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Faculty and staff share their research findings through publishing manuscripts and presenting at local, national and international research conferences. A list of recent Publications and Presentations on completed and active research can be viewed by following the links to the left.

 

Faculty Conference Presentations from the 2017-2018 year are listed below:

  1. Adel S, Song B, Purkey E. Overcoming language barriers through the training of health professional students as volunteer interpreters. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  2. Bayoumi I, Coo H, Purkey E, Klassen C, French S, Maier A, Pinto A, Allen M, Flavin M. Implementing a clinical tool to screen for poverty in primary care and pediatric care settings. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Oral]
  3. Bayoumi I, Coo H, Purkey E, Klassen C, French S, Maier A, Pinto A, Allen M, Flavin M. Implementation of the OCFP Poverty Screening Tool in primary care and pediatrics. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Oral]
  4. Bell J, Purkey E. Trans ‘identified individuals’ experiences in primary care. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Poster]
  5. Bell J, Purkey E. Trans ‘identified individuals’ experiences in primary care.  North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  6. Bowthorpe L, Purkey E. Prevalence of food insecurity in prenatal patients at Queen’s Family Health Team. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  7. Bowthorpe, L., Isackson, A., Saeed, H., Shallow, S., Soucie, K., Hall-Barber K. Choosing Wisely: Imaging for low back pain (LBP) -- A quality improvement (QI) initiative at Queen’s Family Health Team (QFHT). Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  8. Casson I, Sullivan B. Implementing the 2018 Canadian Consensus Guidelines for the primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 9, 2017. [Oral]
  9. Casson I, Durbin J, Green L, Lunsky Y. Improving primary care for adults with developmental disabilities: Tips from the front-line. Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities. Toronto, Ontario. November 29, 2017. [Oral]
  10. Dalgarno N, Griffiths J, Han H, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Paper]
  11. Dalgarno N, Howse K, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  12. Donnelly C, Birtwhistle R, Esperanzate P, French S, Green M, Lynch S, Morkem R. The impact of interprofessional primary care teams on diabetes and health care utilization: Linking electronic medical records with administrative data. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  13. French S, Morkem R, Norman K, Miller J, Leverette G, Hill J, Barber D. Improving primary care management of people with complex low back pain: A feasibility study implementing the STarT Back Model of care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  14. Gemmill M, Casson I, Grier E, Martin M, Durbin J, Lunsky Y. Coordinating care for adults with developmental disabilities and complex health (work in progress). Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Poster]
  15. Grady C. Cultivating physician leadership.  How? Where? When? Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership (CCPL). Vancouver, British Columbia. April 28, 2017. [Oral]
  16. Grady C. CanMEDS leader role: An environmental scan. Maudsley Symposium on CBME. Kingston, Ontario. May 30, 2017. [Poster]
  17. Grady C. Demonstrating resilience and leadership through times of change: Tools for physician leaders. Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO). Toronto, Ontario. October 26, 2017. [Poster]
  18. Grady C, Birtwhistle R, Johnston E, Schultz K. Leadership skill development at the post-graduate level. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  19. Grady C, Birtwhistle R, Johnston E, Schultz K. Leadership skill development at the post-graduate level. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  20. Green ME, Belle-Brown J, Stewart M, Johnston E, Martin M, Grady C, Thorpe C, Scime N, Glazier R, Frymire E. Impact of the Health Links Program on the patient experience for patients with complex multi-morbidity in Ontario, Canada. Health Services and Policy Research Conference (HSRAANZ). Queensland, Australia. November 2017. [Poster]
  21. Green M, Johnston E, Grady C, Martin M. Evaluating Health Links: A cross-sectional patient experience survey. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  22. Griffiths J, Dalgarno N, Han H, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  23. Griffiths J, Han H, Dalgarno N, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). Helsinki, Finland. August 26-30, 2017. [Oral]
  24. Hodgetts GP. Afghanistan: Rebuilding a health care system in the midst of war.  MedLife World Health Issues and Global Health. Kingston, Ontario. March 11, 2017. [Oral]
  25. Hodgetts GP. Refugees and forced displacement: Impact on health. Queen’s Global Health Summit. Kingston, Ontario. February 10, 2017. [Oral]
  26. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Johnston E. Resident ice cream rounds to support well-being and prevent burnout: A work in progress. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  27. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). Canadian Conference on Physician Health (CCPH). Ottawa, Ontario. September 7-9, 2017. [Poster]
  28. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, Quebec. April 2018. [Poster]
  29. Lau SY, Phillips SP. Does resilience change the impact of childhood adversity on health in older adults. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  30. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Martin M, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. International Conference on End of Life, Ethics, Policy and Practice (ICEL). Halifax, Nova Scotia. September 12-16, 2017. [Oral]
  31. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Martin M, Zimmerman D, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Oral]
  32. MacDonald S, Dalgarno N, LeBlanc S, Schultz K, Zimmerman D, Johnston E.  Family medicine preceptor and resident perceptions of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID): Integrating MAID curriculum into one medical residency training program. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Oral]
  33. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Schultz K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Oral]
  34. Morkem R, Barber D, Birtwhistle R, Queenan J. Trends in primary care prescribing of antipsychotics to children and adolescents. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  35. Morkem R, Barber D, Montgomery L, Queenan J, Rosser W. Opioid prescribing in Canadian primary care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  36. Morkem R, Barber D, Waddington A. Trends in contraceptive uptake in Canadian primary care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  37. Phillips SP. Professionalism and Professionalization in medical education. Umea University Department of Family Medicine Research Days. Umea, Sweden. August 23, 2017. [Oral]
  38. Phillips SP. Teachers of international medical graduates. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Workshop]
  39. Purkey E, Bartels S, Davison C, MacKenzie M, Beckett T, Soucie K, Korpal D. Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and emergency department usage, as mediated by resilience. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  40. Van Melle E, Dalgarno N, Whitehead C, Phillips SP, Howse K, Cline C, Parsons T, Joneja M. Family medicine residents’ perceptions of patient-centered care: Is it time to make the implicit, explicit? An International Association for Medical Education (AMEE). Helsinki, Finland. August 26-30, 2017. [Poster]
  41. Van Melle E, Dalgarno N, Whitehead C, Phillips S, Howse K, Cline C, Parsons T, Joneja M. Family medicine residents’ perceptions of patient-centered care: Is it time to make the implicit, explicit? International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  42. Wilson R. Person-centred family medicine and oncological care.  International College for Person Centred Medicine. Geneva, Switzerland. April 2017. [Oral]
  43. Wilson R. Family medicine, health promotion, and cancer care.  International College for Person Centred Medicine Geneva, Switzerland. April 2017. [Oral]
  44. Wilson R. Person-centred primary care. International Association of Catholic Bioethicists. Rome, Italy. June 2017. [Oral]
  45. Wilson R. Family medicine: Perspectives from Canada and the world. Bahamas Chapter Caribbean College of Family Physicians. Nassau, Bahamas. May 2017. [Oral]
  46. Wilson R. Health for all?  Family medicine perspectives from Canada and the world.  North American Primary Care Research Network. Montreal, Canada. November 2017. [Oral]
  47. Wolfrom B. Veterans health: Life after service studies.  Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 09, 2017. [Oral]

