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  1. New initiatives in the EAP field: employee assistance professionals can take advantage of new collaborative and educational opportunities.(employee assistance ... An article from: Behavioral Healthcare by Dale Masi, 2006-04-01
  2. Institutional shaping of interagency working: managing tensions between collaborative working and client confidentiality.(Author abstract): An article ... of Public Administration Research and Theory by Christine Bellamy, Charles Raab, et all 2007-07-01

1. Madison Patient Safety Collaborative
Week, March 713, 2004 Page 2 Wisconsin Resources Madison Patient Safety Collaborative 202 S. Park specific Patient Safety Awareness Week

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ELLIPTICAL TUNNEL DESIGN COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY The purpose of this project is design an elliptical tunnel to meet traffic and safety

3. Collaborative Opportunities - I -Teams
data to protect America's cities, enhance public safety, respond to ITeams I-Process I-Plans Collaborative Activities TAG

4. Ask The Builder - Schools As Professional Learning Communities
Schools as Professional Learning Communities Collaborative Activities and Strategies for Professional Development Buy Schools as Professional

5. Schools As Professional Learning Communities Collaborative
Schools as Professional Learning Communities Collaborative Activities and Strategies for Bath Potty Feeding Gear Health Safety Layette

6. Annex 1 Food Security In South Asia
The locus of public intervention is the nation state, whose activities have a profound impact on the success or failure of the efforts to

7. 1 Madison Patient Safety Collaborative . Based On A Collective
participation in collaborative initiatives Madison Patient Safety Collaborative Dean Health external support for MPSC activities . Establish

8. Effort * School Safety A Collaborative Effort * Robert Thomas
School Safety A Collaborative Effort. From Robert Thomas Three dimensional activities for preschool. How to succeed in law.

9. Safety Net Monitoring Initiative Fact Sheet
This fact sheet describes the activities of this Safety Net Monitoring Initiative. Select for PDF File of print version (5 MB). PDF Help.

10. Review Of The CDC Anthrax Vaccine Safety And Efficacy Collaborative
Title Review of the CDC Anthrax Vaccine Safety and Efficacy Collaborative Research Program; NIP Anthrax Vaccine Safety Activities Above

11. Home - Maryland Patient Safety Center
Supports regional patient safety initiatives by encouraging collaborative efforts, disseminating current knowledge relating to patient safety, and developing a formal structure for activities.
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Welcome to the Maryland Patient Safety Center
The Maryland Patient Safety Center
A Voluntary, Statewide Approach
The Maryland Patient Safety Center is part of a unique approach to patient safety developed by the Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) in response to legislation passed by the Maryland General Assembly in 2001. The approach combines limited mandatory reporting of serious adverse events to the state health department with voluntary systems improvement activities coordinated by a statewide patient safety center. To carry out its charge to improve safety in Maryland, the Center focuses on the following activities:
  • Collaboration and Education
    The Center facilitates collaboration across providers so they can learn from each other and prevent errors before they are made. The Center sponsors educational conferences and seminars Voluntary Confidential Reporting
    The Center will lead applied research to find and implement safer processes and practices. Research findings will be disseminated through educational sessions and other forms of communication.

12. HIMSS - Collaborative Activities
collaborative activities. The industry is best served when nonprofits collaborate American Medical Association, and the Patient safety Institute (PSI).
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Collaborative Activities
The industry is best served when non-profits collaborate on issues that raise the waters for all. HIMSS actively seeks collaborative opportunities with its sister associations. The HIMSS Board of Directors firmly supports and encourages such initiatives, and welcomes ideas for new endeavors. The following is a brief overview highlighting some of the collaborative efforts currently underway.
Alliance for Nursing Informatics
Supported by both AMIA and HIMSS , the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI) represents more than 2,000 nurses and brings together 18 distinct nursing informatics groups that function independently. These groups operate at varying levels of local, regional, national, and international involvement and have established programs, publications, and organizational structures for their members. The ANI Steering Team consists of representatives of organizational groups that have a nursing informatics focus, guiding the strategic direction of the Alliance throughout the year. Most of the nursing organizations participating in the ANI do not have a staff complement, therefore the umbrella alliance provides a path to coordinate activities and inform industry initiatives. The basic objectives of the ANI are:

