March CANnect
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SRG Round 3 Winners

Congratulations to the Program, Project and Patient Leaders on the five winning projects. Click here to read more about their exciting goals.

Scientist Knowledge Translation Training and Tools Workshop

On March 23 & 24, CANet hosted a Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (SKTT) workshop at the Alt Hotel in Toronto. Funded project investigators, social scientists and CHAT members brought a wide range of experience to the table as Melanie Barwick explained the essential steps to translating research knowledge to their audiences.
Photo credit: Melanie Barwick


Daniel Gelman, the winner of the CHAT Discovery grant at last year's ASC, presented an update on his research into catheter contact force control at the Imaging Network Of Ontario (IMNO) Symposium in London.

Please join us in welcoming the inaugural members of the CHAT Executive Committee. We look forward to seeing how they, in partnership with the Training and Education Committee, develop new and exciting opportunities for our CHAT members.

Katherine Allan (Lead)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, McMaster University
William McIntyre (Lead)
Cardiology Fellow, McMaster University
Chris Cheung
Resident, University of British Columbia
Derek Chew
Cardiology Fellow, University of Calgary
Daniel Gelman
PhD Candidate, Western University
Karen Giddens
Research Associate, Nova Scotia Health Authority
Kai Homer
Medical Student, University of Alberta
Shannon Kelly
PhD Candidate, University of Ottawa
Soo-Min Kim
MHA Student, University of Ottawa
Muhammad Mukarram
Research Associate, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Zardasht Oqab
Cardiology Fellow, University of Calgary

CANet Spotlight

Ratika Parkash, MD, MS, FRCPC, published Primary Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death With Device Therapy in Urban and Rural Populations in the newest issue of the Canadian Journal of Cardiology.

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