The goal of the University of Manitoba Clinician Investigator Program (CIP) is to improve the health of society by providing the next generation of medical and surgical specialists with the leading-edge graduate research training necessary to become successful clinician scientists. Clinician Investigator Program research training can occur either within or immediately after a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons clinical residency program.
Eligible areas of research include all four Canadian Institutes of Health Research pillars (biomedical, clinical, population health and health services research) as well as health research in related areas such as economics, education, e-health or ethics.
Achieving the CIP designation requires a minimum of two years of formal training. Depending on career stage, CIP training may serve as a formal introduction to research, an intermediate step in research career training, or as the final research training experience prior to faculty appointment.
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