13. Media Contacts
collaborative activities may include the exchange of personnel, collaborativeresearch relating to the quality, safety or efficacy of Biological
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Health Canada
A/Chief, Media Relations Ryan Baker Aboriginal Issues Paul Duchesne Assisted Human Reproduction Carole Saindon Biotechnology Nathalie Lalonde Blood (Biologics) Nathalie Lalonde Canada Health Act Carole Saindon Chemical Hazards Carolyn Sexauer Chief Scientist Nathalie Lalonde Controlled Substances Carolyn Sexauer Cosmetics Paul Duchesne Drugs (Prescription and Non Prescription) Jirina Vlk
Christopher Williams

Environmental Health Carolyn Sexauer Paul Duchesne Food Carole Saindon Genetically Modified Foods Carole Saindon Health Care Carole Saindon Health Policy Carole Saindon Internet Phamarcies Jirina Vlk
Christopher Williams

Marijuana (Medical Use) Christopher Williams Medical Devices Nathalie Lalonde Natural Health Products Nathalie Lalonde News Release (copies of) Renee Bergeron
Nutrition Carole Saindon Nathalie Lalonde Pesticides Carolyn Sexauer Primary Health Care Transition Fund Carole Saindon Product Safety Paul Duchesne Radiation Protection Paul Duchesne Nathalie Lalonde Romanow - Accord Carole Saindon Tobacco Carolyn Sexauer Toxic Substances Carolyn Sexauer Veterinary Drugs Jirina Vlk
Christopher Williams

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14. Madison Patient Safety Collaborative - Projects
The Madison Patient safety collaborative of Madison, Wisconsin is Held aMedication safety Week that had activities addressing dangerous abbreviations.
Eliminating the use of dangerous abbreviations
The MPSC project focused on four targeted abbreviations: qd, u and the inappropriate use of leading and trailing zeros w/ decimal point. Baseline data was collected at each institution and shared followed by the use of improvement cycles. Each member enacted interventions thought to be most appropriate and effective for the respective organization and, after several months, data was again collected and analyzed. Members then determined whether interventions found to be effective at one organization could be adopted by others to yield greater results in the next improvement cycle. Some of the specific tactics used by the 4 hospitals in this collective endeavor include: Educational/awareness interventions
  • Sent letters on error-prone abbreviations to physicians and nurses from medical leadership/physician influentials. Placed educational articles on topic in internal publications, posters around the organizations, signs in nurse/physician restrooms and screensavers on computers reminding about error-prone abbreviations.

15. CAOT - Canadian Association Of Occupational Therapists - Partnerships With Natio
Read about some of CAOT s latest collaborative activities Together with theCanada safety Council, CMHC provided CAOT members with information about

16. Identifying Collaborative Web Pages: More Than Just Pen Pals
Find out how to find a pen pal class, safety tips to discuss with your class One of the easiest activities that a classroom can do, is find another
Designing Web Pages
More Than Just Pen Pals
Visit OnLine Resources Go to On Line Projects Page Kinds of Webpages Designing a Webpage Evaluating Your Webpage Announcing Your Projects Join an On Line Project West Elementary Projects About This Author West Home Page fair use
and student permission
to publish Kinds of Pages determine the kind
of webpage you will
publish Six Steps Follow these steps
when creating
your webpages Evaluations Three rubrics
for assessing
webpages Announcing Tips for
announcing your
webpages Join Projects Join web activities that are already developed West Projects See the web activities developed by our staff
Sketch Page
Non-Collaborative Web Pages
Collaborative Web Pages
Resource Links
There's an explosion in the number of schools going on line with the Internet. But what can you do with the Internet, now that you have it? The Internet offers not only a wealth of information, but it is an excellent communication tool. One of the easiest activities that a classroom can do, is find another classroom and correspond with each other. But what do you say? What can you do? This article addresses tips on finding pen pals, safety issues you need to discuss with your class, and activity ideas you can do with your partner class.

