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ComSciCon Canada & ComSciCon-CanWest

August 13th - 15th, 2021

ComSciCon is a series of workshops focused on enhancing communication skills and fostering an inclusive community that can effectively communicate scientific information to academic and non-academic audiences. Created in 2013 by graduate students at Harvard University and MIT, over 2000 graduate students have now benefited from learning the skills needed to communicate complex concepts within science, engineering and other technical fields to reach broader and more diverse audiences. ComSciCon has now come to Canada to empower the next generation of leaders in STEM fields across the country.

 

This year, ComSciCon Canada will be holding both a National Workshop (ComSciConCAN) and a Western Canada Workshop (ComSciCon-CanWest) in a virtual format from August 13th-15th, 2021. ComSciConCAN will provide training to graduate students with prior experience in science communication, while ComSciCon-CanWest will be designed for those at the beginning of their #SciComm journey. Applicants can choose which workshop(s) they are applying to in the application form, and each workshop will be completely free of charge for selected attendees.

 

Application:  https://forms.gle/es9bHw1wesa92XUU9

The application deadline is April 25th, 2021.

 

For more information, please refer to the National Workshop website (https://comscicon.com/comsciconcan-2021) and the Western Canada Workshop website (https://comscicon.com/comscicon-canwest-2021).


The 12th Health Services Research Conference 2021 

The Health Services Research Association welcome abstracts that are linked to one or more aspects of the 2021 Conference theme Resilience, innovation and value through research.

Deadline: Sunday 6th June, 2021.

For information and to submit your abstract click here: HSR2021 Call for Abstracts

For more details on the conference check out the website here: www.healthservicesconference.com.au/hsraanz2021/


For more opportunities, please visit:

the cfp List (Call for Papers List)

The Canadian Studies Network

Manuscript Link