Canada Research Chairs (CRC) - EDIAP
University Health Network
Toronto, ON
This is not a posting for a job vacancy.

This is for data collection purposes only.

Please continue via the apply button below only if you have been directed to this page as a result of your application for a Research Chair job opportunity at University Health Network

How will UHN and/or the University of Toronto use this information?

Your responses will be anonymous and confidential. They will not be linked to your application or any other identifier, and will be linked only to the CRC opportunity identification number to which you applied. The information will be grouped with those of other applicants to the same opportunity and aggregated data will be provided to the Search Committee Chair as a summary of self-identified representation from each of the FDG groups (summarized data from groups with less than or equal to five respondents will not be disclosed).

To comply with the CRC Program’s guidelines, the aggregated data will be kept on file by UHN for a minimum of 24 months in the event of an audit by the CRC Program. In that case, the University of Toronto may also have access to the aggregated data, as they are the degree-granting body through which all of UHN’s CRC positions are administered.

The information you provide may be used and/or disclosed for research and/or evaluation purposes; however, because your responses are not linked to your personal identifiable information, they will never be used to make an administrative decision about you.

In order to proceed, please use the apply button below and respond to the following questions:

When asked to copy and paste your cover letter and resume, simply enter the CRC Posting Identification Number (see header of the posting that directed you to this questionnaire)

Screening Questions:
Completing questions #2 to #5 in the following survey is voluntary. Your responses will only be used by UHN and the University of Toronto to report aggregate data to the Canada Research Chairs Program. If you do not wish to answer questions #2 to #5, please indicate this by completing question #6.

1: CRC Posting Identification Number (see header of the posting that directed you to this questionnaire):

2: Gender:
3: A person with a disability (i) has a long-term or recurring condition or health problem which limits the kind or amount of work he/she can do in the workplace; OR (ii) feels that he/she may be perceived as limited in the kind or amount of work which he/she can do because of a physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment. Examples of disabilities include, but are not limited to: * Coordination or dexterity impairment * Mobility impairment * Blindness or visual impairment * Speech impairment * Deafness or hearing impairment * Other disabilities (e.g., learning, developmental and other types of disabilities)

4: An Aboriginal person is a North American Indian or a member of a First Nation, a Métis, or Inuit. North American Indians or members of a First Nation include status, treaty or registered Indians, as well as non-status and non-registered Indians.

5: A member of a visible minority group is a person, other than an Aboriginal person (as defined above), who is non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour. Examples of visible minorities include, but are not limited to: * Black * Non-white Latin American * East Asian * South Asian/East Indian * Southeast Asian * Non-white West Asian, North African or Arab * People of mixed origin (e.g., with one parent member of a visible minority group)

or

6: I do not wish to provide this information.