Natasha Campbell, MSc, ARCP-CP is the Clinical Trials Manager at the Centre for Neurology (CNS) where she and the CNS team operationalize the research of ground-breaking health interventions, with a primary focus in neurorehabilitation. Natasha holds an MSc in Neuroscience from McGill University, certification from the Association of Clinical Research Professionals, and was trained at the Montreal Neurological Institute’s Clinical Research Unit. Her mission is to connect patients to the latest advances in healthcare by facilitating clinical research in neuroscience, neuroplasticity and brain health.
The CNS is a private clinical research site that administers clinical trials and consulting services, specializing in neuroscience. Clinically embedded at the Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic, a neurorehabilitation clinic located within the Health and Technology District ecosystem, CNS offers high-quality evaluation and delivery of neuro innovations while integrating scientific evidence and real-world clinical practices.
Friday March 4, 2022
Integrating Research Into Clinical Practice
Clinical practice has evolved to include best practices based on evidence. Clinicians often want to be involved in research; however, they may not have the knowledge or experience to get started. This session is designed to inspire clinicians to get involved in research within your own clinic. The discussion will provide insight on developing and designing your own study idea within your clinical practice. The steps to running a study will be reviewed and you will get a glimpse at real world research examples in action.