Faculty publications from the 2017-2018 year are below:

  1. Ahmed T, Vafaei A, Auais M, Phillips SP, Guralnik J, Zunzunegui MV. Health behaviors and chronic conditions mediate the protective effects of masculinity for physical performance in older adults. Journal of Aging and Health. 2017; (e-pub ahead of publication).
  2. Bello A, Ronksley P, Tangri N, Singer A, Grill A, Nitsch D, Queenan JA, Lindeman C, Soos B, Freiheit E, Mangin D, Drummond N.  A national surveillance project on chronic kidney disease management in Canadian primary care: A study protocol. BMJ Open. 2017; 7:e016267.
  3. Birtwhistle R, Bell N, Thombs B, Grad R, Dickinson J. Periodic preventive health visits: A more appropriate approach to delivering preventive services. Canadian Family Physician. 2017; 63(11):824-826.
  4. Birtwhistle R, Green M, Frymire E, Dahrouge S, Whitehead M, Khan S, Greiver M, Glazier RH. Hospital admission rates and emergency department use in relation to glycated hemoglobin in people with diabetes mellitus: A linkage study using electronic medical record and administrative data in Ontario. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 5(3):E557-E564.
  5. Caines J, Ward MA. Identifying elder abuse in the emergency department: Results from a structured physician survey in Canada. Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health. 2017; 4(8):1134.
  6. Casson I, Broda T, Durbin J, Gonzales A, Green L, Grier E, Lunsky Y, Selick A, Sue K. Health checks for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a family practice. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S44-S50.
  7. Coons  MJ, Greiver  M, Aliarzadeh  B, Meaney  C, Moineddin R, Williamson  T, Queenan  JA, Yu  C, White D, Kiran  T, Kane  J. Is glycemic control in Canadians with diabetes individualized? A cross sectional observational study using CPCSSN data. BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. 2017; 5:e000316.
  8. Crowshoe L, Han H, Calam B, Henderson R, Jacklin K, Walker L, Green M. Impacts of educating for equity workshop on addressing social barriers of type 2 diabetes with Indigenous patients. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2018; (e-pub ahead of publication):1-3.
  9. Garies S, Birtwhistle R, Drummond N, Queenan JA, Williamson T. Data resource profile: National electronic medical record data from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN). International Journal of Epidemiology. 2017; 46(4):1091-1092.
  10. Grady C, Hinings CR. Turning the Titanic: Physicians as both leaders and managers in healthcare reform. Leadership in Health Services. 2018; e1-11.
  11. Grady C, Hinings CR. Complexity leadership offers the right fit for physicians. Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership. 2017; 3(4):134-138.
  12. Grady C, Johnston E, Schultz K, Birtwhistle B. Incorporating leadership development into family medicine residency: A qualitative study of program directors in Canada. Association for Medical Education in Europe MedEdPublish. 2018; 7(1):65.
  13. Green L, McNeil K, Korossy M, Boyd K, Grier E, Ketchell M, Loh A, Lunsky Y, McMillan S, Sawyer A, Thakur A,  Bradley E. HELP for behaviours that challenge in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S23-S31.
  14. Green M, Gozdyra P, Frymire E, Glazier RH. Geographic variation in the supply and distribution of comprehensive primary care physicians in Ontario, 2014/15. Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. 2017.
  15. Green M, Harris SB, Webster-Bogaert S, Han H, Kotecha J, Kopp A, Ho MM, Birtwhistle B, Glazier RH. Impact of a provincial quality-improvement program on primary health care in Ontario: A population-based controlled before and after study.  Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 2(5):e281-289.
  16. Grier E, Abells D, Casson I, Gemmill M, Ladouceur J, Lepp A, Niel U, Sacks S, Sue K. Managing complexity in care of patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Natural fit for the family physician as an expert generalist. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S15-S22.
  17. Grierson LEM, Mercuri M, Brailovsky C, Cole G, Abrahams C, Archibald D, Bandiera G, Phillips SP, Stirrett G, Walton JM, Wong E, Schabort I. Admission factors associated with international medical graduate certification success: A collaborative retrospective review of postgraduate medical education programs in Ontario. Canadian Medical Association Journal Open. 2017; 5(4):E785-E790.
  18. Hacking P, Phillips SP. Residents teaching medical students: Creating a learner network. Medical Education. 2018; 52:563.
  19. Hayward MN, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Bailie R, Chirila A, Dyck R, Green ME, Hanley A, Tompkins J, Harris S, FORGE AHEAD Program Team. The FORGE AHEAD Clinical Readiness Consultation Tool: A validated tool to assess clinical readiness for chronic disease care mobilization in Canada’s First Nations. BioMed Central Health Services Research. 2017; 17(1):233.
  20. Howse K, Harris J, Dalgarno N. Canadian national guidelines and recommendations for integrating career advising into medical school curricula. Academic Medicine. 2017; 92(11):1543-1548.
  21. McNeil K, Gemmill M, Abells D, Sacks S, Broda T, Morris CR, Forster-Gibson C. Circles of care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Communication, collaboration, and coordination. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S51-S56.
  22. Miller J, Barber D, Donnelly C, French S, Green ME, Hill J, MacDermid J, Marsh J, Norman K, Richardson J, Taljaard M, Wideman T, Cooper L, McPhee C. Determining the impact of a new physiotherapist-led primary care model for back pain: Protocol for a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2017; 18(1):526.
  23. Morkem R, Patten S, Queenan J, Barber D. Recent trends in the prescribing of ADHD medications in Canadian primary care. Journal of Attention Disorders. 2017: 1-8.
  24. Morkem R, Williamson T, Patten S, Queenan JA, Wong ST, Manca D, Barber D. Trends in antidepressant prescribing to children and adolescents in Canadian primary care: A time-series analysis. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 2017; e-version.
  25. Purkey E, Patel R, Beckett T, Mathieu F. Primary care experiences of women with a history of childhood trauma and chronic disease: Trauma-informed care approach.  Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(3):204-211.
  26. Purkey E, Patel R, Phillips S. Trauma-informed care. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(3):170-172.
  27. Queenan JA, Farahani P, Ehsani-Moghadam B, Birtwhistle R. The prevalence and risk for herpes zoster infection in adult patients with diabetes mellitus in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. Canadian Journal of Diabetes. November 2017; (e-pub ahead of publication):1-5.
  28. Queenan JA, Gottlieb BH, Feldman-Stewart D, Hall SF, Irish J, Groome PA. Symptom appraisal, help seeking, and lay consultancy for symptoms of head and neck cancer.  Psycho-Oncology. 2018; 27(1):286-294.
  29. Reichert SM, Harris SB, Tompkins JW, Belle-Brown J, Fournie M, Green M, Han H, Kotecha J, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Roberts S, Russell G, Stewart M, Thind A, Webster-Bogaert S, Birtwhistle R. Impact of a primary healthcare quality improvement program on diabetes in Canada: Evaluation of the Quality Improvement and Innovation Partnership (QIIP). BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. 2017; 5:e000392.
  30. Sambi R, Sawula H, Wolfrom B, Newbigging J. Pilot project: Does formal bedside training of medical students with a FAST exam increase their knowledge and comfort level with ultrasound use in a community family medicine practice setting? The Journal of Point of Care Ultrasound. 2017; 2(2):15-17.
  31. Smith G, Ouellette-Kuntz H, Green M. Comprehensive preventive care assessments for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Part 1: How do we know if it is happening? Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S57-S62.
  32. Stewart JM, Auais M, Bélanger E, Phillips SP. Comparison of self-rated and objective successful ageing in an international cohort. Ageing and Society. 2018; 1-18.
  33. Sullivan WF, Diepstra H, Heng J, Ally S, Bradley E, Casson I, Hennen B, Kelly M, Korossy M, McNeil K, Abells D, Amaria K, Boyd K, Gemmill M, Grier E, Kennie-Kaulbach N, Ketchell M, Ladouceur J, Lepp A, Lunsky Y, McMillan S, Niel U, Sacks S, Shea S, Stringer K, Sue K, Witherbee S. Primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: 2018 Canadian consensus guidelines. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(4):254-279.
  34. Sullivan WF, Heng J, Salvador-Carulla L, Lukersmith S, Casson I. Approaches to primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Importance of frameworks for guidelines. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S5-S7.
  35. Vakil C. Radiation and medical procedures. Canadian Family Physician. 2017; 63(10):774-775.
  36. Ward MA. New options for the extended treatment of venous thromboembolic disease in primary care: Risk stratification and direct oral anticoagulants. Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health. 2018; 5(1):1139.
  37. Wilson R, Bordman Z. What to do about the Canadian Resident Matching Service. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 189:E143-147.
  38. Xie E, Gemmill M. Exploring the prenatal experience of women with intellectual and developmental disabilities: In a southeastern Ontario family health team. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S70-S75.
  39. Zalihic A, Hodgetts G, Mabic M, Markotic V, Vinkovic LD. Is the experience of workplace violence the same for general versus hospital medicine? E-Cronicon Psychology and Psychiatry. 2017; 4.2:42-50.

