Workshops - Operating Grants
This initiative holds numerous workshops yearly providing information on grant writing, insights into the application process, budget development etc for the CIHR OOGP competition. Here, the PowerPoint PDFs as well video files of workshops are readily available for download.
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- 3Holt, Nick - Associate Professor, Faculty of Physical Educaiton & Recreation
- 3McPhalen, Cathy - PhD, thINK Editing
- 2Davidge, Sandra - Director, WCHRI: Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
- 2Drummond, Jane - Professor, Faculty of Nursing; Vice-Provost, Health Sciences Council
- 2Goodwin, Donna - Associate Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation; Director, The Steadward Centre for Personal & Physical Achievement
- 2Graves, Roger - Director, Writing Across the Curriculum and Professor, Department of English and Film Studies
The PDF PowerPoint of this session is available for download. Dr. Sandra Davidge (Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry; Directors, Women and Children's Health Research Institute [WCHRI]) discussed the importance and accuracy and what the applicant can do to convince the reviewer that they...
This interactive workshop discussing grant style is a follow up to Part 1- The Argumentative Strategies of CIHR OOGP Grant Writing ( http://hdl.handle.net/10402/era.24453 ) where critical moves, argumentative structure, citation patterns etc specific to different sections of the Open Operating...
Dr. Nick Holt (Associate Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation) shared his experiences as he has reviewed and been funded by both SSHRC and CIHR. Consequently, in this workshop he highlights the key differences between application funded by the the two funding agencies,...
The PowerPoint PDF of this workshop is ready for download. Dr. Cameron Wild (Professor & Associate Dean of Research, School of Public Health) addressed the mechanisms and review process at CIHR and how to write a fundable theme 4 grant.
Drs. Sandra Davidge (Scientific Office), Michelle Graham (Scientific Officer), and Hanne Ostergaard (Reviewer), shared their insights into preparing a project application based on their participation in the Fall 2016 Project Competition CIHR review process.
Is there a magic formula for writing a CIHR Project grant proposal? How do you “tell a good story” as everyone advises? We can’t offer a magic formula, but we can help you apply strategies that have worked for successful applicants: how to organize your proposal to cover each evaluation...
Rowe, Brian - Professor & Research Director, Emergency Medicine, Klarenbach, Scott - Assistant Professor, Department of Nephrology, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Michalak, Marek - Professor, Biochemistry; Vice-Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Rosychuk, Rhonda - Associate Professor & Director Biostatistics, Pediatrics
The PowerPoint PDF of this session is ready for download. The panelists discussed the importance and nuances of committee selection and key elements of funded CIHR OOGP applications. Key factors such as inclusion of statistics, data management, and health economics evaluations were addressed and...
This workshop was spent discussing the argumentative strategies of writing grants through the use of funded grant applications to the CIHR Open Operating Grant Program (OOGP) competition in Themes 1-4. Critical moves, argumentative structure, citation patterns etc specific to different sections...
This panel discussion was aimed at helping applicants select between the 44 different peer-review committees in the open operating grant competition. Panellists shared from their experience both applying to and serving on multiple peer review committees. While it was too late for applicants to...
Grant applications require review and approval by the Department, Faculty, and Institution. Jane De Pauw (Research Facilitator, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry) presented suggestions as to what actions will ensure quick review and approval and what issues stall approval.