Health Sciences Education Rounds - Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Becoming a Health Sciences Education (HSE) Researcher

Thursday, November 28, 2019 16:00to17:30
McIntyre Medical Building Meakins Amphitheatre, 5th floor, 3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA

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*This event will also be live streamed

Objectives: By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe various pathways to becoming a health sciences education researcher

  • Identify potential facilitators and barriers in pursuing health sciences education research

  • Articulate opportunities and practical steps towards becoming a health sciences education researcher


SUSANNE MAK, MSc, OT(c), erg., is an Occupational Therapist, an Assistant Professor), Associate Director of the Occupational Therapy program (School of Physical and Occupational Therapy), and an Associate Member of the Institute of Health Sciences Education. She earned both her BSc. Occupational Therapy and MSc. in Rehabilitation Sciences from McGill. She is currently a PhD candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences (McGill) investigating the phenomena of attrition and retention in the rehabilitation professions. She is the faculty lead for the Occupational Therapy mentoring program and Chair of the Occupational Therapy Promotions and Review Committee.

Current research interests: attrition and retention; professional identity formation; mentorship; and fieldwork education.
FRASER MOORE, MD, FRCPC, is an Associate Professor of Neurology at McGill University, an Attending Neurologist at the Jewish General Hospital, and an Associate Member of the Institute of Health Sciences Education. He is the Leader of Block J - "Human Behaviour" - in the McGill medical school curriculum and the program director for the McGill Adult Neurology residency program.

Current research interests: The teaching of medical students and residents, particularly as it relates to the neurological exam and electrophysiology and curriculum design for neurology education in medical school.
GEOFFROY NOËL, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Director of the Anatomical Sciences Division, and an Associate Member of the Institute of Health Sciences Education. The mandate of the Anatomical Sciences Division is to explore new pedagogical techniques, coordinate and manage all anatomy labs and lectures, and liaise between the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, the simulation centres and McGill’s accredited professional health programs (Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy, and Communication Sciences and Disorders).

Current research interests: Pedagogical innovations with emphasis on implementing inter-professional and global health education as well as Augmented Reality with


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