The OCRD and CRCHS are private for-profit organizations delivering support and services to educators and researchers in Canada and around the world.
The Canadian Research Centre for Humanities and Science was established in 2013. In partnership with research institutions, community organizations, enterprises, and foundations, CRCHS provides a variety of programs to support and promote education and research development, including educational programs for students, financial support for researchers, international education projects, and scientific publications.
The publications of the association include the proceedings publication which is a refereed publication and features presentations given at the various conferences and seminars.
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To work for future generations
Scientific integrity and excellence
Respect and equity in the workplace
This section of the workshops and Training Courses provide a presentation of the various trends and types of approaches now being utilized by universities and colleges across the world to provide continuing education studies.
Current methods for delivering Continuing Education Studies
Current Trends and New Approaches in Continuing Education: Best Practice Lessons of Experience.
Factors Contributing To Success On On-Line Courses
Virtual Classrooms: Teaching and Learning Online.
Conducts and supports user-driven research on patient safety and health care quality measurement, reporting, and improvement.
Develops and disseminates reports and information on health care quality measurement, reporting, and improvement.
Collaborates with stakeholders across the health care system to implement evidence-based practices, accelerating and amplifying improvements in quality and safety for patients.
Assesses our own practices to ensure continuous learning and improvement for the Center and its members.
Canadian International Journal of Social Science and Education
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public, supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.