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Kuziemsky, Craig

Kuziemsky, Craig

Chaire de recherche de l’Université en innovations en soins de santé / Directeur du programme MGSS
Professeur titulaire
B.Sc. (University of Alberta), B.Com. (University of Alberta), Ph.D. (University of Victoria)
Pièce
DMS 6116
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613-562-5800 poste 4792
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Domaines de recherche
  • Gestion en santé

Notice biographique

Diplômé en sciences de l’information sur la santé de l’Université de Victoria, en Colombie-Britannique, le professeur Craig Kuziemsky est entré à l’École de gestion Telfer en tant que professeur adjoint en juin 2007. Il détient aussi des grades de premier cycle ès sciences de laboratoire et en commerce de l’Université de l’Alberta. M. Kuziemsky enseigne aux programmes de maîtrise en gestion des services de santé (MGSS) et de maîtrise ès sciences en systèmes de santé (MSSS) ainsi qu’au baccalauréat.

De nouvelles approches pour la prestation de soins de santé

La prestation de soins de santé se complexifie à mesure qu’elle passe des soins prodigués par un seul fournisseur dans un contexte unique aux soins concertés assurés par de multiples fournisseurs dans divers contextes. La difficulté fondamentale tient au fait que notre système de santé actuel n’a pas été conçu pour assurer la prestation de soins concertés. Ainsi, nous avons besoin de nouvelles méthodes et de nouveaux modèles pour représenter la collaboration et les technologies de l'information et des communications (TIC) qu’exigent ce type de soins.

Domaines de recherche

Les travaux de recherche de M. Kuziemsky visent à concevoir une approche méthodologique originale pour intégrer l’information et les processus de travail de diverses équipes soignantes. Il sera ainsi possible de concevoir des TIC intégrant divers fournisseurs de soins de santé appelés à prendre des décisions complexes en se basant sur des niveaux de connaissances variés tout en travaillant à des endroits différents.

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Livres

Lau, F. and Kuziemsky, C.E. Handbook of eHealth Evaluation: An Evidence-based Approach. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: University of Victoria, 2016.

Borycki, E.M., Kushniruk, A.W., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Nøhr, C. Context Sensitive Health Informatics: Many Places, Many Users, Many Contexts, Many Uses. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press Inc., 2015.

Beuscart-Zéphir, M.C., Jaspers, M., Kuziemsky, C.E., Nøhr, C. and Aarts, J. Context Sensitive Health Informatics: Human and Sociotechnical Approaches. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press, 2013.

Borycki, E.M., Bartle-Clar, J.A., Househ, M.S., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Schraa, E.G. International Perspectives in Health Informatics. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press Inc., 2011.

Chapitres de livres

Astaraky, D., Wilk, Sz., Michalowski, W., Andreev, P., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Hadjiyannakis, S. Supporting an Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team with a Multi-Agent System. In Cruz-Cunha M.M. and et al.. Encyclopedia of E-Health and Telemedicine. Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2016.

Kuziemsky, C.E. and Lau, F. Methodological landscape for eHealth evaluation. In Kuziemsky, C.E. and Lau, F.. Handbook of eHealth Evaluation: An Evidence-based Approach. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: University of Victoria, 2016.

Kuziemsky, C.E. and Lau, F. Engaging in eHealth evaluation studies. In Lau, F. and Kuziemsky, C.E.. Handbook of eHealth Evaluation: An Evidence-based Approach. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: University of Victoria, 2016.

Kuziemsky, C.E. HIT Implementation and Coordinated Care Delivery from the Perspective of Multisided Markets. In Vimarlund, V.. E-health two-side Markets: Implementation and Business Models. Academic Press, 2016.

Kuziemsky, C.E. A Model of Tradeoffs for Understanding Health Information Technology Implementation. In Botin, L., Bertelsen, P. and Nøhr, C.. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: IOS Press, 2015.

Kuziemsky, C.E. A Multi-Tiered Perspective on Healthcare Operability. In Silicia, M.A. and Balazote, P.. Interoperability in Healthcare Information Systems: Standards, Management, and Technology. Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2013.

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Lane, D.E., Moll, R.H., Beigzadeh, S., O'Sullivan, T.L., Kuziemsky, C.E., Charles, A. and Berkes, F. 2017. A System Model of Collaborative Community Response to Environmental Emergencies. The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, 9(4): 1-29.

Archambault, P.M., van de Belt, T.H., Kuziemsky, C.E., Plaisance, A., Dupuis, M., McGinn, C.A., Francois, R., Gagnon, M.P., Turgeon, A.F., Horsley, T., Witteman, W., Poitras, J., Lapointe, J., Lachaine, J. and Légaré, F. 2017. Collaborative writing applications in healthcare: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, May(5): No.: CD011388.

