In total, 119 trainees completed a survey seeking to understand the direct and indirect impacts of
Amid growing global concerns around COVID-19, the Women’s Health Research Institute (WHRI) has elected to take measures to help protect the health and well-being of staff, and the vulnerable patients seeking care on the C&W campus.
Read on for the latest updates for our community.
Join the WHRI Community
At WHRI, we support individuals involved in women’s health research by setting them up for success.
We aim to strengthen and expand the current network of women’s health researchers, both locally and internationally, by promoting and facilitating meaningful collaborations.
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
- Research Support Infrastructure
- Research Services
- Networking and Mentorship Opportunities
- Knowledge Translation Support
- Education and Training
Find a Researcher
The WHRI supports a community of over 260 investigators.
Search through our database to learn more about our members and their research. Connect with women’s health researchers at home and abroad.
Resources for Researchers
We offer quality support across the spectrum of the research process, including access to laboratory facilities, database building, and assistance with protocol development.
Find out more about the resources we offer our members.
WHRI News & Events
Around 14,500 women live with HIV in Canada, and delivering holistic integrated care that responds
Calling all physicians, specialists, allied health, clinical operations leads, and other clinicians!
Dr. Hilary Robertson (ME|FM Society of BC) and Dr. Luis Nacul (BC Women’s Hospital’s Complex
Congratulations to the recipients of the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research’s (MSFHR) COVID-19 Research
Since the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in December 2019, it has swept across