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Publications

EqHS Findings

Explore a sample of the published works of those engaged with the EqHS Lab below and contact us to receive further information about the work that we do.

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Training physicians and residents for the use of Electronic Health Records – a Comparative Case Study between two hospitals

October 1, 2022 - Medical Education

Susan Humphrey-Murto, Donovan Makus, Sarah Moore, Karen Watanabe Duffy, Jerry Maniate, Katherine Scowcroft, Melanie Buba, J. Cristian Rangel

Development of an institutional “good practices” policy for resident and attending-physician on-call responsibilities

August 2022 - Canadian Journal of Physician Leaders

Matthew Lipinski, Shahbaz Syed, Jerry M. Maniate

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Facilitating and supporting the engagement of patients, families and caregivers in research: the “Ottawa model” for patient engagement in research

Postoperative outcomes for Nunavut Inuit at a Canadian quaternary care centre: a retrospective cohort study

May 3, 2022 - CMAJ Open

Jason A. McVicar, Jenny Hoang-Nguyen, Justine O'Shea, Catlin Champion, Chelsey Sheffield, Jean Allen, Donna May Kimmaliardjuk, Alana Poon, M.Dylan Bould, Jason W. Nickerson, Nadine R. Caron, Daniel I. McIsaac

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When healthcare leadership and philanthropy lead to an improved patient experience: The Paul Lepsoe Music Initiative

April 27, 2022 - Patient Experience Journal

Sara Olivier, Corianne Bell, Cheryl Jones, Jerry M. Maniate

Improving Care and Safety For All:

Integrating Trauma-Informed, Culturally Safe Perinatal Practices for Both Patient and Provider Wellbeing

2022 (Issue 2) - Psynopsis

Robyn Jackowich, Kerri Ritchie, Paula Archambault, Jerry M. Maniate

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Postoperative outcomes for Indigenous Peoples in Canada: a systematic review

May 17, 2021 - CMAJ

Jason A. McVicar, Alana Poon, Nadine R. Caron, Dylan Bould, Jason W. Nickerson, Nora Ahmad, Donna May Kimmaliardjuk, Chelsey Sheffield, Caitlin Champion, Daniel I. McIsaac

Experiences of Inuit in Canada who travel from remote settings for cancer care and impacts on decision making

April 13, 2021 - BMC Health Services Research
Janet Jull, Amanda J. Sheppard, Alex Hizaka, Inuit Medical Interpreter Team, Gwen Barton, Paula Doering, Danielle Dorschner, Nancy Edgecombe, Megan Ellis, Ian D. Graham, Mara Habash, Gabrielle Jodouin, Lynn Kilabuk, Theresa Koonoo, Carolyn Roberts and Mamisarvik Healing Centre Team

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To lead or to influence?

2021 - CMEJ

Victor Do, Jerry M. Maniate, Lyn K. Sonnenberg

A framework for inclusive crisis leadership in health care

September 2020 - CJPL
Javeed Sukhera, Lisa Richardson, Jerry M. Maniate, Ming-Ka Chan

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Six ways to get a grip by calling-out racism and enacting allyship in medical education

May 15, 2021 - Canadian Medical Education Journal

Lyn K. Sonnenberg, Victor Do, Constance LeBlanc, Jamiu O. Busari

Globalization in Medical Education: Promoting Reflexivity in Educational Practice

August 2019 - AMEE 2019 Conference (Vienna, Austria)
Omar Selim, Ebbe Thinggaard, Robert Paul, Rabia Khan, Tina Martimianakis

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A comprehensive review of prioritized interventions to improve the health and well-being of persons with lived experience of homelessness

June 2021 - The Campbell Collaboration

Aliza Moledina, Olivia Magwood, Eric Agbata, Jui-Hsia Hung, Ammar Saad, Kednapa Thavorn, Kevin Pottie

Socioeconomic Status, Mortality, and Access to Cardiac Services After Myocardial Infarction in Canada: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

February 2021 - Canadian Journal of Cardiology Open
Aliza Moledina, Karen L. Tang

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Balance

Supporting clinician educators to achieve “work-work balance”

October 18, 2016 - Canadian Medical Education Journal

Jerry M. Maniate, Deepak Dath, Lara Cooke, Karen Leslie, Linda Snell, Jamiu O. Busari 

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