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Lomas introduced two innovations in the CHSRF granting process.
In 2015 the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation, chaired by David Naylor, recommended a Healthcare Innovation Fund that would ramp up to $1 billion annually by 2020 that would support initiatives related to HSPR (23) but to date there has been no major commitment by the federal government, aside from new investments in the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (formerly CHSRF) (CFHI) totaling $90 million in the 2016 and 2017 federal budgets plus ongoing annual funding of $17 million.
(10) note, the CHSRF conceptualization does not include adapting research for local context or populations.
This collection of essays is written on behalf of the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF) to describe the Executive Training in Research Application (EXTRA) health leadership program initiated in 2006.
Indeed, the program bas evolved to meet CHSRF's fiscal realities and the needs of the fellows.
CHSRF (2001), 'Communication notes: reader-friendly writing --1:3:25', Ottawa, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, available at: transfer/communication_notes/comm_reader_friendly_ wwriting_e.php.
CHSRF (2005), "Myth: A Parallel Private System Would Reduce Wait Times in the Public System", Mythbusters, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation,
As the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF 2006) defines it: Knowledge brokering links decision makers and researchers, facilitating their interaction so that they are able to better understand each other's goals and professional cultures, influence each other's work, forge new partnerships, and promote the use of research-based evidence in decision-making.
After rereading the interview transcripts for several times and choosing the categories (the CHSRF framework), indexing was carried out on the basis of a previously prepared list.
Two of the awards for nurse leaders were funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care's Nursing Secretariat, the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF); the Canadian College of Health Service Executives (CCHSE); the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), the Canadian Medical Association (CMA); and, a consortium of Quebec partners represented by the Agence d'evaluation des technologies et des modes d'intervention en sante (AETMIS).
The first author (ADG) was supported in this graduate work by the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF)/Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Advanced Practice Nursing Chair Program.
Semenic was supported by a CHSRF Postdoctoral Fellowship during the conduct of this project.