Patient-Oriented Research Summer Institute
Summer Institute 2019 – Impact & Opportunities
May 13–15, 2019
Mark your calendar for our 2019 Summer Institute conference that will take place in Edmonton.
Call for abstracts
We invite researchers, patients, clinicians, students and others to submit abstracts for posters or oral presentations. Select this link to learn the themes.
Deadline: Tuesday, March 5, 2019.
Each year we have researchers, patients, clinicians, students, policymakers and more, gather to share insights, connect with colleagues and promote patient-oriented research. In 2019, we’re working together to explore, evaluate and share the impact and opportunities of patient-oriented research.
Join us for:
- an outstanding line-up of engaging speakers
- workshops on patient-oriented research topics
- networking opportunities with colleagues
- capacity building opportunities for patient-oriented research
The Summer Institute 2018 – Keys to Collaboration delivered once again on its theme of connecting, engaging and capacity-building. The three-day conference drew in 180 people where researchers, patients, clinicians, students, policymakers and more, gathered to share insights, connect with colleagues and promote patient-oriented research.
May 31, 2018 newsletter
Another successful Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Summer Institute has ended providing keys for collaboration between patients, researchers, clinicians, students and more as they shared knowledge of patient-oriented research. The Summer Institute is a catalyst for new ideas and collaboration among participants who bring their enthusiasm and interest for patient-oriented research” said Marilynne Hebert, Co-lead, Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Career Development Platform. Last year’s conference sparked the idea for the new patient-oriented collection at CMAJ Open and we expect that this year’s conference sparked new ideas and connections as well.
Read our May newsletter to learn how students and patients played active roles in the 2018 conference.
The Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit is jointly funded by Alberta Innovates and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.