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Pathways for Health Equity Quality Improvement Strategy

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Pathways for Health Equity Quality Improvement Strategy

The PATHWAYS for Health Equity research program builds on the 5-year FORGE AHEAD Indigenous diabetes quality improvement research program (2013 - 2017). PATHWAYS for Health Equity, a 3-year research program (2017 - 2019), is a great opportunity to continue our important collaborative diabetes quality improvement research with an increasing number of Indigenous partnering communities and researchers and key stakeholders (collaborators, policymakers and knowledge-users). Four partnering First Nations communities will join the Pathways program to develop community-driven quality improvement initiatives championed by a Community Facilitator and supported by a Community Data Coordinator.

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Quality Improvement Strategy

Quality improvement strategy The 18 month Quality Improvement Strategy includes 3 months preparation, 12 months intervention, 3 months local knowledge translation. The intervention includes Readiness Consultations to assist in understanding available resources to address and adopt diabetes and chronic disease prevention and care strategies. Community teams receive a series of 3 workshops (in-person/virtual) followed by action periods where the team carry out and evaluate PDSAs they develop to im ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Transformation of Indigenous Primary Healthcare Delivery: Enhancement and Adaptation of Community-driven Innovations and Scale-up Toolkits

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NCT03315728

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