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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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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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Appreciative Inquiry in Medical Education | Dr. Jo Humphreys | March 21, 2024

Objectives: Review Appreciative Inquiry methodology and the 4D design Understand the different uses for Appreciative Inquiry in medical education Discuss the benefits of…

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HTHSCI 1LL3 - W2024 - 13A - Clinical Biochemistry

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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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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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Final Exam Preview, OSS, 2024

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Doing-Duo: A Collaborative and Feminist Method as Praxis with Jessica Hardin

In this talk, Hardin will introduce her duo-ethnographic work with a group of friends and colleagues who part of a collaborative group, Nutrire CoLab. She will introduce some of the fundamental…

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Mapping Literatures with Networks with Adeline Lo

Understanding the gaps and connections across existing theories and findings is a perennial challenge in scientific research. To encourage systematic, replicable, and transparent methods for…

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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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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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Feb 2024 Webinar: Gender affirming Social Work: At the intersection of Race, Social Orientation and Gender Identity and Expressions

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HTHSCI 1LL3 - W2024 - 6A - Gene Expression

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“Youth reflections and perspectives on healthcare experiences” | Panel of Youth from McMaster Children’s Youth Advisory Council | February 1, 2024

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HTHSCI 1LL3 - W2024 - 1A - Introduction to Biochemistry

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Turning critique into promise: How situationalism can aid qualitative interviewing with Anders Vassenden and Marte Mangset.

In their talk, Vassenden and Mangset answer to a recent interactionist/situationist critique of qualitative interviews. This critique holds that because interviews are social encounters with…

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Module 1 - Introduction

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Module 7 - Introduction

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The role of a Paediatrician in grief: What children wonder and how to respond | Dr. Joanna Humphreys | December 14, 2023

Dr. Joanna Humphreys is a pediatrician in our Palliative Care Division and our QOLA Team. Dr. Humphreys studied at Oxford University in England, where she completed her bachelor's in…

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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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AI in Healthcare Rounds with Damon Burrow - December 20, 2023

Session with Damon Burrow, co founder of ScholarAI Discussion topic: Science in the Age of AI Includes a demo of ScholarAI plugin for ChatGPT 4.

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November 23, 2023 Pain Rounds - Dr. Ken Lee

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The role of a Paediatrician in grief: What children wonder and how to respond | Dr. Joanna Humphreys | December 14, 2023

Dr. Joanna Humphreys is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Pediatrics and pediatric palliative care physician at McMaster Children's Hospital. In this week's session of Grand…

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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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