The overarching purpose of the partnership between Alberta Health Services (Alberta Addiction and Mental Health Research Hub and the Addiction and Mental Health Strategic Clinical NetworkTM) and the Prairie Node of the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse (CRISM) is to identify and address mutually agreed upon and mutually beneficial research, evaluation, quality improvement, and measurement questions.
This program is open to members of CRISM and Alberta Health Services (Alberta Addiction and Mental Health Research Partnership Program and the Addiction and Mental Health Strategic Clinical NetworkTM research community) and is intended to promote innovation in analytics related to substance use and health care utilization. The long-term goal of this partnership is to support access to substance use and mental health (AMH) client data from relevant health care services and programs in Alberta Health Services (AHS) for researchers and to promote innovative analytic projects.
The application form can be accessed here.
Projects supported include analyses around: