What we do

clipboard iconCreating lasting change in BC

Find out more about how we translate research into clinical practice and policy.

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graph iconTransformative System Change

Read our strategic plan, called Looking Forward, written in collaboration with our diverse partners.

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Our Network

arrow iconBC SUPPORT Unit

The Unit advances patient-oriented research & trials in British Columbia as part of the national Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR).
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Clinical Trials BC

CTBC strengthens BC's capacity and competitiveness for attracting world class clinical trials.
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Research Ethics BC

REBC streamlines and improves BC's research ethics review process.
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Our Partnerships

We're working together with organizations in BC's health care, research, health professional and education sectors. Our activities leverage and build upon BC's expertise and resources. Find out more.

What's New

BC AHSN News: February 2020

Read the February issue of the BC AHSN News, featuring a new video from Research Ethics BC, the launch of the Data Access Support Hub (or DASH), new jobs on Clinical Trials BC’s online job board, BC Emergency Medicine Network’s funding award for emergency care, a new funding opportunity from the BC SUPPORT Unit Fraser Centre, and […]

BC AHSN welcomes Ross Duncan

BC AHSN) is pleased to announce that Ross Duncan, MSc is the organization’s Learning Health Systems Analyst, effective February 3rd , 2020. Read the full announcement here.

BC AHSN News: January 2020

Read the January issue of the BC AHSN News, featuring a message from Stirling Bryan, a job posting for Scientific Director, new staff member Lindsay Hedden, your opportunity to fill out the BC SUPPORT Unit’s learning needs assessment survey, Kim McGrail’s new position at UBC Health, and more!  

President’s Inaugural Message: January 2020

On January 1, 2020, I began in my new role as President of the British Columbia Academic Health Science Network. I am truly honoured to take on this role, filling the rather large shoes of my predecessor, Dr. Tom Noseworthy. I would like to begin by acknowledging the enormous contribution made by Tom – as […]

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