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Awards pave path to discovery for investigators+
Each year, Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute (VCHRI) promotes excellence in health research through the annual VCHRI Investigator Awards. These awards recognize outstanding health investigators and support their research efforts through peer-reviewed salary support awards. The awards provide an opportunity for investigators to reduce their clinical practice commitments and build their research capacity to expand the possibilities of improving health research. They are supported by VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation.
PhD student wins Awards from both CADTH and ISPOR+
Congratulations to William Hall for receiving awards from both the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technology in Health (CADTH) and ISPOR – the Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research.
The CADTH award recognizes promising students in the area of health economics, and invites them to showcase their research at the annual symposium. At the symposium, William presented his work on the cost-effectiveness of robots designed to reduce patient infections using ultra-violet light.
CADTH Recognition Awards Anniversary Medal Recipient - Stirling Bryan+
photo credit Cooper & O'Hara
Introduced in 2014 to commemorate CADTH’s 25th anniversary, the CADTH Anniversary Medal is awarded to individuals whose hard work and dedication have helped develop, support, and expand the use of HTA as a vital component of an effective health care system.
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Where are They Now? C2E2 Alumni Basia Rogula tells her story+
Basia Rogula completed a Master of Science in Statistics at UBC in 2016 and is currently a Senior Statistician at Broadstreet Health Economics and Outcomes Research. At Broadstreet, Basia aids in designing and conducting observational studies, and has had the opportunity to work on studies in a variety of fields of medicine including oncology, urology, and dermatology.
Dr. Jerilynn Prior awarded 2019 Aubrey J. Tingle Prize+
Created in honour of MSFHR’s founding president & CEO, the Aubrey J. Tingle Prize is awarded annually to a BC-based clinician scientist whose work in health research is internationally recognized and has had a significant impact on advancing research – and its implementation – to improve health and the health system in BC and globally.
Classroom learning in context—how does violence prevention education work on the ground?+
Health care workers face more violence on the job than any other public sector worker, including police and correctional officers. Despite a widely-implemented provincial violence prevention curriculum, injury rates over the past several years have remained stable and even risen in high-risk areas, including emergency rooms, mental health centres and residential care homes. To find out why, researchers are launching an evaluation of BC’s violence prevention education to better understand the challenges of applying classroom learning to the real world.
C2E2 research guides policy change in BC+
The B.C. government is improving access to deep brain stimulation (DBS) for people with Parkinson’s disease. DBS is a treatment option for those with Parkinson’s whose symptoms can no longer be controlled with medication.
The Ministry of Health has established a plan to address wait times for DBS. The province is increasing operating-room time for the treatments and also recruiting an additional qualified neurosurgeon with sufficient experience in primary insertions.
Where are They Now? C2E2 Alumni Jennifer Davis tells her story+
Dr. Davis is currently an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Management at UBC-O. Jennifer's research focuses on conducting economic evaluations alongside randomized controlled trials (i.e. cost-effectiveness and cost-utility analyses) in a variety of clinical settings where participants have mobility limitations (i.e. falls & fracture clinics) and various degrees of cognitive impairment.
C2E2 Rounds are presented Mondays from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm in room 700 of the VGH Research Pavilion, 828 West 10th Avenue, Vancouver, BC.
Apr 3, 2023 // Kate Salters