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A resource for PHSA's research community

Information and resources for researchers, research trainees and students, and research staff working at any of PHSA's research sites.

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ThinkstockPhotos-496918209 354-236.jpgMore than 300,000 Canadians enrolled in multi-decade research initiative to monitor disease trends

Over the past 10 years, more than 300,000 Canadians have volunteered to be part of a program that will track the development of cancers and chronic diseases in the population over several decades to better understand the risk factors.

Learn more about the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project.

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iStock_74272555_XLARGE - 354-236.jpgImproving care for kids with hard-to-treat cancer

BC Children’s Hospital has joined CureWorks, an international collaborative of leading academic children’s hospitals focused expanding clinical trials and accelerating the development of leading-edge immunotherapy treatments.

Learn more about this partnership.

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Presenting the BC Women’s Health Research Agenda

Presented by the Women's Health Research Institute, the BC Women's Health Research Agenda seeks to guide research and implementation innovations in women’s health, and see those innovations translated into health care practice and policy.

Read the Agenda to learn about key challenges, drivers and enablers to women’s health research and implementation efforts in BC.

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Administrative Updates

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Data management services for research expanded across PHSA<img alt="" src="/researcher/PublishingImages/ThinkstockPhotos-530567628-607x405.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Data management services for research expanded across PHSAREDCap is now available to users from across PHSA with support from BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute and PHSA Research & Academic Services.http://www.phsa.ca/researcher/research-making-a-difference/administrative-updates/data-management-services-for-research-expanded-across-phsa2018-05-24T07:00:00Z
New research misconduct policy and procedure<img alt="" src="/researcher/PublishingImages/ThinkstockPhotos-671298684-607x405.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />New research misconduct policy and procedureIn support of maintaining the highest ethical standards and integrity of our organization, the PHSA Board has approved a new research misconduct policy and procedure.http://www.phsa.ca/researcher/research-making-a-difference/administrative-updates/new-research-misconduct-policy-and-procedure2018-05-16T07:00:00Z
Conducting a survey? Use this template to help support privacy compliance.<img alt="" src="/researcher/PublishingImages/survey_story.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Conducting a survey? Use this template to help support privacy compliance.PHSA’s new Standard Survey Language template can help you meet privacy requirements and is now available for the vast majority of projects in which the survey is the only data collection tool.http://www.phsa.ca/researcher/research-making-a-difference/administrative-updates/conducting-a-survey-use-this-template-to-help-support-privacy-compliance2018-02-28T08:00:00Z

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Women's Health Research Institute at BC Women's

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

BC Women’s Hospital selected as the first Canadian site of an American research trial


BC Children's Hospital Research Institute


Women's Health Research Institute at BC Women's


Women's Health Research Institute at BC Women's


BC Centre for Disease Control Foundation


BC Children's Hospital Research Institute

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