What we do

clipboard iconCreating lasting change in BC

Find out more about how we enable innovation in British Columbia.

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graph iconTransformative System Change

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

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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

Impressions of CFOA19: An interview with Leslie and Art Erasmus

Were you at Caring for Older Adults 2019? If you were, we’re so happy that you joined us (and nearly 200 attendees) for our very first conference in Prince George last month. Art and Lesley Erasmus, volunteers with the Patient Voices Network (photo above, centre and right), were also excited to attend, and gave their […]

New President Announced

The board of directors of the British Columbia Academic Health Science Network (BC AHSN) is pleased to announce that Dr. Stirling Bryan has been named the President of the organization as of January 1st, 2020. He replaces Dr. Tom Noseworthy as the organization’s leader; Dr. Noseworthy’s term of office as CEO will conclude on December […]

BC AHSN News: November 2019

Hot off the press! Read the November issue of the BC AHSN News, featuring #PPF19 & #CFOA19 conference updates, our first strategic plan & more! Read the full newsletter issue here.

Media Release: Registration for BC AHSN’s Caring for Older Adults symposium reaches 150; web livestream now available for remote participants

Prince George, BC (October 30, 2019) – More than 150 stakeholders have registered for Caring for Older Adults in Rural & Remote Canada, a symposium co-sponsored by the British Columbia Academic Health Science Network and the Canadian Frailty Network. Available seats for this two-day event (November 7 and 8, 2019, Prince George Civic Centre) are […]

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