Harmonized health impact and research partnership metrics to accelerate knowledge sharing and utilization
The Lab will undertake baseline documentation of relevant metrics and data collection tools currently in use in Canada and gather outcome-level partnership data to document how equity-centred research and action-oriented partnerships can contribute to effective progress on women and children's health. Then, the lab will develop ‘harmonized’ data collection tools. Consistent data collection tools as a basis for partnerships is a key strategy in ensuring project success. Overall, these tools will allow for greater collaboration. Lastly, the Lab will launch a capacity-building plan in collaboration with four Canadian and LMIC organizations to be able to collect and effectively share health data.
Faculté de médecine, Université Laval (Canada)
Regroupement stratégique en santé mondiale, Réseau de recherche en santé des populations du Québec (Canada)
Countries of Work
- Burkina Faso