Message from the Dean

Hélène Perrault

Dean

Hélène Perrault
Office: 538-540 KE 203
Phone: 613-562-5432

 

Welcome to our website!

Human health and well-being is a matter of interest to everyone, from private citizens to officials at the highest levels of government.

This is why the Faculty of Health Sciences strives for excellence in its teaching and places a strong emphasis on research.

Offered in both official languages, our undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs cover seven health-related fields. In collaboration with other faculties, we also offer a multidisciplinary PhD program in population health and have entered into agreements with more than 250 clinical agencies and community organizations to offer our students the best clinical experiences and training possible. Our educational requirements are such that we can provide our students the innovative training they need to ensure and promote the health and well-being of individuals and populations alike. Our students will become healthcare professionals and recognized researchers highly sought after by top employers.

The Faculty of Health Sciences strives for perfection, and our innovative teaching methods and state-of-the art research programs are gaining us a place among national and international leaders. In choosing the Faculty of Health Sciences, you are choosing excellence and investing in a great future.

I look forward to having you at the Faculty of Health Sciences!

 

Hélène Perrault, PhD

Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences

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Vice-Dean Academic – Academic Program Quality and Delivery

Rose Martini
Office: RGN 3057
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 4567

The Vice-Dean Academic – Academic Program Quality and Delivery assists the Dean by providing strategic leadership on educational matters within the Faculty of Health Sciences, including integration of novel pedagogies and best practices for designing and delivering undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, the Vice-Dean Academic – Academic Program Quality and Delivery is responsible for quality appraisal of new and existing programs and provides oversight of evaluations and reviews of programs in accordance with university and external program accreditation bodies. The Vice-Dean Academic – Academic Program Quality and Delivery serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio.

Vice-Dean Academic – Strategic Enrollment Management

Tracey O’Sullivan
Office: THN 213
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 4567

The Vice-Dean Academic – Strategic Enrollment Management assists the Dean by providing leadership and oversight for optimizing student capacity and trajectory through programs of study in the Faculty of Health Sciences, through development of a vision for strategic enrollment management. The Vice-Dean Academic – Strategic Enrollment Management supports and enhances efforts related to student recruitment, admissions, financial aid, and factors that influence retention that align with the Faculty’s strategic enrollment management vision. Promotes and facilitates understanding of potential and current student profiles to support innovative program development and recruitment. The Vice-Dean Academic – Strategic Enrollment Management serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio.

Vice Dean, Research

Mario Lamontagne
Office: 538-540 KE 216
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 1398

The Vice-Dean, Research assists the Dean by assuming functions related to the development, promotion, planning and coordination of the Faculty’s research. The role of the Vice-Dean, Research is to contribute actively to the development of the Faculty Strategic Plan in support of the quest for excellence and competitiveness in research and the advancement of knowledge in the health sciences. The Vice-Dean Research serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio.

Vice-Dean, Professional Affairs

Paula Forgeron
Office: RGN 3215B
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 5432 

The Vice-Dean, Professional Affairs, in close consultation with the Dean, the Vice-Dean Academic and the Associate Deans and Directors of the academic units, contributes to the development of the Faculty's strategic plan to support program academic excellence from the perspective of practical and/or professional experiences. Ensures close liaison between the Faculty of Health Sciences and community partners such as hospitals, clinics, and community centers, government partners or private industry partners for all questions related to professional and clinical training, including concerns for best-practices integration within and in alignment with the curriculum, accreditation and labor-related requirements for student experiences as well as risk management. The Vice-Dean Professional Affairs serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio.

Vice-Dean, Governance and Secretary

Craig Phillips
Office: 538-540 KE 303
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 6055

The Vice-Dean, Governance and Secretary assists the Dean by assuming functions related to the good and efficient governance of the Faculty and serves as secretary of the Faculty. The role of the Vice-Dean, Governance and Secretary is to serve as a consultant and resource person to the Dean, Vice-Deans, and Associate Deans and Directors for the interpretation and application of University and Faculty policies and regulations. The Vice-Dean Governance and Secretary consults with the Dean in the development of contractual agreements between the Faculty and partner organizations. The Vice-Dean Governance and Secretary collaborates with the Dean on grievances, appeals, and complaints that may result in litigation. The Vice-Dean, Governance and Secretary serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio, acts as Secretary on these committees, and is an ex officio member of Senate.

Chief Administrative Officer

Renée Guénette
Office: 538-540 KE 202
Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 5432

The Chief Administration Officer assists the Dean by providing strategic and operational leadership in the planning, development and implementation of activities such as budget planning and control, financial strategies, human resources management, physical and IT oversight in order to ensure efficient and effective functioning of the Faculty's teaching and research, taking into account the strategic orientations and Faculty priorities established by the Dean's Office and in accordance with the mission of the University. The Chief Administration Officer serves as a member on the Faculty Council and on the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences and provides reports on activities under their portfolio.

 

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