e are a province-wide network linking population health researchers and community partners in order to improve the health of Ontarians and the sustainability of the health care system.
We were created with funds from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to support high-quality applied population health research that addresses complex issues that affect health and health equity using a collaborative approach and to promote the production and dissemination of new knowledge, best practices and policies.
The Population Health Improvement Research Network (PHIRN) is looking for researchers in Ontario interested in being part of a province-wide network dedicated to providing evidence-based advice to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care (MOHLTC) as well as participating collaboratively with PHIRN researchers across Ontario. This Program is funded by the MOHLTC under the umbrella of the Applied Health Research Network Initiative (AHRNI).
The goal of this network is to enhance capacity in population health research in Ontario and to have researchers available to respond to MOHLTC priorities, to share research ideas and innovations, and to integrate the PHIRN research being conducted and planned for the future.
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