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InSource provided outstanding project management for our grant focused on tobacco control in Tribal communities. They (also) brought expertise in research methods, tobacco control, community-based participatory research, social network analysis and health communications.

Patricia Nez Henderson, Vice president
Black Hills Center for American Indian Health


“The InSource team did an excellent job of helping us work with a number of stakeholder groups to develop a tobacco control strategy for BC.  They were routinely professional and easy to work with and very flexible with our need to include many views and to accommodate changes in our timelines.  We were very pleased to have them support our work.”

Scott McDonald
President and CEO
BC Lung Association


“The InSource team has been great to work with. They are highly adaptable, a skill that is critical in this rapidly changing and complex world. InSource played a critical role in helping The CAPTURE Project get up to speed during its start-up phase.”

Dr. Diane Finegood
Executive Director
The CAPTURE Project


“The work we did with InSource was highly collaborative and successful.  The product delivered reflected this collaboration as well as the exceptional breadth of experience and knowledge of the InSource team and the contributions of top researchers from around the world.  I believe our work together has established the foundation for an important relationship between the research and health policy communities that will hopefully continue for many years to come.”

Pauline Rousseau
Executive Director
Quality and Process Improvement Branch
Saskatchewan Health


“On behalf of the Propel team, sincere thanks for such a thorough, thoughtful, and timely effort. The walk through of the SNA data and maps was terrific; right level of detail, explanation and clarification, and focused on the substance and messages. Really appreciate your approach.”

Dr. Barbara (Barb) Riley
Director, Strategy and Capacity Development, and Senior Scientist
Propel Centre for Population Health Impact
University of Waterloo


“InSource conducted a social network analysis (SNA) with the organizations involved in our collaborative practice project.  The process they used helped project participants understand the benefits that a network offers.  The InSource work was a valuable part of the overall project.  The team worked well with our diverse stakeholders across multiple jurisdictions and helped to make our project successful.”

BJ Gdanski, Business Manager, and Catriona Park, Project Manager
B.C. Academic Health Council