Entries by katerina.pagura@cancercare.on.ca

Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Population and Public Health

CIHR’s Institute of Population and Public Health (IPPH) supports research focused on the health of populations, societal and cultural dimensions of health, and environmental influences on health. It interacts externally with researchers, Public Health Agencies, and other stakeholders, to foster the development of population and public health research in Canada, (more…)

Positions available with the Ontario Breast Screening Program at Cancer Care Ontario

The Cancer Screening Program is part of the Prevention and Cancer Control (P&CC) Portfolio at Cancer Care Ontario (CCO). P&CC brings together cancer prevention, screening, surveillance and research into a single organizational entity, while Cancer Screening focuses specifically on the delivery of Ontario’s three cancer screening programs: ColonCancerCheck (CCC), the (more…)

Cancer Care Ontario E-Learning

Cancer Care Ontario’s e-learning site offers a variety of online resources for continuing professional development to primary care providers—all are free of charge and accessible anytime, from anywhere. Resources include publications and guideline summaries, along with accredited, self-directed, online courses that will earn you continuing professional development credits and a (more…)

CCSRI Innovation Grants – Step 1 (declare intent) Deadline Feb. 15

Program description Innovation Grants have been created to support innovative, creative problem solving in cancer research. As competition for grant funding increases, peer review panels become more conservative and risk averse, emphasizing feasibility more than innovation. The goal of this CCSRI grant program is to support unconventional concepts, approaches or (more…)

K* Scholarships 2016 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

Call for Applications Applications for up to eight K* scholarships are now being solicited from Canadian research trainees and early career professionals who are attending the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum. Preference will be given to individuals presenting a poster or oral presentation. These scholarships, valued at $500 each, will be (more…)