Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health (CCIRH)
The Canadian Collaboration for Immigrant and Refugee Health is a national collaboration including specialists, primary care practitioners practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and immigrant community leaders each dedicated to improving the health of immigrant and refugees.
CCIRH Knowledge Exchange Network
The CCIRH KEN is a knowledge translation project aimed at improving the health of immigrants and refugees. It is designed to provide practical evidence-based recommendations and high quality education resources to primary care practitioners and medical students, immigrant community champions and health advocates, and health and immigration policymakers.
CCIRH Evidence-Based Guidelines Project
The main objective of the CCIRH Guideline project was to develop practical evidence-basedguidelines to address preventable health issues for immigrants and refugees. A series of comprehensive papers was published at the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The project is based at the Centre for Global Health, Institute of Population Health, at the University of Ottawa and funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.