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Attend the 2018 Heart and Lung Health FEST this February. This event will feature special talks from distinguished speakers in the field of heart and lung health.
The full event programme is available online at fest.heartandlung.ca.
The 27th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (also known as CAHR 2018) is the premier gathering in Canada for those working in all disciplines of HIV/AIDS research, policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic.
Stay up to date on conference details: www.cahr-acrv.ca/conference.
Attend the upcoming Clinical Research Education Lunch & Learn Series for a RISe training session and meet the UBC-PHC Research Ethics Office team, Julie Hadden, Nesa Kruse and Alex Trethewey. Please bring your own lunch.
The upcoming KT Community of Practice session features SFU's Jason Toal, Interaction Designer, who will share an interactive workshop: “Drawn to Your Research: Using Visuals to Improve Academic and Non-Academic Presentations”. The workshop will guide participants through a series of fun drawing exercises designed to amplify your visual literacy. No previous drawing experience is required, only a willingness to make your marks
BC-CfE Forefront Lecture: Unraveling Molecular Barriers to HIV-1 Immune Evasion: Implications for a Vaccine and Cure
The Canadian Webinar Series on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights is a multi-phase webinar series with a focus on key aspects regarding the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV in Canada. The goal of this webinar series is to support implementation of the WHO consolidated guideline on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV.
This full-day symposium, in honour of Dr. Earl W. Davie, features presentations by local experts in vascular biology, hemostasis-thrombosis, inflammation, cardiovascular and neurovascular disease and facilitates knowledge exchange between researchers and physicians. This year's symposium focuses on cutting edge advances in the understanding and treatment of hemophilia, thrombosis, and bleeding disorders.
Do you have a research project that you’d like to share with the public? A research story that you want to tell? Do you have a research breakthrough that you think is newsworthy but not sure where to start?
Attend this media training workshop tailored to the research community! This workshop will be delivered by PHC Senior Communications Specailist Elaine Yong. Learn about the available services at Providence Health Care (PHC) to support you, and the steps you can take to get started.
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The recent CIHR Foundation Grant competition funded 63 researchers across Canada. Of these researchers, nine are from BC; two of whom are PHCRI researchers: Dr. Lindsey Richardson from the BC-CfE and Dr. Keith Walley from the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation.
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Attend the upcoming Gairdner symposium hosted by Drs. Helen Burt and Michael Hayden from UBC.
Date: Monday, October 23, 2017 from 3:30 – 6:00 pm
Location: Life Sciences Centre, Lecture Theatre 2 (LSC 2), UBC, 2350 Health Sciences Mall
This free public lecture will feature recipients of the 2017 and 2016 Canada Gairdner International Award.
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In 2016, the PHC Mental Health program began a partnership with Dr. Joseph Puyat, a Scientist at the Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcomes Science (CHÉOS), and a team of researchers and health professionals, to assess the care delivered to patients with early psychosis.
All staff and researchers are invited to attend the upcoming PHC Knowledge Translation Community of Practice meeting.
Presenting at this meeting is Alina McKay, PhD Candidate, UBC School of Population and Public Health, sharing lessons learned from her work with the Making Research Accessible Initiative on plain language summaries for sharing research findings with a variety of audiences.
PHC researchers received funding awards from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) through their 2017 Scholar Award program and their 2017 Research Trainee Award program.
Drs. Chris Carlsten and Scott Tebbutt of the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation has teamed up to identify
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Attend the upcoming Joing Heart + Lung Rounds, "Towards TB Elimination: BC and Beyond", featuring speakers Dr. James Johnston, Respiratologist and Evaluation Lead at the BC Centre for Disease Control Tuberculosis Services and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at UBC, and Dr. Jennifer Gardy, Senior Scientist at the BCCDC Communicable Disease Prevention and Control Services and Assistant Professor, School of Population and Public Health, UBC.
The UBC Office of Research Services (ORS) will be offering a lunch and learn workshop on pre- and post-award processes. This workshop is open to all UBC researchers.
Attend the 2017 C2E2 Annual Lecture, Abandoning Illusions, Confronting Biases: What Behavioural Economics Tells Us About Strategies To Improve Health Care.
This is a free lecture. More information and online registration is available on the event page.
Dr. Liam Brunham has received the Canada's Top 40 Under 40 award, honouring outstanding young leaders in business, visionaries and innovators across Canada, who inspire others to give back to their communities.
Do you have a great research idea, but not sure what to do with it?
The Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcomes Sciences (CHEOS) has launched a new section on their website, “Navigating the Clinical Process: From Ideation to Completion”, to provide guidance and support throughout the clinical research process.
PHCRI is delighted to partner with the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research on the inaugural Health Professional-Investigator Award, supporting exceptional health professionals in their research to find solutions towards challenges derived from their clinical practice settings.
This award funded 11 projects, including four researchers at Providence Health Care: