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Connect_2010_-_Mickelson_Frisch_presentation_revised

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									Creating Collaborative Advantage
 and Developing Province-wide
       Research Capacity
                   Presentation at Connect 2010
                             November 22, 2010
Co-leaders:

Noreen Frisch, PhD, RN

Grace Mickelson, MA, RN
        InspireNet Proposal


Prepared spring/summer 2009


Meets BCNRI research priorities

Addresses input from Town Hall meetings held by
MSFHR
                                       BC Context
Michael Smith Foundation for
Health Research

                                                    Regulated nurses working in BC:
Public Academic Institutions                        39,000 (RN, RPN, LPN)
4 Research Universities                             Source: CIHI 2008
10 New Universities & Institutes
11 Colleges


Private Academic Institutions                             Nursing Organizations
                                                          Regulatory Bodies
  Health Authorities                                      BC Nurses Union
  5 Regional                                              Association of Registered Nurses
                                                          of BC
  1 Provincial
  1 First Nations Health Council
  Government
  Ministry of Science & Universities
  Ministry of Regional Economic and
  Skills Development
  Ministry of Health Services
         InspireNet Proposal

Vision

A vibrant and interactive network of individuals
and organizations working collaboratively to
advance research and knowledge that improve
nursing health services in British Columbia.
           Mission:
    Collaborative Advantage
Provide venue for
collaborative         From this
leadership
Link people
Animate discussion
Spark innovation       To this

Benefit from
collective wisdom &
expertise
      Goals

Increased research capacity

  Coordinated approach to
  planning / priority setting

      Strategic nursing /
interprofessional partnerships

  Care delivery innovation
     Key Strategies & Tactics

Active member   • Full use of Internet capabilities
 involvement    • Action teams supported by e-CoPs


 Academic-      • Action Teams
  practice      • Partnership with UBC e-Health
collaboration     Strategy Office

Distributed &   • Leadership Council, Management
   Shared         Team, Action & Coordinating Teams,
 Leadership       NRFs
Operating Model
Action Team Proposals
      include
Support for Action Teams
Emerging Action Teams
           Connect 2010
              Moving
 Nursing Health Services Research
            to Action

Supports InspireNet activities and
action teams

								
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