The average number of patients receiving ultrasound therapy in the Physiotherapy Department has doubled with the addition of a new ultrasound machine, thanks to Volunteer Association/Health Sciences Foundation Family CARE grant. Ultrasound therapy is given to patients before an operation to improve surgical outcomes, and after an operation to reduce scarring, improve mobility and reduce pain.
Training on this document is required for all individuals involved in research at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC). TCPS2 was developed in 2001, by Canada's three federal research agencies, CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC as part of a collaborative effort to promote the ethical conduct of research involving human participants. The Research Program ensures researchers have completed this training, and retains their training certificates. The training must be completed online at: https://tcps2core.ca/login. Completed certificates can be sent to the Research Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: The CITI Program offers many courses for TBRHSC researchers to benefit from, including: