Funding for education research announced

Four research teams have received funding from the Faculty Support for Research in Education (FRSE) program.

FSRE grants facilitate and enable scholarship in education at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry. These grants support projects with the potential to improve the state of knowledge and inform educational practice or curriculum.

Congratulations to the recipients:

Reliability of an objective criteria-based performance assessment tool for operative dental surgical skills
PI: Stephen Ferrier
Co-Investigator: Cecilia Dong

The value of a good grade: evaluating grade negotiation behaviours and perceptions among undergraduate science students
PI: Sarah McLean
Co-Investigator: Tyler Beveridge

A Crisis of Character: Exploring Character Development and Well-Being in Post-Graduate Medical Education
PI: Nabil Sultan
Co-Investigators: Jacqueline Torti, Wael Haddara

Dismantling the culture of silence: using simulation to explore how faculty physicians understand their role when team members “speak up”
PI: Taryn Taylor
Co-Investigator: Rachael Pack