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Organization: SouthWestern Academic Health Network (SWAHN)  
c/o Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Western University
Clinical Skills Building, Rm 3720
London, ON
N6A 5C1
Intersection: Richmond St and University Dr
Location: London (Northwest)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Irregular
Executives: Dr Robin Walker - Lead, SWAHN ; Lead, Interprofessional Collaboration Stream
Dr Davy Cheng - Lead, SWAHN ; Lead, Knowledge Generation and Translation Stream
Public Contacts: Catherine Joyes - Manager
519-661-2111 ext 80318 *
Service Description: Network of hospitals, universities and colleges, community and research organizations, and Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), predominantly in the South West and Erie St Clair regions, that are committed to improving population health in Southwestern Ontario

Project priorities are guided by a Network Contributors' Roundtable, which is comprised of leaders from each of SWAHN's financial contributors * project streams align with the Network's value proposition in the areas of Inter-professional Collaboration, Knowledge Generation and Translation, and Networking and Engagement * project areas include: palliative care, simulation, inter-professional education, research ethics, nutrition and "Choosing Wisely"

Application: Call or visit website
Eligibility / Target Population: Southwestern Ontario organizations or groups focused on the health of others
Languages: English
Area Served:
London, Bruce, Chatham-Kent, Elgin, Essex, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Middlesex, Oxford, Perth, and Windsor  
See Also: Health Planning

This information was last completely updated on June 11, 2018

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The SouthWestern Academic Health Network (SWAHN) vision is to transform health in Southwestern Ontario through integrated excellence in research, education and clinical practice. Mission is to improve the health of the SWO population and be a national leader in health care, education and research.