COVID-19 Update

In light of the rapid developments of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, CIMVHR is committed to participating in social distancing to support the health of our staff and community at large. While Queen’s University remains open at this time, staff are encouraged to work remotely until further notice. CIMVHR continues its commitment to improving the lives of military personnel, Veterans and their families by maintaining operations; however, our office is closed to the public.  We are just an email away: please contact us at cimvhr@queensu.ca.

Our Team

The CIMVHR team is comprised of a committed group of individuals highly dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Canadian military personnel, Veterans and their families.
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Journal

The Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health (JMVFH) is an online, open access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal that was first published in 2015. JMVFH is the official journal of CIMVHR.
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Funding Opportunities

As the hub of military, Veteran and family health research in Canada, CIMVHR administers research-funding awards within the academic community on behalf of research funding organizations.
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CIMVHR Forum 2019 – Ottawa-Gatineau, Canada

October 21-23, 2019

71500

REGULAR FORCES

30000

PRIMARY RESERVES

60600

MILITARY FAMILIES

639900

VETERANS

Digital mental health as effective as in-person treatment

By Gillian Rutherford | Edmonton’s Business Read the full article here.

How military family moves are hard on children with autism

Dr. Heidi Cramm, Queen’s University, discussed the findings of her JMVFH published study that explores how military families navigate service systems […]

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