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April 15, 2021 | A project by University Heath Network's newest research institute aims to future-proof Canada's personal support workers (PSWs) against emerging health crises, while levelling out some of the inequities PSWs face compared to other health professions.
TIER members are making news. Follow the links below to see their successes.
Seeing Critically: How Critical Reflection Can Lead to More Compassionate Health Care
Dr. Janet Papadakos, TIER Scientist in
Dr. Marcus Law, TIER Education Investigator in
Dr. Nikki Woods, TIER Director and Scientist was featured in
Dr. Nikki Woods in Science in the 6ix: Personal Vignette
Dr. Nikki Woods in Science in the 6ix
Naomi Steenhof, Pharmacist and TIER Education Investigator leads her
faculty in learning teaching strategies
How Do We Prevent Burnout in the Healthcare System?
TIER Advisory Committee Member and OISE professor Marlene Scardamalia has been named a
Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada