GHRIGood Housekeeping Research Institute
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GHRIGuy Harvey Research Institute (Florida)
GHRIGeneral Health Rating Index (nursing)
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The mission of the GHRI is to provide the scientific information necessary to understand, conserve and effectively manage the world's marine fishes and their ecosystems.
While at NIA, Sherman worked on several research projects, some of them with Dan Cherkin of GHRI, and in 2001 she moved to Group Health as a full-time researcher.
Having the GHRI recognize Envirobase High Performance and Aquabase Plus as brands our collision centers and their customers can rely on is something we are proud of and hold in high regard."
We analyzed data of the Work and Health Conditions survey conducted as part of the "Policies and Practices Associated with Mental Health and Work in Chile: A Gender Perspective" (2007-2012) project financed by the Global Health Research Initiative (GHRI) of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC-Canada).
Acknowledgements: This work was carried out with support from the Global Health Research Initiative (GHRI), a collaborative research funding partnership of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Canadian International Development Agency, Health Canada, the International Development Research Centre, and the Public Health Agency of Canada.
The study by Group Health Research Institute (GHRI) scientists showed that the impacts on bone were small, depended on the woman's age and the pill's hormone dose, and did not appear until about two years of use.
GHRI Senior Investigator Delia Scholes, PhD, who led the study, said that hormones are a key component of bone health, and hormonal contraceptives are a major source of external hormones for women.
I am writing on behalf of the Global Health Research Initiative (GHRI) Steering Committee in reference to Larson et al.'s important commentary on Grand Challenges Canada.
The GHRI Steering Committee would like to clarify that the partner agencies and staff are hard at work drafting a five-year strategic plan with the aim to renew the partnership's Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) later this year.
In the absence of GHRI funding and the GCC emphasis primarily on biotechnological solutions, opportunities to support the full spectrum of Canadian global health researchers could become significantly narrowed.