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Awards, Grants & Prizes > Research Grant Awards

Research Grant Award Winners

2019 Winner

Javeed Sukhera Western University, Canada Exploring Perceptions of Self-Disclosure in Medical Education

2018 Winners

Kent Hecker University of Calgary, Canada

Neuroeducation Mechanisms of Psychosocial Contexts on Team-Based Learning

Vilma Johnsson Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark Training for transfer: The impact of context variation during ultrasound-simulation training on clinical performance

2017 Winners

Anouk Wouters

VUmc School of Medical Sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands ‘Unravelling stakeholders’ discourses of selection for medical study and the emotions involved
 
Susan Humphrey-Murto Unversity of Ottawa, Canada  ‘Learner Handover: How does it influence assessment?’
 

2016 Winner

Dr. Karen M. Stegers-Jager

The Netherlands

Unravelling ethnic disparities in rater-based assessments: effect of scoring method

2015 Winners

Lisi Gordon United Kingdom Exploring the effects of context on senior medical trainee transition experiences: a multi-country project
Rashmi Kusurkar The Netherlands Academic motivation and underperformance of ethnic minority medical students

 

2014 Winners

Aliki Thomas Canada
Use of evidence in health professions education: attitudes, practices, barriers and facilitators
Angela Towie Canada Patients as educators in health professions education: impact and sustainability

 

2013 Winners

Esther Helmich The Netherlands Emotional learning and identity development in medicine: A cross-cultural study
Susan Lieff Canada Exploring the use of social media network analysis to understand faculty development impacts

 

2012 Winners

Ming-Jung Ho Taiwan A cross-cultural study of professionalism dilemmas: personal incident narratives of medcal students in work-based learning
MJ (Kiki) Lombarts The Netherlands Development and Evaluation of an Internet-based Reflection Aid for Clinical TEachers (ReACT)

 

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