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Canada

Rebecca Sutherns, PhD CPF
Regional Director for Canada
2020-2024

Happy spring to IAF folks in Canada!


Join us for Wednesday’s session with Dr. Andrew Healey and IAF Hall of Famer Dorothy Strachan for a discussion on
Vaccine Hesitancy Among Health Care Professionals: A Case Study of a Partnered Facilitation Approach. Click here to register for the interactive presentation taking place Wednesday, March 23 from 7-9:30 p.m. EDT.


I’m also hosting an IAF Canada learning meetup on Thursday, April 21 from 12-1 p.m. EDT. Click here to register for the conversation that will focus on Scoping in the Age of Hybrid. As we head back to in-person while also maintaining hybrid and digital engagement, it makes contracting conversations with facilitation clients tricky. Let’s talk about it!


I hope you’ll join us!

 

    For more information

    You can find out more about the IAF’s activities in Canada by contacting:

    • Rebecca Sutherns, Regional Director for Canada, for establishing a new Chapter or for anything related to IAF.

    The Canada region also shares information via Facebook Group (IAF Canada), Twitter (@IAFCanada) and LinkedIn (IAF Canada). 

    IAF Chapter(s) in Canada

    In order to establish and maintain a chapter, we need:

    • Local IAF facilitators ready to commit time to take on the Chapter Lead's role. You don't have to do this alone, this role can be shared.
    • A minimum of 5 IAF members in good standing willing to put their names forward to make and maintain a local Chapter status.
    • Local IAF members and non-members to join the Chapter, to champion, promote, coordinate and participate in local Chapter activities in order to sustain as a Chapter. Local activities are meant to provide you with networking opportunities, shared learning and personal / professional development.
    • Approval from the IAF Board to establish a new Chapter.