Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation

Our Focus

The Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation department promotes innovation and excellence in interprofessional research and knowledge mobilization to drive evidence-informed improvements in care, better patient outcomes and increased system performance.

Nurses and allied health professionals bring distinct perspectives informed by practice expertise and an approach to research that guides knowledge generation toward relevant and meaningful problems. Our team operates at the intersection of science, practice and policy. This is where we can have the most impact and ensure researchers and decision-makers work together to identify and tackle complex health-related challenges.

News & Events

Dec 16, 2021

BC Cancer dietitian receives Michael Smith Health Professional-Investigator (HP-I) award to lead research on intermittent fasting in cancer

Congratulations to Eleah Stringer for receiving a MSHRBC Health Professional-Investigator award. HP-I awards support health professionals who are actively involved in patient care to conduct and apply research relevant to the health system to improve health outcomes in B.C. and beyond.

Join the 2022 Practice-based Research Challenge

​​​​Do you have a question inspired by your clinical practice? Do you want to learn more about the research process? Then the Research Challenge is for you!

BC Cancer Nurse Practitioner Amber Bourgeois awarded prestigious Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Health System Impact Fellowship (HSIF)

Embedding nursing research capacity across the province – BC Cancer Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation to host CIHR Health System Impact Fellow Amber Bourgeois

BC Cancer Practice-based Research Challenge announces funding for five teams

The Practice-based Research Challenge bridges the gap between clinical practice and research by empowering point-of-care interprofessional clinical teams to identify challenging clinical issues and find evidence-based answers through research.

Recent Publications

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