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SPARC | Social Platform for Accelerating Resources and Connections

Exchange expertise, resources and funding opportunities

Identifying the right talent and resources is essential to any innovation. Use SPARC’s resource exchange to offer your expertise and skills, share resources you have and direct your colleagues to funding opportunities. In need of a Children’s colleague with a particular skill, a tool or supply or a funding source? Ask for it here! Think of the Re...


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Exchange expertise, resources and funding opportunities

Identifying the right talent and resources is essential to any innovation. Use SPARC’s resource exchange to offer your expertise and skills, share resources you have and direct your colleagues to funding opportunities. In need of a Children’s colleague with a particular skill, a tool or supply or a funding source? Ask for it here! Think of the Re...


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Get down to business in groups

Create or Join Groups on SPARC. Using groups allows a selected group of SPARC users to have focused discussions, collaborate on documents, share tasks, create events and share a calendar. You can create public or private groups.


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Guide to blogging on SPARC

Its time we all take our turn with the talking stick. Every SPARC user has the permission to blog about any appropriate topic. Existing blog topics range from leadership to innovation to technology to telehealth. Choose a category and browse blogs or write your own.


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MESSAGE FROM THE SPARC COMMUNITY MANAGER

Children's Social Platform for Accelerating Resources and Connections (SPARC) is our internal social networking platform. SPARC’s goal is to enhance communication and collaboration resulting in continued innovation of clinical products, processes and technologies. SPARC is brought to you by the Innovation Acceleration Program.  

For any questions please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

When it comes to internal communication, we know that one-way loudspeaker communication through formal channels is taking a back seat to the social, more personal and less structured chatter of conversation. I am here to help our community tap that chatter to accelerate innovation.

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