The Edmonton Clinic Health Academy is one of two facilities that, together, represent a partnership between Alberta Health Services, the University of Alberta and the Government of Alberta that is designed to change how we deliver outpatient care, as well as health sciences education and research in the province.
The second building, the Edmonton Clinic, houses Alberta Health Services programs and clinics.
Health care providers, educators, researchers and policy makers in Canada and around the world agree that health care transformation is vital. While other jurisdictions plan for the future, the University of Alberta is already there. The result of an extraordinary vision, the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy will create, nurture and support the academic collisions, interdisciplinary research and team-based education that will enable the health care transformation Canadians want and need.
The second annual Alberta Graduate Conference will be held at the University of Alberta from May 3-5, 2012. This multi-disciplinary event supports graduate students in their efforts to translate their education and research into meaningful career opportunities. By linking graduate students with future employers, investors and university administrators, the AGC accelerates the process of innovation, bridging the gap between academia and industry.
Angela Bokenfohr’s had schizophrenia, asthma, numerous ankle injuries, broken bones and bruises covering her entire body. But Bokenfohr isn’t short on luck– she works at the University of Alberta’s Standardized Patient Program (SPP) where portraying varying medical conditions is the name of the game.
Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 87 Avenue
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