Resources and Capacity Bridging Programs

Our resources and capacity bridging programs have been designed around co-learning among Indigenous researchers, students and ICCOs (Indigenous communities, collectives and organizations), as well as established and newly allied researchers, post-secondary institutions, research infrastructures, as well as health policy groups (e.g., health authorities and ministries).

As one of our primary objectives is to increase the number of ICCOs and Indigenous researchers (students and investigators) who hold health research funds, we have developed a suite of resources and programs that support the submission of applications to BC NEIHR as well as to CIHR or other funding agencies.

Please visit our pages for specific resources and capacity bridging programs, or email the Network Coordinator ( to learn more about how we can best support you.