2016-2017 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry University of Alberta

 
2016-2017 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry University of Alberta
DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE
           Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
                       University of Alberta

Research & Scholarly Activity
                      Report

          2016-2017
2016-2017 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry University of Alberta
FAMILY MEDICINE RESEARCH &                                                       MESSAGE FROM THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR
SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE
PERIOD JULY 1, 2016 – JUNE 30, 2017                                              This year’s annual report presents yet another
                                                                                 productive year of research in our growing
                                                                                 program. Grants, publications, presentations -
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                impressive lists all. I want to highlight one particular
                                                                                 list though that I find particularly heartening - the
Message From The Department Chair ..................... 1                        residents and students. Looking at that list, I see not
Introduction By The Research Director .................... 2                     just this year’s report but the future of research in
                                                                                 family medicine. Our researchers’ contributions are
Research Committee ................................................ 3
                                                                                 many, but their mentorship of these residents and
Faculty & Research Staff .......................................... 4            students may well be the most important of all.
Awards & Accolades ................................................. 5
Research Grants/Projects
    Grants Received (Peer-Reviewed) ..................... 9
    Grants Received (Non Peer-Reviewed) ........... 11
    Grants Received From NAAFP ......................... 12
    Non-Funded Projects ....................................... 13
    Ongoing Projects.............................................. 17
    Ongoing Projects Funded By NAAFP................ 22
Publications (Peer-Reviewed) ................................ 23
Publications (Non Peer-Reviewed)......................... 34
Books, Book Chapters, Monographs, Technical
Reports ................................................................... 35
Other Media/Publications/Products ...................... 36
Presentations ......................................................... 43                         Dr. Lee Green, Professor and Chair
Research Forum ..................................................... 67                                Department of Family Medicine
Family Medicine Grand Rounds ............................. 67                                           Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
Other Research-Related/Scholarly Activity ............ 68
Family Medicine Research Day .............................. 78                       MISSION:
Practice Quality Improvement (PQI) Projects ........ 80                              To promote, support, create and disseminate
Summer Student Research Projects ....................... 85                          research knowledge and scholarly activity in
                                                                                     the discipline of family medicine, increase
Graduate Research Assistants ................................ 88
                                                                                     research capacity in the Department of Family
Acknowledgements ................................................ 89                 Medicine, and enhance the research skills of
                                                                                     faculty members, residents and students.
Contact
                                                                                     VALUES:
Research Office, Department of Family Medicine                                        Excellence and quality in research and
6-10 University Terrace                                                                scholarly activity;
University of Alberta                                                                 Interdisciplinary collaboration on research
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2T4                                                      projects;
Tel: (780) 492-8102/8306; Fax: (780) 492-2593                                         Highest ethical standards in the conduct of
https://www.ualberta.ca/family-medicine/research                                       research projects; and
                                                                                       The diversity of generalist family practice
                                                                                       and the research questions that arise.
Editors: Chun Yan Goh, Kimberley Duerksen & Olga
         Szafran
© 2018

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2016-2017 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINE Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry University of Alberta
INTRODUCTION BY THE RESEARCH DIRECTOR

                                 This comprehensive report
                                 provides details on the
                                 extensive research and
                                 scholarly activities that
                                 have taken place in our
                                 Department during the
                                 academic year 2017/2018.
                                 Two awards, deserve
                                 special    mentions.     In       Family Medicine Clinic, Kaye Edmonton Clinic
                                 recognition of Dr. Lee
                                 Green’s extensive research
career, a distinguished “Research Professorship” granted by
the University of Michigan; and Dr. Scott Garrison received
the “Researcher of the Year” award by the Edmonton Zone
Medical Staff Association (EZMSA). To our knowledge, this is
the first time a family physician received the EZMSA’s
research award.

The table of contents can guide you to the various sections in      Family Health Clinic, Northeast Community
                                                                                  Health Centre
the report. If you are interested in our more recent research
activity you may want to review the grants received. The
ongoing projects and publications sections illustrate the
eclectic nature of our research. There are also many unfunded
projects and our Northern Alberta Academic Family
Physicians (NAAFP) endowment fund has provided some
support for projects that are not supported by other
mechanisms. Our research includes a broad spectrum of
topics and our researchers have skills in all types of inquiry
and research methodologies.                                             Grey Nuns Family Medicine Centre

Under other media you will find many useful resources such
as asthma control tools, common medication costs, and a
guide to mobility and independence. The podcasts and tools
for practice contain knowledge synthesis activities including
outputs from our evidence-based medicine (EBM) team of
researchers. Our EBM team of researchers received national
recognition on the cover and in an article of the Canadian
Family Physician’s September 2016 issue.
                                                                       Misericordia Family Medicine Centre
Finally, our residents are developing skills in practice audit
and quality improvement. The titles of our second-year
residents’ practice quality improvement projects are
published near the end of the report.

There is something here for everyone, Bon appétit!

                  - Dr. Donna Manca, Director of Research
         - Ms. Olga Szafran, Associate Director of Research          Royal Alexandra Family Medicine Centre

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RESEARCH COMMITTEE

Research Committee Attendees
 Donna Manca, Committee Chair/ Research Director
 Lee Green, Department Chair
 Olga Szafran, Associate Director (Research)
 Bonnie Dobbs, Research Director, MARD/ Div. of Care of the Elderly
 Jean Triscott, Director, Div. of Care of the Elderly
 Andrew Cave, Research Faculty/ UAH Rep
 Andrea Gruneir, Research Faculty, Div. of Care of the Elderly/ Health Services & Primary Care Research Rep
 Ann Lee, MFMC Rep
 David Moores, Quality & Safety in Family Practice & Primary Care Initiative Rep
 Ginetta Salvalaggio, Research Faculty/ RAFMC/ Distinct Populations Rep
 Oksana Babenko, Research Faculty, Medical Education Researcher
 Shelley Ross, Research Faculty, Medical Education Researcher
 Tara Pidborochynski, Assistant Director, MARD
 Leslie Bortolotto, Quality Coordinator Rep
 Kimberley Duerksen, Research Coordinator, Family Medicine
 Peter Tian, Research Coordinator, Div. of Care of the Elderly
 Tanya Barber, Research Coordinator, EnACt

Research Administrative Staff
 Katherine Carlson
 Chun Yan Goh

Resident Research Representatives 2016-2017
 Alan Elms
 Jasdeep Gill
 Alanna Achen
 Marya Cordell

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FACULTY & RESEARCH STAFF
Academic Faculty
Abraham, Joseph             Assistant Professor                 Klein, Douglas         Associate Professor
Allan, Michael              Professor                           Kolber, Michael        Associate Professor
Au, Lillian                 Assistant Professor                 Konkin, Jill           Associate Professor
Babenko, Oksana             Assistant Professor                 Koppula, Sudha         Associate Professor
Banh, Hoan Linh             Associate Professor                 Korownyk, Christina    Associate Professor
Bell, Neil                  Professor                           Kostov, Sanja          Assistant Professor
Brenneis, Fraser            Associate Professor                 Lebrun, Constance      Professor
Campbell-Scherer, Denise    Associate Professor                 Lee, Ann               Assistant Professor
Cave, Andrew                Professor                           Manca, Donna           Associate Professor
Chan, Karenn                Assistant Professor                 Moores, David          Professor
Charles, Lesley             Associate Professor                 Morros, Michelle       Assistant Professor
Chmelicek, John             Assistant Professor                 Nichols, Darren        Associate Professor
De Freitas, Teresa          Assistant Professor                 Parmar, Jasneet        Associate Professor
Dobbs, Bonnie               Professor                           Perreault, Mark        Assistant Chair, Administration
Donoff, Michel              Professor                           Ross, David            Associate Professor
Drummond, Neil              Professor                           Ross, Shelley          Associate Professor
Garrison, Scott             Associate Professor                 Salvalaggio, Ginetta   Associate Professor
Green, Lee                  Professor/ Chair                    Schipper, Shirley      Associate Professor
Gruneir, Andrea             Assistant Professor                 Spooner, Richard       Professor Emeritus
Humphries, Paul             Professor                           Steblecki, Lisa        Associate Professor
Janke, Fred                 Associate Professor                 Szafran, Olga          Associate Director, Research
Keenan, Louanne             Associate Professor                 Triscott, Jean         Professor
Khera, Sheny                FSO II - Teaching Professor         Waugh, Earle           Professor Emeritus

