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This research brief presents preliminary results on a study in partnership with Catholic Social Services' FASD programs. We explored the impact COVID-19 public health restrictions had on frontline service providers who work with individuals with complex needs. This project was funded by SSHRC...
Child and Parent Perceptions of Sleep Behaviours: Shaping Policy and Practice Development of School-based Sleep Promotion in CanadaDownload
Inadequate sleep in school-aged children presents as a public health concern across Canada and internationally. The school and home are critical learning environments where children live, learn, and play and have considerable effects on children’s health. As such, interventions that synchronize...
Exploring Acute Care Nurses' Decision-Making in Psychotropic PRN Use in Hospitalized People with DementiaDownload
This qualitative descriptive study used semi-structured interviews to explore how acute care nurses decide to administer “as needed” (PRN) psychotropic medication to hospitalized people with dementia. Eight nurses from three acute care units in a large tertiary hospital in Western Canada were...
Obstetrician and Gynecologist’s Perspectives on the Definition and Management of Obesity in PregnancyDownload
Introduction: Obesity is a complex disease affecting increasing numbers of reproductive aged women. Despite ongoing research efforts, many knowledge gaps remain when caring for women with obesity in pregnancy. Currently, there is no clearly defined, comprehensive standard of care for pregnant...
Use of Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes in Clinical Nephrology Practice: A Qualitative Pilot StudyDownload
Background: Use of patient-reported outcome measures (PROM) in clinical practice can offer clinicians important information about the impact of illness on patients and their quality of life. Electronic reporting of patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) provide quick access of this information to the...