Vol. 16 Special Issue September 2016 | Health System Transformation through Research Innovation

 

Introduction

The Continuing Relevance of Academics to Health System Reform

Adalsteinn D. Brown and Sabina Nuti

 

Invited Essay

Health System Transformation through Research Innovation

Robyn Tamblyn, Meghan McMahon, Jessica Nadigel, Beth Dunning and Elizabeth Drake with the Institute of Health Services and Policy Research Advisory Board

 

Commentary

The Necessary – but Not Sufficient – Leadership of Research to Transform the Health Systems

Denis A. Roy, Bernard Candas, Eric Litvak and Luc Boileau

 

“If You’re Riding a Horse and It Dies …” A Commentary on Health System Transformation through Research Innovation

Chris Power

 

Embedding Research in the Learning Health System

Robert J. Reid

 

Digital Drivers in a Learning Health System: Considerations for Research Innovation

Jennifer Zelmer

 

Community-Engaged Scholarship to Catalyze Innovation: A Case Study of the Uptake of Metered-Dose Inhalers with Spacers to Deliver Respiratory Medication in a Pediatric Emergency Department in Nova Scotia

Ingrid Sketris, Barbara Hill Taylor, Joan Sargeant and Katrina Hurley

 

Modernizing our Doctoral and Postdoctoral Training Programs: Bold New Initiatives

Stephen Bornstein

 

The Authors Respond

White-Water Ahead

Robyn Tamblyn, Meghan McMahon, Jessica Nadigel, Beth Dunning and Elizabeth Drake

 

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