Public lecture on non-pharmaceutical interventions with Dr. Marie Baqué-Juston, Dr. Fernand Vicari, and Pr. Patrick Baqué (video)
Plenary session with Dr. Lise Gauvin from Université de Montréal (video)
Spotlight on Researchers (Dr. Linda E. Carlson and Drs. Kim Lavoie and Simon Bacon), video of a talk by Dr. Molly Bryne, recent publications, and more.
Thanks to her new CIHR Chair, Dr. Linda Carlson continues to successfully combine her passion for mentorship and patient engagement with integrative oncology research. Dr. Linda E. Carlson For those exploring new ground, there is an inherent challenge …
IBTN Members Secure Two New Canadian Chair Appointments Two of IBTN Co-Directors, Drs. Kim Lavoie and Simon Bacon Last December, in Montreal, Canada, the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) added four new strategic chairs to the university’s existin …
Dr Molly Byrne discusses strengths and challenges of stakeholder-engaged research. She talks about a number of studies she has conducted, all which have used strategies to engage end-users of the research. These include a research prioritisation exercise which sought the views of people with diabetes, services providers and policy makers to identify research priorities in behavioural diabetes research.
Upcoming conferences, recent publications, new programs and initiatives, including “Assessing a Body of Evidence of Complex Interventions”. Plus a contest for IBTN Community members!
IBTN Core Member Dr. Paul Montgomery (University of Birmingham), in collaboration with the GRADE Working Group, is leading a research project to develop guidance for assessing and rating the quality of a body of evidence in systematic reviews of complex interventions. The guidance will be relevant for researchers in both clinical and social disciplines who conduct reviews on the effectiveness of complex interventions.
Upcoming conferences, recent publications, new programs and initiatives, including the HBCP (Human Behaviour Change Project)
CONNECTING TOGETHER AND BUILDING ON OUR SUCCESS In response to suggestions made during the spring’s 2016 IBTN Conference, we are happy to announce the launch of the online IBTN Community site. Join and connect with our community of researchers, experts …