(version française) Researcher educators from George Brown College and McMaster University, with the generous support of SSHRC, have been working on a project that aims to improve the health numeracy in health care professionals and students, and ultimately in general population. In order to do this, we have developed a conceptualization of health numeracy and turned that conceptualization into learning content, which will be presented through an on-line learning through practice tool.

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Research Leads:

Taras Gula: faculty member at George Brown College and the P.I.

Miroslav Lovric: faculty member in the mathematics department at McMaster University and partner.

Official launch photo with Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan – a seasoned researcher.

The research team:

Andrijana Burazin (UofTM),

Ramon Delgado (GBC)

Other contributors: Elisa Romeo (George Brown College), Asia Matthews (Quest University), Divya Lala (Queen’s University), Kailyn Pritchard (Quest University),

George Brown College Students who worked on the project (some photographed below: Anushi Weerasinghe, Najima Yahya, Hong Young Yun, Matthew Pietrangelo, Masooma Zahra, Dang Tran, Carrone-Lee Bruiners, Robyn Frank, Darrell Gonzales, Sultana Jesmin, Maitry Panchal, Mohammad Aqib Paracha, Monica Chow

graphic design: Nicholas Allen,  Sam McGarva, Chris Pandolfi,

project management support: Eva Aboagye (Applied Research Office; George Brown College)

Institutional support: