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— that engender trust, safety, and privacy in connected learning environments, and that empower learners to connect and learn anywhere, anytime in ways that are equitable, social, participatory, and interest-driven.
These scalable, innovative, and transformative exemplars of connected learning must include open standards, or commonly agreed upon interoperable standards for accessing, sharing, and protecting information across multiple platforms and services that “talk” to each other.
The Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) invites Canadian organizations, graduate students and/or medical students to partner and apply for one of six Patient Safety Studentships.
Eligible organizations include universities, health regions, hospitals, non-governmental and/or not-for-profit private organizations.
Eligible graduate students include those in any field of health science, as well as other disciplines (including but not limited to psychology, sociology and/or human factors engineering) who are registered as full- or part-time students during the period of the award.
For further information, please visit the Patient Safety Institute website.
If you have any questions, please contact Lina Jung at [email protected]
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES: Patient Safety Institute – 2014-15 Studentships Deadline: October 21, 2014 The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is pleased to be supporting students once again this year with funding for research focused on the role and importance of patients in improving patient safety.
For examples of eligible study areas please see the guidelines.Studentships are an important way to increase student capacity in applied patient safety research.They aim to create new collaborative learning opportunities to facilitate implementation of practical ideas and tools to improve patient safety.The letter of intent must be approved in order to submit a full proposal.Young Investigator Grant – Deadline: December 15, 2014 ALSF is committed to the next generation of pediatric cancer investigators!