THE CURRICULUM

In order to be an exceptional child health researcher, attaining skills across a spectrum of themes is required.

Ethics

Global Citizen & Public Policy

Communication and Media (Branding/Media)

Industry / Technology transfer

Patient Oriented Research and engagement

Big Data and AI

Business & Entrepreneurial

Mentorship training

Scientific Excellence: Research methods, writing, peer review, rejections, KT, etc.

Management and Leadership

Personal wellness

Indigenous Engagement and research

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion

The CCHCSP curriculum is a set of program training tools that have been designed to deliver these skills to our trainees.

upcoming events
SickKids Haematology/Oncology Series
accessible repository

Recorded Webinars

Clinician Scientist Handbook

Case Based Sessions

ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

SAVE THE DATE! June 6-8, 2022!  More details to follow soon.

Networking

  • Interdisciplinary (clinical and research
  • (Inter)nationally
  • All career stages

KT

  • KT101: Integrated KT Plan for your Program of Research
  • KT201: Annual follow up support with a KT expert

Team Research Learning Program

  • Learn how to manage multi site, interdisciplinary teams
  • Learn practical aspects of administration in multi-centre teams
  • Soft skills to build your program
  • Morning workshop, afternoon paired lab visits

Workshops

  • Promote the core competencies of a skilled health professional researcher

International Partnerships and CO-OPS

TULIPS: Training Upcoming Leaders In Pediatric Science (Netherlands)

PSDP: Pediatric Scientist Development Program

INDIGENOUS LEARNING PATHWAY

Cultural Safety Training


Blanket Exercise


Indigenous engagement in research training module

SHORT COURSES

COMING SOON!

LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

In an effort to minimize duplication and bring together all the existing training tools for health researchers into one place, the Canadian Child Heath Clinician Scientist Program along with other partners, will be launching the Raising Interdisciplinary Scientist Excellence Learning Management System (RISELMS) www.riselms.ca over the next few months. This will be an open-source platform to share and use learning tools to develop the core competencies of a skilled health professional researcher, while providing infrastructure for mentorship and progress review. It’s underlining goal is to become the ‘go to resource’ for scientist training in Canada.

OPEN ACCESSIBLE SYSTEM

Anyone anywhere will be freely available to register as an instructor or a student. Instructors can upload content and student and take courses.

ALL TRAINING TOOLS SUPPORTED

Simple personal reading to interactive eLearning files. Each tool will be categorized according to the core competencies of a researcher, difficulty level, and more.

EVALUATE TRAINING TOOLS

Students can give star ratings to review the tools, and instructors will be able to evaluate their tools with pre and post surveys.

LIVE
SESSIONS

Home for CCHCSP national webinars and monthly centre-based sessions.

PATHWAYS OF CERTIFICATION

Open to all. For CCHCSP and other programs

MENTORSHIP FORUMS

We will offer discussion forums where all committee members, supervisors, mentors, and instructors who post tools, will be moderators in discussion boards around their area of expertise. Student from anywhere can ask questions after completing a training tool and gain access to a network of experts that could answer those questions.

INDIVIDUALIZED RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT PLAN

All students upon registration will complete a questionnaire where they will self assess their skills. Based on this assessment certain training tools will be assigned to them. This assessment will auto generate annually and track each student's progress.

Join the Fight!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO THE SICK KIDS FOUNDATION SITE TO COMPLETE THIS DONATION

After entering your credit card information include the statement: “Please designate this gift to the¬†Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program, Fund ID N0000CCH00″