PHIRN: Population Health Improvement Research Network

PHIRN Expert Directory

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Expert Resources in Health Equity and Intervention Research Matters

Via an online, searchable directory of researchers interested in population health issues

The Population Health Improvement Research Network's Expert Directory (PHIRN-ED) is a searchable online database of key researchers, experts and decision-makers in Population Health in Ontario. The purpose of the directory is to better link expert resources in population health to a range of stakeholders to help build research capacity, inform health policy and share innovative ideas and research in health equity and intervention.

expert directoryKey Features

In addition to basic information about our key researchers, experts and decision makers in population health in Ontario, our searchable online directory provides member-specific features that allows our expert resources the flexibility to create their own profiles and choose how their information be displayed.
Members can choose how their information will be shared by choosing one of the following databases:

Partners (Public) Database:
A database for members who want their information shared publicly on the PHIRN website (i.e. anyone visiting the website can view this information) and view/access information from other members of the Partners (public) database.

Members (Private) Database:
A database for members who want to share their information with PHIRN members only.

PHIRN Membership Levels

PHIRN Membership is also composed of two levels:

Scientists- would be willing to lead a response to applied health questions and priorities identified by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term care and other public policy decision-makers and knowledge users.

Affiliates- potential to be a member of team responding to applied health questions and priorities identified by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and other public policy decision-makers and knowledge users.

View Open Partners Database
For more information please contact: Lisa Childs, Administrative Coordinator, Population Health Improvement Research Network, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 613-562-5800 x 8957

Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 August 2012 08:42 )  

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