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OSSU’s Aboriginal Working Group

By Wayne Warry, PhD Co-Chair, Aboriginal Working Group As distinct cultures within the Canadian mosaic, Aboriginal peoples—the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples of Canada—have the right to own, protect and control how information about them, including health information gathered…

Groupe de travail sur les communautés francophones de l’Ontario

Par Dr Denis Prud’homme, Président du Groupe de travail sur les communautés francophones de l’Ontario Toute personne devrait avoir accès à des soins de santé de qualité et être capable de participer à des projets de recherche en santé indépendamment…

Sex and Gender: The Key to Better Patient-Oriented Research

By Dr. Paula Rochon, Chair – OSSU Working Group on Sex and Gender We all know that men and women are different—especially when it comes to their health. Add to their distinct biological and physiological traits, the social roles and…

Building a robust foundation that will serve generations to come

The launch of the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit’s (OSSU’s) website signals an important step forward in our work to implement Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) here in Ontario. We are indeed fortunate to have the support and involvement of…