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Research Education




To support the IWK research mission to:

  • Bring together care, research, teaching and advocacy for the best possible results.
  • Be global leaders in research and knowledge sharing.


  • Promoting and supporting research excellence
  • Building research capacity among individuals and teams
  • Providing research education, expertise, and support IWK Health and our research and academic partners.


Research Rounds


Come see where research is heading at the IWK, ask questions, and be a part of the discussion.

When? Several times a year.

Where? Research Rounds are currently being held online via Microsoft Teams. Please click below for more information.

Come to this exciting new series of talks hosted by Research Services. Several times a year, a clinician-researcher from IWK Health will present their research. This discussion will be appropriate to an audience with a wide range of backgrounds. We encourage fellow clinicians, researchers, administrative staff, managers, and the public to attend. 

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was designed by the interdisciplinary research team at IWK Health. Their goal was to deliver accessible research education to support health care providers and trainees (24/7). Research is key to achieving the best results in health care. Staff, trainees, and physicians in health centres across Canada are looking to increase their own research literacy and skills; creo™ was created to fill this need. This platform offers online, interactive learning opportunities, targeted at health care professionals. It is self-directed or structured, the learning depends on your specific needs. creo™ covers topics from critical appraisal, to develpoing a research question, to knowledge translation, and everything inbetween. 

This course is FREE for IWK staff, IWK MDSS, NSHA staff, NSHA MDSS, and CCHCSP trainees.




The Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (CCHCSP) is a transdisciplinary training program for the next generation of clinician-scientists in child and youth health research in Canada.

CCHCSP provides support for the development of knowledge and skills for a career as an independent scientist in child health research. Trainees engage in research training and a core curriculum that delivers a common multidisciplinary language of research, while imparting professional skills and values.

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2021 Line Up (COMING SOON)



Location: Online

Learning Objectives: Information coming soon.


Grant Application Review

Whether you are a first time applicant or experienced researcher, a review of your grant application may provide valuable insights prior to submission. Our consulting scientists welcome the opportunity to assist you by reviewing your application and providing relevant feedback. Please ensure you contact us well in advance of the submission date to allow adequate time for a thorough review.

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Consultation Services

Interdisciplinary Research is pleased to offer consulting services to individuals or groups. Our experienced consulting scientist, Dr. Jill Hatchette is available to provide direct assistance with your research needs. She provides guidance for all stages of the research process, for both qualitative and quantitative methods.

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Research Site Map


Contact Us

IWK Health Research Services
5850/5980 University Ave
PO Box 9700
Nova Scotia, B3K 6R8

If you have a general question about research, our services, facilities or programs please email us below.

If you are looking for a specific individual from one of our departments or facilities please select the button below to view the research services team (individual contact information is provided here).


Research E-Bulletin

If you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive our weekly E-Bulletin let us know. Our E-Bulletin is updated with upcoming educational opportunities and accomplishments. Be part of our research community.