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CHWC 2018 Student Activities

group students 2Calling all Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Students!! 

The Canadian Health Workforce Planning Committee welcomed all graduate students,  post-doctoral students and new health workforce researchers to join the following CHWC 2018 student activities. 

  • Student Primer 
  • Student Social 
  • Student Career Panel 
  • Mentorship Matchup NEW!
  • Student Networking NEW!          

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CHWC 2018 Lynda Buske Student Awards

We are excited to be hosting another CHWC 2018 Student Award Competition! Students that have submitted abstracts for oral presentations, posters and roundtables have been automatically entered into the CHWC 2018 student award competition for best student presentation and poster. Judges selected from our expert advisory committee will rate and select the winners of the CHWC 2018 student award competition to be announced during the conference closing panel. Don't miss out!


NEW! Mentorship Match-Up

Meeting Details:

Date: October 5th 2018

Time: 12:20pm-1:20pm (Lunch time)

Location: Coulonge Room, Palais des Congrès

Summary of Event:The mentorship match-up is geared towards engaging students/ new professionals with experts in their professional or academic disciplines or area of research to facilitate networking and professional advancement. Matched pairs will have the opportunity to meet each other both formally and informally pre-, intra- and post- conference. There will be avenues to meet other unmatched mentors during the conference. Stay connected through this mentorship match-up!

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Student Primer

Date: October 3rd, 4:00pm-5:30pm

Location: Gatineau Room, Palais des Congrès

Summary of Event: Warm up for the 2018 CHWC with your fellow students by partaking in a health workforce trivia game! Following an initial orientation to the health workforce field, a trivia game will enable students to refresh their knowledge of the key terminology, background concepts, Canadian health workforce context, and key challenges that will frame discussions throughout the conference. At the primer, students will also have the opportunity to engage in an open and informal discussion with career professionals in the health workforce field. By engaging in this session, we hope that students will gain the knowledge, tips, and tricks that will allow them to engage meaningfully in the 2018 CHWC and leverage all of the opportunities that the conference has to offer.


NEW! Student Networking Lunch

Date: October 4th 2018

Time: 12:20pm-1:20pm

Location: Deschênes Room at the tables marked "Student Networking"

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Student Social

Date: October 4th, 5:05pm-6:05pm

Location: Piz’za-za, 36, rue Laval, Gatineau, QC

Summary of Event: Meet and mingle with your fellow students during this evening of good company and great conversation. This is an opportunity to network and unwind after a thought-provoking first day at the 2018 CHWC. Light fare will be provided, and drinks will be available for purchase.


Student Career Panel

Date: October 5th, 1:50pm-3:20pm

Location: Pontiac Room, Palais des Congrès

Summary of Event: Join us in an exploration of the breadth of career paths available within the health workforce field. The Student Career Panel consists of six individuals working in positions related to the health workforce, representing Academia, Health Policy, Professional Associations, Professional Colleges, Data Analytics, and Multilateral Institutions, that will each make a 10-minute presentation describing their personal career trajectory. Throughout these presentations, students will have the opportunity to submit their questions for the panellists via Twitter; these questions will guide a moderated panel discussion in the second portion the session. 


 

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