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Collaborative Culture?. Knowledge Management in Canadian Health: Improving knowledge translation by embracing complexity. Thom Kearney MGMT5001. "Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it. “

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Collaborative culture

Collaborative Culture?


Knowledge management in canadian health improving knowledge translation by embracing complexity

Knowledge Management in Canadian Health: Improving knowledge translation by embracing complexity.

Thom Kearney

MGMT5001


Collaborative culture

"Knowledge is of two kinds.

We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it. “

Samuel Johnson (Boswell's Life of Johnson)


Agenda

Agenda

  • Health information in Canada

  • Key concepts:

    • Knowledge creations funnel

    • Complex adaptive systems

  • Opportunities for solutions (problems)

  • Embracing the complexity

  • A personal example


Canadian health system overview

Manitoba

Infoway

HC

CIHI

CanadianForces

Health Canada

CIC

Saskatchewan

PHAC

RCMP

CIHR

Federal Influence

VAC

PHAC

Corrections

Federal Healthcare Partnership

Less than 1% pop

Nova Scotia

Yukon

New Brunswick

Nunavut

British Columbia

Ontario

Quebec

PEI

NWT

Alberta

Newfoundland and Labrador

10-15 % pop

Canadian Health system overview

Jurisdictions

Less than 1% pop

23-40% pop

1-5 % pop


Knowledge action cycle

Knowledge Action Cycle


Knowledge creation funnel

Knowledge Creation Funnel

Bottle Neck


Complex adaptive system

Complex adaptive system

Individuals using simple rules, acting for their own reasonscreate an adaptive system.

Components

  • Self organization

  • Emergence

  • Relationships

  • Feedback

  • Adaptability

  • Non-Linearity

Interactions, relationships within the context of the network result in dynamic knowledge sharing. (Robeson, 2009)


Opportunities for solutions

Opportunities for solutions

  • Knowledge translation takes too long. Especially creating knowledge tools

  • Resources are limited and jurisdictions tend to do the same sorts of things (duplication is bad)

  • Knowledge is leaving for the golf course


Embrace the complexity

Embrace the complexity

Employ social technologies:

  • Connect all health professionals in Canada

  • No personal health data

  • Open and closed groups of all types

  • Multiple layers of security and veracity

  • Make it easy to join, easy to share

Design for the six components of a complex adaptive system:

Self organization Emergence Relationships

Feedback Adaptability Non-Linearity


Example

Example


Conclusio n

Conclusion

  • Social technologies can help with knowledge translation in health.

  • Culture will take time to change, social technologies encourage sharing and trust

  • Critical mass matters, go big or go home.


Shared platform

Shared platform

Shared Benefits

Efficiency and focus

Interoperability

Connectedness

Shared knowledge

Access

Agility

Shared Technology

Common profile

Standard xml

Open development

Governance – basic enablement and standards. National scope with connections


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