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CCTPRS courses are offered at the University of Toronto as part of the Collaborative Specialization in Resuscitation Science (CSRS) program.

MSC4001H: Foundations in Resuscitation and Critical Care Research

This course is offered for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Download a sample 2021-2022 syllabus here (subject to change).

This 0.5-credit, full-year seminar course introduces students to foundational principles and ongoing research within the fields of resuscitation and critical care science. Topics encompass the system of care of resuscitation and cover the spectrum of basic, clinical, and translational science, across the pre-hospital, in-hospital, and post-hospital settings. Students will engage with leaders in resuscitation, emergency, and critical care research to discuss the experimentation, development, and implementation of cutting-edge science. No prior knowledge is required and graduate students from all disciplines are welcome.

Classes will be held on most alternate Mondays between 4:30pm – 6:30pm Eastern Time (see attached syllabus for exact dates). All classes will be held on Zoom.

Course Instructors (2021-2022):

SRM3333H: Graduate Seminar Series in Resuscitation Science

This course is NOT offered in the 2021-2022 academic year.

This zero-credit seminar series provides all students, alumni, and affiliated faculty with opportunities to learn from subject matter experts in the fields of resuscitation and critical care research. Presenters will come from a variety of subfields and institutions, enabling opportunities for transdisciplinary networking and potential collaboration. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Completion of one instance of this seminar series is required for students enrolled in CSRS.

MSC4002H: Advanced Topics in Resuscitation Research

This course is NOT offered in the 2021-2022 academic year.

This 0.5-credit course is open to students who have already completed MSC4001H.
The course focuses on the development of student-led research in resuscitation and critical care. Students will have regular opportunities to present their work to a multidisciplinary audience and receive feedback from both the faculty facilitator(s) and peers. The course will also provide a forum for the exploration of novel methodological and practical developments in resuscitation and critical care as well as related fields. Exact topics will vary each year.

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