Seminar: Research Training in Family Medicine: Who, What, Where and Why
Department of Family Medicine Presents:
Research Training in Family Medicine: Who, What, Where and Why
With: Dr. Gillian Bartlett, Ph. D, Associate Professor Department of Family Medicine, McGill University
People often wonder why we created a graduate program in Family Medicine - was it really necessary? What were we hoping to accomplish? What does it mean for family physicians, residents and researchers? This presentation will give an overview of our program, the motivation for its creation, some of the challenges we have faced, how the program has become a basis for medical education research and why we believe it is critical to the discipline of Family Medicine. Implications for researchers and clinicians will be explored as well as future directions we are considering.
BRING YOUR LUNCH! There will be light refreshments.
Please RSVP to research [dot] fammed [at] mcgill [dot] ca or (514) 399-9109
There is no parking on site and parking is limited in the area.
Taxis and public transport are advised.
Dr. Gillian Bartlett is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Family Medicine. She received her PhD in epidemiology from McGill University in 2001 and her MSc in 1996. Dr. Bartlett specializes in primary care research and knowledge translation. Her current concentration is on direct-to-patient knowledge translation around health promotion, personalized medicine and pharmacogenomics in family medicine.
Cannot make the seminar physically? (Please Note: Students from FMED 504 are expected to be there). Then, you may join the webinar by registering at the below link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.