Research plays a vital role in healthcare by fostering specialized knowledge, skills and expertise. The Niagara Health Research Lead Office has a goal to be community leaders in health innovation and research.
Innovative research leads to extraordinary care. Join Niagara Health and St. Joseph’s Research Institute for Research Day on November 14. This event features a keynote address by Dr. Deborah Cook and an introduction to the five pillars of research at Niagara Health. Don’t miss the interactive poster session! Space is limited.
Check out the agenda for Research Day.
The Research Lead Office was established in 2015 in collaboration with the Niagara Regional Campus of McMaster University's Michael G. Degroote School of Medicine to build a culture of research at Niagara Health. Lead by Niagara Health Research Lead and Intensivist Dr. Jennifer Tsang, the program is focused on promoting staff engagement and accessibility to research.
The Research Lead Office's mandate aligns with Niagara Health’s strategic plan through strengthening our research activities by using research to inform care, inspire innovation and create environments of collaborative learning an research.
To work towards achieving these goals, the Research Engagement Program was developed, which encompasses the Research Coaching Program, as well as the Research Seminar Series.
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Zeau Ismail, Director, Interprofessional Practice, Ethics & Research
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