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A National Voice

Working to enhance clinical research capability and capacity across Canada
Canada’s Alliance for Excellence in Clinical Research

Tools for Clinical Research

N2 equips clinical research professionals with the necessary tools and programs to conduct high quality research with integrity, efficiency and continuous quality improvement.

A National Voice

N2 acts as a national voice, advocating on behalf of membership for issues affecting or influencing clinical research in Canada.

Network of Networks

N2 fosters collaboration among stakeholder groups to strengthen Canada’s research enterprise and serve as a national alliance, bridging regional and provincial initiatives.

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Enhancing Canada’s Research Capability & Capacity

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Our membership has allowed us to learn from successes in other provinces, implement new ideas, keep abreast of new developments in the Canadian clinical trials landscape, and network with other clinical research groups faced with similar challenges and opportunities. Dr. Caroline Rousseau

Q-CROC

It is well worth attending the two-day Annual General Meetings and with each successive AGM, you can see and hear how N2 is growing by leaps and bounds and likewise the enthusiasm and volunteerism exhibited at the meetings, all of which makes for relevant and informative discussions. Wendy Hollinshead

McMaster University

Through their outreach to various stakeholders, N2 partnership definitely gives Canada an edge and helps us, the pharmaceutical industry, to continue to attract and leverage the implementation of clinical trials in Canada; ensuring a high level of quality and compliance. Sally Hossain

Pfizer

Being a member of N2 has provided us with the opportunity to develop collaborative working relationships with clinical research organizations across Canada. These networking opportunities have helped us to streamline processes, share and create resources, and learn from other clinical research experts’ experiences. Tammy Beaudoin

The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute