2021-22 Research Connections Results

Research Connections grants support short-term, targeted, human health research knowledge mobilization (KMb) initiatives taking place in, and having a practical application for, Saskatchewan knowledge users. These grants help facilitate the sharing of health research knowledge in non-academic mediums or settings.


This spring for the 2021-22 opportunity, we supported 11 projects for a total investment of just over $78,500.


Full details, including team members, project summaries, etc., will be listed in our searchable database at shrf.ca/results.


Funding Recipients


Catherine Arnold | College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan | $4,200

Be Proactive, not Reactive: Advancing Knowledge to Improve Fall Risk Identification, Prevention and Post-Fall Care for Older Adults in Saskatchewan


Carrie Bourassa | College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan | $7,500

Indigenous Language Translation: It’s About More Than Words


Michelle Clunie | College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan | $6,921.94

Introducing Cardiac Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Best Practices for COVID-19 and Beyond


Trent Litzenberger | The Lung Association of Saskatchewan Inc. | $7,500

RESPTREC Online-only Spirometry Refresher Course


Marie Lovrod | College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan | $7,500

Three Short Films About Gendered Violence and Healing: Indigenous Men Share Stories


Elise Matthews | Faculty of Nursing, University of Regina | $7,500

Saskatchewan Indigenous Childhood Disability Resource Guide


Jennifer May | The Lung Association of Saskatchewan Inc. | $7,500

School Zone Project: The ‘kNOw’ Series


Nathalie Reid | Faculty of Education, University of Regina | $7,500

Neuroscience, Play, Art, and Narrative (PAN) Woven Resilience-Enhancement Toolkits for Children


Stuart Skinner | College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan | $7,500

Culturally Responsive “Diabetes 101” Training and Knowledge Mobilization Among Indigenous Peers Living with Diabetes in Regina Urban Hub and Indigenous Communities Using Virtual and Online Methodologies


Martin Voordouw | Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan | $7,446

The eTick app to inform Saskatchewan residents about tick-borne disease


Abigail Wickson-Griffiths | Faculty of Nursing, University of Regina | $7,500

Building Sustainable Provincial Connections to Maximize Older Adult Quality of Life through Family Integration into Care



Find out more about our funding opportunities here >


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