Research Centres & Initiatives

We integrate the collective.

IHPME is directly involved in the development, leadership and ongoing sustainability of several centres and initiatives. These cross-collaborations build bridges between the Institute’s students, researchers, faculty and a multitude of peers in national and international fields.

Canadian Centre for Health Economics

CCHE and IHPME collaborate on international research in health economics.

CIHR Alliance Training Working Group:
Canadian Health Services & Policy Research

A Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) working group identifying training and career pathways for researchers in non-academic environments.

CEBB: Centre for Evidence Based Budgeting

CEBB is an emerging collaborative initiative in support of health and social policies and programs.

CEHIAP: Centre for Evidence and Health in All Policies

Multi-centre network conducting research & analysis to provide evidence to support decision-makers.

Committee on the Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability

IHPME Committee dedicated to improving sustainability and environmental awareness of the Institute.

HSPRN: Health System Performance Research Network

HPSRN is an interdisciplinary research group measuring system performance across hospital, complex continuing care, long term care and home/community care sectors.

IDEAS: Improving & Driving Excellence Across Sectors

IDEAS is a partnership between IHPME, Health Quality Ontario, ICES, and seven Ontario universities.

Institute for Circumpolar Health Research (ICHR)

A partnership between the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, IHPME, and the Institute for Circumpolar Health Research

NAO: North American Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

NAO is a collaborative partnership of interested researchers, research organizations, governments, and health organizations promoting evidence-informed health system policy decision-making

Personal Support Worker (PSW) Approach to Quality Care

The PSW Approach to Quality care was developed in support of a grant provided by Closing the Gap Healthcare

Strategy Design and Evaluation Initiative

The Strategy Design and Evaluation Initiative is concerned with whether, how, when and why public health strategies deployed to alleviate complex problems achieve greater and lesser success.