Unit 4 | Module 4

Budgets, Study Schedules, and Project Management

Welcome to module 4 of unit 4. This module will be focus on some of the logistics around managing projects, including budgets and study schedules.

The Logistics of Getting it Done

This podcast features Mark Lee speaking about some of the key pearls for getting your project started and completed.

Bringing it all together

In this podcast, Drs. Teresa Chan and Larkin Lamarche are back to summarize and give you an overview of how all the content we've covered so far come together. We are hoping that this summary podacst will help with providing an overview of how you might bring together a team to take on a big project.

Research Project Management

This post links you to a great PDF summary by research project support guru Mark Lee.

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Featured Education Scholars

Mark Lee is a research project support for the McMaster Education Research, Innovation & Theory (MERIT) program, and a sessional instructor with the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) program Child Health Specialization at McMaster University. His curiosities has led him to explore a variety of research areas, some of which include: innovation in teaching and learning, clinical reasoning, education science, and child & youth development.

Dr. Teresa Chan (@TChanMD) is an associate professor in the Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine at McMaster University. She is the assistant dean for McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences Program for Faculty Development (@MacPFD). She is an avid scholar in health professions education and works with the MERIT group (@MERIT_McMaster), and conducts research and scholarship within this area.

Dr. Larkin Larmarche is a former teacher in the Health Sciences Education master's program. They are a Research Associate and Assistant Professor (part-time) with the Department of Family Medicine. They support several research programs within the department that focus on novel ways to support patients within primary care. Their own research program works toward understanding how body image (how you feel, think and act toward your body) is understood by primary health care providers and manifests in people who use the primary health care system. They are passionate about making conversations about body image more stigma-free and less medicalized in primary health care.