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2017


1.Brownell M, Campbell R. No strings attached: The impact of an unconditional prenatal income supplement on First Nations birth and early childhood outcomes. Presented at the Indigenous Health Symposium 2017, Winnipeg, MB, November 23, 2017
2.Brownell M, Chartier M, and the PATHS Team. Multi-sectoral Impacts of Social Programs: Key Findings from MCHP Research. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
3.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chartier M. The Influence of SES on Children’s Health and Development. Presented at the Education for ACTion: Our Human Rights Journey, Annual Manitoba Teachers Society Conference, Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2017
4.Campbell R, Chartier M. Do home visiting programs improve the well-being of First Nations children and parents? Presented at the Indigenous Health Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, November 23, 2017
5.Chartier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Long-term Adult Outcomes of Mental Illness Diagnosed in Childhood. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
6.Chartier M, McGillivary K, McGavock J, Cook R, Murdock N, Sareen J, Munro G, PAX Implementation Team. Evidence to Action: DEVOTION, PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion and Aboriginal Youth Mentorships. Presented to the Education Directors Meeting, The Pas, MB, July 5, 2017
7.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Evidence to Action: DEVOTION & PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion. Presented to the Education Directors Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 5, 2017
8.Chartier M, Bownell M, Nickel N, PATHS Equity for Children, ENVISION Team. What does Manitoba’s population based data tell us? Presented to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Professional Development Day, Winnipeg, MB, June 13 - 14, 2017
9.Chartier M, Brownell M, Campbell R, Phillips-Beck W, Sareen J, Munro G, The ENVISION Team, PAX Implementation Team. Program Evaluation among First Nations Children: Families First Home Visiting and PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion, Presented to the Need to Know Team Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 12, 2017
10.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. First Steps in Examining and Adapting the PAX – Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: A School Based Mental Health Promotion Strategy. Presented at the 10th Annual Swampy Cree Tribal Communities Conference. Winnipeg, MB, April 20, 2017
11.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Is PAX Improving the Well-Being of First Nations Children? Presented at the PAX Advisory Committee, Winnipeg, MB, April 19, 2017
12.Chartier M, Knoll-Kwok L, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Lord Selkirk School Division Development Day, Selkirk, Manitoba, March 16, 2017
13.Chartier M, Knoll-Kwok L, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Centennial School Professional Development Day, Selkirk, MB, February 3, 2017
14.Chartier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at Bold Ideas Colloquium, Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, January 27, 2017
15.Chateau D, Katz A, Metge C, Taylor C, McDougall C, McCulloch S. Describing Patient Populations for the My Health Team Initiative. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
16.Chateau D. Planning geographic based primary care networks for patients that travel for care. CAHSPR Conference, Toronto, ON, May 24-26, 2017
17.Hinds A, Bechtel B, Distasion J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Identifying individuals at risk of eviction from public housing using linked population-based administrative data. Presented at the 2017 National Conference on Ending Homelessness, Winnipeg, MB, October 25-27, 2017
18.Hinds A, Bechtel B, Distasio J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Health and social predictors of public housing using linked population-based administrative data. Canadian Student Health Research Forum; Manitoba Health Research Poster Competition, Winnipeg, MB: June 6-8, 2017.
19.Katz A, Roos N, Lix L, Enns J, the Best Data Team. Beyond Structured Administrative Health Data: Developing the Capacity to Explore Free-Text Clinical Data for Health Services Research. Poster presented at the 2017 Western Canadian Universities Big Data Health Conference, Banff, AB, September 28, 2017
20.Katz A, Lix L, Enns J, Gerow A, Kakarla Y, the Best Data Team. Applying Machine Learning-Based Natural Language Processing to De-Identify Unstructured Health Records. Poster presented at the 2017 Western Canadian Universities Big Data Health Conference, Banff, AB, September 28, 2017
21.Lix L, Plourde P, Kinew KA, Larcombe L, Basham A, Derksen S, Schultz J, McCulloch S. Tuberculosis Treatment, Prevention, and Management in Manitoba: A Population-Based Investigation. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
22.Murdock N, Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. First Steps in Examining and Adapting the PAX – Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: A School Based Mental Health Promotion Strategy. Presented at the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre 3rd Annual Early Years Conference, Winnipeg, MaB, February 8th, 2017
23.Murdock N, Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Centennial School Professional Development Day, Selkirk, MB, February 3, 2017
24.Nickel N, Nepon J, Finlayson G, Leong C, Singal D, Konrad G, Bolton J, MacWilliam L, Ekuma O, Prior H, Valdivia J, Rajotte L, Burchill S. Social Outcomes Associated with Alcohol Use Disorders in Manitoba. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
25.Roos NP, MacDonald SM. Get your benefits! Royal Society of Canada - iFair presentation, Winnipeg, MB, November 23-26, 2017
26.Roos N, MacDonald S, Boriskewich E, Bond R, Community Partners. Get your Benefits! Treat Poverty to Improve Health and Well-Being. Poster presented at the 5th Annual Indigenous Health Research Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, November 22-23, 2017
27.Roos N. Filing Taxes: Help Students Access Benefits, Opportunities for Volunteers. Post-Secondary Education and Workforce Development Division (PSEWD) meeting, Winnipeg, MB, November 2, 2017
28.Roos N, MacDonald S. Poverty Represents a Significant and Reversible Risk Factor for Poor Health. Spur Winnipeg: Risk and Health, Winnipeg, MB, May 6, 2017
29.Roos N, MacDonald S, Boriskewich E, Bond R, Community Partners. Get Your Benefits! Helping Health Care Providers Understand the Importance of Diagnosing and Treating Poverty. 1st Annual RFHS Communities and Collaboration Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, May 3, 2017
30.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The 6th Conference of the International society for Child Indicators, Montreal, QC, June 29, 2017
31.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 2017 Annual Scientific meeting of the International Society for Autism Research, San Francisco, CA, May 13, 2017
32.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The McMaster Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences Research Day, Hamilton, ON, May 3, 2017.
33.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D. Maternal predictors of and responses to having a child taken into care by Child Protection Services. Poster presentation at the Western Canadian Universities Big Data Conference, New York, NY, September 28, 2017
34.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Predictors of having first-born taken into care at birth: A population-based longitudinal cohort study. Canadian Health Research Forum, June 6, 2017.
35.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Bolton J, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Maternal Health and Social Outcomes after Having a Child Taken into Care: A Population-Based Longitudinal Cohort Study using Linkable Administrative Data. Canadian Health Research Forum: June 6, 2017.
36.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Predictors of having first-born taken into care at birth: A population-based longitudinal cohort study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference: Toronto, ON, May 24, 2017.

