August 1, 2014

Programs and Events

Workshop on Bibliometric & Research Impact Measures

Date: August 12, 2014
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Location: 652 Heritage Medical Research Centre

Presenter: Thane Chambers, Research Librarian
(Faculty of Nursing) & Public Services Librarian
JW Scott Health Sciences Library

20th Annual Qualitative Health Research (QHR) Conference

Register now for QHR

Learning from the past: Leading for the future

Since the first QHR conference in 1994, the world in which we live, work, and research has undergone unprecedented change. On the 20th anniversary of the QHR conference, progress seems ever quicker and change deeper and more widespread. The need for relevant, rigorous, and innovative qualitative methods has never been greater – but the challenges in leading this research have also never been more numerous. What can qualitative researchers learn from the past to shape the methodologies, disciplines, philosophies, and theories needed for the future? How can we adapt our methods to the global challenges, healthcare innovations, and technologies we now face? Join the world’s qualitative health research community at the premier interdisciplinary conference forum to reflect, learn, and build on the past to meet the challenge of leading qualitative research methods into the future.

Date: October 19 – 23, 2014
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily (Pacific time)
Location: Delta Victoria Ocean Point Resort and Spa, Victoria, BC

For more information and to register, click HERE.

QSR (NVivo) Online Demos

(FREE) Demos include introduction to software, improving your literature reviews, improving research team collaboration.

For more information, click HERE.

Important Announcements

Career Opportunities with TREC

Translating Research in Elder Care (TREC) is a complex of inter-connected research projects, pilot projects, a network, and a training program for highly qualified personnel that has been running since 2007. A new 6 year program began in 2014 and will run for at least another 5-6 years, across four provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) with close relationships in Ontario and Atlantic Canada. TREC is comprised of three main inter-related projects; the TREC Measurement System (TMS), Safer Care for Older Persons (in residential) Environments (SCOPE) and Social Network Analysis (SNA) as well as a series of pilot studies. TREC will engage staff in 90 long term care (nursing home) facilities in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba over a 5-6 year time span. The TREC 2.0 team includes over forty members with investigators and collaborators from over ten Canadian universities and institutes.

Research Associate – TMS

The TREC group at the University of Alberta is seeking a Research Associate for the TREC Measurement System (TMS). The Research Associate – TMS is responsible for scientific and operational data oversight from the point where data collection is complete through to access of processed data by members of the research team and production of research outputs. This position will assist with other aspects of management of the TMS project as required.

For more information, click HERE.

Research Associate – Special Projects

The TREC group at the University of Alberta is seeking a Research Associate – Special Projects. This position will report directly to the TREC Principal Investigator (PI) and provide support in a variety of research and revenue-generating activities with a significant focus on funding application support for the program.

For more information, click HERE.

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