Mentorship is available to university faculty who desire advancing their skills with health services research to participate in this program faculty must apply and complete an interview process. For more information, please contact Dr. Kim Galt via e-mail.
Mentorship is available in multiple ways as identified in how to participate. Opportunities are available and we can assist you in the following ways:
- facilitate a match with a research project within your research interest
- facilitate a match to an available research mentor
- guide you to the best research opportunity to meet your needs
We want to ensure you have a mentored experience that is right for you. The student research program administrator, Mavis Hall can assist you if one of the following applies to you:
- you have identified a research mentor
- you have an interest in research, however have not identified a mentor
To request to be part of the CHRP student research program. Complete the request form and return it to CHRP via e-mail.