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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 below.

 

Faculty Conference Presentations from the 2019-2020 year are listed below:

  1. Griffiths J, Schultz K, Dalgarno N, Han H. Feedback on feedback: turning the tables. North American Research Group (NAPCRG). Toronto, Ontario. November 16-20, 2019. [Poster]
  2. Hall Barber K, Leung C, Scott A, Desmarais E, Roberts L, MacDaid J. Safer opioid prescribing at the Queen's Family Health Team. International Conference on Quality in Primary Care. Toronto, Ontario. November 15, 2019. [Poster]
  3. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Schultz K, LeFleche J, Fundytus A, Walker R, Taylor D, Smith K, van Wylick R, Egan R, Schultz K. Developing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in specialty residency training programs. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Ottawa, Ontario. March 2019. [Oral]
  4. Ward M, Grady C, Esperanzate P, Osborne E, Wolfrom B, Han H, Roberts L. Do community family medicine preceptors prepare for academic promotion? Assessment of interest and understanding of process. Consortium for Longitudinal Clerkships (CLIC). Vancouver, British Columbia. October 27-30, 2019. [Poster]
  5. Ward M, Grady C, Esperanzate P, Osborne E, Wolfrom B, Han H, Roberts L. Do community family medicine preceptors prepare for academic promotion? Assessment of interest and understanding of process. North American Research Group (NAPCRG). Toronto, Ontario. November 16-20, 2019. [Poster]
  6. Zevin B, Dalgarno, N, Martin M, Grady C, Matusinec J, Houlden R, Birtwhistle R, Smith K, Morkem R, Barber D. Barriers and Facilitators to Managing Morbid Obesity in Primary Care. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Vancouver, British Columbia. October 30-November 3, 2019. [Oral]
  7. Zevin B, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Sivapalan N, Chan L, Houlden R, Birtwhistle R, Smith K, Morkem R, Barber D.  Management of Patients with Morbid Obesity in Primary Care. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Vancouver, British Columbia. October 30-November 3, 2019. [Poster]
  8. Zevin B, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Grady C, Matusinec J, Houlden R, Birtwhistle R, Smith K, Morkem R, Barber D. Barriers and Facilitators to Managing Patients with Class II and III Obesity in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study. The Canadian Surgery Forum. Montreal, Quebec. September 7, 2019. [Oral]
  9. Zevin B, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Sivapalan N, Chan L, Houlden R, Birtwhistle R, Smith K, Morkem R, Barber D. Survey of Perceptions and Educational Needs of Primary Care Providers in Ontario, Canada Regarding Management of Patients with Morbid Obesity. The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons Annual Meeting. Baltimore, Maryland. April 2019. [Poster]

Faculty Conference Presentations from the 2018-2019 year are listed below:

  1. Adendium D, Baldwin H, Sugie J, Hoy K, Matusinec J, Braybrook H, Hall-Barber K. Does gender of resident affect the number of pap smears performed during residency? Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Toronto, Ontario. November 14-17, 2018. [Poster]
  2. Adler A, Leger D, Aman M, Archibald D, Beaulieu MC, Schultz K, et al. Enrollment in a multi-site RCT of a Mobile App. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Toronto, Ontario. November 14-17, 2018. [Poster]
  3. Barber D, Morkem R, Anvari M, Dalgarno N, Houlden R, Zevin B. Examining the gap between patients eligible for bariatric surgery and those being referred in South Eastern Ontario. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  4. Barber D, Sivapalan N, Chan L, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Zevin B. Factors influencing family physicians’ referral for bariatric surgery: A systematic review. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 11, 2018. [Oral]
  5. Baxter N, Greenblatt E, Richardson H, Green ME, Lajkosz K, Korkidakis A, Hanna T, Robinson A, Booth C. Infertility diagnosis in female adolescent and young adult survivors of non-gynecological cancers: A population-based cohort study. European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Annual Meeting. Barcelona, 2018. [Oral]
  6. Bayoumi I, Schultz S, Glazier R. Funding equity for patients with mental illness under primary care reform in Ontario, Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Oral]
  7. Bobbette N, Donnelly C, Tranmer J, Ouellette-Kuntz H, Lysaght R. Interprofessional care for adults with intellectual & developmental disabilities. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  8. Breton M, Smithman MA, Sasseville M, Kreindler S, Beausejour M, Sutherland J, Green M, Jbilou J, Shaw J,  Marshall E, Crooks VA, Brousselle A, Contandriopoulos D, Wong S. How centralized waiting lists work in universal healthcare systems and implications for primary care: A realist review. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  9. Dalgarno N, Griffiths J, Schultz K. Competency-based medical education implementation: How are we shifting the culture of assessment? 2018 World Summit on CBME. Basel, Switzerland. August 25-29, 2018. [Oral]
