CHÉOS is a multidisciplinary health research centre founded to pursue excellence in research through the rigorous evaluation, interpretation and dissemination of health outcomes information.

Established in 1998, the Centre is jointly affiliated with the Providence Health Care Research Institute (PHCRI) and the University of British Columbia (UBC) Faculty of Medicine, and is located in a teaching and research hospital in the heart of Vancouver, Canada.

Funding interests

Award types

Scholar,
Research Trainee,
Health Professional-Investigator

 


 

Research interests

  • youth mental health
  • substance use
  • health services and policy research
  • pharmacoeconomics/pharmacoeconomic evaluation
  • chronic disease management
  • health equity
  • health technology assessment
  • Indigenous health
  • machine learning
  • cardiovascular health research
  • emergency medicine

Research location/affiliation: Providence Health Care/Providence Health Care Research Institute/St. Paul’s Hospital/CHÉOS

Awards

2019

Recipient

Sarah Munro

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Implementation of Shared Decision Making to Improve Person- and Family-Centred Care

2018

Recipient

Anne M Gadermann

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Mental health trajectories of immigrant and refugee children: An ecological population-based approach


Award type

Scholar award


Project title

A causal inference framework for analyzing large administrative healthcare databases with a focus on multiple sclerosis

2017

Recipient

Mark Harrison

Award type

Scholar award


Project title

Incentivizing the delivery of sustainable care of chronic diseases in Canada: Case studies in musculoskeletal disease