• 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 Choose a category to view other PRAM members, or select a tag to explore 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…