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Research / Get Involved/ Special Events/ Learning Pillar Week

Learning Pillar Week 2022

Presented by the Department of Education & Learning and
The Research Institute of St. Joe's Hamilton

 

Monday, November 7 to Friday, November 11, 2022

We are pleased to present a week of free events focused on celebrating Education and Research – two departments that work collaboratively under the Learning Pillar of St. Joe's strategic plan.

Learning Pillar Week features a variety of speakers who will offer learning opportunities for one-on-one and small group sessions for anyone aiming on becoming effective supervisors, preceptors, and investigators. All staff, physicians, learners, researchers, volunteers, and academic partners are invited to the events of Learning Pillar Week!

As an academic health sciences centre, St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton is committed to shaping the future of health sciences through effective education and novel research.

See below for the full event schedule, or download a PDF copy here. Click here to jump to Prizes info below.

 

Event Calendar & Registration Info

Date / Time / Location

Event Details

Registration Link

Monday, November 7

9:00am

Charlton Main Lobby

Learning Pillar Week - Opening Ceremonies

Speakers include:
  • Elizabeth Buller, President & CEO, SJHS
  • Melissa Farrell, President, SJHH
  • Dr. Azim Gangji, Vice President, Education
  • Dr. Lehana Thabane, Vice President, Research
  • A message from Dr. Paul O'Byrne, Dean and Vice President, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University

No Registration Needed - Join us in the Charlton Lobby!

10:00am

Zoom + Miller Amphitheatre

How to Engage a High School Co-op Learner

Jeff Adema, HWDSB K-12 Consultant Coop Lead & Pat Prio, OYAP Coordinator, HWCDSB

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11:00am

Zoom

"Preprints in medicine, especially in the pandemic"

Dr. John R. Inglis, Co-founder, bioRxiv and medRxiv

Dr. Inglis is a co-founder of bioRxiv and medRxiv, databases of “pre-prints” – preliminary reports of work that has not been certified by peer review. The need for rapid dissemination of research during the pandemic brought these databases to the fore.

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12:00pm

Zoom

Stress First Aid – Compassionately Caring for Each Other 

Erika Haber, MSc., Registered Psychotherapist, Coping and Resilience Support Service (CARS) and Manager, Anxiety Treatment & Research Clinic and Clinical Neuropsychology Services

Cheryl Watterson, Senior Organizational Development Consultant

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1:00pm

Zoom

"Managing challenging student situations"

Karen Ball, Associate Dean, Nursing School of Health & Community Services, Mohawk College

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2:00pm

Zoom

Nursing Education Careers

Karen Ball, Associate Dean, Nursing School of Health & Community Services, Mohawk College 

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Tuesday, November 8

10:00am

Zoom

St. Joe's Research Chairs – Panel Discussion

A panel discussion with research chairs, featuring Dr. James MacKillop, Dr. Mehran Anvari, and Dr. Dawn Bowdish.

Moderated by Dr. Lehana Thabane.

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11:00am

Zoom

"You are esteemed, brilliant and have produced a work of genius, please submit your next manuscript to us: Excising predatory journals and publishers"

Dr. David Moher – The Centre for Journalology, The Ottawa Hospital

Dr. Moher is a crusader against the scourge of opportunistic (predatory) publishers who exploit the academic need to publish but who offer little reward.

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12:00pm

Zoom

Introduction to Leading as a ‘Servant Leader’

Cheryl Watterson & Johan Beukes, Organizational Development

Servant leadership is an ethical philosophy of leadership, driven by the desire to do good, to care for others, to improve the community and build a better society. Aligned to the legacy of the Sisters of St. Joseph, this lifelong journey is guided by continuous learning, self-reflection, self-discovery, and self-awareness. This module will focus on the key attributes of a servant leader and how you can leverage both supportive and directive behaviours to best serve others, providing them with what they need when they need it.

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1:00pm

Zoom

Research & Innovation Partnerships and Funding: Synapse Consortium and Ontario Centre of Innovation

Alex Muggah, Director, Synapse Life Science Consortium

Paul Chipperton, CEO, Insight Medbotics Inc.

