Reminder – Please Complete the Prenatal Record Care Provider Survey – Thank-you to the 85+ people who have completed the survey on-line or have faxed/mailed them back to RCP. We have received many excellent comments and suggestions however we would like to hear from many more of you! The survey closes on March 31, 2017. The Prenatal Record Care Provider Survey can be accessed online via this link and on the RCP website. Please share the survey link with your colleagues. We anticipate that you will need about 15 - 20 minutes to complete the survey. We appreciate your time in completing the survey and we look forward to receiving your valuable feedback.
Don’t forget to provide your name at the end of the survey to be entered into a draw for a prize from RCP!
Recent Publications of Interest – Several publications have been recently released by SOGC and CPS and are available for your review. We have provided a few titles and links for your information:
- We Should Proceed With Caution When it Comes to Antenatal Corticosteroids After 34 Weeks
- Amniotic Fluid: Technical Update on Physiology and Measurement
- Counseling and Management for Anticipated Extremely Preterm Birth
Nova Scotia Knowledge Translation Community of Practice Survey - Through funding from an award from Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF), Dalhousie University researchers Dr. Robin Urquhart and co-investigators Dr. Janet Curran and Dr. Erna Snelgrove are looking to create a community of practice (CoP) within NS. A community of practice (CoP) is a “space” (physical, online, or both) where people with common interests and concerns come together to share information, create new knowledge and solutions, and build and strengthen relationships. It is hoped that a CoP will connect people across the province who currently do or would like to learn more about doing knowledge translation (KT) in their work.
The researchers have created a survey and are requesting that interested individuals complete it and also pass it along to your colleagues/community as appropriate. The results will be used to help identify the needs of people involved with KT work in Nova Scotia and will inform the development of a Nova Scotia KT CoP. Complete the survey at: https://surveys.gov.ns.ca/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=8lM3877M#
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