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Learn how to write a research proposal with a patient focus. In this webinar we will talk about grant writing, where to look for funding and how to meet the requirements of the NL SUPPORT funding competition.

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Dr. Deborah Gregory, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. Dr. Deborah Gregory has been part of many research projects during her career and was the chair of the NL SUPPORT Patient-Oriented Research Grant review committee of 2016. During this webinar she will share her expertise and experience in grant writing with a focus on Patient-Oriented Research Grants.

Dr. Debbie Gregory is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and a Research Associate (Health Policy) with the Translational and Personalized Medicine Initiative at Memorial University. Since 2011, she has been involved in obesity-related work including the examination of trends in obesity prevalence and use and availability of bariatric surgery as a treatment for obesity. She has also engaged in research identifying prioritization indicators from the patients' perspective for bariatric surgery and examined individuals’ weight loss expectations before surgery and their experiences 12 months after surgery. Debbie’s second research focus is related to the secondary analysis of a larger clinical database that tracks the delivery of cardiac care services such as cardiac catheterization and coronary revascularization and patient outcomes after these procedures in NL and practice/policy changes that were made or could potentially evolve from this area of work.

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