On November 3, 2016, The Honourable Leo Glavine, Minister of Health and Wellness, tabled the 2015/2016 NSHRF Annual Report: Resilience. Read the Annual Report...
NSHRF Success Program
The Success Program has been developed to help Nova Scotian investigators succeed at peer reviewed funding competitions and in their career, using all available resources to build a successful program of research. The Success Program has been designed to build skills, make connections and provide support through the following initiatives, each requiring various levels of commitment and time. Read more...
#ResearchersMatter: Dr. Derek Rutherford
More than 4.6 million Canadian adults report having arthritis –with approximately 1 in 10 people diagnosed with osteoarthritis, a debilitating joint condition which is one of the most prevalent chronic health conditions in the country and a leading cause of disability. Although so many Canadians are affected by this condition, there is a lack of knowledge existing on the proper treatment. Read more...
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NSHRF is pleased to announce that it has been named one of Nova Scotia’s Top Employers in 2017. Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers using the same eight criteria as the national competition:
Congratulations to Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard on her appointment to the Canadian Senate. Dr. Bernard is a member of NSHRF’s Decade Club, which recognizes individuals, whose support and contributions over a 10 year period have helped to establish the NSHRF as a leading health research foundation.
ACCESS Open Minds provides a unique opportunity for trainees to pursue research within the context of an innovative, multi-stakeholder network, specialized in youth mental health service transformation and evaluation.