2016


1.Chartier M, Sareen J, Munro G, Murdock N, Cook R, Afifi T, Schellenberg F, Boyd L, Wilcox H, Katz LY, Brownell M, Chateau D, Bolton J, Elias B, Isaak C, Embry DD, Richardson C, Woodgate R, Jiang D, Mayer T, Volk J, Bolton S-L. Pathways to health equity for Aboriginal Peoples. One-day conference with the Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Team, as well as representatives from Northern Health, Healthy Child Manitoba, and PAXIS Institute to celebrate the success of the grant funding, facilitate team building and begin discussions on implementing the PAX Good Behavior Game in First Nations Community project objectives. Winnipeg, MB, March 14, 2016.
2.Chateau D, Nickel N. A program for understanding what works for children. Presented at: Health Ethics Forum 2016, “Health for All: Equity, Access and the Ethics of “Universal” Health Care,” Winnipeg, MB, March 1, 2016
3.Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Koseva I, Rajotte L, Burchill C, Chartier M. Prevalence of CKD in children: A population-based study in Manitoba. CSN Annual General Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 2016
4.Fransoo R. The mental health of Manitoba's children: Prevalence and use of the health care system. CPD for Primary Care, March 4, 2016
5.Hill AD, Ramsey CD, Dodek P, Kozak JF, Doupe M, Fowler RA, Wong H, Fransoo R, Scales DC, Garland A. Marital status does not explain the male predominance of ICU admission among home care clients. 2016 American Thoracic Society Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 13-18, 2016
6.Hinds A, Betchel B, Distasio J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Predicting who applies to public housing using linked administrative data. International Population Data Linkage Conference (IPDLC), Wales, UK; August 2016
7.Janus M, Brownell M, Gaskin A, Rowcliffe P, Guhn M, Schroeder J. Early Development Instrument (EDI): monitoring children’s developmental outcomes at school entry. (workshop). Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference, March 6, 2016, Vancouver, BC
8.Katz A, Chateau D, Taylor C, Valdivia J. What is the relationship between model of primary care delivery and quality of care? North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, November 12-16, 2016
9.Katz A, Chateau C, Taylor C, Valdivia J. Measuring the social complexity of primary care patients with linked administrative data. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, November 12-16, 2016
10.Katz A, Christopher A, Bor D, Woolhandler S, Himmelstein D, Chateau D, Taylor C, McCormick D. Comparison of trends in DKA hospitalization rates for adolescents between the US and Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, November 12-16, 2016
11.Katz A, Christopher A, Bor D, Woolhandler S, Himmelstein D, Chateau D, Taylor C, McCormick D. Comparison of trends in DKA hospitalization rates for adolescents between the US and Canada. Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2016
12.Khangura SD, Karaceper MD, Chakraborty P, Coyle D, Wilson K, Brownell M, Davies C, Dodds L, Ducharme R, Feigenbaum A, Fell D, Guttmann A, Hawken S, Hayeems R, Kronick JB, Laberge AM, Mhanni A, Nakhla M, Rockman-Greenberg C, Sparkes R, Ueda K, Wilson B, Potter BK, Canadian Inherited Metabolic Diseases Research Network (CIMDRN). Health system impact of false positive newborn screening results for medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency and phenylketonuria in Ontario, Canada. Presented at the: American College of Genetics and Genomics Annual Meeting, Tampa FL, March 11, 2016
13.McPherson L, Chartier M. Mother's mental health and well-being: How you can play a role in navigating the journey. "Our Gems Our Future II" March 10, 2016
14.Nickel N. Supporting breastfeeding among very low-income dyads: A PATHS Equity Project. 18th International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa, March 6, 2016
15.Sokoro A, Lix L, thorlacius L, Moffatt M, Bohm E, Rodd C. Increased rates of 25-hydroxy vitamin D testing: Dissecting a modern epidemic. Presented at CAHSPR, Toronto, ON, May 2016
16.Thiessen K, Nickel N, Prior H, Banerjee A, Morris M, Robinson K. Maternity Outcomes in Manitoba Women: A Comparison between Midwifery-led Care & Physician-led Care at Birth. Presented at: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, AB, February 11, 2016.
17.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL. Siblings and graduation. Presented at the PATHS Equity Conference, Winnipeg, MB, May 31, 2016
18.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Nickel N. Teenage pregnancy: The impact of maternal adolescent childbearing and older sister's teenage pregnancy on a younger sister. CAHSPR, Toronto, ON, May 10, 2016
19.Yang S, Leslie WD, Walld R, Roos LL, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Objectively-verified parental non-hip fractures and offspring osteoporotic fracture risk: A population-based familial linkage study. Presented at the Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference, Toronto, ON, October 14-15, 2016. Received the CMC-OC Award for Best Abstract

2015


1.Anhalt A, Simard LR, Hanlon-Dearman A, Liu XQ. Genome-wide DNA Methylation Profiles in Twins with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Child Health Research Days, University of Manitoba, September 30 - October 1, 2015.
