News: Funding Award for Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research in the Design and Grant D...


News: Funding Award for Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research in the Design and Grant Development Phase - Spring 2018 Award Winners Announced

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News: Funding Award for Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research in the Design and Grant Development Phase - Spring 2018 Award Winners Announced

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Funding Award for Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research in the Design and Grant Development Phase

The George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation, in partnership with the Manitoba SPOR Network in Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI), recently held their second round of callouts for the Funding Award for Patient and Public Engagement in Health Research in the Design and Grant Development Phase. This Award helps facilitate and support Manitoban health researchers and students in engaging patients and the public in the early stages of their research work. Award winners receive $2,000 to engage patient/public partners in the research priority setting, design and grant development phase, as well as training and additional opportunities to learn more about patient/public engagement in health research. Award winners from the previous round have gone on to win larger grants.

Spring 2018 Award Winners

  • Dr. Kendra L. Rieger: Engaging Patients and Elders in an Exploration of Indigenous Women’s Experiences of Breast Cancer Using Digital Storytelling
  • Dr. Sadeesh Srinathan: Patient Engagement: ThORacic Surgery CoHort Study (TORCH)
  • Dr. Alex Singer: A Population-based Assessment of the Long-term Impacts of Unnecessary Investigations and Treatments on Patients and the Health System
  • Dr. Christine Leong: Insights into the Use of Sedative-Hypnotic/Anxiolytics in Primary Care: A mixed-methods study to develop self-management strategies in the community
  • Dr. Kellie Thiessen: Welcoming the ‘Sacred Spirit’ (child): Connecting Indigenous and Western ‘ways of knowing’ to inform future policy partnerships to optimize maternal child health service delivery initiatives in remote Canadian regions
  • Dr. Alex Aregbesola: Reshaping Type 2 Diabetes Care in Manitoba: Considering Remission as an Option
  • Dr. Alex Korall: Engaging Patient and Public Partners in a Scoping Review to Map the Extent, Nature and Range of Research Activity on James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships
  • Dr. Anna Chudyk: Reflecting on Models and Frameworks of Patient Engagement
  • Dr. Dylan MacKay: Assessing Patient Acceptance of Alternate Dietary Therapies to Improve Protein Malnutrition in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
  • Dr. Murdoch Leeies: Intravenous Immune Globulin in Septic Shock (InVIGIS) to Improve Outcomes in Patients with Life-Threatening Infection

Fall 2017 Winners

  • Dr. Gayle Halas and Dr. Shelley Zieroth: Heart Failure Referral Pathways
  • Dr. David William Allen: Software Electrocardiogram Interpretation and Transmission to Prevent Treatment Delay in ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (SCI-NET)
  • Dr. Kristy Wittmeier and Dr. Kerstin Gerhold: Collaborating to improve care for children and teens with chronic pain
  • Dr. Maya M. Jeyaraman: Effectiveness of interventions and strategies to reduce emergency department wait times: A systematic review
  • Michelle Meade and Melissa Fuerst: Service Integration for Young Adults with Type 2 Diabetes
  • Dr. Naser Ibrahim: Engaging First Nations communities in research priority decision making: What is the next Research Question that needs to be answered in your community?
  • Dr. Natalie Riediger: On the Ground: Research Engagement at the Bell Tower
  • Dr. S. Michelle Driedger: Changing the patient-HCP dialogue: fostering trust through joint clinical decision making
  • Dr. Brett Houston, MD: A Multicentre, Double-blind, Randomized, Placebo Controlled Pilot Trial to Determine Whether Administration of Tranexamic Acid (TXA) Reduces Blood Transfusion in Patients Undergoing Major Non-cardiac Surgery
  • Leanne Dunne: Development of a Patient Engagement Tool: A Book Designed by Youth for Youth with Type 2 Diabetes