Join the O’Brien Institute for Public Health and the Office of Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development for Public health in trying times: A look at the first year of COVID-19.

This free public forum will look at the ICU response to COVID-19, mobilizing the public health residency programe, and other pressing issues.

March 15, 2021
7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Internal Peer Review
For members planning an application to CIHR's Spring Project Grant competition, March 4 is the deadline to register for Internal Peer Review through the O'Brien Institute. Anyone requesting IPR for a resubmission should provide the CIHR reviews, NoRs, and eventually the NoDs (available on March 3) to
Town Hall: The current and future direction of the O’Brien Institute 
The strategic planning that the O’Brien Institute is currently engaged in aims to identify a clear focus for public health research at the University of Calgary, as well as the nature, purpose and function of the Institute.

This process will be discussed at a town hall at 9:30 a.m. on Mar. 16.

Continuing the conversation around Black history
As Black History Month comes to an end, it is important to remember that the UCalgary community must continue the conversation around Black history.

The O'Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary supports excellence in population health and health services research, while realizing the benefits of such research by using that knowledge to inform community, policy and health practice stakeholders. 

The Institute's membership includes more than 500 multidisciplinary researchers from 13 Cumming School of Medicine departments, nine additional University of Calgary faculties, including Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Kinesiology and Arts; health professionals in Alberta Health Services; and, research users and policy makers from municipal and provincial institutions. As an Institute, we share a vision of "better health and health care," reflecting our two priority research areas of Improved Population Health and Enhanced Health Systems Performance. 

The Institute's success in brokering broader external relationships with provincial and national interest groups, policy makers, research agencies, the media, philanthropists, and community stakeholders, further extends the reach and impact of our members' significant research outputs.