CHE directors and staff members contribute to research communities focused on evidence-based health care and online learning, teaching and technology.
Pinsk, M., Johnson, B., & Hayward, R. The amazing base: A novel use of technology and game theory in undergraduate medical education. Poster session presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting & Scientific Exposition of the American Society of Nephrology, Denver, Colorado. 2010, November 18.
Schlegelmilch, R., & Johnson, B. How do you reach 30,000 continuing care workers with a consistent message? Poster session presented at the 8th Annual Canadian e-Learning Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. 2010, June 24.
Johnson, B. Dynamed: A point of care tool for evidence-based practice. Workshop session presented at the Northern Alberta Health Libraries Leading Edge Series, Edmonton, Alberta. 2009, November 17.
Johnson, B., & Wolansky, T. Evidence access: Shaping knowledge transfer in rural Alberta. Oral session presented at the Research Transfer Network of Alberta Conference 2009, Banff, Alberta. 2009, October 1.
Rob Hayward, Tom Marrie, Erika Smith, Vivian Mah, Health Informatics Program. Medical Education 2.0: Leveraging Learning Technologies in Online Communities. Canadian Network for Innovation in Education [CNIE] conference, Ottawa. May 10-12, 2009
Mohammad El-Hajj, Robert S. Hayward: Predicting User Behaviour to Facilitate Efficient Provision of Health Applications. ASONAM 2009: 324-329
Hayward R, Am P, Maharaj N, Powers A. Nemours hospitals and infolink. EBHC Newsletter 2008 (page 17); 28: 17.
Robert Hayward, M.D., M.P.H., FRCPC, Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine and Public Health Sciences and Director, Centre for Health Evidence, University of Alberta. Information Technology Tools that Support Best Practices by Health Care Providers. Page 110 - 115. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies 2007 Annual Meeting.http://www.iom.edu/File.aspx?ID=46903
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