What InspireNet Can Do For You
InspireNet welcomes a diverse range of researchers, students, clinicians, managers and policy makers from various professions and disciplines who seek linkages and partnerships within nursing health services research.
To become a member:
Click the Join InspireNet link in the top right corner, or click the button below. Your application will be approved shortly after you submit it at which time you will receive an automated welcome email.
Member benefits are listed below, both generally and specifically. The true benefit of networking is the collective of individuals focusing on the quality of care and the safety of patients.
InspireNet will help you:
►Make your research visible
- With researchers, trainees, practitioners and policy makers across BC and beyond
►Create collaborative advantage
- Combine your and others’ diverse expertise in new ways to co-create new solutions
►Expand your research and evaluation skills
- Find a mentor via the network
►Use new technologies
- Learn to use e-collaboration tools to support knowledge capture and teamwork
►Build a research team
- InspireNet will help you get the right mix of expertise in the room (or ‘virtual room’) to frame research questions and strategies
There’s More! Free Access to InspireNet's services to help you:
- Website updates to keep you informed of new developments
- E-newsletter highlighting your activities and your colleagues' activities
- Advertising for health services relevant events on InspireNet.ca
- Use of InspireNet logo to promote your profile
- Do you have an idea for a research topic? Use our free e-Suggestion Box!
- Dedicated section on InspireNet’s home page and in the e-newsletter, profiling network members’ successes.
►Connect and bring people together
- Networking opportunities virtually and in person
- Electronic Communities of Practice for topic-specific working groups, supported with web-conferencing and web-presence tools such as discussion forums and document libraries
Members' Database linking you to others with whom you can collaborate, including:
• Contact information
• Research projects
• Mentoring opportunities
• Shareable skills, tools, resources and data
• Grey literature (reports, papers, articles that have not undergone peer-review in the publishing process)
►Professional Development & Mentorship
- Educational opportunities offered face to face annually to highlight best practices and new research in health services research.
- A comprehensive inventory of conferences, seminars, forums and other educational opportunities in health services research via our website.
- Virtual learning opportunities available through links on our website, highlighting best practices and new research in health services.
- Learn from others through Electronic Communities of Practice.
- Participate in new ways with your Network in content-specific working groups.
- And did you know? Participation in HEARR and eHealth sessions, including viewing of archived sessions, counts towards the CRNBC continuing competencies for nurses!
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