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NS‑PIHCI Information Day
Learn about the Nova Scotia Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (NS-PIHCI) Network, part of CIHR’s Strategy for Patient Oriented Research. NS-PIHCI is a research network that will identify, support and scale-up innovative approaches to primary and integrated health care. Our goal is to bring together stakeholders working in research, policy and clinical backgrounds from within and outside of health care.
Join us in person or online on October 8 for information on joining NS-PIHCI and the benefits of membership, discussions of the primary health care research landscape, opportunities to discuss and develop research projects, and networking.
When: October 8, 2015 from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Where: North Magazine, Citadel Hill, Halifax OR online
The deadline to register is October 2. For more information, and to register, please contact:
Jessica Nowlan, NS-PIHCI Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
NS-PIHCI is funded by NSHRF and CIHR.
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