- January 11, 2018
A redesign of the Canadian Common CV (CCV) is underway
Please note that CCV remains fully operational, and that you may continue to use it as part of your grant application process. We are working closely with key stakeholders to identify requirements for the new system. Consultations with the research community and other stakeholders will be held to finalize the requirements for the new service. Further details on the consultations will be provided here as they become available. Thank you for your continued support as we evolve the CCV system to better meet your needs.
- July 2017
Personal use CV
You may now create a PDF version of your CV for your own personal use. Users have the freedom to include any data, with no restriction on the number of entries. Simply choose "Common CV" as your funding source when building a Funding CV, and choose "Full CV" as your CV type. You may then update your information at will and submit when complete. Your finished CV PDF can then be viewed and downloaded under "History".
- June 28, 2017
CCV presentation at NAPHRO
The CCV Secretariat presented an update on the system redesign at NAPHRO (The National Alliance of Provincial Health Research Organizations). The NAPHRO community is excited about being part of this renewal.
- May 25, 2017
CCV roundtable discussion at the CASRAI conference, Montreal, QC
The CCV Secretariat hosted roundtable discussions with the research community at CASRAI (Consortia Advancing Standards in Research Administration Information) to discuss the redesign of the CCV and was provided with feedback. Critical success factors identified were: 1) to have one common Canadian standard CV, and 2) to reduce the data requested in the CCV.
- May 9, 2017
CCV workshop at the CARA Annual conference, Winnipeg, MB
The CCV Secretariat hosted a workshop with the research community at CARA (Canadian Association of Research Administrators) to discuss the redesign of the CCV and was provided with great feedback. Critical success factors identified were: 1) to focus on simplicity when redesigning CCV, 2) to have useful data entered into the CCV, and 3) to consult researchers based on their career experience (new, mid-career, end of career).
- March 2017
CCV welcomes Hamilton Health Sciences as a new partner
Hamilton Health Sciences in affiliation with McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences is home to one of the most research intensive environments for medical research in Canada. Their research is conducted through a series of research institutes, research centres and research groups, as well as investigators who work independently. Hamilton Health Sciences joins 26 other organizations ranging from federal government to not-for-profit research funding organizations that use CCV to help connect with researchers.
- January 2017
API Pilot with Queens
The CCV Secretariat and Queen's University have agreed to a joint pilot, allowing testing of data exchange between CCV and Queen's through an application programming interface (API). Both organizations have signed a data exchange agreement, and the pilot is scheduled to be completed and into production by September 2017.