Online: June 6, 13, 20, 2022
This online event is targeted to early career researchers working in the realm of HIV and HCV who use social science theory and/or methods in their studies. This includes Masters and Doctoral students, Fellows and Residents, and Faculty and Community Based Researchers within five years of their first appointment. The goals of the meeting are to:
- Promote responsible social science research practices related to the creation and dissemination of knowledge products
- Develop skills to work responsibly with, and for, communities;
- Develop and improve skills to manage the peer review process;
- Develop skills for productive, responsible and ethical social science writing.
The event will be held virtually, June 6th, 13th, and 20th (3-5:30 Eastern), 2022. Simply click here for information on how to apply to attend. The event is sponsored by the Canadian Association for HIV Research, the Canadian Association for Global Health, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.