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Research Funding Commencing in 2014

  1. Agarwal G, Dolovich L, McDonough B, McLeod B, Thabane L, Goeree R, Kaczorowski J, Chambers L. A Community Paramedicine Initiative for Older Adults Living in Subsidized Housing. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Operating Grant. April 2014 - March 2017. ($370,980)
  2. Bakker D, Mountjoy M, Swayze K, Costa A, Singh P. Family Medicine Resident Wellness: measuring the effect of a mindfulness-based stress reduction program on depression, burnout and resiliency. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Community Physicians, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)
  3. Bayer I, Wong A, Grierson LEM, Piro R, Syed Z. An Initiative to Promote Development of Faculty Technology Use in Health Sciences Education. McMaster University Forward with Integrity. 2014-2015 ($5,000)
  4. Cairney J, Holt N, Robeson P, Camiré M, Kwan M, Ogenchuk M, MacDonald D, Scherer D & J. Sport participation and alcohol use. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Advancing Research to Improve Boys' and Men's Health Team Grant. March 2014 - February 2015. ($9,740)
  5. Chan D, Mangin D, Siu H, Price D, Howard M, Colwell K. The eDosette Study – Optimizing Medication Use and Safety in Community Dwelling Seniors. Technology Evaluation in the Elderly (TVN). 1 Year. ($20 000)
  6. Dolovich L, Cristobal F, Angeles R, Kaczorowski J, Agarwal G, Arciaga R, Barrera J, Jalani, N, Thabane L, Guenter D, O'Reilly D, Smith J, Stobbe K, Tobe S, Agbulos R, Fernando A, Halili S. Community Health Assessment Program in the Philippines. Canadian Institutes of Health Research- Institute of Population and Public Health and International Development Research Centre. (Team Grant- Implementation research in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes in low and middle income countries). November 2014- October 2019. ($ 1,972,675)
  7. Greenway M, Kwan M, Siu H, Sergeant M. Feasibility study on the implementation of a new PHE form in long-term care. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Community Physicians, McMaster University.  May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)
  8. Grierson LEM, Dubrowski A, Kapralos B, Brydges R, Bernard C, Musson D. Observational Practice and Educational Networking: Extending the Simulation-based Education beyond the Simulation Laboratory. Ontario Network of Excellence in Simulation (SIM-One). April 2014 – March 2015. ($25,000)
  9. Grierson LEM, Schabort I, Philips S, Walton M, Wong E, Stirrett G, Archibald D, Cole G, Brailovsky C. Predictors of Canadian Certification Success among International Medical School Graduates. Royal College for Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Medical Education Research Grant. September 2014-August 2015. ($24,060)
  10. Grindrod KA, Alarakhia M, Burns CM, McMurray DJ, Chilana P, Slonim K, St. Maurice J. Semantic interoperability of exchanged information on a regional electronic health record that is used by an expanded circle of care which includes social supports and community services. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Planning and Dissemination Grant.  June 2014 - May 2015. ($10,000)
  11. Gupta S, Garvey NH, Agarwal A, Boulet L, Chan D, Dolovich L, Goel S, Kaplan A, Lebovic G, Levinson A, Licksai C, Madeley C, Mamdani M, Ophilant R, Straus S, Van Dam A. eAPPS mobile – The Electronic Asthma Action Plan Mobile System Implementation Primary Care. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. June 2014 – May 2015. ($99, 100)
  12. Guyatt GH,  Busse  JW, Rampersaud  YR, Bailey C, Bieling P , Coyte P, Davis A, Ebrahim S, Fast K,  Fourney D, Gross A, Hall H, Hanna S, McCabe R,  Nash J, Schabort I, Thabane L, Wai E, Yen D, You J. Patient-centred interprofessional shared care model for low back pain management. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. March 2014 – February 2015. ($100,000)
  13. Heyland D, Howard M, Bernard C, Slaven M, Hanvey L, Siu H, You J, Sudore R, Winemaker S. Improving General Practice Advance Care Planning. The i-GAP Study. Canadian Institute for Health Information-Partnership for Health System Improvement. June 2014 – May 2015. ($654,404)
  14. Howard M, Elmslie T, Armson H, Kotecha J, Allen T.  Family Physicians’ practice audit and reflections for the College of Family Physicians Alternate Route to Certification Program: Description and assessment. Royal College of Family Physicians of Canada (not peer-reviewed).  March 2014 - February 2015. ($5,906)
  15. Howard M, Heyland D, Barwich D, Klein D, Tan A, Bernard C, Hanvey L, Slaven M, Fassbender K, Green L, Simon J, Sudore R. i-GAP – Improving General Practice Advance Care Planning. Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network, Core Research Grant Program. May 2014 – April 2015. ($599,905)
  16. Howard M, Heyland D, Bernard C, Slaven M, Hanvey L, You, Sudore R. iGAP – Improving General Practice Advance Care Planning. Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Ontario. May 2014 – April 2017. ($1,045,981)
