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Rebels at Work: Positive Change in Healthcare



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Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2023
Time: 1000 PT, 1100 MT, 1200 CT/SK, 1300 ET, 1400 AT, 1430 NL
Duration: 1 Hour 

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Rebellion often gets a bad name! But what if this is actually a key trait for positive change to occur? Marlies has long studied and practiced being a rebel in healthcare. Marlies will share the key rebellious traits and approaches that have worked. She will demystify the common perceptions on how to influence and convince people of new ideas. This webinar promises to be filled with candor and tips for your day to day practice. We look forward to seeing you there!


Marlies van dijk

Marlies van Dijk, RN, MSc.
Leader and founder, The Pivot Group 

Marlies has worked honed her craft working on large scale change initiatives in Canada since 2005. These include improvement collaboratives like Safer Healthcare Now! and the BC Surgical Quality Action Network. Her latest accomplishments include launching the Alberta Health Services Design Lab and now her own consultancy firm The Pivot Group. Marlies is the lead and founder of the Pivot group which is a group of rebels and designers who work with teams across the country to solve complex problems. They use design sprints, hackathons, and journey mapping to help organizations look at problems from a new lens with new solutions. She is a nurse by training and has a Masters in Health Sciences. 

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