Past Knowledge Mobilization Webinars

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August 31st, 2021, 11:00 AM: Dr. 

Dr. Jason Hickey is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Nursing at UNB, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Indigenous Health Research Chair.

June 24th 2021, 2:00 PM: A virtual support program led by/for LGBTQ+ youth that focuses on resiliency learned from LGBTQ+ elders who lived through the AIDs epidemic

Researchers: Dr. Erin Fredericks, St. Thomas University; and Nathan Thompson, Block House Counselling & Psychotherapy Services
May 19, 2021 2:00PM-3:00PM: Evaluating ‘what works’ for children in order to inform policy, practice and potential
New Brunswick Social Pediatrics is an interdisciplinary practice that incorporates a number of health professionals, researchers, students, volunteers, and children and families into an inclusive care model. This team is committed to protecting the rights of children and giving them a safe place to have their voices heard. We also perform mixed-methods research and rigorous evaluation of our programs, and are very active in advocacy work. As such, we have a diverse audience with which we need to effectively communicate our work, our findings and the real-world evidence that supports our practice. Over the last several years, we have developed numerous strategies to meet this need and ensure that our messages are clear, concise and accessible.  This presentation will provide an overview of these strategies and techniques.
April 22, 2021 11:00AM-12:00Pm:  Future Directions for NB Health Research. 
This webinar will highlight NBHRF's current success in funding research related to its guiding principles. Have the opportunity to provide your input into the Future of NB Health Research. 
Some questions you can expect to hear answered include . . .
How is NBHRF going to define its future directions?
What is NBHRF doing to engage stakeholders right now?
And be prepared to tell us your thoughts on . . .
How can NBHRF support you in the future?
What do you see impacting Health Research in the future?
Where should Health Research go from here?


February 25, 2021 2:00-3:30 PM: AGE-WELL: Canada's Technology and Aging Network

AGE-WELL is dedicated to the creation of technologies and services that benefit older adults and caregivers. Our aim is to help older Canadians maintain their independence, health and quality of life through technologies and services that increase their safety and security, support their independent living, and enhance their social participation. Learn how you can join our community of researchers, older adults, caregivers, partners and future leaders and accelerate the delivery of technology-based solutions that make a meaningful difference in the lives of Canadians.

AgeTech Insight Workshop: New Brunswick Trends and Priorities (45 min workshop)
Help AGE-WELL set the agenda for the future of AgeTech in Canada. In this workshop, participants will discuss current trends and emerging issues related to aging and the potential for technology to support aging well in the New Brunswick context.


January 26, 2021 11:00 AM:  So you want money? Programs and Funding from NBHRF

The New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) provides millions of dollars in the form of grants and salary awards to support New Brunswick health researchers and students each year. These funds are provided through the NBHRF’s programs and its research partnerships.

Join us for the first webinar of our knowledge mobilization webinar series where you can learn about how to access NBHRF funds through its various awards and grants.

This webinar will highlight the open application programs and walk through some common questions and answers from applicant. With the summer studentship application deadline is fast approaching this webinar looks to help researchers be successful. Get insight on best practices and some tips from the Director of Research Programs.

Some questions you can expect to hear answered include . . .

How can researchers access funding specifically for their summer students?

Can one apply for funding anytime?

How much money can a researcher access from the NBHRF?