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UTI Diagnostic Updates and MCH Research | Luis Braga, Lucy Giglia, Sarah Khan, Andrew Latchman (April 9, 2024)

Drs. Braga, Giglia, Khan and Latchman provide UTI diagnostic updates and current McMaster Children's Hospital research. Dr. Luis Braga, Professor, Surgery Dr. Lucy Giglia, Associate Professor,…

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Learning from Null Effects: A Bottom-Up Approach with Ala' Alrababa'h and Scott Williamson

A critical barrier to generating cumulative knowledge is the inability of researchers to observe the results from the full set of research designs. Studies that produce null findings are especially…

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ERL2024_Assessment in Open Access Publishing

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How to Write an Abstract | Dr. Joyce Obeid & Dr. Karen Beattie | February 1, 2024

Dr. Joyce Obeid, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, and Dr. Karen Beattie, led the "How to Write an Abstract" workshop for the upcoming McMaster Child Health Research Day…

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Ethnographic Methods for Identifying Cultural Concepts of Distress: Developing Reliable and Valid Measure with Jeffrey Snodgrass

"I review ethnographic methods that allow researchers to assess distress in a culturally sensitive manner. I focus on describing the development of reliable and valid culturally sensitive…

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Does the tale of two “methods cultures” hold up? with David Kuehn and Ingo Rohlfing

Arguments about how causal qualitative and quantitative research are “usually” or “mostly” done abound. In our workshop, we summarize the results of a review of 180…

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Handling Missing Data in Social Science Studies with Rod Little

I review methods for handling missing data in empirical studies in the social sciences. I define missing data, and provide a taxonomy of main approaches to analysis, including complete-case and…

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The "Augmented" Social Scientist: Using Sequential Transfer Learning to Annotate Millions of Texts with Human-Level Accuracy with Salomé Do

The talk will present an automated content analysis method based on supervised machine learning (SML) and recent advances in transfer learning. The method will be presented through a case study on…

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Centering Positive Change in Research using Photovoice with Dr. Andrea Belgrade and Dr. Joy Agner

Research is too often a process done to participants, but what if participants were viewed as co-investigators at every step of the research process? We will highlight the ways social scientists can…

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Module 8 Capital Budgeting and Control PowerPoint.mp4

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Module 5 Decision Frameworks and Strategic Analysis of Income PowerPoint.mp4

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Module 3 Pricing and Cost Strategies Problem 13-16.mp4

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Moving from What Works to What Replicates with Bryan Cook and Vivian Wong

The overarching mission of many social science researchers is to understand “what works” for improving life outcomes. However, mounting evidence suggests that results from many studies do…

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Two Bite Brownie: "How to perform thematic anaylsis" – Dr. Elif Bilgic | October 26, 2023

Objectives: 1. To discuss research ideas of faculty/trainees related to peds education research 2. To create opportunities for research feedback and discuss future directions 3. To create…

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A Hidden Universe of Uncertainty with Nate Breznau

What happens when hundreds of researchers investigate the same research question with the same data? Answer: almost anything goes. Observing researchers in such a task reveals so many minute…

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Practice: Case

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The Complementizer Phrase

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The Tense Phrase

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Qualitative Research Methods 101 with Allison Van - Spark Talk

Allison Van is the Executive Director of Spark: a centre for social research innovation at McMaster University. She specializes in mixed-methods complex systems analysis, community/academic…

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Security Options for Sensitive Data with Lily Wang

Data security is becoming increasingly important in today's research climate.  In this talk, led by Lily Wang, Manager of the Securie Empirical Analysis Lab (SEAL), we will discuss…

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Qualitative Research Designs - Examples from Medical Education - Dr. Elif Bilgic | Entrustable Professional Activities and Competence Committee Decision Making: Discussion of a Peds Education Research - Dr. Spencer van Mil | November 17, 2022

n this session of our Pediatric Education Journal Club, Dr. Elif Bilgic starts off with the Two Bite Brownie segment on Qualitative Research Designs and provides examples from medical education.…

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Data, dashboards, and design-based education research. How can we use the 3D’s to guide faculty development and improvements in CBME implementation? | Dr. Mary Zachos | October 20, 2022

In this session of our Pediatric Education Journal Club, Dr. Mary Zachos reviews the article: Yilmaz Y, Carey R, Chan TM Bandi V, Wang S et al Developing a dashboard for faculty development in…

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Building a Digital Space for Qualitative Research Collaboration with Dr. Kim Fortun

In this talk, Dr. Kim Fortun will walk participants through the Platform for Experimental, Collaborative Ethnography (PECE, pronounced “peace”), an open-source, freely accessible digital…

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Intro to Data Management in Research with Data Champions

In this talk Moyo Sogaolu and Mohamed Fathalla will discuss research data management (RDM) in the social sciences. They go over what data management looks like, the "reproducibility…

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