MSFHR Manager, Knowledge Translation, Geneveive Creighton, discusses MSFHR’s knowledge translation-informed approach to COVID-19, doing KT in a pandemic, and reflects on a KT success story.
MSFHR Senior Specialist, Strategy, Maija Tiesmaki, reflects on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected BC’s health research community, MSFHR’s response, and how we’re continuing to support BC health researchers.
Dr. Bev Holmes and Dr. Sharon Straus, a geriatrician in Ontario and Canada Research Chair in Knowledge Translation, discuss how Canada’s health research system has measured up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MSFHR’s Vice President, Research Dr. Chonnettia Jones, reflects on what success looks like for responsive and responsible research funding.
Dr. Bev Holmes writes about the need for funders to adapt to the current reality brought on by COVID-19, and welcomes MSFHR’S new Vice President, Research Dr. Chonnettia Jones, a leader with the expertise and background to help us navigate this new reality.
MSFHR’s Dr. Zena Sharman, Dr. Julia Langton, and Amanda Paleologou outline what our data tell us about gender equity in MSFHR’s funding programs, what we’ve been experimenting with, and how we’re moving forward.
In this issue of Forward Thinking, MSFHR’s President & CEO Dr. Bev Holmes iscusses the role of research in the health care system and what we can do to get further, faster with our efforts to integrate research and health care.
A new partnership opportunity is strengthening the evidence base for health research funding, enabling MSFHR to maximize the impact of our investments on behalf of British Columbians.
MSFHR’s Gayle Scarrow shares some of the lessons learned after a recent evaluation of our own KT activities and how those learnings will inform our work going forward.
Valerie To, director, Research Competitions discusses the evolution of our grant application processes from the early days of paper to today’s system and beyond.