The seminars are an integral part of the CIP program as part of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Presenters from specialized fields are invited to come discuss various topics that provide career insight and development for the CIP trainees. Information on the seminar presentations and attached documents are available to both CIP trainees and Committee members once logged in.

If you have any login problems or questions about the program please contact the CIP Coordinator, Dr. Elliott Faller (efaller@ohri.ca)

Academic Year 2016-2017

Session 1 October 04 2016

Introduction to the CIP Program
Dr. Paul MacPherson, MD/PhD, CIP Program Director

Session 2 – November 15, 2016

Good Clinical Practice – Tammy Beaudoin (TOH-REB)

Session 3 – December 13, 2016

REB Applications
Ray Sanginur -TOH REB

Session 4 – January 10, 2017

Grant Writing
Dr. Rosendo Rodriguez

Session 5 – February 14, 2017

Translational Research
Dr. Smita Pakhale

Session 6 – March 21, 2017

Multidisciplinary Research
Dr. Andrew Seely

Session 7 – April 18, 2017

Beginning a Research Career
Dr. Carolyn Nessim, Dr. Michael Ong, Dr. Vankatesh Thiruganasambandamoorthy

Academic Year 2015-2016

Session 45 – November 16, 2015

“Career Planning in Clinical Investigation”  (Open Forum Discussion)
Dr. Adam Sachs, MD, Neurosurgery, The Ottawa Hospital
Dr. Shane English, MD, Critical Care, The Ottawa Hospital

Session 44 – October 20, 2015

“Providing the tools for effective clinical research”
10th Annual Clinical Research Training Course – Investigator Stream

Session 43 – September 30, 2015

Introduction to the Program  (Open Forum Discussion)
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Director of the Clinician Investigator Program

Academic Year 2014-2015

Session 42 – June 22, 2015

So you want to be a Clinician Scientist?
Dr. Andrew Seely, Thoracic Surgery, Critical Care Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Session 41 – April 21, 2015

Contracts Office
Marisa Akow, Director, Research Administration

The Research Ethics Board
Raphael Saginur, Chair, Ottawa Health Science Network Research Ethics Board

Session 40 – March 3 2015

The “Finding of Job”
Jodi Warman Chardon, Neurology, The Ottawa Hospital Neurogenetics, The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa; Associate Scientist, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Co-Director, Centre for Neuromuscular Disease, University of Ottawa

Guidebook for New Principle Investigators

Session 39 – January 19, 2015

How to get your grant funded
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Director of the Clinician Investigator Program

Academic Year 2013-2014

Session 38 – February, 18th 2014

Starting an Academic Career as Clinician-Researcher

Clinical Investigator Program Rounds

Session 37 – April, 9th 2014

Writing papers that use administrative databases
Dr. Carl Van Walraven, Senior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology, OHRI

Academic Year 2012-2013

Session 36 – March 26th, 2013 (PART I)

Ethics Board & Contracts: A Case-Based Discussion
Dr. Raphael Saginur, Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Research Ethics Board
Marisa Akow, Director of Research Adminstration of the Ottawa Hospital Research Ethics Board

Ethics Research: Evolution or Revolution
Karine Morin, Ethics Office, CIHR

Session 35 – March 26th, 2013 (PART II)

Navigating Your Way Through The Research Ethics Board & Contracts: A Case-Based Discussion
Dr. Raphael Saginur, Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Research Ethics Board

Contracts Office – Clinical Investigator Program Seminar
Marisa Akow, Director of Research Adminstration of the Ottawa Hospital Research Ethics Board

Session 34: Open Forum Discussion – February 19th, 2013

Establishing a Career as a Clinician Investigator
Dr. Robin Boushey, Associate Professor and General Surgery Research Director, Department of Surgery, University of Ottawa

Session 33: Open Forum Discussion – January 22nd, 2013

What They Never Taught Me About Being a Clinician Investigator
Dr. Abderldary, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery
Dr. Villeneuve, Division of Thoracic Surgery

