Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on society is unprecedented in modern times and will likely pervade our lives for years to come. Never before has it been more essential to mobilize Canada’s research excellence and innovation toward improving the efficiency of the health system and the health of Canadians. In response, OSSU’s research centres have pivoted their focus to tackling critical issues and unmet needs regarding COVID-19 utilizing patient-oriented approaches to health and health services research. Their work will have impacts that span local, provincial and national borders.
You will find some of the critical work underway at OSSU’s research centres to combat the COVID-19 pandemic here.
AMS Healthcare opens the call for over 1 million dollars in funding
The OSSU is pleased to promote the launch of two funding opportunities in the area of Compassion and Artificial Intelligence.
Fellowship in Compassion and Artificial Intelligence: AMS Healthcare is offering one-year fellowships of up to $75,000 to early and mid-career academic researchers and scholars and academically trained regulated health care professionals to study and develop expertise/competence in the impact of digital technology/artificial intelligence on compassionate care.
Grant in Compassion and Artificial Intelligence: AMS Healthcare is offering grants of up to $20,000 to support projects that will generate new knowledge and evidence that will enhance the education/training of undergraduate, graduate and practising healthcare professionals of the impact of digital technology/artificial intelligence on compassionate care.
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