AMS Healthcare is very pleased to announce the 2022 awardees in our Compassion and AI Grants funding program. These six remarkable scientists in our 3rd cadre of recipients, and their multidisciplinary teams, were selected by an external expert review panel and join the sixteen other projects we have funded in 2020 and 2021. Their collective work will help transform healthcare by ensuring that technologies are enabling of healthcare’s compassionate purpose.
This innovative granting program willsupport research, knowledge translation and spread and scale activities. It has been designed to promote collaboration across disciplines and professions, and to engage the healthcare community in the exploration and evaluation of topics related to compassion and technology.
“The projects these teams are engaged in will have enormous impact” states AMS CEO Helen Angus “They show us that technology, healthcare and compassion can be allies in the reimagining of healthcare.”
Clinician-Scientist & Associate Professor, Queen’s University
Postdoctoral Fellow, Women’s College Hospital
AMS works to advance a Canadian healthcare system through innovation and technology while remaining rooted in compassion and our medical history. We convene networks, develop leaders, and fund crucial activities in medical history, healthcare research, education, and clinical practice. Our work helps improve care for all Canadians.
More than a million dollars in funding is available on November 1st for the 2023 Compassion and AI funding program including fellowships and grants. For more information: https://ossu.ca/resources/ams-healthcare/ams-fellowships/