What are Methods Clusters?
What are Methods Clusters? Methods Clusters are the primary ‘science’ pillar of the BC SUPPORT Unit. The mandate of the clusters is to advance the evidence base of the scientific methods used within the areas listed below by fostering a community of methodologists to undertake projects within the context of patient-oriented research.
Methods Clusters do not directly provide service support for teams undertaking their own research projects. This type of support, for patient-oriented research projects, may be requested through the Unit by completing the service delivery inquiry form.
Methods Clusters Leads
Stirling Bryan, PhD
Scientific Director, BC SUPPORT Unit
Methods Cluster Name
|Real-world clinical trials||Dr. Hubert Wong|
|Data sciences||Dr. Leanne Currie|
|Health economics & simulation modelling||Dr. Nick Bansback and
Dr. David Whitehurst
|Knowledge translation & implementation science||Dr. Linda Li|
For more information about methods clusters, please contact Alison Hoens, Methods Clusters Knowledge Translation Specialist, or visit our unit model page.