Please see below for the latest news, newsletters, and conferences. To see a complete list of all news items, newsletters, or conferences from all years please visit the navigation links to the left of this page.
Nov 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Michael Green who has been appointed CTAQ Chair in Applied Health Economics/Health Policy
Oct 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Karen Hall-Barber and Karen Abate on their new publication in the Journal of Preventive Medicine
Sept 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Susan Phillips and Jyoti Kotecha on receiving a grant ($40, 075) from The MOHLT applied health research question fund
Sept 2014 - Congratulations to John Queenan for successfully defending his PhD in Public Health Science
Sept 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Leung and Lorraine Chick on their recent publication in the Australian Family Physcian
Aug 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. David Barber, who is the Principal Investigator on a pilot research project funded ($251,000) from Canada Health Infoway
July 2014 - Congratulations to Tyler Williamson, PhD, Dr. Michael Green, Dr. Richard Birtwhistle and Shahriar Khan, MSc, on their recent publication in the Annals of Family Medicine
June 2014 - CSPC and Dr. Birtwhistle selected to be listed as 2 of the 7 wonders of Family Medicine Research
June 2014 - 2013 Annual Report now available
June 2014 - Congratulations to Jyoti Kotecha, Diane Bachelor, Dr. Karen Hall- Barber and Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, co-authors of Social isolation in older adults who are frequent users of primary care services, published in the Canadian Family Physician Journal
April 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. David Barber who, as principal investigator, has received research contract funding of $50,000
April 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Ian Casson on receiving a $15,000 from the SEAMO Endowed Scholarship and Education Fund
March 2014 - The winners for this year's Primary Care Research Day, hosted by the Queen’s Department of Family Medicine’s Centre for Studies in Primary Care have been annouced
March 2014 - Welcome to Emily Pollock, who has joined the CSPC as the new Resident Research Support Associate. Her role within the Centre will be to provide research support to residents in the completion of their QI (Quality Improvement) and research projects. Emily will also support the Research Education program and Journal Club activities.
Feb 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Glenn Brown, co-applicant of a successful CIHR Planning Grant, “Defining Priorities and Creating a Network for Prisoner Health Research in Canada.”
Feb 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. David Barber, a collaborator on an AFHTO QUIDS Innovations fund project
Feb 2014 - The CSPC is pleased to welcome John Queenan as its new Epidemiologist-Research Associate.
Feb 2014 - Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Leung, who has had two papers recognized as “most read” in their respective categories in the Journal of American Board of Family Medicine (JABFM) for 2013.
Dr. Leung's recent publication, Approach to Patient with a Generalized Rash in The Journal of Medicine and Primary Care
Dr. Leung and Renee Corbin's recent publication in The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine
Dr. Leung, Guided by numbers: how far should we go?
Ken Martin published in Canadian Healthcare Manager
University Research Services has awarded Jyoti Kotecha, Assistant Director
Dr. David Barber (Principal Investigator) and Dr. Michael Green have received a $20,000 grant for a collaborative project within the Queen’s School of Business
Dr. Elaine van Melle, Dr. Susan Phillips and Dr. Kelly Howse are the successful applicants for a 2013/2014 AMS Phoenix Project Call to Caring Grant
Dr. Richard Birtwhistle has won a Queen’s University Prize for Excellence in Research Award.
Congratulations to Dr. Richard Birtwhistle on his publication in The Canadian Family Physician Journal
Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Leung on his publication in The Canadian Family Physician Journal
Congratulations to Dr. Lawrence Leung on his most recent publication, Hyfrecation for Recalcitrant Nongenital Warts
Congratulations to Dr Michael Green
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Green and Dr. Richard Birtwhistle on their publication in the BMC Journal of Public Health entitled pH1N1
Successful CIHR Meeting and Planning Dissemination Grant Application
Dr. Lawrence Leung receives funding from Pfizer Canada for project
Dr. Cathy Vakil published in the Canadian Family Physician Journal
Centre for Studies in Primary Care Research Grant Program
Dr. Jonathan Kerr published in Canadian Family Physician Journal
Dr.Kelly Parks, PGY2, and Dr. Lawrence Leung published in the Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
Dr. Barber, Dr. Hall Barber, and Dr. Birtwhistle have all been awarded funding from the SEAMO Innovation Fund.
Dr. David Barber and Sherri Elms have been rewarded funds from a CIHR grant.
Dr. Lawrence Leung has recently been named the Associate Editor of JAMS
Primary Care Research Day, February 28 2013.
CSPC is currently looking for an IT Research Projects Coordinator.
CSPC is offering one time research initiation grants to DFM faculty. The deadline is Feb 15 2013.
Dr. Leung's article being featured on MDLinx.com. Welcome to Rachael Morkem, the new CPCSSN Research Association. Happy Holidays
Dr. Scott Smith and Dr. Richard Birwhistle have had a new publication come out.
CSPC has a very busy fall approaching with several conference publications.
CSPC faculty has had 4 new publications come out recently.
Dr. Lawrence Leung has been as busy as always publishing, having 4 articles published this week and 2 poster accepted.
CSPC's 2011/2012 annual report
Congratulations to all CSPC and DFM staff and faculty who have published and presented this year.
Dr. Walter Rosser will receive the Diamond Jubilee Medal for significant achievement and remarkable service.
Three Queen's students have been awarded studentships for summer projects with CSPC
Two Queen's students have been approved for funding from the A. Stuart Robb Fund
Dr. Mike Green was featured in the first issue of Queen's new research magazine (e)Affect for his research with First Nations communities.
Dr. Ruth Wilson discusses her project examining the characteristics of high performing family health teams
The Worklife Balance Committee hosted a celebration for all administrative professionals
CPCCSN project update from Dr. David Barber
Winners from Primary Care Research Day and a slide show from the days events
CSPC Newsletter for November 2011
CSPC Newsletter for May 2011
CSPC Newsletter for December 2010
CSPC Newsletter October 2010 Issue