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Community Retention Program: Training and Retention of Health Professionals

Objectives

Provide training and retention initiatives​

so that health and social services professionals have opportunities to improve their ability to provide services in English

Meet the needs​

of the English-speaking population of Quebec by speaking to them in their Mother-tongue.

Promote research and information sharing​

on approaches to reducing barriers to health and social services access for English-speaking Quebecers.

Promote research and information sharing​

on approaches to reducing barriers to health and social services access for English-speaking Quebecers.

Current challenges

Shortage of health

and social services professionals in the region

Migration of health

and social services professionals to Ontario and the United States

Limited access

to certain health and social services in English due to language barriers

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TOGETHER WE CAN​

Promote​

the areas of collaboration with youth integration and employment organizations

Demonstrate

the benefits of living and working on the South Shore (conduct outreach and awareness in schools)

Develop

strategies and resources that will lead towards the recruitment and the retention of health and social service professionals on the Monteregie region. (internship and summer job opportunities)

ARC plans to

Inform

Students of current careers in demand on the South Shore

Educate

Through networking opportunities (Meet & Greet), sharing educational videos and teaching career workshops "What career is right for you?"

Inspire

Help students and graduates find internship and summer job opportunities

Video Capsules

Stay tuned! We will be posting video capsules of interviews with health professionals here.

Contact us if you would like to receive information about Health & Social Service job offers

This initiative is being carried out thanks to the funding from Health Canada through the McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project.

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