  10. Dalgarno N, Han H, Schultz K, Griffiths J. Feedback on feedback. Improving preceptor feedback on electronic workplace-based daily assessments in a competency-based medical education world. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Halifax, Nova Scotia. October 18-20, 2018. [Poster]
  11. Dalgarno N, LeBlanc S, MacDonald S, Fundytus A, Walker R, Taylor D, Smith K, Martin M, van Wylick R, Egan R, Schultz K. Developing a Medical Assistance in Dying curriculum in specialty residency training programs. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  12. Donnelly C, DePaul V, Cooper H, Hand C, Letts L, McGrath C, Moffatt A, Prowse A, Bayoumi I, Berkok U,  Richardson J, Rudman D, Tranmer J. Interprofessional primary care teams: Supporting age friendly communities. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster] 
  13. Donnelly C, Green M, Birtwhistle R, Morkem R, Tranmer J, French S, Esperanzate P, Leavitt A, Lynch S. Impact of interprofessional primary care health providers on health utilization for individuals with diabetes: A linkage study. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  14. Ehsani B, Queenan J, MacKenzie J, Birtwhistle R. Predictive modeling for hunter syndrome: An example of patient classification and risk prediction for a rare disease using electronic medical records from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN). North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  15. Gao G, Di Tomasso J, Chan Tai Kong A, Dawson M, Hall-Barber K, Mihalova T. Impact and correlates of outside use within an academic Family Health Organization (FHO). Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Toronto, Ontario. November 14-17, 2018. [Poster]
  16. Gilic F, Sempowski I, Blagojevic A, Schultz K. “Nightmares” course is an effective acute care teaching tool for family medicine residents. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Toronto, Ontario. November 14-17, 2018. [Oral]
  17. Grady C, Knarr N, Wolfrom B, Schultz K. Defining learning objectives and assessment of leadership skills to inform curriculum in family medicine postgraduate program. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  18. Grady C, Wolfrom B, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Bishop K, Edwards P, Chan W, Laverty C, Roberts L. Integrating a leadership curriculum into a family medicine residency program. 2018 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 20, 2018. [Oral]
  19. Green ME, Katz A, Hassani K, Avery Kinew K, Emond J, Lyngard D, Zaran H, Stewart B, Harris T, Young K. Engaging with Indigenous Communities: Lessons from three Community-Based Primary Health Care (CBPHC) 12-Teams and the SPOR Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations Network (PIHCIN). Joint Meeting: Accelerating the Impact of Cross Jurisdictional Primary Health Care Research in Canada. Montreal, December 2018. [Oral]
  20. Green M, Premji K, Frymire E, Bayoumi I, Gozdyra P, Jaakkimainen L, Kiran T, Lofters A, Glazier R. Early results in studying primary care reform and its impact on patients with no attachment to primary health care providers in Ontario, 2016/17. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  21. Green ME, Wilson R, Kidd M. Implementation of the Patients Medical Home Model: The Canadian experience. World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA), Seoul, South Korea. October 2018. [Oral]
  22. Gunaseelan V, Jiang P, Parkin P, Osmond M, Medline A, Birken C, Maguire J, Bayoumi I, Borkhoff C. Evaluating the predictive validity of the Nipissing District Developmental Screen in primary care settings at the 18-month health supervision visit. Canadian Pediatric Society. Toronto, Ontario. May 6, 2018. [Poster]
  23. Hunter K, Purkey E. Comprehensive survey to identify health behavior risks of adolescents in rural Uganda. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 11, 2018. [Poster]
  24. Kiran T, DeWit Y, Green M, Kopp A, Schultz S; Yeritsyan N, Haj-Ali W, Glazier R. The association between physician practice model and timely access to primary care in Ontario, Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Oral]
  25. Knarr N, Grady C, Wolfrom B, Schultz K. Defining learning objectives and assessment of leadership skills to inform curriculum in family medicine postgraduate program. 2018 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 20, 2018. [Oral]
  26. MacDonald S, Leblanc S, Dalgarno N, Zimmerman D, Schultz K, Johnston E, Martin M. Developing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME). Niagra Falls, Ontario. April 13-16, 2019. [Oral]
  27. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Martin M. Developing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in specialty residency training programs. Third International Conference on End of Life Law, Ethics, Policy, and Practice. Ghent, Belgium. March 7 – 9, 2019. [Oral]
  28. Miller J, Vader K, Williams A, Donnelly C, Grady C. Exploring the perspectives of patients and healthcare providers towards a new physiotherapist-led primary care model for low back pain in Ontario, Canada: A qualitative study using interpretive description. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  29. Morkem R, Birtwhistle R, Queenan J, Handelman K, Barber D. The prescribing and monitoring of antipsychotics in primary care practices in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  30. Morkem R, Queenan J, Barber D. Material and social deprivation and receipt of opioid medication in primary care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  31. Morkem R, Barber D, Queenan J, Birtwhistle R, Handelman K. The prescribing of antipsychotic medications to children with ADHD in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance. 38th Annual Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference Network. Halifax, Nova Scotia. September 17, 2018. [Poster]
  32. Parpia R, Parkin P, Borkhoff C, Bayoumi I. Association of measures of marginalization and use of Ontario Community Health Centres for preventative and social determinants of health-related care in young children. Pediatric Academic Societies. Toronto, Ontario. May 7, 2018. [Poster]
  33. Phillips SP. Can pigs give us pep? Saturday Lecture Series, Queen’s University. Kingston, Ontario. January 14, 2019. [Oral]
  34. Phillips SP, Lakkadghatwala R. Can a brief clinical intervention help parents build preschoolers’ social and emotional strengths? North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  35. Phillips SP. How to address sex and gender in research methods, analysis, and interpretation. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Oral]
  36. Phillips SP. Gender, genetics, generations and medicine. Homecoming Continuing Medical Education, Queen’s University. Kingston, Ontario. October 20, 2018. [Oral]
  37. Phillips SP. Professionalism, professionalization, compassion and empathy: An untenable co-existence? The Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Halifax, Nova Scotia. April 28-May 1, 2018. [Oral]
  38. Phillips SP. Professional power meets gender vulnerability: Sexual harassment of medical women. 19th Annual Women’s Health Care Seminar. Toronto, Ontario. April 26, 2018. [Oral]
  39. Phillips SP. Mood improves over time in older adults. Canadian Geriatrics Society. Montreal, Quebec. April 19-21, 2018. [Oral]
  40. Premji K, Ryan B, Hogg W, Glazier R, Wodchis W, Frymire E, Freeman T, Kiran T, Green M. Does patient-reported access to primary care correlate with access bonus achievement? A study of an Ontario “Pay-for-performance” incentive payment. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  41. Purkey E. Creating a locally driven research agenda for the ethnic minorities of Eastern Myanmar. Canadian Conference on Global Health 2018. Toronto, Ontario. November 19-21, 2018. [Oral]
  42. Purkey E, Beckett T, Soucie K, MacKenzie M, Davison C, Bartels S, Korpal D. Experience of Emergency Department use among persons with elevated ACE scores. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  43. Purkey E, MacKenzie M. Palliative care and end of life needs of vulnerably housed. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 11, 2018. [Oral]
  44. Purkey E. What can health workers do to address violence endemic in their communities (part 1&2). 2018 Network: TUFH Conference. Limerick, Ireland. August 16-20, 2018. [Oral]
  45. Purkey E. Pigiaqtitsijiit as a Cornerstone of Community Wellness: Collaborative training for emerging leaders in Arviat, Nunavut. Indigenous Health Conference. Toronto, Ontario. May 24-26, 2018. [Oral]
  46. Purkey E. Preliminary results: Adverse Childhood Experiences as a predictor of emergency room utilization. CAEP 2018: Strengthening Connections, Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. Calgary Alberta. May 26 – 30, 2018. [Oral]
  47. Queenan J, Barber D, Birtwhistle R, Butt D, Drummond N, Greiver M, Lussier MT, Manca D, Richard C, Taylor M. Evaluating the implementation of The Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network Data Presentation Tool (CPCSSN-DPT). North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  48. Rajaram A, Patel N, Hickey Z, Newbigging J, Worlfrom B. Training medical students and residents in the use of Electronic Health Records: A systematic review of the literature. The Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Niagara Falls, Ontario. April 14, 2019. [Poster]
  49. Schultz K, Wycliffe-Jones K, O’Keefe D. Avoiding potholes and road-blocks: Family Medicine residency program directors share lessons learned about what works in successful CBME implementation. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Halifax, Nova Scotia. October 18-20, 2018. [Workshop]
  50. Thorpe C, Brown J, Mowat S, Hameed S, Scime N, Green M. Strategies for engaging family physicians in primary health care system change. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 12, 2018. [Poster]
  51. Vakil C. Physician advocacy and the nuclear energy industry. Pegasus Conference 2018: From evidence to action. Toronto, Ontario. April 28, 2018. [Oral]
  52. Van der Goes T, Schultz K.  The Preceptor as the assessment tool.  2018 World Summit on CBME.  Basel, Switzerland. August 25-29, 2018. [Poster]
  53. Ward M, Schultz K, Griffiths J, Grady C, Roberts L. Understanding and promoting educational scholarship among community family medicine preceptors. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  54. Wolfrom B, Grady C, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Bishop K, Edwards P, Chan W, Laverty C, Roberts L. Integrating a leadership curriculum into a family medicine residency program. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  55. Wong S, Langton J, Katz A, Fortin M, Godwin M, Green ME, Grunfeld E, Hassani K, Kendall C, Liddy C, Ploeg J, Wodchis W, Haggerty  J. Cross-jurisdictional research in Canada: Developing common indicators across 12 CBPHC Teams. Joint Meeting: Accelerating the Impact of Cross Jurisdictional Primary Health Care Research in Canada. Montreal, Quebec. December 2018. [Oral]
