Applications are now open for MSFHR’s Health Policy Fellowship, a salary award highly-qualified trainees at the post-doctoral level who want to contribute their research expertise to BC health policy development.

On May 9, MSFHR and the BC SUPPORT Unit are hosting Health xChange, a PechaKucha event for health researchers and practitioners interested in KT. Deadline for presenter applications is March 1.

Applications are now open for MSFHR’s new Innovation to Commercialization (I2C) Awards. Each I2C award will support BC health researchers advancing discoveries or inventions towards commercialization.

KT Encounters blog: Bev Holmes and Allan Best propose six interdependent actions for maximising knowledge mobilization in complex systems such as health care. Originally published on Integration and Implementation Insights.


MSFHR is providing funding support for the Emergency Department Opioid Overdose Treatment Study to help address the gap in knowledge about optimal dosing of naxolone.

Healthcare professionals joined in a network

In 2008, MSFHR established the BC Nursing Research Initiative to support nursing workforce research in BC. BCNRI has had many success stories, including the development of InspireNet, a virtual platform connecting those active in health services research.