We are pleased to invite you to attend our virtual network update and poster session on Thursday, June 4 at 12:00 p.m. PDT / 3:00 p.m. EDT.
This special one-hour webinar will include a brief “state of the network” update followed by four poster presentations highlighting patient-oriented research activities taking place across Can-SOLVE CKD (see descriptions below). These posters were accepted for presentation at the 2020 Canadian Society of Nephrology Annual General Meeting, and we are excited to share them with you virtually. Following the presentations, you will have a chance to connect with the authors during a question and answer period.
Presented on behalf of the Canadian Nephrology Trials Network. With its new vision and committee structure, CNTN aims to promote a culture of collaboration within the Canadian kidney community and integrate patients into research.
KidneyLink and KidneyPro: Online Resources to Enhance Patient Engagement in Kidney Research
These two platforms show promise as strategies to increase patients’ involvement in all aspects of the research process by linking them to opportunities for participating in research and enhancing their understanding of patient-oriented kidney research in Canada.
Enhancing Patient Care by Partnering with Patients in Kidney Health Research
We have witnessed a shift in the culture of nephrology research in Canada paralleling the broader movement toward patient-oriented research.
A Learning Pathway to Foster Better Indigenous Cultural Competence within Canadian Health Research
Presented on behalf of the Wabishki Bizhiko Skaanj Learning Pathway Working Group. Wabishki Bizhiko Skaanj represents a novel learning platform for Indigenous cultural safety in Canadian health research.