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!
Dal's Alice Aiken receives distinguished alumni award for commitment to military and veteran health research
Dal's vice president research and innovation is being honoured by Queen's University this year for her work in advancing the health and well-being of military personnel, Veterans and their families — including spearheading the creation of a cross-Canada network centred on military and veteran health research.
Dal professor honoured with national award for his work on water quality and its links to human health
Graham Gagnon, a Dal prof who has led the way on water quality research in Canada, has been chosen to receive the Albert E. Berry Medal for his significant contributions to the field of environmental engineering.
Two Dalhousie researchers inducted into prestigious Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
Dr. Christine Chambers and Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy have received one of the highest honours for members of the country’s health sciences community for their significant contributions to health policy and the promotion of health science.