Research in Medical Education


Researchers in the Department of Medical Education conduct original research and program evaluations. They can also provide consultation, guidance, and support to faculty members interested in pursuing research in medical education. For more information, please contact the Research and Evaluation Lead, Christen Rachul.


 Research Grants & Awards Available


Current Medical Education Research Activities 

For recent publications and presentations, please see the Annual Report. 

Members of the Department of Medical Education also have research collaborations with faculty members in Otolaryngology, Palliative Care, CancerCare Manitoba.

  • Preparing Residents for Lifelong LearningMowat S, Hamilton J, Ford M, Sigurdson E, Pope B, Jiang D,  *Francois J

 

  • Evaluating Residents Teaching SkillsMowat S, Francois J, Yaffe C, *Hamilton J

 

  • Evaluation of UGME Renewed CurriculumBernstein K, Ripstein I, Mowat S, *Hamilton J

 

  • Interprofessional Continuing Professional Development on Oral-Systemic Health Topics *Mowat S, Hein C, Walsh T, MacDonald L, Grymonpre R, Sisler J

 

  • Peer-Assisted Debriefing of the Manitoba Physician Achievement Review - *Francois J, Mowat S, Sisler J

 

  • Implementing a Competency-Based Medical Education System in Postgraduate Training at the University of Manitoba - *Mowat S, Hamilton J, Brown R, Fraser V, Yaffe C

 

  • Retention and Integration of International Medical Graduates in Manitoba - *Mowat S, Sisler J, Reslerova M

 

  • Maintenance of Competence among Canadian Family Physicians with Enhanced Skills: A Study of Family Physician Anesthetists - *Francois J, Mowat S, Long H, Kuo B

 

  • Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program Evaluation Jones I, Mowat S, Hamilton J, Long H

 

  • Obesity Intervention for Front-Line Healthcare Providers: Attitudes, Skills, and ChallengesHein C, Mowat S, Long H

*denotes principle investigator

 

Research Projects by Bertram Unger

    1.       Mixed Reality Haptics - Combining 3D printed models with virtual haptic simulation – Unger B et al

    2.       3D Printed Temporal Bones for Surgical Pre-planning – Unger B et al

    3.       Force Metrics for Intubation Skills Assessment and Training – Unger B et al

    4.       Hand Motion analysis for laparascopic surgical skill assessment – Unger B et al

    5.       3D stereoscopic interactive anatomical display using the Microsoft Kinect (TM) – Unger B et al

    Further information regarding these projects can be located at the Clinical Learning and Simulation Website: http://umanitoba.ca/medicine/education/ed_dev/clsf/smsr/smsr.html

Members of the Department of Medical Education also have research collaborations with faculty members in Otolaryngology, Palliative Care, CancerCare Manitoba.