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Sex, Gender, Intersectionality and Implementation Science
February 22, 2021 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm UTC+0
Seminars feature 45 minutes talks about women’s health from multidisciplinary perspectives followed by an interactive Q&A period.
About this Event
Seminar Title: Sex, Gender, Intersectionality and Implementation Science
This event is part of the Women’s Health Seminar Series, which showcases multidisciplinary research on women’s health. The goal of the series is to provide multidisciplinary training and mentorship for trainees, across a broad range of women’s health research topics. Speakers will present their research regarding the biological, psychological, behavioural, economic and social impacts on women’s health outcomes. Each seminar will feature 45 minutes talks followed by an interactive question and answer period.
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Presenter: Dr. Ian Graham, Professor, Professor, Department of Epidemiology & Community Medicine University of Ottawa
Dr. Ian Graham is Senior Scientist in the Clinical Epidemiology Program of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and Professor in the department of Epidemiology & Community Medicine, of the University of Ottawa. He is an adjunct associate professor in the School of Nursing at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. From 2006-2012 he was on an interchange with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research where he held the position of Vice-President of the Knowledge Translation and Public Outreach. Dr. Graham obtained a Ph.D. in medical sociology from McGill University. His research focuses on knowledge translation (the process of research use) and conducting applied research on strategies to increase implementation of evidence-informed practice. He has published over 250 peer reviewed articles and is co-editor of Knowledge Translation in Health Care (2009) and Evaluating the Impact of Implementing Evidence-based Practice (2010). Ian was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his “leadership contributions to CIHR and for changing the way research knowledge is used and demonstrating to funding agencies around the world how to move knowledge into action.”