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Primary Care Research Day

Department of Family Medicine residents attending Primary Care Research Day poster session

Primary Care Research Day 2021

The Centre for Studies in Primary Care hosted its 17th annual Primary Care Research Day on February 25, 2021, at which residents from all four sites presented their PGY2 academic research projects as either oral or poster presentations. For the first time in this event’s history, it was offered in a virtual format using a combination of Zoom sessions and onQ, Queen’s learning management system.

This year’s Primary Care Research Day prize recipients were:

Kiersten Colbran (BQ): Ethical considerations for MAID in patients with dementia

Alex Cormier & Angela Ford (PK): Patient-identified barriers to HPV vaccination in Peterborough in women aged 27 to 45

Dilshaan Panjwani (KTI): Impact of social isolation in long term care homes during the COVID19 pandemic

Jocelyn Stewart (QBOL): Examining the intersection of self-rated health and health satisfaction in Canadian adults