IMHA Webinars and Videos
Note: Registration is required to watch all webinars.
Details for future webinars coming soon.
Skin Investigation Network of Canada (SkIN): Ask Us Anything!
This session, held December 1, 2020, focused on cutting-edge research by the Skin Investigation Network of Canada (SkIN Canada), showcasing advancements in wound healing, inflammatory skin conditions and skin cancer.
On Long-COVID with Professor Trisha Greenhalgh
In this 60-minute webinar, held January 13th, 2021, Professor Greenhalgh shared insights on the diagnosis and management of Long-COVID, current challenges and ongoing research.
A Conversation with the Canadian Pain Task Force
On February 1, CIHR-IMHA hosted A Conversation with the Canadian Pain Task Force to share Canadian Pain Task Force progress.
Career Trajectories for Graduate Students and Fellows: The Good, the Bad and the Opportunistic
In this 70-minute webinar, held April 13, 2021, Dr. Jim Woodgett shared practical tips on career trajectories, managing expectations and building future opportunities.
Strategic Tips for Trainees
In this 60-minute webinar, Dr. Lindsay Wallace discussed strategic tips for trainees, insights into navigating career options, finding mentors, networking and more.
A Conversation About Myalgic Encephalomyelitis with Dr. Nina Muirhead
In this 60-minute webinar, Dr. Muirhead discussed the diagnosis and management of ME; the connection between ME and Long-COVID; and both current and upcoming research.
Relax, Dammit! Dealing with Misinformation in the Age of Anxiety
In this webinar, Professor Caulfield shared his tips on how to deal with misinformation – misinformation about the pandemic, about nutrition and about exercise.
Failure Can Fuel Your Success: How to become a student of your struggles
Session held May 25, 2021. In this 60-minute webinar, Professor Jen Heemstra, BS, PhD, Department of Chemistry, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia discussed tips to turn challenges into opportunities for growth, shifting perspectives and embracing failure to ultimately fuel success.
Learning and Pain: Old news, new discoveries and some groovy ways to improve outcomes
In this 70-minute webinar, held June 15, 2021, Dr. Lorimer Moseley highlighted a model of understanding pain and recovery that is grounded in established and contemporary ideas about learning—and that by understanding how we learn helps us make sense of pain, helps our clients make sense of it, and enables planning a pathway to recovery.
Shifting Power to Patients: Real life experiences in arthritis
In this 70-minute webinar, held November 15, 2021, panelists Eileen Davidson, David Hunter, Linda Hunter and Linda Truong discussed how patients can optimize interactions with clinicians—from both the clinician and patient perspective—and barriers that patients face with respect to seeking care and ongoing management for their conditions.
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