2015 Presentations

Barber D, Morkem R, Queenan J, Zeltser F. Using trends in HbA1c test results to predict diabetes onset. To be presented at NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Barber D, Morkem R, Queenan J, Janssen I, Kotecha J, Zeltser F. The Role of antibiotic administration on childhood weight. To be presented at NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015 [Oral]

Birtwhistle R, Glazier R, Green M, Dahrouge S, Martin K, Barber D, Terry A, Greiver M, Frymire E. Lessons learned in linking an EMR with health administration data: The case of ICES and CPCSSN. To be presented at the 2015 NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Birtwhistle R, Green M, Dahrouge S, Frymire E, Terry A, Barber D, Greiver M, Glazier R. Linking electronic medical records with administrative data: Diabetic control and hospital and emergency room utilization. To be presented at the 2015 NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Birtwhistle R, Green ME, Glazier RH, Dahrouge S, Greiver M, Barber D, Martin K, Terry A, Chiarella L, Frymire E. Lessons Learned in Linking an EMR With Health Administration Data: The Case of ICES and CPCSSN. North American Primary Care Research Group(NAPCRG) Annual meeting, Can Cun, October 23-27, 2015; [Poster]

Birtwhistle R, Green ME, Glazier RH, Dahrouge S, Greiver M, Barber D, Martin K, Terry A, Frymire E. Linking Electronic Medical Records With Administrative Data: Diabetic Control and Hospital and Emergency Room Utilization. North American Primary Care Research Group(NAPCRG) Annual meeting, Can Cun, October 23-27, 2015. [Poster]

Birtwhistle R, Green ME, Glazier RH, Dahrouge S, Greiver M, Barber D, Martin K, Terry A, Frymire E. Linking Electronic Medical Records with Administrative Data: Diabetic Control and Hospital and Emergency Room Utilization. Trillium Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario. June, 2015. [Poster]

Birtwhistle R, Green ME, Williamson T, Dahrouge S, Glazier RH. Linking primary care electronic health records with administrative data: Diabetes control and hospitalization and emergency room utilization. European Union for Primary Care (EFPC) Annual conference. Barcelona, Spain, September 1-2, 2014. [Oral presentation]

Birtwhistle R, Williamson, T, Green ME, Greiver M, Glazier RH. Linking electronic medical records (EMR) with administrative data: The experience of the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. Society of Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Edinburgh, Scotland, July 9-11, 2014. [Oral presentation].

Brown G, Laughlin B, Blaney B, Smythe J, Zeltser F. Assessing the impact of incorporating self-compassion training into cognitive-behavioral therapy groups for adolescents with anxiety disorders. To be presented at the 2015 NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Casson I., Gemmill M., Grier E., Green L. Using EMR tools to improve the primary care of adults with developmental disabilities. To be presented at FMF 2015. Toronto Ontario. November 11th -14th, 2015. [Oral]

Dahrouge S., Rolfe D., Muldoon L., Kotecha J., Birtwhistle R., Barber D., Dolovich L., Liddy C., Kaczorowski J. Using automated, regularly extracted electronic medical record (EMR) data for intervention research. To be presented at Family Medicine Forum. Toronto, Ontario. November 11th -14th, 2015.