2.Bernstein C, Targownik L, Banerjee A, Singh H, Chateau D, Burchill C, Roos L. Caesarian section is not a risk factor for the development of IBD: A population-based analysis. Poster presentation during Digestive Disease Week® (DDW), Washington, DC, May 16-19, 2015. (Selected as a poster of distinction)
3.Browne AF, Brownell M, Majid F, Nickel NC, Pauly B. Tackling inequities: the role of research in shrinking the gap. Panel Discussion. Public Health 2015 Conference, Vancouver, BC, May 25-28, 2015
4.Brownell M. Turning evidence into action: using Big-Data to drive improvements in child health and well-being. New South Wales Ministry of Health, December 3, 2015, Sydney, NSW, Australia
5.Brownell M. Turning evidence into action: using Big-Data to drive improvements in child health and well-being. University of New South Wales, Faculty of Medicine Seminar, December 2, 2015, Sydney, NSW, Australia
6.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D, Burland E, Taylor C, Sarkar J, Katz A, Goh CY, Chartier M. $81 A Month: A PATHS Equity study evaluating the impact of an unconditional income supplement on child health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 1, 2015
7.Brownell M. The educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. River-East Transcona Student Services Unit. Winnipeg, MB, October 22, 2015
8.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 20, 2015. (keynote presentation)
9.Brownell M. Health inequities in Manitoba: is the socioeconomic gap in health widening or narrowing over time? 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB October 20, 2015. (keynote presentation)
10.Brownell M, Chartier MJ. How are Manitoba’s Children Doing? Presentation to Frontier School Division, Winnipeg, MB, August 31, 2015
11.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D, Martens P, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, PATHS Equity Team. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children Project. CAHSPR, Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
12.Brownell M, Nickel N, Browne A, Majiid F, Pauly B. Tackling health inequities: the role of research in shrinking the gap. Panel presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Vancouver BC, May 25, 2015
13.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: A program of research into what works to reduce the gap for Manitoba’s children. PATHS Advisory Board Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
14.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: Overview. Evidence to Action. Presented at: The Third Annual Knowledge Exchange Between MCHP & Manitoba Government; March 5, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
15.Brownell M. Educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. Presented at: Evidence to Action: Third Annual Knowledge Exchange between MCHP & Manitoba Government; March 5, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (keynote presentation)
16.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? Presented at: Frontier School Division 37th Annual School Committee Conference; February 13, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
17.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: a program of research into what works to reduce the gap for Manitoba’s children. Presented at: Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba, Research Rounds; February 12, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
18.Brownell M. Educational outcomes for Manitoba children. Presented at: United Way of Winnipeg, Education and Neighbourhood Impact Councils meeting; January 19, 2015; Winnipeg, MB
19.Brownell M. Educational outcomes for Manitoba children. Presented at: United Way of Winnipeg, Education and Neighbourhood Impact Councils meeting; January 19, 2015; Winnipeg, MB
20.Chartier MJ. Recent and upcoming research involving Indigenous Peoples in Manitoba. Presentation to the Continuing Professional Development Program of the College of Medicine, December 4, 2015
21.Chartier MJ, Munro G, Sareen J, Implementation Research Team. PAX-Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: Enhancing and adapting a school-based mental health promotion and suicide prevention strategy. Presentation to the 3rd Annual Indigenous Health Research Symposium: Mapping the Way Forward, Winnipeg, MB, November 26, 2015
22.Chartier M, Nickel N, Brownell M, Chateau D, Katz A, Burland E, Isaac M, Sarkar J, Taylor C, Goh CY. Improving child health with a home visitation program: A PATHS Equity Project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 4, 2015
23.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
24.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva C, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans living with chronic kidney disease. Presentation to Health Minister, Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2015
25.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva C, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans Living with chronic kidney disease. Presentation to Manitoba Health, Healthy Living and Seniors, Winnipeg, MB, September 11, 2015
26.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System, Frontier School Division, August 31, 2015
27.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens PJ, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, Hu M, Santos R, Bolton J, Burchill C, Doupe M, Enns J, Finlayson G, Fransoo R, Jutte D, Katz L, Lix L, Metge C, Quddus F, Raymond C, Roos L, Roos N, Smith M, Walld R. Are home visiting programs for at-risk children effective at reducing population level health and social disparities? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
28.Chartier M, Brownell M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Jutte D, Martens PJ, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, Hu M, Santos R, the PATHS Equity Team. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. CAHSPR, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015.
29.Chartier M. Community schools’ investigators (CSI) summer learning enrichment program: A PATHS Equity for Children project. PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015.
30.Chartier M. Is the Families First Visiting Program effective at reducing population level health and social disparities? PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
31.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
32.Chateau D, Nickel N. Using equity measures to evaluate health and social policies and interventions on health equity. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 4, 2015
33.Chateau D. Timing of teen pregnancy and high school enrollment: A PATHS Equity for Children project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 4, 2015
34.Chateau D, Nickel N, Brownell M. Combining administrative data from multiple agencies: Housing, Justice, Education, and Health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 2, 2015
35.Chateau D. High Users of Health Services for Primary Care Network Planning. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
36.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Evaluation of the Manitoba IMPRxOVE program. Open minds Strategy and Innovation Institute, New Orleans, LA, June 16, 2015
37.Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC: May 26, 2015
38.Chateau D. Early psychosis prevention and intervention services program (EPPIS). PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
39.Chateau D. High Users of Health Services for Primary Care Network Planning. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
40.Chateau D. Early psychosis prevention and intervention services program (EPPIS) EPPIS Team meeting & PATHS Research Forum, Winnipeg, MB, April 22, 2015
41.Doupe M. Defining the major determinants of emergency department patient flow. Presented to the Winnipeg Health Region Emergency Joint Council. Winnipeg, MB, June 15, 2015
42.Doupe M. Defining the Major Determinants of Emergency Department Patient Flow. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
43.Erickson J, Doupe M. Changes in Potentially inappropriate drug prescribing with nursing home admission. The Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference. Montreal, QC, May 25-28, 2015
44.Finlayson G. Alcohol and the Associated Health and Healthcare Burden in Manitoba. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
45.Fransoo R. Broad impacts of the Roots of Empathy program. Preliminary findings. PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
46.Heaman M, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Factors associated with preterm birth: A population-based study in Manitoba. Poster presentation: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, February 24, 2015; Montebello, QC
47.Heaman M, Kingston D, Brownell M, Helewa M, Derksen S, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba. Poster presentation at: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting; February 24, 2015; Montebello, QC
48.Herpai N, Smith G, Katz A. The Patient Medical Home: how do Canadian primary care practices measure up to its ten goals? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
49.Hitchon CA, Khan S, Elilas B, El-Gabalawy HS, Katz A, Peschken CA. Disparities in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in First Nations: A population based study. Presented at: CRA Annual Scientific Meeting & AHPA Annual Meeting; Frontenac, Quebec City; February 5, 2015
50.Katz A. Provincial MSK Data: How does it help? The aging musculoskeletal system: Reinvigorating Bone & Joint Care and the Healthcare System Conference. Winnipeg, MB, November 20, 2015. Invited presentation
51.Katz A. Improving the policy research environment. Evidence on Tap: Best Brains Exchange. Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Ottawa, ON. November 13, 2015. Invited presentation
52.Katz A. Improving the policy research environment. Evidence on Tap: Best Brains Exchange. Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Ottawa, ON. November 13, 2015. Invited presentation
53.Katz A. Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 20, 2015
54.Katz A. Responding to the International Refugee Crisis: Is there a Community Health Sciences Response? Bold Ideas, Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, September 25, 2015
