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2019


1.Bolton JM, Ekuma O, Mota N, Hensel N, Hensel J, MacWilliam L, Nie Y, McDougall C, Chartier. Early Adult Suicidal Risk and Adverse Social Outcomes of Child and Adolescent Mental Disorders: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study. CAPE 2018 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM - SYMPOSIUM ANNUEL DE L’ACEP 2018, Toronto, ON, September 26, 2018

2018


1.Chartier MJ, Ekuma O, Mota N, Hensel J, MacWilliam L, Nie Y, McDougall C, Bolton JM. Early adult suicidal risk and adverse social outcomes of child and adolescent mental disorders: A population-based longitudinal study. Presented at the Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology conference, September 26, 2018.
2.Chartier M, Bolton J, Mota N, MacWilliam L, Ekuma O, Nie Y, McDougall C, Srisakuldee W, McCulloch S. Childhood mental disorders and subsequent adverse outcomes in early adulthood: A population-based longitudinal study. Presented at the International Population Data Linkage Network Conference, Banff, AB, September 2018
3.Chartier M, Phillips-Beck W. Do Home Visiting Programs Improve the Well-Being of First Nations Children and Parents. Presented at the CPHA conference, Montreal, QC, May 28-31
4.Kroeker K, Sharma A, Chateau D, Brownell M, Rodd C. Evaluating area-based socioeconomic status predictors of pediatric health outcomes in Manitoba, Canada. International Population Data Linkage Network Conference, September, 2018
5.Leong C, Konrad G, Nepon J, Bolton J, Prior H, MacWilliam L, Ekuma O, Nickel NC. Mental Health and Pharmaceutical Characteristics of Individuals with an Alcohol use Disorder: A Total-Population Administrative data Study. Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) conference, Montreal, QC, May 29-31
6.Leong C, Konrad G, Nepon J, Bolton J, Prior H, MacWilliam L, Ekuma O, Nickel NC. Alcohol and the associated health and healthcare burden in Manitoba. Presented at the World Psychiatric Association conference, New York NY, May 2-4, 2018
7.Lix LM, Bohm E, Yan L, Sajobi T, Sawatzky R, Ayilara O. Auxiliary information in multiple imputation models: Effects on change in patient-reported outcomes in clinical registry data. Presented at the International Society for Quality of Life Research Conference, Dublin, October 24-27, 2018
8.Mota N, Chartier MJ, Ekuma O, Nie Y, Hensel JM, MacWilliam L, McDougall C, Vigod S, Bolton J. Mental disorders and suicide attempts in the pregnancy and postpartum periods: A population-based study. Presented at the World Psychiatric Association conference, New York, NY, May 2-4, 2018.
9.Nickel NC, Bolton J, Nepon J, Ekuma O, MacWilliam L, Prior H, Leong C, Konrad G. Health and Social Outcomes Associated with Alcohol use Disorders: A Total-Population Study using Linked Administrative Data. Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) conference, Montreal, QC, May 29-31
10.Nickel N, Ekuma O, Bolton J, Leong C, Konrad G, Paille M, MacWilliam L, Prior H, Valdivia J. Health services use associated with alcohol use disorders: A retrospective cohort study using linked administrative data. Abstract submitted to the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 29-31, 2018. 2018. Abstract.
11.Nickel NC, Bolton J, Nepon J, Ekuma O, MacWilliam L, Prior H, Leong C, Konrad G. Health and social outcomes associated with alcohol use disorders: A total-population study using linked administrative data. Presented at the World Psychiatric Association conference, New York NY, May 2-4, 2018.
12.Paille M, Leong C, Konrad G, Bolton J, Prior H, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nickel N. Clinical mental health and pharmaceutical characteristics of individuals with an alcohol use disorder. Submitted to the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 29-31. 2018. Abstract.

2017


1.Brownell M, Campbell R. No strings attached: The impact of an unconditional prenatal income supplement on First Nations birth and early childhood outcomes. Presented at the Indigenous Health Symposium 2017, Winnipeg, MB, November 23, 2017
2.Brownell M, Chartier M, and the PATHS Team. Multi-sectoral Impacts of Social Programs: Key Findings from MCHP Research. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
3.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chartier M. The Influence of SES on Children’s Health and Development. Presented at the Education for ACTion: Our Human Rights Journey, Annual Manitoba Teachers Society Conference, Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2017
4.Campbell R, Chartier M. Do home visiting programs improve the well-being of First Nations children and parents? Presented at the Indigenous Health Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, November 23, 2017
5.Chartier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Long-term Adult Outcomes of Mental Illness Diagnosed in Childhood. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
6.Chartier M, McGillivary K, McGavock J, Cook R, Murdock N, Sareen J, Munro G, PAX Implementation Team. Evidence to Action: DEVOTION, PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion and Aboriginal Youth Mentorships. Presented to the Education Directors Meeting, The Pas, MB, July 5, 2017
7.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Evidence to Action: DEVOTION & PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion. Presented to the Education Directors Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 5, 2017
8.Chartier M, Bownell M, Nickel N, PATHS Equity for Children, ENVISION Team. What does Manitoba’s population based data tell us? Presented to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Professional Development Day, Winnipeg, MB, June 13 - 14, 2017
9.Chartier M, Brownell M, Campbell R, Phillips-Beck W, Sareen J, Munro G, The ENVISION Team, PAX Implementation Team. Program Evaluation among First Nations Children: Families First Home Visiting and PAX School Based Mental Health Promotion, Presented to the Need to Know Team Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 12, 2017
10.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. First Steps in Examining and Adapting the PAX – Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: A School Based Mental Health Promotion Strategy. Presented at the 10th Annual Swampy Cree Tribal Communities Conference. Winnipeg, MB, April 20, 2017
11.Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Murdock N, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Is PAX Improving the Well-Being of First Nations Children? Presented at the PAX Advisory Committee, Winnipeg, MB, April 19, 2017
12.Chartier M, Knoll-Kwok L, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Lord Selkirk School Division Development Day, Selkirk, Manitoba, March 16, 2017
13.Chartier M, Knoll-Kwok L, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Centennial School Professional Development Day, Selkirk, MB, February 3, 2017
14.Chartier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Valdivia J, Nie Y, Ekuma O, Burchill C, Hu M, Rajotte L, Kulbaba C. Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at Bold Ideas Colloquium, Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, January 27, 2017
15.Chateau D, Katz A, Metge C, Taylor C, McDougall C, McCulloch S. Describing Patient Populations for the My Health Team Initiative. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
16.Chateau D. Planning geographic based primary care networks for patients that travel for care. CAHSPR Conference, Toronto, ON, May 24-26, 2017
17.Hinds A, Bechtel B, Distasio J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Identifying individuals at risk of eviction from public housing using linked population-based administrative data. Presented at the 2017 National Conference on Ending Homelessness, Winnipeg, MB, October 25-27, 2017
18.Hinds A, Bechtel B, Distasio J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Health and social predictors of public housing using linked population-based administrative data. Canadian Student Health Research Forum; Manitoba Health Research Poster Competition, Winnipeg, MB: June 6-8, 2017.
19.Katz A, Roos N, Lix L, Enns J, the Best Data Team. Beyond Structured Administrative Health Data: Developing the Capacity to Explore Free-Text Clinical Data for Health Services Research. Poster presented at the 2017 Western Canadian Universities Big Data Health Conference, Banff, AB, September 28, 2017
20.Katz A, Lix L, Enns J, Gerow A, Kakarla Y, the Best Data Team. Applying Machine Learning-Based Natural Language Processing to De-Identify Unstructured Health Records. Poster presented at the 2017 Western Canadian Universities Big Data Health Conference, Banff, AB, September 28, 2017
21.Lix L, Plourde P, Kinew KA, Larcombe L, Basham A, Derksen S, Schultz J, McCulloch S. Tuberculosis Treatment, Prevention, and Management in Manitoba: A Population-Based Investigation. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
22.Murdock N, Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. First Steps in Examining and Adapting the PAX – Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: A School Based Mental Health Promotion Strategy. Presented at the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre 3rd Annual Early Years Conference, Winnipeg, MaB, February 8th, 2017
23.Murdock N, Chartier M, Ly G, Cook R, Mayer T, Sareen J, Munro G, Implementation Team. Mental Health and Wellness of Manitoba’s Children. Presented at the Centennial School Professional Development Day, Selkirk, MB, February 3, 2017
24.Nickel N, Nepon J, Finlayson G, Leong C, Singal D, Konrad G, Bolton J, MacWilliam L, Ekuma O, Prior H, Valdivia J, Rajotte L, Burchill S. Social Outcomes Associated with Alcohol Use Disorders in Manitoba. Presented at the MCHP Evidence to Action Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB. September 26, 2017.
25.Roos NP, MacDonald SM. Get your benefits! Royal Society of Canada - iFair presentation, Winnipeg, MB, November 23-26, 2017
26.Roos N, MacDonald S, Boriskewich E, Bond R, Community Partners. Get your Benefits! Treat Poverty to Improve Health and Well-Being. Poster presented at the 5th Annual Indigenous Health Research Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, November 22-23, 2017
27.Roos N. Filing Taxes: Help Students Access Benefits, Opportunities for Volunteers. Post-Secondary Education and Workforce Development Division (PSEWD) meeting, Winnipeg, MB, November 2, 2017
28.Roos N, MacDonald S. Poverty Represents a Significant and Reversible Risk Factor for Poor Health. Spur Winnipeg: Risk and Health, Winnipeg, MB, May 6, 2017
29.Roos N, MacDonald S, Boriskewich E, Bond R, Community Partners. Get Your Benefits! Helping Health Care Providers Understand the Importance of Diagnosing and Treating Poverty. 1st Annual RFHS Communities and Collaboration Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, May 3, 2017
30.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The 6th Conference of the International society for Child Indicators, Montreal, QC, June 29, 2017
31.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 2017 Annual Scientific meeting of the International Society for Autism Research, San Francisco, CA, May 13, 2017
32.Siddiqua A, Taylor S, Brownell M, Duku E, Janus M. Understanding prevalence and kindergarten behavioural profiles of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The McMaster Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences Research Day, Hamilton, ON, May 3, 2017.
33.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D. Maternal predictors of and responses to having a child taken into care by Child Protection Services. Poster presentation at the Western Canadian Universities Big Data Conference, New York, NY, September 28, 2017
34.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Predictors of having first-born taken into care at birth: A population-based longitudinal cohort study. Canadian Health Research Forum, June 6, 2017.
35.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Bolton J, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Maternal Health and Social Outcomes after Having a Child Taken into Care: A Population-Based Longitudinal Cohort Study using Linkable Administrative Data. Canadian Health Research Forum: June 6, 2017.
36.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D. Predictors of having first-born taken into care at birth: A population-based longitudinal cohort study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference: Toronto, ON, May 24, 2017.

2016


1.Chartier M, Sareen J, Munro G, Murdock N, Cook R, Afifi T, Schellenberg F, Boyd L, Wilcox H, Katz LY, Brownell M, Chateau D, Bolton J, Elias B, Isaak C, Embry DD, Richardson C, Woodgate R, Jiang D, Mayer T, Volk J, Bolton S-L. Pathways to health equity for Aboriginal Peoples. One-day conference with the Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Team, as well as representatives from Northern Health, Healthy Child Manitoba, and PAXIS Institute to celebrate the success of the grant funding, facilitate team building and begin discussions on implementing the PAX Good Behavior Game in First Nations Community project objectives. Winnipeg, MB, March 14, 2016.
2.Chateau D, Nickel N. A program for understanding what works for children. Presented at: Health Ethics Forum 2016, “Health for All: Equity, Access and the Ethics of “Universal” Health Care,” Winnipeg, MB, March 1, 2016
3.Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Koseva I, Rajotte L, Burchill C, Chartier M. Prevalence of CKD in children: A population-based study in Manitoba. CSN Annual General Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 2016
4.Fransoo R. The mental health of Manitoba's children: Prevalence and use of the health care system. CPD for Primary Care, March 4, 2016
5.Hill AD, Ramsey CD, Dodek P, Kozak JF, Doupe M, Fowler RA, Wong H, Fransoo R, Scales DC, Garland A. Marital status does not explain the male predominance of ICU admission among home care clients. 2016 American Thoracic Society Conference, San Francisco, CA, May 13-18, 2016
6.Hinds A, Betchel B, Distasio J, Roos LL, Lix LM. Predicting who applies to public housing using linked administrative data. International Population Data Linkage Conference (IPDLC), Wales, UK; August 2016
7.Janus M, Brownell M, Gaskin A, Rowcliffe P, Guhn M, Schroeder J. Early Development Instrument (EDI): monitoring children’s developmental outcomes at school entry. (workshop). Comparative and International Education Society Annual Conference, March 6, 2016, Vancouver, BC
8.Katz A, Chateau D, Taylor C, Valdivia J. What is the relationship between model of primary care delivery and quality of care? North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, November 12-16, 2016
9.Katz A, Chateau C, Taylor C, Valdivia J. Measuring the social complexity of primary care patients with linked administrative data. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, November 12-16, 2016
10.Katz A, Christopher A, Bor D, Woolhandler S, Himmelstein D, Chateau D, Taylor C, McCormick D. Comparison of trends in DKA hospitalization rates for adolescents between the US and Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, November 12-16, 2016
11.Katz A, Christopher A, Bor D, Woolhandler S, Himmelstein D, Chateau D, Taylor C, McCormick D. Comparison of trends in DKA hospitalization rates for adolescents between the US and Canada. Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2016
12.Khangura SD, Karaceper MD, Chakraborty P, Coyle D, Wilson K, Brownell M, Davies C, Dodds L, Ducharme R, Feigenbaum A, Fell D, Guttmann A, Hawken S, Hayeems R, Kronick JB, Laberge AM, Mhanni A, Nakhla M, Rockman-Greenberg C, Sparkes R, Ueda K, Wilson B, Potter BK, Canadian Inherited Metabolic Diseases Research Network (CIMDRN). Health system impact of false positive newborn screening results for medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency and phenylketonuria in Ontario, Canada. Presented at the: American College of Genetics and Genomics Annual Meeting, Tampa FL, March 11, 2016
13.McPherson L, Chartier M. Mother's mental health and well-being: How you can play a role in navigating the journey. "Our Gems Our Future II" March 10, 2016
14.Nickel N. Supporting breastfeeding among very low-income dyads: A PATHS Equity Project. 18th International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa, March 6, 2016
15.Sokoro A, Lix L, thorlacius L, Moffatt M, Bohm E, Rodd C. Increased rates of 25-hydroxy vitamin D testing: Dissecting a modern epidemic. Presented at CAHSPR, Toronto, ON, May 2016
16.Thiessen K, Nickel N, Prior H, Banerjee A, Morris M, Robinson K. Maternity Outcomes in Manitoba Women: A Comparison between Midwifery-led Care & Physician-led Care at Birth. Presented at: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, AB, February 11, 2016.
17.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL. Siblings and graduation. Presented at the PATHS Equity Conference, Winnipeg, MB, May 31, 2016
18.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Nickel N. Teenage pregnancy: The impact of maternal adolescent childbearing and older sister's teenage pregnancy on a younger sister. CAHSPR, Toronto, ON, May 10, 2016
19.Yang S, Leslie WD, Walld R, Roos LL, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Objectively-verified parental non-hip fractures and offspring osteoporotic fracture risk: A population-based familial linkage study. Presented at the Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference, Toronto, ON, October 14-15, 2016. Received the CMC-OC Award for Best Abstract

2015


1.Anhalt A, Simard LR, Hanlon-Dearman A, Liu XQ. Genome-wide DNA Methylation Profiles in Twins with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Child Health Research Days, University of Manitoba, September 30 - October 1, 2015.
2.Bernstein C, Targownik L, Banerjee A, Singh H, Chateau D, Burchill C, Roos L. Caesarian section is not a risk factor for the development of IBD: A population-based analysis. Poster presentation during Digestive Disease Week® (DDW), Washington, DC, May 16-19, 2015. (Selected as a poster of distinction)
3.Browne AF, Brownell M, Majid F, Nickel NC, Pauly B. Tackling inequities: the role of research in shrinking the gap. Panel Discussion. Public Health 2015 Conference, Vancouver, BC, May 25-28, 2015
4.Brownell M. Turning evidence into action: using Big-Data to drive improvements in child health and well-being. New South Wales Ministry of Health, December 3, 2015, Sydney, NSW, Australia
5.Brownell M. Turning evidence into action: using Big-Data to drive improvements in child health and well-being. University of New South Wales, Faculty of Medicine Seminar, December 2, 2015, Sydney, NSW, Australia
6.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D, Burland E, Taylor C, Sarkar J, Katz A, Goh CY, Chartier M. $81 A Month: A PATHS Equity study evaluating the impact of an unconditional income supplement on child health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 1, 2015
7.Brownell M. The educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. River-East Transcona Student Services Unit. Winnipeg, MB, October 22, 2015
8.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 20, 2015. (keynote presentation)
9.Brownell M. Health inequities in Manitoba: is the socioeconomic gap in health widening or narrowing over time? 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB October 20, 2015. (keynote presentation)
10.Brownell M, Chartier MJ. How are Manitoba’s Children Doing? Presentation to Frontier School Division, Winnipeg, MB, August 31, 2015
11.Brownell M, Nickel N, Chateau D, Martens P, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, PATHS Equity Team. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children Project. CAHSPR, Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
12.Brownell M, Nickel N, Browne A, Majiid F, Pauly B. Tackling health inequities: the role of research in shrinking the gap. Panel presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Vancouver BC, May 25, 2015
13.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: A program of research into what works to reduce the gap for Manitoba’s children. PATHS Advisory Board Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
14.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: Overview. Evidence to Action. Presented at: The Third Annual Knowledge Exchange Between MCHP & Manitoba Government; March 5, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
15.Brownell M. Educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. Presented at: Evidence to Action: Third Annual Knowledge Exchange between MCHP & Manitoba Government; March 5, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (keynote presentation)
16.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? Presented at: Frontier School Division 37th Annual School Committee Conference; February 13, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
17.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: a program of research into what works to reduce the gap for Manitoba’s children. Presented at: Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba, Research Rounds; February 12, 2015; Winnipeg, MB. (invited)
18.Brownell M. Educational outcomes for Manitoba children. Presented at: United Way of Winnipeg, Education and Neighbourhood Impact Councils meeting; January 19, 2015; Winnipeg, MB
19.Brownell M. Educational outcomes for Manitoba children. Presented at: United Way of Winnipeg, Education and Neighbourhood Impact Councils meeting; January 19, 2015; Winnipeg, MB
20.Chartier MJ. Recent and upcoming research involving Indigenous Peoples in Manitoba. Presentation to the Continuing Professional Development Program of the College of Medicine, December 4, 2015
21.Chartier MJ, Munro G, Sareen J, Implementation Research Team. PAX-Good Behavior Game in First Nations Communities: Enhancing and adapting a school-based mental health promotion and suicide prevention strategy. Presentation to the 3rd Annual Indigenous Health Research Symposium: Mapping the Way Forward, Winnipeg, MB, November 26, 2015
22.Chartier M, Nickel N, Brownell M, Chateau D, Katz A, Burland E, Isaac M, Sarkar J, Taylor C, Goh CY. Improving child health with a home visitation program: A PATHS Equity Project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 4, 2015
23.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
24.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva C, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans living with chronic kidney disease. Presentation to Health Minister, Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2015
25.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva C, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans Living with chronic kidney disease. Presentation to Manitoba Health, Healthy Living and Seniors, Winnipeg, MB, September 11, 2015
26.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System, Frontier School Division, August 31, 2015
27.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens PJ, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, Hu M, Santos R, Bolton J, Burchill C, Doupe M, Enns J, Finlayson G, Fransoo R, Jutte D, Katz L, Lix L, Metge C, Quddus F, Raymond C, Roos L, Roos N, Smith M, Walld R. Are home visiting programs for at-risk children effective at reducing population level health and social disparities? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
28.Chartier M, Brownell M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Jutte D, Martens PJ, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, Hu M, Santos R, the PATHS Equity Team. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. CAHSPR, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015.
29.Chartier M. Community schools’ investigators (CSI) summer learning enrichment program: A PATHS Equity for Children project. PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015.
30.Chartier M. Is the Families First Visiting Program effective at reducing population level health and social disparities? PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
31.Chartier M. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of the Health Care System. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
32.Chateau D, Nickel N. Using equity measures to evaluate health and social policies and interventions on health equity. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 4, 2015
33.Chateau D. Timing of teen pregnancy and high school enrollment: A PATHS Equity for Children project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 4, 2015
34.Chateau D, Nickel N, Brownell M. Combining administrative data from multiple agencies: Housing, Justice, Education, and Health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, November 2, 2015
35.Chateau D. High Users of Health Services for Primary Care Network Planning. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
36.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Evaluation of the Manitoba IMPRxOVE program. Open minds Strategy and Innovation Institute, New Orleans, LA, June 16, 2015
37.Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC: May 26, 2015
38.Chateau D. Early psychosis prevention and intervention services program (EPPIS). PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
39.Chateau D. High Users of Health Services for Primary Care Network Planning. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
40.Chateau D. Early psychosis prevention and intervention services program (EPPIS) EPPIS Team meeting & PATHS Research Forum, Winnipeg, MB, April 22, 2015
41.Doupe M. Defining the major determinants of emergency department patient flow. Presented to the Winnipeg Health Region Emergency Joint Council. Winnipeg, MB, June 15, 2015
42.Doupe M. Defining the Major Determinants of Emergency Department Patient Flow. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
43.Erickson J, Doupe M. Changes in Potentially inappropriate drug prescribing with nursing home admission. The Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference. Montreal, QC, May 25-28, 2015
44.Finlayson G. Alcohol and the Associated Health and Healthcare Burden in Manitoba. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, May 8, 2015
45.Fransoo R. Broad impacts of the Roots of Empathy program. Preliminary findings. PATHS Advisory Board meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2015
46.Heaman M, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Factors associated with preterm birth: A population-based study in Manitoba. Poster presentation: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, February 24, 2015; Montebello, QC
47.Heaman M, Kingston D, Brownell M, Helewa M, Derksen S, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba. Poster presentation at: Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting; February 24, 2015; Montebello, QC
48.Herpai N, Smith G, Katz A. The Patient Medical Home: how do Canadian primary care practices measure up to its ten goals? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
49.Hitchon CA, Khan S, Elilas B, El-Gabalawy HS, Katz A, Peschken CA. Disparities in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in First Nations: A population based study. Presented at: CRA Annual Scientific Meeting & AHPA Annual Meeting; Frontenac, Quebec City; February 5, 2015
50.Katz A. Provincial MSK Data: How does it help? The aging musculoskeletal system: Reinvigorating Bone & Joint Care and the Healthcare System Conference. Winnipeg, MB, November 20, 2015. Invited presentation
51.Katz A. Improving the policy research environment. Evidence on Tap: Best Brains Exchange. Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Ottawa, ON. November 13, 2015. Invited presentation
52.Katz A. Improving the policy research environment. Evidence on Tap: Best Brains Exchange. Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Ottawa, ON. November 13, 2015. Invited presentation
53.Katz A. Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 20, 2015
54.Katz A. Responding to the International Refugee Crisis: Is there a Community Health Sciences Response? Bold Ideas, Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, September 25, 2015
55.Katz A. A comparison of models of primary care delivery in Winnipeg. CSIS, July 13, 2015
56.Katz A, Tamblyn R, Boileau L, Brouselle A, Levesque J-F, Russell G. Building systems-level evidence from the mosaic of 12 research programs in the CIHR signature initiative on community based primary health care. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015
57.Katz A, Chateau D, Taylor C, Valdivia J, Walld R. Do patients attending different models of primary care in Winnipeg differ in complexity? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
58.Katz A. Innovation in community-based primary healthcare supporting transformation (iPHIT) in First Nation and rural/remote communities in Manitoba. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
59.Katz A, Clair M, Pedersen KM. Health system improvement in Australia: Knowledge organizations as enablers. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015. Panel presentation
60.Katz A, Sinclair S, Phillips-Beck W, Avery Kinew K. Where’s the 911 for First Nation peoples mental health services in Manitoba? Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
61.Katz A. Comparison of the Social Complexities across the Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg, CAHSPR Conference; Montreal, QC, May 25, 2015
62.Katz A. A Comparison of Models of Primary Care Delivery in Winnipeg: Sneak Peak. 12th Annual MHHLS Knowledge and Exchange Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, May 8, 2015
63.Levesque J-F. Keynote presentation. Health system improvement in Australia: Knowledge organization as enablers. Panelists: Alan Katz, Michel Clair, Kjeld Moller Pedersen. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference (CAHSPR), Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015
64.Lix LM, Leslie WD, Yang S, Yan L, Walld R, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Roos LL. Validity of self-reported parent hip fracture: A population-based parent-offspring cohort-record linkage study. Farr Institute International Conference 2015, St. Andrews, Scotland, August 26-28, 2015
65.Lix LM, Smith M, Pitz M, Ahmed R, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. A Comparison of Comorbidity Measures for Predicting Healthcare Utilization in Cancer Patients. Oral presentation. 2015 CAHSPR Conference. May 25-18, 2015
66.Nickel N, Chateau D, Brownell M, Katz A, Burland E, Walld R, Hu M, Taylor C, Sarkar J, Goh CY. Using big data for health policy research: A project of the Pathways to Health and Social Equity Program of Research. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
67.Nickel N. $81 a month: A PATHS Equity study evaluating the impact of an unconditional income supplement on child health. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
68.Nickel N. Improving child health with a home visitation program: A PATHS Equity Project. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL: November 2, 2015
69.Nickel N. Alcohol and the Associated Health and Healthcare Burden in Manitoba. 22nd Annual RHA Workshop, October 20, 2015
70.Phillips-Beck W, Katz A, Star L, Eni R, Kvoon-Achan G, Kinew KA, Garson C. Negotiation, reciprocity and reality: The experience of collaboration in the “Innovation in Community-based Primary Health Care (CBPHC) supporting transformation in the health of First Nation and rural/remote communities in Manitoba (iPHIT)” program of research. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC, May 27, 2015
71.Picard A, Chateau D, Lundstrom S, St. John P. Will baby boomers bankrupt Medicare? Health Innovation Conference/LEAN Congress, Winnipeg, MB, September 15, 2015
72.Randall J, Chateau D, Taylor C, Bolton J, Katz L, Martens P, Katz A, Smith M, Raymond C, Burland E, Sarkar J, Hu M, Goh CY, Brownell M, Nickel. N, Burchill C, Metge C, Jutte D, Quddus F, Finlayson G, Enns J, Roos LL, Lix L, Doupe M, Chartier M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Walld R, Santos R. Increasing medication adherence and income assistance access for first-episode psychosis patients through an early intervention service: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference; Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015Conference, Vancouver, BC, October 1-3, 2015
73.Randall J, Chateau D, Taylor C, Bolton J, Katz L, Martens P, Katz A, Smith M, Raymond C, Burland E, Sarkar J, Hu M, Goh CY, Brownell M, Nickel. N, Burchill C, Metge C, Jutte D, Quddus F, Finlayson G, Enns J, Roos LL, Lix L, Doupe M, Chartier M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Walld R, Santos R. Effect of an early intervention for psychosis treatment program on suicidal behaviour and hospital service use: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference; Montreal, QC, May 28, 2015
74.Reider R, Doupe M, Khan S. Potentially Avoidable Emergency Department Visits Made by Nursing Home Residents (Poster Presentation). The Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference. Montreal, QC, May 25-28, 2015
75.Roos N. Making evidence matter. Bold Ideas 2015-2016. Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 27, 2015
76.Roos N, MacDonald S. The Manitoba Poverty Tool. Winnipeg Foundation, Winnipeg, MB, June 2, 2015
77.Schull M, Paprica A, Katz A, Smith M, McGrail K. Pan-Canadian Real-world Health Data Network. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference; Montreal, QC, May 26, 2015. Panel presentation
78.Smith M, Tan A, Brownell M. So you want to do research? Information about the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre Lunch and Learn. Winnipeg, MB, October 22, 2015
79.Smith M, Lix L, Quon H, Prior H, Hong S, Koseva I. Utilization of emergency departments (ED) in cancer patients in Manitoba, Canada. Farr Institute International Conference 2015, St. Andrews, Scotland, August 26-28, 2015
80.Smith M, Lix LM, Quon H, Griffith J, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Utilization of Emergency Departments by Cancer Patients in Manitoba. Oral presentation. 2015 FARR Institute Conference, St. Andrews, Scotland. Aug 27, 2015
81.Smith M, Lix LM, Quon H, Griffith J, Prior H, Hong S, Banerjee A, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Utilization of Emergency Departments (ED) in Cancer Patients in Manitoba, Canada. Oral presentation. 2015 CAHSPR Conference. May 25-18, 2015
82.Spiwak R, Elias B, Bolton JM, Martens PJ, Chartier M, Sareen J. A critical review of the use of administrative data to study suicide bereavement. Presentation to the International Academy of Suicide Research, New York, NY, October 11, 2015
83.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L, Chateau D. Administrative data and life course epidemiology. Oral presentation at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-28, 2015
84.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L. Predictors of employment and income assistance usage in early adulthood across type and income quintile. Poster presentation at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON, May 26-28, 2015
85.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Hingwala J, Rigatto. C, Dart A, Chartier M, Bueti J, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Poster presentation. ASN. Nov 3-8, 2015
86.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Hingwala J, Rigatto C, Dart A, Chartier M, Bueti J, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Poster presentation at: The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Annual General Meeting, November 3-8, 2015, San Diego, CA.
87.Whitlock R, Komenda P, Dart A, Chartier M, Walld R, Tangri N. Validation of the Kidney Failure Risk Equation in Manitoba. Presentation to the Canadian Society of Nephrology, Montréal, QC, April 23, 2015
88.Yang S, Leslie WD, Yan L, Walld R, Roos LL, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Parental hip fracture is an adequate risk factor for fracture: A population-based parent-offspring linkage analysis. ASBMR 2015 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 9-12, 2015

