The Canadian Priority Setting Research Network (CPSRN)’s vision is to strengthen the Canadian health system by enhancing research capacity and improving health care priority setting. The CPSRN’s premise is that health systems consist of their constituent institutions, and priority setting occurs within these institutions. Improvements in the system require studying and making improvements at the local level, then sharing those lessons nationally and globally.
MRC-PLEP Program on Life Sciences, Ethics and Policy:
The Program on Life Sciences, Ethics and Policy works at the nexus of life sciences, the developing world and entrepreneurship. They use scholarly research to help move health technologies from “lab to the village”. The McLaughlin-Rotman Centre for Global Health is based at the University Health Network and the University of Toronto. It is located in the MaRS Discovery District.