55.Katz A. A comparison of models of primary care delivery in Winnipeg. CSIS, July 13, 2015
56.Katz A, Tamblyn R, Boileau L, Brouselle A, Levesque J-F, Russell G. Building systems-level evidence from the mosaic of 12 research programs in the CIHR signature initiative on community based primary health care. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015
57.Katz A, Chateau D, Taylor C, Valdivia J, Walld R. Do patients attending different models of primary care in Winnipeg differ in complexity? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
58.Katz A. Innovation in community-based primary healthcare supporting transformation (iPHIT) in First Nation and rural/remote communities in Manitoba. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
59.Katz A, Clair M, Pedersen KM. Health system improvement in Australia: Knowledge organizations as enablers. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015. Panel presentation
60.Katz A, Sinclair S, Phillips-Beck W, Avery Kinew K. Where’s the 911 for First Nation peoples mental health services in Manitoba? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
61.Katz A. Comparison of the Social Complexities across the Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg, CAHSPR Conference; Montreal, QC, May 25, 2015
62.Katz A. A Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg: Sneak Peak. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, May 8, 2015
63.Levesque J-F. Keynote presentation. Health system improvement in Australia: Knowledge organization as enablers. Panelists: Alan Katz, Michel Clair, Kjeld Moller Pedersen. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference (CAHSPR), Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
64.Lix LM, Leslie WD, Yang S, Yan L, Walld R, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Roos LL. Validity of self-reported parent hip fracture: A population-based parent-offspring cohort-record linkage study. Farr Institute International Conference 2015, St. Andrews, Scotland, August 26-28, 2015
65.Lix LM, Smith M, Pitz M, Ahmed R, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. A Comparison of Comorbidity Measures for Predicting Healthcare Utilization in Cancer Patients. Oral presentation. 2015 CAHSPR Conference. May 25-18, 2015
66.Nickel N, Chateau D, Brownell M, Katz A, Burland E, Walld R, Hu M, Taylor C, Sarkar J, Goh CY. Using big data for health policy research: A project of the Pathways to Health and Social Equity Program of Research. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
67.Nickel N. $81 a month: A PATHS Equity study evaluating the impact of an unconditional income supplement on child health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
68.Nickel N. Improving child health with a home visitation program: A PATHS Equity Project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
69.Nickel N. Alcohol and the Associated Health and Healthcare Burden in Manitoba. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
70.Phillips-Beck W, Katz A, Star L, Eni R, Kvoon-Achan G, Kinew KA, Garson C. Negotiation, reciprocity and reality: The experience of collaboration in the “Innovation in Community-based Primary Health Care (CBPHC) supporting transformation in the health of First Nation and rural/remote communities in Manitoba (iPHIT)” program of research. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
71.Picard A, Chateau D, Lundstrom S, St. John P. Will baby boomers bankrupt Medicare? Health Innovation Conference/LEAN Congress, Winnipeg, MB, September 15, 2015
72.Randall J, Chateau D, Taylor C, Bolton J, Katz L, Martens P, Katz A, Smith M, Raymond C, Burland E, Sarkar J, Hu M, Goh CY, Brownell M, Nickel. N, Burchill C, Metge C, Jutte D, Quddus F, Finlayson G, Enns J, Roos LL, Lix L, Doupe M, Chartier M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Walld R, Santos R. Increasing medication adherence and income assistance access for first-episode psychosis patients through an early intervention service: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference; Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 1-3, 2015
73.Randall J, Chateau D, Taylor C, Bolton J, Katz L, Martens P, Katz A, Smith M, Raymond C, Burland E, Sarkar J, Hu M, Goh CY, Brownell M, Nickel. N, Burchill C, Metge C, Jutte D, Quddus F, Finlayson G, Enns J, Roos LL, Lix L, Doupe M, Chartier M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Walld R, Santos R. Effect of an early intervention for psychosis treatment program on suicidal behaviour and hospital service use: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference; Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015
74.Reider R, Doupe M, Khan S. Potentially Avoidable Emergency Department Visits Made by Nursing Home Residents (Poster Presentation). The Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference. Montreal, QC, May 25-28, 2015
75.Roos N. Making evidence matter. Bold Ideas 2015-2016. Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 27, 2015
76.Roos N, MacDonald S. The Manitoba Poverty Tool. Winnipeg Foundation, Winnipeg, MB, June 2, 2015
77.Schull M, Paprica A, Katz A, Smith M, McGrail K. Pan-Canadian Real-world Health Data Network. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015. Panel presentation
78.Smith M, Tan A, Brownell M. So you want to do research? Information about the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre Lunch and Learn. Winnipeg, MB, October 22, 2015
79.Smith M, Lix L, Quon H, Prior H, Hong S, Koseva I. Utilization of emergency departments (ED) in cancer patients in Manitoba, Canada. Farr Institute International Conference 2015, St. Andrews, Scotland, August 26-28, 2015
80.Smith M, Lix LM, Quon H, Griffith J, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Utilization of Emergency Departments by Cancer Patients in Manitoba. Oral presentation. 2015 FARR Institute Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland. Aug 27, 2015
81.Smith M, Lix LM, Quon H, Griffith J, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Utilization of Emergency Departments (ED) in Cancer Patients in Manitoba, Canada. Oral presentation. 2015 CAHSPR Conference. May 25-18, 2015
82.Spiwak R, Elias B, Bolton JM, Martens PJ, Chartier M, Sareen J. A critical review of the use of administrative data to study suicide bereavement. Presentation to the International Academy of Suicide Research, New York, NY, October 11, 2015
83.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L, Chateau D. Administrative data and life course epidemiology. Oral presentation at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-28, 2015
84.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L. Predictors of employment and income assistance usage in early adulthood across type and income quintile. Poster presentation at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-28, 2015
85.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Hingwala J, Rigatto. C, Dart A, Chartier M, Bueti J, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Poster presentation. ASN. Nov 3-8, 2015
86.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Hingwala J, Rigatto C, Dart A, Chartier M, Bueti J, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Poster presentation at: The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Annual General Meeting, November 3-8, 2015, San Diego, CA.
87.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Dart A, Chartier M, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Presentation to the Canadian Society of Nephrology, Montréal, QC, April 23, 2015
88.Yang S, Leslie WD, Yan L, Walld R, Roos LL, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Parental hip fracture is an adequate risk factor for fracture: A population-based parent-offspring linkage analysis. ASBMR 2015 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 9-12, 2015

2014


1.Brennan SL, Yan L, Lix LM, Morin SR, Leslie WD. Sex-specific associations between income and incident major osteoporotic fractures: A population-based analysis. Presented at: ASBMR Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
2.Brownell M. The whole really is greater than the sum of its parts! What we can learn about children’s health through data linkage. Presented at: Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Webinar; November 12, 2014
3.Brownell M, Manlon-Dearman A, Chateau D, MacWilliam L, Singal D, Phillips-Beck W, Longstaffe S, Elias B, Chudley A, Roos NP. Use of health, education and social services by First Nations Manitobans with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
4.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, MacWilliam L, Schultz J. Linking data for child welfare research: Using linked administrative data to describe educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. Presented at: the 20th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect; September 16, 2014; Nagoya, Japan
5.Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D, Martens PJ, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar JBurland, E, Goh CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON: May 27, 2014
6.Brownell M, Chartier M, Nickel NC, Martens PJ, Chateau D, Burland E, Sarkar J, Taylor C, Goh CY, Jutte D. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 27, 2014; Toronto, ON
7.Brownell M, Chartier M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: Canada Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 201; Toronto, ON
8.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Nickel N. PATHS Equity for Children: A Program of Research for Understanding What Works for Children. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 14, 2014; Toronto, ON
9.Brownell M. An homage to Clyde Hertzman’s legacy: using population level data to monitor child development. Presented at: Social Policy and Health Inequalities: an International Perspective; May 7, 2014; Montreal, QC
10.Brownell M, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chateau D, MacWillian L, Singal D, Phillips-Beck W, Longstaffe S, Roos N, Elias B, Chudley A. Use of health, education and social services by First Nations Manitobans with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28, 2014; Vancouver, BC.
