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Remembering Kevin

I wrote a “Lives Lived” column about Kevin for The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper, which was published on December 4, 2013. You can ... Continue Reading →

Kevin J. Leonard Award

Beyond Patient Destiny, Kevin Leonard was an Associate Professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME), University of Toronto and a Research ... Continue Reading →

In memory of Kevin Leonard

Kevin J. Leonard July 24, 1957 – July 15, 2013 Patient Destiny Founder and my husband of 31 years, Kevin Leonard died of complications from ... Continue Reading →

Kevin’s Final Patient Advocacy Work

My husband, Kevin Leonard passed away on July 15, 2013 and below are details about his final patient advocacy work.   Patient Destiny collaborated with ... Continue Reading →

Patient Engagement Projects

Mount Dennis Community From September 2012 to March 2013, Patient Destiny collaborated with the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (TC LHIN) on a Patient ... Continue Reading →

Rise of the Patient

On February 7, 2013, Kevin was interviewed by blog talk radio host, Shirley Williams, as part of her series on the “Rise of the Patient”. ... Continue Reading →

Why Information is Important

As a caregiver, I was invited to provide the caregiver’s perspective at the University Health Network’s Patient Portal Open House on October 17, 2012. Below ... Continue Reading →

In memory of Doug Gosling

Kevin Leonard wrote this moving tribute to his friend, Doug Gosling: As you might have heard by now, we lost a great person, Doug Gosling, ... Continue Reading →

“Meeting with Patients” Report

Patient Destiny has been very busy over the last year as the healthcare industry begins to discover the power of the patient voice and the ... Continue Reading →

Quarterly Update

Below is a summary of Patient Destiny’s activities during the first quarter of 2012: Following up from the December 7, 2011 “Meeting with Patients” co-hosted ... Continue Reading →

Patient Destiny & NSM LHIN: “Consultation with People with Lived Experience”

On Tuesday, January 24, 2012, Patient Destiny worked with the North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN to host a “Consultation with People with Lived Experience”. Organized by Sheila ... Continue Reading →

Report – November 2011 Conference and Workshop

We have prepared a Report of our November 2 and 3, 2011 “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop. To access the Report ... Continue Reading →

Patient Destiny & TC LHIN co-hosting “Meeting with Patients”

Building from the November 2 and 3 Conference and Workshop, Patient Destiny is co-hosting a “Meeting with Patients” with the Toronto Central Local Health Integration ... Continue Reading →

eHealth Speaker Series – Videos

As a lead up to our “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop November 2 and 3, 2011, Patient Destiny was pleased to ... Continue Reading →

November 2011 Conference and Workshop – Presentations of Speakers and Panelists

Below are links to presentations of Speakers and Panelists at the November 2 and 3 “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop.   ... Continue Reading →

eHealth Speaker Series – October 2011

As a lead up to Patient Destiny’s two-day “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop (November 2 and 3), we plan to further ... Continue Reading →

November 2011 Conference and Workshop – Registration

Registration for Patient Destiny’s “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop on November 2 and 3, 2011 is now available online. Click here. For ... Continue Reading →

November 2011 Conference and Workshop – Agenda

Patient Destiny’s agenda for our “Patients as Partners in their Healthcare” Conference and Workshop scheduled for November 2 and 3, 2011 is now available online ... Continue Reading →

PwC Citizens’ Reference Panel on Ontario Health Services

Last week, PwC released their Public Priorities for Ontario’s Health System: A report of the Citizens’ Reference Panel on Ontario Health Services. Among their 13 ... Continue Reading →