In response to several inquiries I’ve received from both staff members and our extended network of stakeholders, I’d like to clarify BC AHSN’s position on holding in-person meetings at this time. Until further advisory, and in response to this rapidly-evolving situation, BC AHSN is currently not holding or supporting any in-person meetings inside and outside […]
Read the June edition of the BC AHSN News! Stories include new members of our provincial REB network, patient-oriented research being identified in our BC COVID-19 Research Inventory, a new survey inventory by request of the BC Ministry of Health, a new video received by the BC Emergency Medicine Network, CTBC’s slides from BIO 2020, […]
Research Ethics BC is pleased to announce that two new partners, Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Camosun College have connected to an existing provincial network that provides a harmonized system for ethics reviews of studies conducted in multiple geographic areas. “The Research Ethics Board at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is excited to join Research Ethics BC […]
Aoife Kelly is the new Administrative Assistant supporting REBC and Clinical Trials BC (CTBC). She has over six years administrative experience, working in Ireland, France and the US. Aoife holds a Masters degree in Gender and Women’s Studies from Trinity College Dublin and a postgraduate certificate in Sexuality and Sexual Health Education from Dublin City University. […]
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Read the April edition of the BC AHSN News! Stories include the launch of our BC COVID-19 Research Inventory, the announcement of our new Scientific Director (Danielle Lavallee), a heartfelt message from Lisa Ridgway about patient-oriented research during a health crisis, registration for Clinical Trials BC’s Rapid Clinical Trials Training for COVID-19, and our Rapid […]