Dahrouge S, Muldoon L, Heale R, Green M, Tranmer J, Howard M, Mark A, Taljaard M, Brown J, Johnston S, Agarwal G.Creating meaningful composite scores for primary care. NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Oral]

Dahrouge S, Rolfe D, Muldoon L, Kaczorowski J, Dolovich L, Liddy C, Kotecha J, Barber D. Optimizing the reach of population-based cardiovascular awareness interventions. NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico, October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Donnelly C, Boudreau ML, Garand I, Mitchell B, Letts L. Falls screening in primary care: The missing link. NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Donnelly C, Watson S, Brander R, O?Riordan A, Murphy S, Chapman C. Compassionate collaborative primary care. NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Gemmill M, Grier E, Bobbette N, Martin M, Casson I. Family physician and allied health provider attitudes and perceptions of the identification of adults with suspected mild intellectual disability. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Gozdyra P, Glazier R, Dahrouge S, Green M, Frymire E, Muldoon L, Tranmer J. Geographic availability, proximity and accessibility to primary care (PC) doctors - review and application of methods. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Workshop]

Han H, Martin M, Van-Melle E, Schultz K, Griffiths J, Hodgetts G. From family medicine residency to independent practice: How are transitions experienced? To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Kotecha J, Lévesque L, Martin M, Viaznikova T. Patient perspectives of the importance of physical activity counselling in primary care settings. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Kotecha J, Martin M, Han H, MacLaren S, Christie E, Green M, Birtwhistle R. Cost to provide allied healthcare to patients in a rural Hospital-at-Home demonstration program in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Poster presentation at North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Conference; 2015 October 24-28; Cancun, Mexico.

Leung L. Red and Itchy: How to approach and manage common skin conditions and avoid pitfalls. To be presented at Family Medicine Forum. Toronto, Ontario. November 11th ? 14th, 2015.

Leung L. Fire over ice: In the face of recalcitrant non-genital warts. To be presented at Family Medicine Forum. Toronto, Ontario. November 11th -14th, 2015.

Leung L. Odd and scary: How to approach and manage unusual skin conditions and avoid pitfalls. To be presented at Family Medicine Forum. Toronto, Ontario. November 11th -14th, 2015.

Martin M, Kotecha J, Han H, MacLaren S, Christie E, Green M, Birtwhistle R. Cost to provide allied healthcare to patients in a rural Hospital-at-Home demonstration program in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Morkem R, Barber D, Williamson T, Patten S. Antidepressant prescribing to children and adolescence in Canadian primary care. To be presented at NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015.

Morkem R, Barber D, Queenan J, Janssen I, Kotecha J, Zeltser F. The role of antibiotic administration on childhood weight. To be presented at NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015.

Phillips S. Death of a parent in childhood and health in old age. To be presented at AMEE 2015, Glasgow, UK. September 5th-9th, 2015.

Purkey E, Patel R, Beckett T, Mathieu F. Trauma-Informed Care: Why it matters for you and your patients. To be presented at Family Medicine Forum 2015. Toronto, Ontario. November 11th -14th, 2015. [Oral].

Shultz K., Griffiths J. Transforming your program to be competency-based: An interactive workshop to explore strategies and solutions. To be presented at AMEE 2015, Glasgow, UK. September 5th-9th, 2015.

Vance, L. and Howse, K. Personal Healthcare Practices in Residency: A Cross-Sectional Survey.To be presented at the annual Family Medicine Forum, Toronto, Ontario. November 11-14th, 2015 [Poster].

Wolfrom B, Hodgetts G, Martin M, Han H, Kotecha J. Satisfaction of military family medicine practitioners with family medicine residency training. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

Wolfrom B, Pollock E, MacPherson D, Sauerbrei E, Kotecha J. Introducing diagnostic ultrasound in an academic family health team. To be presented at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting. Cancun, Mexico. October 24th-28th, 2015. [Poster]

 

2014 Presentations

Biro S, Barber D, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R, Keshavjee K, MOrkem R. Population Management: The Convergence of Primary Care and Public Health. Prevent More to Treat Less - Public Health and Primary Health Care Together. Workshop. Toronto ON. June 2014.  

Birtwhistle R, Drummond N, Garies S, Williamson T. Bringing Primary Care and Public Health Together: How CPCSSN is closing the gap. CPHA 2014 Annual Conference. Toronto ON. May 2014.  

Hoptkins J, Pellizari R, Birken C, Birtwhistle R, Sandersn R, Teitelbaum M, Tu K, Dhalla I, Kerr J. What Gets Counted Counts: Leveraging Primary Care data to Enhance Ontario's Data and Surveillance Systems for Child Health. Prevent More to Treat Less - Public Health and Primary Health Care Together. Workshop. Toronto ON. June 2014.  

J. Kotecha, MPA CChem MRSC Dr. E. Christie, BSc LLB MD S. MacLaren, MES H. Han, PhD M. Martin, MSc. Patient and Caregiver Satisfaction and Confidence in Care Provided by a Rural Hospital at Home Pilot Project. 2014 Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day. May 28, 2014 Toronto ON.  

M.E. Green, L. Crowshoe, K. Jacklin, B. Calam, L. Walker, H. Han, J. Kotecha. Evaluation of Educating for Equity (E4E) Intervention: How Health Professional Education Can Reduce Disparities in Diabetes Care and Improve Outcomes for Indigenous Populations. CCME 2014 (Canadian Conference on Medical Education). April 28, 2014. Ottawa ON.  

Richard Birtwhistle, MD, MSc, FCFP. Preventive Screening Guidelines for Cancer: view from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. ACP Internal Medicine 2014 Session. April 11, 2014. Orlando, Fl. USA.  

Green ME, Crowshoe L, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker L, Han H, Kotecha J. Evaluation of Educating for Equity intervention: how health professional education can reduce disparities in diabetes care and improve outcomes for indigenous population. Poster presentation at: Canadian Conference for Medical Education; 2014 Apr 28; Ottawa, Ontario.  