O'Sullivan, D., Wilk, Sz., Kuziemsky, C.E., Michalowski, W., Farion, K. and Kukawka, B. 2016. Is There a Consensus When Physicians Evaluate the Relevance of Retrieved Systematic Reviews?. Methods of Information in Medicine, 4;55(3): 292-298.

Wilk, Sz., Kezadri-Hamiaz, M., Rosu, D., Kuziemsky, C.E., Michalowski, W., Amyot, D. and Carrier, M. 2016. Using Semantic Components to Represent Dynamics of an Interdisciplinary Healthcare Team in a Multi-agent Decision Support System. Journal of Medical Systems, 40(2): 42.

Nichol, K., Stacey, D., Kuziemsky, C.E., Gifford, W. and Mackenzie, S. 2016. Knowledge Tools for Cancer Treatment-Related Symptom Management by Home Care Nurses: A Mixed Methods Study. Home Health Care Management & Practice, 28(1): 18-27.

Kuziemsky, C.E. 2016. Decision Making in Healthcare as a Complex Adaptive System. Healthcare Management Forum, 29(1): 4-7.

Stacey, D., Green, E., Ballantyne, B., Tarasuk, J., Skrutkowski, M., Carley, M., Chapman, K., Kuziemsky, C.E., Kolari, E., Sabo, B., Saucier, A., Shaw, T., Tardif, L., Truant, T., Cummings, G. and Howell, D. 2016. Implementation of symptom protocols for nurses providing telephone-based cancer symptom management: A comparative case study. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 13(6): 420-431.

Rashotte, J., Varpio, L., Day, K., Kuziemsky, C.E., Parush, A., Elliott-Miller, P., King, J.W. and Roffey, T. 2016. Mapping Communication Spaces: The Development and Use of a Tool for Analyzing the Impact of EHRs on Interprofessional Collaborative Practice. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 93: 2-13.

Ghazzawi, A., Kuziemsky, C.E. and O'Sullivan, T.L. 2016. Using a complex adaptive system lens to understand family caregiving experiences navigating the stroke rehabilitation system. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1): 538.

Kuziemsky, C.E. and Peyton, L. 2016. A Framework for Understanding Process Interoperability and Health Information Technology. Health Policy and Technology, 5(2): 196-203.

Nichol, K., Stacey, D., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Gifford, W. 2016. Cancer symptom management in the home: A scoping review. The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal, 261(1): 1-7.

Chan,T., Di Iorio, C.T., de Lusignan, S., Lo Russo, D., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Liaw, S.T. 2016. UK National Data Guardian for Health and Care's Review of Data Security: Trust, better security and opt-outs. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics, 23(3): 627-632.

Kuziemsky, C.E., Randall, R. and Borycki, E.M. 2016. Understanding Unintended Consequences and Health Information Technology: Contribution from the IMIA Organizational and Social Issues Working Group. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 10(1): 53-60.

Liyanage, H., Liaw, S.T., Di Iorio, C.T., Kuziemsky, C.E., Schreiber, R. and de Lusignan, S. 2016. Building a Privacy, Ethics, and Data Access Framework for Real World Computerised Medical Record System Data: A Delphi Study. Contribution of the Primary Health Care Informatics Working Group. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 10(1): 138-145.

Borycki, E.M., Dexheimer, J.W., Hullin Lucay Cossio, C., Gong, Y., Jensen, S., Kaipio, J., Kennebeck, S., Kirkendall, E., Kushniruk, A.W., Röhrig, R., Saranto, K., Senathirajah Y., Weber, J. and Takeda, H. 2016. Methods for Addressing Technology-induced Errors: The Current State. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 10(1): 30-40.

Mitchell, J.I., Izadshenas, S.A. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2015. Governance Standards: A Roadmap for Increasing Safety at Care Transitions. Healthcare Management Forum, 28(1): 28-33.

Hall, P., Casimiro, L., Kuziemsky, C.E., O'Connor, M.C. and Varpio, L. 2015. Enhancing teamwork in healthcare: an observational case study. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 29(1): 55-61.

Kuziemsky, C.E. and O'Sullivan, T.L. 2015. A Model for Common Ground Development to Support Collaborative Healthcare Settings. Social Science and Medicine, 128, March:231-238.

Adams, M.B., Kaplan, B., Sobko, H., Kuziemsky, C.E., Ravvaz, K. and Koppel, R. 2015. Learning from Our Colleagues about HIT Implementation: Lessons from a Medical Informatics Listserv. Journal of Medical Systems, 39(1): 157:1-6.

