Join ICVHealth’s ‘Foundations of Patient Oriented Research’ Open Training Session

March 27, 2017

ICVHealth is excited to host it’s first open training session on May 30, 2017!

The Foundations of Patient Oriented Research training session with the BC SUPPORT Unit will be a full day of interactive activities in small and large groups. The goals of this session are to define patient-oriented research, why it’s important, and how it’s done. It will help researchers and health care decision-makers to start building relationships with patients and hopefully serve as a launching point for future collaborations. Admission is free and lunch and refreshments will be provided. We look forward to seeing you there!

Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Location: St Paul’s Hospital, Providence Level 1, Conference Room 6 (Rm 1461)
Facilitators: Colleen McGavin and Anna Rychtera (BC SUPPORT Unit)
Deadline to register: May 15 (or until full).
Cost: None
Attendees:

  • Patients with lived experience/interest in heart disease
  • Researchers with interest in engaging patients for heart disease research
  • System decision makers, care providers, and others

For a full course description, please click here.

Please RSVP to research@icvhealth.ubc.ca as soon as possible to secure your spot (max 30 attendees).