11.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: an overview. Evidence to Action: Second Annual Knowledge. Presented at: Exchange Between MCHP and Manitoba Government; Winnipeg, MB, February 20, 2014
12.Brownell M. The long-term impact of full-day kindergarten. Paper presented at: Evidence to Action: Second Annual Knowledge Exchange Between MCHP and Manitoba Government; February 20, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
13.Brownell M. Risk assessment: lessons from Manitoba, Canada. Frontiers of Risk Epidemiology in Early Childhood. Paper presented at: Expert meeting at the German Youth Institute; Munich, Germany, January 30, 2014
14.Chartier M. Why is early childhood education and childcare so crucial to Francophones living in a minority context? Presented at: Child Care 2020: From Vision to Action Conference; November 15, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
15.Chartier M, Brownell M, Santos R, Ekuma O, Au W, Sarkar J, MacWilliam L, Burland E, Koseva I. How are Manitoba Kids Doing? Presented at: the Northern Summit; October 21, 2014; Thompson, MB
16.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva I, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L, Thomson T. Care of Manitobans Living with Chronic Kidney Disease. Presented at: the Regional Health Authority Workshop, October 21, 2014
17.Chartier MJ, Knoll-Kowk L, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. The Towards Flourishing Project: Preliminary Results. Presented to: the Families First Home Visitors; October 15, 2014; Selkirk, MB
18.Chartier MJ, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. Developing and Sustaining Mental Health Promotion for Children and Families within the Public Health Care System: Lessons Learned from the Towards Flourishing Strategy. Presented to: the Health Senior Leadership Council; October 9, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
19.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presented to: the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; October 7, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
20.Chartier MJ, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. Developing and Sustaining Mental Health Promotion for Children and Families within the Public Health Care System: Lessons Learned from the Towards Flourishing Strategy. Presented to: the London Congress; September 2014; London England
21.Chartier MJ. Early Childhood Development Programs Make a Difference? Presented to: the Social Pediatrics Program, University of Manitoba; August 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
22.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel NMartens, P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presentation to: the Need to Know Team; June 3, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
23.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, the PATHS Equity Team. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presented at: the 2014 CAHSPR Conference; May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
24.Chartier M, Volk JS, Cooper M, Quddus F, McCarthy J-A, the Towards Flourishing Team. Relationship between Positive Mental Health and Mental Distress Among At-Risk Women in the Post-Partum Period: Results from the Towards Flourishing Project. Presented at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
25.Chartier M, Volk JS, Cooper M. Integrating a mental health promotion strategy for families in the postpartum period within an existing public health program: Perspectives from parents, home visitors, and public health nurses. Presented at: the 4th International Conference on Families with Parental Mental Health Challenges: Addressing the Needs of the Whole Family; April 2014; Berkeley, CA
26.Chateau D. Patient complexity in Winnipeg primary care clinics. Presented at: The Family Medicine Primary Care Regional Meeting; December 1, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
27.Chateau D, Taylor C, Metge C, Chartier M, Shaw S, Goh CY, Burland E, Martens P, the PATHS Equity Team. The Timing of Teen Pregnancy and High School Enrollment: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
28.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. The impact of and audit and feedback intervention to reduce potentially inappropriate prescriptions: Evaluating the IMPRxOVE program in Manitoba. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR); May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
29.Chateau D, Targownik L, Fillion K, Dahl M. Addressing confounding through creative cohort construction: CNODES analysis of PPIs and Pneumonia. Oral presentation at: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba; April 30, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
30.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Evaluating the IMPRxOVE program: co-operative data sharing amongst private industry, government and academia. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference (IHDL) April 28, 2014; Vancouver, BC
31.Chatier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Hu M, Valdivia J, Schultz J. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of Health Care System. Presented to: Manitoba Health; June 19, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
32.Doupe M. Integration of Care Across the Continuum. Presented at: Best Practices in Rehabilitation 2014: Collaborate, Innovate, Rehabilitate; June 6, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
33.Doupe M, Finlayson G, Mason G, Schultz J, Yogendran M, Khan S. Supportive housing and nursing homes for older adults: Having the right place to live. Presentation at: CAHSPR, May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
34.Doupe M. The Cost of Publicly Supported Housing for Seniors - Implications for Future Funding. Paper presented at: The Need to Know Team Workshop No. 39; February 3-4, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
35.Fransoo R. Using data from the 2013 RHA Atlas for planning in Northern Health Region.’ Keynote presentation at: first annual Northern Health Summit; November 18, 2014; Thompson, MB
36.Fransoo R. Control issues: Fostering research innovation, better public policy, and health equity through the integration of gender and sex in linked population-based health data. Panel member for Sub-Plenary session coordinated by CIHR Institute of Gender and Health, at the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 29, 2014; Vancouver, BC
37.GHalas G, Temple B, Katz A, Schonwetter D. Receptiveness to Health Education and the Influence of Provider-Patient Communication. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY. Poster Presentation
38.Gingerich JR, Lambert PJ, Pitz MW, Daeninck PJ, Doupe M. The risks of debilitating falls (DFs) in patients (pts) with cancer: The Manitoba experience. Presented at: 2014 ASCO Annual Meeting; May 30 – June 3, 2014; Chicago, Il
39.Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Schultz A, Wener P, Katz A. The risks of debilitating falls (DFs) in patients (pts) with cancer: The Manitoba experience. Presented at: 2014 ASCO Annual Meeting; May 30 – June 3, 2014; Chicago, Il
40.Halas G, Goertzen L, Rothney J, Schultz A, Wener P, Katz A. Mapping the Last Decade of Tobacco Control Literature Relevant to Primary Prevention Strategies: A Scoping Review. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 23, 2014; New York, NY
41.Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Thiessen KR, Derksen SA. Predictors of inadequate prenatal care: a population-based study in Manitoba. Presented at: The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada 70-th Annual Clinical and Scientific Conference; June 11, 2014; Niagara Falls ON
