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Atelier: Collaborative Education Research

Contemporary topics and common methodologies in health professions education research and role model effective collaboration strategies.

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Source Centre for Faculty Development, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto at Unity Health Toronto

Ethical Research Collaboration

Fosters and supports ethical collaborative research practices in the context of the academic health sciences.

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Source Centre for Faculty Development

Recognizing and Responding to Ethically Important Moments in Qualitative Research

Why is my health professions education qualitative study required to go through an ethics review process when there is little risk to participants? Many of the questions on the ethics review forms seem irrelevant to my qualitative study.

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Source Lindsay Baker, Shanon Phelan, Ryan Snelgrove, Lara Varpio, Julie Maggi, Stella Ng. (2016). Journal of graduate medical education, 8(4), 607–608.

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