2018 Department of Surgery's Surgical Research Retreat
This year’s Surgical Research Retreat, held on September 11th 2018, had the goal of determining ‘where we are going and how to get there’. This path forward was achieved through presentations and dialogue in working groups. Presentations on the development of many new local support systems for research provided a perspective on the breadth of opportunities and challenges. The current state, and the opportunities for the future, covered clinical research, graduate studies, and clinician scientist trainees. Our invited Guest speaker, Dr. Jareen Meinzen-Derr from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, gave an interesting talk about ‘Leveraging Data for Surgical Research: Research in the Right Place in the Right Way’ and enriched the discussion with expertise on the use of technology resources and clinical epidemiology.
The presentations, provided below, will help guide the strategic plan for research in the Department of Surgery.
Leveraging Data for Surgical Research: Research in the Right Place in the Right Way - Dr Jareen Meizen-Derr, Key Note Speaker
Research and the Surgery Strategic Clinical Network - Dr Jonathan White
Vision for the Department of Surgery, New Opportunities - Dr David Williams
Vision of Faculty, Where the Department of Surgery Fits, How Best to Use Their Resources - Lawrence Richer
Research Services Office and the Research Administration Process - Angela McCormick
Engineering a Learning Health System - Innovation and Research in AHS - Marc Leduc
China Exchange - Gold College & International Relationships - Dr Gina Rayat
Clinical Investigator Program - Dr Sean McMurtry
Department of Surgery Graduate Student Program - Dr Fred Berry
Connecting Care in a Learning Healthcare Organization - Dr Rob Hayward
Thank you to all those who attended!