CCRF Professorship at Dalhousie
July 4, Halifax, NS
– The CCRF Dalhousie University Professorship in Epidemiology has been awarded
to Dr. Jill Hayden, DC, PhD.
Dr. Hayden has worked
and published extensively in the areas of prognostic research, musculoskeletal
health and systematic review methods.
She has received both federal and provincial funding including a recent
CIHR Knowledge Synthesis grant for investigating psychological predictors of
chronic pain in children and adolescents as well as an NSHRF grant aimed at
enhancing systematic reviews and evidence-informed health care decision making
through increasing Cochrane Collaboration activities in the province of Nova
Scotia. Dr. Hayden is the principal investigator for the Nova Scotia Cochrane
Dr. Hayden began her
work, within this new professorship funded by Dalhousie University
in partnership with the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF), on
July 1, 2011. The professorship is based within the Dalhousie Faculty of
Medicine, a flagship Canadian medical training facility and research centre.
The professorship builds upon the CCRF research program aimed at establishing
professorships and research chairs in universities throughout Canada.
Congratulations to the
CCRF for working successfully in conjunction with Dalhousie University
and to Dr. Jill Hayden for being awarded the professorship that is the result
of their partnership.
Source, Ontario Chiropractic
Association News, July 2011