We are committed to offering students a rich and vibrant learning environment where they can participate and gain valuable experience working on innovative research projects, further their academic careers, and have access to a wide range of research support services and networking opportunities. At BRI, students regularly participate in a number of academic activities including journal clubs, Research In Progress rounds (RIP rounds hosted by the C.T. Lamont Centre), Work In Progress rounds (WIP rounds hosted by the department of Palliative Care) summer learning series, the annual BRI Research Day, and bi-annual celebrations.
We encourage all students interested in joining our team to directly contact investigators in their research area of interest. To learn more about our investigators and their research, please visit the UniWeb NetWork page.
1. On-site research placement checklist
Prior to your start-date, you are required to complete the mandatory on-site prerequisites, which can be found in the On-Site Research Placement Checklist.
Once you have completed the requirements as outlined in the check-list, please connect with the Bruyère RI Education and Operations Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss next steps.
2. Bruyère RI E-learning module checklist
Within two weeks of their start date, all new students are required to complete the Bruyère RI E-Module Checklist . The e-modules can be found on the Learning Management System (LMS) available on InfoNet
Once the form is completed, please sign and send to the Bruyère RI Education and Operations Assistant (email@example.com). For instructions on how to access the LMS, please review the Accessing Bruyère E-Modules (hyperlink) document.
3. Privacy and confidentiality for all research personnel
Researchers, employees, students and volunteer are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality, privacy, and security of health information they have access to, and ensuring compliance with applicable institutional policy, legislation and regulatory requirements.
Please review and complete the Privacy and Confidentiality Statement Form, including the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2) online training course. Once the form is completed, please sign and send to the Bruyère RI Education and Operations Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org).