Deadline: April 17 2017
Applications are now open for the¬†2017¬†Medical Education Research / Medical Innovation Project¬† Grants. These grants provide funding for research projects and innovations in medical education.
How to apply:
Full details of the application process are available here:¬†¬†http://thinkottawamedicine.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/2017-Medical-Innovation-Project-Grantsdoc1.pdf
All applications must be submitted to Nicole Neocleous at¬†firstname.lastname@example.org¬†by¬† April 17th¬†at midnight.
Further questions, or if it is your first time applying:
We strongly encourage new applicants (i.e. those who have never received a grant previously) to seek advice prior to submitting the final application. Guidance is available from the Methods Centre and DIME.¬†Contact Dr Susan Humphrey-Murto at¬†email@example.com¬†at least 4-6 weeks in advance of deadline, who will pair you with an experienced education researcher.
Please note, the Principal Investigator for the grant application must be a member of the Department of Medicine who is also a member of the UMA Practice Plan and does not hold a Medical Education Research Award.
Wednesday June 7, 2017 8:30AM ‚Äď 5:00PM
Centurion Conference and Events Centre, 170 Colonnade Road, Ottawa, ON
Who Should Attend:¬†All trainees, scientists and clinicians affiliated with The Ottawa Hospital Department of Medicine; Staff at OHRI, uOttawa Heart Institute, The Ottawa Hospital and other affiliated institutes with an interest in research.
Registration and Abstract Submission will open¬†Wednesday, March 1, 2017.
Tuesday, March 28th, 4:00 pm
Dr. Dinh was a longstanding member of the Division of Nuclear Medicine who passed away in February 2015 after a brief illness.¬† Dr. Dinh was a consummate clinician, nuclear medicine training program director, generous colleague and most-admired friend at The Ottawa Hospital.¬† In addition to his role in Nuclear Medicine, Dr. Dinh faithfully served as Chair of the Radiation Safety Committee at The Ottawa Hospital for many years.
Through generous donations from colleagues, the Nuclear Medicine Reading Room at the General Campus (Room M1499) has been redesigned and updated, incorporating various electronic teaching aids, and has been designated as “Dr.¬†Laurent Dinh Educational Reading Room“.¬† Colleagues and friends are respectfully invited to the dedication of this facility which will take place on¬†Tuesday, March 28th at 4:00 pm.
There will be a brief ceremony followed by refreshments and a celebration of Dr. Dinh’s enduring contribution to education and patient care at The Ottawa Hospital.