Emerging Themes

Emerging theme includes knowledge translation and knowledge translation research, education and professional development research, research about child health, and other projects.

These are our current projects that sit under this emerging theme. Click on the link to Faculty involved to find out more about each project:


KT and KT Research

Research Project Title

Faculty involved

Fit for Dialysis: Exploring Research-based Film as a Knowledge Translation Strategy Trisha Parsons
Understanding physician knowledge, attitudes, and behaviour: Towards improving utilization rates of peri-operative chemotherpy for bladder cancer Simon French


Education and professional development research

Research Project Title

Faculty involved

endMS National Education and Training Programs: Summer School and SPRINT Marcia Finlayson
Competency based medical education implementation: How are we shifting assessment culture? Part 3 Catherine Donnelly
Using the CanMEDS Framework to Design an Interprofessional Model for Continuing health Education Catherine Donnelly
Ontario Internationally Educated Physiotherapist Bridging Program: Program Evaluation Kathleen Norman
Exploring Physiotherapy Graduates' Career Decisions: To what Extent do Clinical Placement Experiences Contribute to Graduates Decisions about Employment? Kathleen Norman


Child health

Research Project Title

Faculty involved

Comparing the Complex Care for Kids Ontario (CCKO) Province-Wide Integrated Care Intervention for Children with Medical Complexity (CMC) to Waitlist Controls using a Patient-Engaged Evaluation Framework and Mixed Method Design Nora Fayed,
Simon French
Health Outcomes of Children with Medical Complexity and their Caregivers Nora Fayed
Functional recovery in critically ill children. Nora Fayed
Coached, Coordinated, Enhanced Neonatal Transition (CCENT): A multi-centre mixed-methods pragmatic randomized controlled trial Nora Fayed


Other

Research Project Title

Faculty involved

QOL Story Study Nora Fayed
Caring for the next generation of care providers: building capacity for narrative competence Trisha Parsons 
Kathleen Norman