2014


1.Brennan SL, Yan L, Lix LM, Morin SR, Leslie WD. Sex-specific associations between income and incident major osteoporotic fractures: A population-based analysis. Presented at: ASBMR Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
2.Brownell M. The whole really is greater than the sum of its parts! What we can learn about children’s health through data linkage. Presented at: Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres Webinar; November 12, 2014
3.Brownell M, Manlon-Dearman A, Chateau D, MacWilliam L, Singal D, Phillips-Beck W, Longstaffe S, Elias B, Chudley A, Roos NP. Use of health, education and social services by First Nations Manitobans with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
4.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, MacWilliam L, Schultz J. Linking data for child welfare research: Using linked administrative data to describe educational outcomes of children in care in Manitoba. Presented at: the 20th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect; September 16, 2014; Nagoya, Japan
5.Brownell M, Nickel NC, Chateau D, Martens PJ, Taylor C, Crockett L, Katz A, Sarkar JBurland, E, Goh CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Are there long-term academic benefits of full-day kindergarten? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON: May 27, 2014
6.Brownell M, Chartier M, Nickel NC, Martens PJ, Chateau D, Burland E, Sarkar J, Taylor C, Goh CY, Jutte D. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 27, 2014; Toronto, ON
7.Brownell M, Chartier M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Impact of the Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit on perinatal outcomes: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: Canada Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 201; Toronto, ON
8.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Nickel N. PATHS Equity for Children: A Program of Research for Understanding What Works for Children. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 14, 2014; Toronto, ON
9.Brownell M. An homage to Clyde Hertzman’s legacy: using population level data to monitor child development. Presented at: Social Policy and Health Inequalities: an International Perspective; May 7, 2014; Montreal, QC
10.Brownell M, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chateau D, MacWillian L, Singal D, Phillips-Beck W, Longstaffe S, Roos N, Elias B, Chudley A. Use of health, education and social services by First Nations Manitobans with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28, 2014; Vancouver, BC.
11.Brownell M. PATHS Equity for Children: an overview. Evidence to Action: Second Annual Knowledge. Presented at: Exchange Between MCHP and Manitoba Government; Winnipeg, MB, February 20, 2014
12.Brownell M. The long-term impact of full-day kindergarten. Paper presented at: Evidence to Action: Second Annual Knowledge Exchange Between MCHP and Manitoba Government; February 20, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
13.Brownell M. Risk assessment: lessons from Manitoba, Canada. Frontiers of Risk Epidemiology in Early Childhood. Paper presented at: Expert meeting at the German Youth Institute; Munich, Germany, January 30, 2014
14.Chartier M. Why is early childhood education and childcare so crucial to Francophones living in a minority context? Presented at: Child Care 2020: From Vision to Action Conference; November 15, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
15.Chartier M, Brownell M, Santos R, Ekuma O, Au W, Sarkar J, MacWilliam L, Burland E, Koseva I. How are Manitoba Kids Doing? Presented at: the Northern Summit; October 21, 2014; Thompson, MB
16.Chartier M, Dart A, Tangri N, Komenda P, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, Koseva I, McGowan K-L, Rajotte L, Thomson T. Care of Manitobans Living with Chronic Kidney Disease. Presented at: the Regional Health Authority Workshop, October 21, 2014
17.Chartier MJ, Knoll-Kowk L, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. The Towards Flourishing Project: Preliminary Results. Presented to: the Families First Home Visitors; October 15, 2014; Selkirk, MB
18.Chartier MJ, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. Developing and Sustaining Mental Health Promotion for Children and Families within the Public Health Care System: Lessons Learned from the Towards Flourishing Strategy. Presented to: the Health Senior Leadership Council; October 9, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
19.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presented to: the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; October 7, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
20.Chartier MJ, Volk J, Cooper M, the Towards Flourishing Team. Developing and Sustaining Mental Health Promotion for Children and Families within the Public Health Care System: Lessons Learned from the Towards Flourishing Strategy. Presented to: the London Congress; September 2014; London England
21.Chartier MJ. Early Childhood Development Programs Make a Difference? Presented to: the Social Pediatrics Program, University of Manitoba; August 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
22.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel NMartens, P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presentation to: the Need to Know Team; June 3, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
23.Chartier M, Brownell M, Isaac M, Chateau D, Nickel N, Martens P, Sarkar J, Burland E, Goh CY, Taylor C, the PATHS Equity Team. Are home visiting programs for at-risk families effective in improving child outcomes? A PATHS Equity for Children project. Presented at: the 2014 CAHSPR Conference; May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
24.Chartier M, Volk JS, Cooper M, Quddus F, McCarthy J-A, the Towards Flourishing Team. Relationship between Positive Mental Health and Mental Distress Among At-Risk Women in the Post-Partum Period: Results from the Towards Flourishing Project. Presented at: Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
25.Chartier M, Volk JS, Cooper M. Integrating a mental health promotion strategy for families in the postpartum period within an existing public health program: Perspectives from parents, home visitors, and public health nurses. Presented at: the 4th International Conference on Families with Parental Mental Health Challenges: Addressing the Needs of the Whole Family; April 2014; Berkeley, CA
26.Chateau D. Patient complexity in Winnipeg primary care clinics. Presented at: The Family Medicine Primary Care Regional Meeting; December 1, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
27.Chateau D, Taylor C, Metge C, Chartier M, Shaw S, Goh CY, Burland E, Martens P, the PATHS Equity Team. The Timing of Teen Pregnancy and High School Enrollment: A PATHS Equity for Children Project. Presented at: the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
28.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. The impact of and audit and feedback intervention to reduce potentially inappropriate prescriptions: Evaluating the IMPRxOVE program in Manitoba. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR); May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
29.Chateau D, Targownik L, Fillion K, Dahl M. Addressing confounding through creative cohort construction: CNODES analysis of PPIs and Pneumonia. Oral presentation at: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba; April 30, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
30.Chateau D, Enns M, Ekuma O, McDougall C, Koseva I, Kulbaba C. Evaluating the IMPRxOVE program: co-operative data sharing amongst private industry, government and academia. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference (IHDL) April 28, 2014; Vancouver, BC
31.Chatier M, Brownell M, MacWilliam L, Hu M, Valdivia J, Schultz J. The Mental Health of Manitoba’s Children: Prevalence and Use of Health Care System. Presented to: Manitoba Health; June 19, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
32.Doupe M. Integration of Care Across the Continuum. Presented at: Best Practices in Rehabilitation 2014: Collaborate, Innovate, Rehabilitate; June 6, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
33.Doupe M, Finlayson G, Mason G, Schultz J, Yogendran M, Khan S. Supportive housing and nursing homes for older adults: Having the right place to live. Presentation at: CAHSPR, May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
34.Doupe M. The Cost of Publicly Supported Housing for Seniors - Implications for Future Funding. Paper presented at: The Need to Know Team Workshop No. 39; February 3-4, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
35.Fransoo R. Using data from the 2013 RHA Atlas for planning in Northern Health Region.’ Keynote presentation at: first annual Northern Health Summit; November 18, 2014; Thompson, MB
36.Fransoo R. Control issues: Fostering research innovation, better public policy, and health equity through the integration of gender and sex in linked population-based health data. Panel member for Sub-Plenary session coordinated by CIHR Institute of Gender and Health, at the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 29, 2014; Vancouver, BC
37.GHalas G, Temple B, Katz A, Schonwetter D. Receptiveness to Health Education and the Influence of Provider-Patient Communication. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY. Poster Presentation
38.Gingerich JR, Lambert PJ, Pitz MW, Daeninck PJ, Doupe M. The risks of debilitating falls (DFs) in patients (pts) with cancer: The Manitoba experience. Presented at: 2014 ASCO Annual Meeting; May 30 – June 3, 2014; Chicago, Il
39.Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Schultz A, Wener P, Katz A. The risks of debilitating falls (DFs) in patients (pts) with cancer: The Manitoba experience. Presented at: 2014 ASCO Annual Meeting; May 30 – June 3, 2014; Chicago, Il
40.Halas G, Goertzen L, Rothney J, Schultz A, Wener P, Katz A. Mapping the Last Decade of Tobacco Control Literature Relevant to Primary Prevention Strategies: A Scoping Review. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 23, 2014; New York, NY
41.Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Thiessen KR, Derksen SA. Predictors of inadequate prenatal care: a population-based study in Manitoba. Presented at: The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada 70-th Annual Clinical and Scientific Conference; June 11, 2014; Niagara Falls ON
42.Heaman MI, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada. Presented at: Society for Gynecologic Investigation 61st Annual Scientific Meeting; March 28, 2014; Florence, Italy
43.Heaman MI, Kingston DA, Brownell MD, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, McGowan KL. Predictors of prenatal and postpartum psychological distress: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada. Paper presented at: Society for Gynecologic Investigation 61st Annual Scientific Meeting; March 28, 2014; Florence, Italy
44.Israeli E, Graff L, Clara I, Walker J, Lix LM, Targownik L, Bernstein C. Disability rates a decade after diagnosis in a population based IBD cohort. Presented at: Digestive Disease Week; May 4-6, 2014; Chicago, Il
45.Karaceper MD, Brownell M, Casey R, Chakraborty P, Coyle D, Dodds L, Feigenbaum A, Fell D, Grosse S, Guttmann A, Laberge AM, Mhanni A, Miller F, Nakhla M, Rockman-Greenberg C, Sparkes R, Vallance H, Wilson B, Wilson K, Potter BK, on behalf of the Canadian Inherited Metabolic Diseases Research Network. The epidemiology and health services impact of medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase definciency among affected children and those with false positive newborn screening results in Ontario. Presented at: 2014 Joint Garrod and Canadian Newborn & Child Screening Symposium; May 29, 2014; Ottawa ON
46.Katz A, Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Wener P, Schultz A. Team Approaches for Creating a Foundation of Research: A Systematic Scoping Review of Reviews. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY
47.Katz A. Small “r” Research for Community Docs. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 14, 2014; Quebec
48.Katz A, Levitt C, Johnston J. Developing Communications Tools to Support the Goals of the Section of Researchers’ Blueprint. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
49.Katz A. Big Data Analytics Research Forum. Keynote Speaker: September 24, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
50.Katz A. Scoping a decade of tobacco dependence research: where have we been and where can we go? The Cancer and Primary Care Research Presented at: International Network (CaPRI) Conference; June 12, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
51.Katz A. Screening, Prevention and Risk Guide. Presented at: the Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (CaPRI) Conference, June 10, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
52.Katz A. Symptom-Based Diagnosis Guide. Poster Presentation. Presented at: the Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (CaPRI) Conference: June 10, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
53.Katz A. Primary Healthcare Renewal: No measurable short term gain. Poster Presentation. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 15, 2014; Toronto, ON
54.Katz A, Singer A. Opportunities for Practice Reflection and Continuous Improvement, Peer Collaboration and Education Session. Paper presented at: Manitoba Peer-to-Peer Network; January 29, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
55.Kuwornu JP, Lix LM, Quail J, Teare Osman, M, Wang E. Duration of episodes of healthcare utilization for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
56.Kuwornu JP, Lix LM, Quail J, Teare GF, Osman M, Wang E. Duration of episodes of healthcare utilization for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
57.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Morin S, Majumdar S. Does diabetes modify the effect of FRAX risk factors for major osteoporotic and hip fracture prediction? Presented at: The Manitoba BMD Cohort. ASBMR 2014 Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
58.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Didier H, Morin S, Majumdar S. Effect of vertebral artifact and exclusions on fracture prediction from lumbar spine BMD and TBS (Trabecular Bone Score) Presented at: The Manitoba BMD Cohort. ASBMR 2014 Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
59.Leslie WD, Lix LM, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Winzenrieth R, Hans D. Difference in spine TBS between men and women: Real or technical? Paper presented at: Annual meeting of the International Society of Clinical Densitometry; February 20-22, 2014; Orlando, FL
60.Leslie WD, Majumdar SR, Lix LM. Lies, damn lies and reclassification statistics: Implications for assessing new risk factors for improving fracture risk prediction with FRAX. Presented at: Annual meeting of the International Society of Clinical Densitometry; February 20-22, 2014; Orlando, FL
61.Levitt C, Katz A, Mang E, Safarov A. The Most Notable Family Medicine Research Studies in Canada: A Retrospective. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 24, 2014; New York, NY
62.Levitt C, Mang E, Katz A, Safarov A. The Most Notable Family Medicine Research Studies in Canada: A retrospective. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
63.Lix LM, Wu X, Hopman W, Mayo NE, Sajobi TT, Liu J, Sawatzky R. Differential item functioning in the SF-36 physical functioning and mental health sub-scales: A population-based analysis from Canada. Presented at: ISOQOL 21st Annual Conference, October 15-18, 2014; Berlin, Germany
64.Lix LM. Estimating completeness of administrative health databases for ascertaining chronic disease cases: A numeric example with Parkinson's disease. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference; May 12-15, 2014; Toronto, ON
65.Lix LM, Smith M, Sanmartin C, Levy A, Dai S. The Science of Data Quality: Identifying Research Priorities. Poster presentation at: The International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
66.Lix LM, Yao X, Sikdar K, Kephart G, Quan H, Smith M, Kuwornu JP, Manoharan M. Estimating the Completeness of Physician Billing Claims for Diabetes Case Ascertainment. Oral presentation at: the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
67.MacDonald S, Roos N. Child poverty: A practical tool for primary care – poverty interventions for child health. Presented at: Pediatric Residency Academic Half Day Program; June 18, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
68.MacDonald S, Roos N. What doctors can do to address their patients’ poverty. Presented at: Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Integrated Tuberculosis Services Journal Club Meeting; May 30, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
69.Manyanga T, Fransoo R, Doupe M, Sellers E. Does the increase in BMI associated with initiation of Insulin Therapy among youth newly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) predict Obesity at age 18? Presented at: The 17th Annual CDA/CSEM Professional Conference and Annual Meetings; October 22-25, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
70.Martens PJ. Building partnerships with decision-makers: Lessons from MCHP and the award-winning Need to Know Team. Invited plenary speech. Presented at: Cancer Research and primary Care International Meeting; June 11, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
71.Martens PJ. Telling stories – the art of making our health services research “stick”. Presented at: The Emmett Hall Memorial Lectureship. The CAHSPR Conference; May 14, 2014; Toronto, ON
72.Martens PJ, Nickel N, Prior H, Walld R, Soodeen RA, Forget E, Lix L, Turner D, Rajotte L. Smoking: The burden attributable to smoking on the healthcare system. Presented to: the Canadian Public Health Association, May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
73.Martens PJ, Nickel N, Prior H, Walld R, Soodeen RA, Forget E, Lix L, Turner D, Rajotte L. Smoking: A population-based analysis of burden on the hospital system in Manitoba, Canada. Presented at: International Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
74.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. MCHP – getting to the heart of MCHP/RHAM collaborations. Paper presented at: RHAM Council of Chairs meeting; February 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB. Invited speaker
75.Martens PJ. MCHP – who we are and what we do. Paper presented at: CancerCare MB Board of Directors; January 16, 2014; Winnipeg, MB. Invited speaker
76.Menear M, Levitt C, Ruffalo F, Katz A. Building a National Community of Practice in Primary Health Care Research. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
77.Metge C, Chateau D, Shaw S, Taylor C, Chartier M, Martens P, Charette C, Santos R, Lix L, the PATHS Equity Team. Missing the Mark? Comparing rates of pregnancy and STIs among non-enrolled and in-school adolescents: Results from the PATH Equity for Children project. Presented at: the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Conference; May 26-29, 2014; Toronto, ON
78.Nickel NC. Causal inference in health equity research. Panel-PATHS Equity for Children: A program of research for understanding what works for children. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2014 Annual Conference, Toronto ON
79.Nickel NC, Martens PJ, Sarkar J. What’s the real burden of formula feeding on the healthcare system-A Manitoba population-based study. Presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2014 Annual Conference; May 12-15, 2014; Toronto ON
80.O'Donnell M, Brownell M, MacLean M. Entering out-of-home care during childhood: cumulative incidence study in two developed countries. Presented at: 20th International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect; September 15, 2014; Nagoya, Japan
81.O'Donnell M, Brownell M, MacLean M. Entering out-of-home care during childhood: cumulative Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell MD, Chartier MJ, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, Lennon S. The association of inadequate prenatal care and maternal-infant outcomes: a population-based study. Presented at: The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada 70-th Annual Clinical and Scientific Conference; June 11, 2014; Niagara Falls, ON
82.Pei J, Santos R, Plesuk D, Brownell M, Andrew K, Tremblay M, Bryans M. Evaluation: What’s all the fuss about? Panel presentation, Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 6, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
83.Platt RW, Henry D, Dormuth C, Ernst P, Chateau D, Lix LM. Observational studies of drug safety in distributed data networks: experience from Canadian Network for observational drug effect studies. Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Network Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
84.Radbone C, Morris A, Iron K, Basso P, Thayer D, Smith M. Researchable Data Repositories - Establishing and running DataBanks. Invited Presentation. Pre-conference workshop at the International Health Data Linkage Conference, April 28-30, 2014. Vancouver, BC
85.Ramsden V, Katz A, Levitt C. Preparation for Research Education/Excitement/Enhancement/Engagement in Practice Action Group. Poster Presentation. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
86.Riediger N, Lix LM, Bruce SG. Predictors of longitudinal change in apoB in a First Nation cohort: The importance of sex. Presented at: CIHR-ICRH Young Investigator Forum; May 26-28, 2014; Edmonton, AB
87.Riediger N, Lix L, Bruce SG. Progression of cardiometabolic disease in a Canadian First Nation cohort: The importance of sex. Presented at: Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD); April 24-26, 2014; Minneapolis, MN
88.Robitaille C, Dai S, Waters C, the Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System Heart Disease Working Group. Ischemic heart disease prevalence and incidence in Canada. Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, Vancouver, BC, October 25-28, 2014
89.Roos LL. What are we doing here: Large databases and the human touch. Presented at: the Keynote Panel: Big Data for Health Policy Research; November 3-6, 2014; Toronto, ON
90.Roos LL. What are we doing here: Large databases and the human touch. Presented at: The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Research Forum October 22, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
91.Roos N, Buist S. Investigative journalism and human rights. Invited speaker at ‘Holding Power to Account – Investigative Journalism, Democracy and Human Rights’. June 13, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
92.Roos N, Brownell M. What social and educational data resources add to understanding children’s outcomes. Invited speaker: Inaugural Lecture, Farr Institute Seminar. May 19, 2014; Edinburgh, Scotland. Also on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6tbvgzyeN0
93.Roos N. Pushing health policy evidence to the media: EvidenceNetwork.ca. Invited speaker: First do no Harm – the Second International Conference on Health Journalism. May 18, 2014; Coventry, United Kingdom
94.Roos LL, Smith M, Towns D, Turner K, Ostapyk T, Burchill C. An Information-Rich Environment: Opportunities and Challenges for the Next Generation, Inaugural Lecture Presented at: The Farr Institute of Scotland; May 19, 2014; Edinburgh, Scotland
95.Roos LL. Predicting risk of health and adverse education outcomes over the life course. Presented at: The 2nd International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
96.Roos N, Uzonna J, Keynan Y, Kobinger G. ‘Publish to Flourish’ Workshop, organized by the Medical Microbiology Student Council, University of Manitoba; March 19, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
97.Sajobi T, Lix LM, Singh G, Fick GH. Statistical inference on discriminant function coefficients in the presence of non-normality and covariance heterogeneity. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada; May 27, 2014; Toronto, ON
98.Schultz A, Goertzen L, Halas G, Rothney J, Wener P, Katz A. Exploring How Equity is Situated Within the Tobacco Control and Physical Activity Literature: A Scoping Review of Reviews From the Last Decade. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 23, 2014; New York, NY
99.Singal D, Brownell M, Chateau D, Roos L, Longstaffe S, Hanlon-Dearman A. The mental health of women who give birth to children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Manitoba. Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
100.Singal D, Brownell M, Chateau D, Roos L, Longstaffe S, Hanlon-Dearman A. Utilizing administrative databases to capture information in the drug and alcohol use of women who give birth to children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Manitoba. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
101.Singal D, Menard C, Friesen C, Zarychanski R, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chudley A, Brownell M. A systematic review of treatments for children and adolescents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at: Living Well: FASD and Mental Health Conference; November 5, 2014; Winnipeg, MB
102.Singer A, Yakubovitch S, Katz A. Is Our EMR Data Reliable? An analysis of data quality in Manitoba. Presented at: Family Medicine Forum; November 12, 2014; Quebec
103.Singh G, Sajobi TT, Fick GH, Lix LM. Estimating transition probabilities between reversible health states: A comparison of statistical method. Presented at: SSC Student Conference; May 24, 2014; Toronto, ON
104.Smith M, Finlayson G, Martens P, Dunn J, Prior H, Soodeen RA, Taylor C, Burchill C, Hinds A, Guenette W. Social Housing in Manitoba: A First Look. Presented at: Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR); May 2014; Toronto, ON
105.Smith M. Data Quality Evaluation -What does it cost? What difference does it make? Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
106.Smith M, Ostapyk T, Nicol JP, Burchill C, Dziadek J. Population Health Research Data Repository - Data Flow Diagram. Poster presentation at: the International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC.
107.Smith M, Hong S, Lix L, Burchill C, Azimaee M. Data quality evaluation -What does it cost? What difference does it make? Presented at: International Health Data Linkage Conference; April 28-30, 2014; Vancouver, BC
108.Volk JS, Chartier M, Cooper M, Quddus F, McCarthy J-A, the Towards Flourishing Team. Relationship between Positive Mental Health and Mental Distress Among At-Risk Women in the Post-Partum Period: Results from the Towards Flourishing Project. Presented to: the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Conference; May, 2014; Vancouver, B.C
109.Wall-Wieler E, Roos L, Chateau D. Early Childhood is Overrated - A Life Course Perspective Using Siblings and Populations. Poster presented at: the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics National Student Conference; May 9-10, 2014; Hamilton, ON
110.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL, Chateau D. Early Childhood is Overrated – A Life Course Perspective Using Siblings and Populations. Poster Presented at: Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Ideas Exchange Symposium in Honour of Clyde Hertzman; February 6, 2014; Toronto, ON
111.Winzenreith R, Morin SN, Majumdar SR, Lix LM, Hans D, Leslie WD. Clinical performance of an updated version of trabecular bone score in men and women: The Manitoba BMD cohort. Presented at: ASBMR Annual Meeting; September 12-15, 2014; Houston, TX
112.Wong ST, Katz A. Continuity of Care: Does Having the Same Primary Care Provider Over Time Matter? Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting; November 22, 2014; New York, NY
113.Wong S, Katz A, Wodchis W, Teare G, Burge F. QUALICO-PC in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand: Recruitment, Responses, and Initial Cross Country Comparison with Australia and New Zealand. Presented at: CAHSPR; May 13, 2014; Toronto, ON
114.Wu X, Sawatzky R, Hopman W, Mayo NE, Sajobi TT, Liu J, Lix OM. Latent variable mixture models for differential item functioning: Application to the SF-36 physical functioning and mental health sub-scales. Presented at: ISOQOL 21st Annual Conference; 15 - 18 October, 2014; Berlin, Germany
115.Yao S, Lix L, Teare G, Shevchuk Y, Champagne A, Blackburn D. Impact of a provincial drug plan policy limiting out-of-pocket payment for seniors: A population-based study in Saskatchewan, Canada. Presented at: Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics 2014 Conference; November 2-4, 2014; Toronto, ON
116.Yao S, Lix L, Teare G, Shevchuk Y, Champagne A, Blackburn D. Medication copayment for seniors impacts prevalent but not incident users of chronic medications. Presented at: Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics 2014 Conference; November 2-4, 2014; Toronto, ON

