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Indigenous Futurism and STBBI Research with Randall Jackson and Doris Peltier

Addressing the future of Indigenous sexual transmitted and blood borne infections (STBBI) research that challenges colonialism makes it possible for the expansion of culturally appropriate,…

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Week 3_19 Jan 2023 Video Recording.mp4

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Annual Chris Newman Rounds | Dr. Joanna Humphreys | Jan 12th, 2023

Talking to children about death — What Chris taught us and more!

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Week 2 - CSL 2 10 Jan 2023 Video Recording

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We All Make Mistakes: Stories of Research Gone Wrong with Akacia Propst and Brianne Morgan

Co-founders of the science communication project and science blog "The Null Hypothesis"— our project centers around demystifying scientific research - what it looks like behind the…

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Making Sense When Nothing Makes Sense: Narrative Techniques for the Frustrated, Anxious, and Just Plain Exhausted| Dr. Sarah Luckett-Gatopoulos| May 19, 2022

Dr. Sarah Luckett-Gatopoulos is a Paediatric Emergency Physician in Hamilton and a general Emergency Physician in London. She studied Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. She likes animals,…

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The Social Autopsy with Dr. Stefan Timmermans – Spark Talks

Friday January 14, 2022 The social autopsy takes the death of a set of individuals as its starting point and then critically and systematically examines social and political conditions to explain…

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Illuminating the Future with Dr. Jewlya Lynn and Dr. Jen Heeg – Spark Talks

Illuminating the future context through an equity lens: Why systems evaluators need to use foresight and futures thinking without imposing Western cultural values. October 8, 2021 Systemic change…

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Building Bridges to Better Care, Child Health and Development | May 20, 2021

Dr. Jan Willem Gorter. Pediatric Physiatrist, Professor of Pediatrics and associate member in the School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University. He is Director of CanChild and holds the…

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BBS OER lab manual welcome video

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Physics 4Q03 Lecture 18: This lecture continues the previous one on photons in electromagnetism, and provides a sermon about UV and IR divergences and why you can use any regularization you like to…

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Leading through the dungeon: What a collaborative storytelling game can teach us about healthcare | February 11, 2021

Dr. Anthony Crocco is an Associate Professor and Division Chief in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, McMaster University who will help us understand the benefits…

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13-BE Condensation

Physics 4Q03 Lecture 13: This lecture reviews how to set up averages with statistical mechanics, translating the grand canonical ensemble into the language of occupation number. This is used to…

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Data Visualization in Excel with Allison Van – Open House

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Talk on EFTs and Inflation given to the Chung Ang University conference Beyond the Standard Model, Feb 3 2021.

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Week Four Narratives

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Wilson to Lindblad: Late-time Obstacles to Reliable Calculations with Horizons (and how Open EFTs can help). This talk describes how Open Effective Field Theories can be used to deal with the…

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English 1F03 Lecture November 4th

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English 1F03 Lecture October 28

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