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2010-652

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This week's feature comes from Nancy van Boxmeer & Jodi Thesenvitz, consultants with The Health Communication Unit. Their article describes a priority-setting process to aid in strategic decision-making.



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volume: 
2010
number: 
652
pubdate: 
20100305
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eid: 
652

Priority Setting – Four Methods for Getting to What’s Important!

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Contents

I Introduction
II When to use a priority-setting group process
III Generic structure of a good priority setting process
IV Roles and authority
V Dotmocracy
VI Paired comparisons
VII Quadrant analysis / decision box
VIII Grid analysis
IX Conclusion
X References
XI Resources

-  submitted by Nancy van Boxmeer & Jodi Thesenvitz, Consultants, The Health Communication Unit (THCU)

I Introduction

Save the Date: Provincial Summer Institute 2010--Advanced Counselling Skills for Concurrent Disorders

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August 17 to 19, 2010
Toronto, Ontario

Through plenary sessions, discussions with colleagues and peers, and training workshops, this Provincial Summer Institute 2010 will provide advanced learning to clinicians and other specialists working in concurrent disorders. Day one will feature keynote speakers, panel presentations and break out sessions with full day courses on days two and three. Segments of the Institute will be conducted in French.

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