  56. Wu P, Leger D, Adler S, Arman M, Archibald, Schultz K, et al. Does spaced-education encourage clinical case completion in residency? Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Toronto, Ontario. November 14-17, 2018. [Poster]
  57. Wycliffe-Jones K, O’Keefe D, Schultz K. Learn from our experience! Family Medicine Residency Program Directors share lessons learned about CBME implementation in Canada.  2018 World Summit on CBME.  Basel, Switzerland. August 25-29, 2018. [Oral]
  58. Zevin B, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Grady C, Chan L, Houlden R, Birtwhistle R, Smith K, Morkem R, Barber D.  The management of morbid obesity in primary care: A mixed methods study. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). Chicago, Illinois. November 10, 2018. [Poster]
  59. Zevin B, Morkem R, Barber D, Anvari M, Dalgarno N, Houlden R, Smith K. Examining the Gap Between Eligible and Referred Patients for Bariatric Surgery in South Eastern Ontario. Obesity Summit, Ottawa, Ontario. April 2019. [Special Feature Pecha Kucha Oral presentation & Poster]

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 2019-2020 year are below:

  1. MacKenzie M, Purkey E. Barriers to end-of-life services for persons experiencing homelessness as perceived by health and social service providers. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 2019; 32(6): 847-857. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3122/jabfm.2019.06.190066
  2. Purkey E, MacKenzie M. Experiences of palliative health care for homeless and vulnerably housed individuals. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 2019; 32(6): 858-867. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3122/jabfm.2019.06.190093
  3. Rajaram A, Hickey Z, Patel N, Newbigging J, Wolfrom B. Training medical students and residents in the use of electronic health records: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2019; 0(0): 1-6. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jamia/ocz178

Faculty publications from the 2018-2019 year are below:

  1. Adams O, Aitken A, Allin S, Belanger S, Burch J, Carson AS, Davidson JJ, Denny K, Golding L, Green ME, Fraser N, Medves J, Muscade J. Innovation and healthcare for Indigenous Peoples. In Carson AS, Richard Nossal K (Eds.), A Canadian Healthcare Innovation Agenda –Policy, Governance and Strategy. Montreal, Quebec: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  2. Bayoumi I, Parkin P, Lebovic G, Patel R, Link K, Birken C, Maguire J, Borkhoff C. Iron deficiency among low income toddlers: A cross-sectional feasibility study in a Community Health Centre and non-Community Health Centre sites. BMC Family Practice. 2018; 19(1): 161.
  3. Bélanger E, Pérez-Zepeda MU, Castrejón-Pérez RC, Ahmed T, Moullec G, Phillips SP, Zunzunegui MV. Domains and determinants of a person-centered index of aging well in Canada: A mixed-methods study. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2018; 109(5-6): 855-865.
  4. Bell J, Purkey E. Trans individuals’ experiences in primary care. Canadian Family Physician. 2019; 65(4): e147-e154.
  5. Carver L, Beamish R, Phillips SP. Successful aging: Illness and social connections. Geriatrics. 2018; 3(1): 3.
  6. Carver L, Beamish R, Phillips SP, Villeneuve M. A scoping review: Social participation as a cornerstone of successful aging in place among rural older adults. Geriatrics. 2018; 3(4): 75-91.
  7. Crowshoe L, Dannenbaum D, Green M, Henderson R, Naqshbandi Hayward N, Toth E. Diabetes Canada 2018 clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and management of diabetes in Canada: Type 2 diabetes and Indigenous Peoples. Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 2018; 42(Suppl 1): s296-s306.
  8. Crowshoe L, Henderson R, Green ME, Jacklin K, Walker L, Calam B. Exploring Canadian physicians’ experiences with type 2 diabetes care for adult Indigenous patients.  Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 2018; 42: 281-288.
  9. Crowshoe L, Henderson R, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker L, Green M. Educating for Equity Care Framework: Addressing social barriers of Indigenous patients with type 2 diabetes. Canadian Family Physician. 2019; 65(1): 25-33.
  10. Ehsani-Moghaddam B, Queenan J, MacKenzie J, Birtwhistle R. Mucopolysaccharidosis type II detection by Naïve Bayes Classifier: An example of patient classification for a rare disease using electronic medical records from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. PLOS ONE. 2018; 13(12): e0209018.
  11. French S, Green ME, Bhatia R, Peng Y, Haden J, Hartvigsen J, Ivers N, Grimshaw J, Booth C, Ruhland L, Norman K. Imaging use for low back pain by Ontario primary care clinicians: Protocol for a mixed methods study – the Back ON study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. 2019; 20(1): 50.
  12. Gilic F, Schultz K, Sempowski I, Blagovic A.  “Nightmares-Family Medicine” course is an effective acute care teaching tool for Family Medicine Residents.  Simulation in Healthcare. 2019; e-pub ahead of print, February 5, 2019.
