British Columbia Centre on Substance Use Annual Revenue, Competitors, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- British Columbia Centre on Substance Use's estimated annual revenue is currently $6.8M per year.
- British Columbia Centre on Substance Use's estimated revenue per employee is $102,000
- British Columbia Centre on Substance Use has 67 Employees.
- British Columbia Centre on Substance Use grew their employee count by 31% last year.
- British Columbia Centre on Substance Use currently has 1 job openings.
British Columbia Centre on Substance Use Competitors
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Ocean Networks ...||$11.3M||111||13%||N/A|
|E-One Moli Ener...||$6.7M||66||10%||N/A|
|Human Early Lea...||$3.7M||36||9%||N/A|
What Is British Columbia Centre on Substance Use?
The BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) is a provincially networked organization with a mandate to develop, help implement, and evaluate evidence-based approaches to substance use and addiction. The BCCSU's vision is to transform substance use policies and care in BC by translating research into education and evidence-based care guidance. By supporting the collaborative development of evidence-based policies, guidelines and standards, the BCCSU seeks to improve the integration of best practices and care across the continuum of substance use, thereby serving all British Columbians. The BCCSU seeks to achieve these goals through integrated activities of its three core functions: research and evaluation, education and training, and clinical care guidance. Research Leading an innovative multidisciplinary program of research, monitoring, evaluation and quality improvement activities to guide health system improvements in the area of substance use. Education and Training Strengthening addiction medicine education activities across disciplines, academic institutions and health authorities, and training the next generation of interdisciplinary leaders in addiction medicine. Clinical Care Guidance Developing and helping implement evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, treatment pathways and other practice support documents.keywords:N/A
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|Gregory Loeppky||Senior Director, Centre Administration|
|Samantha Robinson||Clinical Director (interim)|
|Ekaterina Nosova||Associate Director, Research Analytics|
|Ashra Kolhatkar||Project Manager|
British Columbia Centre on Substance Use News
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