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Families of military and first responders living with post-traumatic stress (PTS) often struggle without enough support

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Research institute receives critical funding

By Anne Craig | Queen’s Gazette Read the full article here.

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Veterans Affairs Canada announces funding for CIMVHR and Servicewomen’s Salute website

By Paige LeClair | Canadian Military Family Magazine Read the full article here.

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The use of machine learning to analyze health data has become a powerful tool for the advancement of health research. Dr. Patrick Martin, a CIMVHR-funded researcher, is hosting a machine learning workshop on October 20 in Ottawa-Gatineau, which will include a hands-on tutorial involving the use of machine learning to solve a sample research problem.

To register: bit.ly/2klJ4Is
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The use of machine learning to analyze health data has become a powerful tool for the advancement of health research. Dr. Patrick Martin, a CIMVHR-funded researcher, is hosting a machine learning workshop on October 20 in Ottawa-Gatineau, which will include a hands-on tutorial involving the use of machine learning to solve a sample research problem. 

To register: bit.ly/2klJ4Is

We are pleased to announce two new CIMVHR research opportunities. We are seeking individual researchers or research teams from our member universities to conduct the following research projects.

TA 45 – Literature Review on “Optimal strategies to mitigate and treat cold weather injuries”.

TA 47 – Literature Review and Knowledge Gap Analysis on “Combat Casualty Care in Cold Environments”.

Details: bit.ly/2H65Qx9

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C’est avec plaisir que nous annonçons deux nouvelles possibilités de financement avec l’ICRSMV. Nous sollicitons les applications de chercheur(e)s ou d’équipe de chercheur(e)s associé(e)s à l'une des universités membres de notre institut afin de mener les projets de recherche suivant :

TA 45 – Literature Review on “Optimal strategies to mitigate and treat cold weather injuries”.

TA 47 – Literature Review and Knowledge Gap Analysis on “Combat Casualty Care in Cold Environments”.

Détails : bit.ly/2lGh6aw
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We are pleased to announce two new CIMVHR research opportunities. We are seeking individual researchers or research teams from our member universities to conduct the following research projects.

TA 45 – Literature Review on “Optimal strategies to mitigate and treat cold weather injuries”.
 
TA 47 – Literature Review and Knowledge Gap Analysis on “Combat Casualty Care in Cold Environments”.

Details: https://bit.ly/2H65Qx9

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C’est avec plaisir que nous annonçons deux nouvelles possibilités de financement avec l’ICRSMV. Nous sollicitons les applications de chercheur(e)s ou d’équipe de chercheur(e)s associé(e)s à lune des universités membres de notre institut afin de mener les projets de recherche suivant :

TA 45 – Literature Review on “Optimal strategies to mitigate and treat cold weather injuries”.
 
TA 47 – Literature Review and Knowledge Gap Analysis on “Combat Casualty Care in Cold Environments”.

Détails : https://bit.ly/2lGh6aw

Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay. Over the last 2 years, CIMVHR has brought collaborators together for roundtable discussions with a goal to prevent suicides in Canadian military personnel, Veterans, and public safety personnel.

Proceedings from the first roundtable, held May 2018, to engage a whole-of-community approach for suicide prevention in serving military members, Veterans, and public safety personnel can be found here: bit.ly/2SuGUBP.

CIMVHR hosted a 2nd invitational roundtable, Leading by Example, in May 2019 to share ideas for community engagement in suicide prevention for these important populations. The technical report will be made available later this year.
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Today is #WorldSuicidePreventionDay. Over the last 2 years, CIMVHR has brought collaborators together for roundtable discussions with a goal to prevent suicides in Canadian military personnel, Veterans, and public safety personnel. 

Proceedings from the first roundtable, held May 2018, to engage a whole-of-community approach for suicide prevention in serving military members, Veterans, and public safety personnel can be found here: https://bit.ly/2SuGUBP.

CIMVHR hosted a 2nd invitational roundtable, Leading by Example, in May 2019 to share ideas for community engagement in suicide prevention for these important populations. The technical report will be made available later this year.
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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS - for a workshop presented by our own Gender Lab and @servicewomen_ca on the gendered dimensions of veteran transition. Details below.

The use of machine learning to analyze health data has become a powerful tool for the advancement of health research. Join Dr. Patrick Martin, a CIMVHR-funded researcher, for a hands-on machine learning workshop on October 20 in Ottawa-Gatineau.
Details: https://t.co/C4SbMpOBJz

Le Forum ICRSMV 2019 est presque à guichet fermé! Inscrivez-vous dès aujourd’hui : https://t.co/SloiG8Y7Qh

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