Dr. Stephenson Strobel is a trained economist who uses data to make Niagara Health’s Emergency Department more effective at getting patients the help they need.
Funding from the COVID-19 Network of Clinical Trials Networks (NoN) is backing significant research at Niagara Health that could change the way translational research is performed.
Clinical trials research at Niagara Health has received a boost thanks to more than $300,000 in funding from the Accelerating Clinical Trials Canada Consortium.
Since arriving at Niagara Health, Dr. Erick Duan has helped to grow a critical care research program that today sees the hospital involved in 26 clinical trials and observational studies to improve patient care.
After noticing a spike in patient falls during the pandemic, Virginia Pullar initiated a research project that provides key insights about patient safety for frontline healthcare workers.
For the first time since 2018, the event returned to an in-person forum, showcasing cutting-edge healthcare research from Niagara and beyond.
The annual showcase of findings and ideas from researchers across Niagara and the Greater Toronto Area will be held in person at Brock University. The event highlights research dedicated to improving overall health and well-being, patient outcomes and how care is delivered.
The Niagara Health Knowledge Institute (NHKI) will transform healthcare in Niagara through knowledge generation and mobilization, and help position Niagara Health as a national leader in research at community hospitals.
With four clinical trials underway and the groundwork being laid for a fifth, Niagara Health has positioned itself as a leader in thrombosis research.