International Program Partners

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Accreditation Canada has developed partnerships with Canadian and international organizations to complement its Program offerings.

Royal College

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada accredits medical residency programs in Canada and reviews foreign programs to help them adhere to the highest standards of higher medical education. The Royal College acknowledges the importance of health care accreditation by requiring that facilities are accredited by Accreditation Canada in order to host residency programs. In 2010, the Royal College signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Accreditation Canada International (now merged with Accreditation Canada) to collaborate on diverse international projects.

Canadian Patient Safety Institute

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) has over 10-years of experience in safety leadership and implementing programs to enhance safety in every part of the healthcare continuum.

A federally funded not-for-profit organization, CPSI offers products and programs focused on four priority areas: medication safety, surgical care safety, infection prevention and control, and home care safety. Its broad range of capabilities includes training safety officers, developing resources for frontline providers, and engaging with patients and their families.

HealthCareCAN

HealthCareCAN is the national voice of healthcare organizations across Canada. We foster informed and continuous, results-oriented discovery and innovation across the continuum of healthcare. We act with others to enhance the health of the people of Canada; to build the capability for high quality care; and to help ensure value for money in publicly financed, healthcare programs. 

LEADS Canada

The LEADS Canada supports the growing interest in the adoption, integration and sustainability of the LEADS in a Caring Environment (LEADS) leadership capabilities framework across Canada and represents a partnership between the Canadian College of Health Leaders, CHLNet, Royal Roads University and Dr. Graham Dickson.

The purpose of the LEADS Collaborative is to provide a trusted portal for LEADS products and services to support healthcare organizations develop, adopt and sustain leadership development programs within the LEADS framework.

IPAC CANADA

IPAC CANADA (Infection Prevention and Control Canada) is a multidisciplinary, professional organization for those engaged in the prevention and control of infections. IPAC Canada was incorporated under the Canadian Corporation Act in 1976 and is a registered non-profit organization. IPAC Canada has over 1600 members. IPAC Canada provides communication and education for those involved in infection control activities. Its goal is to prevent infections and as a result improve patient care and staff health in hospitals, other health care facilities, and the community.