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    What are your health research priorities? Share your opinion with the CIHR.

    Categories: Health Policy

    The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), a federally funded agency, is turning to Canadians in order to inform its health research priorities. The input received will guide discussions and inform their decision-making process. Deadline to participate : June 28, 2019.

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    Voices from the Field Podcasts

    Categories: Indigenous Health,NCCIH

    Welcome to Voices from the Field, a podcast series produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH), which focuses on innovative research and community-based initiatives promoting the health and well-being of First Nation, Inuit and Metis peoples in Canada.

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    2018/19 NCCIH Webinar Resources Now Online

    Categories: Indigenous Health,NCCIH,Webinars

    The NCCIH has increasingly been using webinars as knowledge translation resources. From occasional webinars held in previous years, the NCCIH is now offering, alone and in partnership with other organizations, several webinars annually as part of its webinar series. The 2018-19 NCCIH Webinar Resources are now online.

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    Exploring the determinants of syphilis in Indigenous women in Winnipeg

    Categories: Indigenous Health,NCCID,NCCIH

    Syphilis infection rates are increasing in Winnipeg, Manitoba and cases of infectious syphilis have more than doubled in 2018. While an ongoing syphilis outbreak in Canada has predominantly affected males who have sex with men, a new trend has also emerged with higher rates among heterosexual people. This shift has resulted in unprecedented cases of congenital syphilis within the province. These infections seem to be associated with inadequate housing and substance use (methamphetamine in particular). It’s also known that a disproportionate number of these women are Indigenous.

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    Call for applications - 2020 NCCPH KT Awards for Graduate Students

    Categories: NCCDH,NCCEH,NCCHPP,NCCID,NCCIH,NCCMT,Students

    The purpose of the National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCPH) Knowledge Translation Graduate Student Awards is to recognize the work of graduate students regarding knowledge translation in public health in Canada. Deadline for the 2020 KT Awards applications: January 17, 2020.

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