P2 Cardiovascular Health

Person to Population Research Collaborative Group

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Your Community Needs You

Now recruiting community members for focus groups. We will use the information you provide to improve health policies and create programs to make your community healthier. 


  1. What will you do:

    • Take part in online interactive group discussions (1.5 hr)
    • Tell us about the health needs and the support needed in your community.
  2. What will you receive:

    30 $ gift card for your participation

Innovation | Collaboration | Big Data | Patient & Population Care

A research group within the Libin Cardiovascular Institute. We are a multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians committed to improving cardiovascular health in Alberta at the individual and population level. We apply our expertise to tackle some of the critical cardiovascular health issues facing patients today.


About us



We support the CV needs of people in various communities for health lives

Strengthening protective factors |  Reducing risk factors | Improving on the determinants of health

Our Strengths

P2 members integrate clinical care with population health research, which provides opportunities for community and patient engagement in research and practice. As a multidisciplinary team, we have knowledge and expertise across a breadth of issues and methods. This includes clinical research, health services research, statistics, health economics and implementation sciences.





Thematic Areas:

  • Population-Level Risk Assessment
  • Risk Prediction Modelling for Precision Medicine and Health System Projection and Forecasting
  • Social Determinants of Health, Vulnerable Populations and Social Disparities
  • Patient Care Process and Outcomes
  • Community Engagement and Patient-Centered Care

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Research

Through our research and community actions, the person to population research collaborative group aims to adhere to and promote principles of equity, diversity and inclusion outline in the Government of Canada Best Practices in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Research

What is equity?

  • Equity is defined as the removal of systemic barriers and biases enabling all individuals to have equal opportunity to access and benefit from the program.
    • To achieve this, all individuals who participate in the research ecosystem must develop a strong understanding of the systemic barriers faced by individuals from underrepresented groups (e.g., women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous Peoples, racialized minorities, individuals from the LGBTQ2+ community) and put in place impactful measures to address these barriers.

What is diversity?

  • Diversity is defined as differences in race, colour, place of origin, religion, immigrant and newcomer status, ethnic origin, ability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and age.
    • A diversity of perspectives and lived experiences is fundamental to achieving research and training excellence.

What is inclusion?

  • Inclusion is defined as the practice of ensuring that all individuals are valued and respected for their contributions and are equally supported.
    • Ensuring that all team members are integrated and supported is fundamental to achieving research and training excellence.