Improving Health and Quality of Life

for all Canadians living with a non-communicable chronic disease regardless of their age, ethnicity or gender. 

The Interdisciplinary Chronic Disease Collaboration (ICDC) is made up of motivated researchers who are committed to finding ways to improve the lives of people with non-communicable chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and chronic kidney disease, through the development and testing of health solutions.

Research

Research

Our research projects focus on what is most relevant and useful for patients. We engage patients in all stages of our process to deliver results beyond the research.

Health Tools

Health Tools

We have developed a number of tools to help physicians, policy makers, patients, and their families to understand and manage their chronic diseases.

Contact Us

Contact Us

We are committed to continually improving the quality of life for those with non-communicable chronic disease.

ICDC Team

Our Team

We are a dedicated group of doctors, researchers, educators and staff, who are committed to finding ways to improve the lives of people with non-communicable chronic diseases. 

Meet the Team

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UCalgary researcher, clinician receives international mentorship award

Sofia Ahmed places great value on supporting students <br /> ...

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Researchers receive $3M CIHR grant to conduct trials co-designed with patients

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Brenda Hemmelgarn to take reins as new dean of the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry

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