Data Hackathon on Health Equity – Sign Up Today!

Check our this amazing opportunity sponsored by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. Health services researchers and analysts from across Canada are invited to participate in a data hackathon taking place on November 2, 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario. The hackathon, Unleashing the power of linked cancer data, will help expand knowledge of health (more…)

CADTH Health Economics Internship Program

Applications are being accepted until May 22, 2019 The CADTH Health Economics Internship program is a paid, full-time, one-year internship for recent graduates from a master’s or PhD program in economics or epidemiology. Successful recipients will work with CADTH’s Ottawa-based health economics team on projects to support important federal, provincial, (more…)

2019 Spring and Summer R Course Series (Toronto, ON)

The Biostatistics Research Unit (BRU) in partnership with the Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment (THETA) Collaborative will be hosting a series of short courses on R. R is a powerful and flexible software environment for statistical analysis and graphics. R is freely available, facilitating analysis and model transparency and reproducibility. (more…)

Join Canada’s cancer research community at the 2019 Canadian Cancer Research Conference!

Mark your calendars for the Canadian Cancer Research Conference taking place November 3 to 5, 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario. Hosted by the Canadian Cancer Research Alliance, this three-day event brings together researchers, clinicians, decision-makers, and trainees at all stages of their career. Abstract Submission for the 2019 CCRC will open (more…)

CADTH Call for Advisory and Expert Committee Nominations

CADTH has released a Call for Nominations for its advisory and expert committees. This is an exciting opportunity for those interested in supporting health care decision-makers to make informed choices about health technologies. The nomination process runs to Friday, April 26, 2019. We are seeking the following role to sit (more…)

Now Recruiting: Health Economist, Cancer Care Ontario

To Apply Click Here The Pharmacoeconomics Research Unit is a research team that supports Cancer Care Ontario with timely, high quality, and relevant information to inform drug funding decisions.  The Unit plays an important role in assisting policy-makers and implementers with their health economics needs by conducting, evaluating and explaining (more…)

PhD Opportunity: The use of Health Technology Assessment in publicly funded health systems

The Faculty of Health at Dalhousie University is inviting applications to consider entry into Dalhousie’s PhD Health program. This is an exciting opportunity to work with Dr. W. Dominika Wranik in the area of Health Technology Assessment, with particular focus on the application of HTA to policy questions in publicly (more…)

Funding Fair and Sustainable Cancer Programs and Services in British Columbia: A Deliberative Public Engagement

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Research Participation Wanted – Patients & Survivors of Colorectal Cancer

Please help ARCC Researcher Mary de Vera understand the information needs of patients and survivors of colorectal cancer if possible! Dr. Mary de Vera of the University of British Columbia is taking on the cancer she herself was treated for – read more about her story in the Globe and (more…)

CONNECT Study is recruiting patients and survivors of colorectal cancer

Share Your Voice! We are helping promote a research study conducted at the University of British Columbia by Dr. Mary De Vera, who is a survivor of colorectal cancer. Mary was awarded an ARCC Seed Grant in support of this work, and we are happy to see the project is (more…)