Stephanie Robbins M.Sc.
Research coordinator in the departments of
Psychiatry and Nursing at the Jewish General Hospital.
Running quantitative and qualitative research studies involving human participants is complex and requires the coordination of a myriad of moving parts. Setting in place procedural protocols can be time-consuming, however these tools ultimately save researchers time and money, reduce errors and missing data, improve yield of recruitment, and importantly, provide a cohesive process that empower all members of the research team. This presentation outlines some of these in-house tools as well as online platforms that facilitate communication and data collection.
**This event will be broadcasted with Zoom**
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