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Simulation in Health Care: Debriefing in Healthcare Simulation Basic Skills
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada presents: Simulation in Health Care Video Series Learn the foundational principles for simulation-based education, assessment and research from renowned simulation experts. These learning resources will appeal to all educators who are interested in simulation in health care. This Podcast: Debriefing in Healthcare Simulation Basic Skills by Dr. Michelle Chiu Navigation Introduction 00:04 Objectives 00:22 What is debrief? 00:32 Why debrief at all? 00:56 Advantages to debriefing 01:58 Goals of the debrief 02:30 The instructors role in the debrief 02:43 3 phases of debrief 02:53 3 components of debrief 04:53 Debrief Prep 05:25 Pre-Brief 7:47 Debrief Reaction Phase 13:20 Debrief Understanding Phase 15:02 Debrief Summary Phase 20:06 Parting words 21:40 References 22:05
Views: 13299 PPIRCPSC
Formula Free Statistics 101: Statistical VS Clinical Significance, Confidence Intervals
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 3609 PPIRCPSC
“The Posner Report”: A Simulation Debriefing “Rant” by Dr. Glenn Posner
 
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Simulation educator Dr. Glenn Posner, MDCM, FRCSC, M.Ed, has been involved in debriefing for 15 years, and believes that the advice and feedback given during a theatre-based simulation debriefing is a critical part of the overall professional development experience that is simulation. In this lighthearted – yet educational – testimonial presented during the 2015 Simulation Summit, Dr. Posner explains how debriefing has evolved in recent years; shares important tips and advice for the beginner debriefer; and explains why aspiring debriefers should sign up for the Simulation Educator Training (SET) course.
Views: 1834 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 1.4 Tuskegee Study
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 7306 PPIRCPSC
Simulation in Healthcare: Scenario Design for Team based Simulation
 
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Navigation Introduction 00:04 Objectives 00:55 Definition 01:11 The plan 02:05 Developing educational material 02:25 Needs assessment 02:50 How does one chose objectives? 03:26 Curriculum ideas (Surgery) 05:20 Curriculum ideas (Obstetrics) 07:04 It’s not about the Doc’s! 07:41 Scenario construction 11:00 Template for simulation scenario 13:30 Curriculum document 15:10 Instructional design 16:11 Hybrid Simulation 19:34 Acknowledgements 21:55
Views: 1916 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 3.2 Respect for Persons' Consent
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 931 PPIRCPSC
Simulation in Health Care: Debriefing in Healthcare Simulation  Advanced Skills
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada presents: Simulation in Health Care Video Series Learn the foundational principles for simulation-based education, assessment and research from renowned simulation experts. These learning resources will appeal to all educators who are interested in simulation in health care. This Podcast: Debriefing in Healthcare Simulation Advanced Skills by Dr. Michelle Chiu Navigation Introduction 00:03 Objectives 00:27 What is a debrief? 00:36 Debriefing: Levels of Facilitation 01:11 High 01:32 Intermediate 02:12 Low 02:43 Debrief Challenges 03:47 Fidelity Issues 04:03 Challenges: Off-Topic Participants 06:23 Challenges: Silent Participants 07:36 Debriefing Plus/Delta Method 07:57 Debriefing Strong Emotions 09:00 Parting words 11:46 References 12:28
Views: 2143 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 3.1 Four Ethics Principles
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 867 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 1.2 Importance of Research Ethics
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 679 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 12: Correlation
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 391 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 4.1 Beneficence
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 1376 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 2.2 Tri Council Policy Statement
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 677 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 4.2 Justice
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 512 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 3.4 Secondary Use Of Data
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 340 PPIRCPSC
Simulation in Health Care: Simulation Reseach
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada presents: Simulation in Health Care Video Series Learn the foundational principles for simulation-based education, assessment and research from renowned simulation experts. These learning resources will appeal to all educators who are interested in simulation in health care. This Podcast: Simulation Research by Dr. Dylan Bould Navigation Introduction 00:04 Objectives 00:28 Types of Simulation Research 01:43 Different ways to look at simulation research 03:32 Quantitive research 03:51 Simulation experiments 04:21 Experimental tradition 06:06 Randomized controlled trials 06:48 SPICOT 07:49 Epidemiological tradition 10:00 Cohort studies 10:28 Case control studies 12:20 Correlational tradition 14:04 Simulation-specific confounding variables 15:22 Learning Objectives recap 18:49
Views: 752 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 2.3 Research Ethics Boards
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 472 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 2.6 Qualitative Research
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 745 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 5: Measures of Location (Median)
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 600 PPIRCPSC
Formula Free Statistics 101: Is the Null Hypothesis True?
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 265 PPIRCPSC
Formula Free Statistics 101: Measures and Tests of Association
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 253 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 3.3 Confidentiality
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 470 PPIRCPSC
CIHR Grant Writing 101 Part 1: Introduction
 
