Salmon, A., Richardson, C., Barbic, S., Sutherland, J., Puyat, J., Mathias, S., Tee, K., Liversidge, P., and Anis, A. (2017). Measuring Accessibility, Quality of Care and Outcomes: Key Considerations for Children, Youth, and Young Adults. Prepared for the Canadian Federal Minister of Health. Vancouver: Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences. 10 pgs. <LINK TO REPORT>
Heard and Valued: Patient Engagement with Marginalized Populations
Heard and Valued is an online learning module that translates the findings of a research project on engaging marginalized populations in health services planning. This module is available for free to anyone interested in conducting inclusive engagement activities that support diverse populations to participate in health services planning in a meaningful way.
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Salmon, A., Wright, L., Langdale, K. (2013). Finding Voices. Produced by Amy Salmon and Lonnie Wright, Seen and Heard Productions. Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) as part of Your Rights in Research: A Resource Kit on Ethical Research Practice with Women who use Drugs.
See at: https://vimeo.com/73620090
Smye, V., Parkes, T., Salmon, A., Lipsky, N., Gloyn, S.& the BCAPOM Board. (2014). We are the Warriors – The Methadone Warriors. Produced by Lonnie Wright, Three Bridges Films. Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) as part of The Methadone Mess Workshop.
See at: https://vimeo.com/94816611