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Summer Research Training Institute

 

The Summer Research Training Institute is based on a partnership between the College of Nursing, Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management, Faculty of Education, and the Centre on Aging. This program will offer a variety of workshops designed to provide introductory research skills and knowledge for students, research assistants, research staff, and faculty members. Any faculty member or researcher, his/her students and research staff that are affiliated with any of the partnering faculties and unit may participate in the Summer Research Training Institute.

 

The Summer Research Training Institute is comprised of a combination of research events, workshops, and on-line resources held in May and June. This will provide exposure to a wide variety of experiences related to research.

 

 

RESEARCH EVENTS

 

There are a number of research events held during May and June. Below is a list of related events. Each event requires a separate registration that is managed separate from the Summer Research Training Institute.

 

Eligibility: These events are open to anyone.

 

Registration: Please visit each event website to register and for more information.

 

Date Event
April 26
Applied Health Science Research Day
May 7
Centre on Aging Spring Research Symposium, 8:45am-4:00pm Brodie Centre, Bannatyne Campus
May 8
Centre on Aging Symposium Workshop: 9:00am-12:00pm, Marshall McLuhan Hall (University Centre)
May 8
Health, Leisure & Human Performance Research Institute Research Day, Active Living Centre Agora, Fort Garry Campus 9:00am-4:30pm

 

ONLINE RESOURCES

 

•    FIPPA/PHIA Training
•    CORE
•    Research Integrity (Register through UM Learn)
•    Dataverse
•    Environmental Health & Safety Training

 

RESEARCH WORKSHOPS

 

There are a number of workshops offered through May and June. Eligible registrants may attend as many workshops as you wish.

 

Eligibility: You must be affiliated with one of the partnering faculties or unit to attend any of the Summer Research Training Institute workshops. Partnering faculties and units are:

·       College of Nursing

·       Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management

·       Faculty of Education

·       Centre on Aging

 

If you are not affiliated with one of the above units and want to attend, please contact Nicole Dunn.
 

 

Registration: All workshops are FREE to attend and require registration. See each workshop below to register for each workshop. Registration for May workshops will open Monday, April 16. Registration for each workshop will close 24 hours prior to the beginning of the workshop. Space is limited.

 

 

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Wednesday, May 2
Tips for Success as a Research Assistant 

Ms. Naomi Armah, College of Nursing
Mr. Kevin Boreskie, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
Ms. Simrit Deol, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
Ms. Erin Scott, Faculty of Education

1:00-2:30pm | 220 Active Living Centre (Cibinel Boardroom)

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Wednesday, May 9
Introduction to Systematic Reviews

Ms. Diane Cepanec, Senior Research Manager, College of Nursing & MCNHR

1:00-3:00pm | Room 218 Helen Glass Centre

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Thursday, May 10
Foundations of Literature Searching

TBA, Librarian for Nursing
Mr. Kyle Feenstra, Librarian for Education
Ms. Sarah Clark, Librarian for Kinesiology and Recreation Management

9:30-11:30am | Brown Computer Lab, Elizabeth Dafoe Library

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Friday, May 11
Introduction to SPSS

Mr. James Plohman, Research Coordinator, MCNHR

1:00-4:00pm |
Room 394 Helen Glass Centre

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Monday, May 14
Managing Your References

Ms. Lisa Demczuk, Nursing Liaison Librarian, College of Nursing

1:00-2:30pm |
Room 394 Helen Glass Centre

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Tuesday, May 15
Excel for Research Management

Ms. Sarah Clark, Libraries
Dr. Todd Duhamel, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

10:00-11:30am | Gold Computer Lab, Elizabeth Dafoe Library

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Wednesday, May 16
Conducting Research in Schools

Dr. Francine Morin, Associate Dean, Undergraduate and Professor Curriculum, Teaching and Learning for Education (CTL)
Dr. Charlotte Enns, Associate Dean, Graduate and Research and Professor Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)

1:00-2:30pm | Room 326 Education Building

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Thursday, May 17
Indigenous Research

Dr. Jennifer Brant, Assistant Professor, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning for Education (CTL)
Ms. Karen Favell, Lecturer, Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)
Dr. Brian Rice, Associate Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

1:00-2:30pm | Room 326 Education Building

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Tuesday, May 22
Ethics Involving Human Subjects

Mr. James Plohman, Research Coordinator, MCNHR

10:00-12:00pm | Room 218 Helen Glass Centre

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Wednesday, May 23
Staying Organized During Systematic Reviews

Ms. Diane Cepanec, Senior Research Manager, College of Nursing & MCNHR
Ms. Lisa Demczuk, Nursing Liaison Librarian, College of Nursing

9:00-10:30am | Room 370 Helen Glass Centre

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Thursday, May 24
Introduction to Research Project Management

Ms. Nicole Dunn, Associate Director (Research), Centre on Aging
Ms. Mary Ann Nurmi, Research Coordinator, College of Nursing

9:00-11:00am | Room 214 Tier Building

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Tuesday, May 29
Online Surveys

Mr. James Plohman, Research Coordinator, MCNHR

9:00-12:30pm |
Room 394 Helen Glass Centre

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Thursday, May 31
Conducting Research with Older Adults

Ms. Nicole Dunn, Associate Director (Research), Centre on Aging

9:00-10:30am |
Room 216 Tier Building

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Tuesday, June 5
Introduction to NVivo

Dr. Fenton, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

2:00-3:30pm |
220 Active Living Centre (Cibinel Boardroom)

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Wednesday, June 6
Qualitative Interviewing & Focus Groups

Dr. Stephanie Chesser, Post-doctoral Fellow, Centre on Aging

9:30-11:30am | Room 214 Tier Building

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Friday, June 8
Advanced SPSS

Mr. James Plohman, Research Coordinator, MCNHR

9:00am-12:00pm | Room 394 Helen Glass Centre

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Tuesday June 12
Preparing a Manuscript for Publication

Dr. Diana McMillan, Associate Professor, College of Nursing
Ms. Miriam Unruh, Instructor, Academic Learning Centre
Dr. Robert C. Mizzi, Associate Professor, Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)
Dr. Jonathan Singer, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

1:00-3:00pm | Room 326 Education Building

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Wednesday, June 13
NVivo – Practice Session and Advanced Methods

Ms. Kelsey Johansen, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

2:00-3:30pm |
220 Active Living Centre (Cibinel Boardroom)

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Tuesday, June 19
Data Extraction & Synthesis

Dr. Lynda Balneaves, Associate Professor, College of Nursing

10:00-11:30am | Room 218 Helen Glass Centre

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Thursday, June 21
Creating Poster Presentations

Dr. Gordan Giesbrecht, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

11:00am-12:00pm |
220 Active Living Centre (Cibinel Boardroom)

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Monday, June 25
How to Create a Great Presentation

Dr. Stephen Cornish, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

3:00-4:00pm |
220 Active Living Centre (Cibinel Boardroom)