Approaches to Accountability
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What’s New

Just Released! Healthcare Policy Vol. 10, Special Issue, Approaches to Accountability. (click here for more information)

Reports and Publications

Deber R, Schwartz R, et. al. (2011) Change towards outcome based performance Management: An Expedited Synthesis Final Report. CIHR Expedited Knowledge Synthesis Program, ETP-100086. April. (click here to view the final report, Appendix 3: selected case examples, Appendix 4: references reviewed)

CIHR Team in Community Care and Health Human Resources Archive

The archive of the CIHR Team research project can be accessed through by clicking here. It also includes M-THAC's Greatest Hits.

Approaches to Accountability

Welcome to the “Approaches to Accountability” website, where you can learn more about our Partnership for Health Systems Improvement (PHSI) research.  The project  is funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR), and consists of a series of sub-projects within the general theme of accountability in health care.  An exciting feature of this research is active partnership between researchers, students, and community partners.

We have organized the web-site using links to try to make it easy to find what we are doing. 

Under “Sub-projects” you will find an overview of each sub-project, including a listing the researchers, students, and partners involved.  We've linked to to their biographies and organizations.  We also link to the reports and publications we have produced; we'll list them in reverse chronological order.

Under "Partners" we list the decision making partners with links to each of their organizations. 

Under the section “Researchers”, you will find a list of all the investigators with links to their biographies, the sub-projects that they are involved in and a list of selected presentations and publications.

Under “Reports and Publications”, there will be a listing in reverse chronological order, as previously mentioned, of all the reports and publications resulting from each project.   There are links from each publication back to the sub-projects page.

Under "What's New" we will list what has been added to the web site.

 

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