Ian Boeckh, President of GBF,  was interviewed by the Philanthropic Foundation of Canada for their October 2015 issue of Profiles in Philanthropy, discussing our approach in a public policy context. Youth Mental Health: We Have to Work Together for Change Ian Boeckh says that you need to have a collaborative mindset. “It’s a different kind of philanthropy […]

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August 1 2014

ACCESS Canada, led by Dr. Ashok Malla, has been chosen as the TRAM Network through a competitive process.  TRAM is a 5 year, $25 million partnership between CIHR and GBF that will bring about transformational change in youth and adolescent mental health. CIHR and Graham Boeckh Foundation launch mental health research network Fact Sheet – […]

January 15 2014

Three groups from Phase II were invited to continue in the network development process.  In Phase III, these groups utilize their development grants of $25,000 (per network) to build networks, partnerships and full proposals. Phase III: Full Application Summary * * Phase III: Full Applications Summary provides only a general overview of Full Application requirements. Visit the CIHR funding […]

19 groups, 6 emerging networks and 13 teams, were invited to continue participating in the core network development process and TRAM’s Strengthening Workshop. The TRAM Collaborating Selection Panel was impressed by the diversity of the participants, as well as the many new partnerships which are starting to break down silos and jurisdictional barriers across the […]

Public-private partnership that will transform Canada’s health care system Ottawa, Ontario (October 1, 2012) – The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, joined Tony Boeckh, Chair of the Graham Boeckh Foundation, and Dr. Alain Beaudet, President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), to announce the launch of the new Patient-Oriented Network in Adolescent […]

Letters of intent (LOIs) must propose a pan-Canadian network which fully addresses the scope of research and systems change described in this call. The network must propose to undertake system change in a minimum of three provinces/territories during its five years of funding. The majority of the proposed network’s leadership should be composed of groups […]