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In this issue of Spark, we attempt to demystify patient engagement by looking at some of the ways researchers, care providers, and even funding agencies are helping to put the patient voice to use for the benefit of all British Columbians.

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How the patient perspective is reshaping health

In this issue of Spark, we attempt to demystify patient engagement by looking at some of the ways researchers, care providers, and even funding agencies are helping to put the patient voice to use for the benefit of all British Columbians.

MSFHR is organizing on-site forums in each BC region to consult on the development of new funding programs.

In the upcoming issue of Spark, we attempt to demystify patient engagement by looking at some of the ways researchers, care providers, and even funding agencies are helping to put the patient voice to use for the benefit of all British Columbians.

Hydromorphone, an opioid painkiller, is an effective treatment for heroin addiction, according to new research led by MSFHR Scholar Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes.

Hydromorphone, an opioid painkiller, is an effective treatment for heroin addiction, according to new research led by MSFHR Scholar Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes.

Dr. Randy Gascoyne, winner of the 2016 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize

For 28 years, lymphoid cancer researcher Dr. Randy Gascoyne has drawn upon a formidable work ethic, valuable partnerships, and BC's world-leading cancer data resources to establish an international reputation for excellence.

MSFHR is committing $1.5M to support BC-based activities of three SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease

Researchers working to improve the health of Canadians living with chronic diseases received a major funding boost with the launch of five new national networks.