Category Archives: development

Research Ethics: Why You Need It

June 29, 2017 — This is the third of three presentations I gave to the attendees of a summer institute on social justice, hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology in Ahmedabad, India. Slides can be downloaded here.

 

Measuring Poverty

June 27, 2017 — This is the audio of a presentation I gave to doctoral and post-doctoral students attending a special summer workshop on social justice, hosted at the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar in Ahmedabad, India. ┬áThe air-conditioning in the room was rather loud, so I do apologize for the audio quality of the recording. The slides from my presentation are available here.

Arrival in Ahmedabad… Again

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about my travels. Perhaps it’s time to start again?

I’ve just completed a whirlwind tour of England’s north, a bit of Switzerland, and Venice, Italy. With a 24-hour turnaround, I’m now back in India, where I am once more participating in the summer institute of the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar campus, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. You may recall (but probably won’t) that I was one of the instructors in 2015, as well. Continue reading Arrival in Ahmedabad… Again

Psychotherapy for HIV/AIDS Patients in Uganda

This episode of the Deonandia podcast was produced by three students from my undergraduate international health class in October of 2015. ┬áMichelle Brazeau, Jessica Colbourne and Fallon Melville analyze a study titled, “Group support psychotherapy for depression treatment in people with HIV/AIDS in northern Uganda: a single-centre randomised controlled trial.”