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Table 1 Key policy documents cited in the manuscripta

From: Advancing team-based primary health care: a comparative analysis of policies in western Canada

British Columbia
BC1: British Columbia Ministry of Health. (2007). Primary Health Care Charter: A Collaborative Approach. Victoria, BC: British Columbia Ministry of Health. http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/library/publications/year/2007/phc_charter.pdf
BC2: British Columbia Government, British Columbia Medical Association & Medical Services Commission (2012). Physician Master Agreement. Retrieved from: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/health/practitioner-pro/medical-services-plan/pma-2012-consolidated-amendment-7.pdf
BC3: British Columbia Ministry of Health. (2013). Health Professions Act. Victoria, BC: British Columbia Queen’s Printer. http://www.bclaws.ca/Recon/document/ID/freeside/00_96183_01
BC4: British Columbia Ministry of Health. (2011). Bill 10–2011 Nurse Practitioners Statutes Amendment Act. Victoria, BC: British Columbia Ministry of Health. https://www.leg.bc.ca/39th4th/3rd_read/gov10-3.htm
Alberta
AB1: Alberta Health. (2014). Alberta’s Primary Health Care Strategy. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Health. http://www.health.alberta.ca/documents/Primary-Health-Care-Strategy-2014.pdf
AB2: Alberta Health. (2013a). Family Care Clinic Reference Manual. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Health. https://open.alberta.ca/publications/6859089
AB3: Alberta Health. (2013b). Family Care Clinic Governance and Accountability Guidelines. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Health. https://open.alberta.ca/publications/family-care-clinic-governance-and-accountability-guidelines
AB4: Alberta Health and Wellness, Alberta Medical Association Alberta Health Services (2008). Primary Care Initiative Policy Manual 10.1. Edmonton: Alberta Health and Wellness. Available at: https://www.pcnpmo.ca/access/Documents/PCN%20Policy%20Manual.pdf
AB5: Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services (2010). Becoming the Best: Alberta’s 5-Year Health Action Plan. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Health. https://open.alberta.ca/publications/9780778582861
Saskatchewan
SK1: Saskatchewan Ministry of Health. (2012). Patient Centred Community Designed Team Delivered: A Framework for Achieving a High Performing Primary Health Care System in Saskatchewan. Regina, SK: Saskatchewan Ministry of Health. https://www.saskatchewan.ca/~/media/files/health/additional%20reports/other%20ministry%20plans%20and%20reports/primary%20health%20care.pdf
SK2: Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. (2008). Primary Health Care Strategic Plan 2008–2013. Regina, SK: Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region http://www.rqhealth.ca/programs/primary_healthcare/pdf_files/strategic_plan.pdf
SK3: Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. (2013). Strategy for Touchwood Primary Health Care Collaborative. Regina, SK: Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. http://www.rqhealth.ca/service-lines/master/files/rqhr_primary_care_strategy_touchwood.pdf
SK4: Government of Saskatchewan (2014). The Pharmacy and Pharmacy Disciplines Act. Chapter P-9.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 1996 (effective January 1, 1998). Regina: Queen’s Printer.
SK5: Government of Saskatchewan (2007) The Midwifery Act being Chapter M-14.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 1999 (effective February 23, 2007. Regina: Queen’s Printer.
  1. aFor a complete list of the policy documents we reviewed see Additional file 2