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The SouthWestern Academic Health Network (SWAHN) is committed to positively transforming health outcomes and the delivery of healthcare in Southwestern Ontario through integrated excellence in research, education and clinical practice.

We bring together professionals, educators and researchers across all health disciplines, including participants in universities, hospitals, research organizations, healthcare delivery organizations, clinicians, and Local Health Integration Networks to achieve extensive, sustainable and evidence-based health outcomes for communities and residents of Southwestern Ontario.

Thank you for exploring SWAHN's website! Please contact us for more information. We would be pleased to speak with you!

  • 2016 AAHCI Regional Meeting
    2016 AAHCI Regional Meeting
    2016 AAHCI Regional Meeting - October 27-28, 2016. "Innovation, Technology and Health: Making it Work." To register for this upcoming meeting please click here.
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    Research and Innovation Symposium

    Evaluation, Resilience, and Sustainability in Family Mental Health & Addiction Peer Support. To read about the May 2016 Symposium click here

  • Dr. Margaret Steele
    Dr. Margaret Steele
    Congratulations to Dr. Steele who will soon take on a new role at Memorial University of Newfoundland! Her exceptional leadership, passion, and commitment concerning SWAHN will be missed.  

    See the announcement *here* and Dr. Steele's biography *here.*
  • SWAHN Stakeholder Update
    SWAHN Stakeholder Update

    Click here to read about SWAHN's accomplishments and activities as noted in our June 2016 Stakeholder Update.  Please contact us if you would like to be added to our mailing list.

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    Community Health

    The Community Health Profile is an overview of population health statistics in Southwestern Ontario. This data will help guide the development of strategic education and research projects which encourage excellence in clinical practice while impacting health outcomes.

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