Short CV

Education & Post-Doctoral Training

2011-2013 Post-Doctoral Fellow
Centre for Education Research & Innovation, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
The University of Western Ontario (Western), London ON
Supervisor: Dr. Lorelei Lingard 

CIHR-STIHR Post-Doctoral Fellow in Health Care, Technology, and Place (HCTP)
Institute of Health Policy, Management, & Evaluation, University of Toronto, Toronto ON
HCTP Adjunct Mentor: Dr. Catherine Schryer, Ryerson University
2007-2011 Doctor of Philosophy
Health Professional Education Field
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, Western
Supervisors: Dr. Doreen Bartlett and Dr. S. Deb Lucy
Advisors: Dr. E. Anne Kinsella and Dr. Richard Seewald
2004-2006 Master of Science, Audiology
School of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Faculty of Health Sciences, Western
Supervisor: Dr. Susan Scollie
2000-2004 Bachelor of Arts
Honors Perception & Communication Science, Scholar's Electives Program
Faculty of Social Science, Western
Supervisors: Dr. Donald G. Jamieson and Dr. Marc Joanisse

Professional Experience (partial list)

  • Clinical Audiologist, London Hearing Centre, 2011-2013 
  • Coordinator, Health Professional Education Seminar Series, Western 2012-2013
  • Course Instructor, Master of Health Professional Education UBC-Western-Maastricht University, 2012-2013
  • Course Instructor, School of Communciation Sciences & Disorders, Western, 2010-2012
  • Educational Audiologist, Thames Valley District School Board, 2006-2011

Publications (partial list)

Refereed Papers
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Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
  • Ng, S. (2017). Disclosing a Critical Incident: Inspiring Reflective Practice. In Peterkin & Brett-MacLean (Ed.), Keeping Reflection Fresh.
  • Ng, S., Lingard, L., Kennedy, T. (2013). Qualitative research in medical education: Methodology and methods. In T. Swanick (Ed.), Understanding Medical Education: Evidence, Theory, and Practice, West-Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Kinsella, E. A., Caty, M.E., Ng, S., & Jenkins, K. (2012). Reflective practice for allied health: Theory and practice. In L. English (Ed.), Adult Education and Health, Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Selected Online Resources

Presentations (partial list - last updated 2015)

Upcoming/Recent Invited Talks
  • Ng, S. (2015, Nov). Launching a funded programme of research in clinical education & supervision: Theory, tips…& tricks. ASHA SIG 11 Invited Speaker. Denver, CO: http://submissions.mirasmart.com/ASHA2015/Itinerary/ItinerarySubmissionDetail.aspx?sbmID=706
  • Ng, S. (2015, Oct). Knowledge, Competence? and Expertise: Making sense of challenges and creativity in everyday practice. CAA Annual Conference. Niagara Falls, ON: https://canadianaudiology.ca/what-we-do/annual-conference-and-exhibition/abstracts/#tba  
  • Ng, S. (2014, Nov). Blurring the lines: Learning from practice to inform education. Invited keynote lecture at University of Toronto's Dept. of ObGyn Faculty Development Day, Toronto, ON.
  • Ng, S. (2014, March). Toward a Community of Education Scholarship: Teaching & Learning in Audiology. AudiologyNOW! (American Academy of Audiology Annual Conference) Featured Speaker Sessions, Orlando, FL.
  • Ng, S.(2013, June 25). A tale of two transitions: Methodological challenges in HPE research. The Bayfield Meeting in Health Professions Education Research, Bayfield, ON.
  • Ng, S.(2013, June 14). The state of the science in clinical education. Invited faculty development workshop. The Art and Science of Clinical Teaching: Classroom to Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Ng, S.(2013, June 15). Using reflection in clinical teaching. Invited faculty development workshop. The Art and Science of Clinical Teaching: Classroom to Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Ng, S. (2013, April 6). From Linebackers to Quarterbacks: Improving Audiology Education and Practice. AudiologyNOW! (American Academy of Audiology Annual Conference) Featured Speaker Sessions, Anaheim CA.
  • Ng, S. (2012, Dec 7 and 14). The Real World: The "Actualities" of the School Setting for Children and Practitioners. Oticon Pediatrics Conference: Educational Considerations and FM Use with Special Populations. Somerset, NJ and Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Ng, S. (2012, Oct 6). Uncovering Tacit Knowledge and Ruling Relations: Becoming, Being, and Working as an Audiologist in Today's Complex Systems. Colorado Academy of Audiology Annual Convention, Vail, CO.
Upcoming/Recent Presentations - Abstracts Accepted
  • Ng et al. Creativity and Conflict in Supporting Kids with Hearing Loss: Research on the Clinic-School Interface. Research Podium accepted for presentation at AudiologyNOW! Meeting of the American Academy of Audiology, Anaheim, CA, April 2013.
  • Ng et al. Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Mapping Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, Quebec City, QC, April 2013.
  • Phelan, S. & Ng. Navigating the system: A critical examination of school health practice. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists National Conference, Victoria, BC, May 2013. 
  • A Journey into the Practice of Institutional Ethnography. Rogano Research Academy, Lyon France, August 2012.
  • Ng et al. Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Integrated Care in a Non-Healthcare Setting, Academy of Medical Education of Europe Annual Conference, Lyon France, August 2012.

Awards, Scholarships, & Grants (partial list - last updated 2015)

Year Grant, approx. $ value Topic of Study
2015-2016 SIM-One Continuing Interprofessional Development Program in At-home Care. of Seniors (Co-Principal Applicant), $99 500 Learning in place to support aging in place: A virtual home-based homecare curriculum
2015-2016 American Academy of Audiology New Investigator Award, $10 000 The development of ethical clinician and scientist relationships with industry: A grounded theory study and faculty development initiative
2015-2016 A.P. Gold Foundation Research Grant. (Co-Principal Investigator), $27 500 Exploring the Interface of Evidence-Based Practice and Compassionate Care
2014-2016 AMS Phoenix Foundation, (Co-Principal Investigator), $10 000 + matched funds  Uncovering "Evidence" for Compassionate Care
2014         Continuing Education Research & Development Grant (Co-Principal Investigator), $5000 Evaluation of Sim-One's Flipped Online Research Primer 
2014-2016         Dean's Fund (Co-Principal Investigator), $20 000 Policy, Practice, and Perceptions of Parent-Educator-Clinician-Adolescent "Tetrads" at the Clinic-School Interface
2013-2015        CAA Research Grant for Clinical Investigators (Co-Investigator), $5000 Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Hands & Voices Parent Toolkit
2013-2015 CIHR Open Operating Grant (Co-Principal Investigator), $134 000 Integrated Care & Team Working for Children with Disailities: An Institutional Ethnography of Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2012 Association for Medical Education in Europe Top 10 Poster (out of approx. 800) Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2012 CIHR-IHDCYH ICS Travel Award, $1500 Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2011 Ontario Health Human Resources Research Network Research Planning Grant (Principal Investigator), $15 000 Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2011 Inaugural Award for Outstanding Virtual Poster,
Centre for Education Research & Innovation Annual Research Symposium
Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2011-2013 CIHR-STIHR Fellowship in Health Care, Technology, and Place (HCTP) Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context
2011-2013 Lawson Health Research Institute Internal Research Fund (Co-Principal Investigator), $15 000 Clinicians Beyond Clinic: Health Professional Practice in the Special Education Context

Service (partial list)

  • Current member of the Practice Advisory Committee, College of Audiologists & Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario
  • Current member of the Early Career Medical Educators group
  • Current member of the Educational Audiology Association's Social & Electronic Media Committee

Teaching

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