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.
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.
BRIC NS is looking for a citizen representative to sit on its Advisory Council.
Position: Citizen members will join the Advisory Council and will provide input and support to the council by providing a unique, citizen perspective.
Why is meaningful community engagement in research so important… and challenging?
We invite you to a “lunch and learn” on community engagement and research. Participants at this lunch and learn will have the opportunity to ask questions about the opportunities and challenges associates with community engagement in research and to discuss best practices.