October 18 - 24, 2021
About the Week
Health Research Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness for the important research, world-class researchers and collaborative efforts that exist in Saskatchewan and are contributing to the growth of a high-performing health system, building a culture of innovation and improving the health of our citizens.
A successful Health Research Week will see activity and engagement throughout the week on different topic areas. We will engage our partners, institutions and Saskatchewan health researchers through various mediums to share SHRF’s stories and message and to contribute their own stories of impact to highlight the breadth of research activities taking place in our province.
Do you want to take part?
Finish this thought and share it on Twitter. Don't forget to use the hashtag! You can also mention SHRF or tag it with #HealthResearchWeek so we can find and share your content.
Share your story of why health research matters to you and to the health of Saskatchewan people.
Are you a SHRF-funded researcher?
Take part in our Meet the Researcher series by reaching out to Nikki at email@example.com for more details.
This session was held October 20, 2021, as part of Health Research Week.
Presented by the University of Saskatchewan, the University of Regina, and SHRF.
Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine, Usask Community Health and Epidemiology Professor and Director of Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit
Nikki Desjardins, SHRF Engagement Specialist
Heather Persson, USask Research Profile and Impact Director
Krista Baliko, U of R Research Communications Strategist
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