Upcoming Application Deadline for new CRHESI Grant Streams

The application deadline for CRHESI’s two new funding streams is approaching on September 15, 2021. Learn more about the new funding opportunities:

Planning/Development Seed Grant: Support for emerging or established teams of academic and community partners in planning, developing and/or carrying out the initial stages of collaborative research.

Putting Knowledge Into Action – Pilot Grant: Closing the gap between knowledge and practice, by facilitating productive exchanges among community-based and academic partners.

Both grants are made possible through the generous support of the Arthur Labatt Family.

Stewardship of global collective behavior

Journal Club Discussion
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM ET
Location: TBD (based on pandemic restrictions)

» More details and registration

CRHESI, along with a cohort of research and knowledge exchange networks at Western University, is co-hosting a journal club discussion on the proposal that we should consider the science of collective human behavior a “crisis discipline.” Read the paper and RSVP for the discussion if you are interested.

Join us for a wide-ranging and interdisciplinary dialogue. The convening networks for this meeting include:

Indigenous health training is a journey, not a check-box

Learning to provide safe, culturally sensitive health care for Indigenous patients is a journey, not a check box. “[T]here is a clear need for systemic change within health care institutions to support staff participating in cultural safety training and to put that training into practice to create a culturally safe space for Indigenous individuals seeking health care.

» Read Western News’ overview of Lloy Wylie, PhD, and Stephanie McConkey, MPH ’15, MSc’18 research published in the International Journal of Indigenous Health