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Publications

CHSPR’s record of publications speaks to its productivity and ability to capitalize on the interdisciplinary nature of the Centre. It is a concise measure of the success of our goals, and serves as a compelling demonstration of CHSPR’s capacity for high quality and diverse research. 

Most recent publications are presented below; a complete listing of CHSPR publications is available in the archive.

CHSPR Investigators listed in bold
CHSPR Students marked with *

Peer-Reviewed Articles

 

Birtwhistle RV, Morkem R, Peat G, Williamson T, Green ME, Khan S and Jordan K. Osteoarthritis in Family Physician Practices in Canada: A Report of the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN).  CMAJ Open, 2015; 3(3): E270-275. DOI: 10.9778/cmajo.20150018. Summary published in Print Edition of CMAJ. Gray D, Hogg W, Zhang Y and Green ME.  Did Family Physicians Who Opted Into a New Payment Model Earn More? Experimental Evidence from Ontario.  Canadian Public Policy 2015: 41(2):151-165.

Gray D, Hogg W, Green ME, Zhang Y. « Êtes-vous dans une meilleure situation économique qu’il y a quatre ans? Examen de la perception du revenu des médecins de famille en Ontario » (in French) L’Actualité économique, Revue d’analyse économique, 91, 3, séptembre 2015.

Green ME, Natarjan N, Williamson T, Khan S, O’Donnell DE, Kotecha J, and Cave A.  Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Canadian Primary Care: A CPCSSN Study.   CMAJ Open 2015:3(1); E15-E22.  DOI: 10.9778/cmajo20140040

Harris S,B, Green ME, Belle-Brown J, Roberts S, Russell G, Fournie M, Webster-Bogaert S, Kotecha J, Han H, Thind A, Stewart M, Reichert S, Tomkins J and Birtwhistle RV.  Impact of a Quality Improvement Program on Primary Healthcare in Canada: A Mixed-methods Evaluation.  Health Policy 2015; 119(4): 405-416.

Kotecha J, Han H, Green ME,  Russell G, Martin M and Birtwhistle RV.  The Role of the Practice Facilitators in Ontario Primary Healthcare Quality Improvement.  BMC Family Practice, 2015; 16: 93 p 1-8.  DOI 10.1186/s12875-015-0298-6

McColl MA, Aiken A, Smith K, McColl A, Green ME, Godwin M, Birtwhistle RV, Norman K, Brankston G, Schaub M.  Actionable Nuggets:  Knowledge translation about special populations for Family Medicine.  Can Fam Phys 2015: 61; e240-8.

Kotecha J,  Belle Brown J, Han H,  Harris SB,  Green ME, Russell G, Roberts S, Webster-Bogaert S Fournie M, Thind M,  Reichert SM,  Birtwhistle  RV.  Influence of a quality improvement collaborative proram on team functioning in primary healthcare.  Families, Systems and Health, 2015; 33(3): 222-230. 

 


Presentations


Birtwhistle R, Glazier R, Green ME, Dahrouge S, Frymire E, Barber D, Greiver M, and Terry A.  Linking Electronic Medical Records with Administrative Data:  Diabetic Control and Hospital and Emergency Room Utilization.  Trillium Primary Care Research Day, Toronto, June 4, 2015.


Birtwhistle R, Glazier R, Green ME, Dahrouge S, Creiver M, Terry A, Barber D, Martin K and Frymire E.  Lessons Learned in Linking an EMR with Health Administrative Data:  The Case of ICES and CPCSSN.  North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Oct 27, 2015.

Birtwhistle R, Glazier R, Green ME, Dahrouge S, Frymire E, Barber D, Greiver M, and Terry A.  Linking Electronic Medical Records with Administrative Data:  Diabetic Control and Hospital and Emergency Room Utilization.  North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Oct 27, 2015.

Dahrouge S, Muldoon L, Heale R, Green METranmer J, Howard M, Mark A, Taljaard M, Brown J, Johnston S and Agarwal G.  Creating Meaningful Composite Scores for Primary Care.   North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Oct 27, 2015.

