Student Day

May 27, 2010
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
89 Chestnut Conference Centre

As part of the 2010 CARWH Conference, a pre-conference Student Day is being planned. Join us for an informative full-day session geared to students conducting research in the work and health arena.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

This is an excellent opportunity to get to know other students and mentors in your field.

This session is offered in English only.

Preliminary program

Session facilitator: Jaime Guzman, Occupational Health & Safety Agency for Healthcare in BC

8:30-9:00       Meet and Greet Exercises

9:00-9:45       Research Ethics
                     Presented by Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Institute for Work & Health (IWH)

9:45-10:45     Research Scenarios for Discussion
                     (individuals listed will provide scenarios)
                     1) Intervention study - Richard Wells
                     2) Qualitative data - Ellen MacEachen
                     3) Secondary data analysis - Sheilah Hogg-Johnson

10:45-11:00    Break

11:00-12:30    Funding Issues Panel
                      PhD Student (current) – Chun-Yip Hon
                      PhD Student (past) – Fergal O’Hagan
                      MSc Student (current/past) – Midori Courtice
                      CIHR Representative – Aleck Ostry
                      WorkSafeBC Representative – Ed McCloskey
                      WSIB RAC Representative – Cam Mustard

12:30-1:30      Lunch

1:30-4:30        Review of articles; development of novel study
                      Academic mentors:
                      Hugh Davies, University of British Columbia
15-minute       Ellen MacEachen, IWH
break at a       Peter Smith, IWH
convenient      Jaime Guzman, OHSAH
time               Richard Wells, University of Waterloo
                      Emile Tompa, IWH
                      Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, IWH
                      Juliette (Archie) Cooper, University of Manitoba
                      Aleck Ostry, University of Victoria

                      Papers for discussion 

Registration costs for the conference:
Regular: $350.00
Student $100.00: (includes Student Day May 27)

Online registration closes on May 20. There will be no refunds allowed after May 20 when the on-line registration closes. After that date, registration must be completed at the conference venue on May 27-28.

The conference venue is 89 Chestnut, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. (416) 977-0707 (locate venue on Google Maps)

Go to registration page.

(Please note: the deadlines for submitting abstracts and proposals, or for submitting applications for the student travel subsidy have both passed.)