POR Training Program Session 3: Challenges in Doing Patient-Oriented Research in a Changing Health Research Culture
April 5, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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.
Join us for our third session of the year as we talk about the challenges faced in Patient Oriented Research.
Hosted by the Career Development Platform of the Alberta SPOR SUPPOR Unit,
Panelist Session Including:
Michael Chibuk, Patient Representative, Myeloma Alberta Support Society
Leah Lechelt, Researcher, Alberta Cancer Foundation
Mackenzie Moir, Graduate Student, BScN, RN
Akhila Regunathan, Clinician (Anaplastologist), Institute for Reconstructive Sciences in Medicine (iRSM)
There is no cost to attend the sessions, but registration is required. The in-person sessions will take place in the following location – please select the means you plan to attend when you select your ticket:
University of Alberta – ECHA – 3-099
Online access – please register for the online access ticket by April 4th at 12:00pm. Your email address will be used to forward the link for the session prior to the event.
Note: For those in Calgary who wish to still gather, the W21C Multipurpose room (located in the TRW Building of the Foothills campus) will be hosting online participants to allow networking and meeting opportunities. While the presentation will be streamed for all who wish to attend, please bring your own laptop if you wish to participate in the online discussion. Additionally, lunch will not be provided.