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Sex-disaggregated systematics in Canadian time allocation committee telescope proposal reviews
Recent studies have shown that the proposal peer review processes employed by a variety of organizations to allocate astronomical telescope time produce outcomes that are systematically biasedExpand
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A multilevel analysis of contextual risk factors for intimate partner violence in Ghana
While extant research suggests that context, structural socioeconomic and cultural factors matter in intimate partner violence research, quantitative research on the subject in sub-Saharan Africa,Expand
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Religion, religiosity and premarital sexual attitudes of young people in the informal settlements of Nairobi, Kenya.
Although attitudes to premarital sex may be influenced by several factors, the importance of religion to that discourse cannot be underestimated. By providing standards to judge and guide behaviour,Expand
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Creating a Competency-Based Medical Education Curriculum for Canadian Diagnostic Radiology Residency (Queen's Fundamental Innovations in Residency Education)-Part 1: Transition to Discipline and
PURPOSE The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) has mandated the transition of postgraduate medical training in Canada to a competency-based medical education (CBME) modelExpand
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The Implementation of a Multi-institutional Multidisciplinary Simulation-based Resuscitation Skills Training Curriculum
Competency-based curricula require the development of novel simulation-based programs focused on the assessment of entrustable professional activities. The design and delivery of simulation-basedExpand
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A case for feedback and monitoring assessment in competency-based medical education.
PURPOSE Within competency-based medical education, self-regulated learning (SRL) requires residents to leverage self-assessment and faculty feedback. We sought to investigate the potential forExpand
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Analysis of factors affecting Canadian medical students’ success in the residency match
Background In North America, there is limited data to support deliberate application strategies for post-graduate residency training. There is significant interest in determining what factors play aExpand
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Perceptions and barriers to competency-based education in Canadian postgraduate medical education.
RATIONALE Competency-based education (CBE) is currently being implemented across Canadian postgraduate medical education programmes through Competence by Design (CBD).1 Queen's University receivedExpand
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Creating a Competency-Based Medical Education Curriculum for Canadian Diagnostic Radiology Residency (Queen's Fundamental Innovations in Residency Education)-Part 2: Core of Discipline Stage.
PURPOSE All postgraduate residency programs in Canada are transitioning to a competency-based medical education (CBME) model divided into 4 stages of training. Queen's University has been the firstExpand