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Congratulations to Dr. Robin Urquhart, Dalhousie University, for receiving funding from CIHR’s 2016-2017 Foundation Grant. NSHRF has been proud to support Robin since her time as a research trainee, and she was also the recipient of the Quest, The John Ruedy Award in 2010. Robin utilized NSHRF’s Pre-Submission Peer Review process in the Success Program to create her successful application.

“I know my application was greatly strengthened as a result (of the Success Program),” says Robin. “I am exceedingly thankful to NSHRF for facilitating this.”

Congratulations, Robin. Well deserved!

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Pride Week Lunch and Learn series on LGBTQ health issues on July 24 & 25.

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Each month, a clinical-research from the IWK Health Centre presents their research. This month, Dr. Andrea Bishop discusses the research being carried out around discharge communication from the Emergency Department. Learn more about the knowledge behind decision making required to provide the best care for patients and families. For questions, please contact: idr@iwk.nshealthca


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The Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at Dalhousie is currently seeking a graduate level trainee for a practicum placement working with a team to understand local barriers to evidence use in health policy making and to identify opportunities to increase the use of evidence in the NS Department of Health and Wellness.

For more information about this opportunity, click here

Application deadline: April 1st, 2017