Brian A. P. Morris

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A sample of family physicians was randomly selected from the membership database of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). Potential respondents were mailed a survey questionnaire, and a modified Dillman approach was utilized. A total of 964 completed questionnaires were received, providing a response rate of 50.1%. Although most family(More)
INTRODUCTION Knowledge of the current status of manpower and resources is important in understanding the state of any medical specialty, and critical in planning for future recruitment, funding and infrastructure development. METHODS In 2003, the Canadian Urological Association (CUA) conducted two nationwide surveys examining manpower, resources, and the(More)
SCHOLARS of religion have devoted little attention to the connections between their views of religious history and the philosophy of religion. Hayden White’s comment that “there can be no ‘proper history’ which is not at the same time ‘philosophy of history’” can also be applied to religious history, but that is seldom considered today. On the contrary!(More)
In 1998, we conducted the first national survey of urology residents to evaluate Canadian training programs and other aspects related to the future practice of urology. The survey, a 7-page questionnaire, examined the educational learning needs of the trainees. Of 70 residents surveyed, 41 responded (response rate 60%). Topic areas in which the respondents(More)
Originally published in France in 1980 (and translated into English in 1984), Michel de Certeau’s The Practice of Everyday Life has assumed the status of an ur-text for many cultural studies academics and students. In particular, his chapter on ‘Walking in the City’ is often cited as a blueprint for understanding key terms in the cultural studies repertoire(More)
The Canadian Urological Association has recently developed a new continuing medical education vehicle, Video Journal in Urology. The editorial content of this quarterly production is determined by the results of a needs assessment, the results of which are described in this paper. The needs assessment, as a two-page questionnaire, was mailed to 504(More)
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