I am excitedly writing to let CCHCSP know of a recent publication entitled “Assessment of the family environment in paediatric neurodisabiity: a state of the art review” found here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.13287/ab..
CCHCSP congratulates Katherine Nelson for her recent publication in JAMA. Here she describes survival and utilization of surgery among children with trisomy 13 and 18, born over a 21-year period in Ontario, Canada. Click here for the NCBI l..
CCHCSP Hosts its First Twitter Chat on “Launching Your Research Career” for Budding Clinician-Scientists For over a decade, the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (http://www.cchcsp.org or @CCHCSP on Twitter) has work..
Everyone join me in congratulating Mellissa Parker, a CEP recipient, on her success in attaining CIHR funding for her SQUEEZE trail. This was the 4th highest dollar grant of all project grants awarded at McMaster and was funded at nearly 2 ..
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIH News NIH Clinical Center (CC). For Immediate Release: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 CONTACT: Justin Cohen, 301-402-6202, <e-mail:email@example.com> EARLY SUPP..
CCHCSP Executive Committee member and McMaster Centre Leader, Stephanie Atkinson has received an honorary Doctorate of Science from her alma mater Western University. Go Stephanie go! Check out the story by clicking here!
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Going Beyond Kirkpatrick in Evaluating a Clinician Scientist Program: It’s Not “If It Works” but “How It Works” Authors: Parker, Kathryn; Burrows, Gwen; Nash, Heather; Rosenblum, Norman D. Access the article her..