The Beatrice Hunter Cancer Research Institute CRTP Integrated Learning Session (ILS) will be held on Wednesday 30 January from 10:00am-12:00pm AST in room 2L7, 2nd floor, Tupper Building Link, Dalhousie University and by videoconference to the following sites:
• Dalhousie Halifax –2L3, Second Floor, Tupper Link
• Georges Dumont Hospital - Salle de vidéoconférence-Hémo 3- local 2502
• MUN – Meeting room 3 (HSC 2985)
• Dalhousie Truro –Student Learning Commons – SLC Boardroom
• CBU – B260-A
• UNB St. John – LRC 266
• Acadia – BAC144A
ILS sessions are mandatory for CRTP Trainees – please contact email@example.com if you are unable to attend. Trainees recognize the benefit of having supervisors in attendance at these sessions and we hope that all supervisors of CRTP trainees will attend as many sessions as possible.
Research Ethics for Cancer Researchers
Lynette Reid, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Bioethics, Dalhousie University
• Describe and apply basic principles that inform research ethics regulation and reflective research ethical research practice, and
• Discuss issues in cancer research (clinical and qualitative) where investigators and REBs exercise judgment
Lynette Reid is Associate Professor in the Department of Bioethics at Dalhousie University. Her areas of research include ethical and philosophical issues in cancer screening and ethical issues in access in universal health care systems. She serves on the Health Technology Expert Review Panel at CADTH. She recently spent a half-year at Cambridge University on a British Academy-funded research visit working on a book MS on ethical and philosophical issues in cancer screening and early detection.
PLEASE NOTE: It is important to mute mics when not in use so that background noise is minimal. For technical support during sessions, please phone: 1-855-265-7142