Green ME, Harris S, Webster-Bogaert S, Han H, Kotecha J, Koop A, Ho M, Birtwhistle R, and Glazier R.  A Population Based Analysis of the Impact of a Provincial Quality Improvement Program on Primary Health Care in Ontario, Canada.  Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, Australia, Dec 7, 2015.  Highly Commended Abstract Award

Green ME, Walker J, Jacklin K, Jones C, Frymire E, Shaw B and Moineddin R.  Working Together:  A Collaborative Apporach to Population Based Health Services Research with First Nations in Ontario, Canada.  Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, Australia, Dec 7, 2015. 


Green ME, Jaakimainen L, Reid G, Frymire E, Hall-Parber K, Schraeder K, Xu J, Dahrouge S and Glazier R.   Access to Primary Health Care and Utilization of Walk in Clinics and Emergency Rooms in Ontario.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, May 27, 2015.  

Green ME, Jaakimainen L, Reid G, Frymire E, Hall-Parber K, Schraeder K, Xu J, Dahrouge S and Glazier R.  Access to Primary Health Care and Utilization of Walk in Clinics and Emergency Rooms in Ontario. 2015 International Health Conference, St. Hugh’s College, Oxford, UK, June 25, 2015. 


Green ME, Jaakimainen L, Reid G, Frymire E, Hall-Barber K, Schraeder K, Xu J, Dahrouge S and Glazier R. Access to Primary Health Care and Utilization of Walk in Clinics and Emergency Rooms in Ontario.  Trillium Primary Care Research Day, June 4, 2015.

Green ME.  Innovating Indigenous Primary Care in Alberta, CIHR/AHIS funded symposium. Invited facilitator/co-convenor.  Calgary, Alberta Jan 22-23, 2016.

Green ME,  Walker J, Jones C, Jacklin K, Shah B and Frymire E.  Reducing the Burden of Diabetes in Ontario First Nations.  Poster, Chiefs of Ontario Research Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 22, 2016.

Green ME, Wabano MJ, and Hopkins C.  An new generation in First Nations led health research – the opportunity.  Invited panel presentation.  Chiefs of Ontario Research Symposium, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 22, 2016.

Green ME.  Supporting the conduct and use of patient-oriented research: working with Indigenous people or populations.  OSSU Masterclass on Patient Oriented Research, Toronto, April 19, 2016.

Green ME.   The Patient’s Medical Home in Ontario.  BC College of Family Physicians Symposium on the Patient’s Medical Home. Vancouver BC,  April 29, 2015

Gozdyra P, Dahrouge S, Frymire E, Glazier R, Green ME, Muldoon L and Tranmer J. Geographic Availability, Proximity and Accessability to Primary Care Doctors: Review and Application of Methods (Workshop).  North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Oct 26, 2015.

Martin M, Kotecha J, Han H, MacLaren S, Green ME, and Birtwhistle R.  Cost to Provide Allied Healthcare to Patients in a Rural Hospital-at-Home Demonstration Program in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.  North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Cancun, Mexico, Oct 26, 2015. 

Smith G*, Green ME and Ouellette-Kuntz H.  Update of Periodic Health Exams Among Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities from 2009-2015.  Trillium Primary Care Research Day, June 4, 2015.

Wong ST, Haggerty J, Katz A, Wodchis W, Ploeg J, Green ME, Kaczorowski J, Liddy C, Grunfled E, Young K, Audas R, Zhang M, Harris S and Fortin M.  Opportunities for Cumulative Learning and Implementation of Innovations in Delivery of Primary Health Care Services:  What Can be Learned from Canada’s 12 PHC Teams?  Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Melbourne, Australia Dec 9, 2015.

Books and Book Chapters

 

McColl MA, Pollock N. Measuring occupational performance using a client-centered perspective. In M. Law, C. Baum & W. Dunn (Eds.), Measuring occupational performance (3rd ed.). Thorofare, NJ: Slack Inc. 2015

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles

 

Cameron Duarte JJ, McColl MA. Learning client-centred practice:  Experience of occupational therapy students interacting with expert patients. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 22 (4), 322-324.

Chen S-P*Koller M, Krupa T, Stuart H. Contact in the Classroom:  Developing a Program Model for Youth Mental Health Contact-Based Anti-stigma Education.  Community Mental Health Journal, 52(3), 281-293.

