CRDCN Webinar

The Economic Impacts of the Quebec Parental Insurance Program

With Guy Lacroix
September 28 at 1PM EST

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 CRDCN Webinar

Health capacity to
work at older ages:
Evidence from Canada

Recording now available


The Canadian Foundation
for Innovation awards
$5.9 million to the CRDCN
from its Major Science
Initiatives Fund

CRDCN Webinar

The Canadian Community Health Survey: what’s new in the 2015 cycle?

With Andrew MacKenzie

Video recording now available!

Recent News

  • Postdoctoral fellowship opportunity

    Two postdoctoral fellowships in health policy and healthy public policies are presently offered as part of the Strategic Training Program in Transdisciplinary Health Policy Research led by McGill University and the INSPQ, and funded by the CIHR. Successful candidates will work under the joint supervision of Dr. Alain Poirier and that of one of the following professors: Daniel Weinstock, Amélie Quesnel-Vallée, Erin Strumpf, or Gilles Paradis. The fellowship is worth $70,000 for one year, starting September 2017. Interested researchers should submit a complete application as soon as possible, and no later than August 21, 4:30 pm.

    21 July 2017 - 10:14am |
  • Job opportunity as data manager analyst

    The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) is looking for a Data Manager Analyst. Among key responsibilities, candidate will have to design, develop, test and implement computer programs written in SAS for using complex research databases. Detailed job description and qualifications available here. The deadline to submit your application is July 28.

    17 July 2017 - 11:11am |
  • CRDCN researchers will have free access to Esri Canada’s GIS technology

    We are pleased to announce that Esri Canada will provide researchers in all RDCs free access to its ArcGIS technology. ArcGIS is a complete geographic information system (GIS) that delivers powerful geoprocessing tools enabling advanced spatial visualization of a broad array of data. It will allow researchers to conduct different types of analyses and to overlay various types of data on a digital map, including health, socio-demographic and household survey data, allowing them to quickly produce high-quality print and online maps to share research results with the public. Esri Canada’s pledge amounts to a donation of more than $5 million to the Network. Read the news release to learn more.

    13 July 2017 - 3:29pm |