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Listening for Direction

Listening for Direction II: A national consultation on health services and policy issues

Listening for Direction II was launched in November 2003 and includes six partner organizations: the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, the Institute of Health Services and Policy Research (within the Canadian Institutes of Health Research), the Canadian Institute for Health Information, the Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment, the Advisory Committee on Governance and Accountability of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Conference of Deputy Ministers of Health, and the Health Statistics Division of Statistics Canada.

Listening for Direction

From January to March 2001, five national organizations including CIHI undertook a consultation to identify research themes for future applied health services and policy research. Called Listening for Direction: a national consultation on health services and policy issues, the main objective of the consultation was to help design research themes that respond to the needs of policy makers and managers in the healthcare system for the next two to five years.

Fifteen themes emerged as the priority areas. They are divided into eight primary themes, which were repeatedly encountered in a variety of forms across numerous settings and perspectives and seven secondary themes which were encountered less frequently but still arising from a number of settings or perspectives. This document provides further details on all 15 themes.

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Listening for Direction II: National consultation on health services and policy issues 2004-2007
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