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Papers and reports authored or co-authored by InSource team members
GHWA Legacy Report 2016
InSource was contracted by the Global Health Workplace Alliance (GHWA) to provide a look back on its achievements from 2006 to its wind-up in 2016. Operating under the World Health Organization, GHWA was responsible for promoting the development of health human resources in under-resourced countries around the world.
Using systems thinking to support clinical system transformation (2016)
A paper published in the International Journal of Health Management & Policy based on work done by InSource for the BC Ministry of Healthy’s Clinical Care Management initiative.
Time to shift from systems thinking-talking to systems thinking-action (2015)
A commentary published in the International Journal of Health Management & Policy about a practical approach to applying systems thinking to health system reform.
A Case Study for Health System Transformation 2014
The BC Ministry of Health’s Clinical Care Management (CCM) initiative provided a case study for how to achieve large-scale health system change. Using a systems approach, InSource looked at factors that help or hinder province-wide implementation of clinical guidelines with a broad goal of understanding how to better manage large system change.
IHSTS White Paper
Developed in collaboration with the Institute for Health System Transformation and Sustainability, this paper is intended to support development of networks for improving community-based primary health care in British Columbia.
Social Network Analysis
InSource was contracted by the Public Health Agency of Canada to conduct a review and synthesis of key reports about child health inequalities in Canada.
COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS (CAS)
A short description of CAS theory and how InSource has used this perspective in its work for clients within the health system.
In February 2015, Dr. Allan Best was invited by the Sax Institute in Sydney Australia, to speak about health system complexity and the keys to effective health system transformation.