2013


1.Alsabbagh MW. Socio-economic status and non-adherence to anti-hypertensive drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Paper presented at: Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics; November 2013; Toronto, ON
2.Arim RG, Guevremont A, Kohen DE, Brehaut JC, Miller AR, McGrail K, Brownell M, Lach LM, Rosenbaum PL. Socio-economic status and non-adherence to anti-hypertensive drugs: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Paper presented at: Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics; November 2013; Toronto, ON
3.Azad MB, Dahl ME, Brownell M, Chartier M, Letourneau N, Kozyrskyj AL. Role of maternal distress in the perinatal programming of allergic disease. Paper presented at: DOHAD: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease; November 17-20, 2013; Singapore
4.Brownell M. Putting the pieces together: using linked data at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy to study child outcomes. Presented at: Saskatchewan Epidemiology Association 2013 Fall Symposium; November 7, 2013; Regina, SK. Keynote presentation
5.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s Children Doing? Workshop presented to: Provincial Healthy Child Advisory Committee; October 3, 2013; Winnipeg MB
6.Brownell M. Identification of factors and supports that contribute to the educational success of students in care. Presented at: 20th Annual RHA Workshop; October 29, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
7.Brownell M. How do experiences in childhood translate into health inequity? Presented at: Canadian Mental Health Association 2013 Annual Conference; October 17, 2013; Ottawa, ON. Keynote Address
8.Brownell MD, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chudley A, MacWilliam L, Longstaffe S, Roos BP, Yallop L. Use of Health and Social Services by Children and Youths with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Presented at First International Conference on Prevention of FASD; September 23, 2013; Edmonton, AB
9.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Burland E, Nickel N, Goy CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Overview of the PATHS Equity for Children Research Program. Poster presented at: The Canadian Public Health Association National Conference; June 11, 2013; Ottawa, ON
10.Brownell M, Martens P, Katz A, Chateau D, Burland E, Nickel N, Goy CY, the PATHS Equity Team. Overview of the PATHS Equity for Children research program. Paper presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2013 Annual Conference; May 28, 2013; Vancouver BC
11.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? Paper presented at: Family Services and Labour Lunch and Learn Session; May 24, 2013; Winnipeg MB
12.Brownell M, Hanlon-Dearman A, Chudley A, MacWilliam L, Longstaffe S, Roos N, Yallop L. Use of health and social services by children and youths with FASD. Paper presented at: Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, 2013 Annual Conference; May 28, 2013; Vancouver BC.
13.Brownell M, Chartier M, Santos R. The effects of poverty on educational outcomes: findings from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. Workshop presented to: Instruction, Curriculum and Assessment Branch, Manitoba Education; April 17, 2013; Winnipeg MB
14.Brownell M. Putting the pieces together: Using the population health research data repository to study children’s developmental trajectories. Presented at: the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds; April 19, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
15.Chartier MJ, Dart A, Komenda P, Tangri N, Nickel N, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, McGowan K, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans Living with Chronic Kidney Disease. Paper presented at: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy –Advisory Board; May 23, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
16.Chartier MJ, Dart A, Komenda P, Tangri N, Nickel N, Walld R, Bogdanovic B, Burchill C, McGowan K, Rajotte L. Care of Manitobans Living with Chronic Kidney Disease. Paper presented at: Manitoba Centre for Health Policy – Manitoba Health Workshop; May 3, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
17.Coo H, Ouelette-Kuntz H, Lam YM, Brownell M, Flavin M, Roos LL. Can we confirm an association between shorter interpregnancy intervals and autism? Poster presented at: IMFAR 2013, Donostia/San Sebastián; May 2-4, 2013; Basque Country, Spain
18.Dansu B, Lix LM, Sajobi T. Testing for response shift in longitudinal health related quality of life data. Paper presented at: Canadian Health Student Research Forum; June 3-6, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
19.Dansu B, Sajobi T, Lix LM. Statistical inference for discriminant function coefficients in doubly multivariate data. Paper presented at: Statistical Society of Canada annual meeting; May 26-29, 2013; Edmonton, AB
20.Doupe M. Defining the Capabilities of the Newly Implemented Emergency Use Data System in Winnipeg. Paper presented to: Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Board of Directors; September 24, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
21.Doupe M, McGregor M, Sivananthan S. Provincial Variation in Publically-funded Nursing Home Bed Supply in Canada: Exploring what matters. Paper presented at: Re-imagining Long-Term Care workshop (Do Regulations Make it Harder to Care?); May 28, 2013; Toronto ON
22.Doupe M. Seniors' Housing Transitions and the Housing Continuum/Continuum of Care in Manitoba. Paper presented to: National Housing Research Committee; November 4, 2013; Ottawa, ON. http://nhrc-cnrl.ca/sites/default/files/Malcolm%20Doupe_DN_E.pdf. Accessed May 13, 2014
23.Doupe M. Key Issues in Long-term Care Reform: A research perspective. Paper presented at: 30th Annual Centre on Aging Spring Research Symposium; May 6, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
24.Fournier-Gawryluk J, Clifton R, Brownell M, Atleo M. Our education system: the good, the bad and the solutions. Paper presented at: University of Manitoba Visionary Conversations series; May 22, 2013; Winnipeg, MB
25.Karaceper M, Brownell M, Casey R, Chakraborty P, Coyle D, Davies C, Dodds L, Feigenbaum A, Fell D, Greenberg C, Guttmann A, Kahn A, Kronick J, Laberge AM, Mhanni A Miller, F, Nakhla M, Prasad C, Vallance H, Wilson B, Wilson K, Potter BK. The epidemiology and health system impact of medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency among affected children and those with false positive newborn screening results in Ontario, Canada. American College of Genetics Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, March 21, 2013.
26.Roos LL. Great possibilities: Using linked data in new ways. Presented at the MCHP Researcher Forum: PATHS Project, Winnipeg, MB, March 28, 2012.
27.Wall-Wieler E, Roos LL. Adolescent Health and Educational Achievement: A Life Course Exploration of Siblings and Twins. Third place award at the 2013 CIHR-IHSPR/CAHSPR Student Poster Competition, Vancouver, BC, May 2013.

2012


1.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Schultz J. Improving perinatal outcomes: Evaluation of the Manitoba Healthy Baby program (Presented at the 2012 annual CAHSPR conference, Montreal, QC, May 31, 2012)
2.Brownell M, Chartier M, Santos R, Ekuma O, Au W, Sarkar J, Koseva I, Guenette W, Burland E. Putting the pieces together: Using linked administrative databases to examine predictors of school performance in Manitoba children
3.Brownell M. Can linked administrative data be used for ASD surveillance? Presented to the Advisory Committee for the Autism Spectrum Disorders Surveillance Program at the ASD Advisory Committee meeting, Ottawa, ON, March 6, 2012.
4.Brownell M. Approaches to monitoring early childhood development - innovative research in developmental trajectories and statistical analysis of population based data linkages. Population Data BC and CIHI Conference "Population Health Data Analysis: From Infrastructure to Innovation" Vancouver, BC, February 8, 2012.
5.Chartier MJ, Cooper M, Volk J, Attawar D. Towards flourishing: Improving the mental health of damilies in Manitoba's Families First Home Visiting program. Presentation at the Mental Health Summit, Winnipeg, MB, February 15, 2012.
6.Doupe M. Population aging and the continuum of older adult care in Manitoba: Implication for care planning (Presented at the Geriatric Grand Rounds, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, March 21, 2011)
7.Farthing G, Roos NP. The Manitoba Department of Education and the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: When and how data can be used in the policy process (Presented at the International Data Linkage Conferene 2012, Perth, AU, May 2, 2012)
8.Gilbert R, Fluke J, O'Donnell M, Gonzalez-Izquierdo A, Brownell M, Gulliver P, Janson S, Sidebotham P. Trends in child maltreatment in six developed countries. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Sixteenth Annual Conference "Research that Makes a Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy" Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2012.
9.Gilbert R, Fluke J, O'Donnell M, Gonzalez-Izquierdo A, Brownell M, Gulliver P, Janson S, Sidebotham P. Trends in child maltreatment in six developed countries. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Sixteenth Annual Conference “Research that Makes a Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy”, Washington, DC, January 11-15, 2012
10.Hanlon-Dearman A, Brownell M, Chudley A, MacWilliam L, Longstaffe S, Roos N, Yallop L. Using linked administrative and clinic data to describe the use of health, education and social services by children with FASD in Manitoba. (Poster Presentation at the Banff International Conferences on Behavioural Science: Banff XLIV: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Challenges in Practice, Research and Policy, Banff, AB, March 18, 2012).
11.Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell MD, Chartier MJ, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, Thiessen K. Predictors of inadequate prenatal care: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada. 17th Congress of the Federation of Asian and Oceania Perinatal Societies (FOAPS) and the 16th Annual Congress of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ), Sydney AU, March 19, 2012.
12.Heaman MI, Martens PJ, Brownell M, Chartier MJ, Helewa ME, Derksen SA, Lennon S. The association of inadequate prenatal care and maternal-infant outcomes: A population-based study in the Canadian province of Manitoba, (17th Congress of the Federation of Asian and Oceania Perinatal Societies (FOAPS) and the 16th Annual Congress of the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand (PSANZ), Sydney AU, March 21, 2012).
13.Katz A, Clouston K. A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial of CRC screening support. (Cancer and Primary Care Research Network meeting, Cleveland OH, June 6, 2012).
14.Katz A, Chateau D, Martens P, Bogdanovic B, Koseva I. Understanding the patterns of ambulatory care use in Manitoba. (Canadian Association of Health Service and Policy Research, Montreal, QC, May 29-31, 2012).
15.Lam K, Roos L, Forget E, Walld R, Deber R. Health Care Utilization Trajectories Revisited: Implications for Insurance Markets (Presented at the Annual CAHSPR Conference 2012, Montreal, QC, May 29-31, 2012).
16.Martens PJ. Is living in social housing associated with better or worse outcomes in preventive care? A Manitoba population-based study. Oral abstract presentation. (Canadian Public Health Association National Conference, Edmonton, AB, June 10-13, 2012).
17.Martens PJ, Tamblyn R. Innovations for Health System Improvement: Balancing costs, Quality and Equity. (2012 Annual CAHSPR conference. CIHR Grant Writing Half-Day Workshop. Montreal, QC, May 28-31, 2012).
18.Martens PJ. The power of meta-analyses: Research on breastfeeding and the protection against obesity and type 2 diabetes.(Overcoming Breastfeeding Challenges conference. Mount Sinai BFI Committee, Toronto, ON, May 12, 2012).
19.Martens PJ. Provincial and national databases for 'evidence-informed' health policy decisions. (Harkness Canadian Health Policy Briefing Tour, Toronto, ON, May 10, 2012).
20.Martens P, Brownell M, Au W, Prior H, MacWilliam L, Schultz J, Guenete W. Is there a more visual way to display socioeconomic inequities in health outcomes? The Lorenz Curve as a tool for researchers and decision-makers. (Presented at the International Data Linkage Conference, Perth, AU, May 2, 2012).
21.Martens PJ, Caetano P, Chateau D, Targownik L, Alessi-Severini S. CNODES - a leading-edge approach to researching the post-marketing safety and effectiveness of Canadian pharmaceuticals. Community Health Sciences Departmental Colloquium and Grand Rounds. Winnipeg, MB, March 9, 2012.
22.Martens PJ. Invited Plenary Speaker. Dress for Success: MCHP�??s three successful pillars of Research, Repository and KT. Population Data BC conference. Vancouver, BC, February 8, 2012.
23.Martens PJ. Invited Plenary Speaker. Panel discussion (Martens PJ and all other plenary speakers): Research impacts on population health policy. Population Data BC conference, Vancouver, BC, February 8, 2012.
24.Martens PJ. What works in changing population health, and what evidence do you need? Carmen Community Discussion Group, Carmen, MB, January 18, 2012.
25.Martens PJ. Longitudinal FOBT screening rates and measuring socio-economic inequity. CIHR/CancerCare Manitoba Team in Primary Care Oncology Research, Winnipeg, MB, January 13, 2012.
26.Roos LL. Information rich environments: New stuff. Presented at the MCHP Researcher Forum: PATHS Project, Winnipeg, MB, March 29, 2012.
27.Roos NP. Working with the Community - Moving Forward as a Faculty. Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, March 16, 2012.
28.Roos NP. Getting Health Policy Evidence to the Media: EvidenceNetwork.ca. Presented at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Seminar, San Francisco, CA, February 23, 2012.
29.Roos LL. The Manitoba data base - past and future. Presented at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Seminar, San Francisco, CA, February 23, 2012.
30.Smith M, Lix LM, Azimaee M, Bond R, Burchill C, Nicol JP. Advances in Quality Assessment and Documentation of Administrative Data. International Data Linkage Conference, Perth, AU, May 2-4, 2012.

2011


1.Allard M, Frego A, Katz A, Halas G. Fuel the future: RNs working to full scope of practice. Accelerating Primary Care Conference, Edmonton, AB
2.Brownell M. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: An opportunity for monitoring early child development. Presented to the Early Years Task Group: The Premier’s Advisory Council on Education, Poverty and Citizenship, Winnipeg, MB, June 10, 2011
3.Brownell M. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: An Opportunity for ASD Surveillance? (Presented at the ASD Surveillance in Canada Workshop, Ottawa, ON, May 9, 2011).
4.Brownell M. How are Manitoba’s children doing? Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2011
5.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, deRocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Grousseau M. L’etude sur l’etat de la santé et de l’utilisation des services de santé des francophones du Manitoba. Presented to the Forum provincial pour les intervenant.e.s et les professionnel.le.s de la sante et des services sociaux, Winnipeg, MB, November 4, 2011
6.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Presented to Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Rural and Northern Regional Health Authority Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 25, 2011
7.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Briefing to the Minister of Health, Winnipeg, MB, October 17, 2011
8.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Briefing to the Minister of Health, Winnipeg, MB, October 17, 2011
9.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Mission difficile, mais non impossible: Comment étudier la sante et l’utilisation des services de sante des francophone du Manitoba. Presented to the Colloque international des programmes locaux et régionaux de sante, Ottawa, ON, June 27, 2011
10.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Presented to Manitoba Health, Winnipeg, MB, June 24th, 2011
11.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Presented to Manitoba Health, Winnipeg, MB, June 24th, 2011
12.Chartier MJ. What policymakers want to know. Presented to AllerGen Working Group, Calgary, AB, May 29, 2011
13.Chartier MJ. Que faire pour influencer les habilites parentales au niveau de la population: L’approche Triple P au Manitoba. Presented at Colloque de GRAVE, Ste. Adèle, QC, May 20, 2011
14.Chartier MJ, Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Presented to Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Advisory Board, Winnipeg, MB, May 18th, 2011
15.Chartier MJ Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Briefing to the Deputy Minister of Health and the Minister of Healthy Living, Seniors and Youth, Winnipeg, MB, July 25, 2011
16.Chartier MJ Finlayson G, Prior H, McGowan K, Chen H, de Rocquigny J, Ouelette C, Walld R, Gousseau M. Study of the health and health care utilization of Francophones in Manitoba. Presented to Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 15th, 2011
17.Clouston K, Katz A, Hartley D. Developing knowledge translation strategies in primary care: Enhancing clinical practice through family physician-primary care research partnerships Workshop at Family Medicine Forum, Montreal QC, November 2011
18.deLeon-Demare K, MacDonald J, Gregory D, Katz A, Iwasiw R, Halas G. An analysis of nurse practitioner? Patient interactions: Application of kings? Theory to practice. Poster presentation at the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 25, 2011
19.Doupe M, Fransoo R, Chateau D, Dik N. Understanding co-morbidities of nursing home residents (Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Halifax, NS, May 9-12, 2011)
20.Doupe M, Fransoo R, Chateau D, Dik N. Projecting the need for nursing home beds in Manitoba (Poster presentation at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Halifax, NS, May 9-12, 2011)
21.Doupe M. Profiling the needs of nursing home residents: Understanding the bigger picture (Presented to the Executive Directors of Personal Care Homes, Winnipeg, MB, April 28, 2011)
22.Doupe M. Who and whre are your greying baby boomers: Short, intermediate, and longer term planning strategies (Presented to the Assiniboine Regional Health Authority Long-Term Care Planning Committee, March 2, 2011)
23.Green M, Katz A, Wong S. Variation in guidelines provided for the management and control of pandemic H1N1 Influenza in First Nations Communities in Ontario, Manitoba and Quebec. Canadian Association of Health Service and Policy Research, Halifax, NS, 2011
24.Haggerty J, Hogg W, Wong S, Katz A, Burge F. Looking backward to move forward: A synthesis of primary care reform evaluation in Canadian provinces. Canadian Association of Health Service and Policy Research, Halifax NS, 2011
25.Halsa G, Katz A, McSwiggin J, Gregory D, deLeon-Demare K, MacDonald J. Describing patient encounters in a new era. College of Family Physicians of Canada - Family Medicine Forum, Montreal, QC, November 2011
26.Hnatiuk JA, Duhamel TA, Katz A, Ready AE. Physical activity support in the health care system as measured by the physical activity support questionnaire. Poster presented at the International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference, Melbourne, AU, June 15 – 18, 2011
27.Katz A. Measuring effectiveness of primary health care; Plenary presentation at Accelerating Primary Care Conference, Edmonton AB, October 2011
28.Katz A. Best brains exchange: CIHR sponsored exchange with Manitoba Health. Slowing the Growth Rate of Healthcare Expenditures; facilitator, September 2011
29.Katz A, Halas G, Jin D. Cancer and chronic disease prevention: Promoting behavior change through the use of a computer-assisted risk factor identification tool (RFIT) Cancer in primary care research meeting Leeuenhaven, Netherlands, May 2011
30.MacDonald J, deLeon-Demare K, Gregory D, Katz A, Iwasiw R, Halas G. Embracing disturbances in clinical encounters: Understanding the nurse practitioner? patient relationship. Poster presentation at the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 16, 2011
31.Martens P, Brownell M, Chartier M, Helewa M, Thiessen K, Derksen S. Predictors of inadequate prenatal care: A population-based study in Manitoba. Poster presentation, Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research (SPER), Montreal, QC, June 20-21, 2011
32.Martens PH, Wilson B, Paradis G. Plenary III Chair and Speaker on “Beyond the Long-Form Census: The changing face of surveillance in Canada”. CPHA National Conference. Public Health in Canada – Innovative Partnerships for Action, Montreal, QC, June 19-22, 2011.
33.Martens PJ. Does being “Metis” persist as a risk factor for diabetes and related lower-limb amputations when other socio-demographic and health services factors are taken into account? CPHA National Conference. Public Health in Canada – Innovative Partnerships for Action, Montreal, QC, June 19-22, 2011
34.Martens PJ. MCHP turning straw into gold – KT’ing research in population health. PHIR-NET Summer Institute 2011, Montreal, C, June 18-19th, 2011
35.Martens PJ. Plenary: Health inequities in Manitoba. MCHP/WRHA Annual Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 15, 2011
36.Martens PJ. Profile of Metis health status and healthcare utilization in Manitoba. MCHP/WRHA Annual Workshop. Winnipeg, MB, June 15, 2011
37.Martens PJ. An overview of MCHP. Health inequities in Winnipeg: A collaborative discussion about narrowing the gap. MCHP/WRHA Annual Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 15, 2011
38.Martens PJ. MCHP data - informing decision-making (Presented to the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, "New uses for Government Administrative Data: Opportunities for Evidence-Based Policymaking in Canada" Fredericton, NB, May 31, 2011)
39.Martens PJ. MCHP data – informing decision-making. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Canadian Population Society and the Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster. New Uses for Government Administrative Data: Opportunities for evidence-based policymaking in Canada, Fredericton, NB, May 31, 2011
40.Martens PJ. Survey research 101: Ask a silly question? (Invited plenary speaker, Manitoba Association of Health Information Providers Conference: "Virtual Realities - Information Pathways in a Digital World, Winnipeg, MB, May 5, 2011)
41.Martens PJ. The big effects of small effects (Invited plenary speaker, Rehabilitation Research Day, Winnipeg, MB, May 4, 2011)
42.Martens PJ. What impacts the health of communities? (Invited speaker at the WRHA Community Health Advisory Council's Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 3, 2011)
43.Martens PJ. The MCHP model of informing decision-making (Invited speaker at "Becoming the Best: Game-changing Health Innovations" sponsored by the Institute of Health Economics, Edmonton, AB, May 2, 2011)
44.Martens PJ. The Metis report (Plenary speaker, MCHP/Manitoba Health Annual Workshop Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2011)
45.Martens PJ. Who we are and what we do (Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy Implementation Steering Committee, Winnipeg, MB, April 18, 2011)
46.Martens PJ. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy as a resource for research and service planning (Invited Plenary Speaker, "Psychology in Health Research Day" Winnipeg, MB, April 15, 2011)
47.Roos NP, Brownell M, Katz L. CFS children need help before/during/after (Presented to the Child and Family Services Standing Committee, Winnipeg, MB, November 16, 2011).
48.Roos NP. Academics and the policy process. Lecture to the Senior Seminar in Community Health Sciences course, Winnipeg, MB, November 22, 2011
49.Roos NP, Ford Jones E. How do you tell the poverty story? Presented at the Canadian Science Writers Association Annual Conference, Calgary, AB, June 11, 2011
50.Roos LL. Reinventing Research - Provincial Perspectives, International Importance (Presented at a reception for the Royal Society of Canada members, Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2011).
51.Roos N, Brownell M, Fransoo R. How do educational outcomes vary by socioeconomic status? Presented to the Department of Manitoba, Education, Winnipeg, MB, April 20, 2011
52.Roos LL. Administrative data: The next generation (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy's Researcher Forum, Winnipeg, MB, March 16, 2011).
53.Roos NP, Brownell M, Fransoo R. Investing in at-risk kids: The path to increased productivity and decreased social costs (Presented to the United Way of Winnipeg Cabinet Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, March 10, 2011).
54.Roos LL. Studying children using the Manitoba Population Health Repository: Data and opportunities (Presented at the Manitoba Institute for Child Health, Research Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, January 27, 2011).
55.Ruth CA, Roos N, Hildes-Ripstein E, Brownell M. Infants born at less than 40 weeks gestation are at increased risk of hospital admission over the first year of life. Presented at The Pediatric Academic Societies/Asian Society for Pediatric Research Joint Meeting, Denver, CO, May 2, 2011
56.Ruth CA, Roos N, Hildes-Ripstein E, Brownell M. The impact of gestational age and socioeconomic status on neonatal readmissions. Presented at The Pediatric Academic Societies/Asian Society for Pediatric Research Joint Meeting, Denver, CO, May 2, 2011
57.St. John P, Strang D, Doupe M. Adverse events in for-profit and not-for-profit nursing homes in Manitoba (Presented at the Canadian Geriatrics Society 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, Vancouver, BC, April 14-16, 2011)

