Dear Members of the Canadian Sleep Society and Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network,
As the Student Representatives for the Canadian Sleep Society (CSS) and Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network (CSCN), we are exploring ways that can strengthen not only the CSS and CSCN, but also the field of sleep research and sleep medicine as a whole. To better understand how to support trainees in this academic new year, we have launched a brief survey that examines the interests and needs of trainees, and the expectations of the student CSS/CSCN task force. By filling in this survey, you can provide us with key information on how to best suit your needs as a trainee in the field of sleep research and sleep medicine member of the CSS.
If you are a trainee in the field of sleep (i.e., a student, post-doc, or resident), we encourage you to fill out this brief survey. The survey should take approximately seven minutes to complete.
If you are not a trainee, we ask that you please forward this email to trainees (both active members and non-members of the CSS and/or CSCN) who might be interested in providing feedback to the CSS and CSCN. We ask that only trainees fill out the survey.
Please, feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.
C. William Yao, CSCN Student Representative
Integrated Program in Neuroscience
Nicholas van den Berg, CSS Student Representative
University of Ottawa