CSAE is pleased to provide this exclusive webinar for members only.
Come discover how CSMLS launched their award-winning member service The CSMLS Mental Health Toolkit. Learn how one association assessed the need for a new service, planned for the development and launched this outstanding member offering.
CSMLS knew that one in five Canadians will have a clinically defined mental illness in their lifetime. To address the needs of their members, CSMLS compiled a Mental Health Toolkit that empowered employees, employers, and organizations to take charge and make positive change within the medical laboratory profession. The CSMLS Mental Health Toolkit now provides members and organizations with the means needed to identify, monitor and implement change for the betterment of the medical laboratory profession. The toolkit is free, private, online and accessible 24/7. The toolkit has short quizzes, videos and personal stories along with supporting information and other resources.
If you’re considering launching a new member product or benefit, you won’t want to miss this session!
Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/905150248580294913
Access: Free and for members only.
Speakers: Christine Nielsen and Michael Grant
Christine Nielsen became Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science in early 2010. Prior, she was Director of Certification for seven years, where she marshalled a pan-Canadian qualification and recognition program, and led the research for the medical laboratory profession in Canada.
Formally educated in the profession, she is an MLT originally. She completed a degree in Health Admin, a Certificate of Mastery in Prior Learning Assessment from the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning at DePaul University in Chicago, and is a Certified Association Executive (CAE).
Christine is currently the Chair of CNNAR – the Canadian Network of Associations of Regulators, Ottawa. She has volunteered with the Michener Institute’s Alumni Board for over a decade and is currently the Past Chair. She is also an experienced Prior Learning Assessment Assessor with the Canadian Society for Association Executives (CSAE).
Michael has spent 15 years working in marketing and communications for the not-for-profit sector. He moved to the association world in 2010 when he joined the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science. In his current role, Michael oversees CSMLS’s web presence, social media, advocacy, publications, and member recruitment & retention campaigns. Always looking to be innovative with small budgets, Michael’s work has garnered national and international awards for marketing and communications excellence. Michael is currently working on his CAE designation.