Peyton, L., Baarah, A.H., Chamney, A., Bindra, J. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2015. A Bounded Health Information Technology System Design Approach to Support Community Based Care Delivery. International Journal of Cloud Applications and Computing, 5(1): 32-45.

O'Sullivan, T.L., Corneil, W., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Toal-Sullivan, D. 2015. Use of the Structured Interview Matrix to Enhance Community Resilience Through Collaboration and Inclusive Engagement. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 32(6): 616-628.

Varpio, L., Day, K., Elliott-Miller, P., Kuziemsky, C.E., King, J.W., Parush, A., Roffey, T. and Rashotte, J. 2015. The Impact of Adopting EHRs: How Losing Connectivity Effects Clinical Reasoning. Medical Education, 49(5): 476-486.

Archambault, P.M., Turgeon, A.F., Witteman, H.O., Lauzier, F., Moore, L., Lamontagne, F., Horsley, T., Gagnon, M.P., Droit, A., Weiss, M., Tremblay, S., Lachaine, J., Le Sage, N., Émond, M., Berthelot, S., Plaisance, A., Lapointe, J., Razek, T., van de Belt, T.H., Brand, K.P., Kuziemsky, C.E., Bérubé, M., Clément, J., Grajales Iii, F.J., Eysenbach, G., Friedman, D., Lang, E., Muscedere, J., Rizoli, S., Roberts, D.J., Scales, D.C., Sinuff, T., Stelfox, H.T., Gagnon, I., Chabot, C., Grenier, R. and Légaré, F. 2015. Implementation and Evaluation of a Wiki Involving Multiple Stakeholders Including Patients in the Promotion of Best Practices in Trauma Care: The WikiTrauma Interrupted Time Series Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 4(1).

Varpio, L., Rashotte, J., Day, K., Kuziemsky, C.E., King, J.W. and Parush, A. 2015. The EHR and Building the Patient's Story: A Qualitative Investigation of How EHR Use Obstructs a Vital Clinical Activity. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 84(1019): 1028.

Eikey, E.V., Reddy, M.C. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2015. Examining the role of collaboration in studies of health information technologies in biomedical informatics: A systematic review of 25 years of research. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 57: 263-277.

Borycki, E.M., Cummings, E., Dexheimer, J.W., Gong, Y., Kennebeck, S., Kushniruk, A.W., Kuziemsky, C.E., Saranto, K., Weber, J. and Takeda, H. 2015. Patient-Centred Coordinated Care in Times of Emerging Diseases and Epidemics. Contribution of the IMIA Working Group on Patient Safety. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 13;10(1): 207-215.

Liyanage, H., Correa A., Liaw S.T., Kuziemsky, C.E., Terry, A.L. and de Lusignan, S. 2015. Does Informatics Enable or Inhibit the Delivery of Patient-centred, Coordinated, and Quality-assured Care: a Delphi Study. A Contribution of the IMIA Primary Health Care Informatics Working Group. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 13;10(1): 22-29.

Kuziemsky, C.E. 2015. A Review of Social and Organizational Issues in Health Information Technology. Healthcare Informatics Research, 21(3): 152-161.

Izadshenas, S.A., Raahemi, B., Tekieh, M.H. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2014. Identifying High-cost Patients using Data Mining Techniques and a Small Set of Non-trivial Attributes. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 53(1): 9-18.

Foshay, N. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2014. Towards an Implementation Framework for Business Intelligence in Healthcare . International Journal of Information Management, 34(1): 20-27.

Liaw, S.T., Taggart, J., Yu, H., de Lusignan, S., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Hayen, A. 2014. Integrating electronic health record information to support integrated care: a focused ontological approach. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 52: 364-372.

Varpio, L., Bidlake, E.E., Hall, P., Casimiro, L., Kuziemsky, C.E., Brajtman, L. and Humphrey-Murto, S. 2014. Resident Experiences of Informal Education: How Often, From Whom, About What & How. Medical Education, 48(12): 1220-1234.

Archambault, P.M., van de Belt, T.H., Brand, K.P., Plaisance, A., Kuziemsky, C.E., Faber, M.J., Gagnon, M.P., Turgeon, A.F., Aubin, K., Poitras, J., Horsley, T., Lapointe, J., Witteman, W., Lachaine, J. and Légaré, F. 2014. Collaborative writing applications in healthcare: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (11): 1465-1858.

