Interested in learning about Patient-Oriented Research?
The Knowledge Translation Program at St. Michael’s Hospital will be offering an online course called
Partners in Research (PiR). This online course will consist of 4 live web-based sessions and is designed
for patients, families/caregivers and healthcare researchers. The PiR course will focus on how patients, families, and
researchers can work together to improve health research and health care.
PiR aims to help patients and families/caregivers:
PiR aims to help researchers:
Who should participate?
The course is open to patients, their families/caregivers, healthcare researchers, and graduate students who are either currently involved in projects that relate to POR or those who are interested in learning more about how to conduct or participate in POR.
The course will be offered twice in 2018*:
|April to May 2018||October to November 2018|
|4 bi-weekly online sessions||4 bi-weekly online sessions|
*please note that we are accepting applications for 2018, however our 2017 cohorts have passed/are full
We are now accepting applications for our Spring 2018 and Fall 2018 cohorts. The PiR course will be offered at no cost to participants.
If you are a patient, family member, or caregiver:
If you are a healthcare researcher: