Academic Technologies

Research and Scholarship

Over the past year, we had the opportunity to participate in research and scholarship related to education, design, technology and communication.

 

Peer reviewed
von Hauff P, Long K, Taylor B, van Manen MA. Antenatal consultation for parents whose child may require admission to neonatal intensive care: a focus group study for media design. BMC pregnancy and childbirth. 2016 May 14;16(1) 1.

Preprints
Bulitko V, Hong J, Kumaran K, Swedberg I, Thoang W, von Hauff P, Schmolzer G. RETAIN: a Neonatal Resuscitation Trainer Built in an Undergraduate Video-Game Class. arXiv preprint arXiv:1507.00956. 2015 Jul 3.

Grants
Kule Dialogue Grants: Re-designing Health Systems, Education and Care. Co-applicant (Primary Investigator Aidan Rowe, Associate Professor Design Studies, Faculty of Arts)
Talwar-Povoledo, Reena; Karstad, Mark; von Hauff, Patrick. Surgical Training Videos: Using an e-Book Model to Assess the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Virtual Training for Pre-clinical Dental Students.

Presentations
Karstad, Mark. ”Studio In a Bag: Creating inexpensive Educational Video.” Presented at the AFMC Informatics Groups - National Village at CCME, Montreal 2016.

Posters
Lundy McKibbin, Patrick von Hauff, Sarah Forgie. "Bacteria cards: Culturing Multi-level Thinking". Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Vancouver, Canada. 

Eddie Santos, Eleni Stroulia, Sarah Forgie, Patrick von Hauff, Diya Shi, Amit Persad. "LiveBook: A Virtual Patient Simulation Environment." Undergraduate Summer Research Poster Session (August 14, 2015), Faculty of Science, University of Alberta.

Sahil Gupta, Julie Sikora, Patrick von Hauff, Robert Lederer, Brian R. Holroyd, Pamela Brett-MacLean (2015). "Enhancing patient waiting room experiences in the emergency department: a collaborative design and medicine project". CAEP 2015: Lighting the Way, Edmonton, Canada. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians, Canada

Savita Rani, Patrick von Hauff, Pam Brett-MacLean. "Educating Humane Physicians". Curriculum Innovations Supporting the Transition from Class to Clinic. FoMD Annual Summer Students Research Day (August 2015)