Past Research Grant Recipients

2017

Recipient   Amount

Wasem Alsabbagh
Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo
Estimating the Proportion of Emergency Department Visits that may be Managed Appropriately by Pharmacists within Expanded Scope of Practice
Facility:  University of Waterloo

$13,400
Lee Dupuis
Health Clinician Scientist, Department of Pharmacy and Research Institute, The Hospital for Sick Children, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Transplant-Related Mortality in Children Receiving Dexamethasone for Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting during Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Conditioning
Facility:  The Hospital for Sick Children

$12,153
Sandra Pong
Clinical Pharmacist, Critical Care Unit, The Hospital for Sick Children; MSc candidate, Clinical Epidemiology and Health Care Research,
Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto
Antibiotic Treatment Duration in Critically Ill Children with Bacteremia—A Multicentre Retrospective Cohort Study
Facility:  The Hospital for Sick Children

$13,200
Shanna Trenaman
Interdisciplinary PhD Student, Department of Medicine and Geriatric Medicine Research, Graduate Studies, Dalhousie University; PBL Coordinator
College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University
Sex Based Analysis of Drug Use in Those with Dementia
Facility:  Dalhousie University

$8,000

 

2016

Recipient   Amount
Bradley J. Langford
Consultant Pharmacist, Antimicrobial Stewardship, Public Health Ontario
Antimicrobial Stewardship Implementation and Antibiotic Use in Ontario Hospitals
Facility: Public Health Ontario

$13,989

 

2015

Recipient   Amount
Mark Duffett
Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis in Critically Ill Children:  A Multi-Centre Prospective Observational Study
Facility: Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation

$10,000
Lisa McCarthy
Establishing and Evaluating the Feasibility of ACC-Link (Acute Care to Community Pharmacist Communication Link): A Program to Improve Medication Experiences at Health Care System Transitions
Facility: University Health Network

$10,000
Scott Walker
The Development of a Stable Oral Liquid Temozolomide Formulation
Facility: Sunnybrook Health Science Centre

$10,000

 

2014

Recipient   Amount
Emily Black
Impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship Strategies in the Emergency Department: A Qualitative Systematic Review
Facility: Dalhousie University

$500
Tammy Bungard
Patient-centred Care for Warfarin Management: A Pilot Study to Transition Care to High Risk Patients
Facility: University of Alberta Hospital

$15,750
Sheryl Zelenitsky
Is the Recommended CefazolinProphylaxis Adequate in Cardiac Surgery?
Facility: College of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba

$10,210

 

2013

Recipient   Amount
Salmaan Kanji
Validation of a Pain Assessment Tool (CPOT) in Critically Ill Patients with Delirium
Facility: The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

$8,000
Jason Kielly
Rivaroxaban Versus Enoxaparin for Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Elective Total Knee Replacement -- A Retrospective Cohort Study
Facility: Memorial University of Newfoundland

$8,096
Miranda So
Evaluating the Impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship Prospective Audit-and-Feedback Intervention in Patients with Malignant Haematological Diseases
Facility: University Health Network

$4,130

 

2012

Recipient Amount
Mark J. Makowsky
Development of a Self-Administered and Electronic Medical Record Screening Tool to Identify Primary Care Patients at Risk of Medication-Related Problems:  Reliability and Validity of Two Different Methods
Facility: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Alberta

$6,000

 

2011

Recipient   Amount
Mark Duffett
Medication Decision Making in Critically Ill Children: A Survey of Canadian Pediatric Critical Care Clinicians
Facility: McMaster University
Paper or Abstract: Making Decisions About Medications in Critically Ill Children: A Survey of Canadian Pediatric Critical Care Clinicians

$4,083 
Mary Ensom
Stability of Propranolol in Extemporaneously Compounded Suspensions:  New Formulations for an Old Drug
Facility: University of British Columbia
Paper or Abstract: Stability of Propranolol in Extemporaneously Compounded Suspensions

$10,000
Christine Hughes
Cardiovascular Risk Awareness in HIV-Infected Patients
Facility: University of Alberta

$6,882
Nese Yuksel
Beliefs and Current Practices of Pharmacists with Osteoporosis Treatment in Patients with Renal Failure
Facility: University of Alberta

$9,826

 

