Presented by:

Stephanie Robbins M.Sc.
Research coordinator in the departments of
Psychiatry and Nursing at the Jewish General Hospital.

Abstract:
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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