Miracle Challenge is a 27-day wellness challenge that encourages you to achieve your fitness goals, while fundraising to support kids at BC Children’s Hospital. Starting Tuesday, September 1, participants who register will receive daily challenges and fitness tips from expert coaches.
Reminder: Take the C&W data access survey before Monday, August 31
A new initiative is being launched to help streamline access to secondary data. The “Data Access Project” aims to increase researchers’ ability to use the extensive C&W data held by Performance Measurement & Reporting (PMR), formerly known as Decision Support, at PHSA.
If you conduct academic or operations research such as grant-funded studies, evaluation or quality improvement projects, the project team wants to hear from you.
Please click here to complete an anonymous survey that will help inform the design of a more effective data access process. The survey takes under 3 minutes to complete. Responses will be collected until Monday, August 31, 2015.
Funding available to PHSA staff for healthy workplace initiatives
Do you want to play a role in making your workplace a healthier one? The Health Promotion Initiatives Fund (HPIF) program is returning for a fourth year at PHSA and applications are once again being accepted.
Are you a PHSA employee with a strong commitment to the environment? Bring your passion into the workplace as a PHSA Green+Leader! Join 250 staff volunteers who are committed to creating and fostering a culture of sustainability at PHSA and other health organizations across the Lower Mainland.
NeuroDevNet’s Sixth Annual Brain Development Conference will bring together researchers, clinicians, stakeholders and families with children affected by neurodevelopmental conditions. The themes of this year’s conference are sleep and movement.
Saturday, September 19, 2015 – Monday, September 21, 2015 | Delta Ottawa City Centre, Ottawa, ON
CFRI conducts discovery, translational and clinical research to benefit the health of children and their families. CFRI is supported by BC Children’s Hospital Foundation and works in close partnership with BC Children’s Hospital, the Provincial Health Services Authority and its agencies, and the University of British Columbia. For more information, visit www.cfri.ca.