CoR-PHC is proud to host Maret Flezien and Dr. Jack Westfall for this year’s installment of the Picchione Lecutrue Series: Research and the Future of Health Care.
Primary Health Care Research Day is hosted every year by Collaborative Research in Primary Health Care (CoR-PHC). We hope to see many BRIC NS members in attendance.
Members of the public joined some of Nova Scotia’s leading primary healthcare researchers to help set the direction for future initiatives in this vitally important area of health research. BRIC NS, Building Research for Integrated Primary Healthcare, hosted the citizen-engagement event in the community room of the Barrington Street Superstore in Halifax on April 26, 2017.
Do you have experience as a patient or caregiver? Do you want to be involved on a health research team or become an advisor? Join BRIC NS for a community open house on Wednesday, April 26 to find out more.
Fragmentation in Health Care of Children in Foster Care: A Primary Care Medical Home Model
It is well-recognized that children and youth in foster care are a vulnerable and marginalized population with complex health care needs. This presentation will discuss a primary care medical home model being piloted in the Preston communities near Halifax, NS.
Update and early findings from TRANSFORMATION: Patient PHC experience in NS, BC and ON
The TRANSFORMATION Study aims to improve both the science of primary care performance measurement and the ways those results are reported to practitioners, decision-makers, and the public to encourage improvement within the system.
If your EMR could talk back to you, what would you ask?
We want to involve you, as team members, in Primary Care Research! The Maritime Family Practice Research Network (MarNet-FP) holds data from sentinel physicians and nurse practitioners from both urban and rural environments. This electronic medical record (EMR) information can be used for research. This session is designed to introduce clinical users of the EMR to BRIC NS.
Building Bridges: Creating Sustainability in the Transitional Health Clinic for Refugees Through Planned Transitions to Community Providers
The Transitional Health Clinic for Refugees in Halifax, NS serves as a transitional Health Home for newly arrived refugees and claimants. This presentation will focus on the model and evaluation plan.
In collaboration with Primary Health Care, Nova Scotia Health Authority, BRIC NS has arranged for the Maritime SPOR Support Unit (MSSU) to offer the CIHR Foundations in Patient-Oriented Research Curriculum to interested BRIC NS network partners. The program is delivered to researchers, patients, clinicians, policymakers and healthcare decision makers to learn more about patient-oriented research and partnerships.