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@WomensResearch: Exploring arts-based knowledge translation with the HIV Made Me Fabulous team

“Exploring arts-based knowledge translation with the HIV Made Me Fabulous team” features guests Dr. Angela Kaida (Film Co-Producer), Juno Roche (Film Writer and Narrator), and Edmond Kilpatrick (Film Director and Co-Producer), alongside host and team member Azra Bhanji.  Before listening to the podcast and reading this blog, we encourage you to watch the 10 minute […]

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Digital Health Week 2022

Looking for different ways to engage during Digital Health Week? Join us in celebrating Digital Health Week by attending events, listening to podcast episodes, sharing social media content, and learning from our resources! events Digital Health Week the PHSA For this year’s celebration, the PHSA Office of Virtual Health and Digital Health Strategy Office are […]

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Perinatal Research IMaging Evaluation (PRIME) Centre Research Award

Award amount: $11,250 Application Deadline: January 11, 2023 11PM PDT Anticipated Notice of Decision: February 10, 2023 Funding Start Date: February 13, 2023 The Women’s Health Research Institute (WHRI), in partnership with the BC Women’s Health Foundation, is pleased to announce the first PRIME Centre Research Award competition for the advancement of knowledge in maternal, […]

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Announcing the 2022 Graduate and Fellowship Research Award in Women’s Health recipients

The Women’s Health Research Institute (WHRI) is very pleased to congratulate the recipients of the 2022 Graduate and Fellowship Research Award in Women’s Health. This competition was supported thanks to the dedicated funding provided by the BC Ministry of Health, in partnership with the BC Women’s Health Foundation. The WHRI launched this award in 2020 […]

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REACH BC – Connecting Researchers with Study Participants

What is REACH BC? REACH BC is a publicly-funded online provincial platform that matches health research opportunities with potential study participants across BC. Members of the public are connected with health researchers for opportunities to participate in research studies and as patient partners to inform various stages of the research process.  Now part of Michael […]

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Michael Smith Health Research BC announces results of the 2022 C2 and Reach award competitions

Michael Smith Health Research BC has announced the results of its two knowledge translation competitions. Please join us in congratulating the recipients of the 2022 Convening and Collaborating (C2) and Reach awards! Convening and Collaborating Award A. Fuchsia Howard  Building partnerships for improving chronic pelvic pain care in gynecology: A needs assessment of health professionals-in-training Gina Ogilvie Defining a […]

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Michael Smith Health Research BC announces 2022 Scholars and Research Trainees

Please join us in congratulating the 2022 Health Research BC Research Trainees and Scholars! Click the project names below to learn more about their work. Research Trainees Tinike Dineen Scaling-up a community-based diabetes prevention program: A longitudinal matrixed multiple case study to examine implementation context Thais Carrilho   Defining optimal pregnancy weight gain ranges for […]

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CIHR announces the results of the 2022 Planning and Dissemination Grants competition

Convening a gynecologic cancer patient advisory group to adapt a digital health tool PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR(S) Lori Anne Brotto* AMOUNT $10,000 (1 yr 0 mth) Mind the Gap: Hormonal Contraceptives and the Brain PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR(S) Liisa A Galea** AMOUNT $10,000 (1 yr 0 mth) Mobilizing digital health to promote a balanced 24 hour activity profile in […]

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New app to support quality of life in bipolar disorder

Dr. Erin Michalak, Women’s Health Research Institute member and Network Co-Lead of CREST.BD (Collaborative RESearch Team to study psychosocial issues in Bipolar Disorder), is working with a team of researchers, people with lived experience, and healthcare providers on an innovative app called PolarUs.  PolarUs will enable people living with bipolar disorder to monitor their quality […]

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