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The British Columbia Academic Health Science Network (BC AHSN) is a champion and facilitator of innovation, and an engine enabling such innovation, in a high-performing Learning Health System.

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What we do

clipboard iconOur Action Plan

Read our action plan to find out more about our future initiatives and purpose.

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Our focus is Transformative System Change targeted at key provincial health priorities.

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Our Network

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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: January 2019

Read the latest news in our monthly newsletter! Read the BC AHSN News for January 2019 here. Want to receive each new issue right in your inbox? Sign up here!  

Meet Jim Christenson, BC Emergency Medicine Network

The BC Emergency Medicine Network is uniting clinicians, academics and researchers, across the province in a brand-new way. The BC Emergency Medicine Network (BC EM Network) connects 1,400 provincial emergency practitioners in 108 emergency departments with each other and provides access to current, practical resources all in one online site. In this way, the Network […]

BC AHSN News: December 2018

Read the latest news in our monthly newsletter! Read the BC AHSN News for December 2018 here. Want to receive each new issue right in your inbox? Sign up here!

Meet Delia Cooper, BC AHSN Board Director

Delia Cooper is delighted to represent the patient voice on the BC AHSN board. Building on a background in education and many years of service representing the patient perspective in health care, research and health education, she brings unique expertise to the governance of the BC AHSN organization. A strong supporter of collaboration, she decided […]

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