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Congratulation to Dr. Sylvie Lambert for her  Canada Research Chairs

On Friday, Dec. 2, Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, announced over $173 million in funding for 203 Canada Research Chairs (CRC) at universities across Canada. Sixteen CRCs went to McGill. CRCs are granted to outstanding researchers acknowledged by their peers as world leaders in their fields.

Join me to congratulate Dr. Sylvie Lambert, Assistant Professor of Nursing – Tier 2 – for her Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Self-Management Support for Patients with Cancer and Their Family Caregivers. Tier 2 Chairs, valued at $100,000 annually for five years.

More details coming soon


New grants

Congratulation to Dr. Sylvie Lambert and her collaborators for their grants :

''Adapting a self-directed coping skills intervention for caregivers of patients with advanced cancer:'' funded from Réseau de recherché en interventions en sciences infirmières du Québec (RRISIQ) FRQS-MSS.

''Older adults with a chronic physical condition and comorbid depression and their family caregivers: Partners in the co-design of a dyadic self-care depression intervention'' funded from Drummond Foundation.

Congratulation to Dr. Susan Law and her collaborators for her grant from the Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit in the Patient-Oriented Research Capacity Building Initiatives Awards competition.


Dr, Jeannie Haggerty appointed as Scientific director of the McGill Réseaux de recherche axée sur les pratiques de première ligne

Dr. Haggerty accepted the position of Scientific Director of McGill's RRAPPL (Networks of Research Focused on Primary Practices), which is also part of Réseau-1 Québec.


Dr, Jeannie Haggerty resigned as Scientific director of the McGill Réseau-1-Québec

During this Fall, Dr. Haggerty resigned from her position as Scientific Director of Réseau-1 Québec. The new Scientific Director of Réseau-1 Québec, Yves Couturier is from the Université de Sherbrooke (Ccampus of Longueuil).

 


 

Events

2016-2017 Research Centre Seminars

Next seminar 

January 31, 2017 from 12:00-13:00 at the Auditorium

 

Dr. Bryce Burger, MD, Resident Physicien at Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

Supervisors: Dr. Mark Roper

will present :

The Effect of Electronic Medical Records on Mortality: A Meta-Analysis

and

Dr. Sayuri Friedland, MD, Resident Physicien at Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

Supervisors: Dr. J Dylewski and Dr. B. Slapcoff

will present :

Presumptive treatment of chlamydia and gonorrhea infections in the ambulatory emergency department setting: Determination of over- and under-treatment rates

 

 

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