References from relevant projects of the nearly 200 previous projects the Consultants have successfully completed are available on request.
Publicly Available Work
All of our work is carried out under confidentiality agreements and it is up to the purchaser to decide to release the reports. The following references are in the public domain.
2016 Census report: Saskatchewan’s northern population changes, 2011 to 2016. Horizon has prepared this analysis of the recent release of the 2016 Census population count for Northern Saskatchewan. We are sharing it with organizations and people we have worked with in Northern Saskatchewan. Feel free to use it, with credit to us. We hope you find it useful! And please let us know if you see anything that needs correction. Click this text link to see the report: Horizon Report North SK Pop Changes
Horizon consultants documented the community engagement process First Nations and Inuit Health Saskatchewan Region used to develop their 2014-19 strategic plan
Return on Saskatchewan’s Aboriginal Health Research Investment: 6 case studies prepared for the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, April 28, 2014
A Review of Needle Exchange Programs in Saskatchewan prepared for the Population Health Branch, Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, December 31, 2008
Evaluation of the Saskatchewan Acquired Brain Injury Partnership’s general services prepared for the ABI Partnership Advisory Committee, June 30, 2011
Publications to which Horizon contributed
Impacting Seniors’ Health: the value of aging-related research in Saskatchewan, released in 2017 by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation
Hader JM, White R, Lewis S, Foreman JL, McDonald PW, Thompson LG. Doctors’ views of clinical practice guidelines: a qualitative exploration using innovation theory. J Eval Clin Pract. 2007 Aug;13(4): 601-6.
Thompson LG, Davis PM. Best medical practices in social accountability and continuing professional development: a survey and literature review. J Interprof Care. 2008:22 Suppl 1:30-9.
Thompson, LG. Clear goals, solid evidence, integrated systems, realistic roles. HealthcarePapers 2000:4(1)60-66.