Research Think Tank

Developing a real world research idea into a manageable research project
Third Thursday of each Month
Online

Got an idea for a research project but just not sure where to start?

Conducting a research project takes time, and relies on a specific skill set. Many clinicians are interested in research, having identified ways things could be improved in their services, but there can be a large gap between identifying the problem and knowing how to test a solution.

How might these workshops help you?

If you’ve been thinking about research projects but just aren’t sure where to start, these sessions are designed to step you through the stages for developing your idea into a project. Meeting on the third Thursday of the month, we will be working with real world research ideas and shaping them to manageable projects. With each session, we will build on research knowledge and skills, provide guidance regarding research processes, and discuss how to build a team to support the research.

You can download a flier to learn more here.

Feedback - Gravity

Create a Free Account

to see this and many other helpful resources

Sorry, accessing this page requires an account.

Create a Free Account

to see this and many other helpful resources