CIHER’s capabilities are in system sciences, public health equity research, impact assessment and evaluation, health economics, evidence reviews and translation/advocacy. It offers opportunities in research capacity strengthening and education to build the next generation of researchers. CIHER aims to ensure that Indigenous nations gain full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives.
- Full membership is offered to CQUni staff members or adjunct researchers who conduct Indigenous Health Equity Research and contribute to CIHER research grants and publications. Full members have the right to and are encouraged to claim CIHER as an affiliation on their publications and grants and participate in CIHER collaborative opportunities and activities.
- Associate membership is offered to non-CQUni staff and non-adjunct researchers who conduct Indigenous Health Equity Research; and CQU staff members or students interested in Indigenous Health Equity Research