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Coordonnées Domaine d’intérêt Expérience, connaissance et expertise Catégorie À la recherche de
Sanjay Sharma
Ophthalmologist
Queen's University
Ophthalmology & Epidemiology

613-544-3400 x2227
rob@insidermedicine.com
Macular degeneration, patient outcomes, knowledge translation, eye injections, patient safety Macular degeneration, diabetic macular edema, health outcomes, patient safety, health economics, patient education, animation for knowledge transition

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Policy/Decision Maker

Partner (including funding partners)

Private Sector

Funding Partner(s)

Other – SPOR groups

Sara Pedersen, Ph.D.
Directrice des programmes
La Fondation familiale Rossy
514-731-4647, poste 4230
sara.pedersen@
rossyfamilyfoundation.org
La FFR souhaite atteindre ses objectifs en appuyant des projets de recherche sur :
  1. la résilience des étudiants au niveau postsecondaire;
  2. la mise au point de traitements efficaces et appropriés pour les étudiants aux prises avec des problèmes de santé mentale de gravité variable;
  3. la façon dont les universités et les groupes communautaires de services de santé mentale peuvent collaborer pour améliorer la santé mentale des étudiants;
  4. la détermination des pratiques exemplaires dans le domaine de la santé mentale des étudiants.
Établie à Montréal, la Fondation familiale Rossy (FFR) est un groupe philanthropique qui finance des initiatives dans les domaines des soins de santé, de l’éducation et des arts. La FFR s’intéresse notamment à la santé mentale des jeunes adultes dans le contexte postsecondaire. Partenaire financier La FFR pourra financer en contrepartie jusqu’à six projets pertinents par rapport à ses domaines d’intérêts. Elle financera les demandes retenues par ordre décroissant.

Timothy Willett
President and CEO
SIM-one Healthcare Simulation Network
647-448-7119
twillett@SIM-one.ca

Education, simulation, knowledge mobilization

Design, development and implementation of simulation-integrated interventions for education, patient safety, quality improvement. Course development and delivery to enhance knowledge mobilzation.

Partner (including funding partner)

Other (Non-profit)

Co-applicant(s)

Karen Burns
Clinician Scientist, Critical Care
University of Toronto
St. Michael's Hospital
Medicine, Critical Care
416-864-6060 x3567
burnsk@smh.ca

Weaning from mechanical ventilation

Dr. Burns' research program focuses on evaluating strategies to liberate critically ill patients from mechanical ventilation and characterizing practice variation in weaning critically ill adults from ventilators.

Independent Researcher

Research Trainee

Health Professional

Policy/Decision Maker

Partner (including funding partner)

Private Sector

Funding Partner(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Kieran Cooley
Director, Research
Naturopathic Doctor
The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine
Research & Clinical Epidemiology
416-498-1255 ext 324
kcooley@ccnm.edu

Complementary and integrative medicine, patient oriented research

Knowledge translation, pragmatic research, complementary and integrative medicine, chronic disease, diabetes, oncology, chronic pain

Independent Research

Health Professional

Co-applicant(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Other (Policy/Decision Maker)

Caroline Sanders
Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
University of Northern British Columbia
250-960-5848
caroline.sanders@unbc.ca

Pediatric nursing, chronic conditions, transition, inter-professional teams, PFCC

Clinical experience from the UK for 30 years, action research, patient led studies, collaborative work with third sector, NIHR clinical academic role in UK, practice standards work previously, mixed methods studies, qualitative methods, patient experience to include young people as research partners

Health Professional

Co-applicants

Funding partners

Research Trainee

Benedict Glover
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
Queen’s University
613-549-6666
GLOVERB@KGH.KARI.NET

Management of atrial fibrillation

The management of atrial fibrillation and the impact of lifestyle intervention

Research Trainee

Research Trainee

Nicole Ezer
Assistant Professor
McGill University Health Center, Respirology
514-867-5447
nicole.ezer@mcgill.ca

Lung Cancer

Lung cancer screening, health services research in oncology, treatment of early stage lung cancer, disparities in care delivery

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Funding Partner(s)

Melissa Park
Associate Professor
OT/L, JGH-LDI, McGill, CRIR, MHCRU,
Department: SPOT
514-928-0133
melissa.park@mcgill.ca

Social inclusion, everyday ethics, social cohesion, mental health, autism, dementia

First-person approaches for patient, provider, citizen engagement (participatory, ethnographic, narrative and phenomenological methods); Methods to understand transformation at individual, community, social levels using process and outcome measures.

