Résultats de l'outil d'établissement de liens entre partenaires pour la subvention de fonctionnement : effets sur la santé des feux de forêts en Alberta

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Coordonnées Province ou territoire Domaine d'intérêt Catégorie d'intervenants Renseignements supplémentaires
Belleville, Geneviève
Professor
French & English
genevieve.belleville@psy.ulaval.ca
Tél. : 1-418-656-2131 ext.4226
Quebec, Université Laval PTSD; Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in adults / La résilience des adultes en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie Researcher I have received a small grant to collect data on PTSD, sleep and other mental health symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, in Fort McMurray this past summer. I have yet to finalize the results, but roughly 60% of the respondents from this convenience sample suffer from significant PTSD symptoms. I wish to follow up with a population survey, with an online self-help intervention component focusing on sleep and some other selected PTSD symptoms. Any proposition to help complete the research team (which already include a sleep specialist, a PTSD specialist and a cyberpsychology specialist, all based in the province of Quebec) would be welcome. We are still looking for a knowledge user, a decision-maker, a community leader and a disaster medicine expert.
Brown, Norman (en anglais seulement)
Professor 
English
nrbrown@ualberta.ca
Tél. : 780 492-4604
Alberta
University of Alberta
Cognitive Psychology – autobiographical memory/collective memory Researcher, co-pi I have worked extensively studying the impact of collective upheaval (e.g., war, terrorism and natural disaster) on the organization and contents of autobiographical memory. In theory this work has mental health implications which I believe can be fruitfully explored in the context the Fort McMurray fire.
Carlsten, Chris
Associate Professor (Medicine; Public Health); Respirologist; Director of Air Pollution Exposure Lab (en anglais seulement)
English
carlsten@mail.ubc.ca
Tél. : 604-875-4729
BC
University of British Columbia
Laboratory studies to demonstrate the effects of air pollution (including wood smoke) on the lungs; lab studies to demonstrate ways to protect the lungs from this damage; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher
Lacy, Paige (en anglais seulement)
Professor
English
paige.lacy@ualberta.ca
Tél. : 780-492-6085
Alberta
University of Alberta
Metabolomics, inflammation, respiratory research, occupational hygiene; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher I am experienced in nuclear magnetic resonance-based metabolomics analysis and would like to analyze samples (blood, urine) from firefighters who were engaged in the Alberta fires in 2016 as part of an effort to describe biomarkers of smoke exposure. I have published on metabolomics analysis of mouse and human samples. My collaborators are Dr. Sebastian Straube and Dr. Bernadette Quemerais, who are experts in occupational hygiene and medicine.
Salami, Bukolam (en anglais seulement)
Assistant Professor
English
bukola.salami@ualberta.ca
Tél. : 780-248-1801
Edmonton, Alberta
University of Alberta
Immigrant Health; Temporary Foreign Workers Health; Internal Migrants; Any project that incorporates immigrant sample Researcher My area of research is immigrants health. In the past, I have examined the health of immigrant children as well as the health of temporary foreign workers in Alberta. There are a significant number of temporary foreign and internal migrants in the affected communities. I can contribute my expertise related to migration, displacement and health.
Scannell, Leila
Banting Postdoctoral Researcher
English
Leila.Scannell@RoyalRoads.ca
Tél. : 250-391-2600 ext. 4358
British Columbia
Royal Roads University
Environmental psychology; place attachment; social psychology; survey research; mixed methods; Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in children / La résilience des enfants en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie Postdoctoral Researcher I am currently working as a Postdoctoral researcher in the ResiliencebyDesign Lab at Royal Roads University, under the supervision of Dr. Robin Cox. Our lab focuses on arts-based and other participatory research with disaster-affected youth. However, I am also well-versed in quantitative psychological methods.
Shu-Ping, Chen (en anglais seulement)
Assistant Professor
English
shuping2@ualberta.ca
Tél. : 780-492-3905
Alberta, University of Alberta Campus mental health and addition; Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in children / La résilience des enfants en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie Researcher I was trained as an occupational therapist and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Alberta. My teaching and research focus on people with mental health issues, including two main themes: social inclusion for individuals with mental illnesses and mental health promotion. I have expertise in research related to stigma reduction, recovery, resilience, and substance misuse. I have been working with Mental Health Commission of Canada's Opening Minds Anti-stigma Initiatives to tackle stigma on multiple fronts. Currently, I am one of the lead investigators for The Caring Campus Project. This multi-institutional project focuses on substance misuse issues, aiming at reducing the stigma associated with substance misuse and creating a more inclusive campus environment.
Tomanek, Boguslaw
Associate Professor
English

