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P.019 Report from the Canadian Neurosurgery Research Collaborative – One year of resident-led multicentre research initiatives

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 June 2017

C Iorio-Morin
Affiliation:
(Sherbrooke)
M Kameda-Smith
Affiliation:
(Hamilton)
SU Ahmed
Affiliation:
(Saskatoon)
M Bigder
Affiliation:
(Winnipeg)
A Dakson
Affiliation:
(Halifax)
C Elliott
Affiliation:
(Edmonton)
D Guha
Affiliation:
(Toronto)
P Lavergne
Affiliation:
(Québec)
S Makarenko
Affiliation:
(Vancouver)
M Taccone
Affiliation:
(Ottawa)
M Tso
Affiliation:
(Calgary)
B Wang
Affiliation:
(London)
A Winkler-Schwartz
Affiliation:
(Montréal)
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Background: The Canadian Neurosurgery Research Collaborative (CNRC) was founded in November 2015 as a resident-led national network for multicentre research. We present an annual report of our activities. Methods: CNRC meetings and publications were reviewed and summarized. The status of ongoing and future studies was collected from project leaders. Results: In its first year, the CNRC produced two papers accepted for publication in the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences: A CNRC launch letter and a study of operative volume at Canadian neurosurgery residency programs. Three manuscripts are in preparation: 1) a study of the demographics of Canadian neurosurgery residents, 2) an assessment of mobile devices usage patterns and 3) a validation study of the most utilized neurosurgery mobile apps. In addition, protocols for two multi-centre studies are currently undergoing national Research Ethics Board review: A retrospective study of the incidence and predictors of cerebellar mutism and a prospective registry of external ventricular drain procedures and complications. The network is now a registered not-for-profit organization endorsed by the Canadian Neurosurgical Society. Conclusions: The CNRC is a feasibile, relevant and productive resident-led national research network. As the CNRC matures, we look forward to expanding the scope and impact of its projects.

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Copyright © The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences Inc. 2017 
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