When health systems listen to and act on patients’ needs, they deliver better care. That’s why five organizations are collaborating to prioritize the needs of BC’s patients and caregivers in health research, with patient voices leading the way.
BC SUPPORT Unit team members gathered in Vancouver on June 28 and 29 from all parts of the province.
Clinical Trials Fund will lead to improved treatments for all Canadians.
Health research in British Columbia will receive continued support from a scientific director focused on patient experiences and improving health systems.
For our inaugural Q&A, we bring you Heather Fudge, a retired clinical nurse specialist who has had a fascinating 45-year career in health care.
Continue reading “Research Ethics Spotlight: Heather Fudge”
CIHR provides this pre-announcement of the Clinical Trials Fund (CTF). Continue reading “Clinical Trials Fund: notice of upcoming funding opportunities”
Namaste Marsden and Angie Bain are advocates of sharing knowledge about cultural safety and humility. Continue reading “Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Workshop: A safe place to question, learn and unlearn together”
Health Canada is reducing the retention period for clinical trial records for drugs and natural health products from 25 years to 15 years.
Continue reading “Health Canada: Period Reduced for Keeping Clinical Trial Records”
Announcing Michael Smith Health Research BC 2022 suite of research competitions.
The important work of Indigenous cultural safety and humility has come to the forefront of discussions within the research ethics community. Continue reading “REBC collaborates with Indigenous artist to create artwork for the 2022 Cultural Safety and Humility Workshop”