Other Links and Networks
Genome BC Health Sector Strategy
Visit the Genome BC Health Sector Strategy.
Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH)Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) is an independent, not-for-profit agency funded by Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial governments to provide credible, impartial advice and evidence-based information about the effectiveness of drugs and other health technologies to Canadian health care decision makers. For further information contact Ann Vosilla, B.C. Liaison Officer.
The CADTH horizon scanning program identifies new and emerging health technologies likely to have a significant impact on health care in Canada. Learn more about the horizon scanning program. Read the Horizon Scan Roundup.
Health-evidence.ca Health-evidence.ca provides an online registry so practitioners and decision-makers can access the latest evidence-informed approaches quickly and easily. Health-evidence.ca reviews and categorizes research to facilitate effective policies, programs and interventions in health care across Canada.
Bridging the Gap: Knowledge Translation in Alberta The Knowledge Translation in Alberta casebook provides important research and practice-based accounts of knowledge translation in Alberta, the barriers faced, and keys to success.
InspireNet InspireNet: The Innovative Nursing Services & Practice Informed by Research and Evaluation Network (sponsored by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Services Research) is a network of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, educators and students working together to improve nursing health services.
Join InspireNet to keep up to date on fresh web content and to join the discussion and Action Teams.
BC Clinical Genomics Network (BCCGN) BCCGN was created to improve the infrastructure within BC so that the quality and quantity of genomics research in BC is improved. The Network helps BC clinicians gain access to state-of-the art technology platforms and experts in the analysis of genetic data.
For further information go to www.BCCGN.ca
READ Portal: Research, Evidence, and Analysis for Health Care Decision-makers The Centre for Health Care Management has created a new resource - READ: Research, Evidence and Analysis for Decision-makers - to help you keep up with evidence from peer-reviewed journals, the grey literature (reports from government, NGOs and other organizations), as well as commentary in the media.
National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) is one of six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health in Canada. The NCCMT provides leadership and expertise in evidence-informed decision making to Canadian public health organizations.