  17. Howard M, MacLennan A, Winemaker S, White J, Hansen N. Family Practice provision of a palliative approach: Indicator development and pilot test. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Community Physicians, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($4,844)
  18. Kouyoumdjian F, Hwang S, Matheson F, Kiefer L, Silva D, Brown G. Planning Grant. Defining priorities and creating a network for prisoner health research in Canada. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. February 2014. ($24,890)
  19. Kouyoumdjian F. Developing knowledge translation skills and a project to improve prison health in Canada. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Professional Development Grant. March 2014. ($4,000)
  20. Kwan, M.Y.W., & Cairney, Understanding Behavioural and Environmental Contexts of Young Adults Transitioning into University. J. Standard Operating Grant, Insight Development Grant Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. 2014-2016. ($74 304)
  21. Lee J, Milligan J, McMillan C, Bauman C, Giangregario L, Lee L. Spinal Cord Injury in Primary Healthcare/Mobility Clinic Project. Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation. January 2014 - December 2014. ($110,000)
  22. Lee L, Heckman G, Molnar F, Seitz D, Rochon P, Mamdani M, Hoch JS, Isaranuwatchai W, Aminzadeh F. Planning Meeting to Evaluate Health System Impacts of an Integrated Primary Care-Based Model of Dementia Management for Seniors.  Alzheimer Society of Canada.  March 2014 - February 2015. ($9,950)
  23. Lee L, Patel T. Frailty Markers in Primary Care: A Systematic Review. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Community Physicians, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)
  24. Lee L, Patel T. Inappropriate medication use and serious medication adverse events in community-dwelling seniors with dementia: a systematic review[Part I]. Primary Health Care System Program Knowledge User Applied Healthcare Research Question, Department of Family Medicine, Western University. January 2014 - March 2014. ($11,260)
  25. Lee L, Patel T. Inappropriate medication use and serious medication adverse events in community-dwelling seniors with dementia: a systematic review [Part II]. Primary Health Care System Program Knowledge User Applied Healthcare Research Question, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University. January 2014 - March 2014. ($13,514)
  26. Lee L, Pefanis J, Milligan J. “C5-75”Demonstration Project to Improve the Care of Medically Complex Patients. Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. May 2014 - April 2015.  ($179,012)
  27. Lee L, Slonim K. Capturing the Voices and Perspectives of Patients and Caregivers Engaged in the Centre for Family Medicine Family Health Team’s Memory Clinic. Primary Health Care System Program Knowledge User Applied Healthcare Research Question, Department of Family Medicine, Western University. May 2014 - February 2015. ($15,365)
  28. Lee-Poy M, Nagge J, McMillan C. TransEducation: Development and implementation of a trans-university, trans-disciplinary, trans-learner education curriculum on transgender health. Program for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (PIPER), McMaster University. January 2014 – December 2014. ($5,000)
  29. Mangin D, Dolovich L, Agarwal G, Siu H. Deprescribing to Optimize Medicine Use and Safety in Seniors. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Family Medicine Associates, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)
  30. Ng S, Willett T, Brydges R, Grierson LEMEM, Jones-Bonofiglio K, Luctkar-Flude M, Tavares W. An Online Flipped Classroom Experience in Continuing Professional Development. Office for Continuing Education and Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Continuing Education Research and Development Award. 2014-2015. ($4,956)
  31. Parekh R, Dipchand AI, Hebert D, Kim SJ, Nathan PC, Ng VL, Paterson JM, Solomon M, Thomas KE. Long-Term Survival in Childhood Solid Organ Transplants. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. April 2014-March 2018. ($514,679)
  32. Redwood-Campbell L, McKee R, Lobo L, Shaikh S. Attitudes, barriers, and enablers towards conducting primary care research in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Family Medicine Associates, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)
  33. Sanborn M, Grierson LEMEM, Upshur R, Vakil C, & Marshall L. Survey of Environmental Health Concerns, Knowledge and Learning Needs of Family Medicine Residents. The College of Family Physicians of Canada Janus Research Grant. 2014-2015 ($5,915)
  34. Siu H, Price D, Howard M, Chan D, Mangin D. The edosette study – optimizing medication use and safety in community dwelling seniors. Department of Family Medicine Pilot Funding for Family Medicine Associates, McMaster University. May 2014 – June 2015. ($5,000)