GUIDING PRINCIPLES

The CCHCSP network is grounded in our guiding principles to help navigate us into the future. With these guiding principles as our compass, we will be able to make a bigger and broader impact in the scientific community and as a result, better health outcomes for all.

NATIONAL REPRESENTATION

ACKNOWLEDGE AND EMBRACE INDIGENOUS WAYS OF KNOWING/DOING.  PROMOTING HEALTH & WELLNESS

REPRESENTATION ACROSS ALL THEMES OF RESEARCH

EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

YOUTH, PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

INTERDISCIPLINARITY

TRAINEE REPRESENTATION

Network Reach

Partnered with 17 pediatric academic centres in Canada, a mentor is ready to help where ever you are.

Committees

The CCHCSP organizational structure provides our trainees with a formal and informal group of mentors who help develop core scientific skills, but more importantly, provide guidance in defining each trainee’s trajectory while maintaining a healthy work life balance.  It’s our committees, centre leaders and the peer on peer mentoring among our trainees. It is access to the top clinician scientist in Canada across all disciplines within our program. This impact that we have left on each of our trainees, motivates them to give back and volunteer their time to our program on our committees and as informal mentors.

The Curriculum Committee oversees the operation and advancement of the CCHCSP Core Curriculum. The committee members  work directly with the CCHCSP Director and Program Manager to ensure effective up-to-date content and tools within the existing infrastructure and potential for novel tools and advancement. Committee members are nominated from the CCHCSP community and approved by the CCHCSP Executive to serve a 5-year term.  The committee also guides the development of the content for the CCHCSP annual symposia and address any centre based concerns.

Members:

Catharine Walsh

Cheri Deal

Danijela Grahovac

Eric Benchimol

Jaime Winkler

Mandy Archibald

Sandra Peláez

Susan Samuel

Mentorship and Progress Review

This diverse network of national experts provides CCHCSP with the opportunity to provide formal annual reviews through individualized research development plans (IRDP) for our trainees and the mentor/supervisor. With 1-on1 meetings between trainees, mentors our committee members, we can provide the personalized follow up support that each of our trainees need to become the leader of their craft.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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