CSAR has ample experience with testing prototypes using bench-top, simulation, or basic science techniques to test and improve new equipment.
CSAR understand the importance of simulation and used simulation to train healthcare professionals but we also use them for research purposes
CSAR understands the importance of a Meta-analysis to provide a more precise estimate of the effect size and increases the generalizability of the results of individual studies
Basic Science Studies
CSAR has a long history of translational research by translating basic science results into clinical trials
Randomized controlled trials are the pinnacle of Evidence-Based Medicine.
CSAR is a leading neonatal Trial-Centre in Canada
Delivery Room Studies
One of CSAR's research focus is the improvement of care in the Delivery Room.
CSAR aims to improve Delivery Room care, which will have a lasting effect on short- and long-term outcomes of newborn infants.
CSAR recognizes the importance of testing medications to identify the safest and most efficient treatment for preterm and term infants.
CSAR has ample experience with drug trials and all the necessary regulatory requirements.