2010


1.Barre L, Fogg T. Beyond administrative data: A vision for health information systems for Canada (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
2.Bartlett JG, Martens PJ, Sanguins J, Burchill C, Prior H, Burland E, Bailly A, Carter S. Using lineage and history to build a Metis population cohort from Metis membership and health system administrative databases. Knowing your roots: Indigenous medicine, health knowledges and best practices' (Oral presentation: International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development (NIHKD) Conference, Poulsbro, WA, May 24-28, 2010)
3.Brownell M. Using population-based information to assess the outcomes of all students in Manitoba (Invited address at the Student Services Administrators' Association of Manitoba conference "Challenging the Status Quo: Are we Meeting the Needs of Students in Manitoba?" Brandon, MB, December 2, 2010).
4.Brownell M. Using data from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy to help us understand child health (Invited talk at the National Child Day Forum 2010 Pre-conference workshop "Moving Child Health Data into Practice" Winnipeg, MB, November 15, 2010).
5.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Schultz J. Evaluation of the Manitoba Healthy Baby Program (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Rural and Northern Healthcare Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 27, 2010).
6.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Schultz J. Evaluation of the Healthy Baby Program (Governmental briefing to Healthy Child Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2010).
7.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Schultz J. Evaluation of the Healthy Baby Program (Governmental briefing to Healthy Child Committee of Cabinet, Winnipeg, MB, Septermber 20, 2010).
8.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Schultz J. Evaluation of the Healthy Baby Program (Governmental briefing to the Minister and Deputy Minister of Health, Winnipeg, MB, September 10, 2010).
9.Brownell M, Chatier M, Au W, Schultz J, Bailly A. The Manitoba Healthy Baby Program: Are all those who might benefir from the program participating? (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association conference "Public Health in Canada: Shaping the Future Together" Toronto, ON, June 14, 2010).
10.Brownell M, Chartier M, Au W, Bailly A. The Manitoba Healthy Baby program: Has it had an impact on perinatal outcomes? (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association conference "Public Health in Canada: Shaping the Future Together" Toronto, ON, June 14, 2010).
11.Brownell M. Manitoba Child Health Atlas Update, 2008: Kids Matter: A Look into Child Health and Well-Being (Presented at the 2010 MCHP & WRHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 9, 2010).
12.Brownell M. What factors affect health and literacy? Lessons from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (Presented at the Manitoba Libraries Conference 2010: "The Power of Many - The Power of Partnerships, Winnipeg, MB, May 18, 2010).
13.Brownell M, Ens C, Roos N, Hanlon-Dearman A, Derksen S. Estimating the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders: What can we learn from using multiple population-based administrative data sources? (Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON, May 11, 2010).
14.Brownell M, Santos R. Linking EDI data with health and social databases to gain a population-based perspective on child development (Presented at "Development 2010: A Canadian Conference on Developmental Psychology, Ottawa, ON, May 7, 2010).
15.Brownell M, Santos R, Kozyrskyj A, Fuchs D. Using administrative data to study child health (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
16.Brownell M, Ens C, Roos NP. An analytic update from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Scores on the early development instrument and selection for reading recovery and results from the Child Health Atlas (MERN Winter Forum, Winnipeg MB, January 29, 2010)
17.Burchill C, Roos L, Smith M. Expanding the data repository: New technology and resources for the 21st century (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
18.Chartier M, Brownell M. Families First universal screening The Manitoba Story (Presented to Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver, BC, May 5, 2010).
19.Doupe M, Cloutier R, Shapiro E. Healthcare services for an aging population: Using administrative data to help prepare for the future (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
20.Finlayson G, Roos L, Lix L. The whole is greater than the sum of the parts: Using data linkage, and cohort designs to create data synergy at MCHP (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
21.Forget EL. The town with no poverty (Presented to McGill University, Montreal, QC, November 3, 2010)
22.Forget EL. The town with no poverty (Presented at the MCHP Rural & Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 27, 2010)
23.Forget EL. The town with no poverty (Presented to the University of Montreal, Montreal, QC, September 28, 2010)
24.Forget EL. The town with no poverty (Presented to: Manitoba Family Services and Consumer Affairs, April 26, 2010)
25.Hertzman C. The role of administrative record linkage in creating trajectories of early human development (First plenary session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
26.Holman D, Smith M, Rosman D, Semmens J, Ford JB, Roberts CL, Joseph KS, Callaghan WM, Storey C. International health data linkage network (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
27.Lam K, Roos L, Forget E, Walld R, Deber R. Who are the high users of health care services in the chronic disease population? (Abstract published in conference program for 2010 Annual Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Toronto ON, May 11, 2010). 2010. Abstract.
28.Lewis S. How health research has made a difference (Third plenary session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
29.Marchessault G, Black C, De Coster C. Panning for population gold: 20 years of research at MCHP (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
30.Martens PJ, Bartlett J. Profile of Metis health status and healthcare utilization in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the 17th Annual MCHP Rural & Northern Healthcare Workshop, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2010)
31.Martens PJ. Health inequities in Manitoba (Presented at the 17th Annual MCHP Rural & Northern Healthcare Workshop, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2010)
32.Martens PJ, Brownell M, Au W, Prior HJ, Schultz J. Is health inequity widening or narrowing over time? Using a population-based methodology in Manitoba (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association conference, "Public Health in Canada: Shaping the Future Together" Toronto, ON, June 13-16, 2010).
33.Martens P, Fransoo R, Erickson T, Dick S, Malazdrewicz D, Burland E, Soltys P. The inside story: Knowledge translation lessons from "The Need to Know" Team (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
34.Martens P. Going for knowledge translation gold: Research with its feet on the ground.walking and talking (Fourth plenary session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
35.Metge C, Alessi-Severini S, Sketris I. Seeking the balance between harm and benefit: The role of pharmacosurveillance in choosing what drugs we should take (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
36.O'Neil M. Promoting Canadian healthcare innovation: Let's make the most of the Manitoba model (MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
37.Rach J(moderator). Dancing with the media - be careful not to step on your partner's toes: The challenge of working with the media to share research findings with the public (Open discussion at breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
38.Roos N, Brownell M. Investing in at-risk kids: Doing the right thing while achieving increased productivity and decreased social costs (Presented at the Senior Officials Steering Committee of the Intergovernmental Committee on Manitoba First Nations Health, Winnipeg, MB, November 17, 2010).
39.Roos N, Brownell M. How data help - developing insights re: Children's health & well-being (Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres/Canadian Paediatric Decision Support Network, "What's Working? Strategies and Practices that are Improving Health Outcomes of Canadian Children & Youth" Winnipeg, MB, October 17, 2010).
40.Roos N, Brownell M. Focusing on at-risk kids (Presented at the Winnipeg Inner-City Stakeholders meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 27, 2010).
41.Roos N. Lessons learned: Four years establishing the drug safety and effectiveness network. Keynote speaker address, Emmett Hall Memorial Lectureship (Presented at the 2010 Annual CAHSPR Conference, Toronto, ON, May 12, 2010).
42.Roos LL. Using what's available - and there's lots! (MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 9, 2010)
43.Roos LL. New possibilities, ongoing issues (MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8, 2010)
44.Roos N, Farthing G, Freemantle J. Taking it to the streets: Figuring out and communicating what's really important in children's health & wellbeing research (Breakout session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)
45.Roos N, Brownell M. Resources and insights from monitoring child health & well-being at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (Child Health Quality Council Meeting, Winnipeg MB, February 3, 2010)
46.Stanley F. The developmental pathways project: Can joined-up data lead to joined-up thinking? (Second plenary session at the MCHP 20th Anniversary Conference: Going for the Gold, Winnipeg MB, March 8 & 9, 2010)

2009


1.Balogh R. Applications of data housed at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (Presented at: Partnership Forum: Developing an Ontario Data Linkage Strategy to Support Persons with an Intellectual Disability, Toronto ON, February 11, 2009)
2.Barre L. CIHI data - importance to all Manitobans (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
3.Bond R, Turner K, Smith M, Roos L. Development and evolution of web-based research tools (Poster presentation at the Canadian Health Libraries Association Conference, Winnipeg MB, June 1-2, 2009)
4.Brownell M. Using linked administrative databases to study children's developmental trajectories (CEU/ICES Conjoint Evaluative Sciences Rounds, Toronto ON, December 8, 2009)
5.Brownell M. How are the kids doing? Using administrative data to monitor child health and development (Price Waterhouse Coopers Lecture Series, Child Health Evaluative Sciences Rounds, Toronto ON, December 7, 2009)
6.Brownell M. Using linked administrative databases to study children's developmental trajectories (The Early Development Imperative: A Pan-Canadian Conference on Population Level Measurement of Children's Development, Winnipeg MB, November 18, 2009)
7.Brownell M. Data linkage in Manitoba (The Early Development Imperative: A Pan-Canadian Conference on Population Level Measurement of Children's Development, Winnipeg MB, November 16, 2009)
8.Brownell M, Martens P, Fransoo R. Child Health Atlas update (Child Health Atlas Update, Thompson MB, September 18, 2009)
9.Brownell M. Healthy child development (The Canadian Public Health Association 2009 Annual Conference, Winnipeg MB, June 10, 2009)
10.Brownell M. Evaluation of the Manitoba Healthy Baby Program: A sneak peek (Working Together to Inform Policy, 6th Annual Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Manitoba Health & Healthy Living Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 29, 2009)
11.Brownell M. Child Health Atlas update. Keynote presentation (Working Together to Inform Policy, 6th Annual Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Manitoba Health & Healthy Living Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 29, 2009)
12.Brownell M, Derksen S, Ekuma O, Yallop L. Socioeconomic inequalities in children's injury rates: Has the gradient changed over time? (CIHR Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health, Winnipeg MB, May 19, 2009)
13.Brownell M, Willms JD. Early predictors of childhood outcomes at school entry (Human Resources and Skills Development Canada Successful Transitions Conference, Ottawa ON, April 28, 2009)
14.Brownell M, Derksen S, Ekuma O, Yallop L. Socioeconomic inequalities in children's injury rates: Has the gradient changed over time? (Poster presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Denver, Colorado, April 4, 2009)
15.Brownell M, De Coster C, Penfold R, Derksen S, Au W, Schultz J, Dahl M. Child Health Atlas update (Manitoba Children and Youth Health Data Seminar: A "Manitoba Children's Agenda" event, Winnipeg MB, March 6, 2009)
16.Brownell M, Derksen S, Schultz JN. Estimating the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders using multiple population-based data sources (Poster presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Denver, Colorado, April 4, 2009)
17.Currie J, Stabile M, Manivong P, Roos L. Child health and young adult outcomes (Presented at The University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; The Geary Institute at University College Dublin; The Claremont-McKenna Colleges, Claremont, Ca; Columbia University, New York, NY, April 2009)
18.Dacombe Dewar L, Frith B, Lockhart S. Strategic planning - is there something you need to know? (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
19.Dart A, Martens PJ, Rigatto C, Brownell M, Dean HJ, Sellers EA. Long term renal outcomes in a cohort of Manitoba children and adolescents with Type 2 Diabetes (The American Society of Nephrology, Renal Week 2009, San Diego CA, October 30, 2009)
20.Deber R, Lam K, Forget E, Walld R, Roos L. Four flavours of health expenditures: Implications of their distribution for financing (2009 Annual Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Calgary AB, May 11-14, 2009)
21.Finlayson G. The additional costs of chronic cost in Manitoba (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
22.Forget EL. The town with no poverty (Presented to the Senate Standing Committee on Science, Social Affairs and Technology, December, 2009)
23.Fransoo R. RHA indicators atlas overview (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
24.Jutte D, Brownell M, Roos NP, Schippers C, Boyce WT, Syme SL. Interventions to address child health disparities: Using epidemiology and biology to identify risks and opportunities (Presented at the San Francisco General Hospital Pediatric PLUS Grand Rounds, San Francisco, CA, April 21, 2009)
25.Katz A. Do I really want to do this? Physician resource planning for Manitoba (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, January 23, 2009)
26.Katz A. Have you had your flu shot? What does the data say (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
27.Martens P, Chochinov HM, Sareen J, Arnett J. What affects your mental health? (Presented at "CIHR Café Scientifique Presents" Winnipeg MB, April 20, 2009)
28.Martens PJ, Bartlett J, Prior H, Burland E, Burchill C, Sanguins J, Huq S, Bailly A, Carter S. Uptake of preventive services by Metis people living in Manitoba - what are the predictors in a population-based study? (CAHSPR, Calgary AB, May 11-14, 2009). 2009. Abstract.
29.Martens P. The importance of a population-based approach (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
30.Roos N, Brownell M. Needed: Investment in at-risk kids. Doing the right thing while achieving increased productivity and decreased social costs (Deputy Ministers of Social Services Meeting, Winnipeg MB, November 23, 2009)
31.Roos N, Brownell M, Jutte D. Social risk assessment: What's really important re: Children's health & well-being? (Pediatric Grand Rounds, Toronto ON, October 21, 2009)
32.Roos N, Brownell M, Roos LL. Key insights for policy and research from an information-rich environment: What administrative data from health, education and family services enables (ICES/CEU Conjoint Evaluative Sciences Rounds, Toronto ON, October 20, 2009)
33.Roos N, Brownell M. Using population-based data/record linkage for understanding educational outcomes: A Canadian perspective (Australian Government, Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR, Canberra AU, September 7, 2009)
34.Roos N, Brownell M. Linkage of educational records for understanding educational outcomes: A Canadian Perspective (A workshop/roundtable event at the Office of Early Childhood Education and Child Care, Canberra AU, September 7, 2009)
35.Roos LL, Currie J, Oreopoulos P, Stabile M, Strohschein L, Roos N, Brownell M, Walld R, Manivong P. The Manitoba 10 year birth cohort - studying long term outcomes using linked databases (Poster presentation at the CIHR Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health Scientific Forum, Winnipeg, MB, May 19, 2009)
36.Roos LL. From health research to social research-work in an information-rich environment (Presented at the Health Over the Life Course Conference, University of Western Ontario Research Data Centre and Aging and Health Research Centre, October 16, 2009)
37.Roos LL. The Manitoba 10 year birth cohort: Studying long term outcomes using linked databases (Presented at The Early Development Imperative: A Pan-Canadian Conference on Population Level Measurement of Children's Development, Winnipeg MB, November 17, 2009)
38.Roos LL. Speaker, research and policy roundtable (Health Over the Life Course Conference, Ontario Reserach Data Centre and Aging and Health Research Centre, London ON, October 16, 2009)
39.Sandham D. Vision of the Faculty of Medicine (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)
40.Soltys P. Evidence to action project (Presented at the 16th Annual Rural & Northern Healthcare Day, Winnipeg MB, October 27, 2009)

2008


1.Biscontri R. Use of antipsychotic agents in the elderly population of Manitoba (Centre on Aging Research Seminar Series 2008-2009, November 19, 2008)
2.Brownell M, De Coster C, Penfold R, Derksen S, Au W, Schultz J, Dahl M, Alagar L. Child health atlas update (Briefing to Manitoba Health & Healthy Living, Winnipeg, MB, August 5, 2008)
3.Brownell M, Roos N, Briggs G. Improving our understanding of teen motherhood in Manitoba: Implications for policy and program development (Adolescent Parenting Centre, 136 Cecil Avenue, Winnipeg MB, June 23, 2008)
4.Brownell M, De Coster C, Penfold R, Derksen S, Au W, Schultz J, Dahl M, Alagar L. Child health atlas update (Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Advisory Board Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 18, 2008)
5.Brownell M, De Coster C, Penfold R, Derksen S, Au W, Schultz J, Dahl M, Alagar L. Child health atlas update (Manitoba Health & Healthy Living - MCHP Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, May 15, 2008). 2008.
6.Brownell M. Equal opportunity for all? High school completion rates for high-risk youths (Presented at the Statistics Canada Socio-Economic Conference, Ottawa, ON, May 6, 2008)
7.Brownell M. Child health atlas update (The Need to Know Team Workshop #21, Winnipeg MB, February 4, 2008)
8.Currie J, Stabile M, Manivong P, Roos LL. Understanding the relationship between child health and long-term socioeconomic status (Presented at seminars at Peking National University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Peking and Hong Kong, China, June 2008)
9.Currie J, Stabile M, Manivong P, Roos LL. Child health and young adult outcomes (Presented at Brown University, Providence, RI; the Wharton School, the NBER Labor Studies group, Cambridge, MA; Peking National University, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, University Paris 1-Sorbonne, and the University of Zurich)
10.Deber R, Lam KCK, Forget E, Walld R, Finlayson G, Roos LL. Spending beyond your means: Implications of the distribution of health expenditures (Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, "Bridging Silos" Gatineau, QC, May 2008)
11.Jutte D, Brownell M, Roos NP, Schippers C, Boyce WT, Syme SL. Interventions to address child health disparities: Using epidemiology and biology to identify risks and opportunities (Presented at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, November 25, 2008)
12.Katz A. Direct to consumer advertising (Cafe Scientifique, Candadian Institutes of Health Research, Vancouver BC, March 2008)
13.Katz A. Primary care reform in Manitoba: Are we getting it right? (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, January 11, 2008)
14.Kozyrskyj A, Brownell M, Burnside L, Roos N. Data linkage, privacy approaches and a brief example: Relating child protection and hospital admissions data from Manitoba, Canada (Presented to the Department of Human Services, State of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, October 10, 2008)
15.Kozyrskyj A, Brownell M, Burnside L, Roos N. The health status of children before and after entry into foster care. You & me.injury free ("Building an Injury Prevention Community Conference" Canad Inns Polo Park, Winnipeg MB, June 2, 2008)
16.Kozyrskyj A. Building a career on Manitoba's health care databases, 1994-2008 (Community Health Sciences Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, May 30, 2008)
17.Lam KCK, Roos LL, Forget E, Walld R, Finlayson G, Deber R. Who are the high spenders? (Presented at Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, "Bridging Silos" Gatineau, QC, May 2008)
18.Lix L, Bowman C, Leslie W, Azimaee M, Hux J, Gumel A, Yogendran M. A comparison of methods for estimating chronic disease incidence from linked administrative health data (Paper presented at the International Health Policy Statistics Conference, Philadelphia, PA, January 2008)
19.Martens PJ. First do no harm: Evaluating mental health 'action' plans and policies with population-based data (Plenary panel speech for the World Psychiatric Association Meetings (Section of Epidemiology and Public Health) Saskatoon, SK, May 12, 2008)
20.Martens P, Fransoo R, Erickson T, Dick S, Malazdrewicz D, Bowen S, Burland E, Soltys P. What do you need to know about The Need to Know Team? Different lenses, different perspectives on a research collaboration since 2001 (Community Health Sciences Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, April 25, 2008)
21.Martens PJ. Seeing the big picture: Breastfeeding as part of a primary health care strategy: A paradigm shift: New ways of looking at 'public health' (Visiting scholar for the Saskatchewan training program of SPHERU, Regina SK, March 14, 2008)
22.Martens PJ. A building block for population-based research and KT: The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and The Need to Know Team (Visiting scholar for the Saskatchewan training program of SPHERU, Regina SK, March 14, 2008)
23.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. MCHP: Who we are and what we do (A workshop with Manitoba's medical officers of health and MCHP, Winnipeg MB, March 13, 2008)
24.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. What works? A first look at evaluating Manitoba's regional health programs and policies at the population level (Workshop with Manitoba's Medical Officers of Health and MCHP, Winnipeg MB, March 13, 2008)
25.Martens PJ. Dinner and Dialogue with Dr. Vicki Scott (Co-organizer and co-host with Manitoba Health, Dawn Ridd, "Falls Prevention Research, Winnipeg MB, February 28, 2008)
26.Martens PJ. Invited guest and group discussion leader (PHAC Canadian Collaborative Regional/Local Area Risk Factor Surveillance Think Tank Forum, Ottawa ON, February 25, 2008)
27.Martens PJ. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Briefing and update (Presented to Health Child Cabinet of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, January 21, 2008)
28.Murray RP, Ekuma O, Bond R, Burchill C, Barnes GE. Alcohol pattern and cardiovascular disease: A prospective study of four definitions of pattern (Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Kettil Bruun Society for Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Victoria, BC, June 2-6, 2008)
29.Roos NP, Brownell M, Jutte D. Insights in early childhood/schooling policy issues from record linkage - A Canadian perspective (Presented to the Performance Information Management Group of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG), Adelaide, South Australia, October 22, 2008
30.Roos N. What data linkage adds to understanding the determinants of child wellbeing (Keynote speaker "More Than the Sum of its Parts" Second National Symposium on Data Linkage Research, Adelaide, South Australia, October 21, 2008)
31.Roos L. From health research to social research: Privacy, methods, approaches (Presented at "More Than the Sum of its Parts" Second National Symposium on Data Linkage Research, Adelaide, South Australia, October 21, 2008)
32.Roos N. Data linkage research for early childhood policy development - a Canadian perspective (Keynote speaker at "More Than the Sum of its Parts" Second National Symposium on Data Linkage Research, Adelaide, South Australia, October 20, 2008)
33.Roos L. Making a complex repository work: Nuts and bolts (Presented at "More Than the Sum of its Parts" Second National Symposium on Data Linkage Research, Adelaide, South Australia, October 20, 2008)
34.Roos N, Brownell M, Jutte D. What data linkage adds to understanding child health issues (Presentation: Second National Symposium on Data Linkage Research, Adelaide, Australia, October 20-21, 2008)
35.Roos NP. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. How we operate, what we do (Presented to the Department of Human Services, State of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, October 8, 2008)
36.Roos LL. From health research to social research: Privacy, methods, approaches (Presented at 1)The School of Population Health, University of Melbourne, October 8; and 2)The Department of Human Services, State of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, October 9 2008)
37.Roos LL. Demonstration of the research resources at the Department of Human Services, State of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, October 2008
38.Roos LL. Internet-based research and teaching resources at the Manitoba Centre - a demonstration (Presented at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Sidney, New South Wales, Australia, September 30, 2008)
39.Roos N, Brownell M, Jutte D. Investing in at-risk kids: The path to increased productivity and decreased social costs (Presentation: Cairns South Communities for Children, Mission, Australia, September 2, 2008)
40.Roos N, Brownell M, Fransoo R. Building on the evidence: Investing in at-risk kids: The path to increased productivity and decreased social costs (Workshop at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Winnipeg MB, June 4, 2008)
41.Roos N, Brownell M, Fransoo R. At-risk kids (Presented at the National Crime Prevention Meeting, Marlborough Hotel, Winnipeg, MB, April 28, 2008)
42.Roos N, Brownell M, Fransoo R. Educational needs of at-risk kids (Education in low-income communities research forum. Hosted by Council of School Leaders (COSL) of the Manitoba Teachers' Society and Manitoba Education Research Network (MERN), Winnipeg MB, April 25, 2008)
43.Roos N. One tier or two tier: That is the question (Canadian Association of Pharmacy Students and Interns (CAPSI) meeting, Winnipeg MB, March 3, 2008)
44.Roos N. Canada's strength: Population health databases (Subcommittee on population health of the Senate Committee on social affairs, science and technology, Ottawa ON, February 13, 2008) [Abstract]
45.Roos NP, Brownell M, Fransoo R. Investing in at-risk kids: The path to increased productivity and decreased social costs (Presented to: 1) Manitoba Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Deputy Minister, Norwood Hotel, Winnipeg, MB, January 31, 2008. 2) Healthy Child Committee of Cabinet Deputy Ministerial's Committee Meeting, Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg MB, January 21, 2008. 3) Coalition of Community-based Child Serving Agencies, Broadway Neighbourhood Centre, Winnipeg MB, June 5, 2008)
46.Roos NP. Post market drug safety and effectiveness (Workshop hosted by the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH), Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF), Canadian Institute Health Research (CIHR/IHSPR, Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI), and the Health Canada/National Pharmaceutical Strategy, Ottawa, ON, May 22-23, 2008)
47.Skowronski DM, Hiebert B, Hottes TS, Roos LL, Van Caeseele De Serres, G. Selection bias in the measure of vaccine protection against serious but non-specific influenza outcomes in seniors: Examination through linked Manitoba databases (Presented at: Canadian Immunization Conference, Toronto, ON, November 30 - December 3, 2008)
48.Smith M, Roos LL. Managing complexity: Directions for the future (Presented at the Inaugural Meeting of the International Health Data Linkage Consortium, London, UK, December 4, 2008)
49.Targownik LE, Lix LM, Leung S, Leslie WD. The use of proton pump inhibitors is not associated with accelerated bone mineral loss (to be presented at AGA Institute). Submitted Abstract.

