Centre for Studies in Primary Care

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Conference Presentations

 
 
 

Faculty Conference Presentations from the 2017-2018 year are listed below:

  1. Adel S, Song B, Purkey E. Overcoming language barriers through the training of health professional students as volunteer interpreters. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  2. Bayoumi I, Coo H, Purkey E, Klassen C, French S, Maier A, Pinto A, Allen M, Flavin M. Implementing a clinical tool to screen for poverty in primary care and pediatric care settings. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Oral]
  3. Bayoumi I, Coo H, Purkey E, Klassen C, French S, Maier A, Pinto A, Allen M, Flavin M. Implementation of the OCFP Poverty Screening Tool in primary care and pediatrics. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Oral]
  4. Bell J, Purkey E. Trans ‘identified individuals’ experiences in primary care. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Poster]
  5. Bell J, Purkey E. Trans ‘identified individuals’ experiences in primary care.  North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  6. Bowthorpe L, Purkey E. Prevalence of food insecurity in prenatal patients at Queen’s Family Health Team. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  7. Bowthorpe, L., Isackson, A., Saeed, H., Shallow, S., Soucie, K., Hall-Barber K. Choosing Wisely: Imaging for low back pain (LBP) -- A quality improvement (QI) initiative at Queen’s Family Health Team (QFHT). Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  8. Casson I, Sullivan B. Implementing the 2018 Canadian Consensus Guidelines for the primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 9, 2017. [Oral]
  9. Casson I, Durbin J, Green L, Lunsky Y. Improving primary care for adults with developmental disabilities: Tips from the front-line. Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities. Toronto, Ontario. November 29, 2017. [Oral]
  10. Dalgarno N, Griffiths J, Han H, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Paper]
  11. Dalgarno N, Howse K, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  12. Donnelly C, Birtwhistle R, Esperanzate P, French S, Green M, Lynch S, Morkem R. The impact of interprofessional primary care teams on diabetes and health care utilization: Linking electronic medical records with administrative data. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  13. French S, Morkem R, Norman K, Miller J, Leverette G, Hill J, Barber D. Improving primary care management of people with complex low back pain: A feasibility study implementing the STarT Back Model of care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  14. Gemmill M, Casson I, Grier E, Martin M, Durbin J, Lunsky Y. Coordinating care for adults with developmental disabilities and complex health (work in progress). Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Poster]
  15. Grady C. Cultivating physician leadership.  How? Where? When? Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership (CCPL). Vancouver, British Columbia. April 28, 2017. [Oral]
  16. Grady C. CanMEDS leader role: An environmental scan. Maudsley Symposium on CBME. Kingston, Ontario. May 30, 2017. [Poster]
  17. Grady C. Demonstrating resilience and leadership through times of change: Tools for physician leaders. Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario (AFHTO). Toronto, Ontario. October 26, 2017. [Poster]
  18. Grady C, Birtwhistle R, Johnston E, Schultz K. Leadership skill development at the post-graduate level. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  19. Grady C, Birtwhistle R, Johnston E, Schultz K. Leadership skill development at the post-graduate level. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  20. Green ME, Belle-Brown J, Stewart M, Johnston E, Martin M, Grady C, Thorpe C, Scime N, Glazier R, Frymire E. Impact of the Health Links Program on the patient experience for patients with complex multi-morbidity in Ontario, Canada. Health Services and Policy Research Conference (HSRAANZ). Queensland, Australia. November 2017. [Poster]
  21. Green M, Johnston E, Grady C, Martin M. Evaluating Health Links: A cross-sectional patient experience survey. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  22. Griffiths J, Dalgarno N, Han H, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  23. Griffiths J, Han H, Dalgarno N, Rich J, Schultz K, Hodgetts G, Van Melle E. How family medicine residents learn: Understanding the role of cues in self-regulated learning. Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). Helsinki, Finland. August 26-30, 2017. [Oral]
  24. Hodgetts GP. Afghanistan: Rebuilding a health care system in the midst of war.  MedLife World Health Issues and Global Health. Kingston, Ontario. March 11, 2017. [Oral]