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Session CIHR Grants 101 Faculty: Gregory Huyer, PhD Session description: This session will provide an introductory/intermediate overview of the Canadian Institutes of Health Re-search (CIHR) as an organization as well as important policies in relation to the Open Operating Grant Program. The session will seek to 'de-mystify' the peer review process as well as pro-vide useful 'tips and tricks' to consider when applying for a grant. Finally, participants will be given an overview of Open Pro-gram reforms. Level of Information: Introductory/Intermediate At the end of the session, participants will be able to: 1. Describe CIHR as an organization 2. Articulate the basic steps and processes of the CIHR peer re-view process for grants 3. Identify the top 5 most important considerations when apply-ing for a grant 4. Describe the proposed reforms to CIHR's Open Programs
Views: 207 PPIRCPSC
Searching for Evidence 101 Part 1 -  Breaking your topic into concepts
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Search the Evidence 101 Faculty: Lee-Anne Ufholz For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] This information will introduce participants to searching for evidence with an aim to increasing efficiency and effectiveness of searching. Specifically, participants will learn how to complete a focused but comprehensive literature search using keywords, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and Boolean search logic. Participants will also learn how to create an account for automatic updates on given topic (e.g. as a scanning technique). At the end of the session(s), participants will be able to: 1. Explain and describe basic search parameters and logic to increase efficiency of searching, including but not limited to, the use of Boolean operators (and, or, not); 2. Be aware of several major electronic search engines and learn how to search and download citations within PubMED and describe some key search features (e.g. related papers links); 3. Create and manage personal Auto-Alerts (as a scanning strategy for keeping up-to-date); 4. Apply the principles and skills to their own scholarly and research practices.
Views: 176 PPIRCPSC
Searching for Evidence 101 Part 4 - Understanding MESH Terms.mov
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Search the Evidence 101 Faculty: Lee-Anne Ufholz For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] This information will introduce participants to searching for evidence with an aim to increasing efficiency and effectiveness of searching. Specifically, participants will learn how to complete a focused but comprehensive literature search using keywords, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and Boolean search logic. Participants will also learn how to create an account for automatic updates on given topic (e.g. as a scanning technique). At the end of the session(s), participants will be able to: 1. Explain and describe basic search parameters and logic to increase efficiency of searching, including but not limited to, the use of Boolean operators (and, or, not); 2. Be aware of several major electronic search engines and learn how to search and download citations within PubMED and describe some key search features (e.g. related papers links); 3. Create and manage personal Auto-Alerts (as a scanning strategy for keeping up-to-date); 4. Apply the principles and skills to their own scholarly and research practices.
Views: 167 PPIRCPSC
Formula Free Statistics 101: A Typical Cryptic Description
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 233 PPIRCPSC
Simulation de soins de santé: La conception de scénario pour la simulation par équipe
 
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Le Collège royal des médecins et chirurgiens du Canada présente: Simulation dans les soins de santé une série vidéo podcast Apprenez les principes fondamentaux pour basée sur la simulation éducation, d'évaluation et de recherche des experts renommés de simulation. Ces ressources d'apprentissage fera appel à tous les éducateurs qui sont intéressés à la simulation en soins de santé. Ce Podcast: La conception de scénario pour la simulation par équipe par Dr Glenn Posner Navigation Introduction 00:06 Divulgation 00:50 Objectif 00:53 Définition 01:07 Le plan 02:06 Élaboration de ressources éducatives 02:32 Évaluation des besoins 02:59 Comment choisit-on des objectifs? 03:34 Idées de programme d'études (chirurgie) 05:24 Idées de programme d'études (obstétrique) 07:21 Cela ne concerne pas uniquement les médecins! 08:06 Élaboration de scénario 11:14 Modèle de scénario de simulation 13:47 Document du programme d'études 15:21 Conception pédagogique 16:29 Simulation hybride 19:54 Conclusion 20:52 Remerciements 21:41
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Statistics 201, Part 4: Measures of Location (Mean)
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 758 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 1: Introduction
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 1809 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 7: Interquartile Range (IQR)
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 536 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 13: Non-parametric Alternatives to the Pearson Correlation
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 385 PPIRCPSC
Statistics 201, Part 14 - Measures of Association
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 355 PPIRCPSC
Research Ethics 101 Part 3.5 Qualitative Health Research
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
Views: 135 PPIRCPSC
Scopia Training Video 6:   Streaming & Recording
 
