Centre for Studies in Primary Care

Centre for Studies in Primary Care

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Faculty publications from the 2017-2018 year are below:

  1. Ahmed T, Vafaei A, Auais M, Phillips SP, Guralnik J, Zunzunegui MV. Health behaviors and chronic conditions mediate the protective effects of masculinity for physical performance in older adults. Journal of Aging and Health. 2017; (e-pub ahead of publication).
  2. Bello A, Ronksley P, Tangri N, Singer A, Grill A, Nitsch D, Queenan JA, Lindeman C, Soos B, Freiheit E, Mangin D, Drummond N.  A national surveillance project on chronic kidney disease management in Canadian primary care: A study protocol. BMJ Open. 2017; 7:e016267.
  3. Birtwhistle R, Bell N, Thombs B, Grad R, Dickinson J. Periodic preventive health visits: A more appropriate approach to delivering preventive services. Canadian Family Physician. 2017; 63(11):824-826.
  4. Birtwhistle R, Green M, Frymire E, Dahrouge S, Whitehead M, Khan S, Greiver M, Glazier RH. Hospital admission rates and emergency department use in relation to glycated hemoglobin in people with diabetes mellitus: A linkage study using electronic medical record and administrative data in Ontario. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 5(3):E557-E564.
  5. Caines J, Ward MA. Identifying elder abuse in the emergency department: Results from a structured physician survey in Canada. Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health. 2017; 4(8):1134.
  6. Casson I, Broda T, Durbin J, Gonzales A, Green L, Grier E, Lunsky Y, Selick A, Sue K. Health checks for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a family practice. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S44-S50.
  7. Coons  MJ, Greiver  M, Aliarzadeh  B, Meaney  C, Moineddin R, Williamson  T, Queenan  JA, Yu  C, White D, Kiran  T, Kane  J. Is glycemic control in Canadians with diabetes individualized? A cross sectional observational study using CPCSSN data. BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. 2017; 5:e000316.
  8. Crowshoe L, Han H, Calam B, Henderson R, Jacklin K, Walker L, Green M. Impacts of educating for equity workshop on addressing social barriers of type 2 diabetes with Indigenous patients. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2018; (e-pub ahead of publication):1-3.
  9. Garies S, Birtwhistle R, Drummond N, Queenan JA, Williamson T. Data resource profile: National electronic medical record data from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN). International Journal of Epidemiology. 2017; 46(4):1091-1092.
  10. Grady C, Hinings CR. Turning the Titanic: Physicians as both leaders and managers in healthcare reform. Leadership in Health Services. 2018; e1-11.
  11. Grady C, Hinings CR. Complexity leadership offers the right fit for physicians. Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership. 2017; 3(4):134-138.
  12. Grady C, Johnston E, Schultz K, Birtwhistle B. Incorporating leadership development into family medicine residency: A qualitative study of program directors in Canada. Association for Medical Education in Europe MedEdPublish. 2018; 7(1):65.
  13. Green L, McNeil K, Korossy M, Boyd K, Grier E, Ketchell M, Loh A, Lunsky Y, McMillan S, Sawyer A, Thakur A,  Bradley E. HELP for behaviours that challenge in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S23-S31.
  14. Green M, Gozdyra P, Frymire E, Glazier RH. Geographic variation in the supply and distribution of comprehensive primary care physicians in Ontario, 2014/15. Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. 2017.
  15. Green M, Harris SB, Webster-Bogaert S, Han H, Kotecha J, Kopp A, Ho MM, Birtwhistle B, Glazier RH. Impact of a provincial quality-improvement program on primary health care in Ontario: A population-based controlled before and after study.  Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 2(5):e281-289.
  16. Grier E, Abells D, Casson I, Gemmill M, Ladouceur J, Lepp A, Niel U, Sacks S, Sue K. Managing complexity in care of patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Natural fit for the family physician as an expert generalist. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S15-S22.
  17. Grierson LEM, Mercuri M, Brailovsky C, Cole G, Abrahams C, Archibald D, Bandiera G, Phillips SP, Stirrett G, Walton JM, Wong E, Schabort I. Admission factors associated with international medical graduate certification success: A collaborative retrospective review of postgraduate medical education programs in Ontario. Canadian Medical Association Journal Open. 2017; 5(4):E785-E790.
  18. Hacking P, Phillips SP. Residents teaching medical students: Creating a learner network. Medical Education. 2018; 52:563.
  19. Hayward MN, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Bailie R, Chirila A, Dyck R, Green ME, Hanley A, Tompkins J, Harris S, FORGE AHEAD Program Team. The FORGE AHEAD Clinical Readiness Consultation Tool: A validated tool to assess clinical readiness for chronic disease care mobilization in Canada’s First Nations. BioMed Central Health Services Research. 2017; 17(1):233.
