Clinical, Social and Administrative Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminars

New Seminar Format:

Students present for 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes allotted to formal respondents (1 faculty and 1 student respondent each get 2.5 mins), followed by 5 minutes group discussion.

Formal respondents will submit formative written feedback to student, and general evaluation forms will be completed by the rest of the students.

Clinical Research Student Seminar Group 2017-2018
(Coordinator: Beth Sproule)

SEMINAR DATE

PRESENTER

TITLE

RESPONDENT

Dec. 4, 2017
Monday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
Katherine Koroluk
 
Moving Antimicrobial Stewardship into the Community Pharmacy 1. Edric Paw Cho Sing (student)
2. Priya Patel (student)
Peter Pennefather (faculty)
Jan. 10, 2018
Wednesday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
Judith Zarek TBA 1. Nathan Ma (student)
Lisa Dolovich (faculty)
Feb. 7, 2018
Wednesday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
Laura Murphy Shortened Dosing Intervals of Extended Release Opioids in Chronic Pain 1. Sweta Bhimani (student)
2. Jennifer Ma (student)
Marisa Battistella (faculty)
Mar. 7, 2018
Wednesday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
No seminar.    
Apr. 4, 2018
Wednesday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
1. Christine Peragine
2. Nathan Ma
1. TBA
2. TBA
1. Laura Murphy (student)
Lisa Burry (faculty)
May 2, 2018
Wednesday, 3-5 PM
Rm 850
1. Yako Jak Ozsarfati
2. Sweta Bhimani
1. TBA
2. Glucocorticoid-induced Hyperglycemia
Lee Dupuis (faculty)

 

Health Services/Policy Research Student Seminar Group 2017-2018
(Coordinator: Paul Grootendorst)

SEMINAR DATE

PRESENTER

TITLE

RESPONDENT

Nov. 27, 2017
Monday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Ana Komparic
2. Olga Kits
3. Crystal Moneypenny *
4. Joann Ban *
1. A Normative Analysis of Policy Arguments in the Canadian National Pharmacare Debate
2. Burden of treatment and polypharmacy in long term care.
3. Understanding the Experiences of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) in Ontario, Canada: A Qualitative Study
4. A Descriptive Analysis of New Denosumab Users in Ontario, 2012/02 – 2015/03
1. Olga Kits (student)
2. Jennifer Marshall (student)
Heather Boon (faculty)
Dec. 18, 2017
Monday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Kuhan Perampaladas
2. Yasmin Saeed
1. TBA
2. Health Utilities (Preference- based Quality of Life) in Chronic Hepatitis C Patients
1. Joann Ban (student)
2. Yeesha Poon (student)
Alison Thompson (faculty)
Jan. 30, 2018
Tuesday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Jason Lee
2. Julian Granka Ferguson
1. Economics of Vaccines and Vaccination Programs
2. TBA
1. Meagan Rachich (student)
2. Yasmin Saeed (student)
Jillian Kohler (faculty)
Feb. 27, 2018
Tuesday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
Teresa Tsui TBA
 
1. Bassem Hamandi (student)
2. Dew Das (student)
Lisa Dolovich (faculty)
 
Mar. 27, 2018
Tuesday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Patti Leake
2. Usama Elbayoumi
1. How are gender and power written about in articles about interprofessional collaboration in nursing journals?
2. TBA
1. Teresa Tsui (student)
2. Tina Papastavros (student)
Anna Taddio (faculty)
Apr. 24, 2018
Tuesday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Sabrina Blaise
2. Dew Das
1. TBA
2. TBA
1. Michelle Di Risio (student)
2. Julian Granka Ferguson (student)
3. Patti Leake (student)
Sara Guilcher (faculty)
May 22, 2018
Tuesday, 12-2 PM
Rm 850
1. Eustace Orleans-Lindsay
2. Bassem Toeama
 
1. TBA
2. TBA
1. Sabrina Blaise (student)
2. Jason Lee (student)
 

* Mock defense

All students are encouraged to attend all seminars. To fulfill the Graduate Department's requirements:

Full-time students: To remain in good standing in the Student Group (CSAP) Seminar program, students must attend a minimum of 75% of the CSAP seminars AND a minimum of 8 graduate department seminars per academic year.

Part-time/Flex-time students may negotiate with the Graduate Chair for a reduction in the number of required seminars (to a minimum of four per year) based on their professional experience and other factors related to their ongoing work.

Failure to attend the minimum number of seminars will result in the cancellation of funding from the graduate department.  

These are the minimum graduate student attendance requirements. Please make an effort to support your graduate training and peers by attending all seminars throughout the series. Attendance will be taken at every seminar.

 

(For information on previous seminars, follow this link.)


There will be several important changes to the way we run the student seminar series for CSAP 2017-2018 beginning in September.

  1. We are splitting the CSAP seminar into two separate streams: The Clinical Research Student Seminar Group and the Health Services/Policy Research Student Seminar Group.
  2. Seminars will take place monthly instead of weekly and will meet in room 850 on the following days/times:
    1. The Clinical Research Student Seminar Group will meet:
      1. In the Fall on the 1st Monday of the month from 3-5pm
      2. In the Winter on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 3-5pm
    2. The Health Services/Policy Research Student Seminar Group will meet:
      1. In the Fall on the last Monday of the month from 12-2pm
      2. In the Winter on the last Tuesday of the month from 12-2pm
  3. We have removed the faculty seminars from these seminar groups to allow for less frequent meeting. The requirements for seminar attendance remain the same, however.
  4. Students can attend either seminar group for credit, but must be primarily affiliated with one or the other.
  5. Remote attendance at seminars needs to receive prior approval from the Seminar Coordinator and is reserved for students who are located remotely, or who are conducting field work and cannot attend in person.
  6. We have added a formal feedback component to the seminars so all students will receive feedback from 1 faculty respondent and 1 student respondent.

Action Items for Students:

  1. In concert with your supervisor, please identify which seminar group you would like to attend/present in. Please let Christine Park in the Graduate Office know which group you will be affiliated with.
  2. Please choose a seminar at which you will be a formal respondent. You will be responsible for providing 5 mins of feedback at the seminar you choose prior to the group discussion. You can sign up with Donald Wong.
  3. If necessary, seek permission to attend seminars remotely from your Seminar Coordinator.

Action Items for faculty:

  1. Make sure you can attend your students’ seminars.
  2. Sign up to be a respondent to at least ONE student seminar in 2017-2018. Please choose a student you don’t supervise. You can sign up with Donald Wong.
  3. Please make an effort to attend the seminar series you identify with. We have made the seminar less frequent so you can attend without it being burdensome.