Research Staff
Aguilar, Carolina          Study Coordinator, BETTER            Hussey Emily           Research Assistant, MARD
Alexanders, Iptisam        Research Administrative Asst         Lavergne, Karine       Research Coordinator, ARCH
Barber, Tanya              Research Coordinator, EnACt          Lewis, Peggy           Reseach Secretary
Bechard, Kaylin            Research Assistant, BedMed           Lindeman, Clifford     Research Coordinator, SPOR
Bhardwaj, Paramjit         Research Assistant, MARD             MacDonald, Jessica     Research Admin Asst, BedMed
Boileau, Allison           Research Assistant, CPCSSN/NAPCReN   Marcoux, Yvonne        Research Assistant, BedMed
Carlson, Katherine         Research Administrative Asst         Mueen, Madiha          Rsch Coordinator, CHANGE/iGAP
Cheng, Jeffrey             Research Assistant, BedMed           Nickel, Sharon         Administrative Asst, EBM
Crawford, Karyn            Admin/Coordinator, IKTN              Olivier, Nicole        Clinical Study Coordinator, EnACt
Cummings Michael           Data Administrator, PIHCIN           Perry, Danielle        Knowledge Translation Expert,
                                                                                       Evidence Rev & Impact Assessment
Davey, Christina           Research Assistant, ACAP             Pidborochynski, Tara   Assistant Director, MARD
Duerksen, Kimberley        Research Coordinator, DoFM           Ramji, Jamil           Knowledge Translation Expert,
                                                                                       Systematic Rev & Guidelines Dev
Finley, Caitlin            Knowledge Translation Expert,        Swearingen, Amy        Research Accounting Assistant
                           Online Program
Forst, Brian               Data Admin, CPCSSN/NAPCReN           Sopcak, Nicolette      Qualitative Rsch Asst, BETTER
Goh, Chun Yan              Research Administrative Asst         Taylor, Matthew        Data Administrator, PCRN
Hamza, Deena               Post Doctoral Fellow, MedEd          Tian, Peter            Research Coordinator, COE
Heatherington, Melanie     Research Coordinator, 5AsT Prog      Ton, Joey              Knowledge Translation Expert,
                                                                                       Best Practice Support Visits & Evidence Rev
Humphries, Serena          Research Associate, CHANGE           Visram, Farah          Research Assistant, BedMed

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES

Faculty

   Dr. Connie Lebrun was inducted into Volleyball Manitoba Hall of Fame (Athlete). The Volleyball Manitoba
    Hall of Fame was established to formally recognize those who have made a significant contribution or who
    have demonstrated outstanding performance in the sport of Volleyball in the province of Manitoba.

   Drs. Debora Corby (Northeast Community Health Centre Family Medicine Clinic), Kimberly Loeffler (Grey
    Nuns Family Medicine Centre), and Ross Dunbar (Westview Physician Collaborative), Shirley Schipper
    (Grey Nuns Family Medicine Centre), and Sudha Koppula (Royal Alexandra Family Medicine Centre), were
    presented with the Department of Family Medicine 2016-2017 Teaching Excellence Award.

   Dr. Jasneet Parmar received the Best Poster Award for the poster “Discovery Toolkit for Family Caregivers
    of Seniors: Facilitating Conversations, Engaging Scholarship” (PARMAR J, Charles L, Brémault-Phillips S,
    Dobbs B, Tian PG, Johnson M) at the 27th Annual Palliative Care Education and Research Days in
    Edmonton, Alberta, October 24, 2016.

   Dr. Lee Green was granted the Research Professorship. The University of Michigan created a set of
    research chairs, each named for an emeritus/emerita considered to have had a distinguished research
    career at Michigan.

   Dr. Lillian Au was receipient of the Physical Skills Preceptor Excellence Award at the Celebration of
    Teaching and Learning, November 8, 2016.

   Dr. Louanne Keenan receivied the Excellence in Pre-Clinical Mentorship Award at the Celebration of
    Teaching and Learning held on November 8, 2016.

   Dr. Paul Humphries was: (i) named Canada’s Family Physicians of the Year by the College of Family
    Physicians of Canada (CFPC) and received the Reg L. Perkin Award; and (ii) designated as a lifetime CFPC
    member.

   Dr. Scott Garrison was awarded the Researcher of the Year 2017 by Edmonton Zone Medical Staff
    Association (EZMSA), March 2, 2017.

   Dr. Shirley Schipper and Ms. Natalia Bincyzk obtained the 3rd place Reviewers’ Choice Award for their oral
    presentation “Impact of competency based medical education on detection of residents in difficulty" (co-
    authors Ross S, Babenko O), at Research Showcase, Annual Scientific Assembly, ACFP, March 3, 2017.

   Dr. Terry DeFreitas was named Chief Medical Advisor by Taekwondo Canada, June 13, 2017.

   MARD team (Pidborochynski T, Tandon P, Dobbs B) earned the Best Poster Award for “Driving
    competency in minimal hepatic encephalopathy patients: Evaluation of an in-office screening tool,” at the
    17th International Society for Hepatic Encephalopathy and Nitrogen Metabolism Symposium, New Delhi,
    India, March 9, 2017.

   The Evidence-based Medicine team (Dr. Michael Allan, Dr. Michael Kolber, Dr. Christina Korownyk, Dr.
    Scott Garrison, Dr. Adrienne Lindblad, Dr. James McCormack, Sharon Nickel) made the cover of the
    September 2016 issue of Canadian Family Physician and were featured in the article “Laughing Alongside
    the Best Evidence.”

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES cont.

   The 2nd place Reviewers’ Choice Award at Research Showcase, Annual Scientific Assembly, ACFP, March 3,
    2017 was awarded for the poster “Gaps in evidence: A novel generalist-driven approach to setting the
    research agenda” (Green LA, Olivier N, Kolber MR, Korownyk C, Allan GM, Foss S, Hannay M, Watt M,
    Deboer L, Kidd Wagner K, McCaffrey B, Patterson E).

Residents

   Dr. Adam Mildenberger, PGY1-Grande Prairie; and Dr. Amy Cockburn, PGY1-Red Deer, were the recipients
    of the Dr. Lionel Adair Ramsay Memorial Award. This award is given to two first-year RAN residents, one
    from Red Deer and one from Grande Prairie, who have made the greatest contribution in the past year to
    helping other residents in the Rural Alberta North Program.

   Dr. Alexandra Knebel, PGY2, was presented with the Westview Physician Collaborative Family Medicine
    Resident Clinical Excellence Award in recognition of her dedication to and excellence in the practice of
    family medicine, evidence-based clinical knowledge, excellence in teaching, professionalism and integrity.