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Funding Partner(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Collaborators, Consultants, non-funding partners

Katie Dainty
Research Chair
North York General Hospital
Research & Innovation
647-448-2485
katie.dainty@utoronto.ca

Patient Centred Outcomes

Dr. Dainty is a qualitative social scientist. Her current research focuses on the use of qualitative and mixed methods research to critically interrogate held assumptions

Independent Researcher

Funding Partner(s)

John Kildea
Medical physicist, assistant professor
McGill University Health Centre
McGill University. Oncology
514 934 1934 ex 44154
john.kildea@mcgill.ca

Patient experience, patient-reported outcomes, patient data donation, patient-centered software

Medical physics, health informatics, combining patient-reported outcomes

Independent Researcher

Research Trainee

Health Professional

Policy/Decision Maker

Partner (including funding partners)

Other (patients)

Co-applicant(s)

Funding Partner(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Other (patient team members)

Sylvain  Boet
Clinician Scientist
Anesthesiology
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Clinical Epidemiology Program
613-737-8187
sboet@toh.on.ca

Patient-Oriented research Knowledge Translation Medical Education

Dr. Boet’s research focuses on enhancing clinician skill and patient outcomes.

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Funding Partner(s)

Alice Scott

Guideline development

Guide Master and PhD student with their thesis

Independent Researcher

Funding Partner(s)

Mary Lou Hardy
604-720-2577
Mljhardy@gmail.com

To bring tools to better enable and empower collaborative research

Attaverse is a technology provider with a platform for co-building of visual collaboration and communication research and education tools. It is totally flexible and inclusive. It empowers patient centric data modality and facilitates active patient, caregiver and researcher inclusive participation

Private Sector

Co-applicant(s)

Funding Partner(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Michael Monument
Assistant Professor/ Orthopaedic Surgeon
403-944-2402
mjmonume@ucalgary.ca

Metastatic bone disease, patient-reported outcomes, surgical decision making, quality of life

Dr. Monument’s clinical research program is focused on improving surgical decision making, surgical outcomes and health related quality of life in patients with metastatic bone disease while his laboratory focuses on characterizing genetic and molecular factors responsible for lung metastases.

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Policy/Decision Maker

Funding Partner

Patient Research Partner

Lauren Kelly
Clinical Trialist, Research Scientist, Assistant Professor
University of Manitoba
Centre for Healthcare Innovation
Pediatrics and Child Health
204-272-3149
lauren.kelly@umanitoba.ca

Neonatal and pediatric clinical research

Pediatric and neonatal clinical trials, systematic reviews, clinical pharmacology, opioid exposure

Independent Researcher

Co-applicant(s)

Research Trainee(s)

Early Career Investigator

Mark Embrett
Research Scientist
Canada Health Infoway
McMaster University
Health Policy and Management
510-480-8156
embretmg@mcmaster.ca

Health Policy, Mental Health, Patient Centered Care, Digital Health

PhD graduate from McMaster University, auhtor of over a dozen peer reviewed scholarly papers, adjunct faculty, oer 10+ years in health policy analysis

Policy/Decision Maker

Other – University

Co-applicant(s)

Funding Partner(s)

Kristina Krmpotic
Pediatric Critical Care
Dalhousie University
IWK Health Centre
Critical Care
902 470 8802
kristina.krmpotic@iwk.nshealth.ca

incentives and technology for pediatric type 1 diabetes

PI for pilot study in this area. conducted needs assessment / focus groups and developed new technology to empower youth with type 1 diabetes to engage in self management behaviors; piloted solution and sought feedback for refinement

Independent Researcher

Health Professional

Partner (including funding partners)

Funding Partner

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