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Health networks - a success story in community-based management of heroin addiction in France: David Levi and Network GT69

Author: Lerer, Leonard ; D'Aunno, Thomas ; Rowell, NicholasINSEAD Area: Organisational BehaviourPublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 20 p.Type of document: INSEAD CaseNote: Latest version available via https://publishing.insead.eduAbstract: In 1981, David Levi opened a GP (primary healthcare) practice in one of the poorest suburbs of Lyon. Within three years, Levi and his colleague, Jean Mersault, had created a heath network - GT69 - whose long-term impact was felt both on professional practice and national health policy. This case describes the pioneering development of Network GT69 from its beginnings in work with individual drug addicts through to its tackling of the more complex requirements of the strategic implementation of urban health policy. The case charts the pioneering efforts of Levi and Mersault as the network systematically implements a research agenda in practice and looks to the future as it faces up to difficult choices. Is the network going to be able to continue to develop? Will it even survive?Pedagogical Objectives: Issues are: . Networked healthcare-The creation of community-based health structures Case studies . Building multi-disciplinary collaboration in health services . Social action and the role of health professionals . Evidence-based approaches to community-level health interventions . Defining and implementing Research methodologies in practice.
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Issues are:
. Networked healthcare-The creation of community-based health structures Case studies
. Building multi-disciplinary collaboration in health services
. Social action and the role of health professionals
. Evidence-based approaches to community-level health interventions
. Defining and implementing Research methodologies in practice.

In 1981, David Levi opened a GP (primary healthcare) practice in one of the poorest suburbs of Lyon. Within three years, Levi and his colleague, Jean Mersault, had created a heath network - GT69 - whose long-term impact was felt both on professional practice and national health policy. This case describes the pioneering development of Network GT69 from its beginnings in work with individual drug addicts through to its tackling of the more complex requirements of the strategic implementation of urban health policy. The case charts the pioneering efforts of Levi and Mersault as the network systematically implements a research agenda in practice and looks to the future as it faces up to difficult choices. Is the network going to be able to continue to develop? Will it even survive?

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