On May 9, MSFHR and the BC SUPPORT Unit hosted the first ever Health xChange, an evening of PechaKucha and networking. Here are just a few highlights from the speakers' presentations.

KT Encounters blog: UBC graduate student Natasha Kolida speaks about bridging the gap between researchers and those with lived experience.

KT Encounters blog: Dr. Olivier Ferlatte discusses how he uses intersectionality to improve his community-based research with gay and bisexual men.

KT Encounters blog: Carla Hilario shares her experiences working on a participatory video research project with immigrant and refugee young men.

MSFHR’s Valerie To and Zena Sharman discuss the latest developments in peer review and MSFHR’s commitment to meeting the highest scientific standards.

MSFHR's Dr. Les Grad reflects on the 2017 Future of Research Symposium, what he learned and how MSFHR is working to support early-career health researchers in BC.

KT Encounters blog: Dr. Cindy Holmes shares her experiences working on an iKT research project with a community that experiences social exclusion and discrimination.