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  • Testing ritual knot tracing for cognitive priming - effects rules out analytic analogy
    Testing ritual knot tracing for cognitive priming - effects rules out analytic analogy
    Vahedi, Z., Park, S., Pelkey, J., Matthews, S.W., (2019, October). Testing ritual knot tracing for cognitive priming-effects rules out analytic analogy. Poster session presented at The Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) Program, Toronto, ON.
    The University Medical Centre: A student’s perspective
    The University Medical Centre: A student’s perspective
    Over 515,000 students attended Ontario Universities in 2015/16, including 60,000 international students from abroad (https://ontario universityes.ca/resources/data/numbers). First-year students who are away from home find themselves needing a new primary care physician. While a few researchers have examined student health care within the university setting in regard to mental health (Evans, 1999), sexual health (Habel et al., 2018)., and health promotion (Griebler et al., 2017), there has been little research focused on the first-year student experience in finding primary care. Our study examined communication pathways, wayfinding and misconceptions students have related to the university medical centre. Patient centered care involves a partnership between a healthcare provider and their patient. In this partnership healthcare professionals must consider the patient experience and be more informative, mindful, empathic and collaborative to provide the best possible care (Epstein & Street, 2011)., Hubert, G., Pow, C., Tullio-Pow, S.(2019, October) The University Medical Centre: a student's perspective. Poster session presented at The Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) Program, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.
    Violence against women in politics on Twitter a micro-analysis
    Violence against women in politics on Twitter a micro-analysis
    Gendered negativity attacks a person's gender identity to make the victim feel inferior. These attacks reenforcing gender norms and patriarchal ideologies. Women in politics, especially those who hold positions of high visibility, face a significant amount of gendered negativity compared to their male counterparts. Gendered negativity against women in politics can discourage women from pursue public office and other leadership positions., Gregory, M.(2019, October) Violence against women in politics on Twitter a micro-analysis. Poster session presented at The Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) Program, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON