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Inter-organizational research in health

Conference on Research on Inter-organizational Relationships in Health New York 1970.

Inter-organizational research in health

conference proceedings.

by Conference on Research on Inter-organizational Relationships in Health New York 1970.

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Published by National Center for Health Services Research and Development in Washington] .
Written in English

  • Public health administration -- Congresses.,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Edited by Paul E. White and George J. Vlasak.
    ContributionsWhite, Paul E., ed., Vlasak, George J., ed., National Center for Health Services Research and Development., Johns Hopkins University. Dept. of Behavioral Sciences.
    LC ClassificationsRA393 .C6 1970
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 167 p.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4376724M
    LC Control Number78612178

      English and Dutch language articles and books published between and were included in the study. The search for relevant textbooks was based on more general terms such as structure, process and outcomes of research, practice and policy separately. public health cooperation, inter-organizational relations in public health, inter. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Written for health and social care professionals wanting to set up or currently leading a network, this book by two leading experts is practical, informative, but theoretically grounded. Also useful for academics teaching health care leadership, it includes practical diagnostic materials and up to date examples from care sectors world-wide. Sustainable development goals (SDGs) have become increasingly important for today’s firms as they build sustainability strategies that integrate SDGs into their core activities. Addressing these goals collaboratively, in line with SDG 17—partnerships for the goals, has gained momentum, hence the growing literature on sustainability-oriented partnerships. .

    demographic, interpersonal, and inter-organizational settings in which they are planted. At the same time that programs have become more complex, the demands for accountability from policymakers and other stakeholders have increased. These changes in the environment in which public health programs operate mean that strong. Frontiers in Communication [Health Communication section], 2, doi: /fcomm Olufowote, J. O. (). Identity constructions and inter-organizational collaboration: Islamic faith-based organizations and the polio vaccination stoppage in Northern Nigeria. Communication Quarterly. 64,

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Inter-organizational research in health. Inter-organizational research in health: bibliography () [Rockville, Md.] Health Services and Mental Health Administration [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul E White; George J Vlasak; National Center for Health Services Research and Development.

Dynamics of Inter-Organizational Information Systems in Health Care from an Actor Network Perspective M.T. Smits, J.C. Luijsterburg, M.A.J.A.E.

van Ham Research output: Book/Report › Report › ProfessionalCited by: 1. In this book we will use the acronym, ‘IOR’, to refer to the name of the field—i.e. Inter‐organizational relations —and ‘IORs’ to refer to these Inter‐organizational relationships.

The study of IOR is concerned with understanding the character and pattern, origins, rationale, and consequences of such by: Background: Inter-organizational mental health research networks are increasingly encouraged by the Department of Health although the literature suggests that.

Examines many empirical settings of inter-organizational relations, as well as a range of disciplinary and theoretical bases, and specific topic areas Features contributions from leading international experts on their particular areas of expertise, it is an authoritative introduction to research findings on IORs.

Researchers view the significance of power in a variety of ways. Some see this as vested in organizations' need for control in their relationships with others.

Others regard power — the power to achieve ends more effectively through joint action Inter-organizational research in health book as an important positive outcome from a productive relationship between organizations.

For a third group, the. This solution explains the differences between intra- and inter-organizational coordination in health care organizations and what a manager could do to achieve each type of coordination.

Supplemented with an article on the topic for further research. Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, World Health Organization, WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Implementation research in health: a practical guide / David Peters [et al].

services research - standards. policy. ry of health care. ch design. plan imple-mentation. ITG research for inter-organizational arrangements will be needed.

In the research, the target is to identify the current state of the inter-organizational ITG research among the information systems (IS) domain. The literature review covers academic articles and conference proceedings during this millennium. This research has underscored the point that inter-organizational trust is an essential element in the integration of health and care services, and it has also offered insights into different facets of trust in the integrated care service provider networks.

Chapter 6 (Using Actor-Network Theory to research the adoption of Inter-Organizational Information Systems), by Jim Underwood and Bruce McCabe, argues that Inter-organizational information systems depend for their success at least as much on collaboration across organizational cultures as on the development of technical infrastructure.

In an editorial entitled "Research is the future: get involved”1, Fiona Godlee supports and re-emphasises the positive points about NIHR clinical research networks that are made in Anne Gulland’s paper, “It’s the duty of every doctor to get involved with research”.2 Gulland notes that an increasing number of patients are taking part in studies hosted by the NIHR research.

At an inter-organizational level, study participants from both health-care organizations described the need for staff to have direct verbal communication with the most responsible clinician (e.g. nurse to nurse, physiotherapist to physiotherapist) prior to the transfer process and once the patient has arrived at the complex medical care and rehabilitation organization hospital.

Inter-organizational relations and practices - formal and informal - seem to be everywhere; and the tasks of description, explanation and 'prescription' of inter-organizational arrangements and their attributes have become important scholarly challenges. and to offer suggestions about the next generation of research.

Preview this book. The chapter begins with a characterization of the environmental research, including the history of the analysis of interorganizational relations, the ways in which researchers have conceptualized organizational environments, and the forces that increasingly push organizations to collaborate with each other.

Interorganizationalism studies the structure and processes of Inter-Organizational Relations (IORs), i.e. the interaction of two or more organizations with overlapping geographic and functional domains (Biermann b). It is primarily interested in the embeddedness of organizations within their environment.

This paper examines the causes, effects and remedies of organizational conflict. What are the things that lead to conflicts in organizations. The study found out that like other terms, conflict. Drawing upon existing community strengths and resources, and strengthening capacity to conduct research in the North, is the key to addressing a number of health concerns presently and over the coming years.

For this reason, Gwen founded the Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre (AHRN-NU) with the late Andrew Tagak Sr. in research has an advantage in this arena due to its holistic focus, which includes the individual and social context, emotions, perceptions, actions, be - liefs, values, and interactions of patients with their health.

Naturalistic (Qualitative) Research Naturalistic research emerged from the. Network research can involve the study of a wide range of features and aspects such as network size, structure, interactional processes, influences, behaviors and skills and this might be an advantage and also a constraint (Jack, ).

In recent years, the inter-organizational networks have gained attention of innovation researchers. The purpose of this study is to review evidence on the nature of effective leadership in interprofessional health and social care teams.,A critical review and thematic synthesis of research literature conducted using systematic methods to identify and construct a framework to explain the available evidence about leadership in interprofessional health and .Starkweather, D.B.

() "Health facility merger and integration: a typology and some hypotheses," pp. in P. E. White and G. J. Vlasak (eds.) Inter-Organizational Research in Health: Conference Proceedings. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Health Services Research and Development. Google Scholar.