This MCHP Research Overview page describes the services we provide, the research we do, how to work with us, and the types of publications and presentations arising from our 25+ years of research.
The Manitoba Population Research Data Repository is a resource for researchers wishing to study the health and social well-being of Manitobans. MCHP staff can provide support for researchers in the following ways, and can tailor their support to the budget available:
For more detailed information, see our Services We Provide web page.
The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy carries out research on the health and well-being of Manitobans.
Our researchers carry out research using the Repository under contract to the Manitoba Government through Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living and the Healthy Child Committee of Cabinet to provide analyses to support policy development or service planning. These studies usually take 2-3 years to complete and we publish 4-5 Deliverables (reports) annually. For more information on MCHP Deliverables, please see our Publications and Presentations web page.
Centre researchers collaborate on large projects using the Repository. Current projects include:
Centre researchers also run their own individual research programs using the Repository. This includes University of Manitoba Faculty researchers and external researchers from across Canada and internationally.
For more detailed information, see our Research We Do web page.
If you wish to use the Manitoba Population Research Data Repository, we encourage you to explore what data we have and discuss your project idea with Charles Burchill, Associate Director, Data Access and Use.
At this time, MCHP is offering financial support to researchers wishing to use the Repository through the MCHP Rady Faculty Research Support Fund.
For more detailed information, see our How To Work With Us web page.
MCHP researchers and students have published more than 900 journal articles, reports and abstracts from research carried out using the Repository. We have produced over 125 Deliverables for a variety of Manitoba government departments.
In addition, MCHP researchers and students present their research to a range of audiences at local, national and international workshops, forums and conferences.
For more detailed information, see our Publications and Presentations web page.
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