CW Research Lunch & Learn

The WHRI, in collaboration with the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute (BCCHR) hosts monthly, virtual, Research Lunch & Learns. These sessions aim to build awareness of WHRI and BCCHR services, and bridge capacity among research staff, trainees, and members with research-specific skills.

Who: Presented by Prubjot Gill | Librarian, University of British Columbia  

When: June 19th: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST.

How: Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Who: Presented by Jesse Veenstra | Research Manager for the Maternal Newborn Program at Women’s Health Research Institute 

When: May 29th: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST.

How: Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Objectives:

  1. Generate awareness of upcoming changes to permitted recruitment strategies at the CW campus and navigation tools for researchers

Who: Presented by Oakley Ramprashad (they/them) | Manager, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute

When: April 17th: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST.

How: Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Objectives:

  1. Develop an introductory understanding of Intersectionality and its history
  2. Understand the relationship between Intersectionality, power, privilege, and positionality
Watch on youtube: https://youtu.be/a3Xz5MImkqU

Who: Presented by Shanlea Gordon | Research Program Manager, Families in Recovery (FIR) unit, Women’s Health Research Institute; Senior Research Manager, Clinical Research Support Unit, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute

Heather Noga | Research Projects Manager, Endometriosis Pelvic Pain Laboratory, Women’s Health Research Institute

Henry Okpaladigbo | Research Project Assistant, Clinical Research Support Unit, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute

When: March 13th: 12:00 pm – 1:00pm PST..

How: Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Youtube: https://vimeo.com/917294858/ce4e2877b1?share=copy

Objectives:

  1. Provide an overview of the new onboarding and training guidance for patient partners engaging in research at Children’s & Women’s
  2. Provide an overview and orientation to the new Research Patient Partner Onboarding Survey REDCap tool
  3. Describe how these guidelines can be operationalized with the Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain Laboratory at BC Women’s Hospital

Who: Presented by Nicole Prestley: WHRI Knowledge Translation Manager

When: February 27, 2024, 12:00 to 1:00 pm PT.

Objectives:

  1. Understand the Beyond the Binary in BC  process and project
  2. Understand the intended use of the BTB in BC Guide
  3. Be aware of paradigms and practices to support research team learning of gender inclusive language

Watch here: https://youtu.be/MJ8th1IoFy8

Who: Presented by Dr. Dawn McArthur and Dr. Rosie Twomey from the BCCHR Research Technology and Development office

When: January 17th: 12:00 pm – 1:00pm PST..

How:

Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Youtubehttps://youtu.be/-JlpkG31hWI 

Objectives:

TBD

Who: Presented by Falla Jin

When: Dec 13th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How:

Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Watch on youtubehttps://youtu.be/jn7aNfczO_M

Objectives:

The Clinical Research Support Unit (CRSU) and the Maternal Infant Child and Youth Research Network (MICYRN) have recently spearheaded a QI project aimed at promoting research among C&W nurses and allied health professionals. In this session, they will share the outcomes, along with valuable feedback received from the care teams. Join us as they discuss their experiences and facilitate a conversation on how research teams can establish meaningful connections with the care team, bridging the gap between research and clinical care.

Who: Presented by the BCCHR Finance Team:


• Kelly Chan – Senior Manager
• Mike Gottenbos – Manager
• Yeesan Kim – Financial Analyst
• Ellan Ponjani – Financial Analyst
• Winston Poon – Finance Administrator
• Andy Lai – Accounts Payable Coordinator
• Friba Khushal – Accounts Receivable Coordinator
• Dian Leung – Projects and Contract Coordinator

When: November 15th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How:

Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Objectives:

Have you ever wondered about financial resources available to the research community? 

This session offers participants the chance to engage with the BCCHR Finance Team, explore the resources provided on BCCHR’s Research Hub and PHSA’s POD, and receive a step-by-step demonstration of UBC’s WorkDay platform. An interactive Q&A session is scheduled at the end, so please come prepared with your questions!

Who: Dr. Beth Payne & Dr. Holly Longstaff

When: October 18th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How:

Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Watch on youtubehttps://youtu.be/UhWo6d9zViU

Objectives:

  • To define AI, generative AI, machine learning and other key concepts relevant to the discussion of use of AI in the workplace.
  • To provide an overview of existing academic guidelines from UBC, SFU and other BC institutions.
  • To discuss current use of AI in a research setting and questions staff may have about usage now and in the future.
  • To discuss possible risks related to privacy, patient, staff safety, accuracy of output, disclosure and citations that should be considered before use of AI at work.

Who:  PHSA Quality, Safety & Clinical Informatics Team

When: September 20th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How:

Sessions are presented as a Zoom Webinar. Participant camera’s and mics will be disabled. 

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89786132990
Webinar ID: 897 8613 2990

Where: online Zoom Webinar

Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/OLFzUo05x-U

Objectives:

  • To learn about research build in CST Cerner
  • To explore research tools and applications
  • To understand the Research Program Utilization Form (PUF’s) and next steps

Who: Haneen Amhaz, Master of Public Health student at Simon Fraser University 

Sally Xuanping Chen, Digital Health Research Coordinator at BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute and WHRI

Dr. Beth Payne, Digital Health Research Program Manager at BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute and the WHRI

When: August 16th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details or check our latest eBlast to download the calendar invite.

Where: online (zoom) or in SHY H214 on the CW Campus.

Objectives:

• Introduce the concept of human-centered design and its significance in the context of research
• Present the key principles of human-centered design and why they should be applied to enhance patient engagement
• Provide a practical example of human-centered design approaches used for activities in the RAPID project (https://whri.org/our-initiatives/rapid/).
• Understand the benefits and opportunities of implementing a human-centered design approach in other digital health research projects for patients, healthcare providers, and stakeholders within WHRI &BCCHR

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Who: Nicole Prestley, KT Manager, WHRI

When: July 19th at 12:00 pm Pacific.

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details.

Where: online (zoom) or in SHY H214 on the CW Campus.

Who: Sabina Dobrer

When: June 14th at 12:00 pm.

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details or check our latest eBlast to download the calendar invitation

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Who: Sabina Dobrer

When: May 10th at 12:00 pm

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details or check our latest eBlast to download the calendar invitation

Objectives:

  • How to avoid “garbage in garbage out” situations by using data cycle steps
  • To learn about accepted practices in DATA planning, production, description, management, pre-processing, protection, and governance
  • To understand how data privacy is relevant to all stages data undergo trough the life cycle of the project
  • How some aspects of data cycle processes and procedures can help us to tell a story, reduce future uncertainty, and predict the likelihood of future events

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Who: Julia Santana Parrilla

When: April 12th at 12:00 pm

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details or check our latest eBlast to download the calendar invitation

Objectives:

  • To identify and describe the value of qualitative methods
  • To make qualitative methods approachable
  • To support awareness of qualitative methods support and capacity at WHRI

Who: Nicole Prestley, Julia Santana Parrilla, and Sabina Dobrer

When: March 16th at 12:00 pm

What: An overview of the Lunch & Learn series purpose and how to access qualitative, knowledge translation, and statistical support services.

How: email whri.communications@cw.bc.ca for details or check our latest eBlast to download the calendar invitation

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