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Vector Addition & Multiplication

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May 2024 Webinar: Navigating issues related to race, ethnicity, and identity: how they shape our professional and personal lives

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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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Feedback and Coaching: Keys to Meaningful Learning Conversations | Dr. Chris Watling | April 18, 2024

Dr. Chris Watling is a Professor in the Departments of Oncology, Clinical Neurological Sciences, and Family Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University in London,…

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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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Life Lessons from Toddlers | Dr. Hasan Merali | February 29, 2024

Dr. Hasan Merali is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. As an author, his writing has been featured in Science, The Boston Globe, NBC,…

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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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Remaining Unreconciled: Philanthropy and Indigenous Governance in Canada with Damien Lee

Canadian philanthropic foundations are increasingly engaged in reconciliation-focused activities with Indigenous peoples. However, like other good intentions, this too can channel settler…

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One Health

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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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Parenting children with cerebral palsy: Do we really need a lecture on this? | Dr. Peter Rosenbaum | Dec 14th, 2023

Peter Rosenbaum, MD, FRCP(C), DSc (HC), FRCPI Hon (Paed) RCPI joined the Department of Paediatrics at McMaster University in 1973, and became Full Professor in 1984. In 1989, with his colleague…

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Social Psychological

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An Introduction to Generative AI and Applications in Health Education | Dr. Erin Aspenlieder & Rebecca Taylor | October 19, 2023

Dr. Erin Aspenlieder is an Associate Director with the Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teaching and Learning at McMaster University. She is the coordinator…

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Lecture on Psychological Resilience

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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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Skills Identification

Identifying your skills is an essential part of the job search process. Skills allow potential employers to evaluate whether you are a suitable candidate for a job. Learn how to identify your…

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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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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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Kim speaks on the history and scope of the Course Outline Portal.

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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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