Health Human Services Research

The Centre for Rural and Northern Research (CRaNHR) at Laurentian University conducts interdisciplinary research on health equity issues, including health human services. CRaNHR has a strong history of collaboration, innovation, and exploration surrounding health human services in rural, northern, and remote regions.

 

Our current and completed research projects in Health Human Services are outlined below and you can learn more about our NOSM Integrative Impact Innovations work here.

Current Research Streams

A Pragmatic Effectiveness-Implementation Trial to Evaluate a Hospital-to-Home Transitional Care Intervention Compared to Usual Care for Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions and Depression Community Assets Supporting Transitions (CAST) Research Study

Considering Context: Supporting decision making in rural, northern and remote health care systems.

Northern and Rural Family Physicians in Ontario: Who Are They and What Do They Do?

The contribution of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) to the number of physicians and surgeons practicing in Northern Ontario

The Priority Assistance to Transition Home (PATH) Program Study

Completed Research

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