🚨🚨Our team is looking for former #ICU patients and family members to participate in virtual focus groups and interviews. We want to hear your thoughts on #tests and #treatments in the ICU. Email us at kkrewula at https://t.co/oQ82vO0fkK pic.twitter.com/LfSLiHDwbg— Kirsten Fiest (@kmfiest) February 20, 2021
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If you answered “Yes” to the above questions, you may wish to check out this research project!
If you are interested in Patient-Oriented Research, why not join Beverley Pomeroy and Lisa Ridgeway for SPORCast? This bi-weekly podcast discusses the Standards for Patient-Oriented Research from the west coast of Canada. To listen to previous podcasts and more, including the conversation with Andre Picard, check out the SPORCast podcast page.
If you are a survivor of cancer and are interested in discussing your reasons for using (or not using) cannabis, here is a research project you may wish to participate in. Click here for more information.
Researchers at BC Cancer and SFU are conducting a new study exploring Canadian cancer survivors’ preferences for using (not using) cannabis. If you are a cancer survivor interested in participating, please visit https://cc-arcc.ca/cannabis-survivorship-study-2019/ for more information.
Are you a patient, family caregiver or healthcare provider who has experience with colorectal cancer? If so, why not share your ideas about NEW research that is needed to improve the lives of those living with and beyond a diagnosis of stage I-III colorectal cancer.
Who is eligible?
1. Stage I-III colorectal cancer patients.
2. Family members to patients diagnosed with state I-III colorectal cancer.
3. Healthcare providers who work with stage I-III colorectal cancer patients.
4. Community or support organization who works with state I-III colorectal cancer patients.
To participate, please visit the following website
Do you have #SleepApnea? Share your experience to improve sleep apnea care in Canada in this UBC study, “Sleep Apnea Care in Canada: A Patient Survey” led by Dr. Nick Bansback: https://t.co/YLGvx3v58B pic.twitter.com/dQvOEhWYRN— Sachin R. Pendharkar (@srpendharkar) February 25, 2019
If you said “Yes” to the above, click here for more details.
“‘I’m going to have teacher DNA in me….I’m going to have to be a teacher someday, and a good one.‘” These are the words of a 10-year old who will be receiving a kidney from a teacher at her school. To read more, click