J C Carroll
Affiliation: Mount Sinai Hospital
- Maternal age-based prenatal screening for chromosomal disorders: attitudes of women and health care providers toward changesJune C Carroll
Granovsky Gluskin Family Medicine Centre, 60 Murray St, 4th Floor, Box 25, Toronto, ON M5T 3L9
Can Fam Physician 59:e39-47. 2013..To explore views of women and health care providers (HCPs) about the changing recommendations regarding maternal age-based prenatal screening...
- GenetiKit: a randomized controlled trial to enhance delivery of genetics services by family physiciansJune C Carroll
Ray D Wolfe Department of Family Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada
Fam Pract 28:615-23. 2011..FPs are challenged by lack of knowledge and the rapid pace of genetic discovery. There is an urgent need for effective interventions to facilitate integration of genetics into family medicine...
- Effective interventions to facilitate the uptake of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening: an implementation guidelineMelissa C Brouwers
Program in Evidence based Care, Cancer Care Ontario, Hamilton, Ont, Canada
Implement Sci 6:112. 2011..We developed an implementation guideline to answer the question: What interventions have been shown to increase the uptake of cancer screening by individuals, specifically for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancers?..
- What implementation interventions increase cancer screening rates? a systematic reviewMelissa C Brouwers
Program in Evidence based Care, Cancer Care Ontario, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Implement Sci 6:111. 2011..Our primary outcome, screening completion, was calculated as the overall median post-intervention absolute percentage point (PP) change in completed screening tests...
- Genetic services for hereditary breast/ovarian and colorectal cancers - physicians' awareness, use and satisfactionJ C Carroll
Granovsky Gluskin Family Medicine Centre, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ont, Canada
Community Genet 11:43-51. 2008..We surveyed physicians to determine their awareness, use and satisfaction with this program...
- Genetic education for primary care providers: improving attitudes, knowledge, and confidenceJune C Carroll
Family Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Ont
Can Fam Physician 55:e92-9. 2009....
- Effectiveness of the Antenatal Psychosocial Health Assessment (ALPHA) form in detecting psychosocial concerns: a randomized controlled trialJune C Carroll
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont
CMAJ 173:253-9. 2005..We sought to determine whether health care providers using the ALPHA form detected more antenatal psychosocial concerns among pregnant women than providers practising usual prenatal care...
- Consent for newborn screening: the attitudes of health care providersF A Miller
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont, Canada
Public Health Genomics 13:181-90. 2010..As newborn screening (NBS) expands to meet a broader definition of benefit, the scope of parental consent warrants reconsideration...
- Hereditary breast cancer. Psychosocial issues and family physicians' roleJ C Carroll
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto
Can Fam Physician 45:126-32. 1999..To outline the psychosocial issues in hereditary breast cancer (HBC) assessment and discuss the role of family physicians...
- Family history tools in primary care: does one size fit all?B J Wilson
University of Ottawa, Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, 451 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Public Health Genomics 15:181-8. 2012..For FHH tools, it is unlikely that 'one size fits all', although appreciation of different purposes, users and contexts should facilitate the development of different applications from single FHH platforms...
- Clinical obligations and public health programmes: healthcare provider reasoning about managing the incidental results of newborn screeningF A Miller
Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
J Med Ethics 35:626-34. 2009..Healthcare providers play a key role in educating families or caring for screened infants and have strong beliefs about the management of incidental results...
- Family history: impact on coronary heart disease risk assessment beyond guideline-defined factorsQ Hasanaj
Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ont, Canada
Public Health Genomics 16:208-14. 2013..We assessed whether coronary heart disease (CHD) risk assessment is improved when FH information is added to other clinical information recommended in guidelines...
- Changing physicians' attitudes toward self-help groups: an educational interventionJ C Carroll
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada
J Cancer Educ 15:14-8. 2000..The purpose of this study was to assess family physicians' attitudes towards self-help groups and see whether these could be changed through an educational intervention...
- Educating women about breast cancer. An intervention for women with a family history of breast cancerEllen Warner
Division of Medical Oncology, Sunnybrook and Women s College Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Ont
Can Fam Physician 49:56-63. 2003..To evaluate an "information aid" for women with a family history of breast cancer...
- Genetics education in medical school: a qualitative study exploring educational experiences and needsDeanna E Telner
University of Toronto, Canada
Med Teach 30:192-8. 2008..Genetic discoveries increasingly have an impact on clinical medicine. Primary care providers (PCPs) need to be prepared to address patients' concerns about their genetic risks...
- Risks and benefits of population-based genetic testing for Mendelian subsets of common diseases were examined using the example of colorectal cancer riskLisa Madlensky
University of California, San Diego Cancer Center, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093 0901, USA
J Clin Epidemiol 58:934-41. 2005..Genetic testing for adult-onset, common diseases is becoming more commonplace in clinical medicine. We modeled the proportions of hypothetic populations that would potentially benefit or suffer harm from widespread predisposition testing...
- Screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnancyWarren McIsaac
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto ON Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, ON
J Obstet Gynaecol Can 27:20-4. 2005....
- The educational needs and professional roles of Canadian physicians and nurses regarding genetic testing and adult onset hereditary diseaseJoan L Bottorff
School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Community Genet 8:80-7. 2005..To investigate the knowledge, professional involvement and confidence of Canadian nurses and physicians in providing genetic services for adult onset hereditary disease...
- Genetic susceptibility to cancer. Family physicians' experienceJune C Carroll
Family Healthcare Research Unit, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Ont
Can Fam Physician 49:45-52. 2003..To explore family physicians' experiences in dealing with genetic susceptibility to cancer...
- Maternity care report. Janus Project: family physicians meeting the needs of tomorrow's societyTony Reid
College of Family Physicians of Canada, Mississauga, Ont
Can Fam Physician 48:1225-6. 2002
- Interactive genetic counseling role-play: a novel educational strategy for family physiciansSean M Blaine
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
J Genet Couns 17:189-95. 2008..Family physicians (FPs) are increasingly involved in delivering genetic services. Familiarization with aspects of genetic counseling may enable FPs to help patients make informed choices...