Weeneebayko Area Health Authority works to transform health care with support of UHN

Transform HF, a U of T institutional strategic initiative focused on digital innovation for heart failure care, is also supporting efforts to bring health care closer to home for the region's communities

Designing for Equity: New Grant Advances Digital Innovation for Equitable Heart Failure Care

TRANSFORM HF has been awarded a $1.65 million 6-year NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) grant to train the next generation of digital health innovators to design for equity. "Translating Cardiovascular Remote Diagnostic and Monitoring Technologies for Equitable Healthcare," or CaRDM Eq, is the first training program of its kind, and one of only 20 initiatives being funded through the national NSERC CREATE program.

Tackling heart failure with a dose of technology: Groundbreakers S2 Ep.3 

In Ep. 3 of the Groundbreakers video series, host Ainka Jess explores how researchers with Transform HF, an institutional strategic initiative formed through a partnership between U of T and the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research, are helping to save lives by getting critical heart failure tools in the hands of patients across the country, including Indigenous communities in the North.

On-the-Land Indigenous Education Program

September 15 - September 17 FREE Open to TRANSFORM HF trainees, investigators, patients and community partners, this unique three-day On-the-Land Indigenous Education program will enhance culturally-safe, strengths-based and healing-informed clinical and research practices. Dr. Angela Mashford-Pringle and Elders and Knowledge Keepers will lead TRANSFORM HF members in conversations that centre the Land-as-teacher, Indigenous Land-based pedagogies, and the […]

Introducing TRANSFORM HF: Digital Innovation for Heart Failure Care

by Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research | May 3, 2021 | News A new partnership between the University of Toronto and the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research is forging new collaborations and designing new technologies to reimagine how high-quality, digital approaches to heart failure can be equitably delivered to all Canadians.  Heart failure affects at least one million […]

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