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FMED 603: Foundations of Participatory Research +
Online | Professor Neil Andersson

FMED 603 is a one-credit research course offered by the Department of Family Medicine at McGill. Foundations of participatory research covers the science and discipline of partnerships underlying research, research governance, ownership of research products and relationships behind research objectives and methods. Founding principles include respectful partnerships, cultural safety, and intercultural dialogue. The course introduces participatory frameworks and methods for co-design and co-management of research, participatory media and integrated knowledge translation, quality improvement, and adaptive management of services.

FMED 604: Advanced Participatory Research in Health +
In-person sessions | Professor Neil Andersson

FMED 604 is a three-credit research course offered by the Department of Family Medicine at McGill. Advanced participatory research reflects on the science and discipline of partnerships underlying research. It is concerned with research governance, ownership of research products and relationships behind research objectives and methods. As a discipline or method set, participatory research is co-creation of knowledge through equitable partnerships with people affected by the issue or who will act on its results – patients, health professionals, policy makers, community members or communities.

FMED 702: Advanced Uses of Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping +
In-person | Drs Neil Andersson & Samira Abbasgholizadeh-Rahimi

FMED 702 is a one-credit research seminar offered by the Department of Family Medicine at McGill that covers various topics relevant to advanced family medicine and primary care research. For this fall, an applied course on Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping (FCM) is being offered. Participants will learn about the practical applications of FCM and its analysis, with a particular focus on its use to co-create knowledge in participatory research settings.

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