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Upcoming Research Knowledge and Skill Builder Sessions

Series Schedule 2020-2021

Next session:  March 23, 2021
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Using health administrative data for primary care research: Attendees will develop an understanding of ICES health administrative data holdings in Ontario, the types of primary care research questions that can be addressed using the data, and how researchers can work with ICES.

Presenters: Dr. Michelle Howard, Associate Professor
Abe Hafid, Research Assistant

Follow this link to join the Zoom meeting: https://mcmaster.zoom.us/j/97887010669?pwd=THJObTdlenZnRGdtck1WbllrVXJTQT09 

Our last session:

Logic Modeling Part II: Attendees will be able to identify short, medium and long term outcomes for logic models as well as understanding how to use one for evaluation planning of your community health program
Presenters: Dr. Gina Agarwal  MBBS, PhD (Epidemiology), MRCGP, CCFP, FCFP, DFFP
Melissa Pirrie, Research Coordinator

Video | Slides
Logic Models Part I materials listed under Research Methods and Design below

Past Research Knowledge and Skill Builder Sessions

Below are video recordings and slides from the Department of Family Medicine Research in-services. We offer these in-services to continue to build the research capacity of faculty and staff across the department.

If you have any questions about Research Knowledge and Skill Builders, please contact Neha Arora, our Clinic Research Coordinator (narora@mcmaster.ca).

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