Bringing together provincial, territorial and pan-Canadian health data centres, networks and initiatives.
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.
With data, we can begin to address some of the big health and social challenges facing our country. We can better understand the nature of a problem, find its causes, and figure out how to fix it.
HDRN Canada Pragmatic Trials Training Program focuses on real world data to improve health systems
Data Access Support Hub can assist researchers submitting CIHR Spring Project Grant applications
HDRN Canada has launched a new resource page with information and updates on resources and supports for COVID-19-related multi-jurisdictional research.
Our Member Organizations
Coming together to share expertise identify opportunities for collaboration foster innovation
HDRN Canada is supported by CIHR’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) and by federal, provincial, and territorial partners.