Published on Nov 25, 2015
Judith John delivers a powerhouse presentation on transforming care by combining her patient experience with an inoperable brain tumour with that as a hospital executive to provide unique insights. Judith John’s career spans all aspects of communications, marketing and public affairs, with an extensive background in arts, culture, not-for-profit, health and social services.
Ms. John is active within the health care sector, having served as Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs at the Hospital for Sick Children and as Vice President of Communications and Marketing at Mount Sinai Hospital and Foundation. She also volunteers with Toronto Western Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network and Mount Sinai, concentrating on the patient experience, partnerships and communications.
A patient advisor for UHN’s Partners in Care program, Ms. John is a trained Patient Partner. She is part of the Province of Ontario’s Phoenix Project on education and patient care, and works with Patients Canada. She was on the 20th anniversary awards selection committee for The Change Foundation regarding initiatives around patient and family-centred care. She also volunteers with Health Quality Ontario, and is currently working on government relations for the Council of Academic Hospitals Ontario.
Ms. John has extensive community experience, having [...] continue the story