• Neil Andersson, MD PhD Quick View
    • Neil Andersson, MD PhD Quick View
    • Neil Andersson, MD PhD

    • At present Neil Andersson’s main focus is on method development for large scale participatory approaches that address different health issues under social distancing conditions. He is particularly concerned about reproducible techniques to build stakeholder voices into systematic reviews, research conceptualization and co-design, intervention development, implementation and analysis. Dr. Andersson’s special interest is in community-led randomized prevention trials of gender violence,…
  • Anne Cockcroft, MD Quick View
    • Anne Cockcroft, MD Quick View
    • Anne Cockcroft, MD

    • I work with communities and other stakeholders to design, implement and evaluate interventions to address priority health problems in low- and middle-income countries. Recent topics include maternal and child health, gender violence, and HIV. Other resources:  https://mcgill.ca/familymed/anne-cockcroft Select a category to see other PRAM members or select a tag to see the projects associated with this member.
  • Ann C. Macaulay, MD Quick View
    • Ann C. Macaulay, MD Quick View
    • Ann C. Macaulay, MD

    • Ann Macaulay’s interest is in using the principles of participatory research for both community and patient research engagement, where researchers work in partnerships with those affected by issues being studied to create and translate relevant knowledge for action or change. Her 30 year experience includes contributing to the academic understanding and capacity building of this research approach, leading systematic reviews…
  • Alex McComber, PhD (hc) Quick View
    • Alex McComber, PhD (hc) Quick View
    • Alex McComber, PhD (hc)

    • Alex has been involved with the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project, long-standing CBPR project since 1994 which has been associated with PRAM. His research and academic interests include diabetes prevention, Indigenous health promotion, community mobilization, mentorship, personal empowerment and Indigenous research methodologies. Other resources:  https://www.mcgill.ca/familymed/alex-m-mccomber Select a category to see other PRAM members or select a tag to see the projects…
  • Richard Budgell Quick View
    • Richard Budgell Quick View
    • Richard Budgell

    • Richard is an Associate Professor in McGill Family Medicine and is of Labrador Inuit origin. From 2014 to 2020 he was the Quebec Regional Executive Director of the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Indigenous Services Canada. He brings unique expertise on bridging relationships between communities and federal health supports. His interest is to amplify indigenous voices to inform…
  • Loubna Belaid, PhD Quick View
    • Loubna Belaid, PhD Quick View
    • Loubna Belaid, PhD

    • Loubna is a Research Associate in CIET. She is an anthropologist by training and holds a PhD in Public Health. Loubna recently completed a post-doctoral fellow in PRAM group. Her research focuses on assessing feasibility, acceptability, implementation, and impact of community-led interventions to improve the maternal and child health. Other resources: https://enap.ca/enap/fr/EnseignantUniversite.aspx?sortcode=1.2.11.17.21.22&view=expertise&indid=121935 Select a category to see other PRAM members or…
  • Iván Sarmiento, PhD Quick View
    • Iván Sarmiento, PhD Quick View
    • Iván Sarmiento, PhD

    • Colombian researcher with extensive experience working with indigenous communities. His doctoral research examined the impact of traditional midwives and intercultural brokers on maternal health outcomes in indigenous communities of Guerrero in southern Mexico. Other resources:  https://uniweb.mcgill.ca/members/5354/profile https://scienti.minciencias.gov.co/cvlac/visualizador/generarCurriculoCv.do?cod_rh=0001016156 Select a category to see other PRAM members or select a tag to see the projects associated with this member.
  • Anna Dion, PhD Quick View
    • Anna Dion, PhD Quick View
    • Anna Dion, PhD

    • Anna is currently finishing her doctoral degree in Family Medicine and Primary Care at McGill University, supported by a Trudeau scholarship, a CIHR-funded Health Systems Impact Fellowship and CIETcanada. Her doctoral research focuses on broadening what counts as evidence and expertise in the context of perinatal care of marginalized women in Canada. Select a category to see other PRAM members or…
  • Juan Pablo Pimentel, MD PhD Quick View
    • Juan Pablo Pimentel, MD PhD Quick View
    • Juan Pablo Pimentel, MD PhD

    • Juan Pimentel is a primary care physician-scientist holding an MSc in Epidemiology and a PhD in Family Medicine and Primary Care. As an associate professor of Family Medicine at La Sabana University (Colombia), he combines research, education, and clinical practice to foster cultural safety in health care and medical education. Other resources: Department of Family Medicine News, McGill University. 2021. Meet recent…
  • Shaun Cleaver, PhD Quick View
    • Shaun Cleaver, PhD Quick View
    • Shaun Cleaver, PhD

    • Shaun Cleaver is affiliated with the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill University. His research focuses on the well-being of persons with disabilities and the ways that this is affected by public policy and community mobilization. Since 2012, Shaun’s research has primarily been conducted in partnership with disabled persons’ organizations in Zambia. Other resources: https://disabilitykwabulozi.wordpress.com Select a category to…
  • Hilah Silver, PhD (c) Quick View
    • Hilah Silver, PhD (c) Quick View
    • Hilah Silver, PhD (c)

    • Our project aims to support family-centered care for Nunavimmiut families transferred to Montreal for childbirth. Using participatory methods we will engage families and their care providers in designing and implementing pilot interventions to support culturally-safe childbirth. Other resources: https://www.mcgill.ca/indigenous-maternal-infant-lab/people-0/trainees Select a category to see other PRAM members or select a tag to see the projects associated with this member.
  • Katherine Wingert Pizarro, PhD (c) Quick View
    • Katherine Wingert Pizarro, PhD (c) Quick View
    • Katherine Wingert Pizarro, PhD (c)

    • Katherine is a PhD candidate in the Division of Social & Transcultural Psychiatry at McGill. Her doctoral research evaluates a participatory intervention to promote psychosocial wellbeing in indigenous communities in Guatemala. Other Resources: https://buena-semilla.org/katherine-pizarro/ Select a category to see other PRAM members or select a tag to see the projects associated with this member.