BECOME A MEMBER
Participate in Quebec joint research efforts on COVID-19 and pandemics by joining the RQCP community!
A regular member-researcher is a researcher working in the network's thematic area and meeting the criteria of one of the following research statuses, detailed in the Common General Rules of the FRQ:
researcher from a university or affiliated institution;
clinical academic researcher or a clinical academic researcher from an affiliated institution;
a college researcher.
Regular members-researchers are actively involved in the scientific activity of the network.
A regular member-partner is a person without research status but with expertise and/or experiential knowledge directly related to the network’s activities, which enables him/her to make an active and significant contribution to it. Regular members-partners can be knowledge generators, accelerators or users. Patient partners, policy makers, government officials or community representatives are just a few examples of people who could qualify as regular members-partners. Regular members-partners have the same obligations and privileges as regular members-researchers and are actively involved in the scientific activity of the network.
Any individual, whether representing an organization or not, who collaborates on an ad hoc basis in the development or implementation of the network's activities, is eligible for associate membership. This person may be a researcher, a clinician, a manager or a research professional. A knowledge user with an interest in the network's activities may be eligible in this category.
A student member is a person enrolled in a graduate training program of a Québec university, or a person who meets the status of postdoctoral research trainee as described in the Common General Rules of the FRQ, and who is training at a Québec university. To be eligible for membership, the student must, in addition to meeting one of the above-mentioned statuses, be engaged in research activities and be directed or supervised by a regular member of the network.
An honorary member is a researcher or other person whose exceptional merit the network wishes to highlight or to whom it wishes to express its gratitude for services rendered in the network's research theme.