  13. Glazier R, Green ME, Frymire E, Hogg W, Premji K, Kiran T. Do incentive payments reward the wrong providers? A study of primary care reform in Ontario, Canada. Health Affairs. 2019; 38(4): 624-632.
  14. Grady C, Schultz K, Wolfrom B. Establishing learning objectives for a leadership skills development curriculum in family medicine. Healthcare Management Forum. 2019; e-pub ahead of print, January 30, 2019.
  15. Griffiths J, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Han H, van Melle E. Competency-based medical education implementation: Are we transforming the culture of assessment? Medical Teacher. 2019; e-pub, April 7, 2019.
  16. Gupta S, Bélanger E, Phillips SP.  Low socioeconomic status but resilient: Panacea or double trouble? John Henryism in the international IMIAS study of older adults. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology. 2018; 34(1): 15-24.
  17. Harding B, Webber C, Ruhland L, Dalgarno N, Armour C, Birtwhistle R, Brown G, Carroll JC, Flavin M, Phillips SP, MacKenzie J. Primary care providers' lived experiences of genetics in practice. Journal of Community Genetics. 2018; 10(1): 85-93.
  18. Jones R, Crowshoe L, Papaarangi R, Calam B, Curtis E, Green M, Huria T, Jacklin K, Kamaka M, Cameron L, Milroy J, David P, Pitama S, Walker L, Webb G, Ewen S. Educating for Indigenous Health Equity: An international consensus statement. Academic Medicine. 2018; e-pub ahead of print, October 1, 2018.
  19. Lavoie JG, Ward A, Wong S, Ibrahim N, Morton D, O’Neil J, Green M. Hospitalization for mental health related ambulatory care sensitive conditions: What are the trends for First Nations in British Columbia? International Journal for Equity in Health. 2018; 17:156.
  20. Lavoie J, Wong S, Ibrahim N, O'Neil J, Green ME, Ward A. Underutilized and undertheorized: The use of hospitalization for ambulatory care sensitive conditions for assessing the extent to which primary healthcare services are meeting needs in BC First Nations communities. BMC Health Services Research. 2019; 19(1): 50.
  21. Lau Z, Guerra R, Barbosa JFS, Phillips SP. The impact of resilience on health in older adults: A cross-sectional analysis from the International Mobility in Aging Study (IMIAS). BMJ Open 2018; 8:e023779.
  22. Lofters A, Mark A, Taljaard M, Green ME, Glazier R, Dahrouge S. Cancer screening inequities in a time of primary care reform: A population-based longitudinal study in Ontario, Canada. BMC Family Practice. 2018; 19(1): 147.
  23. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Johnston E, Martin M, Zimmerman D. Exploring family medicine preceptor and resident perceptions of medical assistance in dying and desires for education. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(9): e400-e406.
  24. Phillips SP, Jiang M, Lakkadghatwala R, Wang S. Assessing wellness in the well-child check: What about social and emotional development? Canadian Family Physician. 2019; 65(March): e113-e120.
  25. Phillips SP, King N, Michaelson V, Pickett W. Sex, drugs, risk and resilience: Analysis of data from the Canadian Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study. European Journal of Public Health. 2018; 29(1): 38-43.
  26. Phillips SP, Webber J, Imbeau S, Quaife T, Hagan D, Maar M, Abourbih J. Sexual harassment of Canadian medical students: A national survey. EClinicalMedicine. 2019; 7:15-20. 
  27. Rayner J, Muldoon L, Bayoumi I, McMurchy D, Mulligan K, Tharao W. Delivering primary health care as envisioned. Journal of Integrated Care. 2018; 26(3): 231-241.
  28. Schultz S, Glazier R, Green M, Kiran T, Bayoumi I, Tranmer J, Frymire E. Measuring equity in per capita primary care investment in Ontario: Challenges for data linkage and analysis. International Journal of Population Data Science. 2018; 3(4): 357.
  29. Tompkins JW, Mequanint S, Barre DE, Fournie M, Green M, Hanley AJ, Hayward MN, Zwarenstein M, Harris SB, and the FORGE AHEAD Team.  National Survey of Indigenous primary healthcare capacity and delivery models in Canada: the TransFORmation of IndiGEnous PrimAry HEAlthcare delivery (FORGEAHEAD) community profile survey. BMC Health Services Research. 2018; 18:828.
  30. Urquhart R, Kotecha J, Kendell C, Martin M, Han H, Lawson B, Tschupruk C, Marshall EG, Bennett C, Burge F. Stakeholders’ views on identifying patients in primary care at risk of dying: A qualitative descriptive study using focus groups and interviews. British Journal of General Practice. 2018; 68(674): e612-e620.
  31. Vakil C. Predatory journals: Authors and readers beware. Canadian Family Physician. 2019; 65(2): 92-94.
  32. Wong S, Langton JM, Katz A, Fortin M, Godwin M, Green M, Grunfeld E, Hassani K, Kendall C, Liddy C, Ploeg J, Wodchis WP, Haggerty JL. Promoting cross-jurisdictional primary health care research: Developing a set of common indicators across 12 community-based primary health care teams in Canada. Primary Health Care Research & Development. 2018; e7.
  33. Wu V, Cooke B, Eitutis S, Simpson M, Beyea J. Approach to tinnitus management. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(7): 491-495.

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.

Faculty publications from the 2016-2017 year are below:

  1. Ahmed TI, Belanger E, Vafaei A, Phillips SP, Zunzunegui M. Psychometric properties and confirmatory factor analysis of Bem sex role inventory in an international sample of older adults: the IMIAS study. The Gerontologist. 2016:55; (Suppl 2): 251.
  2. Ahmed T, Vafaei A, Belanger E, Phillips SP, Zunzunegui MV. Bem sex role inventory validation in the International Mobility in Aging Study. Can J Aging. 2016;35:1-13.
  3. Barber D, Morkem R, Queenan J, Hall Barber K. Harnessing the power of longitudinal data. Can Fam Physician. 2016; 62: 355.
  4. Belanger E, Ahmed T, Vafaei A, Curcio CL, Phillips SP, Zunzunegui MV. Sources of social support associated with health and quality of life: a cross-sectional study among Canadian and Latin American older adults. BMJ Open 2016;6:e011503.
  5. Biro S, Barber D, Williamson T, Morkem R, Khan S, Janssen I. Prevalence of toddler, child and adolescent overweight and obesity derived from primary care electronic medical records: an observational study. CMAJ Open. 2016;4(3): E538-E544.
  6. Birtwhistle R, Queenan JA. Update from CPCSSN. Can Fam Physician. 2016;62(10):851.
  7. Biro S, Williamson T, Leggett JA, Barber D, Morkem R, Moore K, Belanger P, Mosley B, Janssen I. Utility of linking primary care electronic medical records with Canadian census data to study the determinants of chronic disease: an example based on socioeconomic status and obesity. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2016;16: 32. 
  8. Breton M, Green M, Kreindler S, Sutherland J, Jbilou J, Wong ST, Shaw J, Crooks VA, Contandriopoulos, Smithman MA, Brousselle A. A comparative analysis of centralized waiting lists for patients without a primary care provider implemented in six Canadian provinces: study protocol. 2017; 17(1):60.
  9. Grady CM. Can complexity science inform physician leadership development? Leadersh Health Serv (Bradf Engl). 2016;29(3):251-63.
  10. Griffiths J, Luhanga U, McEwen L, Schultz K, Dalgarno N. Promoting quality feedback: A tool for reviewing feedback given to learners by teachers. Can Fam Physician. 2016; 62(7):600-602.
  11. Howse K, Harris J, Dalgarno N. (Accepted). Canadian national guidelines and recommendations for integrating career advising into medical school curricula. Acad Med.
  12. Jacklin K, Henderson RI, Green ME, Walter LM, Calam B, Crowshoe. Health care experiences of Indigenous people living with type 2 diabetes in Canada. CMAJ. 2017;189(3):E106-112.
  13. Jacklin K, Ly A, Calam B, Green M, Walker L, Crowshoe L. An Innovative Sequential Focus Group Method for Investigating Diabetes Care Experiences with Indigenous Peoples in Canada. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 2016; 1-12.
  14. Larson Soles, T. Wilson CR, Oandasan IF. Family medicine education in rural communities as a health service intervention supporting recruitment and retention of physicians. Advancing rural family medicine: The Canadian Collaborative Taskforce. Can Fam Physician. 2017; 63(1):32-38.
  15. Leung L. Health Economic Evaluation: A Primer for Healthcare Professionals. Primary Health Care 2016; 6(2): 223. 
  16. Leung L. Diabetes mellitus and the Aboriginal diabetic initiative in Canada: An updated review. J Family Med Prim Care. 5(2):259-65. 
  17. Meuser J, Purkey E, Lantadilla Barticevic N, Ng V. Achieving competencies in family medicine through continuing professional development. Educ Prim Care. 2016;27(5):349-350.
  18. Miszkurka M, Steensma C, Phillips SP. Correlates of partner and family violence among older Canadians: a lifecourse approach. Health Promot Chronic Dis Prev Can. 2016;36(3):45-53.
  19. Naqshbandi Hayward M, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Bailie R, Chirilia A, Dyck R, Green M, Hanley A, Tompkins J, Harris S. On behalf of the FORGE AHEAD 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. BMC Health Serv Res. 2017; 17:233.
  20. Pérez-Zepeda MU, Belanger E, Zunzunegui MV, Phillips SP, Ylli A, Guralnik J. Assessing the Validity of Self-Rated Health with the Short Physical Performance Battery: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the International Mobility in Aging Study. PLoS One. 2016; 11(4):e0153855.
