This year’s program will be from 8 a.m.–noon on November 4. Research Day will be hosted online using the innovative digital event platform, InEvent.

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:

InEvent guide for attendees.

InEvent guide for presenters.

InEvent guide for moderators.

Time

7:458:00

Virtual Lobby

Join us for some early morning networking and catch up with colleagues!

8:008:15

Welcome

  • Sandy Davidge, executive director, Women and Children’s Health Research Institute
  • Todd Alexander, associate director, Women and Children’s Health Research Institute
  • Brenda Hemmelgarn, dean, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
  • Mike House, president and CEO, Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • Sharlene Rutherford, president and CEO, Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation
8:159:00

Presentations

Watch our top trainees deliver their research in a three-minute thesis (3MT-style) presentation and interact with them during the live question and answer section.

Choose from several themed rooms to join:

  • Children’s health and well-being
  • Pregnancy and developmental trajectories
  • Lifelong women’s health
  • Knowledge translation and decision-making
9:0010:15

Keynote

Join Dr. Cara Tannenbaum, scientific director of Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Institute of Gender and Health, as she speaks on women’s health and gender research.

Title: From birth to death and everything in between
Tackling sex and gender in women’s health research across the lifespan

Ask Dr. Tannenbaum your questions during the live question and answer section!

10:1510:30

Break

Visit our sponsor rooms to connect with representatives from the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation, or just pop by to say “thanks” for their support!

Networking rooms will also be available.

10:3011:45

Presentations

Watch our top trainees deliver their research in a three-minute thesis (3MT-style) presentation, and interact with them during the live question and answer section.

Choose from several themed rooms to join:

  • Children’s health and well-being
  • Pregnancy and developmental trajectories
  • Lifelong women’s health
  • Knowledge translation and decision-making
11:4512:00

Wrap Up

Closing remarks from Sandy Davidge, executive director, and Todd Alexander, associate director, Women and Children’s Health Research Institute

Stop by the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and Lois Hole Hospital for Women sponsor rooms. Networking rooms are also available.