Primary Health Care Research Day
Primary Health Care Research Day is an opportunity for learners, decision makers, citizens, clinicians and researchers from a variety of disciplines to come together and celebrate primary health care research in Nova Scotia and across Canada. Primary Health Care Research Day is presented by Building Research for Integrated Primary Healthcare (BRIC NS). BRIC NS is Nova Scotia's Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI) Network.
Collaborative Health Education Building (CHEB), 5793 University Ave.
Clinicians, Health Professionals, Decision Makers and Researchers: $130
Medical Residents: $75
Students, Patients, Caregivers and Citizens: $50
Registration is now open! Anyone with an interest in primary health care research is encouraged to register for this event. We are proud to be a Patient's Included event. Patients and caregivers can apply for a bursary to attend the conference.
Full registration details are available here.
Call for abstracts
Patients, students, medical residents, health care providers, faculty, researchers, knowledge users and the primary health care (PHC) research community are invited to share their finished, ongoing, and upcoming research and quality improvement initiatives.
BRIC NS is offering a financial award for the best student poster. When submitting a poster abstract, students are asked to indicate whether they wish to be considered for this award. To be eligible, the abstract must be accepted by the Primary Health Care Research Day Program Committee. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a degree program at a Nova Scotia university or community college. Applicants must be first author on posters. Applicants must present their own work and not that of an advisor.
Abstracts are being accepted until April 18, 2019. Full guidelines and submission information can be found here.