Spotlights

Research Grant Spotlights

CSHP Foundation research and education grant recipients are changing the face of clinical practice. Read on to understand some of the exceptional work by our members. Inspired or curious? Apply for a CSHP Foundation grant right here on our website.

  • Wasem Alsabbagh - Estimating the proportion of emergency departments visits that may be managed appropriately by pharmacists within expanded scope of practice
  • Bradley Langford - Assessing the Impact of Antibiotic Stewardship Program Elements on Antibiotic Use Across Acute-Care Hospitals: An Observational Study
  • Dawn Dalen, Intravenous Cefazolin Plus Oral Probenecid vs. Oral Cephalexin for the Treatment of Skin and Soft Tissue Infections: a Double-blind, Non-inferiority, Randomized Controlled Trial
  • Emily Black, Impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship Strategies in the Emergency Department: A Qualitative Systematic Review
  • Sheryl Zelenitsky, PharmD, Is the Recommended Cefazolin Prophylaxis Adequate in Cardiac Surgery?
  • Christine Hughes, BscPharm, PharmD, FCSHP, Cardiovascular Risk Awareness in HIV-infected Patients
  • Lisa Burry, BScPharm, Daily sedation interruption versus no daily sedation interruption for critically ill adult patients requiring invasive mechanical ventilation (Review)
  • Barbara Farrell, Identifying core competencies for maximum effectiveness of pharmacists working in family practice:  A mixed methods study
  • Mark Duffett, Medication Decision-Making in Critically Ill Children: A Survey of Canadian Pediatric Critical Care Clinicians
  • Mary Ensom, Stability of Propranolol in Extemporaneously Compounded Suspensions: New Formulations for an Old Drug
  • Salmaan Kanji, Validation of a Pain Assessment Tool (CPOT) in Critically Ill Patients with Delirium
  • Nese Yuksel and Cheryl Sadowski, Beliefs and Current Practices of Pharmacists with Osteoporosis Treatment in Patients with Renal Failure
  • Bernadette Chevalier, Clinical Benefits and Economic Impact of a Surgical Pharmacist
  • Marc Perreault, National Survey of Critical Care Pharmacists’ Views and Involvement in Clinical Research 
  • Anita Lo, A Prospective Randomized Trial of Using Ketamine plus Morphine PCA versus Morphine PCA Alone in Hysterectomy Patients
  • Neil MacKinnon and Roland Genge, Patient and Health Professional Perceptions of Medication Errors: Identifying Contributing Factors and Solutions
  • Stephen Shalansky, Interpreting British Columbia’s Prescription Database for Clinical and Research Applications: Agreement Between Pharmanet And Best Assessment Methods
  • Janice Irvine-Meek, Development and Testing of a Comprehensive Geriatric Self-Medication Assessment Tool (SMAT)

 

Education Grant Spotlights

CSHP Foundation research and education grant recipients are changing the face of clinical practice. Read on to understand some of the exceptional work by our members. Inspired or curious? Information about applying for a CSHP Foundation grant or scholarship can be found right here on our website.

  • Sherilyn Houle, Travel Medicine and Immunology
  • Michelle Foisy, The Development of a Pocket Card for Assessing Antiretroviral Therapy in Hospitalized HIV-Positive Patients
  • Stacey MacAulay, Development and Implementation of Educational Materials to Promote Smoking Cessation in the Pre-Operative Setting
  • Linda Dresser, Developing and Evaluating an Educational Intervention to Guide in the Implementation of Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs in Community Hospitals Across Ontario
  • Barbara Farrell, Applying Evidence-Based Medicine to the Elderly, Frail and Complex
  • Calvin Poon, Understanding the Limitations to Medication Incident Reporting and How to Analyze Incidents Using a Qualitative Assessment Scale (QAS)

 

PLA Scholarship Spotlights