  21. Phillips S, Auais M, Belanger E, Alvarado B, Zunzunegui MV. Early and current social and economic circumstances and resilience in older adults: findings from the longitudinal International Mobility in Aging Study (IMIAS). SSM Population Health. 2016; 2:708-717.
  22. Phillips SP, Dalgarno N. Professionalism, professionalization, expertise and compassion: a qualitative study of medical residents. BMC Med Educ. 2017; 17(1): 21.
  23. Phillips SP, Swift SA. Therapeutic abortion counselling and provision: are Canadian educational institutions opting out? Can Fam Physician. 2016;62:297-8.
  24. Phillips SP, Hamberg K. Doubly blind: a systematic review of gender in randomized controlled trials. Global Health Action. 2016;9:29597.
  25. Phillips SP, Swift SA, Reipas K, Zelek B. Adolescent Resilience Assessment in Person-centered Medical Care. International Journal of Person Centered Medicine. 2016;6 (4):6289-97. 
  26. Phillips SP. Defining and measuring sex and gender in medical research. In Les sciences et le genre. Déjouer l'androcentrisme" (Science and gender. Foiling androcentrism) Devreux AM (editor). French Research Council (CNRS), 2016
  27. Pulver A, Davison C, Parpia A, Purkey E, Pickett W. Nonmedical Use of Prescription Opioids and Injury Risk Among Youth. J Child Adols Subst. 522-529.
  28. Purkey E, Hollaar G. Developing consensus for postgraduate global health electives: definitions, pre-departure training and post-return debriefing. BMC Med Educ. 2016;16:159.
  29. Queenan JA, Birtwhistle R, Drummond N. Supporting primary care public health functions. Can Fam Physician. 2016;62(7):603.
  30. Shoots L, Schultz K. Program chief resident: introducing a new leadership role for residency programs. Can Fam Physician. 2017: 63(1), 10-12.
  31. Sousa AC, Zunzunegui MV, Li, A, Phillips SP, Guralnik J, Guerra R. Association between C-reactive protein and physical performance in older populations: Results from the International Mobility in Aging Study (IMIAS). Age and Ageing. 2016;45(2):274-80.
  32. Ylli A, Miszkurka M, Phillips SP, Guralnik J, Deshpande N, Zunzunequi MV. Clinically relevant depression in old age: an international study with populations from Canada, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Psychiatry Res. 2016;241:236-41.
  33. Ward M. Understanding the use of emergency department and urgent care services by diabetic patients of a Family Medicine Health Team: a retrospective observational study. Prim Health Care Res Dev. 2016; 18(2):200-207.
  34. Wolfrom B, Hodgetts G, Kotecha J, Pollock E, Martin M, Han H, Morissette P. Satisfaction with civilian family medicine residency training: Perspectives from serving general duty medical officers in the Canadian Armed Forces. 2016;62:e-540-546. 
  35. Wonnacott D. Berringer R. Spontaneous coronary artery dissection: case report and review of the literature. Canadian Family Physician. 2016; 62(12):994-996.  

Faculty publications from the 2015-2016 year are below:

  1.  Adibi F, Leung L. The obvious versus not so obvious. J Fam Med 2015; 2(5):1038
  2. Birtwhistle R, Barber D, Drummond N, Godwin M, Greiver M, Singer A, Lussier MT, Manca D, Natarajan N, Terry A, Wong S, Martin RE, Mangin D. Horses and buggies have some advantages over cars, but no one is turning back. Can Fam Physician 2015;61(5):416-9.
  3. Birtwhistle R, Godwin M, Leggett JA, Martin K. Linking health databases for research. Can Fam Physician 2015; 61(4):382.
  4. Bosma R, Mojarad E, Leung L, Pukall C, Staud R, Stroman P. Neural correlates of temporal summation of second pain in the human brainstem and spinal cord. Hum Brain Mapp 2015 Dec; 36(12):5038-50. doi: 10.1002/hbm.22993
  5. Brown G, Park K, Bicknell RT. Management of occupational shoulder injuries in primary care. J Musculoskelet Disord Treat 2015 Sept 25; 1:1.
  6. Davidson C, Pulver A, Parpia A, Purkey E, Pickett W. Nonmedical use of prescription opiods and injury risk among youth. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. [In press]
  7. Frank C, Wilson CR. Models of primary care for frail patients. Can Fam Physician 2015; 61(7): 601-6.
  8. Griffiths J, Luhanga U, McEwen L A, Schultz K, and Dalgarno N. (Accepted). Promoting quality feedback: A tool for reviewing feedback given to learners by teachers. Can FamPhysician.
