Since 1992, CRaNHR has been dedicated to conducting research on health workforce issues, health needs, access to quality health care and health outcomes for northern, and rural populations, with a growing focus on Indigenous and Francophone populations. CRaNHR is part of Canada’s Strategy for Patient Oriented Research (SPOR) and is one of 12 Ontario SPOR Support Unit (OSSU) Research Centres. CRaNHR is committed to the creation of new knowledge pertinent to the health of northern Ontarians and its timely dissemination and implementation.
Key Strategic Directions
Our commitment to excellence in research that is inclusive and receptive to the needs, realities, sensitivities, and cultural safety of all stakeholders.
To develop and engage in genuine, respectful,
productive, and meaningful relationships for the
mutual benefit of all stakeholders in co-creating new
knowledge through joint research.
Our dedication to reliable, timely, and trustworthy knowledge production.
To uphold our core values, maintain research quality, and build local capacity to support future research.