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October 27, 2017

CHI Training and Events

CHI runs more than 140 training events every year. From leadership training to platform-specific workshops and grand rounds.

In This Issue...

Public Lecture: Patient Informed Consent in Clinical Research

International Speaker Seminar Series

Introduction to New Online Tool for Patient/Public Engagement in Health Research

CRINGe Speaker Series: Good Source Documentation Practices in Clinical Research

Grand Rounds/Webinar: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

KT Canada National Seminar Series - November 9

Workshop: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis Nov 2017

Genetic Epidemiology/Bioinformatics Open House

PLI: Leadership Strategies for Sustainable Physician Engagement - January 2018

The Fallout: Research & Practical Tips for Preventing Falls

Antibiotic Awareness Week - Choosing Wisely Canada

Public Lecture: Patient Informed Consent in Clinical Research

On October 31—in partnership with CancerCare Manitoba and University of Manitoba, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Internal Medicine—the George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) hosted a thought-provoking public lecture on Patient Informed Consent in Clinical Trials.

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International Speaker Seminar Series

November 3 - CIHR STAGE aims to expose trainees to high-calibre international research and foster a cohesive research community of genetic epidemiologists, statistical geneticists and bioinformatician in Canada through this series, and in the context of genetic epidemiology, statistical genetics and bioinformatics research.

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Introduction to New Online Tool for Patient/Public Engagement in Health Research

November 8 - In response to feedback from Manitoban health researchers, the George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation process mapped patient/public engagement throughout all phases and stages of the health research process. This mapping project formed the basis of a new online tool which will help health researchers, policy/decision makers, professionals and community organizations explore different levels of engagement at each stage and phase of the research process, and potential participatory approaches that can be utilized. Come learn more about this exciting new tool at this upcoming Lunchtime Learning Series.

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CRINGe Speaker Series: Good Source Documentation Practices in Clinical Research

November 9 - This presentation is aimed at clinical research staff who are involved in generating any type of clinical research data at a research site. It will accentuate the core elements of capturing the research data including medical notes, study prescriptions, AEs, regulatory documentation, good filing practices, etc. The presentation is relevant for Study Coordinators, Study Nurses, Principal Investigators, Co-investigators/sub-Investigators, and any other research site staff who are delegated study duties.

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Grand Rounds/Webinar: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

November 29 - Privilege, Oppression and Allyship: An Introduction for Health Researchers This session uses humour and day-to-day examples to introduce the ideas of privilege and oppression and why they matter for everyone and especially people concerned about health.

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KT Canada National Seminar Series - November 9

November 9 - The value of human-centered design when creating KT strategies Learning objectives: After participation in this lecture participants will be able to: - Describe the Human centered design approach, it process and characteristics - Compare a KT process and a Human centered design process - Apply some Human centered design concepts to plan KT strategies

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Workshop: What every health researcher needs to know about health equity: Privilege, Oppression and Allyship

November 29 - Why Privilege, Oppression and Allyship Matter for Health Equity: An Interactive Workshop WORKSHOP SPACE IS LIMITED Registration deadline: November 24, 2017 Cost: $50.00

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Advanced Topics in Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

November 24 - Please contact the Knowledge Synthesis Platform at Knowledge.Synthesis@umanitoba.ca for information

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Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis Nov 2017

November 20-22 - Learning Objectives: 1. To understand the role of systematic reviews in health-care decision making from a clinical, health policy and health system perspective. 2. To understand the process of systematic reviewing – from inception to publication (preparing a review question, protocol, search methods, data extraction forms, data management, analysis, reporting and updating). 3. To become familiar with a variety of knowledge synthesis products including scoping reviews, overviews of systematic reviews, systematic reviews of observational studies and qualitative reviews.

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Genetic Epidemiology/Bioinformatics Open House

November 30 - Questions and Answers related to bioinformatics, genetic epidemiology and statistical genetics

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PLI: Leadership Strategies for Sustainable Physician Engagement - January 2018

January 11 - Physician engagement is vital to the success of Canadian health reform. This program provides physicians with the knowledge, skills and abilities – and the opportunity – to use those attributes to construct an action plan. Participants can become active leaders, bringing about effective physician engagement wherever they work - whether as clinicians in primary or hospital care or as system administrators.

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The Fallout: Research & Practical Tips for Preventing Falls

November 6 - In older adults, falls are a leading cause of injuries, depression, and death. Yet there are many ways to reduce the risk. In this panel, experts from the Centre on Aging’s Falls Prevention Research Group will discuss what causes people to fall and strategies you can use in your daily life to prevent falls.

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Antibiotic Awareness Week - Choosing Wisely Canada

November 13 - 17 - Every year, over 25 million antibiotic prescriptions are written for human consumption in Canada, 30-50% of which are estimated to be unnecessary.

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