Dr Carmel Martin from the University of Ottowa will be presenting an overview of Primary Health Care (PHC) transitions in Canada and the state of knowledge synthesis and translation/exchange for policy and practice using a complexity framework.
Her colleague Margot Felix-Bortolotti, who is a sociologist with a background in administration and nursing will present a theoretical model for PHC research and evaluation linking political economy and complexity approaches.
In the tradition of previous meetings other particpants are very welcome to present ideas at any stage of development relating to complexity theory.
Places are limited.
Visit the group's web site at www.complexityprimarycare.org.