Associate Scientist Kunin-Lunenfeld Applied Research Unit, Baycrest
Philosopher in Residence Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Health Policy Management & Evaluation, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Adjunct Professor Desautels Faculty of Management , McGill University
Until 1987, Dr. Glouberman was at a McGill University teaching hospital where he experienced first-hand the struggles among various forces in health care. In 1987 he went to the King's Fund in London, England where he designed and led innovative programs in leadership development. He returned to Canada in 1992 and continues to work in both countries.
In Canada he has facilitated numerous open space conferences for between 60 and 600 participants. He has designed and led leadership development programs in public and private sector organizations. In the UK he provides consultation to major teaching hospitals and a cross section of the National Health Service. Dr. Glouberman has spoken widely in Europe, North America and Australia. His recent publications are in the areas of complex systems, health in cities, and health care reform. He is currently hard at work on the history of the concepts of health and illness.
Sholom's recent projects include: Development of the International Masters Program for Health Leadership at McGill University, the establishment of the Clinamen Collaboration, a mixed group of writers on health and complexity, work on Reconnecting to Care a project at Baycrest to bring care of patients back to basics. Sholom is also working on a narrative that links the patient's perspective on surgery with the medical record.
Sholom's work is currently located on the website for The Patients' Association of Canada (http://patientsassociation.ca/healthandeverything). If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact Dr. Glouberman’s office at (416) 785-2500 ext. 2150, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Title||Source (Journal/Book/Conference)||Authors/Presenters||Published On||Type|
|The grey zones of birth and death||Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice||Glouberman S||1293858000||Journal Article|
|Knowledge tranfer and the complex story of scurvy||Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice||Glouberman S||1241496000||Journal Article|
|Reconnecting to care: A nursing initiative at the Baycrest Geriatric Health System||Nursing Leadership||Glouberman S, Richards j, El Bestawi M, Seidman-Carlson R, Teperman L||1181102400||Journal Article|
|Beyond evidence: The complexity of maternity care||Birth||Enkin MW, Glouberman S, Groff P, Jadad AR, Stern A||1136091600||Journal Article|
|Entrenched health care practices and complex systems||Australian Health Review||Glouberman S, Enkin M, Groff P, Jadad A, Stern A||1136091600||Journal Article|
|Are virtual communities good for our health?||British Medical Journal||Jadad AR, Enkin MW, Glouberman S, Groff P, Stern A||1136091600||Journal Article|
|A framework for improving health in cities||Journal of Urban Health||Glouberman S, Gemar M, Campsie P, Miller G, Armstrong J, Newman C, Siotis A, Groff P||1136091600||Journal Article|
|A framework for improving health in cities: a discussion paper.||Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine||Glouberman S, Gemar M, Campsie P, Miller G, Armstrong J, Newman C, Siotis A, Groff P||1136091600||Journal Article|
|Complicated and complex systems: What would successful reform of Medicare look like?||Changing Health Care in Canada: Romanow Papers||Glouberman S, Zimmerman B||1072933200||Book Chapter|
|With Rachlis abandon||Canadian Medical Association Journal||Glouberman S||1072933200||Journal Article|
|Les risques associés à la déstabilisation des systemes complexes||Ruptures, revue transdisciplinaire en santé||Glouberman S||1041397200||Journal Article|
|The psychoanalytic implications of open space events||Journal of the Australian Institute of Socio-Analysis||Glouberman S||1041397200||Journal Article|
|Evolution of the determinants of health, health policy, and health information systems in Canada||American Journal of Public Health||Glouberman S, Millar J||1041397200||Journal Article|
|A legend in his own mind: a philosopher looks in the mirror||Literary Review of Canada||Honderich T, Glouberman S||1020225600||Journal Article|
|Towards a New Perspective on Health Policy||Canadian Policy Research Network||Glouberman S||978325200||Book Chapter|
|A new perspective on health policy for Social Democrats||What's Left? The New Democratic Party in Renewal||Glouberman S||978325200||Book Chapter|
|Walkerton water and complex adaptive systems||Healthcare Quarterly||Glouberman S||978325200||Journal Article|
|The King's garden||Canadian Medical Association Journal||Glouberman S||978325200||Journal Article|
|Managing the care of health and the cure of disease - Part I: Differentiation||Health Care Management Review||Glouberman S, Mintzberg H||978325200||Journal Article|
|Managing the care of health and the cure of disease - Part II: Integration||Health Care Management Review||Glouberman S, Mintzberg H||978325200||Journal Article|
|Towards a new perspective on Canadian Health Policy||Klaru Rounds||Glouberman S||974869200||Presentation|
|Beyond Restructuring||A Collection of Papers from a King's Fund International Seminar||Glouberman S||820472400||Book Chapter|
|New management structures at Sunnybrook Health Science Centre: identifying patient groupings.||Healthcare Management Forum||MacTavish M, Norton P, Glouberman S||788936400||Journal Article|
|Wholly Romanian empire.||Health Service Journal||Brazil R, Nicholson N, Glouberman S, Rathwell T, Enachescu D||725864400||Journal Article|
Sponsors: Government of Ontario, 200,000
Sponsors: Toronto Dominion Bank Scholars Program
Sponsors: York Central Hospital
Designed with Misha Glouberman
Sponsors: Association of Community Care Access Centres, Ontario
Sponsors: North York General Hospital
Sponsors: Champlain District Health Council
Sponsors: Wellesley Central Health Corporation, 100,000
Sponsors: Research Paper for Commission on the Future of Health Services in Canada
Sponsors: Research Paper for the Canadian Nursing Advisory Council, 20,000
The project traced the history and trajectory of health concepts, health policy development and implementation from the 1970s to 2000. It identified and articulated a framework for thinking about health and the future direction of health policy and tested it at venues across Canada and Europe to representatives of the entire health field. The project had multiple funding sources.
Westcare was a consortium of six community hospitals in West Toronto which planned a major restructuring of its hospitals. Facilitated an Open Space conference for 550 stakeholders including representatives of all six hospitals as well as community, government and the DHC to consider how to move the ideas forward.
To consider the future career paths of nurses in patient focused care hospitals and in primary and community care settings.
World Bank study to recommend reform of Romanian health care system. Led and managed a group of health care economists, management consultants and other finance experts to consider changes to Romanian system which is administered entirely by doctors.
Sponsors: King's Fund
Planned and led King's Fund think tanks with Henry Mintzberg to consider new ways of thinking about health care organizations. These meetings included doctors, managers, nurses and King's Fund Fellows. London, England.
Sponsors: Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal
Sponsors: CIHR, $1,597,016
2011 Culture of Cities Conference “The Complex History of Scurvy”2011 Canadian Infoway, “How Patients can Contribute to EHealth Initiatives”