The future of our initiatives will be sustained by the next generation of investigators, clinicians, and healthcare professionals. We formed the CANet HQP Association for Trainees (CHAT) to nurture new professionals in public and private research through the development of Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP).
CHAT provides its members valuable resources and opportunities to network with like-minded colleagues, and participate in events and competitions across Canada that help strengthen their research and career development.
To date, CHAT has conducted 218 courses and workshops, trained 6,695 HQP, and launched 147 new careers in the public and private sector workplace. There have also been 143 job promotions received for Allied Health Research Professionals.
PhD, Medical Scientist Student, University of Toronto
Effect of Time to Treatment With Antiarrhythmic Drugs on Return of Spontaneous Circulation in Shock- Refractory Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
Methodologist II at Ottawa Heart Institute and Research Assistant at Queens University
Bystander-initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator use after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Uncovering disparities in care and survival across the urban–rural spectrum
To view a complete list of all CHAT members with additional search and sort capabilities, click here.
Interested in becoming a member of the CANet HQP Association for Trainees (CHAT)? Please download, review, complete, and submit the CANet Trainee Membership (MS Word) form below:
Expert Knowledge Exchange
Building for the Future
November 17-18, 2022
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