17. IATA - Safety, Operations & Infrastructure, Europe
Runway safety Airport collaborative Decision Making, CDM ATM CapacityEnhancement activities are coordinated through the Eurocontrol Capacity
Site Revision
The Public Page was last updated in May 2005 and the Private Pages are regularly updated and provide information that is restricted to IATA Members Airlines and Partners. Further details on the subjects below as well as other topics can be found on the Private Pages of this site.
To gain access, please click on "private site" on the left hand side of this page, then click on "register" and fill in the registration form. Click then on "Update" and within one or two business days, your access account to the private page will be activated. ATM 2000 + Strategy
This strategy, intended for adoption by ECAC Ministers, describes the principles, objectives and steps required to increase capacity to meet the demand, to reduce ATM-related unit costs and to increase safety between 2000 and 2015. It treats the whole airspace as a continuum, unconstrained by national boundaries and as a network that includes the airports. IATA and other airspace users helped Eurocontrol to develop the ATM 2000+ Strategy. Airlines are requested to support it so that it can be used as the basic ground plan for all future development and implementation programmes.
The Strategy was updated in February 2003.

18. FDA Almanac Fiscal Year 1997 - Center For Food Safety And Applied Nutrition
Recent Microbiological safety activities. FDA sponsored a Cyclospora workshopin August 1996, in response to a Recent collaborative activities include
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
Overview Food Safety Nutrition, Formulated Foods, and Food Labeling Cosmetics and Color Certification ... Industry, Academic, and Government Partnerships
The center is responsible for promoting and protecting the public's health and economic interest by ensuring that the nation's food supply is safe, sanitary, wholesome, and honestly labeled, and that cosmetic products are safe and properly labeled. The center oversees a vast food industry that includes more than 30,000 U.S. food manufacturers and processors and over 20,000 food warehouses. The economic importance of the American food industry is enormous. It contributes about 20 percent of the U.S. Gross National Product, employs about 14 million individuals, and provides an additional 4 million jobs in related industries. In FY 1996, FDA spent over $221 million on food and cosmetic safety activities. The center's primary responsibilities include:
  • the safety of food and color additives
  • seafood Hazard Analysis Critical Point (HACCP) regulations
  • regulatory and research programs to address health risks associated with foodborne chemical and microbiological contaminants
  • regulations and activities dealing with the proper labeling of foods (e.g., ingredients, health claims)

19. Facts About Patient Safety
The Joint Commission demonstrates its commitment to patient safety through collaborative activities, including the Joint Commission International organizations/patient safety/facts about patient

20. CDC - OCSO - Blue Panel Meeting Summary Report Comments
Review the intramural and extramural collaborative activities of the vaccine safety Vaccine safety activities needs to be completely independent (6)
Office of the Director
Office of the Chief Science Officer

OCSO Staff Contact Us
OCSO Contents About OCSO Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Animal Policy Board Specimen Data Bank ... Technology Transfer
Summary Report on Public Comments on the Objectives posted regarding
Vaccine Safety Activities
PROCESS In June 2004, Julie Gerberding, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requested that a diverse group of individuals be convened to review the vaccine safety monitoring and research activities at CDC. The meeting was a 2-day meeting in which participants engaged in frank and wide-ranging discussion of current programs and perceptions about the safety of immunization. In addition, the discussion emphasized a collective awareness that vaccine safety is a subject that requires much broader governmental and private involvement in keeping with the evolving characteristics of disease epidemiology, community expectations and expanding clinical and laboratory science. The group of individuals was asked to review and discuss three objectives during their 2-day meeting. The purpose of providing objectives for the participants was to assist them in discussing the vaccine safety program at CDC on a broader level; therefore, they were not convening to discuss specific vaccine safety studies, the thimerosal issues, the recent IOM report or other more specific details of the vaccine safety program.

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