Kotecha J, Martin M, Han H. Patient and caregiver satisfaction and confidence in care provided by a rural Hospital at Home pilot project. Poster presentation at: 2014 Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day; 2014 May 28; Toronto, Ontario.  

Natarajan N, Martin K, Kotecha J, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R. Prevalence, comorbidity and management of chronic diseases from primary care EMR data. Oral presentation at: 2014 Primary Health Care Research Conference; 2014 Jul 23-25; Canberra, Australia.  

Martin K, Kotecha J, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R. The art of the possible using CPCSSN data for pharmacovigilance. Oral Presentation at: 2014 Primary Health Care Research Conference; 2014 Jul 23-25; Canberra, Australia.  

Kotecha J, Brown JB, Han H, Harris SB, Green M, Russell G, Roberts S, Webster-Bogaert S, Fournie M, Thind A, Reichert SM, Birtwhistle R. Does participation in a Quality Improvement (QI) program improve primary healthcare team (PHC) functioning? A qualitative study. Oral presentation at: Society of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Assembly; Jul 9-11; Edinburgh, UK.  

Morkem R, Barber B, Williamson T, Patten S. The pharmacoepidemiology of antidepressant prescribing in Canada. Oral Presentation at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; 2014 May 26-29; Toronto, Ontario.  

Barber D, Morkem R. CPCSSN: How Canada is leveraging anonymous EMR data for national surveillance and research. Oral presentation at: Society of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Assembly; 2014 July 9-11th 2014; Edinburgh, UK.  

Morkem R, Williamson T, Queenan JA, Kotecha J, Lambert-Lanning A, Natarajan N. Using data within an EMR for practice improvement: results from a national survey of CPCSSN participants. Poster presented at: 2014 NAPCRG Practice Based Research Network Conference; 2014 Jun 30; Washington DC, USA.  

Howard M, Elmslie T, Armson H, Kotecha K, Allen T. What do family physicians audit in practice? Protocol to study audit exercises in a college program. Poster on research in progress at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Hand C, McColl MA, Birtwhistle R, Hall Barber K, Kotecha J, Batchelor D. Social isolation in older adult frequent users of primary care services. Oral presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25, New York, USA.  

Kotecha J, Martin M, Green M, Birtwhistle R, Han H. Patient and caregiver satisfaction and confidence in care provided by a rural Hospital at Home pilot project. Oral presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Griffiths J, Van Melle E, Han H, Grier L, Casson I. Using resident reflections to evaluate an innovative competence based learning. Poster presentation at: International Conference on Residency Education; 2014 Oct 23-25; Toronto, Ontario.  

Moeinedin M, Leggett J, Harrison C, Lambert-Lanning A, Martin K, Jackson D, Aliarzadeh B, Greiver M. Implementation of the data presentation tool in a primary care organization for reporting on quality: descriptive aspects of a mixed methods study. Presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Birtwhistle R, Williamson T, Queenan J. Using CPCSSN for primary care research: do multiple projects lead to multiple successes? Poster presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Martin K, Keshavjee K, Barber D, Kotecha J, Kinsella L, Birtwhistle R. Assessing the feasibility of using the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) for clinical analytics. Poster presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Lambert-Lanning A, Natarajan N, Khan S, Sabri S, Garies S, Varatharasan N. Analyzing CPCSSN Data: a hands-on skills development workshop. Workshop at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Queenan J, Martin K et al. Pharmacovigilance in Canada: Evaluating the value of CPCSSN for adverse event reporting. Presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.

 

2013 Presentations

Barber D, Morkem, R. A Pilot Study to Develop Processes for using the CPCSSN to Build a Health Weight Surveillance System. June 19, 2013. Toronto, ON.

Green M, Williamson T, Khan S, Birtwhistle RV, Wong S, Natarajan N, Manca D, Drummond N. Validating the CPCSSN Algorithms for Eight Chronic Diseases. Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day 2013, Toronto, ON.

Green M, Williamson T, Khan S, Birtwhistle RV, Wong S, Natarajan N, Manca D, Drummond N. Validating the CPCSSN Algorithms for Eight Chronic Diseases. 2013 Annual CAHSPR Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Williamson T, Birtwhistle RV. CPCSSN: An Architecture for Chronic Disease Surveillance in Canada. e-Health 2013: Accelerating Change, Ottawa, ON.

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Williamson T, Birtwhistle RV. Using CPCSSN Data for Primary Care Research: The Art of the Possible. NAPCRG PBRN Conference 2013, Bethesda, MD.

Keshavjee K, Truant R, Jackson D, Martin K, Williamson T. Modernizing the Electronic Medical Record Infrastructure In Canada. e-Health 2013: Accelerating Change, Ottawa, ON.

Kotecha J and Han H. Does participation in a Quality Improvement (QI) program improve primary healthcare team(PHC) functioning? A qualitative study. Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day 2013, Toronto, ON.

Morkem R, Barber D, Biro S, Moore K, Williamson T, Jaansen I, Belanger P, Birtwhistle RV, Kotecha J, Khan S, Mosely B, Kinsella L. Healthy Weight Surveillance Pilot Project. Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day 2013, Toronto, ON.

Natarajan N, Van Aarsen K, Varatharasan N, Sabri S, Putnam W, Williamson T. Validating the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) Case Detection Algorithm for Hypertension using Nova Scotia Electronic Medical Record Data. CSEB Biennial Conference, St. John?s, NL.

Natarajan N, Van Aarsen K, Varatharasan N, Sabri S, Putnam W, Williamson T. Validating the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) Case Detection Algorithm for Hypertension using Nova Scotia Electronic Medical Record Data. 2013 Annual CAHSPR Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Rigobon A, Birtwhistle R, Biro S, Barber D, Morkem R, Roberts K, Williamson T. Can CPCSSN Data be used to Measure Adult Obesity in Canada? NAPCRG PBRN Conference 2013, Bethesda, MD.

Williamson T, Affleck E, Birtwhistle R, Drummond N, Jayaraman G, Rigobon A. A Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) Workshop: Using Electronic Medical Record Data for Public Health Purposes. CPHA 2013 Annual Conference, Ottawa, ON.

Williamson T, Belanger P, Moore K, Birtwhistle R. Using Geographical Measures of Socioeconomic Status to Assess CPCSSN?s Representativeness: A Pilot Study. NAPCRG PBRN Conference 2013, Bethesda, MD.

Williamson T, Eliasziw M, Fick G. Log-Binomial Models: Concavity and Estimation. Statistical Society of Canada Annual Conference, Edmonton, AB.