Session 32: Open Forum Discussion – December 11th, 2012

Online CIP Curriculum
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Director of the Clinician Investigator Program

Session 31: Open Forum Discussion – September 24th, 2012

Practicalities of Writing a Thesis: an Introduction of New Software
Dr. Mark Pahuta, CIP Trainee

Academic Year 2011-2012

Session 30: Open Forum Discussion – June 11th, 2012

Introduction to the CIP
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Senior Scientist, OHRI

Session 29: Open Forum Discussion – April 16th, 2012

Interpreting Statistical Data
Dr. Tim Ramsay, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Methods Centre

Seminar 28: Open Forum discussion – February 14, 2012

Involving the “Community” in Your Research
Dr. Gonzalo Alvarez, Associate Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Dr. Marl Tyndall, Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa

Session 27: Open Forum Discussion – December 13, 2011

Interpreting Statistical Data
Dr. Tim Ramsay, Statistician, OHRI

Session 26: Open Forum Discussion – October 3, 2011

Keys to writing a successful fellowship application
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Senior Scientist, OHRI

Academic Year 2010-2011

Session 25 – April 29, 2011

Experiences with Technology Transfer in the Field of Parkinson Disease.
Presented by Michael Schlossmacher, Senior Scientist, Neuroscience, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Session 24 – April 5th, 2011

How to write a manuscript that is sure to get published
Dr. Carl Van Walraven, Senior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology, OHRI

Session 23 – February 10th, 2011

Research and Innovation: The Future of BioMedical Sciences
Dr. Marc Ruel, Ottawa Heart Institute

Session 22: Open Forum Discussion – November 23rd, 2010

Interpreting Statistical Evidence
Dr. Tim Ramsay, Statistician, OHRI

Session 21: Open Forum Discussion – October 19th, 2010

Trials and Tribulations of Starting a Career as a Clinician Investigator
Dr. Paul MacPherson, OHRI, Division of Infectious Disease
Dr. Mark Walker, OHRI

Academic Year 2009-2010

Session 20 – April 19th, 2010

Research Ethics and COI: The CIHR Perspective
Karine Morin, CIHR Ethics Office

Your Friend the OHRI REB
Dr. Ray Saginur, Director, Ottawa Hospital Research Ethics Board

Session 19: Open Forum Discussion – March 22nd, 2010

Establishing a career as a surgical scientist.  What did I do right and would I have done differently if I had to do it all over again?
Dr. Eve Tsai, Division of Neurosurgery, Ottawa Hospital
Dr. Rebecca Auer, Surgery, Ottawa Hospital

Session 18: Open Forum Discussion – February 23rd, 2010

OHRI Methods Centre Seminar
Tim Ramsay and Elham Sabri, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Methods Centre

Session 17 – November 24th, 2009

Technology Transfer – An Introduction
Anouk Fortin, PhD, Technology Transfer Office, OHRI

Session 16 – October 26th – 29th, 2009

Providing the tools for effective clinical research 
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Clinical Research Course

Session 15: Open Forum Discussion – October 5th, 2009

Please help me with these data
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Methods Centre

Academic Year 2008-2009

Session 14 – May 25th, 2009

What they never taught me about being a clinician investigator
Dr. Marc Carrier, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Session 13: Open Forum Discussion – March 10th, 2009

Keys to writing a successful fellowship application
Dr. Jonathan Angel, Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Senior Scientist, OHRI

Session 12 – November 28 2008

Ethics Day for Graduate Students

Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows:  rights, protection, responsibility
Dr. Gary Slater, Dean, Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Dr. Paul MacPherson, OHRI, Division of Infectious Disease

“Diversity and Cultural Sensitivity”
Dr. Marilyn Keaney, Director Animal Care and Veterinary Services

“Animal Research Subjects: Unnecessary Pain and Suffering”
Dr. Ray Saginur, Chair of the Human Research Ethics Board of the Ottawa Hospital

“Human Research Ethics”
Dr. Heidi McBride, University of Ottawa Heart Institute

“Image Manipulation”
Dr. Barbara Vanderhyden, Cancer Therapeutics, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute “Plagiarism”

