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A: Good Management

Learning Objectives: To develop skills at proper hiring of new employees. To recognize human resource and interactive issues. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] You, as a new Principal Investigator (PI), have been given Start-up Funds by your Department or Research Institute…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

B: Conflict of Interest

[cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] You are a clinician-scientist working in gastroenterology. You started in this position 5 years ago and have managed to become involved as an active member on a national advisory committee for the development of guidelines for…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

C: Health Clinician Scientist/Researcher

Amy McCarthy and Brittany Robertson met during their undergraduate studies in occupational and physical therapy at the University of Alberta. Following graduation, Amy began her career as a pediatric physical therapist at the Alberta Children's Hospital and Brittany worked in…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

D: Case Reports: Process and Ethics

Melissa is a pediatric resident and is looking for opportunities to develop a research component to her career. She has admitted a teenage boy with progressive swelling of the neck and face. The presumed diagnosis is sclerodema. Further testing shows…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

E: Authorship Navigating the ‘Rock

Learning Objectives: To learn about attribution of authorship in manuscript publication. To determine what constitutes misconduct or misattribution of authorship. To explore effective methods of communication with multiple stakeholders with varying levels of power. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Dr. Robert…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

1: Wheezing in Winnipeg

Learning Objectives: Appreciate various study designs (quantitative and qualitative) to address a hypothesis. Identify the various ethical considerations of each design. Choose an exposure definition and a disease definition that you would use in your study and evaluate the relationship…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

2: Applying for a Post-doctoral Fellowsh

Learning Objectives: Prepare yourself to apply for a clinician scientist training program. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Peter van der Hoek, originally from Gouda in the Netherlands completed his undergraduate and training in human movement sciences at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

3: Workplace Dilemmas and Company Contra

Learning Objectives: Develop skills to deal with workplace issues while keeping calm and find where to go for help. Understand the basic terms and conditions of a confidentiality agreement Understand differences between sponsor-initiated vs. researcher-initiated research. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"]…
  • Duration 1-2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

4: No Rash Decision

Learning Objectives: To understand differences in conducting investigations for the purpose of clinical, public health or research objectives. To develop an analytic approach to the investigation of an outbreak. To understand privacy and ethical issues on the use of a…
  • Starts From June 28, 2017

5: Clinical Trials and Clinical Patient

Learning Objectives: To become familiar with the laws and policies governing human subject research and clinicians conducting research. To understand the distinct roles and responsibilities of a researcher and clinician. To appreciate when a clinician may be in a conflict…
  • Duration 1- 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

6: Clinical Trial and Toxicity

Learning Objectives: To become familiar with the ethical issues for involvement of children in research that involves risk. To understand the requirements for use of human tissue. To become familiar with the rules and obligations in contracts and appreciate your…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

7: Misadventures in New England

Learning Objectives: To understand the ethical requirements for use of human tissue for research purposes. To appreciate the requirements for published authorship. To prepare an appropriate reaction to possible misconduct in research. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Victoria's second major research…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

8.1: Recruitment Negotiations and Mentor

Learning Objectives: To understand the process for recruitment to an academic clinical department. To identify criteria to help you make a career decision. To develop skills in contract negotiation. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Peter van der Hoek and Victoria Smith…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

8.2: Recruitment Negotiations – Ge

Learning Objectives: Understand the processes that may be followed if one suspects they have suffered from gender inequity. [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Victoria is quite disappointed to see the difference between her recruitment package and Peter's and wonders if ths…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

8.3: Recruitment Negotiations – Li

Objectives: Discuss the impact of parenthood on research careers and avenues that can be taken to survive both! Discuss how career paths may differ for men and women. Academic reasons? Other reasons? [cs_tabs column_size="1/1"][tab_item tab_active="yes" tab_title="Case"] Victoria is convinced that…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

9: Relocating to Montreal

Learning Objectives: The overall objective here is about understanding the issues and possible approaches for dealing with a new environment. To understand the tools of another discipline and how to interact with researchers in a different discipline. To appreciate the…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

10: Discovery in Montreal

Learning Objectives: To understand the legal implication of a confidentiality contract agreement and the issues around conflict of interest and a confidential disclosure agreement. To understand the principles and responsibilities of researchers in GCP. To understand adverse event reports as…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

11: Negotiating a Community Research Pro

Learning Objectives: To understand that perception of research by researchers may be very different to that of communities and experimental subjects. To understand the principles of effective negotiation where parties differ in cultural background. To understand the place for comparative…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003

12: Implementing Change

Learning Objectives: To understand that perception of research by researchers may be very different to that of policymakers and planners. To understand how research and health policy interests can compliment each other for a greater long-term benefit. To understand when and…
  • Duration 1 - 2 hours
  • Starts From January 1, 2003