Collective Impact Partnerships: The Data to Action Hourglass Model

Authors

  • Karen Monsen School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Diana Drake School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Wendy Looman School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Barbara Peterson School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Maria Ruud School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Sheila Smith School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Daniel Pesut School of Nursing, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24926/ijps.v9i1.4762

Keywords:

Equity, Partnership, Collaboration, Leadership, Safety, Quality

Abstract

Models are needed to guide positive health care and social transformation using real-world data, particularly in an era of data-driven science and accountability. We describe the Data-to-Action Hourglass Model, which synthesizes ideas of collective impact, partnership theory and practice, knowledge complexity, design justice, and systems thinking toward this goal. The Hourglass Model is an ecological (nested) perspective, placing knowledge management within the context of health at levels ranging from planetary to personal, and then using knowledge to inform collective action to influence policy. We offer in-depth commentary and resources to guide use of the Hourglass Model in research, education, and practice, and invite collaboration and discourse related to the model.

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Published

2022-05-24

How to Cite

Monsen, K., Drake, D. ., Looman, W., Peterson, B. ., Ruud, M., Smith, S., & Pesut, D. . (2022). Collective Impact Partnerships: The Data to Action Hourglass Model. Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, 9(1), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.24926/ijps.v9i1.4762

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