42.Heaman MI, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada. Presented at: Society for Gynecologic Investigation 61st Annual Scientific Meeting; March 28, 2014; Florence, Italy
43.Heaman MI, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada. Paper presented at: Society for Gynecologic Investigation 61st Annual Scientific Meeting; March 28, 2014; Florence, Italy
44.Israeli E, Graff L, Clara I, Walker J, Lix LM, Targownik L, Bernstein C. Disability rates a decade after diagnosis in a population based IBD cohort. Presented at: Digestive Disease Week; May 4-6, 2014; Chicago, Il
45.Karaceper MD, Brownell M, Casey R, Chakraborty P, Coyle D, Dodds L, Feigenbaum A, Fell D, Grosse S, Guttmann A, Laberge AM, Mhanni A, Miller F, Nakhla M, Rockman-Greenberg C, Sparkes R, Vallance H, Wilson B, Wilson K, Potter BK, on behalf of the Canadian Inherited Metabolic Diseases Research Network. The epidemiology and health services impact of medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase definciency among affected children and those with false positive newborn screening results in Ontario. Presented at: 2014 Joint Garrod and Canadian Newborn & Child Screening Symposium; May 29, 2014; Ottawa ON
46.Katz A, Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Wener P, Schultz A. Team Approaches for Creating a Foundation of Research: A Systematic Scoping Review of Reviews. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY
47.Katz A. Small “r” Research for Community Docs. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 14, 2014; Quebec
48.Katz A, Levitt C, Johnston J. Developing Communications Tools to Support the Goals of the Section of Researchers’ Blueprint. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
49.Katz A. Big Data Analytics Research Forum. Keynote Speaker: September 24, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
50.Katz A. Scoping a decade of tobacco dependence research: where have we been and where can we go? The Cancer and Primary Care Research Presented at: International Network (CaPRI) Conference; June 12, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
51.Katz A. Screening, Prevention and Risk Guide. Presented at: the Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (CaPRI) Conference, June 10, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
52.Katz A. Symptom-Based Diagnosis Guide. Poster Presentation. Presented at: the Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (CaPRI) Conference: June 10, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
53.Katz A. Primary Healthcare Renewal: No measurable short term gain. Poster Presentation. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 15, 2014; Toronto, ON
54.Katz A, Singer A. Opportunities for Practice Reflection and Continuous Improvement, Peer Collaboration and Education Session. Paper presented at: Manitoba Peer-to-Peer Network; January 29, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
55.Kuwornu JP, Lix LM, Quail J, Teare Osman, M, Wang E. Duration of episodes of healthcare utilization for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
56.Kuwornu JP, Lix LM, Quail J, Teare GF, Osman M, Wang E. Duration of episodes of healthcare utilization for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
57.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Morin S, Majumdar S. Does diabetes modify the effect of FRAX risk factors for major osteoporotic and hip fracture prediction? Presented at: The Manitoba BMD Cohort. ASBMR 2014 Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
58.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Didier H, Morin S, Majumdar S. Effect of vertebral artifact and exclusions on fracture prediction from lumbar spine BMD and TBS (Trabecular Bone Score) Presented at: The Manitoba BMD Cohort. ASBMR 2014 Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
59.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Winzenrieth R, Hans D. Difference in spine TBS between men and women: Real or technical? Paper presented at: Annual meeting of the International Society of Clinical Densitometry; February 20-22, 2014; Orlando, FL
60.Leslie WD, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Lies, damn lies and reclassification statistics: Implications for assessing new risk factors for improving fracture risk prediction with FRAX. Presented at: Annual meeting of the International Society of Clinical Densitometry; February 20-22, 2014; Orlando, FL
61.Levitt C, Katz A, Mang E, Safarov A. The Most Notable Family Medicine Research Studies in Canada: A Retrospective. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 24, 2014; New York, NY
62.Levitt C, Mang E, Katz A, Safarov A. The Most Notable Family Medicine Research Studies in Canada: A retrospective. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
63.Lix LM, Wu X, Hopman W, Mayo NE, Sajobi TT, Liu J, Sawatzky R. Differential item functioning in the SF-36 physical functioning and mental health sub-scales: A population-based analysis from Canada. Presented at: ISOQOL 21st Annual Conference, October 15-18, 2014; Berlin, Germany
64.Lix LM. Estimating completeness of administrative health databases for ascertaining chronic disease cases: A numeric example with Parkinson's disease. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference; May 12-15, 2014; Toronto, ON
65.Lix LM, Smith M, Sanmartin C, Levy A, Dai S. The Science of Data Quality: Identifying Research Priorities. Poster presentation at: The International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
66.Lix LM, Yao X, Sikdar K, Kephart G, Quan H, Smith M, Kuwornu JP, Manoharan M. Estimating the Completeness of Physician Billing Claims for Diabetes Case Ascertainment. Oral presentation at: the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
67.MacDonald S, Roos N. Child poverty: A practical tool for primary care – poverty interventions for child health. Presented at: Pediatric Residency Academic Half Day Program; June 18, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
68.MacDonald S, Roos N. What doctors can do to address their patients’ poverty. Presented at: Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Integrated Tuberculosis Services Journal Club Meeting; May 30, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
69.Manyanga T, Fransoo R, Doupe M, Sellers E. Does the increase in BMI associated with initiation of Insulin Therapy among youth newly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) predict Obesity at age 18? Presented at: The 17th Annual CDA/CSEM Professional Conference and Annual Meetings; October 22-25, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
70.Martens PJ. Building partnerships with decision-makers: Lessons from MCHP and the award-winning Need to Know Team. Invited plenary speech. Presented at: Cancer Research and primary Care International Meeting; June 11, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
71.Martens PJ. Telling stories – the art of making our health services research “stick”. Presented at: The Emmett Hall Memorial Lectureship. The CAHSPR Conference; May 14, 2014; Toronto, ON
72.Martens PJ, Nickel N, Prior H, Walld R, Soodeen RA, Forget E, Lix L, Turner D, Rajotte L. Smoking: The burden attributable to smoking on the healthcare system. Presented to: the Canadian Public Health Association, May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
73.Martens PJ, Nickel N, Prior H, Walld R, Soodeen RA, Forget E, Lix L, Turner D, Rajotte L. Smoking: A population-based analysis of burden on the hospital system in Manitoba, Canada. Presented at: International Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
