The Power of Community: Building inclusive networks of research and support
What do inclusive research communities look like? How are they sustained (grow) while professional, personal, and system factors shift over time? What about early researchers? Most importantly, who is not sitting at your table and how can we break down barriers to get them there?
This one-day conference will explore the power of teams and the effects it can have on the success of early, mid, and senior education scholars. The event will share best evidence and practice via presentations, interviews, small groups and panels.
Dr. Karen Hauer - University of California San Francisco
Dr. Jane Philpott - Queen's University
Dr. Karen Hauer
Dr. Cathy Risdon (Dept of Family Medicine)
Alexandra Trottier (Indigenous Health Learning Lodge)
This event will be hosted mostly virtually, with the opportunity to come together at the end of the day for the Closing Panel Watch Party and the cocktail reception (subject to change based on guidelines from Public Health and McMaster University).
Small Group Sessions
This is an opportunity to discuss the plenary presentation in greater detail, and an excellent way to network with colleagues – and hopefully make new connections.
Additional registration required for these sessions: https://bit.ly/PSI2022GroupSessions
First come, first served. Capped at 10 participants each small group session (total of 4).
Conference Program can be accessed HERE.