International Chronic and Complex Conditions Research Group
We are an international team of researchers working with people living with chronic conditions to improve their everyday lives.
Collaborating across borders, disciplines, and sectors our research:
· Informs and improves health and social care delivery and policy to address individuals’ needs;
· Develops new ways to help individuals, those who support them, and providers understand and address self-management needs; and
· Investigates ways communities can support individuals living with chronic conditions.
IC3RG announces two new publications!
New COVID‑19 screening app for Health students born from necessity and collaboration
Students in the Faculty of Health are among the fortunate few to have in-person classes at Dal this year, and the creation of a new app has helped to streamline COVID-19 pre-screening before each gathering, ensuring the safety of learners, faculty and clinical staff.
Dal Health students launch new student‑led journal through the Healthy Populations Institute
The Healthy Populations Journal (HPJ), launched this October, is a multi-faculty, open access, peer review journal focused on population health and health equity globally.
Researchers from Dalhousie and IWK Health Centre receive $4.8 million in funding from Genome Canada
A Dalhousie/IWK Health Centre collaboration on rare genetic disorders is receiving $4.8 million in funding through Genome Canada as part of a major national investment in genomics research.
Grad Profile: PhD in Health grad used art to research society's influence on queer men's health
Phillip Joy graduates this fall, moving on to become an assistant professor at Mount Saint Vincent University in the Applied Human Nutrition Department teaching several nutrition courses and building a research program with a focus in LGBTQ2SP+ communities and health.
Partnering to improve health outcomes across Maritime provinces
The Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine has partnered with the MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance (MIPP) in a move to facilitate Medicine's strategic vision for improving health in the Maritimes. The collaboration began earlier this month with a pandel event featuring the chief medical officers of the four Atlantic provinces.