   Dr. Alina Ponomarev, PGY1, received the Westview Physician Collaborative Family Medicine Resident
    Clinical Excellence Award in recognition of her dedication to and excellence in the practice of family
    medicine, evidence-based clinical knowledge, excellence in teaching, professionalism and integrity.

   Dr. Angelina De Cicco was chosen as Resident of the Year by the Primary Care Hospital Team, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Breanne Eksteen was recognized as Resident of the Year by the Department of Pediatrics, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Christopher Beavington, PGY2, was the recipient of the: (i) CFPC Family Medicine Resident Leadership
    Award; (ii) Department of Family Medicine Resident Peer Award. The award’s selection is based on
    contribution to resident well-being, dedication to helping others, reliability, professional behaviour and
    collegiality; and (iii) The Dr. Joe Tilley and The Allin Clinic Family Medicine Award.

   Dr. Fangwei Liu, PGY2, was granted the: (i) CFPC Family Medicine Resident Award for Scholarly
    Achievement, which recognizes outstanding academic accomplishments, including excellent performance
    in family medicine research and innovation in education; (ii) CFPC Research Award for Family Medicine
    Residents; (iii) Department of Family Medicine Resident Research and Scholarship Award. The award
    recognizes the best research and/or scholarly works of a second-year family medicine resident in the
    Department of Family Medicine; and (iv) Westview Physician Collaborative Family Medicine Resident
    Research Award, which recognizes the resident who embraces the principles of evidence-based practice,
    contributes to clinical knowledge base through research and has developed a research proposal or
    completed a research study that shows validity, innovation and originality.

   Dr. Heather Craig was chosen as Resident of the Year by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Grey
    Nuns Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award
    Ceremony.

   Dr. Hillary Korner, PGY2, was presented with the Dr. Paul Humphries Resident as Teacher Award for
    Teaching Excellence in recognition of the teaching contributions of family medicine residents.

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES cont.

   Dr. Jaspreet Lidder, PGY2, obtained the Westview Physician Collaborative Family Medicine Resident
    Leadership Award in recognition of her significant leadership role in both clinical and extracurricular
    activities that has had a demonstrable impact on improving the quality of resident experience within and
    beyond the residency program, furthering the family medicine residency program education mission, and
    advocating on behalf of the specialty of family medicine.

   Dr. Jennifer Olsen was chosen as Resident of the Year by the Department of Family Medicine, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Joanne Tseng was named as Resident of the Year by the Department of Medicine, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Jordan Leung was selected as Resident of the Year by the Department of Geriatrics, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Kiranpal Dhillon, PGY1, was awarded the: (i) Westview Physician Collaborative Family Medicine
    Resident Leadership Award in recognition of her significant leadership role in both clinical and
    extracurricular activities that has had a demonstrable impact on improving the quality of resident
    experience within and beyond the residency program, furthering the family medicine residency program
    education mission, and advocating on behalf of the specialty of family medicine; and (ii) Patricia Ann Peat
    Residency & Student Family Medicine Enhancement Award, which recognizes and assists a medical student
    or family medicine resident who demonstrates a sincere interest in the discipline of family medicine to
    present research findings from family medicine/primary care research generated within the Department of
    Family Medicine at a provincial or national conference.

   Dr. Mila Luchak was recognized as Resident of the Year by the Department of Palliative Care, Grey Nuns
    Community Hospital at the Grey Nuns Medical Staff Association 2017 Spring Banquet Award Ceremony.

   Dr. Rieza Zara, PGY2, was the recipient of the Department of Family Medicine Resident Leadership Award
    in recognition of her strong leadership skills, mentorship ability, dedication to family medicine, and active
    involvement and contribution to the evolution and improvement of the Residency Training Program.

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES cont.

Students

   Christopher Donoff, a summer student (supervisor Dr. Shelley Ross) was awarded the Best Poster, “Does
    formative assessment capture residents’ increased competence from PGY1 to PGY2?” (Donoff C, Ross S,
    Babenko O, Schipper S, Humphries P, Donoff M) at the Celebration of Teaching and Leaning, Faculty of
    Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta, November 8, 2016.

   Ms. Joelle Baskerville, 3rd Year medical student, was presented with the CFPC Medical Student Scholarship
    Award. This award recognizes outstanding medical students who have demonstrated an interest or
    commitment to a career in family medicine.

   Ms. Madalena Dearden, 4th Year medical student, received the CFPC Medical Student Leadership Award,
    which recognizes the leadership abilities of outstanding medical students.

   Ms. Natalia Binczyk, 2nd Year medical student, was the University of Alberta recipient of the 2017 NAPCRG
    Student Family Medicine Primary Care Research Award.

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GRANTS RECEIVED (PEER-REVIEWED)

   Abbasi M, Khera S, Hurst J, Lindeman C, Cunningham C, Dabravolskaj J. Patient Engagement: Seniors’
    Community Hub. Covenant Health. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Abbasi M, Khera S, Oddie S, Cleaver D, Knudson C, Cunningham C, Classen K, Parmar J, Fielding S.
    Innovative Primary Care Models for Seniors’ Health: A Provincial Conference. Community Engagement and
    Conference Grant, Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $10,000 (2017)

   Allan GM, Kolber MR, Korownyk C. Knowledge Translation and Dissemination, Physician Learning
    Program/Lifelong Learning, University of Alberta. $500,000 (2017-2018)

   Aubertin P, Kriellaars D, Leroux LP, Ungar M, Klein D. Introduction of Circus Arts and its Impact on Physical
    Literacy, Creativity and Resilience. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $239,785 (2015-2018)

   Barwich D, Duggleby W, Pesut B, Dalhuisen M, Ghosh S, Holroyd-Leduc J, Warner G, Parmar J
    (collaborator). An Integrated Knowledge Translation Approach to Examining a Model of Volunteer
    Navigation (NCARE) to Support Older Adults Living With Advanced Chronic Illness in the Home. Canadian
    Institutes of Health Research. $202,911 (2016-2019)

   Bello A, Brimble K, Drummond N, Ronksley P, Tangri N, Mangin D, Singer A. Improving Care and Outcomes
    of Patients With CKD in Primary Care. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $164,156 (2016-2017)

   Campbell-Scherer D, Giacomoni P, Luig T, Sharma A, Sturgiss E. Using Human-Centred Design to Support
    Personalized Obesity Prevention and Management. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $25,000 (2017-
    2019)

   Cave AJ, Bhutani M, Mayers I, Fuentes Rodriguez S, Soos B, Pham A, Williamson T, Drummond N. CPCSSN
    Case Definition for Adult Asthma: Development and Validation. Family Physicians Airways Group of
    Canada. $5,000 (2017)

   Daniels L, Nadon L, Babenko O. Reducing Burnout and Enhancing Lifelong Learning in High Achieving
    Students: A Motivational Perspective. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $17,500 (2017-
    2018)

   De Freitas T, Boulaine M, Balyk R, Glasgow R, Lalani A, Sheps D, Williams C, Pothier N, Short H.
    Interdisciplinary Care of Shoulder Injuries: Quality of Care for Patients With Prolonged Shoulder Pain.
    Edmonton Zone Medical Staff Association. $18,5000 (2017-2018)

   Drummond N. Secondary Use of Data Project Demonstration Project 3: Balanced Diabetes Quality
    Measurement Set. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $130,000 (2016-2017)

   Fisher K, Griffith L, Gruneir A, Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J. Disability Associated With Multimorbidity including
    Mental Health Conditions: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Canadian Population-Based Data. Canadian
    Institutes of Health Research. $69,500 (2017-2018)

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GRANTS RECEIVED (PEER-REVIEWED) cont.

   Garrison S, Lewanczuk R, Bakal J, Hill M, Katz A, Mcalister F, McGrail K, Perry B, Trueman D, Allan GM,
    Bahler B, Kolber M, Korownyk C, Drummond N, Green LA, Manca D, Manns B, Mccormack J, McCracken R,
    Norris C, Padwal R, Singer A, Wong S. The BedMed Initiative - Making Better Use of Existing Therapeutics.
    Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (PRIHS). $1,191,988 (2016-2019); Canadian Institutes of Health
    Research. $1,420,736 (2017-2022)

   Gitzel B, Keenan L, Ho K, Kaliszuk I. Exploring the Oral Health Awareness of Junior and Senior High School
    Students With Mild Cognitive Disability. Oral Health Community Engagement Fund. $5,000 (2017-2019)

   Khera S, Dabravolskaj J, Abbasi M, Sadowski C, Ramji J, Yapp A. Improving Medication Management for
    Seniors Living With Frailty in the Community. Edmonton Zone Medical Staff Association. $39,948.76 (2017-
    2018)

   Klein D, Humphries S, Mathew R, Clark S, Svrcek C, Lo T. CHANGE Adventure Camp. Recreation and
    Physical Activity Division, Province of Alberta. $24,527 (2017-2018)

   Koehn S, Drummond N. Building Trust to Facilitate Access to Dementia Care for Immigrant Older Adults.
    Alzheimer Society of Canada. $119,623 (2016-2018)

   Nixon L, Burns V, Drummond N, Day J. Peter Coyle Place: A Case Study of an Innovative Approach to
    Housing Older Adults With High and Complex Health and Social Needs. O’Brien Institute of Public Health.
    $15,987 (2016-2018)

   Orantia E, Allan GM. Best Evidence Exchange Roadshow Academic Detailing Pilot Project. Ontario
    Innovation Fund. $50,000 (2017)

   Poth C, Ross S. Developing and Validating Mixed Methods Research Competencies. Advancement of
    Scholarship Operating Grant, University of Alberta. $6,773 (2017-2018)

   Rawling J, Ross S. The Alberta International Medical Graduates (AIMG) Experience: A Case Study. Health
    Science and Medical Education Research and Innovation Fund, Office of Health and Medical Education
    Scholarship (OHMES). $10,000 (2017-2019)

   Rewa O, Bagshaw S, Gibney N, Steblecki L, Straube S, Voaklander D. Closing the Loop - Enhancing
    Communication Between Intensive Care Physicians and General Practitioners for Improved Patient Care
    Following Critical Illness. Edmonton Zone Medical Staff Association. $40,000 (2017-2018)

   Rochon P, Bronskill S, Austin P, Bell C, Farrell B, Gill S, Gruneir A, Hermann N, Jeffs L, Lix L, Mccarthy L,
    Metge C, Seitz D, Upshur R. A Multi-Method Approach to Exploring Prescribing Cascades. Canadian
    Institutes of Health Research. $488,069 (2017-2020)

   Salvalaggio G, Mercier T, Kirkwood J, Meador K, Kyshka E. Optimization of Hospital-Primary Care
    Continuity for an Inner-City Patient Population. Edmonton Zone Medical Staff Association. $39,500 (2017-
    2018)

   Fabreau G, McBrien K, Nguyen V, Lang E [collaborator: Salvalaggio G]. Coordinated Care Team for
    Vulnerable Patients With Complex Care Needs. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $1,800,000 (2016-
    2019)

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GRANTS RECEIVED (PEER-REVIEWED) cont.

    Vogod S, Brown H, Dennis C, Gruneir A, Thombs B, Brett D, Walker M. Postpartum Depression Action
     Toward Causes and Treatment (PACT) - Canada: Predictive Analytic Models for Postpartum Depression
     Risk. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $200,000 (2017-2018)

GRANTS RECEIVED (NON PEER-REVIEWED)

    Cave AJ, Drummond N, Kaplan A, Fuentes S, Davey C, Kazemi S. Paediatric Asthma in Canada: An
     Epidemiological and Retrospective Cohort Study. AstraZeneca Canada. $32,605 (2017-2018)

    Cave AJ, Drummond N, Rodriguez Fuentes S. Educational Alpha 1 AntiTrypsin Deficiency Project in Primary
     Care. Grifols Canada Ltd. $42,425 (2016-2021)

    Campbell-Scherer D, Sharma A. Improving Obesity Management Training in Family Medicine. Novo
     Nordisk Canada Inc. $192,886 (2016-2018)

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GRANTS RECEIVED from Northern Alberta Academic Family Physicians (NAAFP) Endowment
Fund

The NAAFP Endowment Fund provides support (maximum $5,000) for family medicine projects that are deemed to benefit the
department but are generally not supported by other mechanisms. The projects may be for educational innovations, residency or
visibility, information technology innovations, or small scale research projects.

   Au L, Babenko O, Szafran O, Koppula S. Family Physicians Interest and Experience in Clinical
    Teaching. $5,000 (2016-2020).

   Parmar J, Chan K, Charles L, Dobbs B. Building Structures to Support Family Caregivers of Seniors in Acute
    and Continuing Care Facilities. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Garrison S, Olivier N, Green L, Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C, Padwal R, Manns B. BedMed Trial. $4,995
    (2016)

   Green L, Loeffler K, Ross D, Mannarino M, Donoff M, Bell P, Khera S, Chiodo M, Perreault M, Swearingen,
    A. Academic Teaching Site Metrics Project. $20,379 (2016)

   Khera S. Improving Care Experience, Efficiencies and Quality Care for Seniors’ in Alberta. Campus Alberta
    2016 Health Outcomes and Public Health Meeting Grant. $4,900 (2016-2017)

   Klein D. Development of the CHANGE Adventure Camp. $4,800 (2016-2018)

   Kolber M, Torrie R, Olivier N, Taylor M. Alberta Family Physician Electronic Endoscopic Reporting (AFPEE) -
    FIT Sub-Study. $5,000 (2016)

   Konkin J, Janke F, Babenko O. Community Preceptors’ Experience of Engagement With a New Family
    Residency Program. $5,030 (2016-2017)

   Petryk S, Pickard A, Korownyk C. Survey of Emergency Department Discharge Information. $200 (2016)

   Ross S. Development of a Residency Graduates Tracking Database. $4,887.50 (2017)

   Sui C, Salvalaggio G, Taylor M, Leung E, Twan S. Development of a Poverty Intervention Resource for
    Edmonton’s Inner City Community Members. $5,000 (2016-2017)

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NON-FUNDED PROJECTS

    Babenko O, Campbell-Scherer D, Schipper S, Chmelicek J, Ross S. A Novel Use of a Benchmark
     Examination to Explore Accuracy of Residents’ Self-Assessment.

    Babenko O, Ross S, Schipper S, Chmelicek J, Campbell-Scherer D. Use of a Benchmark Examination to
     Identify Gaps and Opportunities in Curriculum in a Family Medicine Residency Program.

    Banh HL, Cave AJ. Primary Non-Adherence With Lipid Lowering Agents in Patients in Family Medicine in
     Edmonton, Alberta.

    Bell N. Clinical Prevention Leaders (CPL) Training Program. Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care
     and Knowledge Translation Program.

    Birtwhistle R, Lambert-Lanning A, Grava GI, Drummond N, Godwin M, Griever M, Keshavjee K, Lagacé C,
     Lussier MT, Manca D, Rosser W. The Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN).

    Birtwhistle R, Reynolds D, Lang E, Lewin G, Grad R, Singh H, Bacchus M, Bell N. Presenting GRADE Guideline
     Recommendations Statements for Clinical Practice. Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute.

    Campbell-Scherer D, Green LA, Nease DE. Development of an Interactive Model for Patient Panel
     Management in Family Practice: Evaluation of Depression and Other Chronic Diseases as Markers of
     Patient Complexity.

    Campbell-Scherer D, Triscott J. Spectrum of Multimorbidity in Geriatric Patients.

    Chan K, Charles L, Dobbs B. Validation of the Test Your Memory (TYM) Self-Administered Cognitive
     Screening Test in a Canadian Geriatric Assessment Clinic Population.

    Classen K, Parmar J, Babiuk J, Tian P. Responding to the Needs of Families and Residents in Continuing
     Care: Piloting a Toolkit for Continuing Care Resident and Family Advisory Councils.

    Drummond N. CPCSSN Case Definition for Hearing Loss: Development and Validation.

    Finley C, Chan D, Garrison S, Korownyk C, Kolber M, Campbell S, Eurich D, Lindblad A, Vandermeer B,
     Allan GM. What are the Most Common Conditions in Primary Care? A Systemic Review.

    Flores C, Keenan L, Moreira N. Informed Consent in Orthodontics: Toward an Understanding of Adult
     Patients’ Experiences and Perceptions of Their Comprehension and Recollection.

    Garcia-Rodriquez JA, Dickinson J, Perez G, Ross D, Au L, Ross S, Babenko O, Johnston I. Procedural
     Knowledge and Skills of Family Medicine Residents in Alberta.

    Garrison S, Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C. Cochrane Systematic Review - Magnesium for Nocturnal Leg
     Cramps.

    Garrison S, Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C, Heran B. Cochrane Systematic Review: Blood Pressure
     Targets for Hypertension in Older Adults.

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NON-FUNDED PROJECTS cont.

   Garrison S, Allan GM, Korownyk C, Green L, Singer A, McGrail K, Wong S, McCormack J, Olivier N, Manca
    D, Katz A, McCracken R, Lewanczuk R, Bahler B, Bakal J, Hill M, McAlister F, Padwal R, Drummond N,
    Manns B, Norris C, Leduc C. The Pragmatic Trials Collaborative.

   Garrison S, Allan GM, Korownyk C, Kolber M, Liu FW. The Seasonality of Disease.

   Garrison S, Finley C, Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C, Eurich D. An Exploration of How Minimal Clinically
    Important Differences Are Used in the Planning and Reporting of Randomized Trials.

   Garrison S, Green LA, Allan GM, Korownyk C, Kolber M, Flesher M, Heran B. The Effect of Diet and
    Medication Timing on Anticoagulation Stability in Users of Warfarin: The INRange RCT.

   Garrison S, Heran B. Bariatric Surgery Correlates.

   Garrison S, Heran B. Sequence Symmetry Methods.

   Garrison S, Heran B, Su B. Drug Responders Regression Model.

   Garrison S, Liu S. Stopping Trials Early for Benefit: A Monte Carlo Simulation.

   Garrison S, McCracken R, McCormack J, Wong S. An Exploration of the Effect on Hypertensive Older Adults
    of a Lower Achieved Blood Pressure on the Development of Cognitive Impairment.

   Garrison S, McGrail K, Lavergne R, Law M, Peterson S. Physician and Region Level Variation in Health Care
    Services Use.

   Garrison S. A New Theory for the Etiology of Skeletal Cramps.

   Gill J, Estey M, VanSpronsen A, Babenko O, Martindale R, Barakauskas V, Thomas D, Rodriquez-Capote K,
    Higgins T. Out of Alignment? Characterizing Thyroid Testing Utilization in Edmonton.

   Humphries P, Ross S, Donoff M, Chiodo M. Competency-Based Framework for Evaluating Family Medicine
    Graduates.

   Janke F, Keenan L. Improving Teaching Efficacy in Rural Medicine Preceptors.

   Janke F. Community Preceptors’ Experience of Engagement With a New Family Medicine Residency
    Program in Fort McMurray.

   Janke F. Do Mandatory Rural Rotations Work?

   Janke F. Factors Influencing Choice of Family Medicine Residency Program and Future Practice
    Considerations (Rural or Urban): CaRMS Survey Secondary Data Analysis (SDA).

   Jepson M, Kirkham A, Smith K, Salvalaggio G, Ross S, Dong K. Development of an Attitudinal Assessment
    Tool to Evaluate Health Care Learners Attitudes Towards Inner City Populations.

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NON-FUNDED PROJECTS cont.

    Kar S, Power C, Camicioli R, Alagiakrishnan K, Lechelt K, Peng J, Triscott J. Epigenetic Etiologies of Sporadic
     Alzheimer’s Disease.

    Keenan L, Ahmed R, Charles L, Davila-Cervantes A, Kirkham A, Smith K, Torrealba Y. A Collaborative Inquiry
     into the Experience of Early Career Women in Medical and Dental Academia.

    Keenan L, Lang M. FOMD Leadership Development Qualitative Study.

    Keenan L, Torrealba Y, Cable C. Practice and Work Pattern Differences Between Male and Female
     Orthodontists in Canada.

    Khabra K, Keenan L, Compton S. Oral Health in Community Dwelling of Older Adults.

    Konkin J, Janke F, Ross S, Babenko O. Factors Associated With Residency Program Choice.

    Konkin J, Suddards C, Brenneis F, Lemoine D. ICC (Integrated Community Clerkship) Graduates
     Comparative Quantitative Study.

    Konkin J, Suddards C, Brenneis F, Lemoine D. ICC (Integrated Community Clerkship) Program Evaluation:
     Year 3 Student Survey.

    Konkin J, Suddards C, Lemoine D, Auvigne S. PNME (Preclinical Networked Medical Education)
     Comparative Quantitative Study.

    Konkin J. Rural ICC (Integrated Community Clerkship) 2008-2012 Preceptor and Allied Health Study.

    Koppula S, Babenko O. Family Physicians’ Perceptions on Participating in Peer Coaching.

    Kraut RY, Brown E, Korownyk C, Katz LS, Vandermeer B, Babenko O, Gross MS, Campbell S, Allan GM. The
     Impact of Breast Reduction Surgery on Breastfeeding: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

    Lebrun C, Mrazik M. Predictors of Concussions in College Athletes.

    Lebrun C, Mrazik M. The Psychosocial Impact of Sports-Related Concussion in Youth Ice Hockey Players.

    Liu S, Singer A, McAlister F, Peeler W, Heran B, Drummund N, Manca D, Allan GM, Korownyk C, Kolber M,
     Greiver M, Garrison S. Assessing the Quality of Oral Anticoagulant Therapy in Canadian Primary Care
     Practices: A Retrospective Study Using the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN).

    Martinez YT, Keenan L, Linke B. Effectiveness of the CAD-CAM Compare Software in Evaluating Tooth
     Preparations.

    Miyagishima R, Hopper T, Carroll L, Drummond N. CPCSSN Case Definition for Pelvic Floor Disorders:
     Development and Validation.

    Miyagishima R, Hopper T, Carroll L, Drummond N. CPCSSN Case Definition for Speech Disorders:
     Development and Validation.

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NON-FUNDED PROJECTS cont.

   Moores D, Chiodo M. Education and Training for Quality and Safety in Primary Care - Roles of Significant
    Event Analysis in Quality Improvement.

   Moores D, Green L. Development of Required Operating Procedures (ROPs) for Accreditation of Person
    Centered Medical Home (PCMH) - A Collaboration With Accreditation Canada.

   Moores D. Critical Incident Stress Management During Medical Education.

