2017 March Newsletter
WinC and AlinC MEMBERSHIP
by Dr. Frank Vertosick is considered a must read for all physicians and medical trainees. This memoir details the joys and heartaches of neurosurgery, using humor and a lighthearted tone.
Perceptions and experiences of a gender gap at a Canadian research institute and potential strategies to mitigate this gap: a sequential mixed-methods study
Alekhya Mascarenhas, MPH, Julia E. Moore, PhD, MSc, Andrea C. Tricco, PhD, MSc, Jemila Hamid, PhD, MSc, Caitlin Daly, MSc, Julie Bain, BSc, Sabrina Jassemi, BSc, Tara Kiran, MD, MSc, Nancy Baxter, MD, PhD, Sharon E. Straus, MD, MSc
CAMO 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting
1st Oncological Critical Care Research Network International Conference
2017 ASCO Annual Meeting
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