2007


1.Briggs G, Brownell M, Roos NP. To target or not to target: The case of teenage mothers (Presented at the 2007 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA, March 31, 2007)
2.Brownell M. Child health atlas update (MCHP Researcher Forum, Winnipeg MB, December 12, 2007)
3.Brownell M, Santos R. Evaluation of the BabyFirst program: Using administrative and program data for program evaluation (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre Fall Institute, Winnipeg, MB, November 17, 2007)
4.Brownell M. An evaluation of the BabyFirst program (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
5.Brownell M. The Manitoba BabyFirst program (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007)
6.Brownell M. Is the class half empty? Using administrative data to gain a population-based perspective on socioeconomic status and educational outcomes (Presented at the Institute for Health and Social Policy, McGill University, Montreal QC, April 3, 2007)
7.Burchill C. Epi information software (Presented at the Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 15, Winnipeg, MB, January 2006)
8.Burland E. Planning, administering and monitoring patient safety in Manitoba (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, December 7, 2007)
9.Chateau D. Composite indices of health and healthcare use (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007)
10.De Coster C. Assessing surgical wait times using administrative data (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
11.De Coster C. Using medians with confidence (Presented at the University of Manitoba, '2001: A Stats Odyssey' as organized by the Statistical Association of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 16, 2001)
12.De Coster C. Assessing surgical wait times (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007)
13.Deber RB, Lubbad N, Aggarwall M, Jaakkimainen L, Katz A, Lam KCK, Roos LL, Williams AP, Vayda E. How realistic are expectations for the impact of primary health care renewal? (Presented at Primary Health Care 1: Assessing Performance and Expectations, Winnipeg MB, June 13, 2007)
14.Doupe M. Assessing frequent users of ER sites (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
15.Doupe M. Developing quality indicators for comparison in personal care homes (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
16.Doupe M. Emergency room and urgent care utilization (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007) [Abstract]
17.Doupe M. An initial analyses of emergency room and urgent care utilization in Winnipeg (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, June 15, 2007)
18.Finlayson G. Needs-based funding (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007)
19.Fransoo R. How health status at birth and through childhood affects progress and performance in school: A population-based study (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2007)
20.Guevremont A, Brownell M, Roos NP. Children's ADHD and the timing of maternal depression (Poster presentation at the Society for Research and Child Development Biennial Meeting, Boston, MA, March 30, 2007)
21.Katz A, Botting I. Evaluating health links info sant for people with heart failure (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
22.Katz A. Cancer and chronic disease prevention in primary care (Presented at 'Making Connections' A Canadian cancer research conference celebrating NCIC's 60th anniversary, Toronto, ON, November 2007)
23.Katz A. The role of Canadian physicians in screening and treatment of substance misuse problems (Presented to the North American Primary Care Research Group, Vancouver, BC, October 2007)
24.Katz A. 2006 Canadian family physician cancer and chronic disease prevention survey: Primary prevention of chronic disease (Poster presentation to the North American Primary Care Research Group, Vancouver, BC, October 2007)
25.Katz A. Planning for the future: How many family docs will we need? (Presented at Family Medicine Forum 2007, Winnipeg, MB, October 2007)
26.Katz A. Cancer and chronic disease prevention: Where to from here? (Presented at Family Medicine Forum, Winnipeg, MB, October 2007)
27.Kozyrskyj A. Using the prescription database to measure inhaled corticosteroid use in children with asthma (Presented at the University of Manitoba, '2001: A Stats Odyssey' as organized by the Statistical Association of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 16, 2001)
28.Kozyrskyj A. Socioeconomic status and use of inhaled corticosteroids in children with asthma (Presented at a Research Seminar, Department of Immunology, Universitty of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 2001)
29.Kozyrskyj AL. Data linkage in Manitoba: Some examples ("Data Linkage--Local, National and International Perspectives Workshop" Institute for Child Health Research, Perth, AU, October 2007)
30.Kozyrskyj AL. Using health care administrative data to study the origins of childhood asthma (Seminar, Institute for Child Health Research, Perth AU, October 2007)
31.Kozyrskyj AL. Using health care administrative data to study the origins of childhood asthma (Life Science Seminar, Curtin University, Perth AU, September 2007)
32.Kozyrskyj AL. The health status of children going into foster care: What can data linkage studies tell us? (Scientific Forum, Institute for Child Health Research, Perth, Australia, October 2007)
33.Lix L. Statistical solutions for problems in health research: The benefits of collaboration (Presented at 'This Lunch Hour has 33 Minutes' University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, February 22, 2007)
34.Lix L, Roos L, Martens P, Katz A. Web-based tools to facilitate the use of administrative data in population-based research (Presented at the international conference "Exploring Existing Data for Health Research" hosted by the Social Dimensions of Health Institute, Universities of St. Andrews and Dundee, St. Andrews, Scotland, September 2007)
35.Martens PJ. Towards an integrated data system: Harnessing administrative data. Using the 'best practices' repository housed at MCHP: Learning from the past, planning for the future (Presented at the Human Resources and Social Development Canada "Seminar on Data Development and Modelling, Ottawa ON, December 12, 2007)
36.Martens PJ. What works? A first look at evaluating Manitoba's regional health programs and policies at the population level (Briefing to the Minister of Health and the Minister of Healthy Living, Winnipeg MB, December 4, 2007)
37.Martens PJ. Organizer and co-chair (PHAC Developing a model and indicators for needs-based planning for public health services "The First Steps" Winnipeg MB, December 7-8, 2007)
38.Martens PJ. The Need to Know Team--how it works and what we can learn from it (PCO-NET CIHR/CancerCare Team Workshop, Winnipeg MB, November 8, 2007)
39.Martens P. What works (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Workshop, Winnipeg MB, May 28, 2007)
40.Martens P, Barre L. Overview of MCHP, research priorities; relationship with Manitoba Health (Presented at Manitoba Centre for Health Policy site visit, Winnipeg MB, June 27 & 28, 2007)
41.Martens PJ. MCHP: Who we are and what we do (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
42.Martens PJ. What works (Presented at the Fourth Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop Day 'Building on our Successes to Optimize MCHP/WRHA Collaborations' A Collaborative Workshop between Decision-makers and Researchers, Winnipeg MB, January 24, 2007)
43.Martens PJ. How can administrative claims data provide insight into 'what works' at the population-level? Looking at a methodology for exploring the impact of policies and programs (Presented at the CHS Colloquium Series, Winnipeg MB, February 23, 2007)
44.Martens P. Welcome to MCHPE and the "Need to Know" Project (Presented at Harkness Canadian Policy Briefing Tour, Winnipeg, MB, May 1, 2007)
45.Metge C. Prescription drug use (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2000)
46.Roos N. Influencing health policy (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre Fall Institute, Winnipeg, MB, November 17, 2007)
47.Roos LL. From health research to social research: Privacy, methods, approaches (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre Fall Institute, Winnipeg, MB, November 17, 2007)
48.Roos N. Drug safety and effectiveness in the post marketing period: Setting up a research network (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, November 16, 2007)
49.Roos LL. Integration of datasets; Their uses in health care and pharmaco-surveillance (Presented at the Harkness Canadian Policy Briefing Tour, Winnipeg MB, May 1, 2007)
50.Roos NP. Hospital systems research - a long term partnership between researchers, policy makers and clinicians in Manitoba (Presented at the HARC Research Seminar, The Sax Institute, Sydney, AU, January 23, 2007)
51.Roos NP. Socioeconomic status and children's well-being: What are the implications for policy? (Presented at NATSEM Seminar Series, National Centre for Social and Economic Modeling, University of Canberra, Canberra, AU, January 22, 2007)
52.Roos NP. Leading partnerships for policy and practice focused research and the impacts of emerging social policy research linking education, social services and health data. (Presented at the Open seminar - A Sax Institute event, The Darlingford Centre, Sydney, AU, January 23, 2007)
53.Shapiro E. What then - what now? (Presented at the Manitoba Health-Canada Health (MB Region) event, Winnipeg MB, January 25, 2007)
54.Shapiro E. What do we want home care to be? (Presented at the Public Policy forum in response to panelists, Ottawa ON, February 5, 2007)
55.Shapiro E. Home care - the national scene (Presented at the Harkness Canadian Policy Briefing Tour, Winnipeg MB, May 1, 2007)
56.Shapiro E. Long term care (Presented at the Canadian Federation of Nurses Union 13th Annual Biennial Convention, St. John's NFLD, June, 2007)
57.Uhanova J, Roos LL. The impact of socioeconomic status on clinical features and outcomes of acute myocardial infarction (Poster presentation at the Institute of Cardiovascular Science and Medicine 5th Scientific Meeting, Wanchai, Hong Kong, December 1, 2001)

2006


1.Bowen S, Erickson T. From evidence to action research project (Presented at 'The Need to Know' Team Workshop No. 17, Winnipeg, MB, October 23, 2006)
2.Bowen S. From evidence to action project over-view (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for health Policy 13th annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 24, 2006)
3.Brownell M. Changes in physician-diagnosed ADHD and use of psychostimulants in Manitoba children: What happened between 1996/97 and 2003/04? (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, December 15, 2006)
4.Brownell M. Policy panel on educational outcomes in Manitoba (Presented at the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) panel discussion, Winnipeg MB, December 6, 2006)
5.Brownell M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Roos LL, Guevremont A, MacWilliam L, Yallop L, Levin B. Is the class half Empty? A population-based perspective on socioeconomic status and educational outcomes (Presented at the Institute for Research on Public Policy Panel Discussion, 'Educational Outcomes in Manitoba' Winnipeg MB, December 6, 2006)
6.Carleton B, Smith A, Kozyrskyj A, Brownell M, Zhang T. Paediatric drugs: Use of multi-jurisdictional prescription drug data (Presented at the Third Canadian Therapeutics Congress, Toronto, ON, May 10-13, 2006) [Abstract]
7.Carleton B, Smith A, Kozyrskyj A, Brownell M, Zhang T. Paediatric drugs: Use of multi-jurisdictional prescription drug data (Presented at the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, 'Towards a National Pharmaceutical Strategy' conference, Vancouver, BC, February 9-10, 2006) [Abstract]
8.Chooniedass R, McKillop A, Lilley-Chan T, Huq S, Liem JJ, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Control of asthma and written asthma action plans. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:S78. Abstract.
9.De Coster C. Surgical waiting times, an administrative data approach (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, November 3, 2006)
10.De Coster C. Taming of the Queu III. (Presented at an Invitational Colloquium to discuss waiting times, Ottawa, ON, March 30-31, 2006)
11.Deering K. A robust two-group step-down test for multiple outcomes (Presented at the annual meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, London, ON, May 2006)
12.Doupe M. Assessing quality indicators in personal care homes (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006)
13.Doupe M. PCH quality of care indicators report (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 13th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 24, 2006)
14.Doupe M. A potpourri of PCH (personal care home) research (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, March 3, 2006)
15.Douville RN, Li Y, Basien N, Becker AB, Kozyrskyj AL, HayGlass KT. Asthmatic children display increased Th1 biased immunity to Human Metapneumovirus. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:S104. Abstract.
16.Erickson T, Bowen S. "Evidence to Action update" preliminary results (Presented at the Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 15, Winnipeg, MB, January 2006)
17.Finlayson G. Population and needs based funding strategies (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006)
18.Fransoo R. Feature Presentation: Sex differences in health status, health care use and quality of care (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006) [Abstract]
19.Fransoo R. The RHA indicators atlas - update (Presented at 'The Need to Know' Team Workshop No. 17, Winnipeg, MB, October 23, 2006)
20.Jaafer SH, Salleh N. Primary health care in Malaysia - are we in the right direction? (Presented at MCHP, Visiting Speaker, Winnipeg, MB, September 15, 2006
21.Katz A. Healthlines: From chronic disease management to colorectal cancer screening (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, May 12, 2006)
22.Katz A. Dynamic physician projection models (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006)
23.Kozyrskyj A, MacNeil B, Yallop L. An interdisciplinary approach to studying the effects of postpartum depression on children: From cell to society (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Winnipeg MB, November 24, 2006)
24.Kozyrskyj AL, McGrath P, MacNeil B, Mai XM, Becker AB, HayGlass KT. Early life exposure to maternal stress is associated with asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:S87. Abstract.
25.Kozyrskyj A. High cost users of pharmaceuticals: Who are they? (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 2006)
26.Lewis S. Connecting the disconnect between knowledge and policy (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006) [Abstract]
27.Lewis S. Keynote address. No data, no answers: Why RHAs should lead the health information revolution (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 13th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 24, 2006)
28.Liem JJ, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Maternal asthma and the risk of prematurity. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:S86. Abstract.
29.Lix L. Agreement between administrative and survey data for identifying chronic disease cases: A population based analysis (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium and Grand Rounds, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Septemeber 29, 2006)
30.Lix L, Deering K. A robust two-group step-down test for multiple ooutcomes (Presented at the annual meeting of the Statistical Scoiety of Canada, London, ON, May 2006)
31.Lix L, Llyod A. A comparison of methods for the analysis of double multivariate data (Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, May 2006)
32.Lloyd A. A comparison of methods for the analysis of doubly multivariate data (Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2006)
33.Martens P. Revealing the secrets of MCHP - do you REALLY know who we are and what we do? (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Third Annual Workshop Day, 'Working Together to Inform Policy' Winnipeg, MB, April 21, 2006) [Abstract]
34.Martens P, Fransoo R. What Works' Deliverable (Presented at 'The Need to Know' Team Workshop No. 17, Winnipeg, MB, October 23, 2006
35.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: The Need To Know Team in Manitoba. (Presented at Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada Board of directors meeting, Invited guest speaker, Ottawa, ON, April 8, 2006)
36.Martens PJ. Geographical, sex and income disparity in hip fracture injuries - a Manitoba population-based study (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association. 'What Determines the Public's Health?' Vancouver, BC, May 28-31, 2006) [Abstract]
37.Martens PJ. Safe Kids Canada. 'A Productive Conversation' (Presented at CIHR IHSPR, CHSRF, Health Charities Coalition of Canada, Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, NSHRF, Invited panel member, Ottawa, ON, April 26-27, 2006)
38.Martens PJ. Lessons learned in the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Taking our driver's test on the road to knowledge translation (Presented at University of Manitoba's Board of Governors, Invited guest lecture, Winnipeg, MB, April 25, 2006) [Abstract]
39.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: CIHR's The Need To Know Team in Manitoba. (Presented at the Public Health Agency of Canada, Invited colloquium speaker for cross-Canada lecture, Ottawa, ON, March 28, 2006)
40.Martens PJ. MCHP: Who are we and what we do. (Presented at The Carleton Club of Manitoba, Manitoba Legislative Building, Invited breakfast speaker, Winnipeg, MB, March 3, 2006
41.Martens PJ. Using the repository housed at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Learning from the past, planning for the future. (Presented at Statistics Canada/SSHRC Conference: Longitudinal Social Surveys in an International Perspective, Invited guest speaker, Montreal, QC, January 25-27th, 2006)
42.Martens PJ. Top fives (bottom fives) - how to build (or not!) (Presented at the VP Research Office Workshop for Academic Administrators, Winnipeg MB, November 2, 2006)
43.Martens PJ. The state of First Nations Health: What can population databases show us? (Presented at the Boritinal Health & Health Care Course, Winnipeg MB, October 31, 2006)
44.Martens PJ. The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Who are we and what we do (Presented at 1) The Chief Medical Examiner's Office, Winnipeg MB, November 1, 2006; 2) WRTC Health Services Research Course, Winnipeg MB, October 30, 2006; 3) RHA Privacy Officers of Manitoba, October 26, 2006)
45.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, Burland E, Prior H, The Need to Know Team, Burchill C, Dacombe J. Why do diabetes indicators show geographical variation by sex - is it a data problem? (Presented at the CRHRS Rural & Remote Health Conference 'Taking Action Together' Prince George BC, October 19-21, 2006)
46.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, Burland E, Prior H, The Need to Know Team, Burchill C, Dacombe J. How can administrative claims data provide insight into 'what works' in policies and programs at the population level? A Manitoba example. (Presented at the CRHRS Rural & Remote Health Conference 'Taking Action Together' Prince George BC, October 19-21, 2006)
47.Martens PJ. Overview of a research program.So what DO I do for a living? (Presented at the Brown Bag CHS Colloquium Series, Winnipeg MB, October 11, 2006)
48.Martens PJ. What counts? MCHP researchers and policy-makers interacting to produce population-based evidence (Presented at the WRHA Food for Thought series, Winnipeg MB, October 6, 2006)
49.Martens PJ. Getting the question 'right': MCHP's and The Need To Know as examples (Presented at the Youth Research Group, Dalhousie and District Decision-makers meeting - Drs. Noni MacDonald and Brian Hennen, Halifax NS, September 25, 2006)
50.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: CIHR's The Need to Know Team (Presented at the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada - RPPAC and HPPAC joint meeting, Ottawa ON, September 22, 2006)
51.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burland E, Prior H, Burchill C. What sex differences exist in the quality of physician care, and dioes this vary geographically? A Manitoba population-based study (Presented at the 2006 Annual CAHSPR Conference, Vancouver BC, September 19-20, 2006)
52.Martens P, Fransoo R. Planning for "What works" deliverable (Presented at The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 15, Winnipeg, MB, January 2006)
53.Oreopoulos P, Stabile M, Walld R, Roos LL. Short, medium, and long term consequences of poor infant health: An analysis using siblings and twins (Presented at the 1) Department of Economics, Brock University, St. Catherines, ON, March 2006; 2) Department of Economics, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON, March 2006; 3)RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA, May 2006)
54.Raymond C, Morgan S, Caetano P, Kozyrskyj AL, Katz A. Statin prescribing in British Columbia. Towards a national pharmaceuticals strategy (Presented at the CHSPR Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, February, 2006)
55.Roos LL, Soodeen RA, Bond R, Burchill C. Working more productively: Tools for administrative data (Presented at 1)CIHR's IPPA-IHSPR Summer Institute, Winnipeg MB, June 19-21, 2006; 2)New Investigators' Network Meeting, Winnipeg MB, June 20-21, 2006; 3)'A New Public Strategy for Children in Care' Manitoba/Australia Collaboration Workshop, Winnipeg MB, June 26-27, 2006)
56.Roos LL, Brownell M, Lix L, Roos NP, Forget E, Walld R, MacWilliam L. From health research to social research (Presented at CIHR's IPPA-IHSPR Summer Institute, Winnipeg MB, June 19-21, 2006)
57.Roos LL. From health research to social research (Presented at the symposium on Administrative Data Bases in Population Health, McGill University, Montreal PQ, November 29, 2006)
58.Roos NP. The resilience gradient implications for program design (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, January 13, 2006)
59.Roos NP. SES gradients in outcomes and resilience: Implications for program design (Presented to the Department of Community Health and Human Development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA, February 9, 2006) [Abstract]
60.Roos NP. Keynote Speaker, Moving research to policy: Implications of evidence re: Children's health and well-being (Presented at Research Day HPME, Toronto ON, May, 2006.
61.Roos NP. Panel member, Healthcare 2015: Win-win or lose-lose? A portrait and a path to successful transformation in the coming decade (Presented at the Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg MB, November 15, 2006)
62.Roos NP. Invitee to the consultation on Health Canada's 'Blueprint for Renewal: Transforming Canada's Approach to Regulating Health Products and Food' (Presented in Winnipeg MB, November, 2006)
63.Rosella LC, Manuel D, Burchill C, Stukel T, Roos LL. A population-based risk algorithm for the development of physician-diagnosed diabetes (Poster presentation at Congress of Epidemiology 2006, Seattle, WA, June 21-24, 2006)
64.Shapiro E. Issues in end of life care at home for older elders (Presented at the St. Boniface General Hospital Grand Rounds, Winnipeg, MB, March 23, 2006) [Abstract]
65.Slaughter PM, Laupacis A, Collins PK, Martens P, Roos NP, Weisbaum K, Hirtle M. Harmonizing Research & Privacy: Standards for a Collaborative Future. Creating consensus for a Privacy Voluntary Standard for HSPR (Phase III) workshop held in Winnipeg MB, January 2006
66.Su R, Becker AB, Kozyrskyj AL, HayGlass KT. Epigenetic maintenance of immunological responses in asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2006;117:S253. Abstract.