   Nichols D, Saleh Z. Service, Character, and Ethical Leadership: A Model for Rural Youth Development.

   Nichols D. Family Violence and Bullying Community Survey.

   Nichols D. Perspectives of First Year Medical Students in Choosing Rural Practice.

   Nichols D. Rural ICC (Integrated Community Clerkship) Preceptor Study 2017.

   Nichols D. Student Learning Experiences in Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship Versus Traditional Block
    Clerkship.

   Parmar J, Charles L. Decision Making Capacity Assessment Training for Physicians.

   Parmar J. Discovering What Care That Honours Seniors Means to Albertans.

   Parmar J. Responding to the Needs of Families and Residents in Continuing Care: Piloting a Toolkit.

   Pickard A, Petryk S, Babenko O, Davis P, Korownyk C. From the Emergency Department to Clinic: A Survey
    Designed to Investigate the Continuity of Patient Care Through Effective Communication Between ER and
    Family Physicians.

   Ronsky P, Williamson T, Drummond D, Manca D. Complex Chronic Disease and High System Use.

   Ross S, Donoff M, Schipper S, Humphries P. eCBAS Secondary Data Analysis.

   Ross S, Humphries P, Poth C, Schipper S, Donoff M, Nichols D, Babenko O. Evaluating a Competency-
    Based System for Professional Education.

   Ross S, Humphries P, Poth C, Schipper S, Donoff M, Nichols D, Babenko O. Design and Implementation of
    A Competency-Based Achievement System for Family Medicine Residency Education.

   Schipper S, Ross S. Evaluation of the Triple-C Competency-Based Curriculum.

   Schipper S. Selection for Family Medicine Residency Training - Time to Sharpen Our Tools?

   Tan A, Koppula S, Babenko O, England A, Humphries P, Hillier T. Residents as Teachers.

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ONGOING PROJECTS

    Abbasi M, Khera S, Dobbs B, Enns C, Green L, Donoff M, Bell N, Anderson D. Seniors Community HUB –
     Oliver Primary Care Network. Covenant Health Network of Excellence in Seniors’ Health and Wellness.
     $188,244 (2015-2018)

    Allan M, Carroll L, Clark A, Donovan L, Doucette K, Eurich D, Green LA, Homick J, Majumdar S, McNeely M,
     Newton A, Oswald A, Padwal R, Raine K, Robinson J, Rowe B, Scott S, Stickland M, Staube S, Tsuyuki R,
     Voaklander D, Vohra S, Wild C. University of Alberta Evidence Review Synthesis Centre. Public Health
     Agency of Canada & Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation. $200,000 (2015-2017)

    Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C. Knowledge Translation and Dissemination. Alberta College of Family
     Physicians. $600,000 (2013-2019)

    Aubertin P, Kriellaars D, Klein D, Leroux LP, Ungar M. Social Games: Improving Quality of Life for Children
     With Cerebral Palsy. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $240,000 (2015-2018)

    Aubry A, Dell C, Hodgins D, Wild C. Acoose S, Agrey N, Aitchison K, Bastien B, Bercov M, Bokitch A,
     Bourassa C, Brache K, Butt P, Chalmers D, Christensen D, Currie C, Currie S, Dong K, Durson S, El-Guebaly N,
     Enns B, Episkenew JA, Field AA, Greenshaw A, Henry R, Kaye J, Lee B, Mackay M, Mykota Novotna G,
     Ogenchuk M, Ohinmae A, Rasmussen C, Salvalaggio G, Sherren N, Silverstone P, Stea J, Tait C, Ulan S,
     Weber-Pilwax C, Willerth K. Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse - Node. Canadian Institutes
     of Health Research. $1,750,000 (2015-2019)

    Babenko O, Daniels L, Oswald A, Ross S, White J. Exploring Goal Orientations of Learners in Professional
     Education and of Practicing Professionals. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. $34,784
     (2016-2019)

    Bell N, Szafran O, Robertson S, Jacobs P, Williams B. Multidisciplinary Team-Based Care and Medication
     Management in the Treatment of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care Settings: A Family
     Physician Survey. Sanofi Aventis. $35,000 (2009-2018)

    Birtwhistle R, Reynolds D, Lang E, Lewin G, Grad R, Singh H, Bacchus M, Bell N. Integration of Canadian
     Task Force on Preventative Health Care Guidelines into the Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Canadian
     Task Force on Preventative Health Care. $20,000 (2015-2018)

    Bremault- Phillips SC, Parmar J, Charles L, Roduta Roberts M, Mitra A. Spreading and Sustaining the
     Decision Making Capacity Assessment (DMCA) Model: Development and Evaluation of a DMCA Model
     Implementation and Sustainability Network. Covenant Health Network of Excellence in Seniors’ Health and
     Wellness. $200,000 (2014-2017)

    Brown A, Despres J, Belanger M, Brent M, Brown D, Cafazzo J, Carpentier A, Farkouh M, Fernyhough P,
     Gregory-Evans K, Lewis G, Legare F, Maberley D, McGavok J, Perkins B, Rochon P, Sullivan F, Manca D,
     Drummond N. SPOR Network in Diabetes and its Related Complications. Canadian Institutes of Health
     Research. $31,208,100 (2016-2021)

    Cave AJ, Johnson D, Grimshaw J. Pediatric Asthma Pathway for Primary Care. Alberta Innovates - Health
     Solutions (PRIHS). $749,800 (2015-2018)

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ONGOING PROJECTS cont.

   Chen G, Quan H, Kaplan G, Lix L, Drummond N. An Enhanced Method to Measure Chronic Disease Burdens
    Using Health Administrative Data. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $229,923 (2013-2016)

   Cherry N, Dobbs BM, Wagg A. A Mobile Clinical Research Laboratory (MobLab) for Use in Community-
    Based Research. Canadian Foundation for Innovation. $255,521 (2014-2019)

   Cook H, Estabrooks CA, Keefe J, Andrew M, Armstrong H, Armstrong P, Aubrecht C, Berta W, Bourgeault I,
    Braedley S, Burge F, Choiniere J, Cloutier D, Cummings G, Daly T, Fifield H, Grabusic C, Gruneir A, Hillmer
    M, Hoben M, Knowles R, MacDonald L, Marshall E, McGregor M, Norton P, Poss J, Schalm C, Silvius J,
    Stajduhar K, Stevens S, Taylor D, Teare G. Seniors - Adding Life to Years (SALTY). Canadian Institutes of
    Health Research. $349,675 (2016-2020)

   Davison S, Fassbender K, Sonnenberg B, Fainsinger R, Montgomery C, Jajszczok M, Klarenbach S, Triscott J,
    Tan A, Chmelicek J, Vollman A, Sinnarajah A, Brisebois A, Ghosh S, Rose S, Holroyd-Leduc J, Mrkias K,
    Forbes D. Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Provincial Kidney Conservative Care Pathway.
    Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (PRIHS). $750,000 (2015-2018)

   Dong K, Johnston C, Taylor M, Hyshka E, Salvalaggio G. Implementing Harm Reduction Services in Acute
    Care: Patient and Healthcare Provider Experiences. M.S.I. Foundation. $98,000 (2016-2018); Canadian
    Institutes of Health Research. $15,000 (2016-2019)

   Drummond N, Birtwhistle R. The Implementation of a ‘Data Presentation Tool’ in Primary Care Clinics to
    Enhance the Surveillance, Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease. Public Health Agency of
    Canada. $1,000,000 (2016-2018)

   Drummond N, Green L, Johnson D, Noseworthy T, O’Beirne M, Oddie Scott, Rowe B, Young K. The Alberta
    SPOR Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations Network. Canadian Institutes of Health Research
    and Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $1,250,000 (2015-2020)

