HSAA Health Professionals Week
From February 1 to February 5, we are holding HSAA Health Professionals Week!
HSAA celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and this is the first ever HSAA Health Professionals Week, which will now be celebrated every February.
HSAA represents 27,000 health professionals in Alberta who work across more than 240 disciplines. This week is meant to thank all of them for their dedication to keeping Albertans safe and healthy.
Thank an HSAA health professional!
We are running a week-long campaign (February 1-5) on social media. The campaign gives Albertans the opportunity to thank an HSAA member. We will be asking people to post pictures of themselves with a sign thanking a health-care worker – just like some of the ones below.
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @HSAAAlberta and post those pictures! Don’t forget to use the hashtags #HSAAHPW #ABHPW #IHeartPublicHealthCare
Tell us who is an HSAA “Superhero” – and maybe win a prize!
All health-care workers are superheroes. We want to give you a chance to have an HSAA member recognized as an HSAA Superhero!
To nominate an HSAA Superhero, simply fill out the quick form below. We will be doing a random draw of all the nominees each of the five days during the week. The daily Superhero and their nominator will each get an HSAA prize package.
PLEASE NOTE: The intention is to share these nomination stories with the public throughout the week. If you submit a nomination, some information could be shared, including first names, where the Superhero works and the details of why they were nominated. No contact information will be shared and only used to contact prize winners.
Here’s an example of the prize packs up for grabs! (Note: Draws and prizes are limited to HSAA members.)
Nominate an HSAA Superhero!
Take action to support public health care
HSAA members are dedicated to defending the public health care system and making it better for all Albertans.
For more information on HSAA’s I ♥ Public Health Care campaign, click here.
Now, more than ever, health matters.