74.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. MCHP – getting to the heart of MCHP/RHAM collaborations. Paper presented at: RHAM Council of Chairs meeting; February 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB. Invited speaker
75.Martens PJ. MCHP – who we are and what we do. Paper presented at: CancerCare MB Board of Directors; January 16, 2014; Winnipeg, MB. Invited speaker
76.Menear M, Levitt C, Ruffalo F, Katz A. Building a National Community of Practice in Primary Health Care Research. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
77.Metge C, Chateau D, Shaw S, Taylor C, Chartier M, Martens P, Charette C, Santos R, Lix L, the PATHS Equity Team. Missing the Mark? Comparing rates of pregnancy and STIs among non-enrolled and in-school adolescents: Results from the PATH Equity for Children project. Presented at: the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
78.Nickel NC. Causal inference in health equity research. Panel-PATHS Equity for Children: A program of research for understanding what works for children. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2014 Annual Conference, Toronto ON
79.Nickel NC, Martens PJ, Sarkar J. What’s the real burden of formula feeding on the healthcare system-A Manitoba population-based study. Presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2014 Annual Conference; May 12-15, 2014; Toronto ON
80.O'Donnell M, Brownell M, MacLean M. Entering out-of-home care during childhood: cumulative incidence study in two developed countries. Presented at: 20th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect; September 15, 2014; Nagoya, Japan
81.O'Donnell M, Brownell M, MacLean M. Entering out-of-home care during childhood: cumulative Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell MD, Chartier MJ, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, Lennon S. The association of inadequate prenatal care and maternal-infant outcomes: a population-based study. Presented at: The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada 70-th Annual Clinical and Scientific Conference; June 11, 2014; Niagara Falls, ON
82.Pei J, Santos R, Plesuk D, Brownell M, Andrew K, Tremblay M, Bryans M. Evaluation: What’s all the fuss about? Panel presentation, Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 6, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
83.Platt RW, Henry D, Dormuth C, Ernst P, Chateau D, Lix LM. Observational studies of drug safety in distributed data networks: experience from Canadian Network for observational drug effect studies. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
84.Radbone C, Morris A, Iron K, Basso P, Thayer D, Smith M. Researchable Data Repositories - Establishing and running DataBanks. Invited Presentation. Pre-conference workshop at the International Health Data Linkage Conference, April 28-30, 2014. Vancouver, BC
85.Ramsden V, Katz A, Levitt C. Preparation for Research Education/Excitement/Enhancement/Engagement in Practice Action Group. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
86.Riediger N, Lix LM, Bruce SG. Predictors of longitudinal change in apoB in a First Nation cohort: The importance of sex. Presented at: CIHR-ICRH Young Investigator Forum; May 26-28, 2014; Edmonton, AB
87.Riediger N, Lix L, Bruce SG. Progression of cardiometabolic disease in a Canadian First Nation cohort: The importance of sex. Presented at: Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD); April 24-26, 2014; Minneapolis, MN
88.Robitaille C, Dai S, Waters C, the Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System Heart Disease Working Group. Ischemic heart disease prevalence and incidence in Canada. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, Vancouver, BC, October 25-28, 2014
89.Roos LL. What are we doing here: Large databases and the human touch. Presented at: the Keynote Panel: Big Data for Health Policy Research; November 3-6, 2014; Toronto, ON
90.Roos LL. What are we doing here: Large databases and the human touch. Presented at: The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Research Forum October 22, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
91.Roos N, Buist S. Investigative journalism and human rights. Invited speaker at ‘Holding Power to Account – Investigative Journalism, Democracy and Human Rights’. June 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
92.Roos N, Brownell M. What social and educational data resources add to understanding children’s outcomes. Invited speaker: Inaugural Lecture, Farr Institute Seminar. May 19, 2014; Edinburgh, Scotland. Also on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6tbvgzyeN0
93.Roos N. Pushing health policy evidence to the media: EvidenceNetwork.ca. Invited speaker: First do no Harm – the Second International Conference on Health Journalism. May 18, 2014; Coventry, United Kingdom
94.Roos LL, Smith M, Towns D, Turner K, Ostapyk T, Burchill C. An Information-Rich Environment: Opportunities and Challenges for the Next Generation, Inaugural Lecture Presented at: The Farr Institute of Scotland; May 19, 2014; Edinburgh, Scotland
95.Roos LL. Predicting risk of health and adverse education outcomes over the life course. Presented at: The 2nd International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
96.Roos N, Uzonna J, Keynan Y, Kobinger G. ‘Publish to Flourish’ Workshop, organized by the Medical Microbiology Student Council, University of Manitoba; March 19, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
97.Sajobi T, Lix LM, Singh G, Fick GH. Statistical inference on discriminant function coefficients in the presence of non-normality and covariance heterogeneity. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada; May 27, 2014; Toronto, ON
98.Schultz A, Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Wener P, Katz A. Exploring How Equity is Situated Within the Tobacco Control and Physical Activity Literature: A Scoping Review of Reviews From the Last Decade. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 23, 2014; New York, NY
99.Singal D, Brownell M, Chateau D, Roos L, Longstaffe S, Hanlon-Dearman A. The mental health of women who give birth to children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Manitoba. Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
100.Singal D, Brownell M, Chateau D, Roos L, Longstaffe S, Hanlon-Dearman A. Utilizing administrative databases to capture information in the drug and alcohol use of women who give birth to children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Manitoba. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
101.Singal D, Menard C, Friesen C, Zarychanski R, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chudley A, Brownell M. A systematic review of treatments for children and adolescents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
102.Singer A, Yakubovitch S, Katz A. Is Our EMR Data Reliable? An analysis of data quality in Manitoba. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
103.Singh G, Sajobi TT, Fick GH, Lix LM. Estimating transition probabilities between reversible health states: A comparison of statistical method. Presented at: SSC Student Conference; May 24, 2014; Toronto, ON
104.Smith M, Finlayson G, Martens P, Dunn J, Prior H, Soodeen RA, Taylor C, Burchill C, Hinds A, Guenette W. Social Housing in Manitoba: A First Look. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR); May 2014; Toronto, ON
105.Smith M. Data Quality Evaluation -What does it cost? What difference does it make? Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
106.Smith M, Ostapyk T, Nicol JP, Burchill C, Dziadek J. Population Health Research Data Repository - Data Flow Diagram. Poster presentation at: the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC.
