From a highly competitive pool of applications, 52 exceptional health researchers have been selected to receive 2017 Scholar and Research Trainee Awards.
MSFHR KT Manager Dr. Gen Creighton discusses the ethical implications of photovoice, drawing on experiences from Man-Up Against Suicide, a research project to destigmatize men’s depression.
If you are a researcher, academic, policy-maker or health care practitioner who has grappled with, and found solutions to, the challenge of using evidence in policy-making, submit a Fuse conference abstract by November 20.
MSFHR award recipient Dr. Richard Sawatzky and team are studying the notion of ‘a palliative approach’ and how it can help embed the principles and practices of palliative care into the broader health care system.
Patient partner and research collaborator Colleen McGavin shares her perspectives on how researchers can support patient partners and enable them to share their expertise in a way that adds most value.
In any given year, 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health problem or illness. At MSFHR, we're proud to support the evaluation of mental health services in BC.
Applications are now open for MSFHR's Health Professional-Investigator (HP-I) competition. Health professionals who are interested in applying can review the 2018 competition instructions.