Student Fellows

Danielle Rolfe

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  • Project Title: A Process, Outcome and Economic Evaluation of the Markham Stouffville Hospital C-Section Reduction (MSH-CARES) Initiative
  • Project Description: As a doctoral trainee with the Ontario Training Centre in Health Services and Policy Research, I am working with Dr. Bourgeault to explore ways of scaling up a multifaceted intervention (involving patient, provider and policy-focused interventions) to reduce Cesarean-section rates from a local hospital level to a health region level in Ontario
  • Research Projects: A Process, Outcome and Economic Evaluation of the Markham Stouffville Hospital C-Section Reduction (MSH-CARES) Initiative
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Sara Torres

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  • Project Title: Understanding policies targeting Community Health Workers/Lay Health Workers (CHWs/LHWs)/Personal Support Workers’ (PSWs) in caregiving and chronic disease prevention and management with immigrant and aboriginal populations in Ontario
  • Project Description: This project focused on understanding the legislative framework and identifying any policies about personal support workers (PSWs)/lay health workers (LHW) in caregiving and especially those targeting immigrant and aboriginal populations in Ontario This project used three research strategies: A) literature review and document analysis of published literature; B) key informant interviews with policy makers at the provincial and federal level; and, C) informal stakeholder survey with representatives from local and regional public health and primary care agencies and institutions. Through these strategies this project identified health human resources issues for PSWs/LHWs in publically funded homecare and long-term care homes, as well as in private homes. Private home care was included in the project because it arose when using the terms “immigrants” and “care workers” Status Completed between fall 2010 and spring 2011
  • Research Projects: n/a
  • Publications & Presentations: Poster presentation Torres, S., & Ivy Bourgeault (2011 May). Unregulated health care workers and caregiving: Impact on immigrant women. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR), Halifax, May 10.
    Pre-Conference session Exploring intersectoral partnerships in working with Community Health Workers/Lay Health Workers in Canada and Internationally: Research and action in improving health equity for underserved populations. Pre-Conference Session at the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA), Montreal, June 19, 2011

Kate Leslie

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  • Project Title: Policy Analyses of the Interprofessional Collaborative Requirements under Bill 171

Sheri Price

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  • Project Description: Exploring early professional socialization strategies to enhance career choice, recruitment and retention within the nursing profession.
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Christine Covell

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    • Project Title: A Pan Canadian Perspective on the Successful Integration of Internationally Educated Nurses. Funded by CIHR Postdoctoral Fellowship
    • Project Description: This research will examine the reasons why some internationally educated nurses are successful in becoming nurses in Canada, and identify the programs available to help them pass a licensing examination and find work in their profession. Information from this research can be used to develop and modify educational programs and social program to assist internationally educated nurses become eligible to practice their profession and find work in Canada. Employers and regulatory agencies can use the information to develop strategies to retain internationally educated nurses in Canada.
    • Research Projects:
    • Factors that Support the Successful Integration and Retention of Internationally Educated Nurses into the Canadian Health Care System. Investigators: I. St-Pierre, PI (Qualitative Lead). Role: Co-Investigator: (Quantitative Lead). Funding Agency: Heatlh Canada ($249,595; 2013-2015).
    • Pan Canadian Health Human Resources Knowledge Exchange Network. Primary Investigator: Bourgeault, I.L., Barer, M., Tomblin Murphy, G. Role: Co-Investigator (Lead-CHHRN Virtual Library). Funding Agency: Canadian Institute of Health Research ($600,00; 2011-2014).
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