Session 11 – October 26th – 31st, 2008

Providing the tools for effective clinical research
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Clinical Research Course

 

Academic Year 2007-2008

Session 10 – June 16th, 2008

How to write a beautiful grant proposal
Dr. Bill Cameron, Professor of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Senior Scientist, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Session 9: Open Forum Discussion – April 14, 2008

How to write a manuscript that is sure to get published
Dr. Carl Van Walraven, Senior Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology, OHRI

Session 8: Open Forum Discussion – February 18, 2008

Career Development Seminar, PART II
Negotiating your First Faculty Position
Dr. Jeff Turnbull – Chair, Dept. of Medicine, Professor, University of Ottawa
Dr. Phil Wells – Head Division of Haematology, TOH and Associate Director, Clinical Research, OHRI, Professor, University of Ottawa
Dr. Ryan Zarychanski, CIP Trainee, University of Ottawa

Session 7- December 5, 2007

Technology Transfer Seminar
Technology Transfer – An Introduction, Anouk Fortin, PhD – Technology Transfer Office, OHRI – Part 1
Technology Transfer – An Introduction, Anouk Fortin, PhD – Technology Transfer Office, OHRI – Part 2

References

  • Look, no strings: publishing industry-funded research
  • Dancing with the porcupine: rules for governing
    the university–industry relationship
  • Sponsorship, authorship and accountability
  • Session 7 Suggested Readings

Session 6 – September 17, 2007

Career Development Seminar, PART I
The Why, How and When of a Clinician-Investigator Research Career: Perspective from a Young Investigator
Dr. Marc Ruel, Ottawa Heart Institute

Establishing a Career as a Clinician Investigator
Dr. Shawn Aaron, Division Head, Respiratory Medicine, TOH

Academic Year 2006-2007

Session 5 – June 19, 2007

Statistics Seminar, PART III
Interpreting Statistical Evidence III
Dr. Tim Ramsay, Statistician, OHRI

Session 4 – May 15, 2007

Statistics Seminar, PART II
An Epidemiological Approach to Diagnostic Process
Dr. Steve Doucette, Statistician, OHRI

Session 3 – March 22, 2007

Statistics Seminar, PART I
Interpreting Statistical Evidence
Dr. Tim Ramsay, Statistician, OHRI

Session 2 – January 26, 2007

Ethics Seminar, PART II
Conflicts, Consent and Controversial Research: The Case of the Stem Cell Research
Timothy Caulfield, LLM, Health Law Institute, Professor, University of Alberta

Why are research institutions developing Conflict of Interest and Research Integrity Policies?
Dr. Nicole Bégin-Heick, University of Ottawa, Professor, Dept of BMI

Animal Research Subjects – Unnecessary Animal Use, Pain and Suffering
Dr. Marilyn Keaney, Director, Animal Care and Veterinary Services, University of Ottawa

References

  • PLOS Medicine – Moving Human Embryonic Stem Cells from Legislature to Lab: Remaining Legal and Ethical Questions
  • Suggested Reading 2

Session 1 – November 20, 2006

Ethics Seminar, PART I 
Why Research Ethics Matter
Dr. Michelle Mullen, Bioethicist, CHEO

The role of the REB
Dr. Raphael Saginur, Chair, Research Ethics Board, OHRI

Research Integrity/Conflict of Interest as it relates to studies involving human subject
Dr. Geneviève Dubois-Flynn and Dr. Natalia Bendin, Ethics Policy Advisors, CIHR

References

  • JAMC Bioethics for clinicians: 17. Conflict of interest in research, education and patient care
  • Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics – Leopards in the Temple Restoring Scientific Integrity to the Commercialized Research Scene,Trudo Lemmens
  • Lancet Vol 354 – Improving the quality of reports of meta-analyses of
    randomizedd controlled trials: the QUOROM statement
  • Lancet Vol 367 – Scientific misconduct: a new approach to prevention
  • Nature Genetics – Protecting communities in research: current guidelines and limits of extrapolation