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Health Economics Opportunities with CPAC

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer has openings for a Health Economist and a Health Economics Fellow. Health Economist Closing Date: September 21, 2020 This position is part of the Partnership’s Cancer Systems, Performance and Innovation Division. This division drives improvements in Canada’s cancer system through data, research, economic modelling and innovations (more…)

Participants Needed: Have your say in the evaluation of CAR T-Cell Therapy

Stakeholder engagement in an economic evaluation of CAR-T cell therapy: improving economic evaluation with stakeholder-specific input  Principal Investigator: Dr. Justin Presseau Co-Principal Investigators: Dr. Kednapa Thavorn Co-Investigators: Dr. Natasha Kekre, Dr. Harry Atkins, Dr. Doug Coyle, Dr. Dean Fergusson, Mr. Terry Hawrysh, Dr. Ian Graham, Dr. Brian Hutton, Dr. Jeremy (more…)

Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum 2020 – now Virtual!

The Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum for 2020 is being re-imagined online! We hope that you will join us (from wherever you are)! About this Event The Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKF) is a professional development, learning, and networking event for those working in knowledge mobilization/translation/exchange. Drawing from expertise across different sectors, we are (more…)

Invitation to Participate: Online survey to share your thoughts on COVID-19 stigma, fear, and misinformation

While not cancer specific, we thought you may be interested in the below opportunity! *** We would like to invite you to consider participating in an online survey to provide your thoughts and perceptions on how stigma, fear and misinformation spreads during COVID-19. The survey is anonymous and completely confidential and should (more…)

New Partnership: ARCC joins CCTG trial aimed at protecting cancer patients from COVID-19

The Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG) has launched a new trial focusing on strengthening the immune system in cancer patients, CCTG IC.8:  Immunization With IMM-101 vs Observation for Prevention of Respiratory and Severe COVID-19 Related Infections in Cancer Patients at Increased Risk of Exposure (COV-IMMUNO). Funding and in-kind support, valued (more…)
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Announcing the 2020 ARCC Studentship Recipients!

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2020 ARCC Studentship Competition! Successful Applications The 2020 ARCC Studentship Competition resulted in the approval of 6 awards, with 3 Master’s level recipients, and 3 Doctoral level recipients. ARCC Received a total of 38 submissions for an overall success rate of (more…)

Invitation to participate in a research study: HTA use in Canada / Étude de recherche: Utilisation d’ETS au Canada

Le français suit INVITATION We invite you to participate in an online survey that asks your opinion about facilitators and barriers to the use of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) in Canada. You can access the survey here: The study is a collaboration between researchers from Dalhousie University, Maastricht University, (more…)
The Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control

Virtual ARCC2020

We are excited to officially launch Virtual ARCC2020! Starting in 2 weeks, on July 22nd, through the end of September, we will host 7 different 1 hour sessions each featuring 2-3 abstracts submitted to ARCC2020. We hope you will consider joining us for some or all of these sessions to (more…)

BRIGHT Run Breast Cancer Learning Health System Chair – applications being accepted until 8-15-2020

The McMaster Department of Oncology is seeking a scientist with background and experience in applied data science research or a related field, and a strong interest in joining a multidisciplinary team dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with breast cancer. This is a full time position. The BRIGHT Run (more…)

Gynecologic Cancer Initiative – Trainee Webinar Series

  The Gynecologic Cancer Initiative is excited to present an 8-week webinar series for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, providing a fulsome overview of the molecular biology, epidemiology, prevention and treatment of all gynecologic cancers. You’ll learn from experts from BC’s Gynecologic Cancer Initiative who will introduce the basics of (more…)