After weeks of work, the pupils of Osler's 2018 Summer Student Research Program (SSRP) showed what they've been working on during a recent program wrap-up and presentation day.
Undergraduate, graduate and medical students spent the summer collecting information, analyzing data and collaborating on exciting research projects. Together with Osler staff, they conducted more than 28 different research projects.
Among them were:
- the effectiveness of electronic triaging tools
- the need for a sickle cell clinic
- the impact of Osler's Cancer Survivorship Program
To see them all in their entirety, click here
The Osler Summer Student Research Program (SSRP) is for students of various backgrounds (minimum two years of undergraduate completed) to gain experience in conducting research, and for staff to receive resource support and assist them in bringing research and quality improvement (QI) projects to fruition.
This program is available to undergraduate, graduate and medical students as well as high level, foreign-trained professionals who want to gain experience in a medical research/QI setting as volunteers or as part of their educational program.