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Dialogue McGill, formerly known as McGill Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project, began in 2014 in association with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux with the aim of ensuring that English-speaking Quebecers have access to the full range of health and social services in their own language, through various measures designed to build and maintain a staff complement capable of meeting their needs. Dialogue McGill’s mission is to provide training and retention initiatives so that health and social services professionals have opportunities to improve their ability to provide services in English and to practice where they can meet the needs of the English-speaking population of Quebec. It also seeks to promote research and information sharing on approaches to reducing barriers to health and social services access for English-speaking Quebecers.
Weinstock, Daniel. “Dialogue McGill.” McGill University, 2018. https://www.mcgill.ca/dialoguemcgill/files/dialoguemcgill/dialoguemcgill_main_achievements_14-18_en.pdf.
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