Projects Overview

Alberta SPOR PIHCIN is involving in six ongoing projects:

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SPOR PIHCIN - 2017 PROGRAMMATIC GRANT

Aging, Community and Health Research Unit Community Partnership Program for Diabetes Self-Management for Older Adults - Canada

 

 Image credit - University of Toronto

Image credit - University of Toronto

SPOR PIHCIN - 2016 KNOWLEDGE SYNTHESIS GRANT

Evaluating the comparative effectiveness of geriatrician-led models of care for improving patient and healthcare system outcomes: A systematic review and network meta-analysis

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SPOR PIHCIN - 2017 PROGRAMMATIC GRANT

SPIDER-NET, A Structured Process Informed by Data, Evidence and Research-Network: An approach to support primary care practices in optimizing the management of patients with complex needs

 Image credit - University of Lethbridge

Image credit - University of Lethbridge

SPOR PIHCIN - 2016 KNOWLEDGE SYNTHESIS GRANT

Building Wellness and Resilience in Multi-Generational Indigenous Households: A Scoping Review

 Image credit - University of Toronto

Image credit - University of Toronto

SPOR PIHCIN - 2016 COMPARATIVE PROGRAM AND POLICY ANALYSIS GRANT

Policies and Program Innovations that Connect Primary Health Care to Social, Community and Public Health Services in Canada: A Comparative Policy Analysis

 Image credit - University of British Columbia

Image credit - University of British Columbia

SPOR PIHCIN - 2016 QUICK STRIKE GRANT

Validation of Administrative and Primary Care Electronic Medical Record Derived Frailty Algorithms

 

 Image credit - University of Calgary

Image credit - University of Calgary

 Image credit - University of Alberta

Image credit - University of Alberta

 

SPOR PIHCIN - 2015 QUICK STRIKE GRANT

Characterizing high system use across the primary-tertiary care continuum: parallel analyses of select Canadian health datasets

SPOR PIHCIN - 2015 QUICK STRIKE GRANT

Improving care and outcomes of patients with chronic kidney disease managed in primary care

 

 

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