2010

Recipient Amount
Lisa Burry
Daily Sedation Interruption Versus No Daily Sedation Interruption for Critically-Ill Adult Patients Requiring InvasiveMechanical Ventilation: A Systematic Review
Facility: Mount Sinai Hospital
Paper or Abstract: Daily sedation interruption versus no daily sedation interruption for critically ill adult patients requiring invasive mechanical ventilation (Review)

$3,500
Barbara Farrell
Content Analysis of a Primary Care Pharmacy Specialty Network Listserv Archive
Facility: Élisabeth-Bruyère Research Institute
Paper or Abstract: Learning and Networking: Utilization of a Primary Care Listserv by Pharmacists

$10,627

 

2009

Recipient   Amount
Curtis Harder
Use of Lactobarcillus Acidophilus/Rhamnosus Complex for the Prevention of Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea in Elderly Hospitalized Patients
Facility: Victoria general Hospital

$1,000
Dawn Dalen  
Intravenous Cefazolin Plus Oral Probenecid vs. Oral Cephelaxin for theTreatment of Cellulitis: A Randomized ControlledTrial
Facility: Kelowna General Hospital
$15,000  
Marc Perreault
National Survey of Critical Care Pharmacists’ Views and Involvement in Clinical Research
Facility: Montreal General Hospital
Paper or Abstract: Canadian Survey of Critical Care Pharmacists' Views and Involvement in Clinical Research
 
$5,000
 

 

2008

Recipient   Amount
Bernadette Chevalier 
Clinical benefits and economic impact of a surgical pharmacist.

Study Center: Victoria General, Capital District Health Authority, Halifax, NS
Novice Researcher: Yes

$2,000

 

2007

Recipient Amount
Salmaan Kanji
Physical compatibility of drug infusions used in Canadian intensive care units.

$10,000
Connie Harris 
Vitamin D supplementation in breastfed infants: Do video counseling and starter samples improve compliance?

$5,000

 

2006

Recipient Amount
Janice Irvine-Meek
Development and testing of a comprehensive geriatric self-medication assessment tool.

$12,000
Régis Vaillancourt
Thiamine deficiency in pediatric patients receiving long-term furosemide therapy.
$6,500

 

2005

Recipient Amount
Mario de Lemos
Evaluation of Creatinine-Based Formulas in Estimating Renal Function and Cancer Drug Dosing

$2,000
L. Lee Dupuis
The development of an oral liquid aprepitant formulation.

$7,500
Christine Hughes
The safety and effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy in pregnancy.

$1,000
Andrea Kent
Medication reconciliation by a pharmacist in the emergency department:
A pilot project.

$7,500
Bao Thuy Nguyen
Essai clinique bi-centrique rondomisé en double aveugle comparant la méthatdone et la morphine par voie entérale pour la prévention du syndrome de sevrage aux opiacés a l’unité des soins intensifs pédiatriques.

$7,500

 

2004

Recipient Amount
Mario de Lemos
Renal Safety of 1-Hour Infusion Rate of Pamidronate for Breast Cancer and Multiple Myeloma: A Comparison Between Clinical Trials and a Population-Based Database.

$2,500
Neil MacKinnon & Roland Genge
Patient and Health Professional Perceptions of Medication Errors: Identifying Contributing Factors and Solution.

$5,000
Tejal Patel
Impact of a Collaborative Care Model in a Medication Optimisation Clinic: A Randomized, Standard-Care Controlled Prospective Study.

$5,000
Stephen Shalansky
Interpreting British Columbia’s Prescription Database for Clinical and Research Applications: Agreement Between Pharmanet and Best Assessment Methods.

$10,000

 

2003

Recipient Amount
Stacey MacAulay
Partnering with Patients to Achieve Optimal Pharmacotherapy.

$5,000
Fawziah Marra
Development of a Quality of Life Instrument for Patients Living with Tuberculosis - Focus Groups.

$5,000
Di Wang
Transfer of Information between Hospital and Community Pharmacists and Physicians: A Seamless Care Pilot Study.

$5,000

 

2002

Recipient Amount
Barbara Farrell
Measurement the effect of discontinuing baclofen and dantrolene therapy in long-term institutionalized patients with spasticity.

$7,500
Debora Kwan/Christine Papoushek
Uncontrolled hypertension in patients with diabetes: determining barriers to optimal control.

$10,000
Anita Lo
A prospective randomized trial of using ketamine plus morphine PCA versus morphine PCA alone in hysterectomy patients.

$2,500

 

2001

Recipient Amount
Marissa Battistella
$5,000
Susan Fryters
$7,500
Jane de Lemos
$2,500