Share your thoughts: Public Health Agency of Canada Science Strategy

From: Public Health Agency of Canada

Current status: Open

Opened on May 8, 2024 and will close to new input on June 10, 2024.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) produces and uses science to guide its public health programs, guidance and practice. Science is a recognized core component to any credible, evidence-informed public health system. Public health practice draws from many areas of science such as:

The agency is seeking public input to develop its first Science Strategy. Consultations will help organize the agency's science work around a common vision and gain insight on how science can best support public health in Canada.

Join in: How to participate

Participate by online questionnaire.
All responses are anonymous.

Send us an email.
Send an email to VOS-VS@phac-aspc.gc.ca with your ideas or comments.

Who is the focus of this consultation

We're seeking input from:

Key questions for discussion

The Public Health Agency of Canada wants to know how you perceive, contribute to or use its science. This includes insights on how scientific evidence should be produced, shared, and integrated into public health decision-making across Canada. The agency is also seeking views on:

We are seeking your ideas and inputs on 4 themes:

We will use the input gathered through this process to develop the Public Health Agency of Canada's Science Strategy.

Related information

Contact us

Science Strategy, Office of the Chief Science Officer
130 Colonnade Rd
A.L. 6501H
Ottawa ON K1A 0K9

Telephone: 1-844-280-5020
email: VOS-VS@phac-aspc.gc.ca

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