  9. Guedes DT, Alvarado BE, Phillips SP, Curcio CL, Zunzunegui MV, Guerra RO. Socioeconomic status, social relations and domestic violence against elderly people in Canada, Albania, Colombia and Brazil. Arch of Gerontol Geriatr 2015; 60(3):492-500. doi: 10.1016/j.archger.2015.01.010
  10. Hall Barber K, Schultz K, Scott A, Pollock E, Kotecha J, Martin D. Teaching quality improvement in graduate medical education: an experiential and team-based approach to the acquisition of quality improvement competencies. Acad Med 2015; 90(10): 1363-7.
  11. Jain S, Ward MA. HDL and its role in cardiovascular disease: a primary care perspective. J Fam Med Community Health 2015 June;2(3):1037.
  12. Keshavjee K, Williamson T, Martin K, Truant R, Aliarzadeh B, Ghany A, Greiver M. Getting to usable EMR data. Can Fam Physician 2014 Apr;60(4): 392.
  13. Kotecha J, Han H, Green M, Russell G, Martin MI, Birtwhistle R. The role of the practice facilitators in Ontario primary healthcare quality improvement. BMC Fam Pract 2015 July;16:93. doi: 10.1186/s12875-015-0298-6
  14. Leung L, Han H, Martin M, Kotecha J. Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) as sole intervention for non-somatisation chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP): protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. MBJ Open 2015;5:e007650. DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-007650.
  15. Leung LK, Harding J. A chemical mixer with dark-green nails. BMJ Case Rep 2015 June; 2015. doi:10.1136/bcr-2014-209203.
  16. McColl MA, Aiken A, Smith K, McColl A, Green M, Godwin M, Birtwhistle R, Norman K, Brankston G, Schaub M. Actionable Nuggets: Knowledge translation tool for the needs of patients with spinal cord injury. Can Fam Physician 2015;61:e240-e248.
  17. McEwen LA, Griffiths J, Schultz K. Developing and successfully implementing a competency-based portfolio assessment system in a postgraduate family medicine residency program. Acad Med 2015;90(11):1515-26.
  18. Miszkurka M, Steensma C, Phillips SP. Correlates of partner and family violence among older Canadians: a lifecourse approach. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada 2015; (in press)
  19. Patricio AC, Zunzunegui MV, Li A, Phillips SP, Guralnik  J, Guerra R. Association between C-reactive protein and physical performance in older populations: Results from the International Mobility in Aging Study (IMIAS). Age Ageing 2016; 45(2):274-80. doi: 10.1093/ageing/afv202.
  20. Phillips SP, Carver L. Early parental Loss and self-rated health of older women and men: a population-based, multi-country study. PLoS ONE 2015; 10(4): e0120762. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0120762.
  21. Phillips SP, Hamberg K. Women's relative immunity to the socio-economic health gradient: artifact or real? Glob Health Action 2015 May;8:27259.
  22. Phillips SP, Hamberg K. Doubly blind: a systematic review of gender in randomized controlled trials. Glob Health Action 2015 May; 8:27259. doi: 10.3402/gha.v8.27259. 
  23. Phillips SP, Swift SA. Therapeutic abortion counseling and provision: are Canadian educational institutions opting out? Can Fam Physician 2016; epub ahead of print.
  24. Queenan JA, Williamson T, Khan S, Drummond N, Garies S, Morkem R, Birtwhistle. Representativeness of patients and providers in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network: a corss-sectional study. CMAJ Open 2016 Jan;4(1):E28-E32
  25. Ranger NS, Ward MA. A Comparison of the direct oral anticoagulants in treatment of acute deep vein thrombosis for primary care physicians. J Family Med Community Health 2015;2(2):1032.
  26. Sacks J, Valin S, Casson RI, Wilson CR. Are 2 heads better than 1? Perspectives on job sharing in academic family medicine. Can Fam Physician 2015;61(1):11-13.
  27. Schultz K, Griffiths J. Implementing competency-based medical education in a postgraduate family medicine residency training program: a stepwise approach, facilitating factors and processes or steps that would have been helpful. Acad Med 2015. Epub ahead of print.
  28. Schultz K, Griffiths J, Lacasse M. A practical application of entrustable professional activities to inform competency decisions in a family medicine training program. Acad Med 2015; 90(7):888-97.
  29. Schultz K, Griffiths J, McEwen L. Applying Kolb’s Learning Cycle to competency-based residency education. Acad Med 2016; 91(2):284.
  30. Sethi A, Hughes P. Celiac disease and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review of the literature. J Fam Med Community Health 2015;2(8): 1069.
  31. Squissato V, Brown G, Baxter S. Get out of scrape! An approach to corneal foreign bodies and abrasions for the primary care physician. Occup Med Health Aff 2015;3:3.
  32. Wolfrom B, Hodgetts G, Kotecha J, Pollock E, Han H, Martin M, Morrisette P. (Accepted). Satisfaction with civilian family medicine residency training: Perspectives from serving General Duty Medical Officers in the Canadian Armed Forces. Can Fam Physician.