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Mental health: To disclose or not to disclose at the office

Researchers:
Professors Laurent Lapierre, Jane O'Reilly, Silvia Bonaccio, Magda Donia, Ivy Bourgeault and scholars from University of Calgary and Saint Mary's University.
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Published: March 3, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


A new Ian Telfer professorship will focus on the study of healthcare organizations

Samia Chreim has been named the Ian Telfer Professor in Health Organization Studies. Her research provides new insights into the dynamics of organizational change, integration across organizations, and collaboration among professionals. Professor Chreim recently sat down to discuss the evolution of healthcare organizations and noted that transformation will increasingly require coalitions of professionals, with complementary skills and resources. Read more ›

Published: February 2, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


Professor Magda Donia

A paper by Magda Donia is honoured by a top journal in organizational behaviour

Professor Magda Donia has been honoured for her article in the Journal of Business and Psychology which makes an original contribution to the research on organizational-citizenship behaviours. She received an Editors Commendation from the JBP for her paper, one of only 8 papers selected for this distinction out of a total of nearly 500! Read more ›

Published: January 30, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


François Chiocchio

Creation of a research chair on health services organization

Professor François Chiocchio will study how health services can be enhanced by improving teamwork and collaboration as the inaugural Montfort Hospital Research Chair in the Organization of Health Services. Read more ›

Published: January 24, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


Bijan Raahemi

Researchers use big-data analytics to battle childhood chronic disease

Why the recent focus on IBD, asthma, and diabetes in health research?
There has been an increase in the incidence of these pediatric immune-mediated conditions. Many of them are also more prevalent in developed countries. A pair of recent studies by Dr. Eric Benchimol examined why Ontario immigrants from countries with low prevalence of these diseases might be at increased risk with early life exposure to the Canadian environment. However, the reasons behind the increased incidence of these immune-mediated diseases have not yet been clearly identified, and finding the predisposing factors is a high priority for healthcare providers. Read more ›

Published: January 19, 2017 | Category: Research Leadership


Shantanu Dutta

Research team takes closer look at the private meetings of public firms

Professor Shantanu Dutta will be a co-investigator in a study examining the private in-house meetings of companies, funded by the National Science Foundation of China. Read more ›

Published: November 28, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


Andrea Ghazzawi and Craig Kuziemsky

Telfer study looks at caregiver experiences in the stroke rehabilitation system

A Telfer School–uOttawa study highlights the complexity that family caregivers experience providing care for stroke survivors. Using a complex adaptive systems perspective, the researchers contacted fourteen family caregivers who spoke of their feelings of isolation in adapting to the changing demands of their role within a complex healthcare system. Read more ›

Published: November 21, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


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Telfer professors shortlisted for medical informatics research award

Congratulations to professors Craig Kuziemsky, Morad Benyoucef and Pavel Andreev who have been shortlisted for the American Medical Informatics Association’s “distinguished paper award” at its annual conference in Chicago, November 12-16. Their paper contributes to a deeper understanding of the connectivity challenges involved in the design of social information systems in healthcare. This is the second time in three years that a Telfer School paper made the list of 10 top papers at AMIA, chosen from among 400 papers presented. Read more ›

Published: November 15, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


Mohamed Chelli

New Telfer professor examines campaign to standardize socio-environmental disclosures

The Telfer School welcomes professor Mohamed Chelli as a new professor in accounting. His teaching areas include financial accounting and his research interests include topics related to socio-environmental performance indicators. He obtained his PhD in accounting from Université Laval and Université Paris-Dauphine and he was previously a professor of accounting at Toulouse Business School in France. Read more ›

Published: November 7, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


Agnes Grudniewicz

Professor Agnes Grudniewicz adds strength to healthcare analytics group

New faculty member Agnes Grudniewicz brings outstanding research expertise related to one of the health system’s core challenges: care delivery for complex patients. Read more ›

Published: October 31, 2016 | Category: Research Leadership


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