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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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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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Transparency and Reproducibility: Doing Open Quantitative Social Science with Jeremy Freese

Increasing the transparency and reproducibility of scientific research has received considerable attention over the past decade. Takeup of this call has varied considerably over the social sciences,…

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Slow Thinking - Fast Thinking

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Practicing Moral Resilience Part 4: Deepening Integrity | Dr. Connie Williams | November 24, 2022

Dr. Connie Williams is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics in the division of Neonatology. Her academic interests include interprofessional education, bioethics, and health policy.

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Practical Strategies for Navigating High Stress/ Trauma Exposed Work | Diana Tikasz | Nov 10th, 2022

Diana Tikasz has worked in the teaching and healthcare sector for over 30 years specializing in trauma-focused work. Over the course of her career she has worked with the Emergency Department…

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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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Global Traditional & Complementary Medicine (T&CM) Use in Childhood Cancer Care | Dr. Stacey Marjerrison | October 20, 2022

Dr. Stacey Marjerrison is a pediatric oncologist and the Medical Director of the Pediatric Oncology Late Effects Program at the McMaster Children's Hospital, as well as an Associate Professor of…

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Postnatal Management of Hydronephrosis: What has Changed? | Dr. Luis Braga | July 14, 2022

Dr. Braga joined McMaster University’s Department of Surgery under the Division of Pediatric Urology in 2008. He has since finished his Masters in Health Research Methodology at…

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Katelyn Fisher, Lauren Columbus, Meagan Furnivall - Framework for a midwifery-led implementation of oxytocin training (mmrcmidwressymp-fishercolumbusfurnivall-video-fri1apr2022)

Clinical Practice ShowcaseFriday, April 1, 2022 - 1240h Katelyn Fisher, Lauren Columbus, Meagan FurnivallDepartment of Midwifery Leadership Team, London Health Sciences Centre Framework for a…

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"What Peter is doing for your admissions procedures" | Dr. Quang Ngo | May 19, 2022

Dr. Quang Ngo is an Associate Professor and Clinician Educator in the Department of Pediatrics at McMaster University and a practicing Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at McMaster…

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Meeting Owl: Best Practices

An overview of some tips, tricks, and best practices to make the most out of using the Meeting Owl Pro for teaching.

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Brief Discussion About Disability History

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Crushing the Game of Germs in the NICU | September 17, 2020

Dr. Esther Rai, Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology. She is the HHS site-investigator for the national neonatal quality improvement network EPIQ…

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Better Interviews: Tips for Listening with Allison Van - Productivity Durig Pandemic

Summarizing experience gained through thousands of research interviews, Allison Van continues her Better Interview series by demonstrating and discussing approaches to deeper listening within…

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Social Work and the Pandemic September 9th 2020, 2:44:10 pm

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How to Communicate with Students in an Online Setting

This tutorial outlines best practices for communicating with students in an online setting. It provides an overview of communication tools in Avenue to Learn with links to specific videos, along with…

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