CDTRP 2024 Research Connect Series

The CDTRP Research Connect series is making a return on January 23, 2024, and will take place every other Tuesday at 3 pm ET. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for this engaging series!

This series streamlines the subset of Theme, Hub, and Working Group meetings that aimed to share and discuss the latest research findings across the network and our Webinar series, which featured national and international speakers. Theme, Hub, and Working Group meetings aimed at developing new initiatives, projects, or grants will be scheduled separately, approximately three times per year per group. Our goal is to make it easy for our members to know about and attend high quality presentations across all Themes and topics of interest. We are aiming for active discussions including researchers, trainees, and patient, family, and donor partners, engaging the whole community as if we were having a family dinner rather than listening to a formal presentation.

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Dr. Suze Berkhout – Stories as Method: Exploring Complexities in Liver Transplant through Digital Storytelling

On January 23, 2024 we were pleased to have Dr. Suze Berkhout, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and an affiliate of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology at the University of Toronto, to present on the topic: “Stories as Method: Exploring Complexities in Liver Transplant through Digital Storytelling” as part of the CDTRP Theme 1 – Improve a Culture of Donation.

About Dr. Suze Berkhout

Suze Berkhout is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and an affiliate of the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology at the University of Toronto. She is an early career clinician-investigator and practicing psychiatrist. Her program of research in feminist Science and Technology Studies (STS) utilizes ethnographic, narrative and arts-based methods to explore social and cultural issues impacting access and navigation through health care systems. She loves coffee and thinking about how to complicate the narratives we share with each other in medicine.