The course timetable for CQ’s Fall 2022 shared curriculum is now available! Please refer to your departmental registrar for course enrolment and drop dates. Students interested in taking courses outside their home department can view enrolment instructions here. The full curriculum, including potential student pathways through the curriculum, can be viewed here. Note: NUR1025 is being rescheduled […]
We are very pleased to share that CQ has received a wonderful boost this spring! A generous donation from Joan Eakin and Chris Hoffmann, matched by the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, will provide for two new faculty Chairs in critical qualitative health research methodology. The matched donation, with additional support from the Dalla […]
Dr. Janet Parsons and Dr. Julia Gray were recently awarded the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute’s Teaching Award for their outstanding contributions to teaching. They were recognized for teaching JRP1000: Theory and Method of Qualitative Health Research, a core course in CQ’s ’Essentials of Qualitative Research’ curriculum. JRP1000 is jointly administered in alternate years with the Rehabilitation […]
CQ will be taking a summer hiatus from July 18th to August 22nd. It will take us longer than usual to answer your emails during this time. Wishing everyone in our CQ community a safe and happy summer!
In November 2021, CQ held its 3rd biannual Critical Pedagogies Symposium on Teaching & Learning Critical Qualitative Health Methods. In collaboration with the University of Toronto Journal of Public Health (UTJPH), six top-ranked abstracts submitted to the Symposium were recently published in a UTJPH’s Special Issue. Authors include current and former CQ students and CQ Fellows, […]
A team led by CQ Fellow Dr. Naomi Thulien recently released an animation to share qualitative insights from a community-based, mixed method clinical trial with youth who had experienced homelessness. All 24 study participants were given portable rent subsidies (youth could live in a location of their choice) for two years; half were randomly assigned […]