HDRN Canada is recruiting young adults to join its …
Canada’s rich provincial, territorial, and pan-Canadian health and social data play an important role, from informing local decision-making to shaping globally-recognized research.
Bringing together health data centres, networks and initiatives to identify opportunities for collaboration and foster innovation.
Data stewards, clinicians, decision-makers, patients, and researchers who are international leaders in data systems, access governance and engagement.
By building on existing capacity through strong governance and effective decision-making processes.
To support knowledge creation and help researchers, policymakers and decision-makers make more effective use of data and expertise.
HDRN Canada is supported by CIHR’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) and by federal, provincial, and territorial partners.