On Oct 28, PHC leaders, clinicians and researchers joined with research supporters to hear from 10 PHC teams who recently completed their research or knowledge translation projects. Using the innovative 3-Minute Thesis format, the teams highlighted learnings from their projects and the ways these projects have led to practice improvements for patients and families.
A panel of four judges assessed the presentations, and awarded top scores to Melissa Nicholson and Priscilla Sahota – see their presentation slides below. Want to hear more about the research? Click on the image for a link to their presentation. If you missed the event and want to learn about the great research happening, a recording is now available!
Presentation 1 – Melissa Nicholson + Team, The In-Line Study
Presentation 2 – Sahota Priscilla + Team – Validation of the virtual measurement of the Essential Frailty Toolset
Congratulations to all the teams and their mentors — you make us proud to be in health care, and especially happy to be part of the PHC team!