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Strategies for Social Accountability at the UBC Faculty of Medicine:

1. evaluate/assess the impact of innovations towards SA

2. increase in SA will depend on Faculty of Medicine's ability to show an impact from the innovation

3. clarify - help them understand if they are having the desired impact AND how to have a greater impact

4. tools for measurement would be powerful

5. there are likely reports being done by everyone in the faculty to different agencies - have these expressly reference SA principles and then report on those current and future efforts; Vince could then receive complete reporting each year by pulling SA content out of all those reports and compiling into an overall SA report

6. make it easy for them to do this reporting, not a burden

7. such reporting and analysis would help with creating much quicker feedback on their project and progam innovations

8. shortening the feedback increases/speeds the learning individually and institutionally about wjat SA is and how to do it

9. tighten, speed up and report on the plan-act-reflect cycle that links govt-academy-community

10. How much time can you remove from the "waiting for info" phase? No one has looked in the mirror on this question yet but this report will allow them to glance at each other

11. remove barriers and increase functionaslity of the system

12. Embrace and explore different meanings and manifestations of the "service" concept

13. profile and discuss how it enriches study and research

14. gather info from old forums and act as a node - summarize, integrate, synthesize

15. connect reps of the health care system with reps of the clients

16. make this program serve and support the work of the people doing the work; how can this new position help publicize, enhance, ramp up their work; be a solution not a problem; an asset not a critic

17. use an appreciative model - what are we doing well in this regard?

18. define the measures of success

19. strike a reference group to have input and watch progress

20. help all of the departments, schools and divisions to develop and use a common language that they will own

21. work with their passion and not against it

22. work with allies first; pick the low hanging fruit; create a critical mass; make them into us over time

23. load your experiments for success

24. find other allies on campus over time; have them as models and collaborators; debate their definitions and models of SA as a spur to the same debate in the medical school

25. have outside groups say the radical things not Vince; then the faculty will see CLISS as the solution

26. get the elders on board

27. establish set of manageable tasks and goals for the first 6 months

28. use multiple strategies and experiments and see what works

29. models/definitions/actions of SA from other medical schools

30. research the geralization of innovation process


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