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Strategic Grant Writing for CIHR Knowledge Translation Proposals

Objective This workshop will provide people with strategies to write a high impact grant proposal targeted at the CIHR Meetings, Planning and Dissemination Grant: Knowledge Translation Supplement (Spring 2011 Competition). The specific objective of this funding opportunity is to facilitate the dissemination and uptake of research findings through appropriate KT strategies/activities based on the best […]

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SSHRC Insight Grant Workshop

Are you interested in learning about the new Insight Grant Program and its new evaluation criteria – if so, register for the SPARC sponsored SSHRC Insight Grant Workshop. Website Registration – http://research.ubc.ca/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=27

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Grant Writing Electronic Tools – PubMed and Refworks

Tired of spending hours and then days conducting publication searches to write your grant proposal? Learn how to efficiently conduct publication searches, navigate the new Pubmed interface and manage your references using Refworks, and say good bye to static bibliographies in your grant proposals. This workshop, sponsored by the UBC Library and SPARC (Support Programs […]

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Invitation to Knowledge Translation Training Workshop, Vancouver, May 30-31

The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) and the UBC University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO) are partnering to bring the highly regarded Scientist Knowledge Translation Training Workshop (SKTT™) to Western Canada for the first time. The workshop will be held in Vancouver, on Monday May 30th and Tuesday, May 31st. This two-day, practice-oriented course, initially […]

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Announcement of NSERC Discovery Grant Information Session – September 16th

On behalf of the Vice President Research & International and the Office of Research Services, Dr. Rabab Ward (NSERC Representative at UBC), invites you to attend the presentation, “Applying to the Discovery Grants Program.”  In this two-hour session, we will discover the conference model, peer review process and the selection criteria used by NSERC for […]

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