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AllerGen NCE Inc. is governed by an independent Board of Directors committed to the vision and mission of AllerGen, promoting an atmosphere where excellent research combines with industrial know-how to produce socio-economic benefits for Canadians.
The vision at the Asthma Canada is to empower every child and adult in Canada with asthma to live an active and symptom-free life.
CAMH is Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital combining clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.
The vision of CORA is to become a worldwide centre of excellence for the education and training of students, technologists and physicians in the field of radiological anatomy.
A registered charity launched in June, 2000. CAP’s mission is to work with partners to achieve clean air, facilitate the exchange of ideas, advance change and promote and coordinate implementation of actions that improve local air quality.
The Consent and Capacity Board (CCB) is an independent body created by the provincial government of Ontario under the Health Care Consent Act.
Providing educational opportunities to health care professionals.
Project CREATE was developed as a five-year medical education initiative to promote undergraduate curricular innovation and faculty development in substance use disorders at the five Ontario medical schools.
The Division of Palliative Care develops, promotes, enhances and delivers exemplary interprofessional undergraduate, post-graduate, fellowship and faculty development academic initiatives in the health care field of Palliative Care.
Clinical, research and educational activities are closely integrated and largely collaborative within FIRH.The intent is to create a synergy between patient care, basic and translational research and training of health care professionals.
The Foundation for Medical Practice Education (FMPE) is a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to the development, production, and evaluation of educational programs for community-based family medicine and general practitioners.
Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances.
HQO works to transform the health system so it can deliver better experiences, outcomes and value. HQO evaluates technologies and services, reports on the quality of the health system, supports quality improvement and makes evidence-based recommendations.
NIHI is a virtual, self sustaining institute of institutes operating under the concept of an academic Community of Practice. It is established as a federal not-for-profit corporation in Canada.
The Nipissing District Developmental Screen® (NDDS®) is an innovative developmental screening tool available to healthcare or childcare professionals working with infants and children up to six years of age.
Founded in 1992 by reknowned child psychiatrist Dr. David "Dan" Offord, the Offord Centre for Child Studies is a research centre affiliated with McMaster University and McMaster Children's Hospital.
The Ontario College of Family Physicians is the voice of family medicine representing more than 12,000 family physicians providing patient care across communities throughout Ontario.
The Lung Association assists, educates and empowers individuals living with or caring for others with lung disease through many lung health programs and services that are available to people and healthcare providers across the province.
The Rourke Baby Record (RBR) is an evidence-based health supervision guide for primary healthcare practitioners of children in the first five years of life.
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