Through the formal establishment of Campus Alberta Health Outcomes and Public Health, participating partners seek to align creativity, expertise, educational programs, and research platforms toward the common goal of internationally-leading innovation in the domains of health outcomes and public health.
makeCalgary: is a community based research platform in the University of Calgary's Faculty of Environmental Design. makeCalgary has organized its research into four design criteria that define a great city: RESILIENT, HEALTHY, VIBRANT, and EQUITABLE.
The Urban Alliance is a research partnership between the City of Calgary and University of Calgary, created to encourage and co-ordinate the seamless transfer of cutting-edge research between the university and city.
The 2018 International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) Conference hosted the “2018 IPDLN Science Slam”, an opportunity for presenters to share their research to a diverse audience in an entertaining way.
Centre for Health Informatics brings together data assets to foster collaboration among investigators, support grant development, recruit faculty and students, develop cutting-edge analytics, and build capacity in data science and machine-learning.
The Patient and Community Engagement Research (PaCER) program, as part of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary and in partnership with Alberta Health Services through the Strategic Clinical Networks™, is committed to transforming the role of patients in health care and health culture through engagement research.