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The Commonwealth Fund, in collaboration with the CHSRF, offers a unique opportunity for mid-career professionals—researchers, policy-makers, clinicians, managers and journalists—to spend 12 months in the United States to conduct a policy-oriented research study with leading U.S. health experts.
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NWT tackles chronic disease:
CHSRF has just signed on to continue working with the Department of Health and Social Services in the Northwest Territories where months of collaboration have laid the groundwork for their integrated plan for chronic disease management.
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Looking at transformation from the inside out:
Sharon Bishop and Adam Mills, working as embedded researchers, are part of our exciting partnership with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and the University of Regina Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School started this past fall. Over the three years of the project with the Saskatchewan Surgical and Primary Healthcare initiatives, the team will provide a better understanding of what facilitates transformational change and what acts as a barrier to it.

The following research reports have recently been posted to the CHSRF website:

Transformation Lessons from Disease-based Strategies: An Environmental Scan
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Provincial and Territorial Health System Priorities: An Environmental Scan
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Value-Based Pricing of Pharmaceuticals in Canada: Opportunities to Expand the Role of Health Technology Assessment?
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The Use of Health Technology Assessment to Inform the Value of Provider Fees: Current Challenges and Future Opportunities
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This entry was posted on Friday, January 20th, 2012 at 7:40 pm and is filed under Longwoods Online.