As global leaders in radiation medicine, our team embraces collaboration and partnership as a way to share best practices so that quality care is made available to all patients within our community and globally. In support of this goal, many of our team members actively participate in local, national and international collaborative partnerships, holding leadership positions in many. These partnerships are based on common goals to improve cancer diagnosis and cancer services, build new cancer centres and align platforms in research and education.
Some of our more recent collaborations include:
Clinical Research Mentorship Program: Princess Margaret Radiation Medicine Program - National Centre for Radiotherapy Ghana
The Clinical Research Mentorship Program is designed as a collaborative project between the Radiation Medicine Program (RMP), Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the National Centre of Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana University Medical School. The mentorship program is for a one-year period, provided remotely by RMP faculty facilitated by telehealth technologies. Selected candidates will participate in a series of approximately fifteen (1-2 hours/session) research methods seminars. In parallel, a research project will be completed by the end of the mentorship year with the support of co-mentors (from RMP and local). A resident liaison will also be assigned to provide peer support for the duration of the program.
For more information about the Clinical Research Mentorship Program, please visit the program page or contact
Dr. Rebecca Wong.