Williamson T, Eliasziw M, Fick G. Failed Convergence with Log-Binomial Models. CSEB Biennial Conference, St. John?s, NL.

Williamson T, Khan S, Green M, Birtwhistle RV, Wong S, Natarajan N, Manca D, Drummond N. Validating the CPCSSN Algorithms for Eight Chronic Diseases. CSEB Biennial Conference, St. John?s, NL.

 

2012 Presentations

Abelsohn A, Vakil C.  Climate change and Health: Should we care? Can we make a difference? Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Aghoram R, Jackson D, Molnar F, Postuma RB, Jette N, Birtwhistle R, Williamson T, Lambert-Lanning A, Grava-Gubbins I. Optimizing case identification in electronic medical records database. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Ang J, Leung L. Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicines amongst patients in Kingston, Ontario. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Barber D, Hall Barber K, Martin D, Biro S . Taming your EMR Data:  Strategies to get your group practice to be consistent and uniform in data entry and utilization. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Barber D, Biro S, Kotecha J, Kinsella L.  Leveraging CPCSSN data to guide EMR Data Discipline: How to improve your EMR. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Biro S, Barber D, Kotecha J, Hall Barber K, Williamson T, Kinsella L . Introduction of an Integrated Intake Tool to Improve Smoking Status Risk Factor Fields in The Regional Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Birtwhistle R, Jaramillo A, Shaw E, Bell N, Lindsay P, Connor-Gorber S, Jaramillo A, Melnikow J, Ebell M, Campos-Outcalt D, Kelly M.  Preventative guidelines for Primary Care clinical practice: Getting the message out and measuring impact. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Birtwhistle R, Bell N . Interpreting the CTFPHC Breast Cancer Screening Guideline. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Birtwhistle R . Practice Based Research:  methodological issues for using routinely collected EMR data. Research Rounds, Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto, September 20 2012.

Birtwhistle R, Williamson T, Lambert Lanning A . PBRNs playing together: Lessons learned from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN). PBRN, June 21-22.  Bethesda, Maryland.

Calam B, Crowshoe L, Green ME, Jacklin K, Walker L, Laflamme E, Parker J, Ly A, Liinamaa T.   Sequential focus groups for qualitative data collection with indigenous Type 2 Diabetes Patients.

Casson I.  Teaching medical students and family medicine residents to care for patients with developmental disabilities. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Crowshoe L, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker L, Green M, Laflamme E, Parker J, Ly A, Liinamaa T .  Sequential focus groups for qualitative data collection with Indigenous Type 2 Diabetes patients. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.  

DuVall A, Kerr J . Leadership: Use the LEADS framework to create high morale and productivity in the workforce. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

DuVall A, Kerr J . Leadership: Team effectiveness using the LEADS framework for negotiation and conflict resolution.  Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

El-Korazati A, Leung L . Barriers to Prescribing Medical Marijuana amongst Family Physicians In Ontario. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Forst B, Deurksen K, Williamson T, Barron G, Manca D.   Comparison of Practice Profiles of Academic Male and Female Physicians. 57th Annual Scientific Assembly (ASA), February 23-25, 2012. Banff, Alberta. 

Forst B, Manca D, Duerksen K, Williamson T.  Comparison of practice profiles of academic male and female physicians. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA. 

French R, Zhang W, Parks K, Ashton S, Dumas M, Haider A, Leung L . End of Life Discussions in an Academic Family Health Team in Kingston, Ontario. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Frier L, Casson I, Kristjansen, M, Joyce D, Gemmill M . Preventative Medicine for adults with developmental disabilities. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario. 

Hall Barber K. Wait-One Times between Queen's Family Health Team to 12 Specialties. An Assessment of the Referral Process in Kingston from Primary to Secondary Care. CMA - The Taming of The Queue, March 29-30 2012. Ottawa, Ontario.  

Hall Barber K. Martin D . Teaching Quality Improvement To PGY-1 Family Medicine Residents: Moving From A Simple Clinical Audit To A More Experiential Project In Quality Improvement.  Canadian Conference Medical Education.  April 17, 2012, Banff, Alberta.

Hall Barber K, Martin D.  Teaching QI: From a clinical audit to an experiential program in quality improvement. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Hall Barber K, Elms S.  Medication safety: Making a case for medication reconciliation in Primary Care. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Hall Barber K.  Head Lice: A contemporary review of an age-old pest - What to advise our patients. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Han H, Kotecha J, Belle Brown J, Paquette-Warren J, Yealland J, Green M, Harris S, Russell G, Webster-Bogaert S, Birtwhistle R . How did Ontario Primary Healthcare Teams Benefit from Learning Collaborative Program? A Qualitative Study. Trillium Primary Health Care Day, June 6, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Han H, Kotecha J, Belle Brown J, Paquette-Warren J, Yealland J, Green M, Harris S, Russell G, Webster-Boegart S, Birtwhistle R.  How did Ontario primary healthcare teams benefit from Learning Collaborative Program? A Qualitative Study.  NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Han H, Kotecha J, Webster-Bogaert S, Paquette-Warren J, Green M, Harris S, Birtwhistle R.  Assessment-Oriented process evaluation of QIIP Learning Collaboratives. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Han H, Kotecha J, Belle Brown J, Paquette-Warren J, Yealland J, Green M, Harris S, Russell G, Webster-Bogaert S.  Impact of QIIP Learning Collaborative program on Primary Health Care Teams: A qualitative study. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Hogg W, Kaczorowski J, Dolovich L, Birtwhistle R, Godwin M, Wong S, Prentice M.  On the development of the Canadian Primary Health Care Research & Innovation Network: A patient-oriented research, training and policy network. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Howard M, Dolovich L, Chan D, Price D, Barber D, Carr T, Risdon C, Guenter D, Ivanyi K, Gallagher J, Nason S, Osien G, Yealland J, Kotecha J.  Pilot feasibility study of a personal health record (MyOSCAR) linked with a clinic electronic medical record.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, May 28-31, 2012.  Montreal, Quebec.

Kadhim-Saleh A, Green M, Williamson T, Hunter D, Birtwhistle R.  A validation study of electronic medical record-based diagnostic algorithms for five chronic conditions. PBRN, June 21-22.  Bethesda, Maryland.

Kerr J, Maclean S . First five years in family practice. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario. 

