Opportunities for training in Aboriginal health research
Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM), in conjunction with the AK-NEAHR Network (Anisnawbe Kekendazone Network Environment for Aboriginal Health Research), is offering an opportunity for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers to acquire expertise in the participatory approach while pursuing health research addressing the needs of Aboriginal Communities across Canada.
Health Canada's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
The Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (PDF) is managed by the Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS) and offers highly trained and qualified professionals the opportunity to conduct research in Health Canada facilities under the mentorship of departmental employees. These people work in a wide range of scientific areas, including biological, physical, environmental, and social sciences. Fellowships are also offered in the areas of policy research and analysis, in particular as they relate to the translation of scientific knowledge into policy.
The Abraham Fuks Fellowship In Translational Mental Health Research
The Douglas Mental Health University Institute is offering a fellowship programme to support students interested in pursuing research in the area of knowledge translation in mental health. The objective of the fellowship is to promote the integration of research and mental health practice.
PRAM Graduate Student Stipend Competition CLOSED
Graduate student stipend to undertake a systematic review on the benefits of participatory research