O'Sullivan, T.L., Kuziemsky, C.E., Corneil, W., Lemyre, L. and Franco, Z. 2014. The EnRiCH Community Resilience Framework for High-Risk Populations. PLOS Currents Disasters, (1): 15 pages.

Kuziemsky, C.E., Monkman, H., Petersen, C., Weber, J., Borycki, E.M., Adams, S. and Collins, S. 2014. Big Data in Healthcare - Defining the Digital Persona through User Contexts from the Micro to the Macro. Contribution of the IMIA Organizational and Social Issues WG. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 15;9(1): 82-89.

Liyanage, H., de Lusignan, S., Liaw, S.T., Kuziemsky, C.E., Mold, F., Krause, P., Fleming, D. and Jones, S. 2014. Big Data Usage Patterns in the Health Care Domain: A Use Case Driven Approach Applied to the Assessment of Vaccination Benefits and Risks. Contribution of the IMIA Primary Healthcare Working Group.. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 15;9(1): 27-35.

Mata, P., Baarah, A.H., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Peyton, L. 2014. An Application Meta-model for Community Care. Procedia Computer Science, 37: 462-472.

Wilk, Sz., Michalowski, W., O'Sullivan, D., Farion, K., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Sayyad-Shirabad, J. 2013. A Task-based Support Architecture for Developing Point-of-Care Decision Support Systems for the Emergency Department. Methods of Information in Medicine, 52(1): 18-32.

O'Sullivan, T.L., Kuziemsky, C.E., Toal-Sullivan, D. and Corneil, W. 2013. Unraveling the Complexities of Disaster Management: A Framework for Social Infrastructure to Promote Population Health and Resilience. Social Science and Medicine, 93: 238-246.

Goh, S.C., Chan, C. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2013. Teamwork, Organizational Learning, Patient Safety and Job Outcomes. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 26(5): 420-432.

Coiera, E., Collins, S. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2013. A Unified Model of Patient Safety (or 'who froze my cheese?'). BMJ, (online) 347:f7273.

Archambault, P.M., van de Belt, T.H., Grajales Iii, F.J. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2013. Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Oct 8: 15(10): e210.

Liyanage, H., Liaw, S.T., Kuziemsky, C.E., Terry, A.L., Jones, S., Soler, J.K. and de Lusignan, S. 2013. The Evidence-base for Using Ontologies and Semantic Integration Methodologies to Support Integrated Chronic Disease Management in Primary and Ambulatory Care: Realist Review. Contribution of the IMIA Primary Health Care Informatics WG. Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 8(1): 147-54.

Sadeghi, P., Benyoucef, M. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2012. A Mashup Based Framework for Multi-Level Healthcare Interoperability. Information Systems Frontiers, 14(1): 57-72.

Hamel, C., Benyoucef, M. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2012. Determinants of Participation in an Inuit Online Community of Practice. Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 10: 41-54.

Mouttham, A., Kuziemsky, C.E., Langayan, D., Peyton, L. and Pereira, J. 2012. Interoperable Support for Collaborative, Mobile, and Accessible Health Care. Information Systems Frontiers, 14(1): 73-85.

Kuziemsky, C.E., Jewers, H., Appleby, B., Foshay, N., MacCaull, W., Miller, K. and MacDonald, M. 2012. Information Technology and Hospice Palliative Care: Social, Cultural, Ethical and Technical Implications in a Rural Setting. Informatics for Health and Social Care, 37 (1): 37-50.

Archambault, P.M., van de Belt, T.H., Grajales Iii, F.J., Eysenbach, G., Aubin, K., Gold, I., Gagnon, M.P. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2012. Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: A Scoping Review Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 1(1): e1.

Andreev, P., Michalowski, W., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Hadjiyannakis, S. 2012. ActCPG Framework to Learn about Information User Requirements of a Clinical Practice Guideline. Health Policy and Technology, 1(3): 165-172.

Stacey, D., Bakker, D., Ballantyne, B., Chapman, K., Cumminger, J., Green, E., Harrison, M.B., Howell, D., Kuziemsky, C.E., MacKenzie, T.J., Sabo, B., Skrutkowski, M., Syme, A. and Whynot, A. 2012. Managing Symptoms during Cancer Treatments: Evaluating the Implementation of Evidence-Informed Remote Support Protocols. Implementation Science, 7(1): Art. No. 110.

Varpio, L., Kuziemsky, C.E., MacDonald, C. and King, J.W. 2012. The Helpful or Hindering Effects of In-Hospital Patient Monitor Alarms on Nurses: A Qualitative Analysis. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 30(4): 2010-217.

