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GHR-CAPS PROGRAM EVALUATION
The Global Health Research Capacity Strengthening Program (GHR-CAPS) aims to contribute to national and international development of global health research (GHR) through the recruitment and training of researchers who will work in a high-calibre interdisciplinary environment and whose performance will significantly influence global health policies and programs.
To achieve this objective, it must rely on the expertise and skills of experts in the field. To ensure success, such a program should promote the emergence of a "community of practice" that contributes to sustainable development and maintenance of a network of interdisciplinary and inter-relationships between mentors, mentees and the research community and hospitality and promotes the development and dissemination of knowledge in global health.
This evaluation will follow the development of this "community of practice", evaluate its potential for sustainability and identify opportunities for collaboration in various fields. It will also better understand the structure and functioning of our community to find strategies to optimize its effectiveness.
If you have any questions about this longitudinal research program on networks, please contact Johanne Saint-Charles (email@example.com) or Anne-Marie Turcotte-Tremblay (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To ensure the confidentiality, each participant has been assigned a code of personal validation. Collected data will be aggregated so that no names appear in the results (including those to be presented to members of the GHR-CAPS Program).
This evaluation has two sections: the first one focuses on networks within GHR-CAPS and the second one asks a few open-ended questions the needs and interests of the members. These two sections are located on two different web pages (see links below). For each, you must enter the identification code that was sent to the participants by e-mail. When you have completed a page, you must click on the "Submit" button, - the data will then be saved on a secure server (only members of the research team will have access to it).
To complete the second section, you must come back to this page and click on link for the second section. You may complete both sections at different times if it is more convenient for you. You just have to come back to this page and click the link for the section that you have not yet completed.
Warning : Each section must be completed in one sitting. It is not possible to save a section half way through and come back to it at another time. If you submit the same section twice, the second version will erase the first version.
Section 1. Communication Networks
Click on this link to access Section 1:
Section 2. Open-Ended Questions
Click on this link to access Section 2.
Example of a similar study on networks
There are other network studies that have examined the evolution of interactions and exchanges during the development of projects. To see an example of a similar study conducted among the Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Latin America and the Caribbean (CoPEH-LAC) follow this link: http://www.geh.ges.uqam.ca/PageEn/quest2011.aspx
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Le Programme interuniversitaire de formation en recherche en santé mondiale vise à contribuer au développement national et international de la recherche en santé mondiale, par le recrutement et la formation de chercheuses et de chercheurs qui travailleront dans un environnement interdisciplinaire de haut calibre et dont la performance influencera les politiques publiques et les programmes de santé mondiale. L'objectif principal du Programme Santé-Cap est d'offrir des possibilités d'apprentissage, ainsi que des ressources humaines et matérielles pour la formation en santé mondiale, qui ne sont pas disponibles présentement au Québec et qui sont considérées comme essentielles au développement des compétences clés pour les futurs leaders en santé mondiale.