PHIRIC Publications & Resources
- Frequently Asked Questions About Population Health Intervention Research (Canadian Journal of Public Health) - December 2012
- Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada: progress and prospects (NSW Public Health Bulletin) - April 2011
- The Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada Special Supplement (Canadian Journal of Public Health) - January 2009
Conference, Symposium and Workshop Proceedings
- International Conference to Advance a Population Health Intervention Research Agenda Proceedings - March 26-27, 2012.
- Workshop Summary Report - December 1, 2010
- PHIR Symposium Summary Report - November 29-30, 2010
- Symposium report: The role of science journals in Population Health Intervention Research - November 29-30, 2010
Podcasts are available on a password-protected site. Please use the indicated usernames and passwords to access the audio files.
International Conference to Advance a PHIR Agenda - March 2012
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Center for Community Health Development co-hosted the International Conference to Advance a Population Health Research Agenda March 26-27, 2012 in Montreal, QC. The conference looked at interventions in complex systems with a focus on community interventions.
- John Frank (former CIHR-IPPH)
- Ken McLeroy (Texas A&M)
- Mark Petticrew (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Population Health Intervention Research Workshop - November-December 2010
Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada (PHIRIC) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research-Institute of Population and Public Health (CIHR-IPPH) hosted a symposium in Toronto on November 29-30, 2010 titled Accelerating Population Health Intervention Research to Promote Health Equity. The symposium raised issues related to PHIR methodology including the advantages and disadvantages of different study designs. A workshop was hosted immediately following the symposium on December 1. The workshop, titled Stimulating Methodological and Theoretical Innovation in PHIR, brought together researchers from Canada, the US, the UK, France and Australia.
- Erika Khandor (Community-Campus Partnerships for Health)
- Louise Potvin (Université de Montréal)
- Lise Gauvin (Montreal Diabetes Research Centre)
- Cory Neudorf (Saskatoon Health Region)
- Jason Robert (Arizona State University)
- Alan Shiell (University of Calgary)
- Using natural experiments to evaluate population health interventions: guidance for producers and users of evidence (Medical Research Council, U.K.) - July 2011
- A Framework for development and evaluation of RCTs for Complex Interventions to Improve Health (Medical Research Council, U.K.) - April 2000
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