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Are you interested in health research? Let’s talk!

Lets talk health research bannerThe BC Health Research Connection Project invites you to a community dialogue on health research. Registration is free.

You’re invited to a community dialogue on health research to discuss the development of a new provincial program that will help connect people like you to research opportunities. Below are the details for the event:

Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Time: 5:45pm-8:00pm
Location:
Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre (Auditorium)
990 West 59th Avenue,
Vancouver
Registration: Free, click here. Please register by June 23.
*Refreshments will be served.

Whether you are healthy, sick, young or old, you can help by volunteering to participate in research in a variety of ways.

Come and share your ideas and tell us:

  • Why is health research important to you?
  • How can we keep you informed of research opportunities?

For additional information, contact:
Stefanie Cheah, Project Manager at Stefanie.cheah@vch.ca or 604-875-4111 (Ext. 22781)

The event is hosted by the BC Health Research Connection Project, which is led by Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute in collaboration with health authorities, research institutes and universities across BC. Cheryl Koehn, Founder and President of Arthritis Consumer Experts, is a member of the research team.

Looking for champions in the Canadian arthritis community

Qualman-Davies LogoLast call for Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Friday, August 26 is the deadline to nominate an outstanding leader for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award in honour of Canada’s earliest pioneers in arthritis advocacy - Ann Qualman and Jim Davies – whose efforts contributed to the well-being and future of millions of Canadians.

Support the people that are making a difference in Canada by nominating an individual for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

To submit a nomination, please follow the four steps listed below.

  1. Obtain the prospective nominee’s consent to be nominated prior to submitting this form.
  2. Click here for the nomination form.
  3. Provide the completed nomination form to the nominee for their review for accuracy and obtain their signature on the document.
  4. Submit the form to feedback@jointhealth.org.

This year’s recipient of the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award will be honoured at the Arthritis Alliance of Canada’s Annual Conference Gala on October 27, 2016 in Montréal, Quebec.

Do you know someone who deserves an award?

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Qualman-Davies Award SlideDo you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

Nomination process: Continue reading

Do you know someone who deserves an award?

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award

Award TrophyDo you know a person with arthritis who has, or is, providing leadership in the community and deserves recognition for their valuable volunteer work? We encourage you to help us celebrate their contributions by nominating them for the Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award.

The Qualman-Davies Arthritis Consumer Community Leadership Award was created in 2014 to recognize one person’s contributions to helping all Canadians living with the disease to be heard in decision-making processes that affect millions. That’s what Ann Qualman and Jim Davies did as early pioneers in arthritis advocacy in Canada. Their tireless and selfless efforts helped millions of Canadians.

Nomination process:

To submit a nomination, please follow the four steps listed below.

  1. Obtain the prospective nominee’s consent to be nominated prior to submitting this form.
  2. Click here to for the nomination form . If you create a separate nomination document, please use the headings provided on the Nomination Form PDF for ease of review by the award adjudication committee.
  3. Provide the completed nomination form to the nominee for their review for accuracy and obtain their signature on the document.
  4. Submit the form to info@jointhealth.org.

The application deadline is October 10, 2014. Each submission will be reviewed by the award adjudication committee and scored on a points system. The successful nominee and their nominator will be provided notification of the award selection by the adjudication committee chair by October 17, 2014. The award will be bestowed in person at the Arthritis Alliance of Canada’s Annual Conference Gala, this year taking place on October 31, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario.