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Clinician Scientist Program PDF Print E-mail

The Department of Pediatrics at the Univeristy of Saskatchewan recently hosted a mini-symposium for trainees of the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program: "Mingling Minds Molecules and Machines: Participating Effectively in Collaborative Pediatric Research".

   

The program included a tour of the Canadian Light Source (the national synchrotron facility) and the Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Organization on the University of Saskatchewan campus. As well a session on First Nations perspectives on child health research was held at the Wanuskewin Heratige Park.   

    

The symposium provided trainees with hands-on interactive experience that will help them to appreciate the opportunities, importance, and potential challenges of participating as a collaborator and leader in interdiciplinary and transdisciplinary child health research. This symposium provided an opportunity for trainees to consider how their own current research interests could benefit from multidisciplinary collaborations.

The symposium was generously sponsored by the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program and the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation.    

To learn more about the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program visit www.cchcsp.ca 

 

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BBOP Orientation Workshop PDF Print E-mail

An Orientation Workshop for the research study titled Biologically-based Outcome Predictors in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (the BBOP study) was held in Saskatoon June 20-23, 2007.

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The Orientation Workshop provided an introduction to the BBOP study. Through a series of presentations and interactions with mock patients, investigators and study coordinators became familiar with the study protocols.

This meeting was generously supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, The Arthritis Society, The Canadian Arthritis Network and the Institute of Child and Arthritis Research, University of Saskatchewan.