Services Integration and Collaboration

Gardner, S. (1989). Failure by Fragmentation. California Tomorrow.

Gardner, S. Still Fragmented, After All These Years. This article updates the original article entitled Failure by Fragmentation with more recent commentary.

Gardner, S. (January 2007). Time After Time: Reflections of Forty-plus Years of Collaboration and Service Integration. Presented at the National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts, Anaheim, CA.

Gardner, S. (January 2009). Using Venns to Widen the View: Seeing Problems Whole with Interoperational Data on Overlaps. Prepared for the Yale Conference on Interoperability, New Haven, CT.

Gardner, S. (January 2007). Beyond Fragmentation to Strategic Collaboration by Child Welfare, Treatment Agencies, and the Courts. Presented at the National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare and the Courts, Anaheim, CA.

Gardner, S. Collaboration 701: The Graduate Level

Gardner, S. (May 2006). Service Integration and Collaboration: In the Best Interests of the Systems? Presented at the American Humane Association Conference, Phoenix/Mesa, AZ

Gardner, S. (September 2005). The Call of the Categorical, or Where Did IPE Go? (Interprofessional Education)

Gardner, S. (1998). Beyond Collaboration to Results: Hard Choices In The Future of Services To Children And Families. Arizona Prevention Resource Center. (Currently being updated)

Gardner, S. (March 2000). County Collaboratives' Roles in Improving Outcomes for Children and Families. Presented at the Foundation Consortium’s Pilots to Policy Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Gardner, S. How to Tell if a Collaborative Meeting is a Waste of Time: The Four Clues.

Gardner, S. The Four Tools, Local Collaborative Self-Assessment of Capacity Survey.

Gardner, S. (1998). Lessons of Three Decades of Coordination Efforts.