The Task Force is committed to providing mentored training opportunities to Canadian post graduate healthcare trainees and early career professionals, including short-term training opportunities and longer-term fellowships. Short-term fellows provide project-specific support to the Task Force, such as scientific support for a specific guideline, a knowledge translation project, or the development of a methods process. Longer-term fellows work with a Chair of a Task Force guideline working group from the initiation of the guideline process to publication.
To learn more about the Task Force fellows, please click the links below.
- Ashraf Akromen Morcos Sefin
- Geneviève Cadieux
- Amanda Ramdyal
- Amanda Tzenov
- Pascale Breault
- Richard Henry
"My time as a Task Force fellow was eye-opening into the complex process behind completing these extensive evaluations of the evidence. After being part of the group working on the prostate cancer screening guidelines, I was excited to have the opportunity to work with this excellent group of clinicians and researchers on other projects."
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- Opportunities for Task Force fellows include short-term training opportunities and longer-term fellowships. Both short-term and longer-term fellowships involve working closely with a Task Force member who will supervise and provide mentorship to the fellow. Please click here for more information.