Secondary Analysis for Generating Evidence (SAGE) is pleased to announce five research teams as Secondary Funding Use Grant winners for 2017-2018. The grant provides $5000 to successful applications to undertake research utilizing research data that is stored and managed by SAGE.
One of the winning teams, from left to right: Jennifer Zwicker, Shainur Premji, and Dhwani Debjani Paul
The 2017-2018 winners are:
|Kamala Adhikari Dahal||Does anxiety and depression during pregnancy influence the relationship between neighbourhood socioeconomic status and preterm birth?|
|Shelby Yamamoto||Investigating the effects of tobacco smoke exposure, maternal stress and the risk of preterm birth and low birth weight in Calgary, Alberta: A nested case-control study|
|James Sanders||Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of prenatal alcohol exposure and effects|
|Peter Choate||A secondary data analysis of emerging stigma in the What Albertans Know about FASD|
|Jennifer Zwicker||Family planning and healthcare provider practice patterns in Alberta: Are they aligned with the Ready or Not provincial campaign? A health administrative study using the All Our Babies data|
The purpose of SAGE’s Secondary Data Use Grant is to ensure that existing datasets can be fully utilized to generate new research findings and encourage new analytics methods. Another goal of the grant is to build capacity and collaborative opportunities amongst trainees, researchers, community organizations, and policymakers.
If you have any questions about the SAGE Secondary Use Grant, please contact the SAGE team at email@example.com