External Programmings

In regards to the current situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CRIR wishes to ensure that all of its members and partners have access to information about other type of research activities available online.

CRIR’s programming remains available on the news feed, the Sharing our knowledge tab and CRIR’s Twitter.

We remain on the lookout for government announcements and are monitoring the situation very closely by adopting preventive measures to protect our members while providing you with the best possible service.

Here are links of interest that can be useful to stay informed about online research activities outside CRIR:

 

ON THE AGENDA


DATE: At all times
SOURCE: INSPQ, Public health expertise and reference centre
TYPE: Online formation (in French): Le transfert de connaissances, pour avoir de l’impact!
DESCRIPTION: Vous avez à produire ou transférer des connaissances dans le cadre de votre travail? Vous n’êtes pas familier avec le processus de transfert des connaissances, ses finalités, les éléments clés à considérer lors de sa planification et les conditions de réussite? Cette formation est pour vous!

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DATE: At all times
SOURCE: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT)
TYPE: Webinars in 5 modules on resilience offered free of charge by CAOT
DESCRIPTION: This five-module webinar series on resilience is meant as a resource for those going through rough times and those providing support through rough times. The first module proposes more immediate strategies to regain a relative balance when adversity strikes. The following modules address resilience as a form of training over the longer term, and explore topics such as the physical and psychological prerequisites to resilience, emotional regulation, intentional activities and the impacts of compassion on well-being. The ultimate goal is to offer tools which, once embedded in daily life, allow us to better cope with the hardship inherent to life (Rachel Thibeault – Presenter).

No cost and no registration required for the five resilience modules!

NOW available:

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DATE : June 3 and 4 2020
SOURCE : PROMIS Health Organization
TYPE : PROMIS Training Workshop online
DESCRIPTION :

  • Designed to meet the practical needs of clinicians, researchers, and health system administrators, both those new to PROMIS and those already using PROMIS.
  • Choose from two workshop tracks with an option to move between tracks for specific interests.
  • Help clinicians, faculty, researchers, coordinators, and students get up to speed quickly on PROMIS, from theory to implementation to interpretation.

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Agenda June 3 and 4 2020
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Discounted registration for groups of 5 or more from the same institution.


DATE : June 4-5 2020, 10:00 – 13:00 pm
SOURCE : Food& Drug Administration (FDA) in collaboration with Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI)
TYPE : Web Conference – Stakeholder Engagement on ICH E6 Guideline for Good Clinical Practice
DESCRIPTION : Web conference on Stakeholder Engagement on ICH E6 Good Clinical Practice. It is being organized by the Food and Drug Administration and the Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative. Health Canada will be actively participating at this event, which will also feature a panel of clinical researchers and patient groups with Canadian representation.

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DATE: June 5 2020, 12:00 – 1:15 pm
SOURCE: TIC Santé | Regroupement stratégique de recherche sur les TIC et la santé
TYPE: Series of 3 TIC + COVID-19 webinars (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Une plateforme pour comprendre la recherche : reprendre les bases pour s’attaquer à l’infodémie. L’intérêt général actuel pour la science met en lumière les processus de la recherche et les besoins en littératie scientifique. Mais comment parler de la recherche ? Par où commencer ? Sur quoi s’appuyer ? Venez discuter avec nous des défis que comporte la vulgarisation de la recherche.

Speakers:

  • Christian Rochon, M.Sc.
  • Vera Granikov, MLIS, PhD, unité outiens SRAP du Québec et département de médecine de famille, Université McGill

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DATE: June 6 2020, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
SOURCE: National Centre for Dance Therapy of Les Grands Ballets
TYPE: Free online training. Registration required to reserve your place!
DESCRIPTION: For kids: The Body’s Expression of Safety in a Global Pandemic: Dancing the Language of the Nervous System. In this difficult time, many countries across the globe have put in place social distancing measures. We are collectively in survival mode and children can feel particularly vulnerable in this time of uncertainty. The schools and systems on which children rely for social connection are operating remotely. This webinar offers a perspective for understanding emotional communication through the body and provides practical dance and movement exercises to explore with children.

Speaker: Christina Deveraux, PhD, LCAT, LMHC, BC-DMT, NCC

To find out more and to register


DATE: June 10 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT)
TYPE: Q&A with Rachel Thibeault about the “Webinars in 5 modules on resilience offered free of charge by CAOT”
DESCRIPTION: Pathways to resilience: basic strategies in times of COVID-19. This is an opportunity for you to address questions, challenges and barriers that you may be facing in applying the knowledge from this webinar series into your practice.

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DATE: June 11 2020, 12:00 – 1:15 pm
SOURCE: TIC Santé | Regroupement stratégique de recherche sur les TIC et la santé
TYPE: Series of 3 TIC + COVID-19 webinars (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Le télétravail et ses frontières. Ce webinaire souhaite prendre du recul sur la situation actuelle en faisant une synthèse de la recherche sur le télétravail et la santé psychologique : quand, pour qui, avantages et inconvénients, conditions favorables? Quelles sont ses retombées sur le bien-être des individus et celui des organisations ?

