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Three missions, one future-- [electronic resource] : optimizing the performance of Canada's academic health sciences centres.
[Ottawa, Ont. : Association of Canadian Academic Healthcare Organizations], 2010
1 electronic text (vi, 75 p.) : ill., digital file.
9780981236599 (print)
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[Ottawa, Ont. : Association of Canadian Academic Healthcare Organizations], 2010
9780981236599 (print)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
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Appendix A. List of national organizations supporting AHSC-NTF process -- Appendix B. Select world's firsts & other major medical breakthroughs in Canada's academic health sciences centres -- Appendix C. Select spin-off companies emerging from Canada's academic health sciences centres -- Appendix D. Overview of provincial/territorial ministerial responsibility for AHSC tripartite mission and mandate -- Select bibliography -- End notes.
Message from the co-chairs of the National Task Force -- Members of the National Task Force & Steering Committee -- Who should read this report -- Executive summary -- 1 Introduction -- 2. Defining the issues and challenges: 2.1. Environmental scan; 2.2. Case studies; 2.3. Additional input and feedback; 2.4. Emerging themes -- 3. History and evolution: 3.1. The genesis and definition of the academic health sciences centre; 3.2. Size and scope; 3.3. The evolution to academic health sciences networks (AHSNs) -- 4. The AHSN value proposition: 4.1. AHSNs and their national impact; 4.2. Measuring AHSN performance -- 5. A Vision for the future -- 6. From vision to reality: optimizing the performance of AHSNs: 6.1. Advancing the AHSN concept; 6.2. Maximizing the synergy of the AHSN; 6.3. Aligning the AHSN structure with provincial & territorial governments; 6.4. Working with the federal, provincial & territorial governments; 6.5. Resourcing the AHSN: the provincial and territorial role; 6.6. Investing in AHSNs: the federal role; 6.7. Creating an international forum for AHSNs -- 7. Moving forward: identifying implementation strategies: 7.1. Bringing the recommendations to life; 7.2. How do the pieces fit together?; 7.3. Opportunities for future work -- 8. Concluding comments --
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"A report from the National Task Force on the Future of Canada's Academic Health Sciences Centres".
Contributions by Glenn Brimacombe ... [et al.].
Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library, Documents collection, and Canadian health research collection.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Includes bibliographical references: p. 65-67.

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