Jackie Mann

Position: Saskatchewan Centre For Patient Oriented Research

Jackie Mann is a health system leader, who has over thirty years of healthcare experience. She has held a number of positions throughout acute care, including staff nurse, manager, and director. Until 2018, she served as Vice President with accountabilities for acute care, laboratory services, pharmacy services and diagnostic imaging services across the Saskatoon Health Region. Jackie was also the executive lead for the planning and construction of the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan, including the application of the 3P lean methodology. Jackie is a certified Lean Leader. She served on the Senior Leadership team in the Saskatoon Health Region for eleven years. Patient and family centred care and patient safety have been two key focuses for Jackie throughout her career.
In September 2018, Jackie took on a new role, as the Executive Director for the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research, where she leads a team and serves a group of eight partners across the province, in their pursuit of patient-oriented research.
Jackie is a Registered Nurse, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration from the University of Saskatchewan, she is also a surveyor with Accreditation Canada.