The N2 Annual Meeting is just a few weeks away! Have your registered yet? You can register here.
N2 has a partnership with CITI to provide high quality, web-based, Canadian instruction on a variety of research topics. These courses promotes research with human participants to be conducted in a manner that is appropriate, safe, responsible, ethical and meets the guidelines, regulations and legislation in this country. The 9-courses in the CITI-Canada curriculum are composed of modules and quizzes; completion certificates are generated for successful learners. Limited courses are available in both English and French.
Courses available include:
- Good Clinical Practice Basic
- Good Clinical Practice Refresher
- Biomedical Research Ethics
- Social and Behavioural Research Ethics
- Health Canada Division 5: Drugs for Clinical Trials Involving Humans
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods/International Air Transport Association (TDG/IATA)
- Responsible Conduct of Research in Life Sciences
- Responsible Conduct of Research in Physical Sciences
- Privacy and Security for Personal Health Information (PHI)
The N2 Annual Meeting is just 1-month away! Make sure to register here.
Good news! If you are not able to attend in person, we are now recording the meeting and you are able to attend virtually.
Congratulations to N2 member Q-CROC who has launched their website OncoQuébec. This website allows you to search clinical trials in oncology by keywords or filters. The platform contains studies currently recruiting participants in Quebec, and those that will soon be. It also allows you to contact research teams directly. (available in French and English)
Season’s greetings from everyone at N2! 2019 was a year full of lots of changes, and as the year is coming to a close we would like to take a moment to reflect on our accomplishments this year and note some of the items we are looking forward to in 2020!
Thank you to all our members and diligent committee members who continue to work on our content and campaigns. We look forward to the things to come in 2020!
Read the 2019 Year-End Summary
Here are some trustworthy resources to help you find a clinical trial.
This is the homepage for a searchable clinical trial registry recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (also called ICMJE). Clinical research studies (whether proposed, ongoing or finished) anywhere in the world are part of this database.
You may also find out more about how to be in a clinical trial by asking your doctor or another member of your healthcare team.