O'Brien Institute for Public Health

Better health and health care

Vision

Better health and health care.

Mission

To produce evidence that informs health policy and practice.

Purpose

The Institute's mission will be achieved by:

Stakeholder engagement:

Development of the strategic and financial partnerships and relationships necessary to advance the Institute's mission and realize its vision.

Knowledge generation:

Integration of the skills, resources and incentives of individuals and teams, to support timely, relevant and crosscutting research.

Knowledge mobilization:

Evaluation, contextualization and communication of knowledge to accelerate the capture of benefits and inform subsequent rounds of research and knowledge translation.


Better health and health care

Global and immigrant health researchers

Who we are

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Why we're here

O'Brien Institute former scientific director Dr. William Ghali and Canadian ambassador to Qatar Adrian Norfolk

Where we work

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Collaboration in research

O’Brien Institute researchers have a critically important role in Canada’s public health, through our efforts to describe, design, and suggest improvements. We are truly interdisciplinary, encompassing more than 500 members with a range of academic and professional backgrounds, from research scientists and clinicians, to health system decision-makers and other health professionals. 

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Structure

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Core Team

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Executive Committee

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Strategic Advisory Board