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Technology supported consultation: The costs and benefits of seeking help | Dr. Sandra Monteiro | May 23, 2024

Dr. Sandra Monteiro is an Associate Professor for the Department of Medicine. She is also the Director of Scholarship, Centre for Simulation Based Learning and Scientist, MERIT, McMaster University.…

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October 4, 2023 CityWide Rounds - Dr. Aric Rankin

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Data, Information, and Knowledge

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Clinical Terminology

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Indigenous Way of Knowing in Pediatric Palliative Care | Dr. Amy Montour | Apr 25th, 2024

Amy Montour is a Haudenosaunee physician from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. She has completed Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Medicine…

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Two Bite Brownie: “Multi-methods research” - Dr. Bilgic | “Defining Principles of Expert Performance During Medical Procedures in Pediatrics: Optimizing Assessment Criteria of Procedural Skills: MSc Thesis Project.”-Ms. J Dhanoa| Feb 15, 2024

Objectives: To critically appraise a journal article about using assessment data to identify residents in need. Article: Ross, S., Binczyk, N., et al. Association of a…

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Integrated Health Care II

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Global Palliative Care — Addressing the Needs of Children in Settings with Limited Resources | Dr. Megan Doherty | March 28th, 2024

Dr. Megan Doherty is a specialist in children's palliative care at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa, Canada and Roger Neilson House (a pediatric…

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How to Create a Research Poster | Elizabeth Gunn | February 15, 2024

Elizabeth Gunn, MSc, Senior Research Advisor, Department of Pediatrics, led the "How to Create a Research Poster" workshop on February 15, 2024, where learners delved into the art of…

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How can practitioners assess the value of social work interventions? with Knut Sundell

1 – Most social work interventions are not well-supported by research. This situation is not likely to change. Although guided by good intentions this may result in poor or even harmful…

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Critique of Resilience

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School of Nursing Fall 2023 Welcome Video

Vice Dean in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Executive Director, School of Nursing, Sandra Carroll, shares a warm welcome to all new and returning students. Music by Bensound.comLicense code:…

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ADDIE Model of Curriculum and Instructional Design: Considerations for Medical Education Research - Dr. Elif Bilgic | “Do Active Learning Methods Work in Residency? The Problem With Expectations for Advanced Preparation” - Dr. Dave Callen | May 18, 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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Webinar #4 - Two Eyes Seeing Approach to Social Work Practice

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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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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Effective Use of Educational Technology in Medical Education: An Example of Assessing Clinical Competence in Undergraduate Medical Education Through Immersive Virtual Reality. - Dr. Tania Cellucci | December 15, 2022

Dr.Tania Celluci presents on Effective Use of Educational Technology in Medical Education: An Example of Assessing Clinical Competence in Undergraduate Medical Education Through Immersive Virtual…

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Bridging the Gap: Providing Trauma-Informed and Culturally Safe Care for Indigenous Children and Families | Dr. Ryan Giroux | March 9, 2023

Dr. Ryan Giroux is a General Pediatrician working at St. Michael’s Hospital and the Inner City Health Associates in Toronto. He is Métis from the Métis Nation of Alberta as well…

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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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Embracing Uncertainty: Partnering with Families Facing the Unknown | Dr. Kate Nelson | Sep 29th,2022

Dr. Kate Nelson is a staff pediatrician on the Paediatric Advanced Care Team (PACT) and a scientist-track researcher at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Kate started a research lab at…

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Access to Epilepsy Surgery, Dr. Andrea Andrade, April 1 2022

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Rapid Fire Rounds (mmrc-symposium---rapid-fire-rounds-with-ts-30oct2020)

Rapid Fire RoundsFriday, October 30, 2020 – 1200h

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Mode of Delivery and Intracranial Hemorrhage in Newborns with Hemophilia: Systematic Review & Meta-analysis | Nisarg Radadia | CHRD | 2022

Nisarg Radadia (supervised by Dr. Mihir Bhatt) delivers his CHRD 2022 award-winning presentation on Mode of Delivery and Intracranial Hemorrhage in Newborns with Hemophilia: Systematic Review &…

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