Posted May 28, 2018
Sex, Gender and Health Research
There is significant evidence to demonstrate that biological and social differences between women and men contribute to differences in their health. CIHR has developed learning tools to help applicants and peer reviewers better account for sex and gender in health research.
- How to integrate sex and gender into research
- Impacts of integrating sex and gender in research
- How CIHR is supporting the integration of SGBA
- Progress update: SGBA in action at CIHR
Patient-Oriented Research Training
Training sessions in patient-oriented research are being offered by provincial SPOR SUPPORT Units and national SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease. Upcoming training opportunities across Canada are listed below.
CHILD-BRIGHT Summer Learning Series
The CHILD-BRIGHT Network is hosting several free webinars this summer that are open to anyone with an interest in learning more about patient-oriented research.
CHILD-BRIGHT and Canada’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research
Thursday, June 7 | More info
Exploring Some of the Barriers, Drivers, and Benefits of Public Participation in Research
Thursday, July 5 | More info
How is Patient Engagement Incoporated into a Research Project?
Thursday, July 26 | More info
Patient Engagement in Action: A Case Study in Patient-Oriented Research
Thursday, August 9 | More info