POR Training Program Session 8- Being a Trailblazer in Patient-Oriented Res...
The Patient-Oriented Research Training Program provides participants with a foundational understanding of Patient-Oriented Research (POR). It is intended to help equip research team members with the skills and knowledge necessary to engage meaningfully in projects that involve a POR approach.
The Training Program is open to anyone who is collaborating, or planning to collaborate, in POR. It is intended for graduate students, trainees, community and academic researchers, patients and family members, health care professionals, decision-makers, and industry and community stakeholders who are interested in learning about, or contributing to, POR in Alberta.
Sessions will involve a speaker introducing revlevant POR topic, followed by a collaborative workshop activity to further reinforce the ideas presented!
Session 8: Being a Trailblazer in Patient-Oriented Research: Challenges and Rewards
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Join us for Session #8 as we talk about leadership in Patient Oriented Research.
Hosted by the Career Development Platform of the Alberta SPOR SUPPOR Unit,
Guest Speaker: Gail MacKean MPA, PhD
Gail is a health planning, evaluation, and research consultant, in addition to being an assistant professor in the deperament of Community Health Sciences, at the University of Calgary. Additionally, she is a member of the O'Brien Insititute for Public Health. More about Gail coming soon!
There is no cost to attend the sessions, but online registration is required. The in-person sessions will take place in the following locations - please indicate the location you plan to attend when you select your ticket:
University of Calgary (Foothills Site) - W21C Multi-purpose Room, Ground floor TRW Building, 3280 Hospital Dr NW, Calgary AB
University of Alberta - ECHA 4-036
University of Lethbridge - Location TBD
Online access - please register for the online access ticket by November 29 at 12:00pm. Your email address will be used to forward the link for the session prior to the event.
We look forward to seeing you on November 30!
Stay tuned for more sessions starting in 2017!