We’re delighted to welcome the Lady Davis Institute (LDI) to Sosido. LDI is the research arm of Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital, a teaching hospital of McGill University. It is among Canada’s leading medical research institutions, with major fields of inquiry including cancer, hemovascular diseases, epidemiology, diseases of aging, HIV/AIDS, and psychosocial science. Important discoveries made at the LDI have contributed to the health and well-being of patients in Quebec, Canada, and around the world since its founding in 1969. See more at www.ladydavis.ca
The French Society of Pediatric Oncology (SFCE) is an association of health professionals (surgeons, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, biologists, nurses and researchers) from 30 expert centres, dedicated to improving understanding, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of cancers in children and adolescents. Learn more about SFCE.
La Société Française de lutte contre les Cancers et les leucémies de l’Enfant et de l’adolescent (SFCE) est une association de professionnels (chirurgiens, radiothérapeutes, radiologues, pathologistes, biologistes, infirmières, chercheurs), issus de 30 centres experts, dédiée à l’amélioration de la compréhension, du diagnostic, du traitement et du suivi des cancers chez les enfants et les adolescents. En savoir plus sur SFCE.
We’re delighted to welcome the VESL community of practice to Sosido. VESL supports Canadian healthcare professionals to collaborate and enhance understanding around emerging therapies in cardiovascular health, with a focus on atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Read more about VESL.
Posted on by Sosido Networks in Uncategorized | Comments Off on You’re invited to ARCH, a video series and online community for Canadian healthcare professionals, promoting Practical Resilience in the face of a pandemic
You are invited to join ARCH, an online community for Canadian healthcare professionals which promotes Practical Resilience in the face of a pandemic. Facilitated by Dr. E. Adriana Wilson, Psychiatrist, FRCPC, ARCH will offer evidence-based resilience promotion in a practical manner. ARCH is supported by the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (CCPE). See more at https://resiliencehealthcare.org.
ARCH begins with 4 archived learning modules:
(1) Practical Resilience defined [view] (2) Making the most of your relationships during COVID [view] (3) How to recharge during COVID [view] (4) Making Meaning through COVID [view]
If you’ve reviewed one or all of the modules and would like to join the ARCH virtual Community of Practice to discuss resilience with your peers and Dr. Wilson, please sign up at https://bit.ly/ARCHsignup
ARCH is open to healthcare professionals working in Canada. Eligibility will be verified prior to account setup. Accounts in ARCH are provided under a grant from the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (www.ccpe-cfpc.org).
We’re pleased to welcome ARISE (Achieving Resilience In Sustained Engagement), a new community dedicated to promoting resilience within the Canadian pharmaceutical industry, supporting each employee with the tools, tips and tricks to emerge from adversity, stronger. ARISE is an initiative of the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education. More about ARISE.
This week we’re delighted to welcome to Sosido a new community called the Health Innovation Virtual Engagement (HIVE), a cross-specialty learning community for Canadian physicians, to support collaboration and enhance understanding of the condition of urticaria. Read more about HIVE.
This week we are launching a new community on Sosido called the Global Nursing Alliance on COVID-19 (GNAC-19) which connects 7,500+ nurses from around the world to share research and experience during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GNAC-19 is spearheaded and led by the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia and supported by generous industry partners AstraZeneca, BD, Ipsen and Mylan.
Members of GNAC-19 will have access to a members-only online forum to ask and answer questions of their global nursing colleagues, and will receive a weekly email digest with a summary of COVID-19 updates, research and activity in the online forum.
Nurses who already have an account on Sosido will be automatically added to GNAC-19. You will soon receive an email letting you know you have access to the GNAC-19 community; you will continue to receive only one Sosido email digest every Wednesday, including content from all of your Sosido communities.
Nurses who do not currently have an account on Sosido are invited to sign up for free here: GNAC-19 sign-up form. The community is available to current, practicing nurse clinicians and nurse researchers only; eligibility will be verified prior to account setup.
Thank you, health care professionals, for the work you are doing to help us all. If you have ideas on how we can support you, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mid-Atlantic Region Thalassemia Network (Thal-MAR) Thal-MAR is a multidisciplinary consortium of health care professionals focused on enhancing knowledge and improving clinical care for individuals with thalassemia. Thal-MAR is a joint initiative of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and supported through a grant from the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA). More about Thal-MAR.
Welcome Thal-MAR members! If you’d like more information about how Sosido works, see our slide tour or email us at email@example.com.
Posted on by Sosido Networks in Uncategorized | Comments Off on University of Calgary researchers analyze Sosido data to reveal scientific publication trends in the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine: Is research activity by clinical medical physicists in decline?
Researchers from the University of Calgary analyzed Sosido publication data over a 3-year period to reveal trends in academic output for CCPM-certified medical physicists.
They found that earlier-career medical physicists are publishing less than their more experienced colleagues. Do medical physicists increase academic output over the course of their career? Or is the newer generation of medical physicists simply publishing less?
Read the full article: Quirk S, Thind K, Myer T, Roumeliotis M. Scientific Publication Trends in the Canadian College of Physicists in Medicine. InterACTIONS. 2019 Oct; 65(4): 20-22. [download full text]