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Supporting Patient-Oriented Research Information Session and Q&A

Come learn about how patients can more meaningfully engage in health research.

The Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR) is hosting an information session at the University of Regina on Wednesday, April 17. Find out more about Patient-Oriented Research, and the ways SCPOR can support faculty, researchers, clinicians, students, and patients who want to engage in this type of research.

This session will address the following questions:
- How do we define Patient-Oriented Research (POR)?
- Who is a Patient?
- What are the benefits of Engaging in Patient-Oriented Research (POR)?
- How do I get started with Patient-Oriented Research (POR)?
- What resources are available to assist in conducting Patient-Oriented Research (POR)?

Trainee Funding
- Building Research Relationships with Indigenous Communities (BRRIC) Training Sessions
- Affiliated Researcher Alliance (ARA) Membership
- Patient Engagement Application Development (PEADA) Funding
- Access to Data

The event is free of charge [lunch provided], however we ask that you register at

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Riddell Centre
Main Campus

Lunch provided

Chris Plishka

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