This page will continuously evolve as new resources are added. If you have a resource you’d like to suggest be added, you can complete this form or email us at KT@msfhr.org

On this page, you will find:

  • Opportunities for patients to participate in research during this time,
  • Knowledge synthesis and other KT activities on current COVID-19 research,
  • Knowledge synthesis on provincial data gathered from researchers on current barriers and challenges (i.e. results of various surveys being distributed from different organizations),
  • A collection of KT and PoR (patient-oriented) resources from around the province that researchers, patients, health authority staff and decision makers can easily access, and
  • Tools and resources for working, holding meetings,and moving conferences online.

The BC SUPPORT Unit has a wealth of resources to help researchers or health care providers better understand patient engagement and to help patients get involved in health research. Please visit their resource page for more information. 

Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI)

Diversity in research is important for cultivating talent and promoting inclusive excellence, which in turn drives discovery and helps build a more innovative and impactful health research system. We believe in the fair and respectful treatment of all people. We know that empowering and mobilizing a spectrum of ideas, talent, perspectives, and experiences within a health research community will help build a more innovative and impactful system. To learn more, click here.

Coordinated COVID-19 Research Activities and Initiatives across BC

BC’s health research community is collaborating to provide a coordinated, strategic approach to the COVID-19 pandemic that supports decision makers, patients, public and others. This resource identifies research efforts underway and planned, and supports participating organizations in communicating their work in the context of a coordinated provincial health research response. Click here to check out the coordinated COVID-19 research activities and initiatives across BC. 

Provincial data gathered from researchers on current barriers and challenges:

KT Events and Training Opportunities 

During this time, many events and workshops have gone virtual. Click here for a calendar of KT events and training opportunities. 

For further information and resources, please contact your regional research offices: