Healthcare Management Forum is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. It is published six times a year and is circulated to approximately 4,700 health leaders who work in a variety of environments including (but not limited to) medical companies, health authorities, multi-level care facilities, hospitals, public and private health agencies, health charities, the Canadian military and all levels of the Canadian government. It is also available in universities and libraries throughout Canada, the United States and overseas. The journal publishes articles on leading practices related to health leadership and management. This includes recent research, new technology and professional practices from health leaders' perspectives.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
|Donald W.M. Juzwishin, PhD, FCCHL||Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada|
|Laurie Wilson, MA||Managing Editor, Healthcare Management Forum, The Canadian College of Health Leaders, Ottawa, ON, Canada|
|Karimah Alidina, RN, CHE||Chief Nursing Executive, Runnymede Healthcare Center, Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Carl Balcom, DNP, MHA, RN, NEA-BC, CHE, FACHE||Transitional Leader, Hospital Corporation of America, Nashville, TN, USA|
|Cholly Boland, CHE||Chief Executive Officer, Winchester District Memorial Hospital, Winchester, ON, Canada|
|Samuel G. Campbell, MB BCh, CCFP (EM), Dip PEC(SA), FCCHL||Research Director, Charles V Keating Emergency and Trauma Centre, Halifax, NS, Canada|
|Denis Caro, PhD, CHE||Emeritus Professor, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada|
|Helene Clement, RN, MHA||Private Consultant, The HC Group, Ottawa, ON, Canada|
|John French, CHE||Executive, Diagnostics, London Health Sciences Centre, London, ON, Canada|
|Jean-Francois Landre, EMBA, LLM||Senior Staff Officer, The Canadian Armed Forces, Boucherville, QC, Canada|
|Ronald R. Lindstrom, PhD, FCCHL||Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada|
|Dave Ludwick, PhD, CHE||Private Consultant, Edmonton, AB, Canada|
|Joanne Maclaren, MN, CHE||Director, Office of the Vice President Quality, Research and Chief Nursing and Allied Health Officer, Island Health, Victoria, BC, Canada|
|Shaik Mohiuddin, CHE||Vice President Quality and Clinical Risk, NMC Healthcare Group Corporate Office, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates|
|Edgardo L. Perez, MD, CHE||Private Consultant, Ottawa, ON, Canada|
|David Persaud, PhD||Associate Professor, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada|
|Gurprit Randhawa, CHE||Director of eHealth and Virtual Care Innovation, First Nations Health Authority, Victoria, BC, Canada|
|Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite, CHE||Associate Vice-President, Executive Search Services, Medfall Group, St. Catharines, ON, Canada|
|Susan Stevens, Med, RSW, CHE||Senior Director of Continuing Care, Nova Scotia Health Authority, Halifax, NS, Canada|
|Kenneth P. Tremblay, FCCHL, FACHE||Private Consultant, Peterborough, ON, Canada|
|Dawn Waterhouse, PhD, MBA, CHE||Research Business Manager, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Vancouver, BC, Canada|
Before submitting an article, please review the following questions to help focus the content of your submission:
1) Is the topic relevant and timely to health leadership?
2) How original is the work?
3) Does the content advance knowledge in the practice of health leadership?
4) How well is the connection made between theory and practice?
5) Do the authors use sound methodology?
6) Are the conclusions appropriate and are they generally applicable to other situations?
7) What can be done to improve this paper that has not been specified above?
8) Is the manuscript clear, concise, and logical?
Please consult the Guide for Authors below for further details on the requirements for submitting your paper to Healthcare Management Forum. The guidelines described in this document should be adhered to carefully, to ensure high-quality and rapid publication of your manuscript.
Aims and Scope
Healthcare Management Forum is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. It is published on-line-only, six times a year and is circulated to approximately 3,000 health leaders who work in a variety of environments including (but not limited to) medical companies, health authorities, multi-level care facilities, hospitals, public and private health agencies, health charities, the Canadian military and all levels of the Canadian government. It is also available in universities and libraries throughout Canada, the United States and overseas. The journal publishes articles on leading practices related to health leadership. This includes recent research, new technology and professional practices from health leaders' perspectives.
Summary of Minimum Specifications
Original articles should not exceed 2,500 words (excluding abstracts, references and tables). Methodology sections should be as short as necessary, while presenting the basic information necessary to enable the reader to understand the steps taken. The number of tables, graphs and figures (or a combination of all three) should not exceed three, for a 2,500-word article. Conversely, if long sections of descriptive text can be categorized and synthesized in a table or graph, this should be done. In addition, only those references essential to the integrity of the paper should be listed. If appropriate, authors should make complete methodology sections and lists of references available to readers on request. Manuscripts that do not meet these specifications will be returned to the author for appropriate revisions prior to being sent out for peer review.
Please visit http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hmf to begin the submission process. All manuscripts must be submitted on-line. The journal will not consider manuscripts for publication if authors do not comply with the following instructions.