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PHC Clinical Research Lifecycle Process Map & Clinical Research Standard Operating Procedures (V7) Rollout

PHC Clinical Research Lifecycle Process Map
10:00 – 11:30 am

You have a great idea for a research project, but don’t know where to start? This workshop presents the PHC research process, complete with resources, checklists, and flowcharts. Open to PHC researchers and staff.

 

Clinical Research SOP Review
12:30 – 3:00 pm
The new (version 7) SOPS are now available for your clinical research. Hear about changes and updates in this informal workshop—and cross that training requirement of your list! Open to everyone.

Download the event poster here. If you would like to attend, please register through visit Eventbrite.

Upcoming Events

Aug
21
Mon
Five-Day Workshop: Latent Growth Modelling
Aug 21 – Aug 25 all-day

This five-day intensive workshop will focus on the practical application of structural equation modeling for analysis of longitudinal data with specific applications for social and health researchers. Mornings will consist of a series of lectures and computer demonstrations covering the theory and practice of working with longitudinal data. Afternoons will include hands-on applications of specific data analysis techniques.

Aug
24
Thu
Game On: Using gamification to maximize motivation and engagement for health improvement
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

This full-day, interactive workshop is designed to provide participants with an understanding of how motivational theory and game design can engage patients, families and those working within the health care system to improve care.

Sep
11
Mon
Canada Talks Pharma 2017
Sep 11 – Sep 12 all-day

This conference will profile innovative ideas and new technologies in clinical research and thoughtful discussions in research, policies, and international regulations.

Sep
28
Thu
Western Canadian Universities Big Data Health Conference 2017: The Future of Precision Health and Big Data
Sep 28 – Sep 29 all-day

This conference is a collaborative effort among the western Canadian medical schools: University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Calgary, University of Saskatchewan, and University of Manitoba. Particular focus is being placed on the exploration of health data—how it could be used to improve the health system, precision medicine, and precision public health (and the lessons that could be learned from efforts taking place in the four provincial jurisdictions).

Oct
5
Thu
B.C. Kidney Days — Improving the Patient Experience: Choices & Balance
Oct 5 – Oct 6 all-day

BC Kidney Days brings together clinicians and administrators from across BC, other parts of Canada, and the United States to discuss the latest research, trends, clinical treatments, and surgical ​breakthroughs in kidney​ patient care.​​

Oct
12
Thu
C2E2 Annual Lecture: Abandoning Illusions, Confronting Biases
Oct 12 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

What behavioural economics tells us about strategies to improve health care.

After a century or so of social science dominance, neoclassic economists’ claims about what motivates people and what makes systems work have been knocked off their pedestal. In the past 30 years, behavioural economics has challenged the traditionalist, income maximizing assumptions of standard economic theory. It turns out we are a species of hard-wired cognitive biases, multiple reasoning strategies, and inconsistent preferences. Our decisions can be nudged by how choices are framed. This presentation will explore policies doomed to fail and suggest potentially more successful options based on an expanded view of rationality and a more nuanced understanding of what makes people tick.

About the speaker:

Steven Lewis is a health policy research consulted based in Saskatoon, and an Adjunct Professor of Health Policy at Simon Fraser University. Prior to resuming a full-time consulting practice he headed a health research granting agency and spent seven years as CEO of the Health Services Utilization Commission in Saskatchewan.

Event Poster

Health research in the heart of Vancouver