Events
This section contains past and future RRISIQ events (workshops and conferences) and some events organized by other institutions if they are recognized of interest to our members. It is possible to filter among the different categories of events by checking the boxes below the calendar. For our regular members it is also possible (when logged in) to suggest we add events to the calendar.


RRISIQ will accept to broadcast an external event provided that it is accessible to the community at large and that at least one member of the network is among the speakers.

Economic Analysis in Nursing

February 18, 2020 12:00 - 13:30 | RRISIQ event
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Speaker: Éric TchouaketAssociate ProfessorDépartement des sciences infirmières Université du Québec en Ouatouais The economic analysis aims to demonstrate the efficiency of an intervention by comparing the costs associated with the implementation of the intervention (inputs) with the costs of the...
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Practical tips and resources to guide a knowledge synthesis study

January 30, 2020 12:00 - 13:30 | RRISIQ event
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Dr. Tsimicalis will offer a brief overview of knowledge syntheses and provide practical tips and resources to lead or supervise trainees to conduct a knowledge synthesis study.Please register for this event  A Zoom conference will be available for participants who are unable to be present on site.
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Workshop: "Revues systématiques et méta-analyses: L’utilisation du logiciel RevMan" 2020

January 23, 2020 09:00 - 12:00 | RRISIQ event
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Workshop presented by: Chantal Roy Assistant to the Head of Unit Unité de recherche clinique appliquée CHU Ste-Justine Research Center Abstract RevMan is a free software developed by the Cochrane Collaboration Group. It is designed to carry out systematic reviews and Cochrane Meta-Analyses or for...
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A beginner’s Introduction to Optimization Trials for Behavioral Interventions

December 3, 2019 12:00 - 13:30 | RRISIQ event
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Presented by:Andraea Van HulstAssistant ProfessorMcGill UniversityIngram School of NursingandChristine MaheuAssistant ProfessorMcGill UniversityIngram School of NursingMost behavioral interventions are complex and consider a combination of multiple components. For example, a weight management...
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