Gaebel W, Zaske H, Zielasek JK, Rose Cleveland H, Samjeske K, Stuart H, Arboleda-Flórez J, Akiyama T, Baumann AE Gureje O, Krupchanka D, Larach V, Matthews L, Mellsop G, Ndetei DM, Okasha TA, Padalko E, Spurgeoun A, Tyszkowska M, Sartorius N.  Stigmatization of Psychiatrists and General Practitioners:  Results of an International Survey.  European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 2015, 265(3): 189-197.

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. Knowledge, practices and challenges related to implementing breast cancer survisorship guidelines in the primary care setting: Results of a mixed methods study. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24 (Suppl 2), 11-12.

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. A comprehensive framework and key guideline recommendations for the provision of evidence-based breast cancer survivorship care within the primary care setting. Family Practice, 32 (2), 129-140.

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J, Langley H.  Are primary care providers implementing evidence-based care for breast cancer survivors? Canadian Family Physician, 61, 978-984.

McColl MAAiken A, Smith K, McColl A, Green ME, 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 May;61(5):e240-8.

McColl MAAiken A, Schaub M. Do people with disabilities have trouble finding a family physician? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2015 (12), 4638-4651.

McColl MA, Shortt C, Bond R*, Shannon D. People with disabilities & the Charter: Disability rights at the Supreme Court of Canada under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. 2016. 5(1), 183-210.

Moll S, Patten SB, Stuart H, Kirsh B, MacDermid J. Beyond Silence:  Protocol for a Randomized Parallel-group Trial Comparing Two Approaches to Workplace Mental Health Education for Healthcare Employees.  BMC Medical Education, 2015, 15: 78-87.

Patten SB, Williams JVA, Lavorato DH, Bulloch AGM, Charbonneau M, Gautam M, Moss P, Abbey S, Stuart H.  Perceived Stigma among Recipients of Mental Health Care in the General Canadian Population.  The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, e-publication ahead of print, 2016, 1-9.

Shannon D, Giancarlo A, McColl MA. More than voting booths: Accessibility of electoral campaigns for people with disabilities in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 4 (1), 89-110.

Stuart H, Sartorus N, Liinamaa T, Images Study Group.  Images of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists.  Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 2015, 131(1): 21-28.

 

Presentations

 

Cramm H, Aiken AMcColl MA. Mental health and children in military families: A scoping review of issues and needs. The American Occupational Therapy Association, Chicago, IL. April 6, 2016 (podium presentation).

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. Evidence-based breast cancer survivorship care in southeastern Ontario: A mixed methods study. Annual Kingston Nursing Research Conference, Kingston, Ontario, March 2015 (podium presentation).

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. Knowledge, practices and challenges related to implementing breast cancer survivorship guidelines in the primary care setting: Results of a mixed methods study. 8th Annual Meeting of the Cancer and Primary Care network Research International Network (CA-PRI): New Partnerships in Primary Care Cancer Research, Aarhus, Denmark, May 2015 (podium presentation).

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. Implementation of breast cancer survivorship guidelines by primary care nurse practitioners in southeast Ontario: Results of a mixed methods study.  Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology, CANO/ACIO Annual Conference 2015, Toronto, ON, October 2015 (podium presentation).

Lucktar-Flude M, Aiken AMcColl MATranmer J. Primary care provider perceptions of the challenges and opportunities related to providing comprehensive evidence-based breast cancer survivorship care. Canadian Cancer Research Conference, Montreal, PQ, November 2015.

McIntyre L, Stuart H, Robertson C. (2015) Education Session:  Fighting for Our Members – The Stigma of Mental Health/Addictions and Canadian Nurses Association Policy, Ontario Nurses Association Educational Day, Toronto, Ontario, November 19, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H. A Rose By Any Other Name:  Common Errors in the Use of Epidemiologic Concepts, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen’s University, February 11, 2016 (Invited).

