Membership benefits include networking, Institute mentorship program, internal peer review, research infrastructure and knowledge translation platforms
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Better health and health care.
To produce evidence that informs health policy and practice.
The Institute's mission will be achieved by:
Development of the strategic and financial partnerships and relationships necessary to advance the Institute's mission and realize its vision.
Integration of the skills, resources and incentives of individuals and teams, to support timely, relevant and crosscutting research.
Evaluation, contextualization and communication of knowledge to accelerate the capture of benefits and inform subsequent rounds of research and knowledge translation.
By submitting a membership profile form, applicants agree to support the vision, mission and purpose of the Institute as outlined above and also agree that, as members, they will:
actively engage in Institute initiatives (e.g., trans-disciplinary research, knowledge translation and community engagement activities and all-members meetings of the Institute)
be willing to serve on Institute committees, including those providing internal peer review, mentorship and continuing professional development opportunities to Institute members and trainees
share relevant resources (e.g., scholarly contributions, data sets, education and training opportunities) in a timely manner with Institute members and teams
assist in raising awareness of the Institute and fostering its financial support
be responsive to media inquiries and other opportunities to contribute their expertise and views in public fora
acknowledge the Institute, where appropriate, in grant applications, publications, presentations and interviews
maintain and update their profile and contact details as necessary.
By submitting their membership form, applicants for membership, and existing members, confirm that they have read the privacy statement and that they:
approve the filing and storage of their personal information
approve the display on the Institute’s public website of their profile - name, degrees and designations, affiliations, photograph (if provided), research interests and program, including projects and publications
approve the inclusion in the Institute’s secure, contact relationship management (CRM) database of their profile (as described above) and contact details - telephone number, e-mail address, personal website address (if applicable) - to facilitate communication among members
approve the inclusion of their provided email address in the Institute email list.
Collection and use of personal information
The O’Brien Institute for Public Health is committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality and security of the personal information that it collects as a necessary part of conducting its business. New applicants for Institute membership, and existing members, are asked to consent that information may be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with applicable privacy legislation, as outlined in the Institute’s privacy statement.