2005


1.Afifi TO, Enns MW, Cox BJ, Martens PJ. Investigating health correlates of adolescent depression in Canada (Presented at the Canadian Academy of Psychiatric Epidemiology (CAPE), Vancouver, BC, November 3, 2005)
2.Becker AB, Kozyrskyj AL, HayGlass KT. Histone deacetylation: Does it play a role in recall immunological responses in asthma/allergic disease? Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:115. Abstract.
3.Bowen S, Martens PJ. Site visits & evaluation (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 12, Winnipeg MB, January 31, 2005)
4.Bowen S, Erickson T. Evidence to action (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 14, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
5.Bowen S. Evidence to Action (Part I and Part II) (Presented at The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
6.Brownell M, Kozyrskyj A, Roos NP. A new public health strategy for children in care: Developing a Canadian/Australian collaboration. (Presented at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Perth, Western Australia, March 7, 2005)
7.Brownell M. How the MCHP repository has been used to study childhood mental disorders. (Presented to the Lieutenant Governor's Advisory Council on disorders of Childhood Development, Winnipeg, MB, January 18, 2005)
8.Brownell M, Roos NP, Guevremont A, Derksen S, Fransoo R, MacWilliam L, Schippers C. Young motherhood as a contributor to health and social disparities in children (Presented at the Canadian Population-Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 21, 2005)
9.Brownell M, Yogendran M. Diagnosis and psychostimulant treatment of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in Manitoba children: Changes over time (Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Atlanta, GA, April 8, 2005)
10.Brownell M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Guevremont A. Invited Presentation: How do educational outcomes vary by socioeconomic status (Presented at the 2005 National Child Day Forum, Winnipeg, MB, November 17-18, 2005)
11.Bruce S. Patient safety report (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 12th Annual Rural Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
12.Bruce S. Review of patient safety deliverable (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Second Annual Workshop Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 2005)
13.Burchill C. ArcGIS workshop (Workshop held for the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy staff, March 8-9, 2005)
14.Burchill C, MacGregor J. Mapping workshop 201 (Presented at The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
15.Burland E, Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burchill C, Prior H, Ekuma O. Is access to mental health services dependent upon where people live--rural/urban, or higher/lower income neighbourhoods? (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 19-22, 2005)
16.Burland E, Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burchill C, Prior H. The social gradient in vasectomy/tubal ligation (sterilization) rates in Manitoba 2003/04 (Poster presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 19-22, 2005)
17.Burland E, Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burchill C, Prior H. The social gradient in infertility treatment prevalence and sterilization procedures in Manitoba, 2002/03 - 2003/04 (Presented at the Sixth Conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society and the First Conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health: 'Bridging the Distance' Quebec City, QC, October 27-29th, 2005)
18.Carleton B, Smith A, Kozyrskyj A, Brownell M. Paediatric medication use: Effectiveness, safety, cost-management (Presented at the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, Child and Youth Health Research Network Workshop, Victoria BC, October 13-14, 2005)
19.De Coster C. An overview of MCHP, the data repository, concept dictionary; and deliverables (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Second Annual Workshop Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 2005)
20.De Coster C. Invited Participant: Canadian Institute for Health Information Wait Times Measurement Symposium (Presented in Toronto, ON, October 5, 2005)
21.De Coster C. Administrative Data in Health Research (Presented at the International Symposium and Workshop, Calgary and Banff, AB, June 17-19, 2005)
22.De Coster C. Taming of the Queu II (Presnted at the Invitational Colloquium to discuss waiting times, Ottawa, ON, March 31 - April 1, 2005)
23.De Coster C. Administrative Database Research Workshop (Presented at the Alliance for Canadian Health Outcomes Research in Diabetes (ACHORD) Retreat, Banff, AB, March 4, 2005) [Abstract]
24.De Coster C. Validity of administrative data for assessing waiting times for surgery (Presented at the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal QC, September 17, 2005)
25.Doupe M. PCH quality of care indicators report (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 12th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
26.Doupe M. Introduction to the day (Organizer and chair, Third annual MCHP/WRHA workshop, 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg MB, December 2005)
27.Doupe M. Determining quality care in personal care homes (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP?WRHA Workshop, 'Strenghtening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg, MB, December 2005)
28.Doupe M. Using administrative data to develop indicators for quality care in personal care homes (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 15, 2005)
29.Doupe M, Kvern B, Katz A, Metge C, Leslie WD, Morrison L, Nelson M, Manness LJ, Yuen CK. Primary care physician driven osteoporosis management: Testing a grass roots approach to improve the delivery of clinical care (Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Continiung Health Education (CACHE), Calgary, AB, September, 2005)
30.Doupe M. PCH quality indicators deliverable (Presented at 1) MCHP/Manitoba Health Day, Winnipeg, MB February 2005; 2)The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
31.Douville R, Li Y, Bastien N, Becker AB, Kozyrskyj AL, HayGlass KT. Memory cytokine responses to respiratory viruses in healthy and asthmatic children. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:103. Abstract.
32.Finlayson G. Discussion of mortality of white Americans, African Americans, and Canadians (Kunitz, 2005). (Presented at the Health Economics 'Brown Bag,' University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, April 20, 2005)
33.Finlayson G. Needs -based funding methodology deliverable (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Reginal Health Authorities, and the Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 14, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
34.Finlayson G. Primary prevention: An examination of data capabilities (Presented at 1) Briefing for Manitoba Health staff; November 19, 2004; 2) Briefing for the Minister of Health, Manitoba Government; January 24, 2005)
35.Fransoo R, Martens PJ, Burland E, The Need to Know Team, Ekuma O, Prior H, Burchill C. How often, and for what reasons, do people with mental illness use health care services? A population-based view. (Poster presentation at the Joint meeting of SER and the CSEB, 'Epidemiology without Borders' Toronto, ON, June 27-30, 2005)
36.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Looking at the Manitoba Mental Illness report from the perspective of women's mental health (Presented at the Kirby Commission Cross-Canada Consultations: A panel on women and mental health issues, Winnipeg, MB, June 1, 2005)
37.Fransoo R. Sex/gender differences in health status, health care use, and quality of care (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, September 30, 2005)
38.Fransoo R, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Building Knowledge Transfer for 'Real World' effectiveness: Lessons from Manitoba's The Need To Know Team (Presented at The Canadian Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Montreal, PQ, September 17, 2005)
39.Fransoo R. An introduction of the report: 'Sex differences in health, health care use, and quality of care' (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 12th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
40.Fransoo R. Sex differences deliverable (Presented at the 1) Manitoba Health/MCHP Second Annual Workshop Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 2005; 2) The Need To Know: Collaborative research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 12, Winnipeg, MB, January 2005; 3) The Need to Know Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005.))
41.Fransoo R, Burchill C, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Burland E. Rural/urban differences in interventions after heart attack (oral) (Presented at the Sixth Conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research society and the First conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health: 'Bridging the Distance' Quebec City, Quebec, October 27-29th, 2005)
42.Fransoo R, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Building research capacity for 'real world' effectiveness (Presented at the CAHSPR Conference: 'Canada's Health Priorities: Building & Maintaining Research Capacity' Montreal, QC, September 16-18th, 2005)
43.Fransoo R. The WRHA health indicators and health care use atlas (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop, 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg, MB, December 2005)
44.Fransoo R. How health status at birth and through childhood affects performance in school (PhD Thesis Proposal Presentation, CHS Graduate Program, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 12, 2005)
45.Frohlich K. Social theory and population health (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 22, 2005)
46.Guevremont A, Brownell M, Roos NP. The relationship between retention in grade, teen motherhood and high school withdrawal (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 20, 2005)
47.Hebert S, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB, Wesley Burks A, HayGlass KT. Non-allerhic children demonstrate TH2 responses to peanut. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:106. Abstract.
48.Hinds A, Lix L, DeVerteuil G. Schizophrenia and the city: Intra-urban residential mobility of individuals with severe mental illness(Presented at the joint meeting of the 'Society for Epidemiological Research' and the 'Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics' Toronto, ON, June 2005). Am J Epidemiol 2005;161(S49):0-0. Abstract.
49.Jutte D, Brownell M, Roos NP, Boyce WT, Syme SL. Does SES moderate the association between Apgar scores and subsequent hospitalizations? (Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies meeting, Washington, DC, May 10, 2005)
50.Katz A. Assessing the impact of familial risk for cancer (Presented at Cancer Education for Family Physicians, Winnipeg, January 2005)
51.Katz A. Invited speaker: International urinary tract infection symposium: 'Management of UTI's Primary Care' (Hosted by Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, June 2005)
52.Katz A. Invited lecture: Introducing new drugs into your practice. Therapeutics update (Presented at CME for family physicians, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
53.Katz A. Androgen monitoring study (Presented at the Annual Scientific Assembly of the Manitoba College of Family Physicians, Winnipeg, MB, April 2005)
54.Katz A. Patient safety in acute care hospitals (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop, 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg, MB, December 2005)
55.Katz A. Chronic disease and cancer prevention: An evidence-based approach (Workshop presented at Family Medicine Forum 2005, Vancouver BC, December 2005)
56.Katz A. Errors in clinical practice: A challenge for clinical preceptors (Workshop presented at Family Medicine Forum 2005, Vancouver BC, December 2005)
57.Katz A. Family history and cancer risk in colorectal and breast cancer (Workshop presented at Family Medicine Forum 2005, Vancouver BC, December 2005)
58.Katz A. Invited speaker: Primary Health Care Forum: Primary Care Indicators: Pointing the way of the future or make work project? (Presented at Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Winnipeg MB, November 2005)
59.Katz A. Invited speaker: Ethics, Public Policy and the Pharmaceutical Industry: A public forum presented by the Sheldon Chumir Foundation, Winnipeg, MB, November 2005
60.Katz A. Patient safety indicators (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, December, 2005)
61.Katz A. Invited speaker: The Ethics of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, (Presented at The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Symposium, University Teaching Services, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, September 2005)
62.Kozyrskyj A. Using health care administrative data to study the origins of childhood asthma (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, October 21, 2005)
63.Kozyrskyj A. High cost users of pharmaceuticals: Who are they? (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 6, 2005)
64.Kozyrskyj AL. A research platform for evaluating antibiotic utilization in a population and its impact on health (Presented at the Institute for Infection and Immunity New Investigator Forum 2005, Toronto, ON, April 2005)
65.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Early life exposure to antibiotics for non-respiratory infections is associated with asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2005;115:S173. Abstract.
66.Kozyrskyj AL, Liem JJ, Becker AB. Asthma phenotype and early life exposure: Differences between First Nations and non First Nations children. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:108. Abstract.
67.Kozyrskyj AL. Invited speaker: Using health care administrative data to study the origins of childhood asthma (Presented at Division of Respirology rounds, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, December 7, 2005)
68.Kozyrskyj AL, Dahl ME, Soodeen RA. High cost users of pharmaceuticals: Who are they? Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12:e77. Abstract.
69.Kozyrskyj AL, Dahl ME, Soodeen RA. Predictors of transition to high cost use of pharmaceuticals. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12:e78. Abstract.
70.Kozyrskyj AL. Session Chair: Gene-environment interactions in allergy and asthma (Presented at AllerGen First Annual Research Conference: 'Innovation from Cell to Society' Toronto, ON, October 2005)
71.Kozyrskyj AL. Maternal stress in early childhood and the development of asthma: A cohort study of health care database records (Presented at the AllerGen Research Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, September 2005)
72.Kozyrskyj AL. Study of asthma, genes and the environment (SAGE) Research design and epidemiologic studies (Presented at the Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology annual meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 2005)
73.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Identifying childhood asthma from health care database records: Is it valid? Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:108. Abstract.
74.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Identifying childhood asthma from health care database records: Is it valid? Proc American Thoracic Society 2005;2:A604. Abstract.
75.Leslie WD, Prior H, Derksen S, Metge C, O'Neil J, Roos LL. Medical risk factors contribute to the high fracture risk in Canadian Aboriginal Peoples (Presented at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 27th Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, September 2005)
76.Liem JJ, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Gender differences in wheezing of premature children. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:109. Abstract.
77.Liem JJ, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. No gender differences for wheezing syndromes in premature children (Presented at the Am College Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, November, 2005)
78.Liem J, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Wheezing syndromes in premature children. Proc American Thoracic Society 2005;2:A700. Abstract.
79.Lissitsyn Y, Sillaghi A, Becker AB, Jones S, Kozyrskyj AL, HayGlass KT. Differential toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) and TLR2 responsiveness is revealed in allergic vs healthy children using threshold levels of TLR stimulation. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:109. Abstract.
80.Lix L. Estimating chronic disease prevalence from administrative health data. (Presented at the Institute of Industrial Mathematical Sciences Seminar Series, University of Manitoba, March 15, 2005)
81.Lix LM, Fouladi R, Beaumont J. A robust step-down procedure for multi-dimensional health-related quality of life data. Am J Epidemiol 2005;161:S147. Abstract.
82.Lix LM. The analysis of multivariate repeated measures data with structured covariances (Presented at the annual meeting of the Statistical Society of Canada, Saskatoon, SK, June 2005)
83.Lix LM, Fouladi R. A robust step-down procedure for multi-dimensional health-related quality of life data (Presented at the joint meeting of the 'Society for Epidemiological Research' and the 'Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics' Toronto, ON, June 2005)
84.Lix L. Population needs-based funding models (Invited Chair and Orgainzer of the international session at the International Conference on Health Policy Research, Boston MA, October 2005)
85.Magoon J. The health of refugees in Winnipeg (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium, Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research Student Presentations, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 1, 2005)
86.Magoon J. Overview of thesis: Developing rural health indicators of farm pesticides and farm economics (Presented at The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
87.Mai XM, Kozyrskyj AL, McGrath P, MacNeil B, Becker AB, HayGlass KT. Early life exposure to maternal stress is associated with asthma in children (Presented at the AllerGen First Annual Research Conference: 'Innovation from Cell to Society' Toronto, ON, October, 2005)
88.Martens PJ. Quasi-experimental designs revisited - what works? (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 12, Winnipeg MB, February 1, 2005)
89.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: CIHR's The Need To Know Team in Manitoba. (Presented at the CIHR Governing Council Meeting (on the invitation of Dr. Alan Bernstein, President of CIHR). Ottawa, ON, March 23, 2005)
90.Martens PJ, Dacombe Dewar L, Erickson T, Crockett S, Bowen S. Manitoba's The Need To Know Project - project overview, perspectives and an RHA workshop illustration (Presented at the Knowledge Transfer Workshop in Nova Scotia (sponsored by CHSRF) Halifax NS, March 22, 2005)
91.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: Sharing what MCHP has learned through collaboration and CAHR (Presented at the Workplace, Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario -- Research Advisory Council, Toronto ON, March 18, 2005)
92.Martens PJ. CIHR's The Need To Know Team in Manitoba. (Presented at the 'Joint Inter-regional Meeting': Public Health Managers Network and Medical Officers of Health, Winnipeg MB, March 10, 2005)
93.Martens PJ. Evidence-based decision-making.or Lost in Translation? (Presented at the CHRSF Conference on Leveraging Knowledge: 'Tools and Strategies for Action' Montreal, QC, March 3, 2005)
94.Martens PJ. The Need To Know Team - a made in Manitoba model of KT (Invited poster presentation at Knowledge Mobilization for Human Sciences, Banff, AB, September 30-October 4, 2005)
95.Martens PJ. Plenary session - MCHP overview (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPS): A collaborative workshop between decision-makers and researchers' Winnipeg MB, December 6, 2005)
96.Martens PJ. Overview of a research program.So what DO I do for a living? (Brown Bag lunch for CHS Graduate Students, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2005)
97.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. What's the data telling you? Using evidence-based stories for RHA planning and decision-making (Presented at the MCHP site visit to Burntwood RHA, Thompson, MB, November 17, 2005; Churchill RHA, Churchill, MB, November 16, 2005; Interlake RHA, Gimli, MB, November 14, 2005)
98.Martens PJ. The importance of health research in increasing productivity in Canada (Presented to the Federal Standing Committee on Finance - Pre-budget hearings, Winnipeg, MB, October 21, 2005)
99.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: CIHR's The Need To Know Team in Manitoba (Presented at the 2005 CCHSE Provincial Health Conference 'Anatomy of Success: Heart & Soul' Winnipeg, MB, October 19, 2005)
100.Martens PJ. Introduction, Chairman, Closing Remarks (Presented at MCHP's 12th Annual Rural & Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 18, 2005)
101.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. What's the data telling you? Using evidence-based stories for RHA planning and decision-making (Presented at Nor-Man RHA Workshop Day, 'A Closer Look: Mental Illness in the Nor-Man Region' The Pas, MB, October 11, 2005)
102.Martens PJ. Coming full circle: What we've learned along the road about breastfeeding (Presented at Honouring Traditions and Celebrating 10 Years of Success - 5th Annual CPNP conference, Winnipeg, MB, October 5-6, 2005
103.Martens PJ. What works? Evaluating Manitoba's rural and northern regional health programs and policies at the population level (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 14, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
104.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burland E, Prior H, Burchill C. Do northern and rural residents differ in the quality of physician care they receive, compared to urban residents? A Manitoba population-based study (Poster presentation at the Sixth Conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society and the First Conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health 'Bridging the Distance' Quebec City, QC, October 27-29th, 2005)
105.Martens PJ, Health Information and Research Committee AoMC, Jebamani L, Bond R, Burchill C, Derksen S. Diabetes, complications, and access to specialist care among Registered first Nations people of Manitoba: Population-based comparisons (Presented at the Sixth Conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society and the First Conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health: 'Bridging the Distance' Quebec City, QC, October 27-29th, 2005)
106.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burland E, Burchill C, Prior H, Ekuma O. Patterns of use of the health care system by the elderly with mental illness (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 19-22, 2005)
107.Martens PJ. Plenary session - Who are we, what we do, and using evidence-based stories for RHA planning and decision-making (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop, 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg, MB, December 2005)
108.Martens PJ. Mental illness disorder diagnoses and service use in the WRHA (Presented at the Third Annual MCHP/WRHA Workshop, 'Strengthening the Translation of Evidence into Programs/Policies (STEPs): A Collaborative Workshop Between Decision-Makers and Researchers' Winnipeg, MB, December 2005)
109.Martens PJ. North Eastman RHA: Painting a population-based picture on health status, mental health and health care use patterns (Presented at the North Eastman Health Association Annual General Meeting, Lac Du Bonnet, June 21, 2005, and Oakbank, MB, June 23, 2005)
110.Martens PJ. The Need To Know Team: Reshaping the culture of applied health research in Manitoba (Presented at 'Reshaping Culture: Applying Research to Improve Health' SEARCH Conference, Edmonton, AB, June 17, 2005)
111.Martens PJ. MCHP: Who are we and what we do (Presented at WRHA/MCHP Communications Day, Winnipeg, MB, June 16, 2005)
112.Martens PJ. What's the data telling you? Using evidence-based stories for RHA planning and decision making (Presented at Assiniboine RHA Workshop Day Site Visit, Souris, MB, June 15, 2005)
113.Martens PJ. Using The Need To Know Team as a modeling of KT: Lessons learned (Presented at the CIHR Summer Institute on Rural Health Issues, Gros Morne National Park, NFLD/LB, June 6-10, 2005)
114.Martens PJ. 'What is the meaning of quality of care and patient safety for rural and remote areas' What structural approaches can RHA's use? (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 12th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg MB, October 2005)
115.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, Burland E, Burchill C, Prior H, Ekuma O. Patterns of use of the health care system by the elderly with mental illness (Presented at 'Mapping the Future of Public Health: People, Places and Policies' Canadian Public Health Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 19-22, 2005)
116.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. A Manitoba model of KT (Presented at 'Knowledge Mobilization in the Human Sciences 2005' sponsored by the University of Calgary, Athabasca University and SSHRC, Banff, AB, September 30-October 3, 2005)
117.Martens PJ. 1)From anecdote to evidence: Working together for best practice; 2) Coming full circle: Learning from a decade of research with Sagkeeng First Nation; 3) Practicing a breastfeeding research mindset: The 'how to's' of doing breastfeeding research (Presented at the Art and Evidence in Breastfeeding Conference, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, May 5-6, 2005)
118.Martens PJ. What difference is the mental illness report making in Manitoba (and Canada)? (Presented at the Provincial Mental Health Management Network, Winnipeg, MB, September 8, 2005)
119.Martens PJ. The state of First Nations health: What can population databases show us? (Presented at Special Chiefs Assembly on Diabetes, Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Winnipeg, MB, June 22, 2005)
120.Martens PJ. What's the data telling you? Using evidence-based stories for RHA planning and decision making (Presented at the Evidence to Action Workshop, North Eastman Health Association Site Visit, Oakbank, MB, June 23, 2005)
121.Martens PJ. Manitoba's mental illness report: Contemplating a research project for mental health issues in Alberta. (Presented at the 'Institute of Health Economics Workshop' Edmonton, AB. April 22, 2005)
122.Martens PJ. The Need To Know Team in Manitoba: How can this translate into other jurisdictions? (Presented at the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine, Edmonton, AB, April 22, 2005)
123.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, Johnson K. Using data for decision-making, and a workshop on the Mental Illness report. (Presented at the Parkland Regional Health Authority Planning Day with Mental Health Services and Regional Health Authority Planners & Board of Directors, Dauphin, MB, April 18, 2005)
124.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, Burchill C, Burland E, Johnson K. Using data for decision-making, and a workshop on the Mental Illness report. (Presented at the 'Brandon Regional Health Authority Planning Day' with Mental Health Services and Regional Health Authority Planners & Board of Directors, Brandon, MB, April 15, 2005)
125.Martens PJ, Bowen S. What's new at MCHP and with The Need To Know Team? (Presented at the RHAM CEO Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, April 14, 2005)
126.Martens PJ, Fransoo R, Burland E, Bowen S. Using data for decision-making, and a workshop on various MCHP/The Need To Know Team reports (First Nations reports, Child Health report, RHA Indicators Atlas, Mental Illness report) (Presented at the the Central Regional Health Authority Planning Day with Board of Directors, CEO, MOH and Regional Administrators, Portage La Prairie, MB, April 7-8, 2005)
127.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental illness disorder diagnosis and service use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the 'Alliance on Mental Health and Mental Illness in Manitoba' Winnipeg MB, February 28, 2005)
128.Martens PJ. Quantitive research and program evaluation designs 101: The good, the bad and the ugly (Presented to the Graduate Student Class for 97:722: 'The Ecology of Infectious Diseases' Winnipeg MB, February 25, 2005)
129.Martens PJ. The health and health care use of Registered First Nations people living in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented to Medical Rehabilitation First Year Students, Winnipeg MB, February 3, 2005)
130.Martens PJ. The mental illness report (Presented at the Psychiatric Nursing Course, Winnipeg MB, January 21, 2005)
131.Martens PJ. A mentor at the summer institute, plus giving a session on researcher/user research collaborations with rural and northern regions of Manitoba (Presented at the CIHR Summer Institute on Rural Health Issues, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland/Labrador. June 6-10, 2005)
132.Martens PJ. Newborn hospital readmission: A population-based study. (Presented at the Woman and Child Program Conference 2005: 'Roads to Best Practice.' Winnipeg, MB April 29, 2005)
133.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental illness disorder diagnoses and service use in Manitoba: A population-based study. (Presented at the Manitoba Health/MCHP Second Annual Workshop Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 22, 2005)
134.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: CIHR's The Need To Know Team in Manitoba. (Presented at the 'CIHR Scienfitic Directors' Meeting' (on the invitation of Dr. Alan Bernstein, President of CIHR), Ottawa, ON, February 8, 2005)
135.Martens PJ. Looking at women's health issues in Manitoba (Presented at the 'Victoria General Hospital Auxiliary Meeting' Winnipeg, MB, January 28, 2005)
136.Martens PJ. Taking the driver's test on the road to KT: Sharing what MCHP has learned through collaboration and CAHR. (Presented at 'CIHR: IHSPR/IPPH Meeting of Centres for Research Development and ICE Teams'. Toronto, ON, January 20, 2005)
137.Martens PJ. MCHP - Who are we and what we do. (Presented at the 1) Lieutenant Governor's Advisory Board on Disorders of Childhood Development, Winnipeg, MB, January 18, 2005; 2) Briefing to the Minister of Health and the Minster of Healthy Living, Winnipeg, MB, January 14, 2005; 3) Healthy Child Manitoba Cabinet Briefing, Winnipeg MB, March 14, 2005)
138.Martens PJ, Malazdrewicz D, Erickson S, Crockett S, Bowen S, Burland E, Fransoo R. Mental illness diagnoses in Manitoba: A population-based analysis of prevalence and health care use patterns (Teleconference with Senator M. Kirby, Winnipeg/Ottawa, December 8, 2004)
139.Martens P. What works (Presented at The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No. 13, Winnipeg, MB, May 2005)
140.Martens P. Review of MCHP mental illness report (Presented at the MCHP/Manitoba Health Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 2005)
141.Martens P. Mental illness diagnosis in Manitoba: A population-based analysis of prevalence and health care use patterns (Meeting with the Lieutenant Governor's Advisory Board on Disorders of Childhood Development, Winnipeg, MB, January 2005)
142.McMaster R, Kozyrskyj AL. Why do some use the emergency department more than others? (Presented at the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Scientific Conference, Edmonton, AB, May, 2005)
143.Metge C. Pharmaceutical sagas: Can we do something to improve our knowledge about the benefits and risks of pharmacotherapy? (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, December 9, 2005)
144.Picard A. Getting the right message to the right people (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 12, Winnipeg MB, February 1, 2005)
145.Pochard P, Lissitsyn Y, Silaghi A, Thomas WR, Jones S, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB, HayGlass KT. Recombinant Fel d 1 elicits a different pattern of human cytokine and chemokine responses than do clinical cat extracts. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2005;1:113. Abstract.
146.Prior H, Fransoo R, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Hormone replacement therapy use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Poster presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Ottawa, ON, September 2005)
147.Prior H, Fransoo R, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Sex differences in outcomes of care in Manitoba: A population-based study (Poster presentation at the Sixth Conference of the Canadian Rural Health Research Society and the First Conference of the Canadian Society for Circumpolar Health: 'Bridging the Distance' Quebec City, QC, October 27-29th, 2005)
148.Raymond C, Kozyrskyj AL, Mignone J. Is there a relationship between socioeconomic status and use of medications. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12(1):e83. Abstract.
149.Roos NP, Hildahl W. Has the Supreme Court of Canada dealt a fatal blow to Medicare? (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Family Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 19, 2005)
150.Roos NP. Workshop to ensure the safe use of pharmaceuticals I and II (Sponsored by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Canadian Institutes for Health Research and Health Council of Canada, I) Vancouver BC, August 22, 2005; II) Ottawa ON, September 13, 2005)
151.Roos LL. The future of information-rich environments (Presented at 1) Department of Public Health, University of Western Australia, Perth AU, March 8, 2005; 2) 'Administrative Data in Health Research: An International Symposium' sponsored by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Calgary AB, June 17, 2005)
152.Roos LL. Working more productively - Tools for Information-rich environments (Presented at the 'HERON Methods Development Meeting' sponsored by the Institute for Health Research, Sydney Hospital, Sydney AU, March 11, 2005)
153.Roos LL. Family and place: Effects on health care utilization and educational achievement (Presented at the workshop 'Place and Health, Research to Policy, sponsored by the Canadian Public Health Initiative, Val David, QC, April 28, 2005)
154.Roos LL, Lix L, Roos NP. The future of information-rich environments (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, September 23, 2005)
155.Shapiro E. Consultation for Canadian Forces Health Services on Home Care (Consultation for Marcus Hollander, Victoria, BC, August 15, 2005)
156.Shapiro E. Consultation for Department of Health of Nova Scotia on Nova Scotia continuing care in Nova Scotia (Consultation for Wayne Marsh and Beth Rajnovich, Halifax, NS, September 6, 2005)
157.Shooshtari S, Fransoo R, McPherson N, Fey D. Creating knowledge transfer capacity: The Manitoba view (Presented at the 6th International Conference on the Scientific Basis of Health Services, Montreal, PQ, September 20, 2005)
158.Stannard KM, Prasad AN, Kozyrskyj AL. Epilepsy in Canadian children: A birth cohort study of health care utilization (Presented at the American Epilepsy Society Meeting, Washington, DC, December, 2005)
159.Ungar W, Gunraj N, Kozyrskyj AL. A population-based study of asthma medication and health services use in Ontario children from social assistance families. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12:e93. Abstract.
160.Ungar W, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M, Gunraj N, Ahmad F. A comparison of asthma medication use in publicly versus privately insured Ontario children with asthma. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12:e41. Abstract.
161.Ungar W, Ahmad F, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M. Financial barriers to medication use in children with asthma: An analysis of private sector medication claims. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2005;12:e46. Abstract.
162.Ungar W, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M, Gunraj N, Ahmad F. A comparison of asthma medication use in publicly versus privately insured children with asthma (Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, September, 2005)
163.Ungar W, Ahmed F, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M. Financial barriers to medication use in children with asthma: An analysis of private sector prescription medication claims (Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, September, 2005)
164.Ungar W, Gunraj N, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M. A population-based study of asthma medication and health services use in Ontario children from social assistance families (Presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, September, 2005)
165.Ungar W, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M, Gunraj N, Ahmad F. A comparison of asthma medication use in publicly versus privately insured children with asthma. Value Health 2005;8:PAS3. Abstract.
166.Ungar W, Ahmad F, Kozyrskyj AL, Paterson M, Mamdani M. Financial barriers to medication use in children with asthma: An analysis of private sector prescription medication claims. Value Health 2005;8:HP5. Abstract.
167.Watson D. Supply, availability and use of family physicians in Winnipeg (Presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges, 'Physician Workforce Research Conference, Expanding the Science, Enhancing the Impact' Washington, DC, May 5-6, 2005)

