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“A Canadian survey of residency applicants’ and interviewers’ perceptions of the 2021 CaRMS R1 virtual interviews”.| Dr. Elif Bilgic| December 14, 2023

Objectives: Explore the methodology of the article, including strengths and limitations. Explore the facilitators, barriers, and implications of the virtual CaRMS interview…

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Empowering Indigenous Research-Action Partnerships with Sara Buckingham

Come learn about the power of partnerships to foster empowering research and action! Although universities should catalyze empowerment, frequently they instead marginalize the cultures of Indigenous…

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Using experiential learning theory to innovate and improve our clinical teaching | Dr. James Leung | February 29, 2024

Dr. James Leung is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. As of November 2022, Dr. Leung became Assistant…

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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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Stories from outside the walls: Parents of children with medical conditions speak about their healthcare experiences. | Dr. Kinga Pozniak & Anouk Lanouette Turgeon | November 30, 2023

Dr. Kinga Pozniak is a socio-cultural anthropologist and a postdoctoral researcher at CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. She conducts research on the experiences of disabled children…

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Bridging the Gap: Anti-Racism and Anti-Ableism: Accessibility and Anti-Racist Informed Allyship in Healthcare Continuums | Renata Hall | September 28, 2023

Renata Hall is the Manager of Inclusion and Anti-Racism Education within the Equity and Inclusion Office at McMaster and she is also a PhD Student within Social Sciences. Renata educates from her…

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Critique of Resilience

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Cover Letter Foundations

A cover letter shows prospective employers why and how you are qualified for a given position. Learn what to include in a cover letter to show a prospective employer why you are the right candidate.

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Resume Foundations

A resume is a summary of your education, skills, experience, and accomplishments. Learn why resumes are important and what to include a chronological resume.

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“Well Within Our Scope – Improving Feedback within Endoscopy Training” | Dr. Ruchika Sharma | June 15, 2023

Presenter: Dr. Ruchika Sharma – “Well Within Our Scope – Improving Feedback within Endoscopy Training”Objectives:To list the elements of effective feedback Describe the three…

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Bridging the Gap: Islamophobia in Healthcare - Applying Different Lenses | Dr. Arfeen Malick, Dr. Javeed Sukhera, Tabassum Wyne | June 1, 2023

Dr. Arfeen Malick is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and an Inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Hospital for Sick Children Medical…

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Webinar #6 - Cultural Humility and Accountability in Social Work

In 2022/2023, the School of Social Work hosted a series of webinars aimed at bringing together our Field Instruction community for conversations about how to host social work students in their…

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Webinar #2 - Vicarious Trauma, Moral Injury and Self Care

In 2022/2023, the School of Social Work hosted a series of webinars aimed at bringing together our Field Instruction community for conversations about how to host social work students in their…

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Webinar #1 - Hearing From Students - What Makes a Great Placement

In 2022/2023, the School of Social Work hosted a series of webinars aimed at bringing together our Field Instruction community for conversations about how to host social work students in their…

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Webinar #3 - Maneuvering Tough Conversations with Learners

In 2022/2023, the School of Social Work hosted a series of webinars aimed at bringing together our Field Instruction community for conversations about how to host social work students in their…

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Constructing “mental health research” among (im)migrant communities with Zoha Salam

This Spark Talk will discuss considerations of qualitative approaches to “research” involving topics of “mental health” among immigrant communities. Issues of the limitations…

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Experiential Education Workshop - Faculty of Humanities

This workshop serves as an introduction to experiential education. Designed for instructors in the Faculty of Humanities, participants will explore what experiential education is, the benefits of…

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Ageism in Tech: Using an online survey as a qualitative tool with Stephanie Hatzifilaithis

In this talk, Dr. Hatzifilalithis will give an overview of her postdoctoral research that focuses on how age-based stereotypes influence digital technologies. She will also give a walkthrough of how…

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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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FHS Q&A - What is PBT Learning

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Why VEGA?

The "Why VEGA?" Video

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Dr. Beth Murray-Davis - Making space for midwifery in the hospital: Exploring the birth environment of Canada's first Alongside Midwifery Unit (mmrcmidwressymp-bethmurraydavis-video-thurs31mar2022)

MMRC Research ShowcaseThursday, March 31, 2022 - 1240hDr. Beth Murray-DavisAssociate Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, McMaster UniversityMaking space for midwifery in the…

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Showcase - Client Experiences of the Alongside Midwifery Unit at Markham Stouffville Hospital (mmrc-symposium---showcase-bmd-oct-29-2020)

Dr. Beth Murray-Davis Client Experiences Of The Alongside Midwifery Unit At Markham Stouffville Hospital Thursday, October 29, 2020 – 1240h

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