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Presented at the 20th Annual Research Conference
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Session Number: 23 Room: Salon I
Presenting: Allison Pinto; Richard Puddy; Melissa Van Dyke; Frances Wallace
All Authors for this paper: Allison Pinto; Richard Puddy; Melissa Van Dyke; Frances Wallace
Presentation Type: topical discussion
Synopsis: Given that the complexity approach emphasizes emergence and self-organization, it is not possible to predict beforehand what participants will discuss in this session! The kinds of questions that might come up include: How can systems of care gather information about needs emerging Òjust beyond the horizonÓ in local communities? How can systems of care create facilitative conditions in communities, rather than creating rules and incentives to address problems by controlling ÒstakeholderÓ behavior? How can systems of care collect ongoing feedback to navigate continual development, rather than focusing on the measurement of end-point outcomes to establish success?
Date: Monday, March 5, 2007
Session Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM