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.
Maija Tiesmaki reflects on how research career pathways are changing and shares three emerging themes from the health research community.
Zena Sharman and Julia Langton discuss how best to connect strategy and evaluation to help plot a course, define what success looks like, and track our progress and learn along the way.
Lori Last and Amy Noise introduce the science of storytelling and how to apply the principles of storytelling to demonstrate the value of health research and health research funding.
Public and patient engagement in health care, policy and research is key to driving health system transformation, and ultimately, better health outcomes, but what is a health funder’s role?
MSFHR is implementing gender neutral peer review processes, starting with 2019 Research Trainee (now open for applications) and 2019 Scholar competitions.
MSFHR’s Dr. Julia Langton provides an overview of how we approach research impact assessment at the Foundation, and the tools in our assessment toolbox.
MSFHR’s Dr. Les Grad provides a window into how we design, develop and evaluate our programs to ensure they achieve their goals and realize their desired impact.
In this installment of our Forward Thinking blog, Bev Holmes talks KT strategy and evaluation, and challenges funders to take a look at their KT activities for maximum impact.
MSFHR’s Gayle Scarrow explores how a funder can contribute to the science of KT.