Professor Patricia Janssen
Professor Tim Oberlander
School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) researchers are part of 16 teams to have received 2017 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Reach (MSFHR) awards.
provide a maximum amount of $10,000 over 12 months for teams of researchers and research users to support the dissemination and effective uptake of research evidence, according to the MSFHR website.
Professor Patricia Janssen and postdoctoral-fellow Kathrin Stoll are co-leads of one of the winning teams, which includes project trainee and SPPH doctoral student Elizabeth Nethery. Their project is titled ‘Shaping practice to promote vaginal birth in BC.’
Assistant Professor Rachel Murphy
Professor Tim Oberlander and affiliated faculty member Barbara Mintzes are co-leads of a second winning team, with the project ‘Domperidone for breastfeeding: What does the evidence tell us?’
Assistant Professor Rachel Murphy is co-lead of a third winning team, with project trainee and Master of Public Health student Kaitlin McLaughlin. Their project is titled ‘Development of e-learning videos to facilitate uptake and reach of nutrition evidence as part of supportive care for prostate cancer patients across BC.’
Congratulations to all our award winners!
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