Speakers:

  • Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, PhD, ESG, UQAM
  • Annie Foucreault, PhD, D-Teck et laboratoire LERÉPIT de l’UQAM
  • Isabelle Tremblay, PhD, Psychologue organisationnelle

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DATE: June 16 2020, 12:00 – 1:15 pm
SOURCE: TIC Santé | Regroupement stratégique de recherche sur les TIC et la santé
TYPE: Series of 3 TIC + COVID-19 webinars (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Les deux visages de la télésanté : l’expérience des soignants et des patients. Lors de ce webinaire, nous prendrons le temps de faire le point sur la télésanté au Québec en nous attardant sur les réalités des deux principaux acteurs, soit les soignants et les patients. Avec nos expertes, Marie-Josée Paquet et Marie-Claude Bray, nous discuterons de télésanté avant la survenue de la COVID-19, pendant et après. Deux courtes vidéos seront présentées et serviront de base de discussion (« La télésanté, c’est quoi ? » et « La télésanté, c’est maintenant »).

Speakers:

  • Marie-Josée Paquet, Adjointe au directeur, Direction générale adjointe, CHUM Centre de coordination de la télésanté, MSSS
  • Marie-Claude Bray, conseillère clinique, Centre de coordination de la télésanté CHUM pour les établissements du territoire du RUIS UdM

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DATE: June 26 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier AUDIO :Balado, podcast, des mots qu’on entend de plus en plus souvent. Un bon balado scientifique est une histoire bien choisie et bien racontée. Pourquoi choisir de la raconter en balado? Cette formation sera parsemée d’outils et de conseils pratiques ?

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GENERAL INTEREST


DATE: June 21-23 2021
SOURCE: Colloque franco-latino-américain de recherche sur le handicap 2021
TYPE: French, Spanish, Portuguese Colloquium
SITE: Université Laval, Québec
DESCRIPTION : What kind of societies to live together? Reflect on experiences of inequality, social participation and identity processes.

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SOURCE: Flatten
TYPE: FLATTEN is a platform for not-for-profit organizations that collects real-time information about the spread of COVID-19 locally and across the country.

DESCRIPTION: By regularly recording your state of health on the platform, FLATTEN can identify the regions where there are vulnerable, potential areas and those of confirmed cases of COVID-19. This information is used by health systems to optimize resources, as well as by the population to understand the importance of social distancing and confinement during a pandemic.

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SOURCE: Centre de recherche en santé publique – CResP
TYPE: Bulletin d’information du CReSP – COVID-19 | Volume 1, numéro 1
DESCRIPTION: Presentation of rapid reviews of the literature for health practitioners and managers to answer their public health questions related to COVID-19. In this first issue, we address the question of the proportion of asymptomatic cases, their socio-demographic profile, and the possible association between certain drugs and the response of the infection and the severity of the disease.

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SOURCE: Thèsez-vous ENSEMBLE
TYPE: Online activities to participate in writing sessions, affectionately called virtual tomatoes a reference to the adaptation of the Pomodoro technique. (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Thèsez-vous supports students writing a dissertation or thesis – a necessary step for their success, as well as for the dissemination of scientific knowledge in society.

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SOURCE: Government of Canada
TYPE: Web platform designed to promote collaboration, coordination and communication on the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada.
DESCRIPTION : CanCOVID is an expert community of Canadian COVID-19 researchers, clinical collaborators, and healthcare stakeholders from across the country. Canada’s Chief Science Officer mandated the creation of CanCOVID to optimize Canada’s research response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. CanCovid Governance Committee.

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SOURCE: Réseau de recherche en santé des populations du Québec (RRSPQ)
TYPE: Webinar (in French): Les premiers secours psychologiques en cas de désastre : une réponse pour réduire la détresse liée aux inondations et au COVID-19
DESCRIPTION: In anticipation of the flood season in Quebec and in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic, this webinar aims to present first aid in the event of a disaster. This webinar is intended for frontline and community workers who are not necessarily trained in mental health, but who work with people who may be in distress related to the current situation.

Online Webinar


ARCHIVES

DATE: April 8 2020, 12:15 – 1:15 pm
SOURCE: BioCanRx: Canada’s Immunotherapy Network
TYPE: Webinar – An assistant professor’s guide to writing a scientific review paper
DESCRIPTION: Writing a scientific review paper is a big job and requires breakdown of the tasks. This webinar will provide you with the basic tools to start reading and writing!

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DATE: April 16 2020, 3:00 – 4:00 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL
TYPE: Webinar – Meeting of the Minds
DESCRIPTION: The Snuggle is Real: Working Remotely with Kids

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DATE: April 17 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier TEXTE : Apprendre à « raconter » une histoire à partir de la matière scientifique, toutes disciplines confondues, voilà l’objectif de cet atelier. L’approche oscillera entre grands principes, exemples, trucs pratiques et participation active.

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DATE: April 23 2020, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
SOURCE: Concordia University
TYPE: Webinar – PERFORM Colloquium Series: Strategies for eating healthy and being active at home during the COVID-19 pandemic
DESCRIPTION: Christina Weiss and Théa Demmers share some strategies related to being active and eating well for practice some healthy lifestyle habits to manage stress in the middle of a global pandemic.

