VIRTUALLY CAHSPR: A COVID INFORMED VISION FOR THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE AND HEALTH SERVICES AND POLICY RESEARCH

May 27-28, 2020

Virtually CAHSPR hosted on May 27-28, 2020 focussed on the impacts of COVID19 on Canada’s health system, and explored A COVID Informed Vision for the Future of Healthcare and Health Services and Policy Research. The spectacular speakers and panelists discussed their views and observations on what the COVID pandemic has taught us about the delivery of healthcare in Canada, and the impacts of these lessons on health services and policy as the system evolves in response to the pandemic. You will find links to the materials and sessions from the inaugural Virtually CAHSPR event below.

A tremendous amount of work went into the research & resulting abstracts that were submitted for presentation at the in-person CAHSPR conference. We want to share this high calibre work with our community and this compilation of posters provides a glimpse into the outstanding work that our health services and policy researchers are undertaking.

Digital Posters

Anteh-96 — The Post-resettlement Health Care Needs, Barriers and Facilitators of Refugee Women in Navigating a New Healthcare System: A Study Among Diverse Refugee Women in Alberta, Canada
Bacsu-152 — Supporting Rural Seniors’ Engagement in Health Research, Planning and Policies: Findings From a Rural Cognitive Health Study
Bacsu-266 — Interventions to Reduce Dementia-related Stigma: Improving Dementia Care Policies, Programs and Practices
Barbat-293 — Factors Influencing Utilization of Public Healthcare and Social Services in the Last Year of Life: A Mixed Methods Systematic Review — Preliminary Results
Bartram-508 — Expanding the Medicare Basket: All or Nothing? A Policy Case Study
Bartram-511 — Improving Access to Home and Community Care — An Analysis of the 2017 Health Accord
Bosson-Rieutort-313 — Understanding Variation and Complexity in Health Care Trajectories at the End of Life to Improve Patient Care: Machine Learning Methods and Provincial Administrative Health Data
Boughn-50 — Using Kingdon's Framework to Analyze Canada's Refugee Health Coverage
Brownell-324 — Does the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit Improve Metis Birth and Early Childhood Outcomes?
Bui-180 — Describing Trends in Health Service Use for Persons Living With Dementia in Rural and Urban Areas of Quebec
Cheng-160 — Integration of Health & Social Services as a Means Towards Addressing Health Equity for Vulnerable Older Adults: Perspectives From Clients & Services Providers in Alberta, Ontario & Nova Scotia
Cheng-54 — Integrated Health and Social Care for Vulnerable Seniors in Camrose, Alberta
D'Silva-327 — Towards a Whole Family Approach to Family & Child Health: Findings From Community Engagement Activities
Dena-321 — See Us, Understand Us. Examining Newcomer Women’s Access and Utilization of Maternity Care in Canada: A Systematic Narrative Revi Ew
Draper-377 — Exploring the Feasibility of Implementing an Informed Consent Process for Rh Immune Globulin in Northern Bc
Filiatreault-280 — Utility of Quality Statements for the Emergency Department (Ed) Management of Patients With Hip Fractures: Retrospective Analysis of Administrative Data
Finlay-435 — Barriers and Facilitators to Accessing Services for Youth With Disabilities and Their Families
Gamble-486 — The Problem With "Vulnerability" in Palliative Care
Ghandour-134 — Sélection d’indicateurs de performance pour une pratique réflexive autour des transitions des soins des aînés avec des besoins complexes : démarche et résultats
Ghandour-403 — Les besoins complexes en santé et services sociaux : Analyse conceptuelle | Complex Health and Social Needs: A Conceptual Analysis
Ghosh-502 — Towards Equity in Health: Mobilizing and Utilizing Indigenous Knowledge in Health Research
Grant-172 — Barriers and Enablers to Implementing Interprofessional Collaborative Family Practice Teams With a Focus on Improving Access to Primary Care: A Review of the Literature
Grimes-470 — Minding Our Leadership Gap
Hong-28 — Case Analysis of a Free Volunteer Patient Advocacy Service in Alberta
Kaoser-183 — Mind the Gap: Comparing Treated Prevalence of Mental and Substance Use Disorders in British Columbia With Expected Prevalence Based on Epidemiological Literature
Kendell-274 — Factors Affecting Access to Administrative Health Data for Research in Canada