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eSolutions is pleased to announce the creation of a series of Scopia training videos that will provide you with the information you need to enable live, interactive face-to-face communication with individuals in different geographic locations.
Views: 940 PPIRCPSC
Formula Free Statistics 101: Dichotomous Outcomes
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
Views: 363 PPIRCPSC
CIHR Grant Writing 101 Part 3: IPPH top 10 Grant Writing Tips
 
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Session CIHR Grants 101 Faculty: Gregory Huyer, PhD Session description: This session will provide an introductory/intermediate overview of the Canadian Institutes of Health Re-search (CIHR) as an organization as well as important policies in relation to the Open Operating Grant Program. The session will seek to 'de-mystify' the peer review process as well as pro-vide useful 'tips and tricks' to consider when applying for a grant. Finally, participants will be given an overview of Open Pro-gram reforms. Level of Information: Introductory/Intermediate At the end of the session, participants will be able to: 1. Describe CIHR as an organization 2. Articulate the basic steps and processes of the CIHR peer re-view process for grants 3. Identify the top 5 most important considerations when apply-ing for a grant 4. Describe the proposed reforms to CIHR's Open Programs
Views: 191 PPIRCPSC
Scopia Training Video 5:   Moderator Controls
 
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eSolutions is pleased to announce the creation of a series of Scopia training videos that will provide you with the information you need to enable live, interactive face-to-face communication with individuals in different geographic locations.
Views: 87 PPIRCPSC
Simulation de soins de santé: L’évaluation dans l’approche par compétences en formation médicale
 
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Simulation de soins de santé: L’évaluation dans l’approche par compétences en formation médicale par Farhan Bhanji Navigation Introduction 00:04:00 Objectif 00:50:00 Lequel est différent? 01:22 L’approche par compétence en formation médicale 02:07 CanMEDS 2015 02:49 Jalons 03:24 Transitions vers L’évaluation 05:00 Importance d'un programme d’évaluation 05:12 But de l’evaluation 06:54 Qu’est-ce qui motive l’apprentissage? 09:27 Gravir la pyramide de Miller 11:46 Fiabilité 13:01 Validité 13:19 Perfectionnement du corps professoral 13:36 La sagesse des foules 15:05 Promouvoir la réflexion 16:04 Pouvons-nous adopter la subjectivité? 16:58 Technologie 18:41 Simulation 19:19 Comment former une opinion à partir de tous ces éléments d’information? 21:06 Un point de vue extérieur peut-il contribuer à l’évaluation de l’approche par compétences? 21:34 Le Saint Graal – la transition de l’approche par compétences au DPC 23:13 Vers l’approche par compétences 24:31
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Searching for Evidence 101 Part 3 - PubMed 'single citation matcher'.mov
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Search the Evidence 101 Faculty: Lee-Anne Ufholz For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] This information will introduce participants to searching for evidence with an aim to increasing efficiency and effectiveness of searching. Specifically, participants will learn how to complete a focused but comprehensive literature search using keywords, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and Boolean search logic. Participants will also learn how to create an account for automatic updates on given topic (e.g. as a scanning technique). At the end of the session(s), participants will be able to: 1. Explain and describe basic search parameters and logic to increase efficiency of searching, including but not limited to, the use of Boolean operators (and, or, not); 2. Be aware of several major electronic search engines and learn how to search and download citations within PubMED and describe some key search features (e.g. related papers links); 3. Create and manage personal Auto-Alerts (as a scanning strategy for keeping up-to-date); 4. Apply the principles and skills to their own scholarly and research practices.
Views: 156 PPIRCPSC
CPD Optimizing Documentation and Mainport Use by Dr Malcolm Brigden
 
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CPD Educator Dr. Malcolm Brigden's last presentation on optimizing Mainport use using mobile devices,
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Simulation de soins de santé: Compétences de base du débreffage
 
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Le Collège royal des médecins et chirurgiens du Canada présente: Simulation de soins de santé Apprenez les principes fondamentaux pour l'éducation basée sur la simulation, de l'évaluation et de la recherche par des experts renommés de simulation. Ces ressources d'apprentissage fera appel à tous les éducateurs qui sont intéressés dans la simulation en soins de santé. Ce podcast: Compétences de base du débreffage par le Dr Michelle Chiu Navigation Introduction 00:00 Objectifs 00:23 Qu’est-ce que le débreffage? 00:28 À quoi sert le débreffage? 01:00 Objectifs du débreffages 02:32 Le rôle de l’instructeur dans le débreffage 03:03 Trois éléments du débreffage 05:15 Préparation 05:42 Breffages préliminaire 08:24 Débreffages (étapes de réactions) 12:44 Débreffages (étapes de compréhension) 13:49 Débreffages (étapes de synthèse) 17:13 Derniers conseils 19:01 Références 19:27
Views: 348 PPIRCPSC
Scopia Training Video 3 - Desktop Participants
 
