Canada invests $9.6M into embedding researchers into Canada’s health systems

The Government of Canada has invested $9.6M into the Health System Impact Embedded Early Career Researcher Award, which supports researchers working in health organizations across Canada. The funding supports 12 researchers focused on addressing health system priorities and building research capacity at their host organizations. Researchers will receive $800K over four years to study health-related topics such as autism research and policy, chronic pain management, and perinatal and neonatal health care. The researchers who have received funding hail from Dalhousie University, McMaster University, St Francis Xavier University, Université Laval, the University of Alberta, the University of Calgary, the University of Ottawa, the University of Toronto, and Western University .

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