(Pictured: Dr. Mary Ann McColl, Dean Jane Philpott and, Dr. Christopher Booth)*
Earlier this fall, the Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) at Queen’s University launched Dean Jane Philpott’s Cinq à Sept Research Talks. The monthly series, which will showcase innovations in health research at Queen’s, is like nothing FHS has hosted before and is modeled on the French tradition of gathering at the end of the workday.
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Mary Ann McColl, Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and Associate Director, Health Services Research and Policy Institute followed by a chat with Dr. Chris Booth, Professor in the Departments of Oncology and Public Health Sciences and Canada Research Chair in Population Cancer Care. Our discussions focus on themes arising from their respective talks entitled “The Ten Stories: Intergenerational Conversations” and “The Emperor Has No clothes: Finding our Way again in Cancer Care,” that were delivered at the inaugural Cinq à Sept Research Talks event on October 27th 2021.
*photo courtesy of the Faculty of Health Sciences.