Seven Oaks General Hospital
Seven Oaks General Hospital is home to the Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre, which is also supported philanthropically by Seven Oaks General Hospital Foundation. Seven Oaks Hospital provides the space, the connection to patient care, and a strong relationship with Wellness Institute, which, like the Chronic Disease Innovation Centre is focused on prevention and management of chronic disease with focused interventions for patients and the community.
Manitoba Renal Program
The Manitoba Renal Program is a key clinical partner of Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre. Current Principal Investigators are nephrologists working with the Manitoba Renal Program at Seven Oaks General Hospital. Many of our collaborators and catalysts for research work with the Manitoba Renal Program and together they bring ideas for improvements in care to patients across the province. We work with MRP to manage the Electronic Kidney Health Record. This partnership provides a rich research data pool and enables us to perform data reporting for the MRP.
Research Manitoba provides funds for research in the health, natural and social sciences, engineering and the humanities in Manitoba through a number of grants and awards programs from moneys received from the Province. Many of the research projects pursued by Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre are supported by Research Manitoba funding including programs such as: New Investigator Operating Grants and Mid-Career Operating Grants, and salary support for trainees through Clinical Fellowships, Co-ordinated Postdoctoral Fellowships, and Co-ordinated Graduate Studentships.
University of Manitoba Rady Faculty of Health Sciences
The University of Manitoba Rady Faculty of Health Sciences is a key academic partner of Seven Oaks Hospital Chronic Disease Innovation Centre. Principal investigators at the Chronic Disease Innovation Centre are Associate Professors at the University of Manitoba Rady Faculty of Medical Sciences which protects some of their time for medical research and supports the mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students. Many of the research team members are also employed through the University of Manitoba supported by research project grants held by the University.