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2014 Presentations




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Biro S, Barber D, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R, Keshavjee K, MOrkem R. Population Management: The Convergence of Primary Care and Public Health. Prevent More to Treat Less – Public Health and Primary Health Care Together. Workshop. Toronto ON. June 2014.  

Birtwhistle R, Drummond N, Garies S, Williamson T. Bringing Primary Care and Public Health Together: How CPCSSN is closing the gap. CPHA 2014 Annual Conference. Toronto ON. May 2014.  

Hoptkins J, Pellizari R, Birken C, Birtwhistle R, Sandersn R, Teitelbaum M, Tu K, Dhalla I, Kerr J. What Gets Counted Counts: Leveraging Primary Care data to Enhance Ontario’s Data and Surveillance Systems for Child Health. Prevent More to Treat Less – Public Health and Primary Health Care Together. Workshop. Toronto ON. June 2014.  

J. Kotecha, MPA CChem MRSC Dr. E. Christie, BSc LLB MD S. MacLaren, MES H. Han, PhD M. Martin, MSc. Patient and Caregiver Satisfaction and Confidence in Care Provided by a Rural Hospital at Home Pilot Project. 2014 Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day. May 28, 2014 Toronto ON.  

M.E. Green, L. Crowshoe, K. Jacklin, B. Calam, L. Walker, H. Han, J. Kotecha. Evaluation of Educating for Equity (E4E) Intervention: How Health Professional Education Can Reduce Disparities in Diabetes Care and Improve Outcomes for Indigenous Populations. CCME 2014 (Canadian Conference on Medical Education). April 28, 2014. Ottawa ON.  

Richard Birtwhistle, MD, MSc, FCFP. Preventive Screening Guidelines for Cancer: view from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. ACP Internal Medicine 2014 Session. April 11, 2014. Orlando, Fl. USA.  

Green ME, Crowshoe L, Jacklin K, Calam B, Walker L, Han H, Kotecha J. Evaluation of Educating for Equity intervention: how health professional education can reduce disparities in diabetes care and improve outcomes for indigenous population. Poster presentation at: Canadian Conference for Medical Education; 2014 Apr 28; Ottawa, Ontario.  

Kotecha J, Martin M, Han H. Patient and caregiver satisfaction and confidence in care provided by a rural Hospital at Home pilot project. Poster presentation at: 2014 Trillium Primary Health Care Research Day; 2014 May 28; Toronto, Ontario.  

Natarajan N, Martin K, Kotecha J, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R. Prevalence, comorbidity and management of chronic diseases from primary care EMR data. Oral presentation at: 2014 Primary Health Care Research Conference; 2014 Jul 23-25; Canberra, Australia.  

Martin K, Kotecha J, Williamson T, Birtwhistle R. The art of the possible using CPCSSN data for pharmacovigilance. Oral Presentation at: 2014 Primary Health Care Research Conference; 2014 Jul 23-25; Canberra, Australia.  

Kotecha J, Brown JB, Han H, Harris SB, Green M, Russell G, Roberts S, Webster-Bogaert S, Fournie M, Thind A, Reichert SM, Birtwhistle R. Does participation in a Quality Improvement (QI) program improve primary healthcare team (PHC) functioning? A qualitative study. Oral presentation at: Society of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Assembly; Jul 9-11; Edinburgh, UK.  

Morkem R, Barber B, Williamson T, Patten S. The pharmacoepidemiology of antidepressant prescribing in Canada. Oral Presentation at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; 2014 May 26-29; Toronto, Ontario.  

Barber D, Morkem R. CPCSSN: How Canada is leveraging anonymous EMR data for national surveillance and research. Oral presentation at: Society of Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Assembly; 2014 July 9-11th 2014; Edinburgh, UK.  

Morkem R, Williamson T, Queenan JA, Kotecha J, Lambert-Lanning A, Natarajan N. Using data within an EMR for practice improvement: results from a national survey of CPCSSN participants. Poster presented at: 2014 NAPCRG Practice Based Research Network Conference; 2014 Jun 30; Washington DC, USA.  

Howard M, Elmslie T, Armson H, Kotecha K, Allen T. What do family physicians audit in practice? Protocol to study audit exercises in a college program. Poster on research in progress at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Hand C, McColl MA, Birtwhistle R, Hall Barber K, Kotecha J, Batchelor D. Social isolation in older adult frequent users of primary care services. Oral presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25, New York, USA.  

Kotecha J, Martin M, Green M, Birtwhistle R, Han H. Patient and caregiver satisfaction and confidence in care provided by a rural Hospital at Home pilot project. Oral presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Griffiths J, Van Melle E, Han H, Grier L, Casson I. Using resident reflections to evaluate an innovative competence based learning. Poster presentation at: International Conference on Residency Education; 2014 Oct 23-25; Toronto, Ontario.  

Moeinedin M, Leggett J, Harrison C, Lambert-Lanning A, Martin K, Jackson D, Aliarzadeh B, Greiver M. Implementation of the data presentation tool in a primary care organization for reporting on quality: descriptive aspects of a mixed methods study. Presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Birtwhistle R, Williamson T, Queenan J. Using CPCSSN for primary care research: do multiple projects lead to multiple successes? Poster presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Martin K, Keshavjee K, Barber D, Kotecha J, Kinsella L, Birtwhistle R. Assessing the feasibility of using the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) for clinical analytics. Poster presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Keshavjee K, Martin K, Lambert-Lanning A, Natarajan N, Khan S, Sabri S, Garies S, Varatharasan N. Analyzing CPCSSN Data: a hands-on skills development workshop. Workshop at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

Queenan J, Martin K et al. Pharmacovigilance in Canada: Evaluating the value of CPCSSN for adverse event reporting. Presentation at: 2014 NAPCRG; 2014 Nov 21-25; New York, USA.  

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