Affiliation: University of Ottawa
- Interprofessional education in palliative care: a pilot project using popular literaturePippa Hall
Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Interprof Care 20:51-9. 2006..Evaluation findings suggest that meaningful interprofessional education can be introduced effectively to students either prior to or while they are maturing in their professional roles...
- Serendipitous ripples: unexpected outcomes of a palliative care educational projectP Hall
Family Medicine Department, Institute of Palliative Care, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Palliat Med 4:345-52. 2001..These outcomes reflect impacts on individuals and groups across the three regions and represent some significant impacts in the communities that should improve care of the terminally ill...
- Developing collaborative person-centred practice: a pilot project on a palliative care unitPippa Hall
SCO Health Service, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Interprof Care 21:69-81. 2007..Further research into the impact of these changes on the health care professionals, management and patients and families is essential...
- The last 48 hours of life in long-term care: a focused chart auditPippa Hall
Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa Institute of Palliative Care, 43 Bruyere Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5C8, Canada
J Am Geriatr Soc 50:501-6. 2002....
- Developing leadership in rural interprofessional palliative care teamsPippa Hall
SCO Health Service, Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
J Interprof Care 22:73-9. 2008..The educational interventions facilitated the integration of learning at the individual and community level into the busy work schedules of primary health care providers...
- Communication skills, cultural challenges and individual support: challenges of international medical graduates in a Canadian healthcare environmentPippa Hall
Department of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Med Teach 26:120-5. 2004..g. negotiating treatment, (4) adequate support system for IMGs; (5) faculty and staff education on the cultural challenges faced by IMGs...
- Interprofessional teamwork: professional cultures as barriersPippa Hall
Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Interprof Care 19:188-96. 2005..Insight into the educational, systemic and personal factors which contribute to the culture of the professions can help guide the development of innovative educational methodologies to improve interprofessional collaborative practice...
- Developing a sustainable electronic portfolio (ePortfolio) program that fosters reflective practice and incorporates CanMEDS competencies into the undergraduate medical curriculumPippa Hall
Department of Palliative Care, Bruyère Continuing Care, 43 Bruyere St, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1N 5C8, USA
Acad Med 87:744-51. 2012....
- Using telehealth technology to support CME in end-of-life care for community physicians in OntarioJay Lynch
SCO Health Service, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Telemed J E Health 10:103-7. 2004
- Development and validation of the interprofessional collaborator assessment rubric (ICAR)Vernon Curran
Faculty of Medicine, Centre for Collaborative Health Professional Education, Memorial University, St John s, Newfoundland A1B 3V6, Canada
J Interprof Care 25:339-44. 2011..This rubric instrument may be used across a variety of professions and learning contexts. Future work includes evaluation of further dimensions of validity and reliability for this tool across a variety of settings...
- Making interprofessional education work: the strategic roles of the academyKendall Ho
eHealth Strategy, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Acad Med 83:934-40. 2008....
- Health information systems design to support a nursing model of care: opportunities and challengesCraig E Kuziemsky
Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, ON, Canada
Stud Health Technol Inform 143:177-85. 2009..We then discuss how the nursing model will be affected by automation using different HISs...
- From cure to care: assessing the ethical and professional learning needs of medical learners in a care-based facilityPippa Hall
Division of Palliative Medicine, Bruyère Continuing Care, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Gerontol Geriatr Educ 30:351-66. 2009..The results illustrate the importance of preparing medical learners for a philosophical shift in their approach to patient care, as they move from the more cure-based approach of acute care to the care model of care-based facilities...
- Toward better care of delirious patients at the end of life: a pilot study of an interprofessional educational interventionSusan Brajtman
School of Nursing, University of Ottawa, 451 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1H8M5
J Interprof Care 26:422-5. 2012..The module does not appear responsible for the changes. Future studies are required to evaluate the effectiveness of the individual components used in this study, and to tailor the intervention to individual care contexts...
- A method to enhance student teams in palliative care: piloting the McMaster-Ottawa Team Observed Structured Clinical EncounterPippa Hall
Division of Palliative Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Palliat Med 14:744-50. 2011..PEOLC requires effective collaborative teamwork. The competencies required for effective collaborative teamwork are only now emerging and methods to evaluate them must be developed...
- Stress and coping with advanced cancerBarbara J de Faye
School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Palliat Support Care 4:239-49. 2006..However, little research has examined how people cope differentially with different types of stressors. The goal of this study was to examine patterns of coping across different dimensions of stress...
- Theories, relationships and interprofessionalism: learning to weavePippa Hall
Division of Palliative Medicine, University of Ottawa, 43 Bruyere St, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 5C8
J Interprof Care 27:73-80. 2013..Our "theoretical toolbox" therefore may be of value to educators who develop and implement creative interprofessional learning activities, as well as clinicians interested in moving toward more effective collaboration...
- Online interprofessional health sciences education: From theory to practiceRobert Luke
George Brown College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
J Contin Educ Health Prof 29:161-7. 2009..Challenges exist regarding the full implementation of interprofessional clinical practice that are beginning to be met by coordinated efforts of multiple health care education silos...
- Low dose ketamine as an analgesic adjuvant in difficult pain syndromes: a strategy for conversion from parenteral to oral ketamineEdward J Fitzgibbon
University of Ottawa Institute of Palliative Care, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
J Pain Symptom Manage 23:165-70. 2002..Their pain syndromes remained controlled on the lower dose of oral ketamine with remarkably few side effects. The implications of this warrant further discussion and study...
- Factors that influence engagement in collaborative practice: how 8 health professionals became advocatesCarol P Herbert
University of Western Ontario s Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, London
Can Fam Physician 53:1318-25. 2007..To generate hypotheses regarding factors that might influence engagement in collaborative practice...
- Multicenter randomized controlled trial of withdrawal of inhaled corticosteroids in cystic fibrosisIan M Balfour-Lynn
Department of Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust, and National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, SW3 6NP, UK
Am J Respir Crit Care Med 173:1356-62. 2006..Lung inflammation and injury is critical in cystic fibrosis. An ideal antiinflammatory agent has not been identified but inhaled corticosteroids are widely used despite lack of evidence...