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Strive Health offers custom Project Management solutions, adhering to PMBOK® standards. We provide a range of services to meet your needs, from strategic guidance and project planning, to leading the development, implementation, evaluation and knowledge translation of a complex initiative.
- Service Excellence in all Project Management Process Groups
- Project Charter Development
- Detailed Project Planning/Scheduling
- Stakeholder Management
- Project Execution Support
- Impact Assessment
- Knowledge Translation
Community Advised Smoking Cessation Project: a Public Health Agency of Canada supported research project led by LungNSPEI aimed at understanding the unique needs and challenges of priority populations (2SLGBTQIA+, First Nations and Lower Income individuals) regarding the use of commercial tobacco and quitting smoking. Strive health supported protocol development, ethics submissions, creation of data collection tools including an online survey, led a series of focus group discussions, facilitated project meetings, etc. Currently supporting project closure activities.
IMPACT-AF, Integrated Management Program Advancing Community Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation: a multi-year, multi-million dollar research study testing the impact of a clinical decision support system with more than 200 primary care providers and 1,200 patients from across Nova Scotia. Strive Health provided project planning, management and knowledge translation support to leading researchers at Nova Scotia Health, Dalhousie and McMaster Universities from 2011 - 2021.
Health Care in Canada Survey: a unique national survey that has simultaneously and repeatedly sampled and reported on the public and professional perceptions around the outstanding issues and opportunities in Canadian health. Strive Health, in collaboration with CareNet, have provided project management and leadership support to the national organizational members on behalf of Merck Canada from 2011 - 2023.
ICONS, Improving Cardiovascular Outcomes in Nova Scotia: one of the largest and most successful population health demonstration projects in Canada. In 2002, ICONS transitioned to an operational program (Cardiovascular Health Nova Scotia) of the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness.