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Our partnering agencies are drawn from three sectors:

  1. Health care professionals (nursing, medicine, rehabilitation sciences, pharmacy) and regulatory bodies (e.g., Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada, College of Nurses of Ontario)
  2. Policy makers at the international, national, provincial/territorial, and local levels (e.g., World Health Organization, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Public Health Agency of Canada, hospital sector, Conference Board of Canada)
  3. Vulnerable and special needs populations (e.g., rehabilitation patients, seniors, aboriginals, and homeless individuals) and agencies that serve these populations such as community care providers (e.g., Community Care Access Centre, GTA Rehab Net) and non-governmental organizations and advocacy groups (e.g., Salvation Army, Connecting Seniors Canada)

Each of our collaborators has agreed to:

  1. Participate in the research agenda setting forum (described below)
  2. Accommodate a graduate student who will conduct research in their organization
  3. Participate in the concluding summative forum
Additionally, collaborators will exploit their internal communication channels and external networks in order to facilitate a “push” knowledge translation strategy of the research findings into their organizations.

Featured Collaborator

Espace éthique"The Espace éthique / AP-HP and Ethics department of University Paris 11 organize a number of projects related to influenza pandemic ethical issues since 2006. They issue a number of articles, conference communications, a newsletter, and works of a hospital network."

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JCBUniversity of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics
88 College Street
Toronto, ON  M5G 1L4
Funded by the
Canadian Institutes of Health Research