Availability during normal working hours, Monday to Friday between the hours of 9:00 am to noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Booking must be made in advance to ensure the availability of instructor.
If you require system access or if you have any issues with your login, please place a ticket at https://mycsu.mcmaster.ca and choose "Start a CSU Service Request.
Instructions for using STAR to change passwords - Internet Explorer is being retired in June. Here are the instructions: Microsoft Edge Compatibility for STAR and Internet Explorer in order to use Microsoft Edge in IE compatibility mode.
Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome are all recommended. Firefox and Chrome do not need the IE tab extension added on to view MacFACTS. Safari can also be used on a Mac.
MacFACTS is a web based system and can be affected by choice of browser (eg. Firefox, Chrome, Safari), internet connection, viruses, or malware. If you experience slow performance or crashes, try a different browser, or run an antivirus or malware scanner. You could also try to access MacFACTS from a coworkers computer to see if the same problem occurs. If it does not, then the problem may be with your computer and you may wish to seek professional support. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
MacFACTS is located on a McMaster server. If you are trying to access from a home computer or laptop you will have to use VPN and your MacID first to access the webpage and then use your MacFACTS login in order to log into the database.
Absolutely! They can request a Member Secretary login with permission to access a faculty member's information or you can request one for them.
Only faculty members and department and faculty designated administration assistants can access the information. There are designated specialists in the Computer Services Unit that have access as well for the purpose of training and maintenance of the database.
Some data, such as personal demographics, originates in another database. These sections are indicated by the lock symbol next to the section in MacFACTS. While you can't directly edit the information yourself, you can send a form to the appropriate person with the changes. Simply click on the lock icon to bring up the form request, fill out appropriately and submit your request.
Every department in the FHS has a designated Tenure and Promotion Coordinator to assist with any content related questions. The MacFACTS webpage had included a link to the contact page for the Faculty of Health Sciences Coordinators.
There were two headings in the older STAR interface which were not included in MacFACTS because they are not part of the McMaster guidelines. (Research Training and Other Professional Activities) The information appears on the CV but cannot be added to in MacFACTS. Users are able to log into STAR and delete this information after they have moved it into the correct heading in MacFACTS. Your department can assist you with placement of the information under the correct category.
MURFI is a database used to record details of McMaster held research funding. You can shut these grants off by unchecking the "Show on CV" checkbox. The MURFI database will no longer feed into MacFACTS so all new grants can be added by the user as of 2015.
Only funded grants appear on a CV for McMaster. You may add the information in a form, however the "show on cv" check box will be disabled until you choose "funded" in the drop down box.
These are grants which have not been checked to "show on cv" and allows the user to know which ones are not appearing.
If the data was never correctly put into STAR, it could have an effect on the way it appears in MacFACTS and may have to be edited. (for example: bullets being entered in fields, dates not entered)
Only the programs in the FHS enter all teaching from a list of roles assigned to the program. You can view the teaching in your MacFACTS form and can contact the program directly with any questions or discrepancies. The MacFACTS webpage has contact lists for all of the programs linked under the Contact section.
When you click on the pencil icon next to the entry that requires additional details, you can adjust the members comment with the additional information and save. This comment will appear on your CV.
In addition to your program teaching, you have the ability to add additional teaching manually. There is a form which pops up when you click on the Add New button under Courses Taught or Supervisorships.
Because the programs have to record teaching by academic year (July to June), they have to enter in this time frame. The roles are counted and grouped together with this number and a date range indicating how many times you performed that role within that date range, rather than having the same role appear continuously every year.
