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Centre for Research in Integrated Care

About CRIC

Priorities

The Centre for Research in Integrated Care (CRIC) is a living laboratory that develops and evaluates patient-centred integrated models of care for individuals with complex care needs and their families.

Patients with complex care needs require additional and various health care services compared to the average population. They also require a high degree of coordinated care.

Evidence shows that these individuals and their families have better outcomes when they have access to community-based health services and can receive co-ordinated care from health care providers and other relevant support systems.

Partners

University of New Brunswick

The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is Canada's oldest English-language university.

Founded in 1785, this multi-campus institution strives to build a better world. Our researchers are active in a diverse array of subjects ranging from social and government policy to the development of innovative technologies in many scientific fields.

New Brunswick Health Research Foundation

The New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) seeks to co-ordinate, support and promote health research in New Brunswick. Their vision is to enhance a healthy and prosperous New Brunswick through excellence in health research and innovation while providing leadership and support to build health research capacity, improve the health of New Brunswickers and advance the knowledge economy.

New Brunswick Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations Network

The New Brunswick Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (NB PIHCI) Network is a research hub that facilitates the advancement of evidence-based primary health care in New Brunswick and across Canada. The Network serves as a platform to engage and connect citizens, clinicians, policy-makers, social and medical organizations, and researchers.