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DATE: April 24 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier BD : Allier les forces de l’image et de l’écrit : voici l’objectif de cette formation de vulgarisation en bande dessinée. Après un rappel des bases de la vulgarisation scientifique, les grands codes de la bande dessinée vous seront présentés.

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DATE: April 28 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL
TYPE: Webinar – Meeting of the Minds
DESCRIPTION: Finding the Courage to Write

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DATE: April 29 2020, 9:30 – 11:00 am
SOURCE: Réseau international sur le Processus de production du handicap (RIPPH)
TYPE: Workshop (in French) by Zoom: COVID-19 and people with disabilities
DESCRIPTION: Exchange session on the theme: Invisibilité des personnes en situation de handicap dans le contexte de la COVID-19.

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DATE: April 29 2020, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL
TYPE: Webinar – Meeting of the Minds
DESCRIPTION: Pivot or Perish

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DATE: May 6-7 2020
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Virtual Colloquium: Le rapprochement des francophonies canadiennes à travers la recherche et l’enseignement supérieur (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Développer la recherche en français en contexte minoritaire : évolution historique, bons coups et défis dans le contexte actuel. Le rôle des institutions dans le rapprochement des francophonies canadiennes, et même des francophonies internationales. Le rôle des chercheur-se-s dans le rapprochement des francophonies canadiennes : initiatives et réseaux de recherche à soutenir.

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DATE: May 8 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier VIDÉO :Une vidéo de vulgarisation scientifique s’accompagne de nombreux obstacles techniques. Apprenez les avantages et les inconvénients de chacun de ces formats afin de réaliser un choix éclairé.

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DATE: May 12 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL
TYPE: Webinar : SMRTS Seminar Program (Sharing Multi-network Resources for Trainee Success)
DESCRIPTION: Illustrating Your Research: How to Make an Effective Scientific Figure. Speaker: Sarah Nersesian, Founder and Scientific Illustrator at Designs that Cell.

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DATE: May 13 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL
TYPE: Webinar : SMRTS Seminar Program (Sharing Multi-network Resources for Trainee Success)
DESCRIPTION: “Living Through and Coping with Stressful Times: A Session For Graduate Students”. The life of a graduate student can be both rewarding and challenging at the best of times. Adding a global pandemic to the mix calls for another level of learning how to manage emotional, physical, and academic well-being. Speaker: Dr. David Pillo.

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DATE: May 15 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier BLOGUER SA RECHERCHE : Pourquoi bloguer sur son sujet de recherche si vous êtes en cycles supérieurs (ou si vous êtes des premiers cycles motivés) ? Cet atelier vous permettra de découvrir les potentialités de publier un blog pour sa recherche académique, d’identifier les principales problématiques, de connaître quelques bonnes pratiques pour débuter.

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DATE: May 20 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
SOURCE: PERFORM Colloquium Series, Concordia University
TYPE: Webinar: Why and how to maintain a good sleep in a time of crisis
DESCRIPTION: The current pandemic and the resulting restrictions have caused extensive disruption to our daily lives. How can we maintain good sleep quality under these conditions. These changes generate stress that can interfere with our sleep. Speaker: Than Dang-Vu, PhD, MD.

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DATE: May 22 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier TEXTE : Apprendre à « raconter » une histoire à partir de la matière scientifique, toutes disciplines confondues, voilà l’objectif de cet atelier. L’approche oscillera entre grands principes, exemples, trucs pratiques et participation active.

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DATE: May 23 2020, 10:30 – 12:00 am
SOURCE: National Centre for Dance Therapy of Les Grands Ballets
TYPE: Free online training. Registration required to reserve your place!
DESCRIPTION: Connecting to Your Inner Strength (In French with questions in French and English). This webinar will explore the basis of this process of fulfillment and the tools necessary to achieve it in both personal and professional aspects of one’s life. It is open to all those who are interested in connecting with their bodies and exploring tools to achieve personal and professional fulfillment.

Speaker: Rosamaria Ricart, PhD, MSS, Creative Approach in Health and Social Intervention

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DATE: May 27 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE)
TYPE: AGlycoNet’s SMRTS webinar
DESCRIPTION: “What I wish I knew: a chat with researchers, patent experts, and entrepreneurs”. In this panel discussion, panelists including researchers, entrepreneurs, and patent experts will share their experiences and stories about their different routes of research innovation, IP protection, technology commercialization, as well as their failures and successes.

Panelists:

  • David Vocadlo: Professor,Simon Fraser University; CSO, Alectos Therapeutics
  • Kaley Wilson: Director of Business Development, Quark Venture
  • Stephanie White: Partners, Kirby Canada

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DATE: May 29 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
SOURCE: ACFAS
TYPE: Webcast – Research Popularization Workshops (in French)
DESCRIPTION: Atelier BD : Allier les forces de l’image et de l’écrit : voici l’objectif de cette formation de vulgarisation en bande dessinée. Après un rappel des bases de la vulgarisation scientifique, les grands codes de la bande dessinée vous seront présentés.

To register