Scholarship

Publications

For a full listing of Unity Health Simulation Program publications, please visit our Google Scholar Page.

Grants

Doug Campbell
  • 2018 — PI. (Co-PI): Jennifer Beck, SMH) St. Michael’s Hospital Alternate Funding Plan (AFP) Fund “LifeVest for premature infants: using simulation to gain parental and allied Health perspective.” $14,700
  • 2017 - 2019 — PI. St. Michael’s QI Fund $80,000 “Simulation as a toolkit to Improve Perinatal Health Care”
  • 2017 — Co-PI (Dr. Renata Leong) Department of Family & Community Medicine; $5000. “Effectiveness of low cost in situ simulation as a professional development method in office anaphylaxis management”
  • 2016 - 2019 — Co-PI. (PI: Morrison Laurie, SMH) CIHR, Project Grant $844,772 (3 years) “The Surviving Opiod Overdose with Naloxone Education and Resuscitation (SOON-ER) trial: a randomized study of an opioid overdose education and nalozone distribution intervention for laypeople in ambulatory and inpatient settings.
  • 2015 — Co-PI. (PI: Jennifer Beck, SMH) St. Michael’s Foundation Translational Innovation Fund “LifeVest for premature infants: feasibility of synchronizing negative pressure ventilation. “$50,000
  • 2015 — Co-I. (PI: Andrew Petrosoniak, SMH) SIM-one Safety & Quality Improvement Program. “Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ simulation Team training (TRUST study): A novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training.” $50,000
  • 2015 — Co-I (PI: Nikki Woods/Stella Ng, SMH/WCH) SIM-one Simulation- Based Continuing Interprofessional Development Program in At-Home Care of Seniors" Learning in place to support aging: a virtual home-based homecare curriculum” $99,415
Ryan Brydges
  • 2017 Sep - 2019 Sep — Co-Principal Investigator. Competency by what design? Exploring the impact of integrated instruction on procedural skills transfer. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Medical Education Research Grant. PI: Cheung JJ, Brydges R. Collaborator(s): Woods NN, Kulasegaram K, Devine L, Moulton CAE. 34,140 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2016 Sep - 2017 Sep — Co-Principal Investigator. Impact of Instruction on Preparation for Future Learning of Procedural Skills. McMaster University. PGME Medical Education Research Grant. PI: Kirou-Mauro A, Brydges R. Collaborator(s): Grierson L, Hunter A. 10,000 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2015 Nov - 2018 Nov — Co-Principal Investigator. Towards the development of best practices for the assessment of competence in medical education. Department of Medicine, University of Toronto. PI: Ginsburg S, Kuper A, Brydges R. 200,000 CAD. [Grants]
Andrew Petrosoniak
  • 2018 Jul - 2019 Jun — Principal Investigator. iSTART-Trauma (in situ Simulation for Testing and Assessment of Redesigned Treatment zones). St. Michael’s Hospital Alternative Funding Plan Innovation Fund. Collaborator(s): Christopher Hicks. 17,550 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2018 Jan - 2019 Dec — Principal Investigator. Deliberate practice and mastery learning: a multi-centre randomized study for technical skills training in medicine. Physicians Services Incorporated (PSI). Collaborator(s): Chris Hicks, Sandra Monteiro, Sara Gray, Jonathan Sherbino. 47,500 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2015 - 2017 — Principal Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ simulation Team training (TRUST Study): a novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Medical Education Research Grant. 50,000 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2015 - 2016 — Co-Principal Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ simulation Team training (TRUST Study): a novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. St. Michael’s Hospital. Quality Improvement Fund, Dept of Emergency Medicine. Collaborator(s): A. Petrosoniak and C. Hicks. 25,000 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2015 - 2016 — Co-Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ simulation Team training (TRUST Study): a novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. St. Michael’s Hospital. AFP Innovation Fund, Depts of Emergency Medicine & Trauma. 28,460.8 CAD. [Grants]
  • 2015 – 2016 — Co-Principal Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ simulation Team training (TRUST Study): a novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. SIM-one/IDEAS/CPSI. Simulation for Safety & Quality Improvement Program fund. Collaborator(s): A. Petrosoniak, D. Campbell and C. Hicks. 9,500 CAD. [Grants]

 

 

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