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Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) V opportunity launches in May


PRIHS V COMPETITION SEMINAR

Come hear from Alberta Innovates and the Strategic Clinical Networks on what is new this cycle and how to prepare your application for success.

Presented by Alberta Innovates, Alberta Health Services and the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry.

Date: Tuesday, May 7
Time: 2–3 p.m.
Location: Classroom D (2F1.04), Walter Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre

The Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) V opportunity is looking to develop research and innovation activities that will contribute to achieving a sustainable health system in Alberta.

If you are interested in this opportunity, it is imperative that you connect with the Maternal, Newborn, Child & Youth (MNCY) Strategic Clinical Network (SCN) to ensure you align with its priorities as well as its Transformational Road Map. These priorities include:

  1. Develop, implement and evaluate innovative approaches to support obstetrical care and access for rural, and/or marginalized populations in Alberta

  2. Develop, implement and evaluate innovative approaches in care for Indigenous mothers, newborns, children and youth in Alberta

  3. Innovations to improve the care of Medically Complex Children and/or children with neurodevelopmental disorders in Alberta

  4. Innovations to improve the transition of children with chronic diseases from adolescent to adult care in Alberta

  5. Develop, implement and evaluate innovative approaches to optimize regional facility support for pediatric capacity in Alberta

  6. Develop, implement and evaluate innovative approaches in care for and prevention of substance use in pregnancy and implications for the newborn in Alberta

  7. Develop, implement and evaluate innovative Mental Health services for adolescents and young adults in Alberta

  8. Develop, implement and evaluate provincial pathways or other innovative approaches to care in Alberta:

  • pregnancy planning or preconception health

  • pregnancy, antenatal, prenatal health and care

  • intrapartum care

  • postpartum and newborn care

  • neonatal intensive care

  • child health

For more information on PRIHS V and the MNCY SCN priorities, contact Seija Kromm at Seija.Kromm@ahs.ca.

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