The CIHR Communications branch is offering media training to interested CIHR-funded researchers who would like to learn about traditional media. Facilitated by Media Specialist and former reporter David Coulombe, this training will provide media relations tools (advice and pitfalls) as well as outreach strategies that researchers can use to communicate effectively with journalists.
Three sessions will be offered:
- January 14, 2- 3 pm – English
- February 18, 2- 3 pm – French
- March 17, 2-3 pm – English
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
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A Canada-France Legacy Event
September 11-12, 2014, Ottawa, Canada
CIHR honors its remarkable researchers and their exceptional contributions to health research by awarding the Canadian Health Research Awards. Four awards are being presented: Canada's Health Researcher of the Year, The Peter Lougheed/CIHR New Investigator Salary Award, CIHR Knowledge Translation Award and CIHR Partnership Award.
The Gairdner Awards are a prestigious prize aimed at honoring and rewarding outstanding contributions to medical research, and aims to increase awareness of the value of scientific research and discovery.
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