Kornad-451 — Advancing Health Equity in First Nations Communities: Bridging the Gap Through Relationships
Krysa-178 — Advancing a Population Health Needs Framework for Service Planning: A Summary of Evidence
Laberge-146 — Development and Validation of an Instrument to Measure Health-related Out-of-pocket Costs: The Cost for Patients Questionnaire (COPAQ)
Lane-348 — Improving Data Collection for and Reporting of Opioid Overdose Cases
Liang-232 — Nature and Effect of Patient-initiated Consultations in Community Pharmacies
Marshall-331 — The Cup Study: Examining the Effectiveness of Centralized Waitlists in Connecting Unattached Patients to Primary Care Providers
Martignetti-187 — Stakeholders' Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators to Equitable Access to Naloxone in Ontario, Canada
Massé-239 — Translating Learnings Gained During a Community-based Traineeship Into Primary Care Practice: A Qualitative Study Exploring Physicians’ Perceptions
Mawani-532 — “It’s Better Than Alone”: Impact of Building Roads Together, a Community-based Peer Walking and Rolling Program
Misfeldt-368 — Making Canada’s Healthcare the Safest in the World
Misra-253 — Prioritizing Coordination of Primary Healthcare: A Case Report
Modayil-206 — How Population Health Needs Are Understood and Addressed When Service Planning: Conversations With Alberta Health Services Staff and Community Partners
Nolan-116 — An Evaluation of the Use of Community Transition Teams to Improve Health Outcomes for Individual With an Opioid Use Disorder Following Release From British Columbia Corrections
Ogundele-40 — Inequalities in Reproductive Health Care Use in Five West-African Countries: A Decomposition Analysis of Wealth-based Gaps
Pacifico-Silva-64 — Advancing Health Equity and Sustainability: An Evidence-informed Assessment Tool for Responsible Innovation in Health (RIH)
Proulx-174 — Opioid Prescribing in Canada: How Are Practices Changing?
Rines-216 — A Patient Led, Peer to Peer Qualitative Study on the Psychosocial Relationship Between Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Food
Rochon-492 — Long-term Effects of Housing First for Homeless People With Mental Illness on Costs and Housing Stability
Ryan-52 — Competencies for Registered Nurses in Primary Care in Canada: A Delphi Study
Santana-235 — Using Implementation Science to Inform Integration of Electronic Patient-reported Experience Measures (ePREMs) Into Healthcare Quality Improvement
Santana-Parrilla-480 — Addressing Anxiety & Depression During Pregnancy: Primary Antenatal Care Provider Perspectives
Sheppard-523 — Social Housing for Seniors: An Environmental Scan
Sheppard-531 — Using an Implementation Science Approach to Design and Evaluate an Integrated Service Model for Seniors Social Housing
Sibbald-79 — Using CFIR to Evaluate the Implementation of a COPD Management Program
Sibbald-97 — A Cross-case Analysis of the Implementation of Integrated Care for COPD
Smith-218 — Modelling Ethical Criteria of Health Equity to Inform Diabetes Interventions Using the Diabetes Population Risk Tool
Spagnuolo-302 — Patient’s Medical Neighbourhood Best Advice Guide: Quick Reference
Staykov-229 — Do Patients Retain Their Family Doctor After Entering Long Term Care? A Population Based Retrospective Cohort Study.
Strauss-124 — Mood Disorders in Late Life: A Population-based Analysis of Prevalence, Risk Factors and Consequences Community-dwelling Older Adults in Ontario
Thandi-306 — Enhancing the Identification and Management of Frailty in Primary Care
Wagner-337 — Physician Burnout in Canada: A Scoping Review
Wong-86 — Assessing the Validity of Health Administrative Data Compared to Population Health Survey Data for the Measurement of Low Back Pain

CAHSPR received an unprecedented number of excellent research abstract submissions for the planned in-person conference. When COVID19 forced the cancellation of the in-person conference, the excellent quality of the submissions deserve recognition and so each of the abstracts accepted for presentation are collated and presented here.

May 26, 2020 (5:00pm EDT) – Pre-Conference Student Event

May 27, 2020 (11:00am EDT) – Day 1, Session 1

May 27, 2020 (2:00pm EDT) – Day 1, Session 2

May 28, 2020 (11:00am EDT) – Day 2, Session 1

May 28, 2020 (2:30pm EDT) – Day 2, Session 2

May 28, 2020 (5:00pm EDT) – Day 2, Session 3

CAHSPR would like to thank the sponsors of Virtually CAHSPR