The Rossy Cancer Network Research Grants support research initiatives in improving cancer care quality for patients in the network.
- The annual RCN Research Grants range from $50,000 to $100,000.
- The RCN’s Cancer Quality and Innovation program was developed to support the McGill-affiliated hospitals in becoming leaders in the field of cancer care quality research and development
- This exciting initiative supports health care teams in continually improving cancer care delivery and patient satisfaction, increasing survival rates, and reducing the burden of cancer, while developing research and training platforms for the rapid generation of scientific knowledge relevant to cancer care quality.
Who can apply?
- The grants are open to all health professionals who provide care to cancer patients in the network’s partner hospitals: St. Mary’s Hospital Center, the Jewish General Hospital and the McGill University Health Centre.
- This includes physicians, nurses, rehabilitation experts, nutritionists, psychosocial health experts and allied health professionals.
- Projects must be original and include a collaborative component with equal representation from at least two hospitals in the network.
How do I apply?
- The deadline for applications is March 16.
- For all the details and to download an application, visit: mcgill.ca/rcr-rcn/rcn-grants.
January 16, 2015