JHG Consulting Network, Inc. offers specialized management consulting and heritage conservation services that address social, cultural, health and justice issues, challenges and opportunities. We work with governments, non-governmental organizations, societal and cultural institutions, academic institutions, and private sector interests. We undertake small-scale projects on specific topics that address specific challenges; and we also contribute to large-scale, multi-faceted initiatives.
Collaboration is a fundamental part of everything we do, in all areas of our service offering. We work together with clients, their partners and stakeholders in balanced, engaging and constructive ways. Our experience working with diverse populations from different walks of life underpins our approach. We listen and seek to deepen understanding. We value the lived experiences of people and organizations. We use creative ways to share ideas and technical knowledge …Read More
Check out this snapshot of some of the projects we’re currently working on:
Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma Expert Advisory Meeting
Working with the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute, the Canadian Pediatric Society and the Public Health Agency of Canada, JHG Consulting Network, Inc. will be facilitating an Expert Advisory Meeting to solidify a Canadian position regarding issues in the area of Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma. We look forward to meeting in February 2014.
Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Performance Measurement Workshop
Together with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), JHG Consulting Network, Inc. will be facilitating a one-day performance measurement workshop for the Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Support Unit. The objective of SPOR is to foster evidence-informed health care by bringing innovative diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to …Read More
At the invitation of St. Mary’s Home in Ottawa, JHG Consulting Network, Inc. had the pleasure of facilitating a meeting of the Family-Centred Maternity and Newborn Care (FCMNC) National Guidelines Oversight Committee on December 9th. St. Mary’s Home engaged the oversight committee for advice as they work to develop a resource for the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP). The resource for CPNP will serve as an interim resource for community practitioners in advance of the release of the forthcoming revised National Guidelines for Family-Centred Maternity and Newborn Care. Since 1994, CPNP has helped communities to promote public health and provide support to improve the health and well being of pregnant women, new mothers and babies facing challenging life circumstances. St. …Read More
JHG’s Amy Knobelsdorf recently led an exciting project in collaboration with the Sustainable Communities Initiative and Carleton University’s Centre for Initiatives on Children, Youth and Community (CICYC). Building upon the innovative approach to mentorship that has evolved out of our ongoing work, Amy developed a toolkit of mentorship materials that served as the foundation for a presentation to the National Mentoring Symposium in Banff, Alberta. The presentation and toolkit were met with great enthusiasm and we are excited to see more community development initiatives adopting innovative approaches to mentorship and collaborative practice.
How can we work collaboratively to facilitate sustainable social development and innovation? On October 17th, JHG hosted a team retreat for a day-long exploration of our learnings on collaborative practice. Stay tuned for more on the powerful work that is moving the private sector towards better corporate social engagement with communities. Thanks to Dianne Kinnon,Tullio Caputo, Wanda Jamieson and Amy Knobelsdorf (photo left) for an inspiring day.
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