2004


1.Alessi-Severini S, Rawas-Qalaji M, Racher A, Collins D, Kozyrskyj AL. Prescribing trends for Celecoxib (Celebrex) in the province of Manitoba (Presented to the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, November 2004)
2.Beaumont JL, Lix L, Yost K, Hahn EA. Application of methods for the analysis of non-normally distributed patient-reported data (Poster presentation at the Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, ON, August 10, 2004)
3.Bond R, Roos LL. Web-based tools for research design and project management (Presented at the Canadian Population Society (CPS) 2004 Annual Meetings, Winnipeg, MB, June 3, 2004)
4.Bowen S, The Need to Know Team, Martens PJ. Evaluating 'Knowledge Translation' initiatives: A collaborative approach. (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
5.Bowen S. The evaluation of the Need to Know project - Part 2 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 10, Winnipeg, MB, May 31 & June 1, 2004)
6.Bowen S. Evaluation reports and findings (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 9, Winnipeg MB, February 2004)
7.Bowen S. Best practices for dissemination (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
8.Bowen S, The Need to Know Team, Martens PJ. A collaborative approach to evaluation of knowledge translation initiatives (Presented at the 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength,' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
9.Bowen S, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. From the front lines: Organizational barriers to evidence-based decision-making in rural and northern Regional Health Authorities. (Presented at the 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON October 21-23, 2004)
10.Bowen S, Martens PJ. What works in knowledge translation? Evaluating Manitoba's 'Need To Know' project (Presented at the 'Today's Choices - Tomorrow's Outcomes' 2004 Provincial Health Conference, Winnipeg, MB, September 29-30, 2004)
11.Brownell M, Roos NP. The power of administrative databases for studying child development (Presented at the CIAR New Investigaotrs Network meeting, Toronto, ON, April 14, 2004)
12.Brownell M. How do educational outcomes vary by RHA & socioeconomics status? Key findings from the Manitoba child health atlas 2004 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
13.Brownell M, Roos NP, Guevremont A, MacWilliam L, Derksen S, Dik N, Bogdanovic B, Sirski M. Using population-based information to understand inequalitites in child health: The relationship between socioeconomic status and educational achievement (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, St. John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
14.Brownell M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Guevremont A, MacWilliam L, Derksen S, Dik N, Bogdanovic B, Sirski M. RHA and socioeconomic status? Key findings from the Manitoba Child Health Atlas 2004 (Presented at the Eleventh Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2004) [Abstract]
15.Brownell M, Roos NP, Fransoo R, Guevremont A, MacWilliam L, Derksen S, Dik N, Bogdanovic B, Sirski M. Inequalities in child health: Bringing together New Data Sources to assess the roles of family, community, education and health care (Presented at the Meeting of Deputy Ministers of the Healthy Child Committee, Winnipeg, MB, October 19, 2004) [Abstract]
16.Brownell M. What can population-based administrative databases add to our understanding of inequalities in child outcomes? Preliminary findings from the Manitoba Child Health Atlas (Human Early Learning Partnership meeting, Vancouver, June 4, 2004)
17.Burland E, Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental health disorder diagnoses and service use in Manitoba: A population based study. (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NL, June 13-16, 2004)
18.Burland E, Jebamani L. Poster making workshop (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 9, Winnipeg MB, February 2004)
19.Burland E, Martens PJ, Black C. The Need To Know: Collaborative research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, the Rural and Northern Health Authorities and Manitoba Health (abstract) (Presented at the Partnerships and Balance: Today's Choices - Tomorrow's Outcomes' 2004 Provincial Health Conference, Winnipeg, MB, September 29-30, 2004)
20.Burland E, Martens PJ, Fransoo R, The Need to Know Team, McKeen N, Ekuma O, Prior H, Burchill C. Higher use of home care and personal care home services among Manitoba residents with mental illness disorders. (Poster presentation at the 5th National Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference and the 4th International Rural Nursing Congress, 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity and Strength' Sudbury, ON, October 2004)
21.Caetano PA, Metge C, Leslie WD. The influence of bone mineral density testing on the initiation of an osteoporosis-related pharmacotherapy: A population-based analysis (Presented at the International Society of PharmacoEconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 17, 2004)
22.Carrie AG, Kozyrskyj A, Dahl M. Community-acquired pneumonia: Effect of income on choice of initial treatment. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e93. Abstract.
23.Carrie AG, Kozyrskyj A, Dahl M. Outpatient treatment of community-acquired pneumonia in Manitoba, Canada. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e115. Abstract.
24.Chateau D, Ekuma O. Application of hierarchical models to administrative health data (Presented at the Fourth University of Manitoba Statistics Research Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, August 2004)
25.Cleary E, Martens PJ, Burchill C, The Need to Know Team. Measuring depression prevalence: Comparing administrative and survey data. (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
26.Cleary E, Walker J. Mental Health 101 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 10, Winnipeg, MB, May 31 & June 1, 2004)
27.De Coster C. WCWL primary care project final report. (Western Canada Waiting List Partners' Meeting, Calgary, AB, October 27, 2004)
28.De Coster C. Estimating nursing home bed requirements in Manitoba: Model development using historical data and stakeholder feedback. (Presented at the 1st Conference of the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal, QC, May 26, 2004)
29.Deber RB, Forget E, Walld R, Roos LL. Designing drug benefit plans: How are pharmaceutical costs distributed in the population? (Presented at the 1st Conference of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal QC, May 26-28, 2004)
30.Doupe M. Personal care home quality of care discussion (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
31.Doupe M, Ioannidis G, Papaioannou A, Katz A, Kvern B, Hodsman A, Baldwin A, Johnstone D, Glezer S, Adachi JD. Study design of the Canadian quality circle (CQC) pilot project in osteoporosis (Poster presentation at the American Rheumatologic Association, October 2004)
32.Elliott L. Multiple Sclerosis in Manitoba (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 10, Winnipeg, MB, May 31 & June 1, 2004)
33.Finlayson G. Developing population-based/needs-based funding methodology for Manitoba Regional Health Authorities (Presented to Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Research Forum; October 13, 2004; Regional Health Authorities of Manitoba; November 17, 2004; Health Senior Executives; March 9, 2005)
34.Forget EL, Roos LL, Walld R. How does an individual's past influence current demand for health services? (Presented at the Canadian Population Society (CPS) 2004 Annual Meetings, Winnipeg, MB, June 3, 2004)
35.Franklin J, Kozyrskyj A, Hall KW. Changing the culture of medication error reporting. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e97. Abstract.
36.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Dealing with health information overload: Weaving indicator 'Threads' into a meaningful story 'fabric' (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
37.Fransoo R. The gender project (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 10, Winnipeg, MB, May 31 & June 1, 2004)
38.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Sex Differences Deliverable (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
39.Fransoo R. Concurrent computer session - 'There for the Taking: Accessing Data from MCHP's Web Resources' (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
40.Fransoo R, Brownell M, Roos NP. Optimizing child care policy for Canada: The importance of a needs-based approach within a universal system (Presented at the 'Child Care: For A Change' Conference, Winnipeg, MB, November 12, 2004)
41.Fransoo R. How do educational outcomes vary by socioeconomic status? A population-based perspective (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, November 19, 2004)
42.Fransoo R, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Ekuma O, Prior H, Burchill C. Health service use among people with mental health disorders: Striking findings for Manitoba's RHAs. (Presented at the 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
43.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Which indicators and which borders? Population-based information for Manitoba's Regional Health Authorities (abstract) (Presented at the 'Today's Choices - Tomorrow's Outcomes' 2004 Provincial Health Conference, Winnipeg, MB, September 29-30, 2004)
44.Jacobs P, Finlayson G. A national list of provincial health care costs for Canada - 2003 update (Poster presentation at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 2004)
45.Jebamani L, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. The health of Manitobans: How has it changed over time? (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
46.Katz A. Using administrative data to develop indicators of quality in family practice (Presented to the MMA Board, May 24, 2004)
47.Katz A. Quality of care indicators of physician practices (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 9, Winnipeg MB, February 2004)
48.Katz A. Towards more appropriate utilization of NSAIDs: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial: MAAUI (Presented at Family Medicine Forum Toronto, November 2004)
49.Katz A. The relationship between quality of care and safety: Exploiting quality qssurance to improve safety. (Presented at the Patient Safety and Adverse Events New Strategies and Solutions, Toronto, ON, November 2004)
50.Katz A. Predictors of beta-blocker prescription post myocardial infarction (Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group, Orlando FL, October 2004)
51.Katz A. Using administrative data to develop indicators of quality in family practice (Presented at the Canadian Institute for Health Information 'Data Users' Conference: Quality Health Care, Quality Information' Ottawa, ON, September 2004)
52.Katz A. Quality in primary care: Physician and practice predictors of beta-blocker prescription post myocardial infarction (Presented at the Fourth Annual Western Canadian Family Medicine Research Conference, Vancouver, BC, May 2004)
53.Katz A. Using administrative data to develop indicators of quality in family practice (Presented at the 2nd Annual MCHP-Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Research Day, Winnipeg, MB, May 2004)
54.Keselman HJ, Wilcox RR, Lix LM, Algina J, Fradette K. Adaptive robust estimation and testing. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. 2004, April)
55.Kozyrskyj A. Diffusion of prescribing of a new drug: The case of celebrex (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, April 16, 2004)
56.Kozyrskyj A, McMaster R, St.John P, Eros A, Roos LL, Young KT. Comorbidity decreases warfarin use in high risk persons with atrial fibrillation. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e100. Abstract.
57.Kozyrskyj A, Racher A, Alessi-Severini S, Kvern B, Collins DM. Impact of formulary restriction on prescribing of celecoxib in Manitoba. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e111. Abstract.
58.Kozyrskyj A. Synthesis of the day. Beginning with the end in mind: Creating a research partnership. (Presented at the 2004 Summer Institute, Whistler, BC, June 2004)
59.Kozyrskyj AL. Right drug to the right person: How good are prescription databases in evaluating this goal? (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 2004)
60.Kozyrskyj AL. High cost users of pharmaceuticals. (Presented at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 2004)
61.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Socioeconomic status and the development of asthma. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2004;1:15. Abstract.
62.Kozyrskyj AL, Racher A, Kvern B, Collins DM. Diffusion of prescribing of a new drug: The case of Celebrex. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2004;11:e75. Abstract.
63.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Socioeconomic status and the development of asthma: Possible explanations. Can Respir J 2004;11:242. Abstract.
64.Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. Rural-Urban differences in asthma prevalence: Possible explanations. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2004;113:S306. Abstract.
65.Kozyrskyj A, McMaster R, St John E, Eros A, Roos LL, Young KT. Warfarin use post stroke in persons with atrial fibrillation (Presented at the World Stroke Congress, Vancouver, BC, June 2004)
66.Leslie WD, Krahn J, Weiler H, Metge C, Yuen CK, Doupe M, Salamon A, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil D, Greenberg CR, Lix L, Roos LL, Tenenhouse A. Vitamin D insufficiency in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study. J Bone Miner Res 2004;19(1 Suppl):S423. Abstract.
67.Leslie WD, Metge C, Weiler H, Yuen CK, Krahn J, Doupe M, Salamon EA, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil J, Greenberg CR, Lix L, Roos LL, Tenenhouse A. Site specific reductions in bone density in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study. J Bone Miner Res 2004;19(Suppl 1):S288. Abstract.
68.Leslie WD, Lix LM, MacWilliam L, Caetano P, Finlayson GS. A population-based study of osteoporosis testing and treatment following introduction of a new bone densitometry service (Presented at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 26th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 2004)
69.Leslie W, Krahn J, Weiler H, Metge C, Yuen C, Doupe M, Salamon A, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil J, Greenberg R, Lix L, Roos L, Tenenhouse A. Vitamin D insufficiency in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study (Poster presentation, 26th Annual meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Seattle, WA, October 2004)
70.Leslie W, Krahn J, Weiler H, Metge C, Yuen C, Doupe M, Salamon A, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil J, Greenberg R, Lix L, Roos L, Tenenhouse A. Site specific reductions in bone density in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study (Poster presentation, 26th Annual meeing of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Seattle, WA, October 2004)
71.Liem J, Kozyrskyj AL, Becker AB. The natural history of wheezing syndromes in preterm children. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2004;1:15. Abstract.
72.Lix L. Understanding small-area variations in health service use: Can we do better with spatial regression models? (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 7, 2004)
73.Lix L. Step-down tests for multivariate data (Presented at the University of Manitoba Statistics Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, August 4-6, 2004)
74.Lix L. New development in longitudinal data analysis (Presented at the University of Manitoba Research Seminar, Department of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Winnipeg MB, September 30, 2004)
75.Lix L. Population mobility & mental health service: A geographic analysis (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
76.Lix L. An overview of mobility patterns for people having mental illness diagnosis (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 11th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2004)
77.Lix L, DeVerteuil G. Modeling small-area variations in mental health service use with geographically weighted regression (Presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings, Toronto, ON, August 10, 2004)
78.Lix L, Fouladi R. Robust step-down tests for multivariate independent group designs (Presented at the 1) University of Manitoba Statistics Research Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, August 5, 2004; 2) Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, QC, April, 2005)
79.Lix L. Current developments in the analysis of longitudinal data. (Department of Immunology Seminar Series, University of Manitoba, September 2004)
80.Lix L. Statistical methods for longitudinal database studies (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB, Pre-conference workshop, June 2004)
81.Lix L. Using SAS for longitudinal data analysis. (Presented at the Canadian Population Society Annual Meeting Conference workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 2004)
82.Lix L. Random effects models for health services data (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, April 2004.)
83.Lix LM, Yogendran M, McKeen N, Bond R, Metge C. Defining and validating chronic disease: An administrative data approach (Presented at the inaugural conference on Chronic Disease Prevention, Ottawa, ON, November 2004)
84.Magoon J, Roos LL. A possible disconnect - mortality risk and subjective health status in advantaged and disadvantaged neighbourhoods (Presented at the poster session of the 1) 1st Conference of the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal QC, May 26-28, 2004 2) Canadian Student Health Research Forum, Winnipeg, MB, June 7, 2004)
85.Magoon J. The importance of both places and people: Neighbourhood-individual cross-level interactions in models describing neighbourhood effects on health (Presented at the 1st Conference of the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal, QC, May 26-28, 2004)
86.Martens PJ. 1) Coming full circle in primary prevention: Diabetes and breastfeeding. 2) The Health and Health Care Use of Manitoba's Registered First Nations People: A Population-Based Study. (Guest Lecturer, Centre for Health Management Research, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, AB, March 18, 2004)
87.Martens PJ. Influencing health policy: What works? Learning along the road of MCHP and The Need to Know project (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre Graduate Students' Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, February 21, 2004)
88.Martens PJ. Survey Research? ask a silly question? (Presented to the Agriculture CapStone Course, University of Manitoba (4th year agriculture students, Winnipeg, MB, January 27, 2004)
89.Martens PJ. Introduction to the day - primary care. Organizer and Chair, Second Annual WRHA/MCHP Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 20, 2004.
90.Martens PJ. The RHA indicators atlas. Organizer and Chair, First annual MCHP/Manitoba Health day, Winnipeg, MB, March 10, 2004
91.Martens PJ, Zelmer J. Information management and primary health care (Plenary speaker for 'Moving Primary Health Care Forward: National Primary Health Care Conference, Winnipeg MB, May 16-19, 2004)
92.Martens PJ, Lewis S, Knuttila M. How can we increase our commitment to evidence-based decision making? (Presented at the 'La Leche League Canada' MB/SK District Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 16, 2004)
93.Martens PJ, Knuttila M. How do I incorporate this evidence into my decision making? (Prresented at the 'La Leche League Canada' MB/SK District Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 16, 2004)
94.Martens PJ. Moderator of the panel entitled, 'Partnering for Performance (Performance Reporting/Accountability) (Presented at 'Partnerships & Balance: Today's Choices, Tomorrow's Outcomes,' 2004 Provincial Health Conference and Exhibition, Winnipeg, MB, September 29, 2004)
95.Martens PJ. Evidence-based decision-making.or lost in translation? (Plenary rebuttal to Philip Davies: 'CHSRF Conference on Leveraging Knowledge: Tools and Strategies for Action.' Montreal, Quebec, March 3, 2005)
96.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Fransoo R, Burchill C. A population-based study of mental illness treatment prevalence in Manitoba by region, sex and income (abstract) (Presented at 'Ruarl Health: Celebrating Diversity and Strength' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
97.Martens PJ. Things your mother didn't tell you. Using population-based evidence in evaluation, planning and decision-making for primary care (Presented at the 'Department of Family Medicine Residents' Academic Project Presentation Day' St. Boniface Research Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, November 22, 2004)
98.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental illness disorder diagnoses and service use in Manitoba: A population-based study. (Presented at Manitoba Health, Winnipeg, MB, August 30, 2004)
99.Martens PJ, Burchill C. Data linking at MCHP: Combining multiple secondary data sources (the agony and the ecstasy) (Presented at 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength' Sudbury, ON, October 20-23, 2004)
100.Martens PJ. A population-based study of mental illness treatment prevalence in Manitoba by region, sex and income (Poster presentation at 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength. Sudbury, ON, October 20-23, 2004)
101.Martens PJ. Leading research for the searching leader. (Presented at the 'La Leche League Canada' MB/SK District Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, October 16, 2004)
102.Martens PJ. Research to action: What works? The Need To Know Team model in Manitoba (Presented at the 'Integrating Chronic Disease Prevention: Getting it Together. CDPAC Conference' Ottawa, ON, November 7, 2004)
103.Martens PJ. What I do for a living! (Presented at the 'Brown Bag Lunch Sessions for CHS Graduate Students' Winnipeg MB, November 4, 2004)
104.Martens PJ. Nor-Man: Painting a population-based picture: Health status, mental health and health care use patterns (Presented at the 'Nor-Man Regional Health Authority Annual General Meeting' Snow Lake, MB, November 1, 2004)
105.Martens PJ, McKeen N, Fransoo R. Patterns of regional mental illness disorder diagnoses and service use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the 'Assiniboine RHA Mental Health 'SPIN' Network Group Meeting' Brandon, MB, October 29, 2004)
106.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental illness disorder diagnoses and service use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Briefing to MLAs Stuart Murray (Conservative Leader for Manitoba) and Myrna Driedger (Health Critic), Winnipeg, MB, October 12, 2004)
107.Martens PJ. Looking at Women's health issues in Manitoba (Presented at the 'Manitoba Annual Health Auxiliaries Association Conference' Pinawa, MB, October 3, 2004)
108.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental health disorders diagnosis and service use in Manitoba: A population base study (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy 11th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2004)
109.Martens PJ. Tools of the trade: The 'how to's' of doing breastfeeding research (Workshop at the 'Best Practices - Supporting Breastfeeding Worldwide' ILCA 2004 Conference, Phoenix, AR, July 15-18, 2004)
110.Martens PJ. From Anecdote to Evidence: Working together for best practice. Plenary speaker at the 'Best Practices? Supporting Breastfeeding Worldwide' ILCA 2004 Conference, Phoenix, AR, July 15-18, 2004 [Abstract]
111.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Mental illness diagnoses in Manitoba: A population-based analysis of prevalence and health care use patterns (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, December 3, 2004)
112.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Fransoo R, Burland E, Jebamani L, Burchill C. Health and health services use of rural and Northern Manitobans: Do they differ from urban rates? (abstract) (Presented at 'Partnerships and Balance: Today's Choices-Tomorrow's Outcomes': 2004 Provincial Health Conference, Winnipeg, MB, September 29-30, 2004)
113.Martens PJ. Mental illness in Manitoba: A population-based look at prevalence, place and patterns of health care use (Presented at the Psychology Department Colloquium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 26, 2004)
114.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Rural and northern Manitobans - Are they sicker, and do they have less access to health care services than people living in Winnipeg and Brandon? (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Population Society (CPS) 2004 Annual Meetings, Winnipeg, MB, June 3, 2004)
115.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Bowen S. Influencing health policies and programs: Manitoba's The Need to Know collaboration. (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
116.Martens PJ, Romphf L. From conceptual model to community change: A decade of breastfeeding research in Sagkeeng First Nation (abstract) (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 95th Annual Conference: 'Population Health in Our Communities' St John's, NFLD, June 13-16, 2004)
117.Martens PJ. Statistical & Epidemiology (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 10, Winnipeg, MB, May 31 & June 1, 2004)
118.Martens PJ. Quantitative research methods & program evaluation 101 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 9, Winnipeg MB, February 2004)
119.Martens PJ. Patterns of regional mental illness disorders diagnosis & service use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
120.McDonald K, Kozyrskyj AL, Lix L, Law B. Is there an association between childhood immunizations and childhood asthma? Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2004;1:16. Abstract.
121.McKeen N, Martens PJ, Fransoo R. Discussion of deliverable #2: The mental health report (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 9, Winnipeg MB, February 2004)
122.McKeen N, Martens PJ, Burchill C, Chateau D, The Need to Know Team. Suicide attempts in Manitoba. Population-based indicators (Presented at the 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
123.McKeen N, Martens PJ, Chateau D, Burchill C, The Need to Know Team. Suicide in Manitoba. Population-based risk factors (Presented at the 'Rural Health: Celebrating Diversity & Strength' Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
124.McMaster R, Martens R, Kozyrskyj AL. Age and region differences in Winnipeg emergency department Users (Presented to the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Conference, Montreal, QC, April 2004)
125.Menec V, Lix L, Steinbach C, Ekuma O, Sirski M, Soodeen R. An examination of factors related to location of death (Presented at the Canadian Population Society (CPS) 2004 Annual Meetings, Winnipeg, MB, June 3, 2004)
126.Metge C, Leslie WD, Weiler H, Yuen CK, Doupe M, Salamon EA, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil J, Greenberg CR, Lix L, Roos LL, Tenenhouse A. Quality of life measures in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study. J Bone Miner Res 2004;19(Suppl 1):S180. Abstract.
127.Metge C, Mackinnon N, Moride Y, Fielding DW, Levine M, McCormack J, Ensom MHH, LeLorier J, Sketris IS. An evaluation framework for 'Therapeutic Effectiveness'. (Abstract presented at 'Health Canada Science Forum' Ottawa, ON, October 2004)
128.Metge C. EuroDURG: The use of quality indicators: How good are we at measuring prescribing quality: Quality indicators for the North American way. (Presented at the 'Internatinal Society for Pharmacoepidemiology' Bordeaux, France, August 2004)
129.Metge C, Leslie W, Weiler H, Yuen C, Doupe M, Salamon E, Wood Steiman P, O'Neil J, Greenberg C, Lix L, Roos L, Tenenhouse A. Quality of life meaasures in Canadian Aboriginal women: The First Nations Bone Health Study (Poster presentation at the 26th Annual meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Seattle, WA, October 2004)
130.Newburn-Cook C, Heaman M, Schopflocher DP, Forget E, Jacobs P, Casiro O, Blanchard JF, Sauve R, Roos LL. Direct medical costs of preterm birth from birth to age seven years: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada (Presented at the 1) Western Perinatal Research Conference, Banff AB, 13 February 2004; 2) American Congress of Epidemiology, Boston, MA, September 11-14, 2004 & 3) Pediatric Academic Societies, San Francisco, CA, May 3, 2004)
131.Newburn-Cook C, Heaman M, Schopflocher D, Forget E, Jacobs P, Casiro O, Blanchard J, Sauve R, Roos LL. Direct medical costs of preterm birth from birth to age seven years: A population-based study in Manitoba, Canada (Poster Presentation at the Pediatric Academic SocietiesTM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 3, 2004
132.Noseworthy T, Spady B, De Coster C, Sanmartin C. Improving access to health care - the work of the Western Canada Waiting List Project. (1st Conference of the Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal, QC. May 26, 2004.)
133.Prior H, Burland E, Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team. Patterns of regional mental health disorder pharmaceutical use in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference, Sudbury, ON, October 21-23, 2004)
134.Rachlis M. Prescription for excellence: How innovation can improve rural and remote health care (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 11, Winnipeg, MB, September 27-28, 2004)
135.Roos N, Brownell M, Guevremont A, Fransoo R, Levin B, MacWilliam L, Roos L. The missing bodies: Socioeconomic status and academic performance in an 18 year cohort (Presented at the University of Calgary, Health and Policy Studies, Calgary, AB, November 2004)
136.Roos L, Lix L. The future of information-rich environments (Presented at the University of Calgary, Centre for Health Policy, Calgary, AB, November 2004)
137.Roos LL. Data analysis in an information-rich environment (Presented at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and at the Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Sciences, January 28, 2004)
138.Roos LL, Lix L. The future of information-rich environments (Presented at the Canadian Population Society (CPS) 2004 Annual Meetings, Winnipeg, MB, June 3, 2004)
139.Roos NP. Inequalities in educational outcomes (Presented at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and at the Institute for Clinical and Evaluative Sciences, January 28, 2004)
140.Roos L, Martens P. Treatment prevalence and evidence-based decision making (Presented at the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation 6th Annual Invitational Workshop, Vancouver, BC, March 2004)
141.Rowe KJ. Practical multilevel analysis (Workshop series at Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP), Winnipeg, MB, May 25-27, 2004)
142.Rowe KS. Auditory processing in children: Impact in the classroom (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 27, 2004)
143.Rowe KS. Chronic fatigue syndrome in child and adolescents: Is it all in the mind? (Presented at the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 26, 2004)
144.Shapiro E. Healthcare and seniors: Where the shoe pinches (Presented at the Legal Aid Ontario, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly, Law and Aging, Toronto, ON, November 2, 2004)
145.Slaughter PM, Collins P, Weisbaum KM, Laupacis A, Roos NP, Williams JI. Harmonizing Research & Privacy: Standards for a Collaborative Future. Final Workshop Summary, Toronto, ON, May 17, 2004
146.Szwajcer D, Leslie WD, Shojania AM, Metge C, Yogendran M. The validation of an operational definition of cobalamin therapy derived from an administrative health database (Presented at the University of Manitoba, Department of Internal Medicine, Resident Research Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 13, 2004)
147.Watson D, Bogdanovic B, Heppner P, Katz A, Reid RJ, Roos NP. What's up docs? Population-based supply and use of family physicians (1991/92-2000/01) (Presented at the Academy Health's Annual Research Meeting, San Diego, CA, June 6-8, 2004)
148.Weiler H, Leslie WD, Salamon EA, Wood Steiman P, Metge C, Yuen C, Doupe M, O'Neil J, Greenberg A, Lix L, Roos LL, Tenenhouse A. Assessment of calcium and vitamin D intake using a modified food frequency questionnaire in Aboriginal and White women residing in Manitoba. J Bone Miner Res 2004;19(Suppl 1):S290. Abstract.
149.Weiler H, Leslie W, Salamon EA, Wood Steiman P, Metge C, Yuen C, Doupe M, O'Neil J, Greenberg C, Lix L, Roos L, Tenenhouse A. Assessment of calcium and vitamin D intake using a modified food frequency questionnaire in Aboriginal and White women residing in Manitoba: The First Nations Bone Health Study (Poster presentation at the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Seattle, WA, October 2004)

