The 2021 Convening & Collaborating and Reach award recipients are co-creating and disseminating research to increase its impact on health and care in British Columbia.
Dr. Amanda Slaunwhite is working towards changes to benefit people with mental health and substance use challenges in BC.
Funding is available to support knowledge translation activities for BC researchers. Application deadline is June 4, 2021.
With MSFHR funding, Dr. Lori Brotto is setting out to solve access to sexual disfunction treatment for BC women with a simple tool: a smartphone.
The 2020 C2 and Reach award recipients are co-creating and disseminating research to increase its impact on British Columbians.
By investing in and supporting health research, we are continuing to support British Columbians through the pandemic and our province’s economic recovery.
Eighteen 2019 Convening & Collaborating (C2) awards and eight 2019 Reach awards have been awarded to teams across BC. These awards are designed to foster collaboration between researchers and research users, support the co-development of research questions and the dissemination of research evidence.
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.
A team of researchers, research users and people with lived experience are using an MSFHR Convening & Collaborating award to evaluate the effectiveness of peer support for adults with Borderline Personality Disorder.
A team of BC Cancer researchers, with funding support from MSFHR, have uncovered the tricks the deadliest ovarian cancer uses to escape the immune system.