Ron Galeav, Founder & CEO, EmergConnect

Dr. Michael Jones, Ontario Centre of Innovation

Come and learn about the HEALTHI and SOPHIE programs, as well as other funding offered by OCI to support your innovative research projects

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2:00pm

Zoom

Understanding Hospital Hierarchy

Dr. Sarah Jarmain, Chief of Staff & VP, Medical and Academic Affairs

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5:00pm

Miller Amphitheatre (Physicians Only)

Medical Staff Association (MSA) Quarterly Event

At this event, the Medical Staff Association will get to meet and greet our new Chief of Staff Dr. Sarah Jarmain, and Deputy Chief of Staff Dr. Gregory Rutledge. They will share their new vision of engaging with the medical staff and their projects for the near future. Our members will get the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers about topics of interest to all of us. Education excellence awards will also be presented to physicians and residents.

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Wednesday, November 9

10:00am

Zoom

SJHH Energy Plan

Karen Langstaff, Chief Faculty Planning & Patient Support Services

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11:00am

Zoom

Systematic Literature Searching

Kaitryn Campbell and Karin Dearness

Join SJHH Librarians Kaitryn and Karin as they demystify what’s required to search for evidence if you’re doing a systematic review.

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12:00pm

Zoom

Introduction to Coaching/Teaching as a 'Servant Leader' 

Cheryl Watterson & Johan Beukes, Organizational Development

Servant leadership is an ethical philosophy, driven by the desire to do good, to care for others, to improve the community and build a better society. Aligned to the legacy of the Sisters of St. Joseph’s this is a lifelong journey guided by continuous learning, self-reflection, self-discovery and self-awareness.  This module will focus on leveraging both supportive and directive behaviours in the best way to serve others we are coaching or teaching to provide people with what they need when they need it.

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1:00pm

Live Premiere via YouTube

Celebrate Research 2022

Presented by The Research Institute of St. Joe's Hamilton

Watch the premiere with us live – no registration needed!

Watch on the Celebrate Research page or directly on YouTube. Premieres at 1pm.

2:00pm

Zoom

Unconscious Bias

Organizational Development (Saumya Gautam, Lesah Wood & Johan Beukes)

This session will cover Foundational Concepts in Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI). It will explore bias / unconscious bias and explore concepts for greater inclusion.

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Thursday, November 10

8:00am to 4:00pm

The Atrium, McMaster Innovation Park

(175 Longwood Road, Hamilton)

Partner Event:

McMaster Innovation Showcase 2022

Presented by the McMaster Industry Liaison Office (MILO)

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9:00am

Zoom + Miller Amphitheatre

"How can we support clinicians in research? From students to staff: Lessons from the frontlines"

Michelle Kho, PT PhD, Canada Research Chair in Critical Care Rehabilitation and Knowledge Translation

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10:00am

Charlton (Classroom D - T2218)

Professional Practice and the Struggling Student

Dr. Maria Pratt, Assistant Professor, Accelerated BScN Stream Lead, School of Nursing, McMaster University

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11:00am

Zoom

(30 mins)

EBM Resources and Search Tips for the Busy Clinician

Kaitryn Campbell and Karin Dearness

This brief session will focus on how to efficiently find the best evidence, using resources and tools available through SJHH.

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12:00pm

Zoom + Charlton (Miller Amphitheatre)

 

Schwartz Rounds

St. Joe’s is thrilled to announce the launch of Schwartz Rounds! The Schwartz Rounds take place in hundreds of hospitals world wide as a way of offering healthcare providers a time to openly and honestly discuss the social and emotional issues they face in caring for patients and families. Caregivers have an opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts and feelings on thought-provoking topics drawn from actual patient cases.

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1:00pm

Zoom

Trauma Informed Teaching in the Learning Context

Dr. Susan Jack, Professor, McMaster School of Nursing

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Friday, Nov. 11

 n/a  Event Week Recap  n/a

 

Prizes

Look out for the travelling evidence cart, coming to all three campuses during Learning Pillar week, to learn about information resources available at St. Joe’s and enter draws to win the following:

  • Cash JC Corcoran L Edwards M Fraser D Glass CA. Canadian Family Practice Guidelines. New York: Springer Publishing Company; 2020.
  • Kay E. A Dark History of Chocolate. Barnsley South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword History an imprint of Pen & Sword Books; 2021.
  • Skidelsky R Craig N. Work in the Future : The Automation Revolution. Cham Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan; 2020.
  • Wireless phone charger
  • Kobo Clara HD e-book reader and case

 

 

Learning Pillar Week is proudly presented by: