2024 CADTH Call for Nominations

Visit https://www.cadth.ca/2024-call-nominations-expert-and-advisory-committees for full information and to submit your nominations. CADTH has opened its annual call for nominations for our expert and advisory committees. They are currently accepting applications from individuals with significant expertise working in various health care systems in Canada, who are interested in helping support health care (more…)

ARCC’s new Partnership with Current Oncology

We are excited to announce a new partnership with Current Oncology whereby ARCC members will receive author fee discounts when publishing in this important jounal. Please email karen.irwin@mdpi.com for more details. Current Oncology (ISSN 1718-7729) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal published online by MDPI (from Volume 28 Issue 1-2021). Established in 1994, (more…)

Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN) Student Training Program – Accepting Applications!

The Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN) Student Training Program is now accepting applications to the 2024 Drug Policy Student Training Program, which runs from January 2, 2024 to December 31, 2024. This program aims to engage with students to develop capacity in drug policy research in Ontario. Trainees involved (more…)

Survey: Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Priority Setting Partnership (PSP)

As a partner organization with the AYA Cancer Priority Setting Partnership (PSP), ARCC is happy to promote the launch of the initial national survey ! This is the first step in the James Lind Alliance process to establish the top 10 research priorities for AYA cancer. In this survey, they (more…)

Survey: Useful Tools for Cancer Screening/ Sondage: les types d’outils les plus utiles pour le dépistage du cancer

The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (Task Force) is seeking input from clinicians and members of the public on the types of tools that would be most useful in communicating the Task Force’s guideline recommendations on screening for various cancers. The Knowledge Translation team at St. Michael’s Hospital has developed a survey, (more…)
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CIHR Travel Awards – Institute Community Support

Click here for full details from CIHR These Awards provide travel funds to trainees, Early Career Researchers, or knowledge users in aid of research and knowledge translation activities consistent with the CIHR Initiative’s priorities or CIHR Institutes’ vision, mandate and strategic directions. Each participating Institute/Initiative has their own relevant Research (more…)

Common Sense Oncology

ARCC is pleased to help promote the recent launch of the Common Sense Oncology Movement About Common Sense Oncology Oncology needs a recalibrated approach that is more patient centred and prioritizes equitable cancer care. Our approach prioritizes patients’ needs, advocates for treatments that improve survival and quality-of-life, promotes informed decision (more…)

Call for Participants – HSR Methods Survey

Dear colleagues, We are writing to request your expertise in developing cancer treatment delay methodology by completing a short (~12 minute) electronic survey. This project has international support and focus. Evidence describing the association between the cancer diagnostic-treatment interval and survival is needed from diverse health system and country contexts (more…)

Call for Applications: Fall 2023 CIHR-ICR Early Career Researcher Workshop

Recognizing the unique challenges faced by early career researchers (ECRs), CIHR-ICR is pleased to announce its annual Early Career Researcher Workshop in partnership with the Canadian Cancer Research Alliance (CCRA), Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR), Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), and the Cancer Research Society (CRS). The workshop supports and promotes the (more…)

Cancer resources for 2SLGBTQI+ communities

ARCC is grateful for the excellent compilation of resources are available from the Canadian Cancer Society to support 2SLGBTQI+ – please visit https://cancer.ca/en/about-us/2slgbtqi for direct access. No one should face a cancer diagnosis alone or lack access to the information and care they need. But for members of 2SLGBTQI+ communities (more…)