About

The BC Environmental and Occupational Health Research Network (BCEOHRN)  was founded in 2005 through an award from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. BCEOHRN is now a not-for-profit organization of BC researchers and information users that aims to:

    1. Improve research capacity through enabling inter-institutional collaboration to develop innovative research ideas.
    2. Support students through mentorship and other activities.
    3. Improve knowledge transfer by hosting one meeting each year that brings together stakeholders (researchers, educators, policy makers, trainees) to address environmental and occupational health issues that are priorities to British Columbians.

 

Core Activities

– Information sharing
– Building connections
– Support services
– Member-driven activities
– Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE)

 

BCEOHRN’s Primary Success Factors

– Active Membership
– Geographic Relationship-Building
– Diverse Board of Directors & Leadership
– Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE)
– Low overheads
– Forward Strategic Planning
– Performance Measurement

Membership

The Network is currently comprised of over 1,000 members from across the province. Detailed information about our members can be viewed at our members’ database available by clicking the button at the top of any page on our website. Members are:
• University-based and community-based researchers from many disciplines
• Research trainees and students
• People who work in environmental and occupational health fields, and are interested in research
• Service providers
• Policy-makers, including local and regional health authority representatives

 

Join Us!

Researchers, students and users of research affiliated with projects in environmental/occupational health in British Columbia are invited to sign up as members of the Network (free!) to enjoy membership benefits.

Members are invited to submit web site content ideas to the Webmaster.