Events

Primary Care Learning Cycle

Primary Care Learning Cycle

The Canadian Primary Care Research Network (CPCRN) is an established interdisciplinary network of people who collaborate on generating solution-focused innovations in primary health care delivery. Join us on November 18-19, 2024 in Quebec City! There is no cost to...

2024 Learning Series | Connecting Patients to Primary Care

2024 Learning Series | Connecting Patients to Primary Care

Date and Time 25 June 2024, 12-1 PM ET For people without a regular source of care, and people with urgent needs who can’t see their regular primary care clinicians, navigating access can be confusing. Many provinces and territories have implemented different...

Save the Date: CPCRN Inaugural Conference – Nov 18-19, 2024

Save the Date: CPCRN Inaugural Conference – Nov 18-19, 2024

Please join us, in person or online, for our inaugural conference in Quebec City this upcoming November, just prior to the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting. Our theme will be Building a Learning Health System with Patient-Oriented...

2024 Learning Series | Practice Based Research and Learning

2024 Learning Series | Practice Based Research and Learning

Lessons Learned about Engagement from the OECD PaRIS Project Date and Time 30 Jan 2024, 12-1 PM EDT/HE, Zoom Panelists Vivian R Ramsden (RN, PhD, MCFP (Hon.), FCAHS), Professor & Director, Research Division, University of Saskatchewan, Department of Academic...

Indigenous Health Data Governance Toolkit

Indigenous Health Data Governance Toolkit

Panelists: Kimberly Fairman, Executive Director, Institute for Circumpolar Health Research Shaneel Pathak, Patient Partner, Founder of Zamplo, a digital health social enterprise Kimberly will present on a toolkit that has been developed to support Indigenous...

CPCRN Launch and Celebration Event

CPCRN Launch and Celebration Event

May 31, 2023 || 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT Join us in person or online! Objectives Celebrate our Network Launch Learn more about our various research projects Discuss the future of primary care research and opportunities Network, socialize and celebrate our accomplishments...