Congratulations to the 2016 recipients of the Faculty Support for Research in Education awards

Three research teams have received funding through the 2016 competition for Faculty Support for Research in Education (FRSE).

FSRE grants facilitate and enable scholarship in education at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry that has the potential to improve the state of knowledge and inform educational practice in medicine, dentistry, or the basic sciences.

The 2016 recipients are:

Developing a multiple perspective approach for teaching patient centeredness, advocacy and communication

Principle Investigator:  Kori LaDonna, PhD, Centre for Education Research & Innovation (CERI)

Co-investigators: Dr. Shannon Arntfield, Sayra Cristancho, PhD

Does real-time physiological biofeedback improve the teacher-student interaction and learning during high stakes surgery?

Principle Investigator: Dr. Alp Sener, Department of Surgery

Co-investigators: Saad Chahine, PhD, Sayra Cristancho, PhD

Factors influencing residents' engagement in research during post-graduate training

Principle Investigator:  Dr.Neil Duggal, Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences

Co-investigators: Saad Chahine, PhD, Dr. Chris Watling, Dr. Faizal Haji