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Atelier: Collaborative
Education Research

Program Overview

The Wilson Centre and Centre for Faculty Development Atelier: Maximizing the Rigour and Effectiveness of Collaborative Education Research focuses on reinforcing evidence-based and ethical practices in education research work; creating an effective interdisciplinary collaborative research team; and helping participants appreciate the research skills and lens they bring to a research team.

Program Description

The Atelier is a joint offering from the Centre for Faculty Development and The Wilson Centre. Sessions focus on common methodologies and contemporary topics in health professions education research, delivered by researchers from across professions and disciplinary backgrounds. This Atelier is relevant for novice researchers and scholars who are not engaged in research as their primary activity. It focuses on reinforcing evidence-based and ethical practices in education research work; creating an effective interdisciplinary collaborative research team; and helping you appreciate the research skills and lens you bring to a research team. Throughout the week, sessions will focus on common methodologies and contemporary topics in health professions education research, and will be delivered by researchers and educators from across professions and disciplinary backgrounds.

Program Goals:
• Creating literacy in common methods and methodologies
• Creating an effective interdisciplinary collaborative research team
• A quick orientation to the field
• Understanding roles and lenses in collaborative research
• Ensuring ethical practices in collaborative research

Program Structure*

*Subject to change 

Accreditation Details

This one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by Continuing Professional Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto for up to 24.5 Mainpro+ credits.

This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by Continuing Professional Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. You may claim a maximum of 24.5 hours (credits are automatically calculated).

Program Team

Lindsay BakerProgram Co LeadSHE / HER

Lindsay Baker is the Associate Director, Curriculum Integration and Partnerships at the Centre for Faculty Development. Her work focuses on the purposeful integration of her curriculum development, teaching and qualitative research expertise to develop ethical, competent, and compassionate faculty. At an overarching level, her research uses constructivist and critical approaches to examine the boundaries and relations between disciplines, professions, and knowledge communities. Similarly, she integrates constructivist, transformative, and critical pedagogical approaches to education in my faculty development practice. She recognizes the importance of valuing multiple forms of knowledge and ways of knowing and understanding and try to weave this philosophy through her work.

Tina MartimianakisProgram Co-LeadSHE / HER

Maria Athina (Tina) Martimianakis is Professor and Director of Medical Education Scholarship, at the Department of Paediatrics, and Scientist and Associate Director (Collaborations and Partnerships) Wilson Centre. Tina studies issues related to the learning environment and professional identity negotiations. Currently she is researching how multiple change agendas impact professional identity and how organizational practices associated with discourses of collaboration support or hinder the capacity of interprofessional teams to practice and learn together. Her research contributes to both theory building and educational practice.

Alex SulimanProgram CoordinatorSHE / HER

Alex coordinates the Atelier: Collaborative Education Research program and the CFD Resource Hub, and is on the planning committee for the Teaching for Transformation Annual Conference. She has been involved in healthcare education through various roles, using her technological, communication and media skills to further knowledge translation. Alex holds a Bachelor of Arts in Cinema and Media Studies from York University.

Registration Details

Level: Foundational

Who should register: This program is most relevant for novice researchers and scholars who are not engaged in research as their primary activity.

Location: Online

Program length: 1 week

Cohort size: 20-30 participants

Fees:
Early bird rate: $2000
Standard rate: $2500

Certificate: Participants will receive a certificate of completion.

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A. There is a cost to participate in some of our programs. The cost of each of our programs varies and in some cases, the cost varies depending on your status with the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at University of Toronto and/or in which hospital you work as well as whether or not you have an annual CFD Membership.

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The CFD offers a number of exceptional programs to meet current and emerging faculty development needs across the health system. View the full listing of CFD’s programs to determine which may best meet your interests and needs.

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