The Chiefs of Ontario Health Sector is sharing a link to all electronic surveys to assist the sector in developing a comprehensive Health Humans Resources (HHR) Strategy.

The electronic survey links are currently being emailed to each of the communities and organizations who have agreed to assist in dispersing the surveys to their community members and staff to gather as much data as possible to develop an HHR Strategy.

It has been 10 years since any information was last collected reflecting this issue. Many things have changed in the landscape of Health Human Resources since this time, and many of the originally flagged issues remain.

Having updated survey data will not only give us a snapshot of the current landscape, but it will also assist in helping to create additional supplementary resources to assist communities and organizations in implementing the proposed HHR Strategy, once complete.

There is a Cross-Sectoral Task Force that works together within the Chiefs of Ontario to assist and guide in the direction of the strategy with the data and feedback coming directly from organizations and communities. This Task Force will meet on a regular basis in order to ensure that the Strategy is reasonably and comprehensively developed.

Frances Pine, the Project Lead, will also conduct meetings with various groups after surveys have been completed to ensure that information is being captured from each geographical area. This will ensure that the strategy becomes a well-rounded depiction of the scope of HHR in the communities today.

Please note: For those who complete the surveys do so before July 7, 2023, they will be entered into the 2 Early Bird Draws, and will also be re-entered into the main draws once the surveys close on August 18, 2023.

Please be advised: The deadline to complete the surveys has been extended to August 18, 2023

Please click here to access all active survey links.

We look forward to working with you all through the development of the HHR Strategy. If you have any questions, please contact Frances Pine, Project Lead at