Network Environments for Indigenous Health Research (NEIHR): Linkage Tool

The linkage tool form should be completed by individuals (Knowledge Users, Community Leaders, Elders and/or Knowledge Holders, community partners, researchers, patients, health care professionals, etc.) who have an interest in connecting with others in relation to the NEIHR RFA. The information provided will be shared publically and will be updated regularly.

Note that completing this form is voluntary and not a requirement of the application process for the NEIHR RFA. Also note that potential applicants are not required to contact those who have chosen to make their information available through the linkage tool.

By completing and submitting this form, you are consenting to having the responses posted, uneditedFootnote 1 and in the language of submission. You may request to have your information edited or removed at any time by sending a request to Requests for edits or removal of information will be actioned in the next update cycle. If you have requested that your name and information be removed and then chose to be reinstated on the list, it is your responsibility to fill the form again.

Should you have any questions regarding this tool, please email

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Many thanks for your interest in the NEIHR Initiative!  Please check back weekly for updated information on potential collaborators.

List of interested individuals


The information is provided in the language in which it was submitted by the respondent.

The table below shows information about researchers and individuals who are interested in sharing information and/or forging collaborations in relation to the NEIHR.

The information was provided on a volunteer basis and does not confer, in any way, any advantages in the evaluation and funding of applications.

The table will be updated weekly, on Wednesdays.

Contact info Region Category Type of collaborations you would like to establish related to the NEIHR
Yvonne Bohr
Associate Professor
416-736-2100 x 40561
York University
Researcher /
Potential Partner
Collaborations that identify contextual indicators of wellness and thriving for Inuit Youth and First Nations Youth, and their communities, and how to operationalize pathways to wellness and thriving using youth-friendly technology
Audrey Pinsonneault
Research Coordinator
Regroupement des centres d'amitié autochtones du Québec
Quebec Knowledge User / Utilisateur des connaissances
Researcher / Chercheur
Kevin Spice
Ph.D. Candidate
Manitoba Researcher /
Community Activist
Implement personal and professional development strategy with Indigenous communities to assess, design and implement their own community approaches to community issues
Morgan Phillips
Health Research, PhD
Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project
Quebec Knowledge User / Utilisateur des connaissances  
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