Research Events

Find upcoming research events featuring UBC Nursing faculty and students.  Whether you are a researcher, nursing student, or someone from the community, the posted events are open to everyone.

This section is updated regularly.  If you would like to submit information on an upcoming event or conference, please email ONRTS@nursing.ubc.ca 

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16 Nov 2017

Supporting Men with Prostate Cancer

Webinar

Family Practice Oncology Network Webinar

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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21 Nov 2017

Still Here: A photovoice investigation of suicidality among Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and two-spirit adults

Rm T206, UBC Nursing, 3rd Floor -UBC Hospital

Time: 12-1pm

This seminar, presented by Dr. Olivier Ferlatte, will showcase a photovoice research study that aims at furthering the understanding of suicide bereavement and suicidality among LGBTQ2S people and to spark conversations about the need for targeted suicide prevention initiatives.

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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21 Nov 2017

Let's Talk About Men

BC Patient Safety & Quality Council (Suite #201 - 750 West Pender Street)

Evening Rounds in November presents a panel of experts taking on men's health. It's fitting that during "Movember" we tackle the issue of how to reach men with health initiatives and programs. Come hear about local initiatives making a difference in the lives of men in Vancouver, and stay for a discussion and Q&A.

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22 Nov 2017

What do we know about sexually exploited adolescent boys? A systematic review

Webinar

This presentation will provide an overview of what we know, and what we don’t know, from the existing research on sexually exploited adolescent boys, and offer some insights into what is needed in research and services to better reach boys and young men.

  • Research

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23 Nov 2017

Listening for Direction: The Development and Optimization of Workplace Mental Wellness Programs for Men

Webinar

The workplace has been recognized as a promising setting for implementing mental wellness initiatives with men yet many programs hold little “manly” appeal.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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24 Nov 2017

Sparking conversations about suicide prevention in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community with photovoice

Webinar

Time: 12-1pm PST

Drawing on an example from Dr. Ferlatte's own research on suicide among LGBTQ2S people, this webinar highlights key considerations for researchers who want to effectively incorporate novel KT approaches into their work.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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29 Nov 2017

Nursing’s role in supporting transgender people’s health through practice, research and education

Room T206 | 3rd Floor | UBC Hospital

Time: 8-9am

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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22 Jan 2018

Mapping the Post-Doctoral Journey

T206, UBC Hospital (3rd Floor)

Join us for an informal panel discussion on the trajectory of a post-doctoral fellow. The panelist will share personal observations on the opportunities and challenges of being a post-doc, tips and strategies, as well as things-you-would-do-differently, and life after post-doc.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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08 Mar 2018

In Search of Nursing’s History

UBC Woodward Library

In an interactive symposium, held at the UBC Woodward library’s historic space, UBC librarians, archivists, the UBC Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry and the BC History of Nursing Society collaboratively invite you to join for presentations, discussions and a Walk About to examine what’s new and what’s old in search of the rich history of n

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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06 May 201809 May 2018

NETNEP 2018

NETNEP 2018 will facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience of nursing, midwifery and healthcare workforce eduation worldwide.

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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