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The Respiratory GREAT Network

The Respiratory GREAT Network Training Program

The training program is established in collaboration with the Ontario Asthma Surveillance Information System (OASIS) and the Research Institute at The Hospital for Sick Children. Investigators from countries using the approach to combat chronic respiratory diseases proposed by the Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases (GARD) will be encouraged to apply for a three-month fellowship training opportunity in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Participants can opt to attend the session on-site in Toronto or remotely via web conferencing.

The Respiratory GREAT Network faculty will provide expert knowledge and guidance on the methods and techniques for collecting, processing and analyzing surveillance data of respiratory diseases. Candidates accepted into the program will use the knowledge they've acquired to train others in their native country.

The training program will help support and train qualified respiratory clinician scientist candidates to develop their requisite knowledge and skills for surveillance and respiratory health services, evaluative and outcomes research.