As we start 2017 we are pleased to welcome returning and new partners, including our newest partner, Parkinson Society British Columbia.
KT Encounters blog: Chris McBride, executive director of Spinal Cord Injury BC, shares his perspectives on how to get community organizations to say yes to an integrated KT project.
MSFHR is pleased to kick off 2017 by announcing the recipients of the inaugural Convening & Collaborating Awards, designed to foster collaboration between researchers and research users in BC.
British Columbian researchers generate many potential treatments and cures that could improve health outcomes in BC and beyond. But the path from the lab to a market-ready product is long and fraught with challenges.
2016 was a milestone year for MSFHR. We celebrated 15 years of building health research capacity in BC and making a difference in the health research community and, ultimately, in the health of British Columbians.
BC's efforts to harmonize the health research ethics review process is having a positive impact on making BC a more attractive research environment. This is according to a Summative Evaluation of Phase II of the BC Ethics Harmonization Initiative.