The GRIIS research team brings together professionals in computer science, medicine, health care and social services, law, ethics and philosophy.
The GRIIS interdisciplinary projects address critical issues — from IT and informatics to health care systems, from clinical practice to biomedical research, from law to ethics.
Society is becoming more complex. Health data is stored in many different places. Researchers and clinicians need access to this data to deliver patient-centred health care. This data is also needed to improve the quality, cost and efficiency of health care services.
What if clinicians could integrate new knowledge seamlessly into their practice?
The GRIIS conducts research that helps health systems improve health care. Quality health care is:
GRIIS researchers publish articles in computer science, informatics, law, ethics and philosophy.