Coordinated COVID-19 Research Activities and Initiatives across BC

BC’s health research community is collaborating to provide a coordinated, strategic approach to the COVID-19 pandemic that supports decision makers, patients, public and others.

This page serves as a resource identifying research efforts underway and planned, and supports participating organizations in communicating their work in the context of a coordinated provincial health research response.

If you are a researcher or researcher leader, you can help support BC’s coordinated research approach.

Help support BC’s coordinated health research response

Research activities and existing coordination efforts are led by a range of individuals and organizations, and serve as valuable components of BC’s coordinated research response. Leaders of initiatives are encouraged to review and add to the list, and further connect themselves to the provincial response through the following means:

Select COVID-19 research activities and initiatives in Canada

  • McMaster University
    • The COVID-19 Evidence Network to support Decision-making (COVID-END) provides resources to support decision-makers and researchers to find and use the best evidence that is already out there and to help reduce duplication in and better coordinate the evidence syntheses, technology assessment and guidelines being produced.
  • Government of Canada
    • CanCOVID is an expert network of Canadian COVID-19 researchers, clinical collaborators, and healthcare stakeholders from across the country. Canada’s Chief Science Officer mandated the creatin of CanCOVID to expedite communication and collaboration between the scientific, healthcare and policy communities during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research