Research

Research Seminar - 'Update and measurement properties of the mixed methods appraisal tool (MMAT): A Mixed Methods Study' with Quan Nha Hong

16Feb201712:30
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Research Seminar - 'Update and measurement properties of the mixed methods appraisal tool (MMAT): A Mixed Methods Study' with Quan Nha Hong /familymedCategory: Départ. de médecine familiale Recherche

Academic Career Week 2017

27Mar2017
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31Mar2017

Designed for PhD’s, Academic Career Week will provide a series of panels and presentations addressing key elements of the doctoral process and the academic job search.

The World Outdoors: Researchers flock to drones

Published: 26Jan2017

Drone technology has been applied in support of bird science for more than a decade now. With the cost of this technology continuing to drop, the use of it is broadening across North America....

Meet Dr. Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant, Family Medicine Research and Graduate Program Director

Published: 25Jan2017

When Research and Graduate Program Director Dr. Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant, joined McGill’s Department of Family Medicine in 2005, primary care research in Canada was still in its infancy. Dr....

Droit privé/droit public : quelques enjeux d’une distinction doctrinale

6Feb201713:00
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Civil Law Workshop: “Droit privé/droit public : quelques enjeux d’une distinction doctrinale”, with Éric Millard (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)

4 O'Clock Forum: The role of dairy in a sustainable diet

16Mar201716:00

4 O'clock Forum is a monthly seminar series for Macdonald researchers and graduate students to be exposed to scientific advancements related to their own fields of research as well as other...

4 O'Clock Forum: Why should IP matter to you?

16Feb201716:00

4 O'clock Forum" is a monthly seminar series for Macdonald researchers and graduate students to be exposed to scientific advancements related to their own fields of research as well as other...

4 O'Clock Forum: Influenza Virus: a matter of life or death

26Jan201716:00

4 O'clock Forum is a monthly seminar series for Macdonald researchers and graduate students to be exposed to scientific advancements related to their own fields of research as well as other...

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