The Pierre Pluye International Mixed Methods Thesis Awards in Family Medicine Education
The McGill Family Medicine Education Research Group (FMER) is proud to announce the sponsorship of ‘The Pierre Pluye International Mixed Methods Thesis Awards in Family Medicine Education’ to celebrate the original and influential contribution of Dr. Pierre Pluye, founding member of the FMER, to the advancement of mixed methods research and mixed studies reviews in general, and of the family medicine education field of inquiry in particular. These awards are aimed to distinguish the work of promising new researchers committed to the advancement of science in family medicine education research around the world. As of the academic year 2021-2022, two academic awards – one for the best MSc thesis, and one for the best PhD thesis– will therefore be granted by an Award FMER Evaluation Committee chaired by Dr. Pluye. The committee will include at least two other FMER researchers, and two FMER-affiliated graduate students (one MSc student and one PhD student or candidate).