107.Smith M, Hong S, Lix L, Burchill C, Azimaee M. Data quality evaluation -What does it cost? What difference does it make? Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
108.Volk JS, Chartier M, Cooper M, Quddus F, McCarthy J-A, the Towards Flourishing Team. Relationship between Positive Mental Health and Mental Distress Among At-Risk Women in the Post-Partum Period: Results from the Towards Flourishing Project. Presented to: the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Conference; May, 2014; Vancouver, B.C
109.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L, Chateau D. Early Childhood is Overrated - A Life Course Perspective Using Siblings and Populations. Poster presented at: the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics National Student Conference; May 9-10, 2014; Hamilton, ON
110.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Chateau D. Early Childhood is Overrated – A Life Course Perspective Using Siblings and Populations. Poster Presented at: Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Ideas Exchange Symposium in Honour of Clyde Hertzman; February 6, 2014; Toronto, ON
111.Winzenreith R, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM, Hans D, Leslie WD. Clinical performance of an updated version of trabecular bone score in men and women: The Manitoba BMD cohort. Presented at: ASBMR Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
112.Wong ST, Katz A. Continuity of Care: Does Having the Same Primary Care Provider Over Time Matter? Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY
113.Wong S, Katz A, Wodchis W, Teare G, Burge F. QUALICO-PC in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand: Recruitment, Responses, and Initial Cross Country Comparison with Australia and New Zealand. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
114.Wu X, Sawatzky R, Hopman W, Mayo NE, Sajobi TT, Liu J, Lix OM. Latent variable mixture models for differential item functioning: Application to the SF-36 physical functioning and mental health sub-scales. Presented at: ISOQOL 21st Annual Conference; 15 - 18 October, 2014; Berlin, Germany
115.Yao S, Lix L, Teare G, Shevchuk Y, Champagne A, Blackburn D. Impact of a provincial drug plan policy limiting out-of-pocket payment for seniors: A population-based study in Saskatchewan, Canada. Presented at: Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics 2014 Conference; November 2-4, 2014; Toronto, ON
116.Yao S, Lix L, Teare G, Shevchuk Y, Champagne A, Blackburn D. Medication copayment for seniors impacts prevalent but not incident users of chronic medications. Presented at: Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics 2014 Conference; November 2-4, 2014; Toronto, ON

2013


1.Alsabbagh MW. Socio-economic status and non-adherence to anti-hypertensive drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Paper presented at: Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics; November 2013; Toronto, ON
2.Arim RG, Guevremont A, Kohen DE, Brehaut JC, Miller AR, McGrail K, Brownell M, Lach LM, Rosenbaum PL. Socio-economic status and non-adherence to anti-hypertensive drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Paper presented at: Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics; November 2013; Toronto, ON
3.Azad MB, Dahl ME, Brownell M, Chartier M, Letourneau N, Kozyrskyj AL. Role of maternal distress in the perinatal programming of allergic disease. Paper presented at: DOHAD: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease; November 17-20, 2013; Singapore
4.Brownell M. Putting the pieces together: using linked data at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy to study child outcomes. Presented at: Saskatchewan Epidemiology Association 2013 Fall Symposium; November 7, 2013; Regina, SK. Keynote presentation
5.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s Children Doing? Workshop presented to: Provincial Healthy Child Advisory Committee; October 3, 2013; Winnipeg MB
6.Brownell M. Identification of factors and supports that contribute to the educational success of students in care. Presented at: 20th Annual RHA Workshop; October 29, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
7.Brownell M. How do experiences in childhood translate into health inequity? Presented at: Canadian Mental Health Association 2013 Annual Conference; October 17, 2013; Ottawa, ON. Keynote Address
8.Brownell MD, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chudley A, MacWilliam L, Longstaffe S, Roos BP, Yallop L. Use of Health and Social Services by Children and Youths with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at First International Conference on Prevention of FASD; September 23, 2013; Edmonton, AB
9.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Burland E, Nickel N, Goy CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Overview of the PATHS Equity for Children Research Program. Poster presented at: The Canadian Public Health Association National Conference; June 11, 2013; Ottawa, ON
10.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Burland E, Nickel N, Goy CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Overview of the PATHS Equity for Children research program. Paper presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2013 Annual Conference; May 28, 2013; Vancouver BC
11.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? Paper presented at: Family Services and Labour Lunch and Learn Session; May 24, 2013; Winnipeg MB
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Does it feel like that school assignment is going to take FOREVER to complete? Looking for some inspiration? Here's a list of quick tips to give you the extra push you need to finish that pesky paper . . . and put a smile on your face!

  1. Make a List, Check It Twice: If you have assignments flying at you from all different subjects, create a priority list that starts with what's due soonest as number one. Chances are the due dates will be spread out over time, so what you thought was a gigantic load of work won't actually be that overwhelming. Rate all the assignments based on how long you think they'll take, which ones seem like the hardest, or by subject. No matter how you rank them, you can start methodically working through them, and once you finish an assignment, go ahead and check it off your list!
  2. Homework for kids: Get It Over With: If you only have one project to complete, JUST DO IT. Imagine how it's going to feel when that one essay is complete. You're free! You can play basketball! You can ride your bike! You can hang out with friends (assuming all their homework for kids is done too)!
  3. Work With Study Buddies: Bond over textbooks with your friends. As long as you guys keep focused on studying, working in a group may indeed increase your productivity. You're all working towards a common goal of completing your homework for kids and when it's time for a break, you're already together!
  4. Homework for kids: Take a Break: There's nothing wrong with taking a 15-minute break if you feel like you need to rejuvenate yourself. Get up, stretch, make a snack, IM friends, hop in the shower, call your grandma, write a letter — do something completely unrelated to homework for kids. Once you're refreshed, you'll be ready to concentrate again.
  5. Reward Yourself: Make a deal with yourself before you begin to make a sizable dent in your workload. It can be anything from "If I finish this paper a day early, I'll buy that new DVD I've wanted," to "When I finish 20 math problems, I get to watch the game on TV tonight."
  6. Homework for kids: Tap Your Feet: Understandably, some people can't concentrate with music playing. But if putting tunes on helps you plow through assignments, slip your favorite CD in the stereo or turn the radio on, and do your work to the flow of the melody. And consider this: studies have shown that the part of the brain that is used to solve mathematical problems is stimulated by classical music. So crank up the Mozart when you're multiplying fractions!
  7. Homework for kids: Show the Teacher What You Can Do: Maybe you're not looking forward to doing a paper because you got a bad grade on the last one. Well, take this as an opportunity to show the teacher what you've got! If you feel like the situation is hopeless, just imagine the look on your teacher's face when you blow him away with your brilliance.
  8. Homework for kids: Pump Yourself Up: Sometimes it's hard to settle down and do homework for kids because you've been sitting in class all day and need to burn off some excess energy. Do some jumping jacks or sit-ups, run a mile, or just dance around like crazy in your room. It'll get the adrenaline going, and you'll feel like homework is just a little hurdle to jump over. So get to it!
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