tomanek@ualberta.ca
Tél. : 780-492-7029
Alberta, University of Alberta MRI; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher I have over 30 years of experience in medical imaging, particularly in MRI.
Kaul, Padma
Associate Professor
English

pkaul@ualberta.ca
Canadian VIGOUR Centre (en anglais seulement)
Alberta
University of Alberta
Health Services Research; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher  
Chan, Arthur
Assistant Professor
English

416-978-2602
arthurwh.chan@utoronto.ca
Environmental Organics Laboratory (en anglais seulement)
Ontario
University of Toronto
air pollution, atmospheric measurements, atmospheric chemistry, toxicology; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher I am an atmospheric chemist studying the health impacts of air pollution. My expertise lies in measuring and characterizing pollutants, understanding their transformation in indoor and outdoor environments, and conducting cell and animal studies on pollutant toxicities. Within our team, we are also developing microfluidic devices to evaluate toxicity.
Kim, Jong-Sung (en anglais seulement)
Assistant Professor
Director of Health & Environments Research Centre
English

902-494-4225
jskim@dal.ca
Nova Scotia
Dalhousie University
Toxicology, Environmental Public Health, Environmental & Occupational Health, Nanotoxicology, Exposure Assessment; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher My research program and research activities seek to answer a number of emerging research questions on the health risks of ultra-fine particles (UFPs)/nanoparticles (NPs) including key mechanisms of NP toxicity using an innovative toxicology approach. My training has focused on a broad range of toxicology and risk assessment, in particular, inhalation toxicological evaluation of airborne nanoparticles (NPs)/ultrafine particles (UFPs) using human lung cells and animal models. In addition an integrated approach that includes both toxicology studies and full characterization of NPs has been used in my nanotoxicology studies through a multidisciplinary team: Inhalation toxicology, Genotoxicology, Carcinogenesis, and Occupational Health, indicating inherently interdisciplinary nature of my research.
Drolet, Julie (en anglais seulement)
Associate Professor
English
jdrolet@ucalgary.ca
Alberta
University of Calgary
Disaster recovery; resilience; community; children and youth; qualitative research; Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in children / La résilience des enfants en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie Researcher Dr. Julie Drolet is an experienced disaster social work researcher based in Edmonton, Alberta. She is currently engaged in several research projects: Alberta Resilient Communities Project - Engaging Children and Youth in Community Resilience Post-Flood in Southern Alberta; and Rebuilding Lives Post-Disaster - Innovative Community Practices for Sustainable Development.
Franc, Jeffrey
Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine
English

780 700 6730
jeffrey.franc@gmail.com
MedStatStudio (en anglais seulement)
Alberta
University of Alberta
Disaster Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Statistics, Statistical Computing, Machine Learning; Occupational health and safety for those living and working in the fire zone, including first responders and emergency clean-up crews / La santé au travail pour ceux qui vivent et qui travaillent dans la zone incendiée, incluant les premiers répondants et les équipes de nettoyage post-sinistre Researcher, Disaster Medicine Expert I hold a masters degree in Disaster Medicine and I am a faculty member at the University of the Eastern Piemonte in Novara, Italy, where I teach at a masters degree course in Disaster Medicine. I also hold a masters degree in Applied Statistics and have published many articles in disaster medicine. I previously worked as the Medical Directory for AHS Emergency/Disaster Medicine from 2010 to 2015.
Bremault-Phillips, Suzette (en anglais seulement)
Assistant Professor
English

