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2021-2023 Call for Research Proposals, including a Mental Health priority area
Dialogue McGill regularly posts calls for research proposals that address the interrelationships between language and access to health care, as well as to health-related social services (e.g., psychology, social work, speech pathology, communication disorders, among others). Supporting these projects is possible thanks to the continued financial support of Health Canada, which, for almost 20 years, has funded important and innovative research on linguistic issues in healthcare and social service provision through the HCALM (Health Care Access for Linguistic Minorities) Network – an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional community of researchers. This initiative constitutes the research capacity of the larger Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project (TRHP) known as Dialogue McGill.
The 2021-2023 Special Call for Research Proposals is now closed.
The deadline to submit a proposal to Dialogue McGill was September 10th, 2021.
- Research projects focused on exploring the relationships between language and access to health and/or social services were eligible.
- Projects focusing on the intersection of language and mental health provision received special consideration for this call.
- For further information and instructions on how to apply, please see the application form.
- For any inquiries regarding the program and/or application process, please send an email to research.dialoguemcgill [at] mcgill.ca.