Stuart H. Stigma and Recovery:  The Eight Deadly Sins.  Keynote Address, Inaugural Anti-stigma Conference at St. Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton, October 7, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H. Mental Health Stigma:  The Eight Deadly Sins.  Special Symposium, “Lucha Contra El Estigma”, World Association of Social Psychiatry and Sanofi Adventis, Antigua, Guatemala, October 2-5, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H. The Economic and Social Impact of Mental Health:  The Role of Stigma, Roundtable on Workplace Mental Health for Small and Medium Sized Business in Ontario, Sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Toronto, September 10, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H. Stigma:   A Human Rights Perspective.  SHAD Program, Queen’s University, Kingston, July 28, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H, Bernard M. Breaking the Silence:  The 3rd Annual Bell Lecture on Mental Health and Anti-stigma, The Neptune Theatre, Halifax, June 25, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H.  Stigma:  A Human Rights Perspective.  (Invited Keynote Address)  Crisis Services:  Innovative and Collaborative Approaches.  31st Annual Crisis Workers Conference, Kingston, Ontario, June 11-12, 2015 (Invited).

Stuart H. Stigma:  A Human Rights Perspective.  (Invited Keynote Address) Rights for Life National Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, June 2-3, 2015 (Invited).

Thompson K, Chen S-P*, Dobson K, Stewart S, Davis MacNevin P, Henderson L, Decaire JLiinamaa T, Krupa , Stuart H, Teehan M. The Caring Campus    Project – A Intervention to Address Substance Misuse on Canadian campuses. Panel presented at the 2015 International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges. Kelowna, BC, June 2015.

Stuart H.  Mental Illness Stigma within A Police Culture.  XXXIVth International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, International Academy of Law and Mental Health, Sigmund Freud University, Vienna, July 12-17, 2015.

 

Other Publications

 

Miller B, Smith E, Roberts LMcColl MA. Policy governing support for mobility aids for people with disabilities in Canada. 2015.

Connelly C, Roberts LMcColl MA. Policy governing employment supports for people with disabilities in Canada. 2015.

Connelly C, McColl MA. Recommendation to the changing workplaces review. Ontario Ministry of Labour. 2015.

Books and Book Chapters

 

Johnson AP, Stukel T (editors). Handbook of Health Services Research – Volume on Medical Practice Variations (26 chapters). 2015 (epub). 

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles 

 

Mann EG, Johnson A, VanDenKerkhof EG. Frequency and characteristics of healthcare visits associated with chronic pain: results from a population-based Canadian Study. Canadian Journal of Anesthesia. 2016 DOI: 10.1007/s12630-015-0578-6.

Farahani P, Johnson AP, Whitehead M, Rohland S. Sex/Gender-Based Pharmacology and Statin Utilization amongst elderly patients with diabetes. Clin Invest Med 2015; 38 (6): E371-E383.


Johnson AP, Parlow JL, Whitehead M, Xu J, Rohland S, Milne B. Body mass index, outcomes, and mortality following cardiac surgery in Ontario, Canada. J Am Heart Association. 2015; 4: 1-13.

VanDenKerkhof EG, Mann EG, Torrance N, Smith BH, Johnson AP, Gilron I. An epidemiological study of neuropathic pain in the general population of Canadian adults. Pain Research and Management. 2015; 20:1-9.

Johnson AP, Mahaffey R, Rylan E, Parlow JL. Identifying barriers to implementation of postoperative pain management strategies in developing countries: A focus group study in Rwanda. Pain Resource Management. 2015. 

 

Presentations 

 

Farahani P, Johnson AP, Whitehead M, Rohland S. Gender differences for High potency statin utilization amongst elderly patients with diabetes in Ontario, Canada. The American Diabetes Association’s 75th Scientific Sessions – Boston, MA, USA, June 2015 [Diabetes, 2015; 64 (supplement 1): A181]

Farahani P, Johnson AP, Whitehead M, Rohland S. Ten-year trends in utilization of bioequivalent doses of statin amongst elderly patients with diabetes. The American Diabetes Association’s 75th Scientific Sessions – Boston, MA, USA, June 2015 [Diabetes, 2015; 64 (supplement 1): A177]


Farahani P, Johnson AP, Whitehead M, Rohland S. Clinical gaps in statin therapy amongst elderly patients with diabetes according to age and gender. ENDO 2015 – The Endocrine Society's 97th Annual Meeting & Expo – San Diego, CA, USA, March 2015 [Endocrine Reviews, Volume 36, Issue 2 Supplement, FRI-675]