Trainees

SCPOR provides funding for students interested in patient-oriented health research (MSc, Phd, Postdoc, Medical Residents & Research Assistants). To qualify, student trainees MUST be working on patient-oriented research projects that align with the Saskatchewan Health System Strategic Priorities. At the U of S, the trainee selection process is determined by the home department/college that contributed to SCPOR trainees.

U of S funding is open to students in the following departments/colleges:

  • College of Nursing
  • College of Medicine
  • College of Pharmacy & Nutrition
  • Community Engagement & Outreach
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Math & Stats
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Psychology
  • Edwards School of Business
  • Social Science Research Lab
  • Veterinary Medicine

For more information about U of S SCPOR trainees, please contact Charlene Haver in the Saskatoon SCPOR office at scpor@usask.ca.

U of R funding is open to students in any Faculty or Academic Unit, including:

  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
  • Faculty of Kinesiology + Health Studies
  • Faculty of Media, Art and Performance
  • Faculty of Nursing
  • Faculty of Science
  • Faculty of Social Work
  • Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
  • La Cité universitaire francophone
  • Federated Colleges of UofR: Campion, FNUniv, Luther

* IPHRC has funding dedicated to Indigenous students

At the U of R, the trainee selection process is facilitated by the Research Office. For more information, please contact Research.Office@uregina.ca.

SCPOR TRAINEE FORMS

SCPOR Trainee Intake form – Please fill out this form if you are interested in funding for a trainee.

Trainee Terms of Reference – Please read this before filling out the Trainee intake form.

Trainee Annual Progress Report – This report is required for all trainees who have been awarded a SCPOR Graduate Student Scholarship (Masters or PhD) or a SCPOR Postdoctoral Fellow Scholarship. The Annual Progress Report is due on March 31st each year.

 

SCPOR would like recognize the current trainees who are working on SCPOR supported patient-oriented research projects:

SCPOR Funded Trainees

SCPOR would like congratulate and recognize the current funded trainees that are working on SCPOR supported patient-oriented research projects:

  • Jane Caulfield, MSc student in Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan. Supervisor Dr. Marjorie Delbaere. Jane’s project is focusing on consumer perceptions of public health initiatives.
  • Lucia New, PhD student in College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. Supervisor Dr. Donna Goodridge. Lucia’s project is focusing on patient safety initiatives in acute care settings, gaining the perspectives of patients and families.
  • Iman Ramezani, MSc student in Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan. Supervisors, Dr. Hamed Samarghandi and Dr. Keith Willoughby. Iman’s project is focusing on improving patient flow and resource scheduling with operations research.
  • Teena Thomas, MSc student in Biomedical Engineering, University of Saskatchewan. Supervisor Dr. Nate Osgood. Teena’s project is focusing on simulation modelling and smartphone-based sensing to improve effectiveness of clinical management in HIV patients.

SCPOR would also like to recognize the following students working as Research Assistants on patient-oriented research projects:

  • Bryan Belous, MSc student in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. Supervisor Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose. Bryan is supporting a project exploring the role of place in the healing process for First Nations youth in counselling settings across Saskatchewan.
  • Dwayne Johnson, MSc student in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. Supervisor Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose. Dwayne is supporting a project exploring the role of place in the healing process for First Nations youth in counselling settings across Saskatchewan.
  • Graham Brace, MSc student in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. Supervisor Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose. Graham is supporting a project exploring the role of place in the healing process for First Nations youth in counselling settings across Saskatchewan.
  • Ila Wenaus, MSc student in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. Supervisor Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose. Ila is supporting a project exploring the role of place in the healing process for First Nations youth in counselling settings across Saskatchewan.