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Academic Research Symposium 2020

Developing Research Capacity and Enhancing Research Impact in EDs Across Canada

Sunday, May 31, 2020 • 12:00 - 16:00

The Academic Symposium features presentations by three esteemed panels, as well as a buffet lunch and a wine and cheese reception.
Tickets cost $35 in advance or $50 at the door.

Panel 1: How Can Quality Improvement and Research Scholars Work Together to Improve Their Respective Projects and Lead to Greater Impact?

Lucas Chartier (Panel Lead), Stuart Douglas (Panel Lead), Lisa Calder, Samuel Vaillancourt, Antonia Stang, Davy Tawadrous, Laila Nasser, Carmen Hrymak, Jeff Perry (Academic Section Chair), Andrew McRae (Research Committee Chair)

Panel Goal #1

To present similarities and differences between the methodologies used by researchers and quality improvement (QI) experts through a scoping review and national stakeholder engagement process.

Panel Goal #2

To provide a rationale for the need for collaboration for improved success.

Panel Goal #3

To provide recommendations as to how QI experts and researchers can best collaborate to maximize the impact of their projects for patients.

Panel 2: How to Optimize Collaborative Relationships in Emergency Medicine Research

Jeff Perry (Panel Lead), Ian Stiell (Panel Lead), Marcel Emond, Corinne Hohl, Jacques Lee, Christian Vaillancourt, Judy Morris, Venkatesh Thiruganasambandamoorthy, Andrew McRae (Research Committee Chair)

Panel Goal #1

Know how to utilize best practices to lead a collaborative team to write a successful grant application.

Panel Goal #2

Know what comprises optimal study communication and dynamics during an active study.

Panel Goal #3

Know how to optimize abstract writing and polishing.

Panel Goal #4

Be able to describe optimal manuscript writing collaboration.

Panel 3: Starting, Building and Sustaining a Program of Research in Emergency Medicine in Canada

Phil Davis (Panel Lead), Paul Atkinson, Alix Carter, Kerstin de Wit, Shelley McLeod, Marco Sivilotti, Justin Yan, Patrick Archambault, Naveen Poonai, Dave Savage, Jeff Perry (Academic Section Chair), Andrew McRae (Research Committee Chair)

Panel Goal #1

To ascertain barriers and facilitators to starting, building and sustaining a program of research in Emergency Medicine in Canada at sites with limited infrastructure and prior experience.

Panel Goal #2

To provide recommendations for starting, building and sustaining a program of research in Emergency Medicine in Canada through group discussion and iterative feedback.