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Upcoming Research Knowledge and Skill Builder Sessions

Series Schedule 2020-2021

Next session:
January 26, 2021, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Logic Modeling Part I: After Part I and II, attendees will be able to define a program, understand the components of a program logic model, and understand how data fits into the program logic model. They will also have hands-on experience developing a program logic model.

Presenters: Dr. Gina Agarwal  MBBS, PhD (Epidemiology), MRCGP, CCFP, FCFP, DFFP
Melissa Pirrie, Research Coordinator

Our last session:

Managing your research data- An introduction to DMP Assistant

Jay Brodeur, Associate Director of Digital Scholarship Services in the McMaster University Library and the Administrative Director of McMaster’s Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship
Isaac Pratt, Research Data Management Specialist with the University Library and Research & High-Performance Computing Services

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Past Research Knowledge and Skill Builder Sessions

Below are video recordings and slides from the Department of Family Medicine Research in-services. We offer these in-services to continue to build the research capacity of faculty and staff across the department.

If you have any questions about Research Knowledge and Skill Builders, please contact Neha Arora, our Clinic Research Coordinator (narora@mcmaster.ca).

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