Research Training & Education
The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), Research Methods Unit (RMU) and the IWK Health Centre (IWK) are committed to working together to strengthen research capacity and build research excellence. A key element of this commitment is the research education program. The NSHA, RMU and IWK each offer a number of educational opportunities which are open to all members of the research community at the NSHA and IWK.
Sessions provide opportunities to new staff and new researchers to have face to face contact with essential contacts and receive detailed information on various supports.
- Ethics Applications
- Contracts & Grants
Various topics are presented by experienced researchers to develop research skills.
- Getting Published
- Building & Managing a Research Team
Research Standards & Regulations
These sessions are designed to ensure team members are appropriately qualified and comply with applicable local, national and international requirements.
- Division 5 Regulations
- ICH-Good Clinical Practices
- Audit Findings
REACH provides education and professional development opportunities to research staff locally and at several sites across Atlantic Canada. Session topics respond to the needs of the community and feature subject areas of interest as they arise.
If you would like to join any sessions remotely from NSHA, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive instructions and to register. Please note this should be done a week ahead of the session date. If it is your first time to join remotely, please contact email@example.com at least two weeks in advance to ensure you have the capabilities required to join the session.