587-985-4161
suzette2@ualberta.ca
Alberta
University of Alberta
mental and spiritual health, resilience, rehabilitation, community engaged research; Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in adults / La résilience des adultes en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie Researcher My clinical and research experience and expertise as a medical rehabilitationist in the areas of mental and spiritual health and resilience has positioned me to conduct research while simultaneously being sensitive to the experiences and needs of the population. With a focus on community-engaged scholarship, I have experience building strong relationships with stakeholders and study participants. My research employs mixed method designs so as to capture as robust of data as possible.
McDonald-Harker, Caroline (en anglais seulement)
Assistant Professor, (Disaster, Children/Youth, Family, Resilience)
Faculty Affiliate with MRU Centre for Community Disaster Research
Disaster Sociologist
English/French

403-828-5802
cmcdonaldharker@mtroyal.ca
Calgary
Alberta
Mount Royal University
Disasters and family; children/youth; psychosocial impacts; health, functioning and well-being; resilience; and mixed methods (qualitative and qualitative); community-engaged research; Researcher, Resiliency related to the mental health and addictions in children / La résilience des enfants en lien avec la santé mentale et la toxicomanie

I am a Disaster Sociologist in Calgary, Alberta with expertise in community-engaged disaster research, specifically in the areas of disaster-affected children/youth; family; health, functioning and well-being; and resilience. I am currently engaged in three other disaster research projects:

  1. "The Effects of Environmental Disasters on the Family: Communicating, Coping, and Caring Among Families Impacted by the 2013 High River Alberta Floods" (SSHRC Partnership Development Grant with myself as Principal Investigator and Dr. Tim Haney as Co-Researcher);
  2. "Alberta Resilient Communities (ARC) Project: Engaging Children and Youth in Community Resilience Post-flood in Southern Alberta" (Alberta Innovates Health Solutions (AIHS) CRIO Grant with myself as Collaborative Co-Lead, Dr. Julie Drolet as Collaborative Lead, and Dr. Robin Cox as Collaborative Co-Lead);
  3. "A Peer Support and Mentoring Pilot Project for Community Service Providers and Children/Youth in Fort McMurray, Alberta: Developing Collaborative Support for Community Resilience and Disaster Recovery" (MRU Centre for Community Disaster Research Quick Response Grant with team above).
Olson, David
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
English
david.olson@ualberta.ca
780-492-2765; 8559
Alberta University of Alberta Perinatal health, developmental trajectories, interventions, Researcher; Team building, research leadershipPerinatal health, developmental trajectories, interventions,

I am leading a team that is already funded sufficiently to recruit pregnant women evacuated from FMM into a study to test a simple but effective intervention designed to reduce their stress and hopefully improve pregnancy outcomes and the developmental trajectories of their children.

We are seeking a disaster medicine expert for our team.

Lauzier, Marc,
Program Development Manager
French & English
marc.lauzier@phac-aspc.gc.ca
613-867-3163
Ontario, Federal Government: Public Health Agency of Canada Psychosocial support; resiliency of vulnerable populations Knowledge User/ enabler; Federal Government Processes, Policies I have developed a good knowledge of this field landscape over the years and developed relationships with researchers, practitioners, organisations and networks both domestically and internationally.
Turner, David
English
Co-Chair, Group for Research with Indigenous Peoples Health
turnerconsulting@shaw.ca
University of Calgary Indigenous peoples Mental Health and Addiction - Resiliency Indigenous Research I am working for Alberta Health Services and have been involved with Indigenous peoples who were evacuated at the time of fires to Edmonton and also deployed to work with the community members re-entry to Fort McMurray.
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