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Brydges Madison, PhD Graduate Student

Madison Brydges

PhD Graduate Student

Graduate Students
Department of Health Aging & Society

Biography

  • Supervisor:  Dr. Jim Dunn
  • Research Interests:  sociology of professions; sociology of work; paramedics; health care policy

Education

  • PhD (Candidate), Health Studies, McMaster University
  • Master of Arts, Health & Aging, McMaster University (2015)
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours), Biology Specialist, University of Toronto (2013)
  • Paramedic Program, Centennial College (2012)

Teaching

TA Experience:

January-April 2016

Teaching Assistant, McMaster University

Supervisor:  Dr. Michel Grignon

HLTH AGE 2F03:  Aging and Health Care Systems

 

September-December 2015

Teaching Assistant, McMaster University

Supervisor:  Dr. Yvonne LeBlanc

HLTH AGE 2D03:  Continuum of Care

 

January-April 2014

Teaching Assistant, McMaster University

Supervisor:  Dr. Elena Neiterman

HLTH AGE 2F03:  Aging and Health Care Systems

 

September-December 2013

Teaching Assistant, McMaster University

Supervisor:  Prof. Geraldine Voros

HLTH AGE 2B03:  Social Identity, Health & Illness

Research

Brydges, M., Denton, M., & Agarwal, G. (2016). The CHAP-EMS health promotion program: a qualitative study on participants’ views of the role of paramedics. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1), 435.

Brydges, M., Birze, A., Spearen, C. & Tavares, W. (2014). “A culture in transition: paramedic experiences with community referral programs”. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17(6), 631-638.