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eSolutions is pleased to announce the creation of a series of Scopia training videos that will provide you with the information you need to enable live, interactive face-to-face communication with individuals in different geographic locations.
Views: 132 PPIRCPSC
Simulation in Health Care: Realism in Simulation
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada presents: Simulation in Health Care Video Series Learn the foundational principles for simulation-based education, assessment and research from renowned simulation experts. These learning resources will appeal to all educators who are interested in simulation in health care. This Podcast: Realism in Simulation by Dr. James L. Huffman Navigation Introduction 00:06 Disclosure statement 00:16 Objectives 00:20 Fidelity 00:39 Realism 01:29 Physical realism 02:00 Enhancing physical realism 02:41 Conceptual realism 03:23 Enhancing conceptual realism 03:45 Emotional fidelity 04:08 Does high fidelity = more learning? 05:13 Arguments against “higher fidelity” 05:46 Case 1 08:25 Case 2 08:52 Case 3 09:20 Summary 09:52
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Research Ethics 101 Part 2.5 What research requires REB review?
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Research Ethics 101: The ethical conduct of research Faculty: Charles Weijer, MD, FRCPC For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] At the end of the session, participants will be able to: ▪ explain the historical imperative for protections of human participants ▪ define the four ethics principles ▪ apply the principles to their own research studies Session description: The session will provide an introduction to the ethics of research involving human participants. It will address the history of research ethics, present a contemporary ethical framework, and discuss its application to differing kinds of research studies. The ethical framework consists of four principles: respect for persons, beneficence, justice, and respect for communities. Each principle provides the foundation for ethical rules, including requirements for informed consent and confidentiality of health information. Taken together these ethical principles and rules provide a comprehensive framework for the analysis of ethical challenges in health research.
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Formula Free Statistics 101: Red Flag (Failing to Report Statistical Variability)
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
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Scopia Training Video 2 - Getting Started
 
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eSolutions is pleased to announce the creation of a series of Scopia training videos that will provide you with the information you need to enable live, interactive face-to-face communication with individuals in different geographic locations.
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Statistics 201, Part 11: Measures of Association
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
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Searching for evidence 101 Part 2  A look at the Cochrane Library & PubMed.mov
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit Search the Evidence 101 Faculty: Lee-Anne Ufholz For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected] This information will introduce participants to searching for evidence with an aim to increasing efficiency and effectiveness of searching. Specifically, participants will learn how to complete a focused but comprehensive literature search using keywords, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and Boolean search logic. Participants will also learn how to create an account for automatic updates on given topic (e.g. as a scanning technique). At the end of the session(s), participants will be able to: 1. Explain and describe basic search parameters and logic to increase efficiency of searching, including but not limited to, the use of Boolean operators (and, or, not); 2. Be aware of several major electronic search engines and learn how to search and download citations within PubMED and describe some key search features (e.g. related papers links); 3. Create and manage personal Auto-Alerts (as a scanning strategy for keeping up-to-date); 4. Apply the principles and skills to their own scholarly and research practices.
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Statistics 201, Part 20 Clinical Significance & Point Estimates
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 201: Understanding & Calculating Common Medical Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to calculate common medical statistics and interpret the results. Participants will also be able to identify useful statistical resources including online sites, literature and books to support on-going learning. The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
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Simulation in Health Care: Creating a culture of simulation
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada presents: Simulation in Health Care Video Series Learn the foundational principles for simulation-based education, assessment and research from renowned simulation experts. These learning resources will appeal to all educators who are interested in simulation in health care. This Podcast: Creating a culture of simulation by Dr. Robert J. Anderson Navigation Introduction 00:07 Goals 01:40 Understanding frames 02:42 The s takeholders 04:05 The executives 04:17 The educators 05:28 The learners 06:00 Setting institutional targets 07:05 Understanding the drivers 08:36 Framing the simulation argument 09:45 Understanding barriers 10:00 Creating your educational team 13.02 Choice, control, and trust 13:25 Choice 14:25 Control 16:03 Trust 16:44 Engaging learners 17:28 Adopter types 17:43 Early adopters 17:50 Mid adopters 19:17 Late adopters 19:55 Learner frames 21:30 Final note 22:16 Further readings 26:51 Acknowledgements 27:14
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Formula Free Statistics 101: The Slippery Slope of Causation
 
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The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, Research Unit presents: Statistics 101: Formula Free Statistics Faculty: Nick Barrowman, PhD At the end of the session, participants will be able to: - Understand the principal/ foundational concepts of statistics, - Interpret and describe statistics commonly reported in the medical literature, - Identify "red flags" in research reports that may be signs of trouble The Research Unit is gracious to PPI for hosting our video series. For more information about these videos or the Research Unit specifically at the Royal College please email [email protected]
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