Member Event November 25, 2013: NBPRC Research Knowledge Exchange and Networking Luncheon
The Nursing Best Practice Research Centre will be hosting a networking and knowledge exchange session at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Health Sciences, Room 2029 located at 451 Smyth Road, Ottawa on Monday November 25th from 11:00am-1:00pm.
A light lunch will be provided.
Welcome New NBPRC Members
We are delighted to welcome new members who have joined the Nursing Best Practice Research Centre (NBPRC) and Members that have changed membership categories:
Save the Date: NBPRC AGM - Toronto March 18, 2014
The Nursing Best Practice Research Centre is thrilled to be planning our Annual General Meeting (AGM) that will take place in Toronto on March 18,2014. We encourage you to attend and engage in discussions with members and the Executive Committee of the Centre.
Congratulations: NBPRC Members for Awards and Grants
The NBPRC would like to congratulate the following Members on their Awards and Grants:
Congratulations to Denise Harrison (RN, PhD), Chair in Nursing Care of Children, Youth and Families
Dr. Denise Harrison has been chosen to receive the Outstanding New Investigator Award this year on Research Day October 23, 2013. Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and University of Ottawa
Knowledge Translation Funding Opportunity
The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR), in partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and CIHR’s Institute of Aboriginal People’s Health is excited to announce the launch of a knowledge translation funding opportunity. Our provincial partners, the British Columbia Ministry of Health, First Nations Health Authority, Interior Health, and Island Health have identified fourteen Science Policy Fellowship assignments across their organizations.
BORN Information System
BORN Ontario, was established in 2009 to collect, share and rigorously protect critical data about each child born in the province. BORN manages an advanced registry that provides reliable, secure and comprehensive information on maternal and child care. Every birthing hospital (103) and midwifery practice (84) in Ontario contributes data to the BORN Information System (BIS). BORN also receives data from prenatal screening laboratories, specialized antenatal clinics, newborn screening laboratories, prenatal screening and newborn screening follow-up clinics, and fertility clinics.
Hotel Dieu Hospital Research Institute in Kingston, Ontario – Leading Ambulatory Care Research
The Hotel Dieu Hospital Research Institute, initiated in summer 2013, has found some interesting and educational methods to promote and develop research in ambulatory care. Our Research Club is a venue for staff, including nurses, who are novice researchers to develop and execute their own research project. The Institute has also enjoyed setting up partnerships between researchers at Hotel Dieu Hospital and those in other fields and institutions.
Welcome Sue Hawley, NBPRC’s new Administrative and Communications Assistant
The Nursing Best Practice Research Centre would like to welcome Sue Hawley, our new Administrative and Communications Assistant, located at the University of Ottawa. Sue brings a wealth of administrative and accounting experience from various Canadian amateur sport associations.