Watch your email on November 2 for your personalized InEvent access code from “WCHRI Research Day 2020”. Information on how to access and navigate InEvent is below:
Presenters, please use a laptop or desktop when giving your 3MT-style presentation, not a tablet (e.g. iPad, Galaxy Tab, etc.) or mobile device. These devices are fine for attendees but not for presenters.
The Women and Children’s Health Research Institute is proud to be hosting its annual Research Day in 2020. For the first time, Research Day will be held virtually!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are launching a new interactive virtual format for Research Day 2020. This will not only allow our trainees to safely present their work but also provide them with the opportunity to develop new presentation skills.
WCHRI’s Research Day brings our members and stakeholders together to share common interests and research outputs on women and children’s health and is a great venue for our trainees to communicate their recent work, discuss their research and network with colleagues. Presentations for Research Day will be combined into themed sessions and presented in moderated virtual sessions. As well, participants are invited to take part in virtual networking activities!
Research Day will include a presentation and live question and answer session from our keynote speaker, Dr. Cara Tannenbaum. Read more about our keynote presentation.
|Registration and abstract submission opens||July 29|
|Learning Session: “How to prepare your abstract”||July 29|
|Abstract submission closes||September 15|
|Learning Session: “How to prepare your 3MT-style presentation for WCHRI Research Day”||October 6|
|Registration closes||November 1|
|Personalized InEvent access codes emailed||November 2|
All attendees must register even if you are not submitting an abstract. Registration numbers are limited. Please register if you plan to attend.
See you on November 4th!
WCHRI Research Day is an open event where photographs of presenters and attendees are taken.