The Braley Fellows Program
Application for Braley Scholars
1. Name *
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2. Email *
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3. What graduate program are you in? *
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4. What year of your graduate program are you in? *
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5. When were you enrolled in the PhD program? *
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6. When is your expected completion date?
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7. Please provide a 1 page abstract of your PhD research project below (~500 words, copy and paste). *
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8. Do you currently TA? If so, how many hours do you TA a week? *
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9. Are you willing to forgo your TA position in 2019/2020 to receive the equivalent in compensation from the David Braley Centre for Antibiotic Discovery?
Please note that depending on your program, this may affect your eligibility for TAships in future years. Please contact Dr. Dawn Bowdish at bowdish@mcmaster.ca to discuss any questions about TAships.
10. What do you hope to get from the Braley Fellows program? What professional connections are you hoping to make? What skills do you want to develop? Which elements of AMR (e.g. diagnosis, surveillance, clinical management) are you most excited to learn about and why? *
This information will be used to tailor course content and facilitate research partnerships.
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11. Which of the following fields best match your future career aspirations? Please rank each item in order of interest from 1(most interest) to 11 (least interest) *
This information is used for partnering with research supervisors to allow Fellows to explore appropriate career opportunities.
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Public Health – Detection/Diagnosis
Public Health – Surveillance
Public Health – Policy
Industry – Drug Discovery
Industry – Vaccination or Immunology
Academia – Host/Pathogen interactions
Academia – Immunology/Vaccines
Academia – Drug Discovery
Academia – Policy/KI
Academia – Epidemiology/Mathematical Modelling/Statistics
Medicine
12. If none of the above options match your career aspirations, please expand here. (optional)
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13. What professional skills do you most want to develop? Please rank each item in your order of interest from 1 (most interest) to 4 (least interest). *
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Teaching
Communication with lay/broad audiences (i.e. Knowledge Translation)
Communication with policy makers and knowledge users
Specific research skills/knowledge (please specify)
14. What other professional skills would you like to develop? (optional)
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15. Please rank your confidence in understanding the following from 1 (no understanding) to 7 (expert understanding). *
The following series of questions will NOT be used to determine eligibility to the program, but rather to ensure that we tailor course content appropriately and accept trainees with diverse experience and expertise.
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I understand the mechanisms by which bacteria become resistant to antibiotics.
I understand the mechanisms by which fungi become resistant to antifungals.
I understand the mechanisms by which viruses become resistant to antiviral drugs.
I understand the diagnostic methods used to detect AMR in the clinic.
I know how a diagnosis of AMR alters a patient’s prognosis.
I understand how Public Health Ontario collects information on AMR.
I understand how the government uses public health data to make decisions about AMR.
I understand how clinicians use information about AMR to alter treatment.
I know how the WHO creates guidelines to manage AMR.
I understand how AMR stewardship strategies are created and implemented in a hospital setting.
I understand the challenges of communicating the threat of AMR to the public.
I understand the challenges of communicating the threat of AMR to policy makers.
I understand the challenges of communicating the threat of AMR to physicians and knowledge users.
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