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Strategic Clinical Networks (SCNs)

Strategic Clinical Networks (SCNs) are creating improvements within focused areas of health care. To get the most out of our health care system, AHS has developed networks of people who are passionate and knowledgeable about specific areas of health, challenging them to find new and innovative ways of delivering care that will provide better quality, better outcomes and better value for every Albertan.

One province, one healthcare system: A decade of healthcare transformation in Alberta
The article highlights specific examples of how AHS is strengthening partnerships, standardizing best practices, and driving innovation, making Alberta a national and international leader in areas such as stroke care and potentially inappropriate use of antipsychotics in long-term care. View the article.

SCNs News & Tweets

 

Learn more about the work that we do and our successes, view the SCNs News and Tweets

About SCNs

What is a Strategic Clinical Network (SCN)?

To learn more, view the SCN quick facts.

Our SCN Family

Getting Involved

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Archives

SCN Projects

Addiction & Mental Health SCN

Bone & Joint Health SCN

Cancer SCN

Cardiovascular Health and Stroke SCN

Critical Care SCN

Diabetes, Obesity and Nutrition

Emergency SCN

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Kidney Health SCN

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Maternal Newborn Child & Youth SCN

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Neurosciences, Rehabilitation & Vision

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Population, Public & Indigenous Health SCN

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Respiratory Health SCN

Seniors Health SCN

Surgery SCN


Primary Health Care Integration Network

 

Research Projects

Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) is a partnership between Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions (AIHS) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) aimed at improving health outcomes for patients across Alberta.

Awarded PRIHS Grants 2014/15

Awarded PRIHS Grants 2013/14

Research & Innovation

Our Work

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