WCHRI Partnership

Our partnership with WCHRI was established in 2008.  Since then, we have offered qualitative research, knowledge translation, and community/patient engagement support to over 30 health research studies.

Maria Mayan serves as a WCHRI Academic Lead and Tatjana Alvadj is the research coordinator that supports capacity building of health research teams/WCHRI members in the specific areas of expertise:

This partnership also supports the Patient and Community Engagement Training in Community-Based Research. The program offers students from all departments and disciplines an opportunity to develop interest and skills in community-based research in the areas of women and/or children’s health.

Contact:  Tatjana Alvadj, Research Coordinator, tatjana@ualberta.ca or 780-492-6431.

Visit the WCHRI website to learn more about their work www.wchri.org