Global Health Policy applying evidence
Canadians are frequently invited to work with international partners to tackle complex global health challenges and improve health for all. With new responsive funding mechanisms and strategic networks, public health can make even greater contributions in addressing global health emergencies and developing evidence-informed health policies that achieve global impact.
IPPH’s Global Health Policy Initiative evolved from a strong desire to help institutionalize the use of research evidence in policymaking. In a globalized world where disease can spread quickly, evidence-informed policies are essential to address transnational health threats. To ensure this evidence is developed, IPPH is working to provide Canadian researchers with opportunities to contribute to research on emerging health threats and to mobilize interdisciplinary networks of researchers to prepare and respond to global health emergencies.
|Funding||Position Canada to be a leader in global health emergency research||Identifying mechanisms to rapidly fund public health research during global health emergencies|
|Training||Bolster policy-relevant research on challenges with global implications||Investing in key global health research areas such as antimicrobial resistance and chronic disease prevention|
|Knowledge Translation||Pursue opportunities to Institutionalize the use of evidence in global health policymaking||Mobilizing networks of researchers, research funders and policymakers, especially around social science research on infectious diseases|
|Funding Opportunity||Competition||Status||Funding Decision|
|Operating Grant: 13th JPIAMR transnational call for research projects (2021)||202107JTR||Open|
|Project Grant - Priority Announcement (Global Health Policy)||202010PAA||Closed||View|
|Team Grant : GACD Primary and Secondary Prevention of Cancer||Closed|
|Planning & Dissemination Grant: Global Health||201909PCS||Closed||View|
|Planning & Dissemination Grant: Global Health||201809PCS||Closed||View.|
|Grant: Network for Global Governance Research on Infectious Diseases||201809NGG||Closed||View|
|Team Grant: GACD Intervention scale-up - Hypertension and/or diabetes||201807HAD||Closed||View|
|Grant: Building the Foundation of the JPIAMR VRI||201807BFJ||Closed||View|
|Operating Grant: Rapid Research Response Fund for Ebola (in partnership with the IDRC and SSHRC, funds administered by IDRC)||201807EBO||Closed||View|
|Operating Grant: AMR: Point of Care Diagnostics in Human Health - Phase 2||201810APC||Closed||View|
|Project Grant: Antimicrobial Resistance||201803PJT||Closed||View|
|Planning & Dissemination Grant: Global Health||201708PCS||Closed||View|
|Catalyst Grant: Global Governance AMR & Related Infectious Disease Threat||201710GCA||Closed||View|
|Operating Grant: 5th Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPIAMR)||201707AMR||Closed||View|
|Operating Grant: AMR: Point of Care Diagnostics in Human Health||201611ARF||Closed||View.|
Initiative activities and opportunities
- Report: “UN Research Roadmap for the COVID-19 Recovery: Leveraging the Power of Science for an Equitable, Resilient and Sustainable Future". Read the report [ PDF (9 MB) - external link ]
- Report: “Towards People-Centered Epidemic Preparedness and Response: From Knowledge to Action" - commissioned by the Wellcome Trust & UK DFID Joint Initiative on Epidemic Preparedness, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research on behalf of the GloPID-R Funders’ Forum for Social Science Research on Infectious Diseases. Read the report [ PDF (5.46 MB) - external link ].
- Global Alliance on Chronic Disease (GACD), GLoPID-R Funders Forum on Social Science on Infectious Disease Threats (Department for International Development (UK), the European Commissions, Wellcome Trust, and South African Medical Research Council).
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