Kathryn Lightfoot

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AIM To explore resident and faculty perceptions of the feedback process, especially residents' feedback-seeking activities. METHODS We conducted focus groups of faculty and residents exploring experiences in giving and receiving feedback, feedback-seeking, and suggestions to support feedback-seeking. Using qualitative methods and an iterative process, all(More)
The purpose of this research was to explore the relationship between the perceived built environment and physical activity (PA) among college students, and to determine whether race and/or sex moderate this relationship. Participants were 785 college students (435 students in Study 1 and 350 in Study 2). Students completed questionnaires assessing(More)
OBJECTIVES There is a lack of information regarding interventions for undergraduate students at Canadian medical schools who require remediation during their psychiatric training. The need for a theoretical framework to guide remediation has been identified. In this study, we sought to characterize remediation taking place in undergraduate psychiatry(More)
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