Dave is the father of Greg Price, someone terribly missed by his family and friends, and who died prematurely due to multiple failures of Alberta’s medical treatment system.
Ward Flemons, MD, is a Respirologist at the Foothills Medical Centre and the Tom Baker Cancer Centre, and a Professor of Medicine at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. William Ghali is Scientific Director of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health (as of July 1, 2010). He is also Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary.
Dr. Fields is Professor Emeritus, Oncology, at the University of Alberta. His career includes work at Alberta Health Services, where he was responsible for Alberta’s tertiary and associate cancer centres.
Mr. Fischer is the Chair of the Hull Child and Family Foundation, Chair of the Honorary Patrons’ Council for the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, Chair of the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute and Vice Chair of the Canada West Foundation .
Dr. Brian Goldman is one of Canada’s most trusted voices in medicine — a doctor who thinks like a patient. He makes complex medical issues digestible for audiences on radio, television and on the speaking circuit. He personalizes medicine and the human frailties of his profession.
Deborah has a professional background and training in Social Work and Law. As a private consultant, she has worked in the areas of respectful workplace, human rights and conflict management offering mediation, investigation, and training.
Dr. Jon Meddings, MD, FRCPC, began his first term as Dean of the Cumming School of Medicine in July 2012 having served as Vice Dean since 2009, and previously as Interim Vice-President (Research) of the University of Calgary (2010), head of the Division of Gastroenterology.
Dr. Ward is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary. He is passionate about the evolution of primary care, interdisciplinary care and quality improvement.