STRATEGY FOR PATIENT ORIENTED RESEARCH (SPOR) EVIDENCE ALLIANCE: A Canadian Model to Build Learning Health Systems Our experience in a series of four papers.
View Now
Learn more about Nicole and the work she is leading. McGill University
2021 Seed Grant Recipient Spotlight
Nicole George, PhD Student

Learn More
Learn more about Ghazal and the work she is leading. Unity Health Toronto
Diabetes Action Canada
Postdoctoral Fellow
2021 Seed Grant Recipient Spotlight
Ghazal Fazli, PhD

Learn More
Looking For Research-Based Evidence? The SPOR Evidence Alliance can help gather information from research evidence in a systematic and transparent way to answer your health-related questions. Ask a Question COVID-19 Evidence Synthesis The SPOR Evidence Alliance has been responding to decision-maker request for timely and up-to-date synthesis of scientific evidence on COVID-19. Continue Reading Right Review* Our tool now features more knowledge
synthesis methods, guidance, and examples!
*Formerly known as ‘What Review is Right for You?’ Available Now

Welcome to Our Alliance!

The Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Evidence Alliance is a partnership between researchers, patients and members of the public, healthcare providers, health system managers, policy-makers, and other decision-makers across Canada (and beyond) who are committed to building a Canadian health system that is increasingly informed and improved using the best available health research evidence.

The SPOR Evidence Alliance is jointly funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) under the SPOR initiative and 41 partners from public and not-for-profit sectors across Canada. Together, we work towards creating a collaborative research environment that is centred around patients and health system decision-makers as part of Canada’s SPOR initiative.

At a Glance


What We Do

We respond to decision-maker research priorities and needs in knowledge synthesis, guideline development, and knowledge translation

Learn more »

We offer a range of courses and workshops for individuals who develop or use knowledge synthesis, guidelines, and knowledge translation products

Learn more »

We advance the science and application of knowledge synthesis, guidelines, and knowledge translation activities

Learn more »
Latest Tweets

Have you read @FACETSJournal newly complete @SPORAlliance Collection on building rapid-learning #healthsystems in Canada? Topics include patient engagement, health system partnerships, supporting decision-makers and more!
Take a look: https://buff.ly/3tM7NGQ @ATricco @KTCanada

This FREE @JBIEBHC LIVE event focuses on getting evidence into practice in aged care and acute care settings.
#AgedCare #AcuteCare #JBISolutionRoom
#JBI_EINetwork
9 -11am ACST on 7 June – get it in your calendar now!!
Register at http://ow.ly/bbec50J5Xe1

Load More...
Follow us!