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2nd Annual Celebrating Clinical Research Participants and Professionals at Providence Health Care

In recognition of Research Administrators Day 2019, we will take the opportunity to thank the hard-working clinical research professionals working at Providence Health Care and provide them with an occasion to discuss their profession. In addition, there cannot be research professionals without research participants and at this event we will both thank the participants and provide them with the opportunity to talk about their experience participating in research.

Research professionals and participants from:

  • Pulmonary Fibrosis/COPD Research
  • Hematology/Oncology Research
  • Anesthesia Research
  • Cardiology Research

Opening remarks from Dr. Darryl Knight, President, PHCRI

If you would like to attend, please RSVP by September 10 to communications@cheos.ubc.ca.

Upcoming Events

Sep
26
Thu
17th Annual St. Paul’s Emergency Medicine Update
Sep 26 – Sep 29 all-day

Key Speakers

THURS KEYNOTE: Best Literature of the Past Year
Grant Innes, MD, MHSc. Senior Researcher, Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Calgary

FRI KEYNOTE: Sub-Arachnoid Hemorrhage—What the ED Doc of 2019 Needs to Know
Jeff Perry, MD, MSc, CCFP-EM. Emergency Physician, Professor and Vice-Chair Research/Scholarship, Dept of Emergency Medicine The Ottawa Hospital; Research Chair, Emergency Neurological Research, The Ottawa Hospital

SAT KEYNOTE: Gender and Medicine in 2019—Where Are We? Where Can We Go? How Can We Get There?
Carolyn Snider, MD, MPH, FRCPC. Chief of Emergency Medicine, St, Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, ON

SUN KEYNOTE: Managing Stress in a High Risk Environment
Will Gadd, Gold medallist, X-Games (ice climbing), 4 time winner, Canadian National Sportclimbing Championships, paraglider, kayaker, sports enthusiast

Details and registration

Nov
20
Wed
Putting Patients First 2019: Working Together Across the Research Life Cycle
Nov 20 all-day

Putting Patients First is the annual conference of the BC SUPPORT Unit, designed to encourage learning and collaboration between patients interested in patient-oriented research (POR), health researchers, health care providers and health system decision makers.

Find out why this conference is important to patients, researchers, decision-makers and health care providers, the conference goals, and learning objectives.

Health research in the heart of Vancouver