The Centre for Applied Health Research has officially moved to its new home. We are now located in the newly opened East Wing of St. Joseph's Hospital. Our phone number has also been updated to 807.343.2431 ext 2107.
The St. Joseph’s Care Group (SJCG) Award in Applied Health Research is available to a full-time graduate student at Lakehead University pursuing research related to the service areas of SJCG. The service areas are: addictions & mental health, rehabilitative care & chronic disease management, and seniors’ health. More information can be found at www.sjcg.net. The recipient of the award must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, and be residing in Thunder Bay during the tenure of the award. The recipient must be working with a supervisor who is a member of the Centre for Applied Health Research (CAHR) at SJCG. In addition, the recipient must not hold another major award/scholarship (valued at $15,000 or greater). The award is administered through the CAHR at SJCG and is valued at $13,000 from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.
Application documents are available by contacting Carrie Gibbons at email@example.com.
Deadline: June 15, 2018
Learn more about how the CAHR and its members made an impact in 2017.
October 24-26, 2018, Airline Hotel & Conference Centre, Thunder Bay
The Centre for Education and Research on Aging & Health (CERAH), Lakehead University, is pleased to announce a Call for Abstracts for the bi-annual Northwestern Ontario Palliative Care Conference.
No matter where people live or where they receive care, all Northwestern Ontarians deserve access to quality palliative care. The theme of this year’s conference is “Palliative Care for All: Striving for Equity.” Focusing on an equity-informed approach, participants will be presented with ideas for planning, coordinating, and delivering palliative care services in a way that considers the unique and diverse lived realities of those in our region. Innovative practices and research will be shared as we look for opportunities to address barriers and improve upon access, equity, and quality of palliative care for those living in Northwestern Ontario.
Organizers cordially invite you to participate in this event by submitting an abstract. Oral presentations, workshops, flash talks, and posters are welcomed.
Visit cerah.lakeheadu.ca/palliativecare/ for more information