The Centre for Collaboration, Motivation & Innovation was founded in April 2012 as a non-profit organization in British Columbia, Canada.
In January 2014 CCMI became incorporated as a non-profit in the United States, and in 2016 CCMI was recognized as a 501(c)3 non-profit in the US.
We are guided by a board of volunteers who are passionate about helping people to make constructive behavioural changes.
Content Experts and Faculty
CCMI uses a governance tool called Holacracy to help organize our team. Holacracy is a method for structuring the organization with a clear way of defining roles and accountabilities and a structure for sharing that information across the team. The philosophy of Holacracy is that individuals and teams in organizations should be empowered to self manage their own work. This is different from a traditional hierarchy where roles are often governed “from above”. If you are interested in leaning more please reach out to us at email@example.com or check out some information on the Holacracy website: https://www.holacracy.org/what-is-holacracy
California Quality Collaborative
Partnering with Patients: Motivational Interviewing, Brief Action Planning and Shared Decision Making.
A 2 year effort to build capacity in support of primary care: learn more.
Selected Publications & Presentations
Gutnick D, Reims K, Davis C, Gainforth H, Jay M, Cole S. Brief Action Planning to facilitate behavior change and support for self-management. JCOM 2014;1:17-29. Download
Reims K, Gutnick D, Davis C, Cole S. Brief Action Planning: A White Paper. Download
Cole S, Davis C, Cole M, Gutnick D. Motivational interviewing and the patient-centered medical home: A strategic approach to self-management support in primary care (chapter) in Steidl J (ed.) Transforming patient engagement: Health information technology and the medical home. Patient-centered primary care collaborative, 2010.
Cole S, Gutnick D, Davis C, Cole M, Reims K. Brief Action Planning (BAP): A self-management support tool in Bickley L. Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 11th edition. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia 2013.
Cole S, Bogenshcutz M, Hungerford D. Motivational interviewing and psychiatry: Use in addiction treatment, risky drinking and routine practice. FOCUS 2011; 9:43-54.
Davis C, Gutnick D, Reims K. Motivational Interviewing for better partnerships. Institute for Healthcare Improvement International Summit, March 9, 2014.
Davis C, Brief Action Planning, American Pediatric Association, Hawaii, January 6th and 8th, Honolulu, HI.
Davis C, Brief Action Planning (1 day workshop), BETTER2 Prevention Study, September 17, 2013, Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Davis C, Domes A. Motivational Interviewing (2 day workshops) Alberta First Nations Home & Community Care, Edmonton, AB, June 2013.
Gutnick D, Cole S, Davis C, Reims K. Motivational interviewing for the busy clinician (workshop) American College of Physicians, San Francisco, CA, April 2013.
Davis C, Gutnick D, Reims K. Motivational Interviewing for Busy Clinicians (full day minicourse). International Summit on Office Practice and Outpatient Settings, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Glendale, AZ, April 2013.
Davis C (1.5 day workshop) Brief Action Planning & Motivational Interviewing: A Focus on Change. North West Local Health Integration Network, Thunder Bay, ON, March 2013.
Davis C and Godin L. (2 day workshops) Stepped-care Self-management Support, First Nations Inuit Health, Nanaimo and Kamloops, BC, September and October 2013. Davis C, Brief Action Planning (full day workshop). San Mateo County Total Wellness Project, San Mateo, CA, April 2012.
Davis C, Gutnick D, Motivational Interviewing for Busy Clinicians (full day minicourse). International Summit on Office Practice and Outpatient Settings, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Washington DC, March 2012.
Davis C. Stepped-care Self-management Support (1.5 day workshop). Pic River First Nation, ON, February 2012.
Davis C. Patient Self-management (full day workshop). Practice Support Program, General Practice Services Committee, Vancouver, BC, November 2011.
Gutnick D. Brief Action Planning for Motivation. WellMED, November 2011.
Cole S, Gutnick D, Davis C. Web-based, interactive self-directed program for learning Brief Action Planning. Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers Forum, Sheffield, UK September 2011.
Cole S. Grand Rounds. North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, June 2011.
Cole S. Grand Rounds. Hofstra University School of Medicine, June 2011.
Cole S, Gutnick D, Davis C. Motivational Interviewing for Behavior Change in the Medical Home (Full day minicourse). 12th Annual Summit on Primary Care Office Practice. Institute for Healthcare Improvement Minicourse, Dallas TX, March 2011.
Davis C. Motivating clients to be more involved in their care (Invited keynote) and Comprehensive Motivational Interventions (workshop). Home and Community Care Annual Conference, First Nations Inuit Health, Saskatoon, SK, November 2010.