Research teams across Canada receive $12M for health care transitions research


14 research teams from postsecondary institutions and organizations across Canada will be receiving $12M in combined funding for projects on health care transitions. The funds will support interdisciplinary research teams that are working on projects related to patient transitions. The research teams will collaborate with health care providers, people with lived experience, caregivers, and decision-makers as part of their studies. Recipients include teams from Queen’s University, the University of Alberta, Western University, Bruyère Research Institute, McGill University, and the University of Calgary. The funding is provided by Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Azrieli Foundation, Mitacs, and the Rossy Foundation.

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