   Duggleby W, Ploeg J, McAiney C, Parmar J, Holroyd-Leduc J, Peacock S, Brazil K, Nekolaichuk C, Ghosh S,
    Forbes D, Kassalainen S, Huhn A, Classen K, Woodhead Lyons S, Baxter S. Feasibility Study of an On-Line
    Intervention for Family Caregivers of Residential-Living Frail Older Persons. Canadian Frailty Network
    Catalyst Grant. $74,254 (2016-2017)

   Emery CA, Hagel BE, Lebrun CM. Alberta Program in Youth Sport and Recreational Injury Prevention.
    Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (CRIO). $2,500,000 (2013-2018)

   Green LA. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (AIHS) Translational Health Chair. Chair in Community-
    Partnered Scholarship in Primary Care. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $4,200,000 (2013-2020)

   Green LA. Early Audiology Referral in Primary Care (EAR-PC). United States Public Health Services.
    $2,042,694 (2013-2018)

   Gruneir A, Anderson GM, Bell C, Bronskill S, Dhalla I, Rochon P. Transitions Across the Health Care System
    and the Risk of Rehospitilization in Older Women and Men. Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
    $268,384 (2012-2018)

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ONGOING PROJECTS cont.

    Gruneir A, Anderson GM, Bronskill SE, Cigsar C, Rochon PA. Repeat Emergency Department Visits Among
     Long-Term Care Residents in Ontario. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $300,000 (2012-2017)

    Gruneir A, Drummond N, Dobbs B, Wagg A, Manca D, Bakal J, Robertson D, Mansell L. Older Adults With
     Dementia and Their Use of Acute Care Services in Alberta. M.S.I. Foundation. $93,000 (2015-2018)

    Gruneir A, Griffith L, Markle-Reid M, Patterson C, Ploeg J. Estimating Health Service Utilization Associated
     With Multimorbidity: A Comparison of Self-Reported Health Service Utilization and Chronic Disease Status
     Data With Routinely Collected Administrative Health Care Utilization Data. Canadian Institutes of Health
     Research. $246,987 (2013-2017)

    Gruneir A, Wagg A, Drummond N, Dobbs B, Babenko O. Dementia in Primary Care: A National Study Using
     Electronic Medical Records. University Hospital Foundation for Medical Research. $24,513 (2015-2017)

    Grunfeld E, Fillion L, Sisler JJ, Brouwers MC, Carroll JC, De Angelis C, Fitch MI, Heisey RE, Husain AF, Jones
     JM, Krzyzanowska MK, Lofters AK, Manca DP, Maxted JM, Miller FA, O’Brien MA, Porter GA, Sussman J,
     Webster F, Winget MD. Canadian Team to Improve Community-Based Cancer Care Along the Continuum
     (CanIMPACT). Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $2,500,000 (2013-2018)

    Herrmann N, Rej S, Gruneir A, Garg A. Examining the Association Between Lithium Levels and Poor Renal
     Outcomes in Older Lithium Users: A Population-Based Longitudinal Cohort Study. The Ontario Mental
     Health Foundation. $96,071 (2016-2018)

    Heyland D, Klein D, Brauer P, Campbell-Scherer D, Day A, Gramlich L, Green LA, Jeejeebhoy K, Klein J,
     McCabe C, Mutch D, Reichert S, Rheaume C, Sharma A, Taylor L, Tremblay A. An Evaluation of the CHANGE
     Lifestyle Intervention in Primary Care: A Multicenter Cluster Randomized Trial. Canadian Institutes of
     Health Research. $100,000 (2015-2016)

    Holtrop J, Green LA, Dickinson M, Dickinson P, Luo Z. Maximizing Care Management: Effectiveness in
     Primary Care. United States Public Health Services. $668,037 (2014-2016)

    Huhn A, Jette N, Holroyd-Leduc J, Breamult-Phillips S, de Grood J, Dua T, Freel S, Gallagher-Thompson D,
     Green T, Hanson H, Kastner M, Kulak A, Parmar J, Pot AM, Rooney B, Williams A. Implementation and
     Evaluation of A Multi-Component Online Resource for Caregivers of Persons With Dementia. Canadian
     Institutes of Health Research. $200,000 (2015-2017)

    Janke F. Survey of the Graduates of the Prince Albert Enhanced Surgical Skills Program: A Qualitative Study
     to Gather Information on Comfort Level With Skills Taught, Skills Used Before and Now as Well as Current
     Skills and Scope of Practice. Rural Coordination Centre of BC. (2016-2017)

    Jensen L, Charles L, Hurst J, Risling E, Christopher E. Transitions in Care Pilot: Early Identification and
     Support. Covenant Health Network of Excellence in Seniors’ Health and Wellness. $200,000 (2015-2017)

    Keenan L, Chiu Y. Low Income Immigrant Seniors and Housing Needs. Homeward Trust Edmonton. $20,000
     (2015-2017)

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ONGOING PROJECTS cont.

   Klein D, Heyland D, Green LA, McCabe C, Gramlich L, Klein J, Jeejeebhoy K, Taylor L, Campbell-Scherer D,
    Reichert S, Mutch D, Brauer P, Day A, Trembley A. CHANGE Cancer Alberta. Alberta Health. $1,223,209
    (2015-2018)

   Klein D, Humphries S, Taylor L. Increasing Pulse Intake in Primary Care Patients: The CHANGE Cancer
    Alberta Intervention’s Increase Pulse Module and Toolbox. Pulse Growers Association of Alberta. $216,300
    (2016-2019)

   Kolber M, Green LA, Torrie R. Alberta Family Physician Electronic Endoscopy (AFPEE) Study. Alberta Rural
    Physician Action Plan. $15,000 (2015-2016)

   Koppula S, Szafran O, Duerksen K. International Medical Graduates’ Experiences and Communication With
    Cross-Cultural Patient Populations. Dr. Scott H. McLeod Family Medicine Memorial Fund. $10,169.68
    (2013-2016)

   Manca D, Aubrey-Bassler K, Lofters A, Grunfeld E, Shea-Budgell M, Campbell-Scherer D. BETTER-WISE:
    Building on Existing Tools to Improve Cancer and Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening in Primary
    Care for Wellness of Cancer Survivors and Patients. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (CPRO Grant).
    $2,705,822 (2016-2021)

   Manuel D, Bronskill S, Costa A, Gruneir A, Patrick J, Tanuseputro P, Welch V. Predictors of Admission to
    Long-Term Care Facilities in the Population. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $41,370 (2014-2017)

   Markle-Reid M, Ploeg J, Bender D, Forbes D, Fraser K, Gafni A, Ganaan R, Griffith L, Gruneir A, Kaasalainen
    S, Matthew-Maich N, McAiney C, Patterson C, Rojas-Fernandez C, Taberner C, Thabane L, Triscott J, Upshur
    R, Valaitis R, Williams A. Centre for Research in Community Interventions to Promote Optimal Aging.
    Health System Research Fund Program Awards, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
    $3,265,903 (2013-2016)

   Marshall D, Cibere J, Teare S, Campbell-Scherer D, Faris D, Green LA, Kopec J, Mrklas K, Sharif B, Wasylak
    T. Building Partnerships to Improve Care of Early Knee Osteoarthritis Patients: Co-Developing A Risk
    Management Tool. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $200,000 (2016-2018)

   Maxwell C, Bronskill S, Austin P, Gill S, Gruneir A, Hogan D, Patten S, Seitz D, Teare G, Thavorn K, Wodchis
    W. Exploring Frailty and Its Role in the Assessment of High Risk Medications and Risk for Poor Health
    Outcomes in Vulnerable Populations. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $330,803 (2014-2017)

   Min J, Parmar J, Fast J, Funk L, Strohschein L, Keating N, Zheng Wu, Spinks N. Health, Wealth and
    Happiness: Dynamics of Family and a Good Old Age. Kule Institute for Advanced Study. $100,000 (2016-
    2017)

   Palacios M, Ross S, Lawrence K, Dogba J, Malin G, Parkkari M, Archibald D, Leduc C, Wycliffe-Jones K, Côté
    L, Topps DA, Bhella VS, Lee SM, Hofmeister ML, Mintsioulis SJ, Slade S, Cote K, Ellaway R. Qualitative
    Understanding and Evaluation Study of Triple C (QUEST) Study. College of the Family Physicians of Canada.
    $50,000 (2015-2016)

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ONGOING PROJECTS cont.

