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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Learn through 3 different examples of clinical trials in Bone Marrow Transplant /Cell Therapy during this thoughtful webinar prepared by Dr. Donna Wall, section head of blood and marrow transplant / cell therapy program at SickKids in Toronto, Ontario. - Dr. Donna Wall
Dr. Tom Blydt-Hansen is our third speaker for CDTRP's Cross-Cutting Priorities Webinar Series. Improving Canadian pediatric research outlooks and perspectives, as well as what's currently happening in the field is all brought up in this well-prepared and thoughtful presentation. Enjoy!
The importance of sex and gender in research is paramount in transplantation and donation. Why? Enjoy this webinar explaining the importance of thorough research by including sex and gender. - Dr. Bethany J. Foster
This is the first of the CDTRP Cross-Cutting Priorities Webinar Series, which will discuss the necessary priorities in donation and transplantation research, including Sex and Gender. Enjoy a world expert, Dr. Anette Melk, from Hannover, Germany, deliver the importance of how sex and gender affect transplantation.