The Saudi government sought to establish a national public health agency as a critical component of its efforts to transform the country’s entire health system.
The Saudi Government aimed to create a national health research agency to strengthen the research and innovation ecosystem, support a learning healthcare system and diversify the Kingdom’s knowledge economy.
Cancer research stakeholders across Canada recognized the need for a unifying vision that would inspire collective action and prepare Canada for leadership in a rapidly evolving cancer research landscape.
The Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) needed a third-party evaluation to understand its impact to date and optimize its strategy.
The Pox-Protein Public-Private Partnership (P5) is tackling an enduring and daunting challenge: developing the world’s first HIV vaccine and ensuring it achieves maximum public health impact.
Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit (OSSU) needed to develop and pilot an evaluation tool to assess the impact of its multi-sectoral approach to patient-oriented research at the midpoint of its funding cycle.
The Canadian Cancer Research Alliance (CCRA) wanted to better understand the cancer clinical trial landscape in Canada, and in particular, the contribution of its initiatives to promoting access to trials.
The International Vaccine Institute in South Korea and the Saudi Ministry of Health required strategic and facilitation support to advance a collaborative approach to MERS-CoV vaccine development.
Assessing Operational Efficiency and Strategic Alignment of an Infectious Disease Research Institute
Shift Health was engaged to conduct an independent operational review of an infectious disease research institute funded and operated by the US and Thai governments.