The Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation (NAHRKT) department is a hub of innovation and excellence in interprofessional research and knowledge mobilization. Our aim is to drive evidence-informed improvements in healthcare, leading to better patient outcomes and enhanced system performance.

Our team, comprising skilled nurses and allied health professionals, brings unique perspectives shaped by extensive practice expertise. This diversity in thought and approach enriches our research, steering it towards addressing relevant and meaningful health-related problems. Positioned at the crucial nexus of science, practice, and policy, we maximize our impact by fostering collaboration between researchers and decision-makers to tackle complex health challenges effectively.

Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

At the Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation department, we uphold a commitment to fostering an environment where diversity and inclusivity are integral to advancing scientific inquiry and improving healthcare outcomes. We believe that a workforce diverse in race, gender, background, and thought is crucial to our mission. Therefore, we actively seek and warmly welcome candidates from a broad spectrum of identities and experiences, ensuring all employees have equal opportunities for professional growth. Our policies are designed to support an inclusive culture that encourages varied perspectives and equal advancement without regard to race, color, ancestry, place of origin, political belief, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, or any criminal conviction unrelated to employment.
 

Join us and contribute to shaping the future of healthcare through cutting-edge research and transformative knowledge translation.

Current Opportunities

Clinical Nurse Specialist

BC Cancer - Centre for the North

Join our collaborative and innovative provincial team of CNSs as we continue to transform and improve cancer care across BC. This regional role, based out of the Centre for the North, will focus on supporting clinical care and health system needs for people diagnosed with cancer through virtual nursing-led models of care.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist, BC Cancer - Centre for the North 

Clinical Nurse Specialist

BC Cancer - Kelowna

If you are passionate about cancer care and looking for an advanced practice role that directly contributes to improving patient outcomes, addressing specialized health and health system needs, and strengthening oncology nursing through clinical care, system leadership, advancement of nursing practice and evaluation and research we encourage you to apply to one of our center-based opportunities today!

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Clinical Nurse Specialist, BC Cancer - Kelowna

Clinical Nurse Specialist

BC Cancer - Surrey 

Join our collaborative and innovative provincial team of CNSs as we continue to transform and improve cancer care across BC. This regional role, based out of the Surrey Centre, will focus on supporting clinical care and health system needs for people diagnosed with cancer who are experiencing health and social inequities.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist, BC Cancer - Surrey

Clinical Nurse Specialist

BC Cancer - Victoria

BC Cancer is implementing a strategy to ensure the optimization, effectiveness, and long-term sustainability of Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) roles. Join our collaborative and innovative provincial team of CNSs as we continue to transform and improve cancer care across BC. This regional role is one of two positions available based out of BC Cancer - Victoria, and will focus on supporting clinical care and health system needs for people diagnosed with cancer.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist, BC Cancer - Victoria

Research Program Manager

Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation, BC Cancer - Various Locations

The Research Program Manager collaborates with and brings researchers and partners together and facilitates the research process by assisting with the articulation of research plans, performing background research, structuring proposals and budgets and ensuring timelines are met.  Major responsibilities include providing assistance in the recruitment process of research support personnel, the preparation of grant applications, facilitating collaborations between investigators, the preparation of ethical review applications, reviewing protocols and agreements for ethical integrity and accuracy and managing regulatory documentation around the study approval and renewal process as appropriate. 

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Research Program Manager, Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation - BC Cancer - Various Locations at PHSA

Clinical Nurse Specialist

BC Cancer - Abbotsford

BC Cancer is implementing a strategy to ensure the optimization, effectiveness, and long-term sustainability of Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) roles. These roles are essential for advancing health equity and delivering accessible, high-quality, specialized cancer care. Join our collaborative and innovative provincial team of CNS’s as we continue to transform and improve cancer care across BC. This regional role is based out of BC Cancer - Abbotsford, and will focus on palliative care for people diagnosed with cancer.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist, BC Cancer - Abbotsford

Research Methodologist, Nursing and Allied Health Research

Nursing and Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation, BC Cancer - Vancouver

Consistent with PHSA and BCCA policy and professional standards of practice, and under the direction of the Principal Investigator, the methodologist carries out epidemiologic, clinical, methodologic, and health service research activities in collaboration with health care professionals and other relevant stakeholders within the BCCA and as external partners.

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Research, Methodologist - Nursing & Allied Health Research and Knowledge Translation - BC Cancer - Vancouver at PHSA

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