|Advanced Neonatal Nursing (Graduate)||Carla Dawson||ext. email@example.com
|Biochemistry||Sarah Cumin||ext. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization (BDC)||Sarah Cumin||ext. email@example.com|
|Biomedical Engineering||Morgan MacDonaldfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|BHSc (Hons)||Sarah Juchniewicz||ext. email@example.com|
|Child Life||Julie Hatton||
|Child Life and Pediatric Psychosocial Care||Julie Hattonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Clinical Behavioural Sciences||Susan Vaughanemail@example.com|
|Clinical Health Sciences, Nursing (Interim)||Carla Dawsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Clinician Investigator||Alison Paquette||N/Aemail@example.com|
|Continuing Education||Latasha Deleo||ext. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Educational Research & Development||Anita Riddell||ext. email@example.com
|e-Health MSc||Sheila Richardson||TBAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Faculty Development||Latasha Deleo||TBAemail@example.com|
|FHS Academic Leadership Program||Linda Bondy||TBAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology (GDCE)||Gabi Watson||ext. email@example.com|
|Graduate Programs in Health Sciences||Sherri Keene
|Health Policy PhD||Sheri Burns||N/Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Health Research Methodology||Abir Abdulla||N/Aemail@example.com|
|Masters in Global Health||Faye Alsisto||N/Afirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Masters of Health Management||Administrator||
|Masters of Public Health||Angie Donato|| ext. 26442
|Masters of Science in Health Science Education||Marija Radomirovic||ext. email@example.com|
|Medical Sciences||Daphne Kilgour|| ext. 27458
|Midwifery||Ossian Maceachern||ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
|MiNDS Neuroscience||Sandra Murphy|| ext. 23009
|Physician's Assistant||Danielle Laffan|| ext. 22872
|Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners||Carla Dawson|| ext. 22099
|Rehabilitation Sciences (OT, PT, RS, SLP)||Laura Childerhose||ext. email@example.com
|Undergraduate Medical||Jennifer Lourencofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Undergraduate Nursing||Christine Gibson|| ext. 22713
|KW Campus||Tami Everding||519-885-5426 x email@example.com
|Family Medicine||Sue Giavedonifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Internal Medicine||Tina Laporte||x email@example.com|
|Medical Selective Subspecialty||Rachelle Dyment||905-522-1155 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Emergency Medicine||Amber Leedham||x email@example.com|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pediatrics||Kim Babin||905-522-1155 ext. email@example.com
|Psychiatry||Claudia Castellanos||905-522-1155 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Surgery||Joanne Winch||905-522-1155 ext. email@example.com
|Anesthesia||Linda Agro||x firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Public Health and Preventative Medicine||Hilary Nolan Haupt||x 22356
|Family Medicine||Laura Cousineauemail@example.com|
|Medicine||Sara Sellers||x 76706
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Psychology Internship||Jennifer McTaggart||x 74260
|Surgery - Thoracics||Emily Hutchinson||x email@example.com
|Surgery - Plastic Surgery||Jennifer Koch||x firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Surgery - ENT
||Carol Dow||x 73964
|Surgery - Urology
||Lauren Douglas||x 33380
|Surgery - Surgical Foundations
||Naomi Downer||x 37322
|Surgery - Neuro
||Elyse Cornell||x email@example.com|
|Surgery - Cardiac/Vascular
||Andrea Howe||x 44453
|Surgery - General Surgery
||Katie Niblock||905-525-9140 ext. 73932
|Surgery - Opthamology
|Surgery - Orthopaedics
|Surgery - Pediatrics||Emily Hutchinsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Niagara Part Time Faculty||Sara Poole||905-378-5717 email@example.com
|K-W Part Time Faculty||Michelle Lamontagne||519-885-5426 x firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the Health Sciences for Faculty Relations page - Academic Coordinators Contacts
McMaster University collects and retains personal and professional information of faculty members using services provided by McMaster University, under the authority of The McMaster University Act, 1976.
This information is used for the academic, administrative, employment-related, financial and statistical purposes of the University. The Faculty of Health Sciences’ curriculum vitae database is used to record faculty members' demographic and address information, academic history (ranks, appointments, affiliations), contributions to teaching, research, clinical and scholarly activities and other fundamental activities related to being an employee of McMaster University, a member of the University community, and a user of services provided by McMaster University, a public post-secondary institution in the Province of Ontario.
The information collected in the database may be used to generate CVs, teaching and clinical dossiers, reports for annual performance reviews and reports to assist in the academic promotion and tenure process. The information you provide will be protected and used in compliance with Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (RSO 1990) and will be disclosed only in accordance with this Act. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information please contact the University Secretary, Gilmour Hall, Room 210, McMaster University.