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Projects & Publications

"Learning compassionate care through palliative care practice in primary care communities"
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Congratulations to Dr. Frances Kilbertus who has been granted an AMS Phoenix Fellowship to carry out this work.

Check out the press releases!

“'You’re Not Trying to Save Somebody From Death': Learning as 'Becoming' in Palliative Care"

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​Congratulations to Dr. Frances Kilbertus who has published an article in the journal Academic Medicine.

Click the links below to read the article & corresponding blog post:

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 "Mino-bimaadiziwin:  Enhancing Wellness in Anishinabek Communities in Northern Ontario Through

Indigenous Ways of Knowing"
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​Congratulations to Marion Maar & Darryl Manitowabi who will carry out this project with Dr. Maurianne Reade & others.

 CLEAN Meds

"Carefully seLected and Easily Accessible at No charge Medications"

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The CLEAN Meds study is testing the effects of providing patients with free and convenient access to a carefully selected set of medications.  This study involves several sites in Ontario, including the Manitoulin Central Family Health Team (Mindemoya), and the Assiginack Family Health Team (Manitowaning).

Dr. Mouafak Al-Hadi & Dr. Mike Bedard are the project leads at their respective sites.

For more information about this study, click here.

 "The Impact of Hidden Curriculum in Wilderness-Based Educational Events on Interprofessional Competencies: A Mixed-Method Study"

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​Congratulations to Dr. Maurianne Reade, Dr. Nick Jeeves, NP Tara Rollins, Marion Maar, Nicole Cardinal,

Lisa Boesch & Sara Lacarte who are contributing authors on this article published in the

Journal of Research in Interprofessional Education (JRIPE).

 "Developing a Grounded Theory for Interprofessional Collaboration Acquisition Using Facilitator and Actor Perspectives in Simulated Wilderness Medical Emergencies"

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​Congratulations to Dr. Maurianne Reade, Dr. Nick Jeeves, Marion Maar & Heather Smith who are contributing

authors on this article published in the Journal of Rural and Remote Health (RRH). 

Research Grants & Fellowships

2020 NOAMA Clinical Innovation Opportunities Fund

The Clinical Innovation Opportunities Fund provides funding to support Northern Ontario physician clinical faculty

in the development and implementation of new evidence-based enhancements within their

clinical practices which positively impact direct patient care.

​Deadline for submissions was January 26th, 2020, but keep this in mind for next year!  For more information, click here.

2020 NOAMA AFP Innovation Fund

The AFP Innovation Fund provides funding to support the development of new and innovative approaches in health

care delivery, and to support leadership in the dissemination of knowledge across the healthcare system. 

Physicians in Northern Ontario are eligible applicants.

​Deadline for submissions was October 5th, 2020.  For more information, click here.

PSI Research Grants & Fellowships

The Physicians' Services Incorporated (PSI) Foundation offers a number of grant and fellowship opportunities

for physicians practising in Ontario.

For more information about available opportunities, click here.

AMS Project Grants & Fellowships

Associated Medical Services (AMS Healthcare) offers grants and fellowships for projects relating to themes of

"Bringing Compassion to Healthcare" and "History of Medicine & Healthcare."

For more information about available opportunities, click here.

Research Links

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