Keshavjee K, Martin K.  The Art of the Possible: Using CPCSSN Data for Primary Care Research. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Kotecha J, Han H, Hutchinson B, Webster-Boegart S, Paquette-Warren J, Green M, Harris S, Birtwhistle R.   Assessment Oriented Process Evaluation of Ontario QIIP Learning Collaboratives. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Kotecha J, Han H, Hutchison B, Webster-Bogaert S, Paquette-Warren J, Green G, Harris S, Birtwhistle R . Assessment Oriented Process Evaluation of Health Quality Ontario Learning Collaboratives. Health Quality Transformation, October 23, 2012, Toronto, Ontario.

Leggett JA, Birtwhistle R, Manca D, Kotecha J, Lambert-Lanning A . Privacy and Ethics: An Integrated Approach in Multi-jurisdiction Public Health Surveillance and Research. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Leggett JA, Manca D, Kotecha J, Lambert-Lanning A . Privacy and Ethics: An Integrated Approach in Pan-Canadian public health surveillance and research.  Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Leggett JA, Manca D, Kotecha J . Recruiting a qualified (experienced) research privacy and ethics officer supports research across multiple jurisdictions.  PBRN, June 21-22.  Bethesda, Maryland.

Lindsay P, Jaramillo A, Birtwhistle R, Shaw E, Bell N, Connor-Gorber S.  Guidelines are not enough: The Canadian task force for preventative health care has a broader agenda. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Peirce C, Bhyat R, Barber D, Janzen TP . EMR-Enabled clinical experiences for the preceptor and medical student: Why adoption matters. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario. 

Price D, Barber D, Chan D, Dolovich L, Carr T, Risdon C, Guenter D, Ivanyi K, Gallagher J, Nason S, Howard M, Osien G, Yealland J, Kotecha J.  Use of a personal health record (MyOSCAR) linked with a clinic electronic medical record to support communication, information transfer and shared care between patients and health care providers.  E-Health 2012 conference.  May 27-30, 2012. Vancouver, Canada.

Price D, Howard M, Barber D, Dolovich L, Carr T, Risdon C, Guenter D, Ivanyi K, Osien G, Kotecha J . Pilot feasibility study of a persoanl health record (MyOscar) linked with a clinic electronic medical record. NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.

Rosser W, Williamson T, Kotecha J, Martin K . Practice Feedback for PBRN physicians. PBRN, June 21-22.  Bethesda, Maryland.

Schultz, K . Developing a Survey to Measure Interpersonal Continuity of Care from the Physician's Perspective. Scholarship in Health Sciences Education, June 14, 2012. Kingston, Ontario.

Schultz, K . Developing a Survey to Measure Interpersonal Continuity of Care from the Physician's Perspective. The International Conference on Residency Education, October 18-20, 2012. Ottawa, Ontario.

Schultz, K  . Developing a Survey to Measure Interpersonal Continuity of Care from the Physician's Perspective. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Schultz K, Birtwhistle R, Kerr J, Griffiths J, McEwen L, Van Melle E . Assessing Competency Curriculums and Ensuring Educational Equity: Program Evaluation of the Queen's University Department of Family Medicine Distributed Sites: Belleville, Kingston, Peterborough. Scholarship in Health Sciences Education, June 14, 2012. Kingston, Ontario.

Trouton K, Wilson R . Are new models of care fair to all patients? A dialogue. Family Medicine Forum, Research Day, November 15-17, 2012. Toronto, Ontario.

Williamson T, Greiver M, Bennett TL, Drummond N, Khan S, Birtwhistle R.  A method for estimating practice denominators using EMR databases. NAPCRG PBRN Conference, June 21-22.  Bethesda, Maryland.

Williamson T, Bartlett-Esquilant G, Khan S, Birtwhistle R, Drummond N . Why Should Practice-based Research Networks Care About Sampling? NAPCRG, December 1-5, New Orleans LA.  

 

2011 Presentations

Abate M, Hall-Barber K.  The Acquisition and Utility of the Family Medical History in Primary Care. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Barber D, Henry W, Kotecha J.  Evaluating the Impact of an Innovative Teaching Model on Family Medicine Residents Attitudes and Competency in the Long Term Care Setting. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Barber, D, Han H, Henry W, Yealland J, Haines C, Kotecha J.  Evaluating the Effectiveness of Teaching Approaches Employed in an Innovative Long-term Care Program for Family Medicine Residents. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Birtwhistle R, Kotecha J, Green M, Russell G. The Strengths and Limitations of The External Practice Facilitator (PF) Role in Supporting Primary Care Quality Improvement. Trillium Primary Health Research Day, 2011.

Birtwhistle R, Fagnan, LJ, Hogg W, Legare F, Manca D, Mold JW.  Exploring Common Ground: What is the research agenda and priority research questions for Canadian and U.S. practice-based research networks?  North American Primary Care Research Group, Banff, Alberta.  November 2011.

Birtwhistle R, Bell NR, Pottie K, Tonelli M.  Interpreting the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care Evidence Grading System.  Family Medicine Forum, Montreal, Quebec, November 2011.

Boffa J, Irving AM, Williamson T, Jackson D, Gringas S, Drummond N.   Weight Change Amongst Obese Patients on a Physician - Developed Diet Plan in Southern Alberta (poster). Family Medicine Forum (FMF), November 2011.

Brown G.  Increased Preventative Care Requires Support to Identify At-risk Populations: Do Family Physicians in Small-town Ontario Screen Children for Lead Exposure? North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Cobbler, C, Khan S, Williamson T, Kotecha J, Greiver M, Stewart M, Birtwhistle R: By Utilizing EMR Data Can We Determine How Patients With Hypertension Are Managed in Ontario? Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Crowshoe L, Green ME, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker LM .   Using Medical Education to Combat Inequity: Preliminary Results from the Educating for Equity Aboriginal Health Project in Canada, Poster presentation at Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Connection IV, Auckland, New Zealand, Nov 30 2011.

