Posted April 5, 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.

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.

Saskatchewan

Offered by Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research

Regina:

  • April 13, 2018: Foundations in Patient-Oriented Research (Modules 1 and 2)
    REGISTER
  • May 18, 2018: Foundations in Patient-Oriented Research (Modules 1 and 2)
    REGISTER

Saskatoon

  • April 9, 2018: Foundations in Patient-Oriented Research (Modules 1 and 2)
    REGISTER
  • May 8, 2018: Foundations in Patient-Oriented Research (Modules 1 and 2)
    REGISTER

For more information, contact Wendy Sharpe (wsharpe@hqc.sk.ca; 306-668-8810 ext. 102)