📣 Take part in a 20-minute survey about social robots – you can participate even if you have no experience with robots! 🤖— Neuroethics Canada (@NeuroethicsUBC) November 11, 2020
To participate, visit: https://t.co/LYDlRwL1SN or email Dr. Jill Dosso at email@example.com pic.twitter.com/cYx7Gupdza
If you are interested in patient safety and have some personal experiences to share, here is an opportunity that might be on interest to you.
What advise can you give regarding: transitioning from paediatrics -> adult care? #transition #healthcare #patientexperience #patientvoice #input
If you have not yet participated in this important conversation, you have until Monday, January 27, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. (PST) to do so. Share your thoughts here
If you have not yet put Alpha House’s Encampment Team and DOAP Team’s numbers in your phone, please do so now. 403 805 7388 and 403 998 7388 respectively. The coming cold snap will be especially serious for individuals experiencing homelessness #SeeSomethingSaySomething pic.twitter.com/OGGKq6BMaU
— Alpha House Calgary (@alphahouseyyc) January 8, 2020
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