  25. Hodgetts GP. Refugees and forced displacement: Impact on health. Queen’s Global Health Summit. Kingston, Ontario. February 10, 2017. [Oral]
  26. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Johnston E. Resident ice cream rounds to support well-being and prevent burnout: A work in progress. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Poster]
  27. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). Canadian Conference on Physician Health (CCPH). Ottawa, Ontario. September 7-9, 2017. [Poster]
  28. Howse K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Family Medicine Residents’ perceptions of well-being and preparedness for dealing with burnout: Resident–facilitated small group discussions (Resident Ice Cream Rounds). Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, Quebec. April 2018. [Poster]
  29. Lau SY, Phillips SP. Does resilience change the impact of childhood adversity on health in older adults. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  30. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Martin M, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. International Conference on End of Life, Ethics, Policy and Practice (ICEL). Halifax, Nova Scotia. September 12-16, 2017. [Oral]
  31. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Dalgarno N, Schultz K, Martin M, Zimmerman D, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Oral]
  32. MacDonald S, Dalgarno N, LeBlanc S, Schultz K, Zimmerman D, Johnston E.  Family medicine preceptor and resident perceptions of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID): Integrating MAID curriculum into one medical residency training program. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Oral]
  33. MacDonald S, LeBlanc S, Schultz K, Dalgarno N, Martin M, Johnston E. Developing and implementing a medical assistance in dying curriculum in a family medicine residency training program. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 8, 2017. [Oral]
  34. Morkem R, Barber D, Birtwhistle R, Queenan J. Trends in primary care prescribing of antipsychotics to children and adolescents. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 20, 2017. [Poster]
  35. Morkem R, Barber D, Montgomery L, Queenan J, Rosser W. Opioid prescribing in Canadian primary care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  36. Morkem R, Barber D, Waddington A. Trends in contraceptive uptake in Canadian primary care. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 18, 2017. [Poster]
  37. Phillips SP. Professionalism and Professionalization in medical education. Umea University Department of Family Medicine Research Days. Umea, Sweden. August 23, 2017. [Oral]
  38. Phillips SP. Teachers of international medical graduates. Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 10, 2017. [Workshop]
  39. Purkey E, Bartels S, Davison C, MacKenzie M, Beckett T, Soucie K, Korpal D. Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and emergency department usage, as mediated by resilience. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).  Montreal, Quebec. November 19, 2017. [Poster]
  40. Van Melle E, Dalgarno N, Whitehead C, Phillips SP, Howse K, Cline C, Parsons T, Joneja M. Family medicine residents’ perceptions of patient-centered care: Is it time to make the implicit, explicit? An International Association for Medical Education (AMEE). Helsinki, Finland. August 26-30, 2017. [Poster]
  41. Van Melle E, Dalgarno N, Whitehead C, Phillips S, Howse K, Cline C, Parsons T, Joneja M. Family medicine residents’ perceptions of patient-centered care: Is it time to make the implicit, explicit? International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE). Quebec City, Quebec. October 19-21, 2017. [Poster]
  42. Wilson R. Person-centred family medicine and oncological care.  International College for Person Centred Medicine. Geneva, Switzerland. April 2017. [Oral]
  43. Wilson R. Family medicine, health promotion, and cancer care.  International College for Person Centred Medicine Geneva, Switzerland. April 2017. [Oral]
  44. Wilson R. Person-centred primary care. International Association of Catholic Bioethicists. Rome, Italy. June 2017. [Oral]
  45. Wilson R. Family medicine: Perspectives from Canada and the world. Bahamas Chapter Caribbean College of Family Physicians. Nassau, Bahamas. May 2017. [Oral]
  46. Wilson R. Health for all?  Family medicine perspectives from Canada and the world.  North American Primary Care Research Network. Montreal, Canada. November 2017. [Oral]
  47. Wolfrom B. Veterans health: Life after service studies.  Family Medicine Forum (FMF). Montreal, Quebec. November 09, 2017. [Oral]

 

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