COVID-19

CHÉOS investigators and research support staff are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Current projects include examining mental wellness during a pandemic, the impact of school disruptions, treatment options for COVID-19 and identifying workplace risks that may increase the risk of transmission to paramedics. Our investigators have also shared their expertise in a number of areas related to the pandemic.

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Improving Care

CHÉOS is active in a number of clinical research areas focused in improving patient care. In addition to cardiology, mental health, nephrology, critical care, and HIV research, our investigators undertake studies involving older adults and those who are critically or chronically ill, with the goal of reducing morbidity and mortality and enhancing quality of life. We do this in two main ways: by putting patients first and informing practice.

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Informing Policy

CHÉOS investigators are at the forefront of health outcomes research, including health economics, pharmacoeconomics and patient-reported outcomes. Their work evaluates the effectiveness of health interventions in populations to inform policies, transforming health systems at the local, national and international levels in the future.

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The Evidence Speaks

The Evidence Speaks Series is a recurring feature highlighting the latest in CHÉOS research. This series features summaries of select publications and is designed to keep the media and the research community up-to-date with CHÉOS’ current research results in the health outcomes field. To ensure this research is quick and easy to share, we are now providing social cards that you are free to save and use as you see fit.

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Our People

The Centre is comprised of over 135 staff members and more than 75 scientists, including Canada Research Chairs, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholars, and Canadian Institutes of Health Research Investigators. CHÉOS expertise and research are widely shared through our collaborations with other organizations, and to help educate and inform the public. Our biweekly newsletter features key stories, updates and announcements from our CHÉOS community.

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In the News

CHÉOS investigators are leading experts in their fields. Here is the latest media coverage featuring our people.

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Research Resources

In addition to leading our own studies, the Centre’s other primary function is to support clinical investigators and researchers in conducting high-quality health research. From design to execution, CHÉOS provides a broad range of support services. Some of these resources are shared here.

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