Wu, R.C., Lo, V., Rossos, P. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2012. Improving Hospital Care and Collaborative Communications for the 21st Century: Key Recommendations for General Internal Medicine. Interactive Journal of Medical Research, 1(2): e9, 10 pages.

Benyoucef, M., Kuziemsky, C.E., Afrasiabi Rad, A. and Elsabbahi, A. 2011. Modeling Healthcare Processes as Service Orchestrations and Choreographies. Business Process Management Journal, 17(4): 568-597.

Purkis, M.E., Borycki, E.M., Kuziemsky, C.E., Black, F.M., Cloutier-Fisher, D., Fox, L.A., Mackenzie, P., Syme, A. and Tschanz, C. 2011. Extending the Team Component of the Latimer Ethical Decision-Making Model for Palliative Care. Journal of Healthcare Leadership, 3: 41-52.

Kuziemsky, C.E. and Varpio, L. 2011. A Model of Awareness to Enhance Our Understanding of Interprofessional Collaborative Care Delivery and Health Information System Design to Support It. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 80(8): e150-e160.

Williams, J. and Kuziemsky, C.E. 2011. Institutional Liability in the E-Health Era. Canadian Journal of Law and Technology, 9(2).

Kuziemsky, C.E. and Lau, F. 2010. A Four Stage Approach for Ontology-Based Health Information System Design. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 50(3): 133-148.

Lau, F., Kuziemsky, C.E., Price, M. and Gardner, J. 2010. A Review on Systematic Reviews of Health Information System Studies. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 17(6): 637-645.

Eze, B., Kuziemsky, C.E., Peyton, L., Middleton, G. and Mouttham, A. 2010. Policy-based Data Integration for e-Health Monitoring Processes in a B2B Environment: Experiences from Canada . Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, 5(1): 56-70.

Maida, V., Ennis, M., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Corban, J. 2010. Wounds and Survival in Non-Cancer Patients. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 13(4): 453-459.

Kirk, I., Kirk, P., Kuziemsky, C.E. and Wager, L. 2010. Perspectives of Vancouver Island Hospice Palliative Care Team Members on Barriers to Communication at the End of Life: A preliminary Study. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 12(1): 51-58.

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années
De-À Source Titre * ** Rôle Montant
2017-2018 Cancer symptom management using evidence-informed practice guides: A meeting to prioritize and plan for a large scale implementation study R C Co-I $ 10,000
2017-2018 Cancer symptom management using evidence-informed practice guides: A meeting to prioritize and plan for a large scale implementation study R C Co-I $ 10,000
2016-2019 Building Access to Specialist Care for remote, rural populations through eConsultation (BASE) R C Co-I $ 350,000
2016-2017 Cancer symptom management by radiation therapists: Evaluating implementation of evidence-informed practice guides R G Co-I $ 71,236
2015-2017 Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Cancer symptom management in homecare: Evaluating implementation of evidence-informed practice guides R C Co-I $ 99,646
2015-2016 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) A systems analysis approach to colorectal cancer screening access in the Northwest Territories R I PI $ 6,000
2014-2019 CRSNG - OSR Engineering Computer-based Contextual Models for Collaborative Teamwork R C PI $ 100,000
2013-2015 MITACS et IBM An Integrated Approach using Process Models and Business Analytics for Efficient Delivery of Patient Care R O Co-I $ 120,000
2013 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) A Study of the CTU Bullet Rounds Process R I PI $ 5,600
2011-2012 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Identifying Communication Precursors to Medical Error in a Complex In-Patient: A Palliative Sedation Therapy Case Study R I PI $ 1,975
2011-2012 IRSC Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: A Scoping Review R C Co-I $ 49,491
2009-2014 CRSNG - OSR A Methodological Approach for Modeling Interdisciplinary Teams R C PI $ 115,000
2009-2013 Canadian CBRNE Research Technology Initiative (CRTI) Enhancing Resilience among High Risk Population to Maximize Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery R G Co-I $ 1,922,250
2009-2010 École de gestion Telfer (Programme 4A CRSH) The Impact of Teamwork and Organizational Learning on Patient Safety Culture and Employee Job Outcomes R I Co-I $ 4,000
2009-2010 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) A Model of Continuity of Care in the Context of Women's Mental Health R I PI $ 2,572

* But = C: Contrat de recherche, E: Subvention d'équipement, R : Subvention de recherche, S : Fonds de soutien, P : Subvention pédagogique, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

**Genre = C : Conseils subventionnaires, G : Gouvernements, F : Fondations, I : Financement interne UO, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

Rôle: PI = Chercheur(e) principal(e), Co-I = Co-chercheur(e), Co-PI = Co-Chercheur(e) principal(e)

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