City Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Alan Bernstein

Sep 21, 2016

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12:00pm–1:00pm
City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds

Details

The Dr. Cy Frank Legacy Lectureship:

The Promise of Health Sciences in the 21st Century – A Revisit.

Alan Bernstein, OC, PhD, FRSC
President and CEO,
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

Alan Bernstein photoLearning objectives:

At the end of this presentation participants should be able to:

  1. Cite the scientific, technological, societal and human resource factors contributing to a current revolution in health research and its opportunities;
  2. Summarize how the current federal government has emerged as a champion of evidence based policy and innovation within the health system; and
  3. Respond confidently and boldly to these exciting opportunities and put forward a dynamic, forward looking and compelling position on the centrality of health research as a crystallizing force for the natural, biological, clinical, population and social sciences.

Hosted at:

UHN–Toronto General Hospital – Medical Education – Eaton Ground 025/026

Interactive videoconference:

Baycrest – Telehealth Boardroom
Sinai Health – Bridgepoint – G.001
Sinai Health – MSH – Main Auditorium, 18th Floor
St. John’s Rehab – S3 Room 332
St. Michael’s – LKSKI - Keenan Research Centre Auditorium - 2nd Fl.
Sunnybrook – McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61
Toronto Western – Main Auditorium, 2W 401
West Park – R3 Sunroom
William Osler – BCH N.1.191 & EGH 3A
Women’s College – Auditorium, Rm. 2501

Questions will be accepted via uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Twitter hashtag #CWMGR
Webcast available at http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=57660951.

Location

UHN–Toronto General Hospital, Medical Education
Eaton Ground 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street
Toronto
M5G 2C4

Contact

Christian Base
416-978-4499
2016-09-21 16:00:00 2016-09-21 17:00:00 UTC City Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Alan Bernstein The Dr. Cy Frank Legacy Lectureship: The Promise of Health Sciences in the 21st Century – A Revisit. Alan Bernstein, OC, PhD, FRSCPresident and CEO,Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Learning objectives: At the end of this presentation participants should be able to: Cite the scientific, technological, societal and human resource factors contributing to a current revolution in health research and its opportunities; Summarize how the current federal government has emerged as a champion of evidence based policy and innovation within the health system; and Respond confidently and boldly to these exciting opportunities and put forward a dynamic, forward looking and compelling position on the centrality of health research as a crystallizing force for the natural, biological, clinical, population and social sciences. Hosted at: UHN–Toronto General Hospital – Medical Education – Eaton Ground 025/026 Interactive videoconference: Baycrest – Telehealth BoardroomSinai Health – Bridgepoint – G.001Sinai Health – MSH – Main Auditorium, 18th FloorSt. John’s Rehab – S3 Room 332St. Michael’s – LKSKI - Keenan Research Centre Auditorium - 2nd Fl.Sunnybrook – McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61Toronto Western – Main Auditorium, 2W 401West Park – R3 SunroomWilliam Osler – BCH N.1.191 & EGH 3AWomen’s College – Auditorium, Rm. 2501 Questions will be accepted via uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Webcast available at http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=57660951. Eaton Ground 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street - UHN–Toronto General Hospital, Medical Education discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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