    Paszat L, Lofters A, Grunfeld E, O’Brian MA, Pinto A, Satradhar R, Selby P, Manca D, Lansdrop-Vogelaar I,
     Sullivan F, Glazier R, Donnelly P, Rabeneck L, Baxter N, Tinmouth J, Kyle R, Petrusiak MA, Nesbitt J, Wall B,
     Pellizzari R, Gardner C, Simon L. Advancing Cancer Prevention in Deprived Neighbourhoods. Canada Cancer
     Society Research Institute. $299,806; Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $299,806 (2015-2019)

    Ploeg J, Bournes D, Marke-Reid M, Anderson C, Farrell M, Paetkau S, Akhtar-Danesh N, Baptiste S, Bender
     D, Duggleby W, Emili A, Feldman S, Forbes D, Fraser K, Gafni A, Ganann R, Garnett A, Ghosh S, Gibson M,
     Griffith L, Gruneir A, Hirst S, Kaasalainen S, Keefe J, Matthew-Maich N, Mcainey C, Patterson C, Peacock S,
     Rojas-Fernandez C, Sadowski C, Triscott J, Upshur R, Valaitis R, Williams A. Innovative Community-Based
     Approaches to Promote Optimal Aging for Older Adults With Multiple Chronic Conditions and Their
     Caregivers. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $2,500,000 (2013-2018)

    Rochon PA, Bronskill SE, Gruneir A, Austin PC, Bell CM, Gill SS, Hermann N, McCarthy L, Seitz DP.
     Optimizing Prescribing of Cholinesterase Inhibitors for Older Women and Men. Physician Services
     Incorporated Foundation. $169,834 (2015-2017)

    Ross S, Babenko O, Chan M, Daniels V, Donoff M, Humphries P, Lebrun C, Morros M, Nichols D, Oswald A,
     Schipper S, Walton J. Perceptions of Feedback in Workplace-Based Training: Developing Teaching
     Materials Based on Evidence From an Observational Study. Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund,
     University of Alberta. $51,031 (2016-2018)

    Salvalaggio G, McCabe C, Wild C. Enhanced Multidisciplinary Care for Inner City Patients With High Acute
     Use. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions (PRIHS). $750,000 (2015-2018)

    Sharma AM, Campbell-Scherer D, Cave AJ, Fielding S. Implementation and Validation of the 5As
     Framework of Obesity Management in Primary Care. Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions. $748,500 (2013-
     2017)

    Williamson T, Affleck E, Aubrey-Brassler K, Fabreau G, McBrien K, Natarajan N, Ronskey P, Singer A, Wong
     S, Barber D, Chafe R, Chan K, Drummond N, Garies S, Halas G, Johnson D, Katz A, Manca DP, Nixon L,
     O’Beirne M. Characterizing High System Use Across the Primary-Tertiary Care Continuum: Parallel Analyses
     of Select Canadian Health Datasets. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $76,631 (2016-2017)

    Wodchis W, GM Anderson, Denis JL, Cohen E, Guttmann A, Barnsley J, Tanuseputro P, Manuel D, Bierman
     A, Berta W, Bronskill SE, Gruneir A, Kuluski K, Laporte A, Lum J, Lyons R, Williams P, Cott C, Durbin J, Lin E,
     Morisano D, Ungar W, Maxwell C, McKillop I, Denis J, Kone A, Moore Hepburn C, Peckham A, Rudoler D,
     Watkins J. Health System Performance Research Network. Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
     $4,645,190 (2013-2016)

    Wong S, Katz A, Williamson T, Davidson H, Edwards J, Mazowita G, Baumbusch J, Drummond N, Manca D,
     McCracken R, McGrail K, Price M, Singer A. Validation of Administrative and Primary Care Electronic
     Medical Record Derived Frailty Algorithms. Canadian Institutes of Health Research. $114,650 (2015-2016)

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ONGOING PROJECTS FUNDED BY Northern Alberta Academic Family Physicians (NAAFP)
Endowment Fund

The NAAFP Endowment Fund provides support (maximum $5,000) for family medicine projects that are deemed to benefit the
department but are generally not supported by other mechanisms. The projects may be for educational innovations, residency or
visibility, information technology innovations, or small scale research projects.

   Banh HL, Cave A, Flook N, Flook R. Primary Adherence With Lipid Lowering Agents in Patients in Family
    Medicine Clinic in Edmonton. $5,000 (2014-2017)

   Campbell-Scherer D, Sharma A, Luig T. Implementation of Complex Interventions: Understanding the
    Interactions between Implementation Process, Context, and Outcomes in the 5As Team Intervention
    Study. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Charles L, Parmar J, Abbasi M, Khera S, Bremault-Phillips B, Dobbs B, Tian P. A PCN-Based Clinical Pathway
    for Decision Making Capacity Assessment (DMCA). $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Charles L, Parmar J, Bremault-Phillips S, Dobbs B, Tian PG. Creation of a Customized Tool to Facilitate
    Confidence and Ease in Decision Making Capacity Assessments Among Family Physicians: A Pilot Study.
    $4,917 (2014-2017)

   Garrison S, Allan GM, Kolber M, Korownyk C, Sadatsafavi M, Heran B. A Descriptive Study of COPD
    Exacerbations, Management and Hospitalizations in Patients Under the Care of Family Physicians and
    Respiratory Specialists. $5,000 (2016)

   Jamieson J, Chan K, Dobbs B, Charles L, Tian P. People of Dementia. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Klein D, Moniz K, Humphries S, Hastings-Morris S, Hall G, Kallio M, Mueen M, Taylor L. CHANGE Adventure
    Camp: Television Pilot for Community Engagement. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Klein D, Moniz K, Humphries S, Hastings-Morris S, Hall G, Kallio M, Mueen M, Taylor L. CHANGE Family
    Camp: Curriculum Pilot. $5,000 (2016-2018)

   Kolber M, Olivier N. Alberta Family Physician Electronic Endoscopy (AFPEE- Fecal Immune Test (FIT)
    Dissemination. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Kolber M, Olivier N. Alberta Family Physician Electronic Endoscopy (AFPEE- Fecal Immune Test (FIT) sub-
    study. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   MacDonald T, Green L, Bailey A. Data Specification Diagram for Health Outcomes and Family Physician
    Patient Volume study. $5,000 (2016-2017)

   Ross D. Critical Thinking Teaching Modules Using White Board Technology. $4,723 (2016-2017)

   Szafran O, Bell N, Robertson S, Green L. Patients’ Perceptions on Team-Based Care Within PCNs. $4,977
    (2014-2018)

   Triscott J, Dobbs B, Charles L, Tian P. Care of the Elderly Health Guide. $4,989 (2014-2017)

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