"KT Pathways is a free digital assessment and learning tool co-developed by MSFHR in partnership with academic and health system partners across BC, including BC-based health authorities, universities, research institutes, the BC SUPPORT Unit and BC Ministry of Health."
In this issue: MSFHR announces 2016 Scholar Award recipients; Learn how patients are reshaping health research in latest issue of Spark; Positive response to information forums on new funding programs; Unique network involves community in bipolar disease research
In this issue: MSFHR commits $1.5M to SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease; Hard work pays off for Aubrey J. Tingle Prize winner Randy Gascoyne; MSFHR-funded study highlights new treatment for heroin addiction; BC SUPPORT Unit launches new website; Consultation on funding programs moves forward; Career opportunity: Manager, External Relations & Marketing; New issue of "Spark" on patient engagement coming next week
In this issue: Summary document highlights new funding programs; Celebrating 15 years of advancing BC health research; Cancer researcher Dr. Randy Gascoyne wins Aubrey J. Tingle Prize; BC SUPPORT Unit joins Academic Health Science Network; Digital projects support seniors' care, youth mental health; Career opportunities with MSFHR's evaluation team; Going public to fight mental illness stigma
In this issue: New funding programs will bolster BC health research; Advancing First Nations health through collaboration; Morphine may impair premature babies' development; BC SUPPORT Unit hiring Scientific Director; Evaluation drives action on health research strategy
In this issue: Review process evolving to support new programs; Aubrey J. Tingle Prize through the years; "Blue sky" meeting on collaborative autism research; Partnership advances Alzheimer's research; BC SUPPORT Unit looks ahead to 2016 activities
In this issue: MSFHR receives $50M to boost BC health research; Interactive timeline: 2015 in review; 2016 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize nominations open; UK evaluation expert joins BC health research strategy team; Study aims to help systematic reviews inform policy decisions