Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR)

Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research

Program Summary

The Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) is a partnership of organizations that support patient-oriented research in Saskatchewan. SCPOR’s objectives are to:
• Identify and address the needs of patients and knowledge users by facilitating patient-oriented research;
• Provide multidisciplinary methodological expertise in patient-oriented research;
• Assist decision makers and investigators to identify and design research studies, conduct statistical analyses, manage data, provide and teach project management skills, and ensure studies meet regulatory standards;
• Advance methods and training in comparative effectiveness research and develop the next generation of methodologists;
• Facilitate access to Saskatchewan health data and integrate existing or new databases;
• Provide traineeships for University students interested in hands-on experience in patient-oriented research

Eligible Recipients

Does not provide funding.

Contact Information

St. Andrew’s College, Room 212
1121 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK
S7N 0W3
306 966-8745