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The REAL Impact Fellowship is a three-year, full-time paid position aimed at providing an alternate career path for Post-doctoral Fellows. The Fellow will be in a position to develop and use applied research and analytical skills with a particular focus on advanced analytics. To learn more about Fellowship, click here.

BRIC NS is looking for a citizen representative to sit on its Advisory Council.

Position: Citizen members will join the Advisory Council and will provide input and support to the council by providing a unique, citizen perspective.

 

They are looking for one (1) Nova Scotia resident with one or more of the following:

The CSPC has become Canada’s most comprehensive, multi-sectorial and multi-disciplinary annual science policy forum and attracted numerous politicians and hundreds of professionals from industry, academia, the non-profit sector, federal and provincial governments every year. The conference has traveled across Canada: Toronto (2009), Montreal (2010), Ottawa (2011), Calgary (2012), Toronto (2013), Halifax (2014), Ottawa in (2015) and returns to Ottawa in 2016. For more information, themes, and registration, visit: www.cspc2016.ca

Each year the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences hosts an annual Forum to explore a critical health issue in Canada that has high policy significance and to which science is currently/or can make significant contributions. The theme of the 2016 forum is: Solutions to Inequities in Indigenous Health: What Works and Why?