Congratulations to faculty and staff at CSPC and DFM who have been very busy producing various publications.
Dr. Cathy Vakil produced a systematic review for the Ontario College of Family Physicians on the health effects of pesticides.
Dr. Jonathan Kerr published an article in Canadian Family Physician Journal on competency based curriculums in family medicine.
Additinally there have been several poster and oral presentations at conferences already this year.
|Dr. Karen Hall Barber||Wait-One Times between Queen's Family Health Team to 12 Specialties. An Assessment of the Referral Process in Kingston from Primary to Secondary Care||CMA - The Taming of The Queue|
|Dr. Karen Hall Barber, Danyal Martin||Teaching Quality Improvement To PGY-1 Family Medicine Residents: Moving From A Simple Clinical Audit To A More Experiential Project In Quality Improvement||Canadian Conference on Medical Education|
|Dr. Tyler Williamson||Comparison of Practice Profiles of Academic Male and Female Physicians||57th Annual Scientific Assembly (ASA)|
|Dr. David Barber, Jane Yealland, Jyoti Kotecha||Use of a personal health record (MyOSCAR) linked with a clinic electronic medical record to support communication, information transfer and shared care between patients and health care providers||E-Health 2012 conference|
|Dr. David Barber, Jane Yealland, Jyoti Kotecha||Pilot feasibility study of a personal health record (MyOSCAR) linked with a clinic electronic medical record||Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference|
|Dr. Han Han, Jyoti Kotecha, Jane Yealland, Dr. Mike Green, Dr. Richard Birtwhistle||How did Ontario Primary Healthcare Teams Benefit from Learning Collaborative Program? A Qualitative Study||Trillium Primary Health Care Day|
|Dr. Karen Schultz||Developing a Survey to Measure Interpersonal Continuity of Care from the Physician’s Perspective||Scholarship in Health Sciences Education|
|Dr. Karen Schultz, Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, Dr. Jonathan Kerr, Dr. Jane Griffiths, Dr. Elaine Van Melle||Assessing Competency Curriculums and Ensuring Educational Equity: Program Evaluation of the Queen's University Department of Family Medicine Distributed Sites: Belleville, Kingston, Peterborough||Scholarship in Health Sciences Education|
|Dr. Walter Rosser, Dr. Tyler Williamson, Jyoti Kotecha, Ken Martin||Practice Feedback for PBRN physicians||PBRN|
|Dr. Tyler Williamson||A method for estimating practice denominators using EMR databases||PBRN|
|Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, Dr. Tyler Williamson||PBRNs playing together: Lessons learned from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN)||PBRN|
|AJ Kadhim-Saleh, Dr. Mike Green, Dr. Tyler Williamson, Dr. Richard Birtwhistle||A validation study of electronic medical record-based diagnostic algorithms for five chronic conditions||PBRN|
|Jyoti Kotecha||Recruiting a qualified (experienced) research privacy and ethics officer supports research across multiple jurisdictions||PBRN|