Past Webinars

Interventions for Improving Medication Adherence in Solid Organ Recipients

Dr. Lisa Mellon Dr. Lisa Mellon is a health psychologist, and has been a lecturer in RCSI since 2014. She has held postdoctoral research positions on projects assessing the quality of care for smoking cessation services in Irish hospitals, and with the ASPIRE-S Study (Action on Secondary Prevention Interventions and Rehabilitation in Stroke). [...]

2021-11-23T08:41:48-05:00November 23rd, 2021|Categories: 2021 Series, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Implementation – Knowledge Translation, Dissemination and Update

Cynthia Isenor, Health Services Director for Critical Care, Nova Scotia Health Cynthia Isenor is the Health Services Director for Critical Care Services and Legacy of Life at Nova Scotia Health. Prior to moving home, Cynthia worked in Ontario as a registered nurse; beginning her critical care career in Kingston General Hospital and [...]

2021-11-19T13:29:11-05:00June 29th, 2021|Categories: 2021 Series, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Intersectionality in Health Research

Dr. Olena Hankivsky, PhD Dr. Olena Hankivsky (Professor) B.A. (Toronto), M.A. PhD (Western Ontario) specializes in public policy and political theory and has a particular interest in gender, intersectionality, and social and health policy. Dr. Hankivsky is a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Gender and Health Research Chair and a Michael Smith [...]

2021-11-19T13:28:21-05:00May 25th, 2021|Categories: 2021 Series, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

CDTRP Special Webinar: Third dose of COVID-19 Vaccination in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients

About Dr. Dima Kabbani Dr. Dima Kabbani is an Assistant Professor in the division of infectious diseases at the University of Alberta. Her clinical focus is infections in the immunocompromised host. She is the education lead for the transplant Infectious diseases fellowship program at the University of Alberta. Her research areas include [...]

2021-11-19T13:36:04-05:00October 12th, 2021|Categories: General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Virtual Research Ethics: Ethical Issues Conducting Research in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dr. Charles Weijer, CmdSc, MsC, PhD – Bioethics, Research Ethics Charles Weijer is a professor of medicine, epidemiology & biostatistics, and philosophy at Western University in London, Canada. Charles is an internationally recognized expert in research ethics. His publications on the duty of care in clinical research, the ethical analysis of study [...]

2021-11-19T13:27:40-05:00April 27th, 2021|Categories: 2021 Series, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Mixed Methods Study: Let’s talk quantitative and qualitative!

Dr. Rhiannon Reed, Assistant Professor of Surgery, University of Alabama Comprehensive Transplant Institute I am an epidemiologist/outcomes researcher by training and have been working in transplant health services research at UAB under the mentorship of Dr. Jayme Locke since 2013. I completed my Doctor of Public Health in April 2019 and joined [...]

2021-11-19T13:26:45-05:00April 20th, 2021|Categories: 2021 Series, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Holidays on Ice: Precautions around COVID-19 during the holiday season

Holidays on Ice: Precautions around COVID-19 during the holiday season Enjoy this 90-minute webinar, with 5 experts discussing the holidays during COVID-19. Topics included: communication with family members about limitations during the holiday season, self-care during the winter months and fun ideas for spending the holidays at home. The speakers included Dr. Susan Abbey, [...]

2020-12-10T18:22:21-05:00December 7th, 2020|Categories: Featured, General, Past Webinars, Webinars|

Setting urgent health research priorities for Indigenous, rural and remote populations in Canada

Dr. Karen Yeates speaks of setting urgent health research priorities for Indigenous, rural and remote populations in Canada and the balance between the perspectives and needs of communities with those of health researchers. Introductions: Vikas Sridhar, CDTRP Trainee Karen Yeates, MD, MPH is a Professor of Medicine at Queen’s University [...]

2020-04-06T20:04:22-05:00April 3rd, 2020|Categories: Past Webinars, Webinars|

Sask. First Nations and Métis Organ Donation and Tx Think Tank: Lessons Learned

Learn about Dr. Caroline Tait's experience in being the organizer of a Saskatchewan-based First Nations and Métis Think Tank on Organ Donation and Transplantation. The think tank is made up of Elders/Knowledge Keepers, peoples with lived experience and health care professionals in Saskatchewan. Dr. Caroline Tait is a member of [...]

2020-02-27T14:40:48-05:00February 25th, 2020|Categories: Past Webinars, Webinars|

Frailty and Physiologic Reserve

Join us for the fifth webinar in the research cross-cutting priority series. This is part of the research priority: Pediatric, Adolescent and Elderly. Dr. Segev will examine age as a factor in being an organ donor or recipient and discuss the definitions of physiologic reserve and how they factor in to defining [...]

2020-02-27T14:29:17-05:00January 27th, 2020|Categories: Past Webinars, Webinars|
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