Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day
Join us June 5 at the Delta Hotel Toronto for Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day, a one day provincial meeting of researchers, policy makers, patients and clinicians interested in primary health care research.
For information on registration to attend visit the Trillium website.
Speakers for the day:
Distinguished Lecture -Featuring Dr. Rick Glazier CIHR Investments to Date: What we know, what we have learned
In his new role as Scientific Director of the CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research, Dr. Glazier will be setting the stage for where the Institute is coming from, where they are going. He will be looking for input on where they should be directing energies and resources going forward. To assist, 3 panelists will respond to his talk (including Dr. Moira Stewart), and address the question; How does CIHR/IHSPR best support primary care? Investments /tactics/ strategies. The session will conclude with a lengthy audience participation session engaging all in how to best move forward.
Martin Bass Lecture - Featuring Dr. Jennifer Walker Indigenous Data and Research
Jennifer holds a Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health at Laurentian University and is a Core Scientist and Indigenous Lead at ICES. She is a health services research and a member of the Six Nations of the Grand River. She holds appointments at the Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute, the Centre for Rural and Northern Health Research, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Her talk will focus on the use of Indigenous health and health services data.
Workshop 1: Pragmatic Trials Dr. Merrick Zwarenstein
Workshop 2: Sex and Gender Analysis Dr. Susan Phillips