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Capital district health authority dalhousie university

Capital District Health Authority – Dalhousie University

Goal

New Instruments

Evaluation Plan

To prepare pre-licensure health professional learners from Dalhousie University to become competent collaborative practitioners by creating an innovative model of care for patients with key health conditions who are transitioning from acute care to the community

Evaluation Matrix

Challenges

Scope of the Project

Seamless Care Team

Project Co- Applicants:

Joanne Clovis, Ph.D., Dip.Dh

Blye Frank, Ph.D. Susan Mansour, BSc (Pharmacy)

Ruth Martin Missener, Ph.D.

Greta Rasmussen, BAA (IT), Med.

Project Leads:

Karen Mann, Ph.D.

Judy Mc Fetridge-Durdle, Ph.D. RN

Richard Rowe, MBBS, MAEd, FRCPC Helen Ryding, BDS,MSc,FACD Joan Versel, MScOT, Ph.D. Lucille Wittstock,MN,RN.

Production of this publication/presentation has been made possible through a financial contribution from Health Canada.  The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of Health Canada. This project received approval from the Capital District Health Authority Research Ethics Board.


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