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Membership

The three categories of C-QuIPS memberships are Core, Affiliate and General membership. These categories do not reflect the level of a person’s expertise or interest in either patient safety or health care quality. Rather, they reflect the level of involvement an individual has in activities led by the Centre. Numerous individuals within the UofT community have expertise in, for instance, epidemiology. But only some of them have appointments in the School of Public Health. And, among those who do, some have adjunct appointments while others are core faculty members. Similarly, many individuals in the UofT community have expertise, advanced training, or interests in patient safety and health care quality. But, we have to distinguish those who are directly involved in activities carried out by the Centre from those have had more occasional involvement and from others who just want to be kept in the loop about Centre events.

Core Members

C-QuIPS core members are University of Toronto faculty members, with research or educational activities that align with the mission of the Centre. Core members participate in Centre educational and research activities in a consistent and robust manner. They frequently lead and/or teach for C-QuIPS education programs, present at symposia and/or collaborate on research projects with other members of the Centre. They may also supervise C-QuIPS education program participants.

Affiliated Members

C-QuIPS affiliate members are University of Toronto faculty members, with research or educational activities that align with the mission of the Centre. They help advance the mission of the Centre through research or education when opportunities arise, but their collaboration in research or educational activities with the Centre is more ad hoc. Affiliate members often attend C-QuIPS events and may occasionally be asked to collaborate on a research project, provide a lecture in one of the Centre’s education programs or present at rounds or symposia.

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