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The NSHRF’s REAL Change Intervention Workshop is an innovative learning program where participants will design a policy or practice change with the assistance of an expert in Knowledge Translation.

Registration fee is $50 (includes breakfast and lunch). Cost of travel and accommodations for those travelling outside of Halifax will also be covered.

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to identify an evaluation team to conduct a process and outcomes evaluation of the Early Years Centres. The evaluation will inform the Early Years Branch and the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation as they assess and refine the model. The overall purpose of the evaluation is to examine if the program model and implementation are having an impact on the objectives and outcomes as described in the program logic model and evaluation framework. An Evaluation Advisory Committee (EAC) has been established to support this evaluation project.

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has launched the eHealth Innovations Partnership Program (eHIPP), a collaborative funding opportunity designed to create a new generation of cost-effective patient and population-centered health care solutions.

eHIPP will focus on development of inter-sectoral collaboration between healthcare innovation communities (researchers, clinicians, patients and decision makers) and industry to help realize the value of existing innovations. The expectation is for collaborative teams (healthcare innovation community + industry) to address gaps and inefficiencies in the care of two priority populations.

The Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) Conference is a 2-day local meeting which addresses current issues in clinical and applied health research, highlights the work and work-in-progress of local researchers and provides an opportunity for networking among our academic and research colleagues from the IWK, Capital Health District Authority (CDHA) and Dalhousie University.

OneStart 2015, presented by Oxbridge Biotech, is the world’s largest life sciences and health care business plan accelerator program - welcoming ideas from across the spectrum: therapeutics, diagnostics, software, devices, research tools and more. OneStart welcomes ideas and businesses at all stages of development, from the very early to more mature. This program provides extensive mentoring and support to 70 teams each year (not just the winner). As a result, each year multiple entrants secure follow-on funding.