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Educational Scholarship

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    Educational Scholarship
    Our Purpose: To advance health professions education research and scholarship at the local,
    national, and international levels, to improve education across the learning and practice continuum.

What We Do

Learn about our team's work in educational research and scholarship.

Our Team

We have a team of qualified methodologists who specialize in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research, as well as program evaluations and needs assessments. 

Educational Scholarship Resources

Learn about conferences, funding agencies, and awards.

Fellows & Scholars in Educational Scholarship

Learn about our Fellows and Scholars in Educational Scholarship.

Collaborator Testimonials

Hear what our collaborators have to say about working with our team on educational scholarship projects.

Participate in Current Research

Learn about opportunities to participate in our current research projects.

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Are you a member of Queen’s School of Medicine? Looking to make an impact?

A team of researchers from the School of Medicine and the Office of Professional Development and Educational Scholarship at Queen’s University is currently working on a study exploring the strategies employed by staff, faculty, residents, and medical students to ensure continued quality teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are interested in participating in the study, you will be asked to participate in an online questionnaire that will help us to learn more about your work/learning characteristics, benefits and challenges, outcomes of remote work and learning, recommendations for interventions, and demographic information. The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

You will also be invited to participate in an optional follow-up 60-minute interview. Interviews will take place either virtually (i.e., via Zoom) or by telephone.

Your involvement will provide valuable information for researchers and practitioners to improve the quality of work and learning experiences in the School of Medicine. 

To participate in this study, please follow this link to see a detailed Letter of Consent

We hope you’ll consider participating in our study!

Help inform culinary educational programs!

We’re looking for individuals with spinal cord injuries who would be interested in participating in a culinary coaching program. Keen to participate? Help inform culinary educational programs!