Crowshoe L, Green M, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker L, Ly A, Liinamaa T.  Patients, Practitioners, and Perspectives on Diabetes in Aboriginal Communities: Preliminary Findings From Multi-sited Qualitative Research in Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Delva MD, Kerr J, Schultz KW.   Continuity of Care: Differing conceptions and values. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Doraty M, Montgomery L, Labrie N, Fralick J, Williamson T, Tam H, Linton D, Drummond N.  The Use of Nabilone for The Treatment of Pain in a Tertiary Chronic Pain Centre. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Galaviz K, Levesque L, Kotecha J, Baldock J. A combined primary care and public health intervention for promoting healthy weight in children. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Green M, Birtwhistle R, Phillips S, MacDonald S, Hall-Barber K, Mei Chen D.  Access to Primary Care Services After Hours and During Regular Office Hours and Utilization of External Health Care Resources. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Green ME, Wong S, Katz A, Lavoie J, and Kwong J .   Variation in guidelines provided for the management and control of pandemic H1N1 Influenza in First Nations communities in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting Halifax May 2011.

Hagel LM, Liu Y, Ugarte-Torres A, Hoegh-Petersen M, Willliamson TS, Russell JA, Storek J . High IL15 serum levels on day 7 after HCT are associated with a low likelihood of GVHD and a high likelihood of infections. Keystone Symposium on Immunologic Memory and Persisting Microbes, Banff, AB, Feb 2011, Abstract No.142.

Hoegh-Petersen M, Sy S, Ugarte-Torres A, Williamson TS, Mansoor A, Liu Y, Fonseca K, Khan F, Russell JA, Storek J. High herpesvirus-specific T cell counts are associated with near-zero likelihood of malignancy relapse and a low likelihood of infections due to any pathogen (oral presentation). ASBMT/CIBMTR Tandem Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Feb 2011. Biol Blood Marrow Transplant, 17(Suppl):S164, 2011.

Hoegh-Petersen M, Amin M, Liu Y, Ugarte-Torres A, Williamson TS, Podgorny PJ, Russell JA, Storek J. Anti-GVHD effect of antithymocyte globulin is mediated by antibodies binding to T cells and regulatory NK cells, and less so or not at all by antibodies binding to other mononuclear cell subsets (poster). ASBMT/CIBMTR Tandem Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Feb 2011. Biol Blood Marrow Transplant, 17(Suppl):S326, 2011.

Holbrook A, Keshavjee K, Birtwhistle R, Dolovich L, Chan D, Troyan S.  Designing a Canadian Ehealth Drug Safety and Effectiveness Research Network. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Kadhim-Saleh A, Green M, Hunter D.  A Validation Study of Computer-based Diagnostic Algorithms for Chronic Disease Surveillance. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Kotecha J: The OASIS Program: A Pilot Supportive Aging at Home and Primary Care Health Management Program for Community Dwelling Elderly Living Independently. Society for Academic Primary Care, Bristol, 2011.

Kotecha J, Metter EJ, Ferrucci L, Deschpande N.  Detecting Mobility Disability in at Risk Older Adult Patients (>55yrs) & Understanding Patient Characteristics Associated with Mobility Disability. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Kotecha J, Galaviz K, Levesque L, Baldock J.  A Combined Primary Care and Public Health Intervention for Promoting Healthy Weight in Children. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Kotecha J, Yealland J, Biro S, Corbin R, Birtwhistle R. OASIS - Participant Centred Supportive Aging Well at Home Program For at Risk Community Dwelling Seniors Living Independently. Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day, 2011.

Kotecha J, Han H, Russell G, Green M, Birtwhistle R.  The Strengths and Limitations of the External Practice Facilitator (PF) Role in Supporting Primary Care Quality Improvement in Canada, Ontario. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Mai, V, Rosser, W, Evans MF.  Doctor, Should I be Screened for Cancer ... or Not? Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Manca D, Duerksen K, Forst B, Jackson D, Kesavjee K, Martin K, Morrow J, Birtwhistle R.   The Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network: Knowledge Exchange by Bridging the Evidence-Practice Gap.   North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting. Banff, Alberta  November 2011.

Masotti P, Gemmill I, Green ME, Birtwhistle R, Moore K, Shaw R, and O'Connor K .   Public Health Responses in Ontario to the pH1N1 Influenza Outbreak: primary care and public health perceptions and policy suggestions.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting, Halifax, May 2011.

McColl M, Green ME, Aitken A, Godwin M, Shortt SED, Smith K, Schaub M, McColl S and Birtwhistle R.   Assisting Primary Care Physicians with the Latest Evidence on Spinal Cord Injury.  Family Medicine Forum Research Day, Montreal,  Nov 2, 2011.

Montgomery L, Doraty M, Labrie N, Fralick J, Williamson T, Tam H, Linton D, Drummond N. The Use of Nabilone for the Treatment of Pain in a Tertiary Chronic Pain Centre (poster). Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting and the Family Medicine Forum (FMF) Research Day, November 2011.

Murray C, Bell N, Lindsay P, Dickinson J, Birtwhistle R, Shaw E.  The Reconstituted Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC): Workshop on Guideline Development and Knowledge Translation Methods. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Myhre DL, Williamson T, Sherlock K.What Is the Impact of a Faculty Advisor on Career Choice?  Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Myhre DL, Williamson T, Pomerleau R, Connolly L, Jorgensen A.The Impact of Family and Rural Interest Groups on Medical Students: Are they working?  Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Neufeld T, Marin S, Leung L. Effect of Self-administered Auricular Acupressure on Smoking Cessation - a pilot study. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Sargent R, Quail P, Turner DL, Brocklebank C, Dharmawardene M, Williamson T, Doraty M, Tam H, Linton D, Drummond N. Pharmacist-Managed Warfarin Protocol in Longterm Care (poster). FamilyMedicine Forum (FMF) Research Day, November 2011.

Seigel K, Harasym P, Bucholtz L, Drummond N, Williamson T, Hignell D, Doraty M.  Patient Centered Care Plans: The effect of a multidisciplinary involvement on outcome in primary care. Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Sempowski IP, Barber D, Griffiths J. Use of a Procedural skills OSCE to evaluate resident competency.  Family Medicine Forum, 2011.

Squissato V, Brown G.  Getting a Grip: A literature Review of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Management That Underscores the Value of an Occupational History.  North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Stewart M, Meredith L, Birtwhistle R, Cairney J, Di Censo A, Glazier R, Hogg W, Kasperski J, Krueger P, Regan S.  A Different Kind of Network:  This is Not a Problem-based Research Network (PBRN). North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, 2011.

Terry AL, Stewart M, Thind A, Burge F, Birtwhistle R, Fortin M, Wong S, Charleboise M, Grava-Gubins I, MacLean J, Webster G. Exploring Stakeholder Views Regarding the Use of Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Records in Canada. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference 2011, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 9-12th, 2011.