Community Allied Mobile Palliative Partnership (CAMPP)
Community Allied Mobile Palliative Partnership is uniquely positioned as an adaptive, interfacing and outreach-based service, to improve palliative & end of life experiences for persons with a life-limiting/threatening illness who are experiencing/at risk of homelessness.
CAMPP helps advocate for people experiencing homelessness and those vulnerably housed with terminal illness at end of life. We help those clients commonly experiencing structural vulnerabilities to navigate a complex healthcare system. In doing so we strive to enhance health equity in palliative care.
The Institute of Health Economics (IHE)
The Institute of Health Economics (IHE) is an Alberta-based non-profit research organization which conducts commissioned work in evidence synthesis, economic evaluation and policy engagement to support informed health system policy and investment decisions by public and private partners, provincially and nationally. The University of Calgary sits on the IHE Board along with key Alberta health system stakeholders.
The Network of Alberta Health Economists (NOAHE)
The Network of Alberta Health Economists (NOAHE) developed through a partnership with the Institute of Health Economics (Secretariat), Alberta Health, the University of Alberta, and the University of Calgary, seeking to 1) improve health economics capacity in Alberta and 2) improve collaboration between the users and producers of health economics evidence. It serves as a collective resource for decision-makers and a growing community of practice.