Eric Bohm B.Eng MD MSc FRCSC
Dr Bohm works at the Concordia Hip and Knee Institute in Winnipeg, Canada where he specializes in primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery. He has undergraduate degrees in both mechanical engineering and medicine from McMasterUniversity, and a graduate degree in Community Health and Epidemiology from DalhousieUniversity. He completed his orthopedic residency at the University of Saskatchewan, and undertook an arthroplasty fellowship at DalhousieUniversity in Halifax. In 2009, he completed the prestigious ABC orthopaedic fellowship, visiting the UK, Ireland and South Africa.
His areas of research interest include access to healthcare, health care quality indicators, clinical trials, implant retrieval analysis, and radiographic stereometric analysis. He currently chairs the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Orthopedic standards committee, the Canadian Orthopedic Association National Standards committee, and the advisory committee of the Canadian Joint Replacement. He serves as medical advisor to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s orthopedic waitlist, joint replacement registry and central intake program. He is also a member of the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation, where he serves as lead for Health System Performance.
|Name:||Eric Bohm B.Eng MD MSc FRCSC|
|Title:||Director, System Performance|
|Degree:||B.Eng MD MSc FRCSC|
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 2016, 1
Trends in Operative and Nonoperative Hip Fracture Management 1990-2014: A Longitudinal Analysis of Manitoba Administrative Data.
Correcting waveform bias using principal component analysis: Applications in multicentre motion analysis studies.
The use of a policy dialogue to facilitate evidence-informed policy development for improved access to care: the case of the Winnipeg Central Intake Service (WCIS).
Design and virtual evaluation of a customized surface-guided knee implant.
Failure analysis and mechanical testing of Ti–6Al–4V modular revision hip stems
Trends in revision hip and knee arthroplasty observations after implementation of a regional joint replacement registry.
Patient-reported outcome measures in arthroplasty registries Report of the Patient-Reported Outcome Measures Working Group of the International Society of Arthroplasty Registries Part II. Recommendations for selection, administration, and analysis.
Patient-reported outcome measures in arthroplasty registries.
Outcomes of unilateral and bilateral total knee arthroplasty in 238,373 patients.
Assessing the comparability of hip arthroplasty registries in order to improve the recording and monitoring of outcome.
Time trends in hospital stay after hip fracture in Canada, 2004-2012: database study.
In Vivo Wear Performance of Cobalt-Chromium Versus Oxidized Zirconium Femoral Total Knee Replacements.
Perspectives of orthopaedic surgeons on patients' appropriateness for total joint arthroplasty: a qualitative study.
Constructing an episode of care from acute hospitalization records for studying effects of timing of hip fracture surgery.
Reduced time to surgery improves mortality and length of stay following hip fracture: results from an intervention study in a Canadian health authority.
Canadian Medical Association Journal