  20. Howse K, Harris J, Dalgarno N. Canadian national guidelines and recommendations for integrating career advising into medical school curricula. Academic Medicine. 2017; 92(11):1543-1548.
  21. McNeil K, Gemmill M, Abells D, Sacks S, Broda T, Morris CR, Forster-Gibson C. Circles of care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Communication, collaboration, and coordination. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S51-S56.
  22. Miller J, Barber D, Donnelly C, French S, Green ME, Hill J, MacDermid J, Marsh J, Norman K, Richardson J, Taljaard M, Wideman T, Cooper L, McPhee C. Determining the impact of a new physiotherapist-led primary care model for back pain: Protocol for a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2017; 18(1):526.
  23. Morkem R, Patten S, Queenan J, Barber D. Recent trends in the prescribing of ADHD medications in Canadian primary care. Journal of Attention Disorders. 2017: 1-8.
  24. Morkem R, Williamson T, Patten S, Queenan JA, Wong ST, Manca D, Barber D. Trends in antidepressant prescribing to children and adolescents in Canadian primary care: A time-series analysis. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 2017; e-version.
  25. Purkey E, Patel R, Beckett T, Mathieu F. Primary care experiences of women with a history of childhood trauma and chronic disease: Trauma-informed care approach.  Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(3):204-211.
  26. Purkey E, Patel R, Phillips S. Trauma-informed care. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(3):170-172.
  27. Queenan JA, Farahani P, Ehsani-Moghadam B, Birtwhistle R. The prevalence and risk for herpes zoster infection in adult patients with diabetes mellitus in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. Canadian Journal of Diabetes. November 2017; (e-pub ahead of publication):1-5.
  28. Queenan JA, Gottlieb BH, Feldman-Stewart D, Hall SF, Irish J, Groome PA. Symptom appraisal, help seeking, and lay consultancy for symptoms of head and neck cancer.  Psycho-Oncology. 2018; 27(1):286-294.
  29. Reichert SM, Harris SB, Tompkins JW, Belle-Brown J, Fournie M, Green M, Han H, Kotecha J, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Roberts S, Russell G, Stewart M, Thind A, Webster-Bogaert S, Birtwhistle R. Impact of a primary healthcare quality improvement program on diabetes in Canada: Evaluation of the Quality Improvement and Innovation Partnership (QIIP). BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. 2017; 5:e000392.
  30. Sambi R, Sawula H, Wolfrom B, Newbigging J. Pilot project: Does formal bedside training of medical students with a FAST exam increase their knowledge and comfort level with ultrasound use in a community family medicine practice setting? The Journal of Point of Care Ultrasound. 2017; 2(2):15-17.
  31. Smith G, Ouellette-Kuntz H, Green M. Comprehensive preventive care assessments for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Part 1: How do we know if it is happening? Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S57-S62.
  32. Stewart JM, Auais M, Bélanger E, Phillips SP. Comparison of self-rated and objective successful ageing in an international cohort. Ageing and Society. 2018; 1-18.
  33. Sullivan WF, Diepstra H, Heng J, Ally S, Bradley E, Casson I, Hennen B, Kelly M, Korossy M, McNeil K, Abells D, Amaria K, Boyd K, Gemmill M, Grier E, Kennie-Kaulbach N, Ketchell M, Ladouceur J, Lepp A, Lunsky Y, McMillan S, Niel U, Sacks S, Shea S, Stringer K, Sue K, Witherbee S. Primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: 2018 Canadian consensus guidelines. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(4):254-279.
  34. Sullivan WF, Heng J, Salvador-Carulla L, Lukersmith S, Casson I. Approaches to primary care of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Importance of frameworks for guidelines. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S5-S7.
  35. Vakil C. Radiation and medical procedures. Canadian Family Physician. 2017; 63(10):774-775.
  36. Ward MA. New options for the extended treatment of venous thromboembolic disease in primary care: Risk stratification and direct oral anticoagulants. Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health. 2018; 5(1):1139.
  37. Wilson R, Bordman Z. What to do about the Canadian Resident Matching Service. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017; 189:E143-147.
  38. Xie E, Gemmill M. Exploring the prenatal experience of women with intellectual and developmental disabilities: In a southeastern Ontario family health team. Canadian Family Physician. 2018; 64(Suppl 2):S70-S75.
  39. Zalihic A, Hodgetts G, Mabic M, Markotic V, Vinkovic LD. Is the experience of workplace violence the same for general versus hospital medicine? E-Cronicon Psychology and Psychiatry. 2017; 4.2:42-50.

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