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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24 Mar 2017

Research Posters & Presentations Made Simple

T206, UBC Hospital (3rd floor)

Time: 12-1pm

Light refreshments will be provided. REGISTER to attend or view by webinar.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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28 Mar 2017

Reclaiming Our Spirits

T206, 3rd floor, UBC Hospital

Time: 8-9am

Elders, nurses and Indigenous women working together to heal from violence.

  • Research
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate
  • Alumni

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03 Apr 2017

Framing Your Research for Media Coverage

T206, 3rd floor - UBC Hospital

Time: 12-1pm

Learn ways to identify and frame the “story” in your research to help showcase your findings to a wider public.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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04 Apr 2017

Late Scholarship: Fostering the research/advocacy/praxis dialectic

Peter Wall Institute, Seminar Room 307

Time: 2:30 – 3:30pm

Drawing on lessons learned, we discuss a developing program of praxis-oriented research, that includes multiple voices and experiences, and interdisciplinary and intergenerational collaboration, that helps us take a long-term view on addressing issues such as poverty and health.

  • Research
  • Alumni

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05 Apr 2017

What is suffering, who feels it and where does it lie?

T206, UBC School of Nursing (3rd floor - UBC Hospital)

Time: 12-1pm

Drawing on a decade of work with oncology doctors and nurses and people living advanced cancer, Prof. Alex Broom posits that suffering-in-practice challenges the assumed borders between people, often concealing the true ‘nature’ of suffering as negotiated, contingent and collectively orchestrated.

  • Research
  • Graduate

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