The Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) engages with clinicians, researchers, and policy makers to better understand primary care efficiencies and gaps to improve health care for Canadians.
The CPCSSN steering committee is made up of science and clinical co-chairs, Dr. Sabrina Wong (University of British Columbia) and Dr. David Barber (Queen’s University), and regional network directors.
CPCSSN has 14 regional networks, each of which are led by a Network Director and their network advisory committees which provide guidance on key local network issues, including policy and strategic advice. Each network advisory committee is made up of practicing primary care clinicians and researchers.
CPCSSN is committed to research that will provide sound evidence for rational primary care and public health practice and is free of any funding which may prejudice these goals.