2003


1.Bollman R. Rural Canada: From strength to strength (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
2.Bowen S, Martens PJ. Claiming what we know: What researchers can learn from the community about 'knowledge translation.' (Abstract) 'Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities' Fifth International Symposium, Saskatoon, SK, October 19-23, 2003)
3.Brownell M. Inequalities in child health: Assessing the roles of family, community, education and health care (Presented to the Canadian Population Health Initiative Regional Workshop, Saskatoon, SK, March 25-26, 2003)
4.Buchan S, Burland E, Martens PJ, Black C. The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, the Rural and Northern Health Authorities and Manitoba Health (Presented at the Canadian Centre for Analysis of Regionalization and Health's 2nd Annual Conference on Health Care Regionalization in Canada, Montreal, QC, March, 2003)
5.Burchill C, Derksen S, Bodnarchuk J, Soodeen R. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students 93.731 Epidemiology of Health Care course, October 2003)
6.Burland E, Jebamani L. Poster making and mapping workshop (Presented at 'The Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
7.Burland E, Bowen S, Martens PJ. The Need to Know' Project: Did it work? First year results (Abstract) 'Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities' Fifth International Symposium. Saskatoon, SK, October 19-23, 2003
8.Burland E, Bowen S, Martens PJ. The Need to Know project: A work in progress (Abstract) CIHR-IHSPR's National Symposium, Montreal QC, November 22-24, 2003)
9.Chateau D. Population and communities: Characterizing neighbourhood attributes and deprivation (Presented at the Canadian Population Health Initiative Regional Workshop on The Determinant of Healthy Communities, Saskatoon, SK, March 26, 2003)
10.Cumming B, Crockett S, Dacombe Dewar L. The 'Need to Know' team - collaborative research by non-Winnipeg RHAs, MCHP, and Manitoba Health (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
11.De Coster C, West L. Committed to improving our health care: Findings and issues stemming from the Romanow Commission and the Kirby Senate Committee (Presented to the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, March 3, 2003)
12.Derksen S, Burchill C. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students of the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 17-21, 2003)
13.Finlayson G. Considering the Association between socioeconomic status and use of diagnostic imaging services (Presented at the 2003 International Johns Hopkins ACG Risk Adjustment Conference, Baltimore, MD, November 10, 2003)
14.Forget E, Roos LL, Deber RB, Walld R. The distributional effects of medical savings accounts over a lifetime (Presented at the poster session of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Health Services and Policy Research, 'Strengthening the Foundations: Health Services and Policy Research Canadian Health Care Symposium' Montreal, QC, November 22-24, 2003)
15.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Dealing with health information overload: Weaving indicators into meaningful stories. (Abstract) 'Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Envionment, Rural Communities' Fifth International Symposium. Saskatoon, SK, October 19-23, 2003)
16.Jebamani L, Martens P, The Need to Know Team. The health of Manitobans: How was it changed over time? (Presented at the Canadian Institute of Health Research, Institute of Health Services and Policy Research "Strengthening the Foundation: Health Services and Policy Research Canadian Health Care Symposium" Montreal, QC, November 2003)
17.Katz A, Watson D. Supply, Availability and Use of Family Doctors in Winnipeg 1991/92 to 2000/01(Presented at the MCHP & WRHA 1st Annual Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
18.Katz A, Watson D. Supply, availability and use of family physicians in Winnipeg 1991/92 to 2000/01 (Presented at the 1st Annual Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
19.Katz A. Ethics 101 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 7, Winnipeg, MB, June 9-10, 2003)
20.Katz A. Money in your bank, data in ours (Presented to the Continuing Medical Education for family physicians, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February, 2003)
21.Katz A. Using Administrative Data to Develop Indicators of Quality in Primary Care (Presented to Manitoba Health, December 2003)
22.Katz A. Using Administrative Data to Develop Indicators of Quality in Primary Care (Briefing to Health Minister, David Chomiak, Government of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, December 2003)
23.Katz A. Physician and Practice Determinants of Quality Preventive Care (Presented to the North American Primary Care research group, Banff, AB, November 2003)
24.Katz A. Physician and Practice Determinants of Quality Preventive Care (Presented to the Family Medicine Forum, Calgary, AB, November 2003)
25.Katz A. Supply, Availability and Use of Family Physicians in Winnipeg (Presented to the Manitoba Medical Association Board, Winnipeg, MB, September, 2003)
26.Kephart G, Muhajarine N, Reid RJ, Roos LL, Fell D. Needs-adjusted use of health services by income and province: The importance of alternative needs indicators (Presented at the Canadian Population Society 2003 Annual Meeting, Inequalities in health care and health outcomes: Results using linked survey and administrative data session, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, June 1, 2003)
27.Kozyrskyj A. Determinants of inappropriate antibiotic use in children: Individual or area level analyses? (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, February 28, 2003)
28.Kozyrskyj A. WRTC and its connection with NTK (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 7, Winnipeg, MB, June 9-10, 2003)
29.Kozyrskyj A, Dahl M, Law B, Chateau D, Mazowita GB, Klassen TP. Physician and household determinants of inappropriate antibiotic use in children (Poster presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting, Seattle, WA, May, 2003)
30.Kozyrskyj A, Becker A. Does exposure to cats or dogs protect children from asthma? (Presented at World Allergy Organization Congress, Vancouver, BC, September 2003)
31.Leslie WD. Diagnostic imaging data in Manitoba: Assessment and application (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
32.Leslie WD, Derksen S, Metge C, Lix L, Salamon EA, Wood Steiman P, Roos LL. Native Canadian (First Nations) status is a marker for high fracture risk. J Bone Miner Res 2003;18((Suppl 2)):S151. Abstract.
33.Lix L, Algina J, Keselman HJ. Designs: A comparison of two approximate degrees of freedom procedures (Presented at the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, May 1, 2003)
34.Lix L, Ekuma O, Brownell M, Roos LL. A framework for modeling regional differences in mortality over time (Presented at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies, Colloquium Series, University of Regina, Regina, SK, April 22, 2003)
35.Lix L, Algina J, Keselman HJ. A comparison of procedures for the analysis of multivariate longitudinal data (Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Halifax, NS, June 2003)
36.Lix L, Ekuma O, Brownell M, Roos LL. A framework for modelling regional differences in mortality over time (Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Halifax, NS, June 2003)
37.Lix L, Algina J, Keselman HJ. Analyzing multivariate repeated measures designs: A comparison of two approximate degrees of freedom procedures (Presented at the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, May 2003)
38.Lix L, Ekuma O, Menec V, Sirski M, Steinbach C, Soodeen R, Dahl M. Modeling health care use and cost in the last six months of life (Presented at the American Statistical Association International Conference on Health Policy Research, Chicago, IL, October 17, 2003)
39.Lix L, Keselman HJ, Hinds A. Two-group multivariate test for non-normal distributions (Presented at the American Statistical Association International Conference on Health Policy Research, Chicago, IL, October 17, 2003)
40.Martens PJ. First Nations report (Presented at the MCHP & WHRA 1st Annual Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
41.Martens PJ. Teen pregnancy and adolescent reproductive health in Manitoba: A population-based analysis (Presented at the 10th Annual Child and Family Research Symposium-University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 4, 2003 and in their abstract book)
42.Martens PJ. Breastfeeding Research: A decade of 'made-in-Manitoba' findings (Presented to the Manitoba Baby Friendly Initiative Provincial Committee. Tele-Health session for the province of Manitoba's health care providers, Winnipeg, MB, March 24, 2003)
43.Martens PJ. Research and breastfeeding (Presented to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority - Training Day for health care workers, Winnipeg, MB, March 8, 2003)
44.Martens PJ. The First Nation's Report: a discussion of the implications for the people of the Churchill Regional Health Authority (Presented at the Churchill Regional Health Authority Board of Director's meeting, Churchill, MB, February 25, 2003)
45.Martens PJ. The health and health care use of First Nations Manitobans (Presented at the Deputy Minister of Health's First Nation Technical Working Group, Winnipeg, MB, February 17, 2003)
46.Martens PJ. Your billing claims: Money in your bank, research data in ours (Presented to the Continuing Medical Education for Family Physicians, Winnipeg, MB, February 7, 2003)
47.Martens PJ. Coming full circle in primary prevention: Diabetes and breastfeeding (Presented at the 8th Annual Breastfeeding Education Day, New Westminister, BC February 1, 2003)
48.Martens PJ. Coming full circle in primary prevention - diabetes and breastfeeding (Presented at the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch Nurse-in-charge/Physicians Conference, Winnipeg, MB, January 31, 2003)
49.Martens PJ. Survey Research? ask a silly question? (Presented at the Agriculture CapStone Course, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, January 28, 2003)
50.Martens PJ. Coming full circle in primary prevention: Diabetes and breastfeeding (Presented at the Siginaw Chippewa Tribal Council sessions, Mount Pleasant, MI, January 15, 2003)
51.Martens PJ. The health and health care use of First Nations Manitobans (Presented at the 1st Annual Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
52.Martens PJ. Survey research 101 (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 7, Winnipeg, MB, June 9-10, 2003)
53.Martens PJ, Fransoo R. Mental Health Report (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
54.Martens PJ. RHA Indicators Atlas (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
55.Martens PJ. Influencing health policy: What works? Learning along the road (Presented at the CIHR/IHSPR Strengthening the Foundation: Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal, QC, November 22-24, 2003)
56.Martens PJ. Health and health care services use of rural and northern Manitobans. Do they differ from urban rates? (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, November 2, 2003)
57.Martens PJ. Evidence and anecdote: Working together for best practice (Presented at 'Breastfeeding: Bringing Evidence to Practice' Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, On, November 7-8, 2003)
58.Martens PJ. Coming full circle: Learning from a decade of Sagkeeng First Nations' evidence-based breastfeeding strategies ('Presented at Breastfeeding: Bringing Evidence to Practice,' Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, On, November 7-8, 2003)
59.Martens PJ. Coming full circle in primary prevention - diabetes and breastfeeding (Presented at 'Breastfeeding: Nature's Way,' University of Saskatchewan, Regina, SK, October 22, 2003)
60.Martens PJ. The Manitoba RHA Indicators Atlas (Presented at the Rural Indicators Workshop, St. John's, Newfoundland/Labrador, October 10-11, 2003)
61.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Fransoo R, Burland E, Jebamani L, Burchill C. Health and health services use of rural and northern Manitobans: Do they differ from urban rates? (Presented at the CIHR/IHSPR's National Symposium, Montreal, QC, November 22-24, 2003)
62.Martens PJ. The health of First Nations people in Manitoba (Presented to the Medical Rehabilitation second year students, Winnipeg, MB, September 27, 2003)
63.Martens PJ, Romphf L, Burland E, Reimer G. Evaluating the effectiveness of breastfeeding education in South Eastman Regional Health Authority (Presented to the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, December 2003)
64.Martens PJ, The Need to Know Team, Fransoo R, Burland E, Jebamani L, Burchill C. Health and health services use of rural and northern Manitobans: Do they differ from urban rates? (Presented at the Fifth International Symposium. 'Future of Rural Peoples' Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities' SK, October 19-23, 2003)
65.Martens P. Rural and northern Manitobans - are they sicker, and do they have less access to health care services than people living in Winnipeg and Brandon? (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 2003)
66.Menec V. Patterns of health care use at the end of life (Presented at the MCHP & WRHA 1st Annual Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
67.Menec V. Patterns of health care use at the end of life (Presented at the 1st Annual Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, April 29, 2003)
68.Menec V. Patterns of healthcare use and cost at the end of life (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' Team Workshop No. 8, Winnipeg, MB, October 6-7, 2003)
69.Murray RP, Ekuma O, Barnes GE. Feeling the effects versus eight or more drinks as predictors of cardiovascular harm: A prospective analysis of the Winnipeg Health and Drinking Survey (WHDS) (Presented at the 29th Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Kracow, Poland, June 2-6, 2003)
70.Newburn-Cook C, Heaman M, Schopflocher D, Forget E, Jacobs P, Casiro O, Roos LL, Blanchard JF. Direct medical costs of preterm birth to age seven years: A population based study in Manitoba, Canada (Presented at the 1) Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist of Canada (SOGC) Annual Clinical Meeting in Charlottetown, PEI, June 25-30, 2003 2) Margaret Scott Wright Research Conference, November 2003)
71.Roos LL. Concept Dictionary lab session (Presented after the Socio-Economic Dimensions of Housing and Health Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 2003)
72.Roos LL, Magoon J, Gupta S, Chateau D, Veugelers PJ. Socioeconomic determinants of mortality in two Canadian provinces: Multilevel modelling and neighbourhood context (Presented at the Canadian Population Society 2003 Annual Meeting, Socio-economic status and health session, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, June 1, 2003)
73.Roos LL, Magoon J, Gupta S, Chateau D, Veugelers PJ. Socioeconomic determinants of mortality in two Canadian provinces: Multilevel modelling and neighbourhood context (Presented at the poster session of the Canadian Society of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Meeting, Halifax, NS, June 8-11, 2003)
74.Roos NP. An overview of the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (Presented to the representatives from the University of Calgary and Calgary Health Region, Winnipeg, MB, February 3, 2003)
75.Shapiro E. Long-term care study (Consultation with the Parliamentary Committee of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Ottawa, ON, March 19, 2003)
76.Slaughter PM, Collins PK, Weisbaum KM, Laupacis A, Roos NP, Williams JI. Harmonizing Research & Privacy: Standard for a Collaborative Future Phase I Meeting. (Workshop held in Toronto, ON, October 2003)
77.Soodeen R. Concept Dictionary lab session (Presented to the representatives from the University of Calgary and Calgary Health Region, Winnipeg, MB, February 3, 2003)
78.Watson D. Supply, availability and use of family physicians in Winnipeg (Presented to the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Vancouver, BC, July 16, 2003) [Abstract]

2002


1.Black C. Administrative data for information systems to support policy and planning (Presented at the Health Data, Evidence and Policy: Working Toward a More Informed System, Institute of Clinical and Evaluative Sciences Conference, Toronto, ON, January 21-22, 2002)
2.Black C, Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Oh where, oh where do the data come from (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 15-16, 2002)
3.Bodnarchuk J, Forsyth S. A community program database: Benefiting community youth and advancing research (Presented at the National Conference on Child and Youth Friendly Communities, Vancouver BC, May 15-18, 2002)
4.Bodnarchuk J, Soodeen R. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students of 93.731 Epidemiology of Health Care course, October 2002)
5.Bond R. Protocol for conducting administrative research (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research, Spring Workshop, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Winnipeg, MB, April 24, 2002)
6.Bowen S. Where do we go from here? Feedback and clarification of the evaluation report (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 15-16, 2002)
7.Bowen S, Martens PJ. What works in knowledge translation? (Presented at the Health Research in Rural and Remote Canada Conference, Halifax, NS, October 24-26, 2002)
8.Bowen S, Martens P. Organizational capacity building (Presented at the Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health Team Workshop No.5, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
9.Brownell M, Lix L, Ekuma O, Derksen S, Dehaney S, Bond R, Fransoo R, MacWilliam L, Bodnarchuk J. Why is the health of some Manitobans not improving? (Presented at the poster session of the Social Determinants of Health Across the Lifespan Conference, York University, Toronto, On, November 29, 2002)
10.Brownell M. Why is the health of some Manitobans not improving? (Presented at the Ninth Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
11.Burchill C. Privacy and confidentiality (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization and Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
12.Burchill C. Reflections on working with administrative data (Presented at the Canadian Health Services & Policy Research, University of British Columbia, June 19, 2002)
13.Burchill C, Menec V, Fransoo R, Nicol P. Information use at Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (Presented to the MBA students' visit, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 2002)
14.Burchill C. The Concept Dictionary workshop panel session (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
15.Burchill C. An introduction to GIS in health (Presented to the students in the Western Regional Training Centre, Red River Community College staff, Manitoba Health, students and staff of the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, August 2002)
16.Burchill C. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students at Western Regional Training Centre, graduate students in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 2002)
17.Burland E, Martens PJ, Black C. The Need to Know: Collaborative research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, the Rural and Northern Health Authorities and Manitoba Health (Presented at the Health Research in Rural and Remote Canada - Meeting Challenges, Creating Opportunities, Halifax, NS, October 24-26, 2002)
18.Caetano P, Metge C, Leslie WD. Population-based analysis of osteoporosis treatment and prevention using a combination of administrative databases, clinical bone mineral density database and survey data (Presented at the poster session of the International Osteoporosis Foundation meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, May 11, 2002)
19.Chateau D, Cheang MS, Elias B, Fransoo R, Peterson S, Tate RB. An introduction to hierarchical linear modelling (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, January 18, 2002)
20.De Coster C. Can administrative data be used to estimate waiting times for cataract surgery? (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, March 15, 2002)
21.De Coster C. Long term care beds (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
22.De Coster C, Fransoo R. Getting your research results noticed: The boomerang effect (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, May 17, 2002)
23.De Coster C. Measurement of and factors relating to variation in cataract surgery waiting times in Manitoba
24.De Coster C. Estimating PCH bed requirements (Presented at the Ninth Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
25.Derksen S, Burchill C. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students at Western Regional Training Centre, graduate students in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
26.Derksen S, Burchill C. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students at Western Regional Training Centre, graduate students in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 2002)
27.Derksen S. SAS procedures workshop (Presented to the students at Western Regional Training Centre, graduate students in the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 2002)
28.Doupe M, Katz A, Morrison L, Kvern B, Metge C, Thomson G. The Manitoba anti-inflammatory appropriate utilization initiative (MAAUI): Methodology to implement and test drug appropriateness interventions (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Toronto, On, April 14-16, 2002)
29.Doupe M, Katz A, Morrison L, Kvern B, Metge C, Thompson G. Using a population-based evidence-based disease management program to prevent and treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, April 2002)
30.Erickson T, Martens PJ. Dissemination strategies (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 15-16, 2002)
31.Fransoo R, Burchill C, Martens PJ, Black C. The RHA 2002 deliverable (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 15-16, 2002)
32.Fransoo R, Martens PJ. Which indicators and which borders? Population-based information for Manitoba's Regional Health Authorities (Presented to the Health Research in Rural and Remote Canada - Meeting Challenges, Creating Opportunities, Halifax, NS, October 24-46, 2002)
33.Fransoo R, Burland E. Not getting stuck in the web - navigating MCHP's teflon website (Presented in a computer workshop at the Ninth Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
34.Gupta S, Roos LL, Walld R, Traverse D, Dahl M. Delivering equitable care: Comparing preventive services in Manitoba, Canada (Presented at the Medical Students Research Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, On, January 8, 2002)
35.Jacobs P, Finlayson G. Advancing methods in pharmacoeconomic evaluation - approaches to costing (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics: Annual Conference, Toronto, On, April 14-16, 2002)
36.Jacobs P, Finlayson G. Consensus group forms a national list of standard costs for Canada (Presented at the poster session 18th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Berlin, Germany, June 2002)
37.Jacobs P, Finlayson G, Rapoport J. Harmonization of hospital costs (Presented at the poster session of the Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, 5th Annual European Congress, Rotterdam, November 2002)
38.Katz A. A ten year perspective on the supply and use of family doctors in Winnipeg (Presented at the North American Primary Research Group 30th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November, 2002)
39.Katz A. Role of the physician in teaching breast self examination (Presented to the Breast Cancer Information and Support Network, Winnipeg, MB, October, 2002)
40.Kozyrskyj A, Becker AB. Rural-urban differences in asthma prevalence and lower respiratory tract infection in infants (Poster presentaion at the Keystone Smposia: Rethinking the Pathogenesis of Asthma, Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 2002)
41.Kozyrskyj A, Carrie AG, Law B, Mazowita GB, Klassen TP, Hammond GW. Decrease in antibiotic use among Canadian children in the 1990's (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics: Annual Conference, Toronto, On, April 14-16, 2002)
42.Kozyrskyj A. Research databases (Presented at the Aventis Teachers of Pharmacy Administration Conference, Montreal, PQ, May 2002)
43.Kozyrskyj A. Evidence from the Cochrane collaboration: How & what to tell patients (Presented at the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association Annual Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 2002)
44.Kozyrskyj A. Antibiotics, children and havens (Presented at the Pediatric Research Rounds, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Winnipeg, MB, May 2002)
45.Kozyrskyj A, Law B, Becker AB. Antibiotic treatment of asthma exacerbations in children: What is the practice? (Presented at the Canadian Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Annual Meeting, Quebec City, PQ, November 2002)
46.Kozyrskyj A. Do antibiotics in early life cause asthma? (Presented at the Canadian Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Annual Meeting, Quebec City, PQ, November 2002)
47.Kozyrskyj A. Overview of the allergy and asthma epidemic (Presented at the Canadian Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Annual Meeting, Quebec City, PQ, November 2002)
48.Kozyrskyj A. Prescription costs for Manitobans; Analysis for the Romanow Commission (Presented to the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy Researchers Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, August, 2002)
49.Kozyrskyj AL, Carrie AG, Law BJ, Mazowita GB, Klassen TP, Hammond G. Decrease in antibiotic use among Canadian children in the 1990's, but not for all antibiotics (Presented at the Canadian Pediatric Society, Toronto, ON, June 2002)
50.Livingstone T, Lix L, McNutt M, Morris E, Osler M, Rosenbluth D, Scott D, Watson F. Economic benefits of the Family Health Benefits program for rural chidren and families (Presented at the US Rural Health Conference, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, April, 2002)
51.Lix L. Monitoring the impact of family health benefits for low income families in Saskatchewan (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, February 1, 2002)
52.Lix L. Why is the health of some Manitobans not improving (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization and Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
53.Lix L, Brownell M, Ekuma O, Dehaney S, Derksen S, Bond R. A longitudinal analysis of regional disparities in health status in Manitoba, Canada (Presented at the International Society for Equity in Health, Toronto, ON, June 14-16, 2002)
54.Lix L. Models here, models there: A comparison of approaches for the analysis of longitudinal data (Presented at the Department of Psychology Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 4, 2002)
55.Lix L. Models for health services research: Examining the impact of time and space (Presented at the University of Manitoba, Department of Statistics, Winnipeg, MB, July, 2002)
56.Martens PJ, Kozyrskyj A. How healthy are Parkland's children? An overview of regional child health indicators (Presented at the Annual General Meeting of the Parkland RHA, Dauphin, MB, November 22, 2001) [Abstract]
57.Martens PJ. Do rural and northern Manitobans have different health needs than city-dwellers? (Presented at the Muriel Richardson Auditorium, Winnipeg Art Gallery, sponsored by the Office of the Vice-President (Research), Winnipeg, MB, January 20, 2002)
58.Martens PJ. Need to know team state of the project: A brief overview of the First Nations report (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization and Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
59.Martens PJ. The health and health care use of registered First Nations people living in Manitoba: A population-based study - SVS linkage process (Presented at Health Canada, First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Ottawa ON, April 29, 2002)
60.Martens PJ, Bowen S. Introduction and evaluation report (Presented at 'The Need to Know: Canadian Community Health Survey Training Workshop' by Statistics Canada and Manitoba Health held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 4, 2002)
61.Martens PJ. Closing comments and homework (Presented at 'The Need to Know: Canadian Community Health Survey Training Workshop' by Statistics Canada and Manitoba Health held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 4, 2002)
62.Martens PJ, Black C, Burland E. The Need to Know Team: A Manitoba knowledge transfer model (Presented at the Canadian Institute for Health Research meeting of the Community Alliances for Health Research projects, Ottawa, On, April 30, 2002)
63.Martens PJ. Coming full circle in primary prevention - diabetes and breastfeeding (Presented at the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch Diabetes Conference, Winnipeg, MB, November 22, 2002)
64.Martens PJ, Jebamani L. Learning from linkages: Health and healthcare use patterns of Manitoba's registered First Nations people (Presented at the Canadian Rural Health Research Society's 3rd Annual Conference, 'Health Research in Rural and Remote Canada: Meeting Challenges, Creating Opportunities' Halifax, NS, October 24-26, 2002)
65.Martens PJ. A look at the health of First Nations people of Manitoba (9th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day (MCHP), Winnipeg, MB, October 8, 2002)
66.Martens PJ. Community breastfeeding research (Presented at the Breastfeeding: A great start for baby, Manitoba Baby Friendly Co-ordinating Committee Conference, Brandon, MB, September 26, 2002)
67.Martens PJ. An overview of diabetes in Manitoba: From prevalence to prevention (Presented at the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch Diabetes Working Group meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 12, 2002)
68.Martens PJ. The First Nations report: A discussion of the implications for the people of the Assiniboine Regional Health Authority (Presented at the Assiniboine and Brandon Regional Health Authorities, Souris, MB, November 20, 2002)
69.Martens PJ. What do Interlake's people look like? Health and health care use patterns (Presented to the Interlake Regional Health Authority, Selkirk, MB, October 16, 2002)
70.Martens PJ, Hedberg Nyqvist K, Riordan J. Designing lactation research: The good, the bad and the ugly (Presented at the Blueprint for Clinical Excellence, International Lactation Consultant Association Conference, Boca Raton, FL, July 25, 2002)
71.Martens PJ. The Romanow Report: What does it mean to medical education? Is it the cat's meow? (Presented at the Grand Rounds for Family Practice, Winnipeg, MB, December 4, 2002)
72.Martens PJ. Tips and strategies for success: Ten ways to succeed in academic life, or at least give it a good shot! (Presented at the Community Health Sciences Student Forum, Winnipeg, MB, November 18, 2002)
73.Martens PJ. The health and health care use of Registered First Nations people living in Manitoba (Presented to the Board of Directors joint meeting. Brandon and Assiniboine Regional Health Authorities, Souris, Manitoba, November 30, 2002)
74.Martens PJ. An overview of diabetes in Manitoba: From prevalence to prevention. The First Nations report, the adolescent Type II diabetes research, and the story of Sagkeeng (Presented to the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch Southeast Resource Development Council Diabetes Working Group meeting, Sagkeeng, Manitoba, October 2, 2002)
75.Martens PJ. The First Nations report (Presented to the Burntwood Regional & Central Regional Health Authority Board and Executive meetings, Portage la Prairie, MB, June 26, 2002)
76.Martens PJ. The Need to Know Team - What is this and how does this involve Boards of Directors of Manitoba's RHAs? (Presented to Regional Health Authority Board Chairs Network, Winnipeg, MB, September 12, 2002)
77.Martens PJ. The Need to Know Team - an overview for Manitoba Health personnel (Presented to Manitoba Health, Winnipeg, MB, September 17, 2002)
78.Martens PJ. Breastfeeding: A great start for baby (Presented at the Manitoba Baby Friendly Co-ordinating Commmittee conference, Brandon, MB, September 26, 2002)
79.Martens PJ. What do Interlake's people look like? Health and health care use patterns (Presented at the (1) 9th Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day (MCHP); (2)Internal Management Committee Meeting, 'The Need to Know Team and knowledge translation,' Winnipeg, MB, October, 2002)
80.Martens PJ. The Need to Know Team: The First Nations Report - collaborative research with policy planners and decision makers. Doing interdisciplinary partnered health research (Presented to the Canadian Institute for Health Research, Institute of Population and Public Health, Toronto, ON, June, 2002)
81.Martens P, Fransoo R, Burland E, Jebamani L. RHA 2002 report critiquing (Presented at "Need to Know: Canadian Community Health Survey Training Workshop" by Statistics Canada and Manitoba Health, Winnipeg, MB, June 2002)
82.Menec V. The impact of influenza-associated illnesses on the Winnipeg health care system (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium, Winnipeg, MB, January 25, 2002)
83.Menec V. The health of the elderly (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization and Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
84.Menec V. The relation between ethnic background and self-rated health (Presented at the Gerontological Society of America Conference, 'The Study of Self-Rated Health in the Context of Different Cultures I' Boston, MA, November, 2002)
85.Menec V, MacWilliam L, Soodeen R, Mitchell L. Trends in health care use among seniors in Manitoba (Presented at the Canadian Association on Gerontology Conference, Montreal, QC, October, 2002)
86.Menec V, MacWilliam L, Soodeen R, Mitchell L. A minority of seniors use a majority of hospital resources: A study of hospital use in Manitoba (Presented at the Canadian Association on Gerontology Conference, Montreal, QC, October, 2002)
87.Menec V. The health and health care use of Manitoba's seniors: Have they changed over time? (Presented at the Ninth Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Day, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
88.Metge C, Yuen CK, Leslie WD, Yogendran M, Kvern B, Manness LJ. Using a population-based evidence-based disease management program to prevent and treat osteoporosis in postmenopausal women (Presented at the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Toronto, On, April 14-16, 2002)
89.Metge C. Drug utilization in Canada: Current policy initiatives (Presented at the Teachers of Pharmacy Administration Annual Meeting, Mont-Tremblant, QC, May, 2002)
90.Mitchell S. A discussion of maps in planning (Presented at the 'Need to Know: Collaborative Research by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Rural and Northern Regional Health Authorities, and Manitoba Health' workshop, Winnipeg, MB, January 15-16, 2002)
91.Roos LL. Record linkage: data quality, tool development, and substantive research (Presented at the (1) Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation, University of Technology, Sydney AU, March 20-21, 2002, (2) Symposium on Record Linkage, Sydney AU, March 20-21, 2002, and (3) Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Seminar, Canberra AU, March 18, 2002)
92.Roos LL. The population health research data repository (Presented to the Alberta representatives of the Health Services Utilization and Outcomes Commission, Winnipeg, MB, March 11, 2002)
93.Roos LL. Data Linkages (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research, Spring Workshop, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Winnipeg, MB, April 24, 2002)
94.Roos LL, Forsyth S, Chateau D, Bodnarchuk J, Soodeen R, Lix L. Place and Health in Winnipeg (Presented at the poster session of the Spatialisation and Health: Characterising Place: A problem-solving workshop held in Banff, AB, November 29 - December 1, 2002)
95.Roos LL, Forsyth S, Chateau D, Bodnarchuk J, Soodeen R, Lix L. Place and Health in Winnipeg (Presented at the Spatialisation and Health: Characterising Place: A problem-solving workshop held in Banff, AB, November 29 - December 1, 2002)
96.Roos NP, Brownell M, Watson D. Inequalities in child health: Bringing together new data sources to assess the roles of family, community, education and health care (Presented at the (1) Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation, University of Technology, Sydney AU, March 20-21, 2002, (2) Symposium on Record Linkage, Sydney AU, March 20-21, 2002, and (3) Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Seminar, Canberra AU, March 18, 2002)
97.Roos NP. Panel speaker: Advancing Quality in the Name of Patient Safety Conference (Presented April 19, 2002, Fort Garry Place, Winnipeg, MB)
98.Roos NP. What does the research evidence say about regionalization and community-based care in other provinces? (Presented at the Health Care Restructuring Through Regionalization: Implications for Community-Based Care Workshop, Centre on Aging, University of Victoria, Sidney, B.C. June 17, 2002)
99.Roos L. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy overview (Presented at the MBA students visit, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 2002)
100.Roos L. The Concept Dictionary (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
101.Roos L. An information-rich environment: Data quality, analytical tools and substantive research (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 2002)
102.Sareen J, Campbell D, Hassard TH, Menec V. Self-reported perceived need for care correlates with poor quality of life and family dysfunction in adults with mental disorders (Presented at the Canadian Psychiatric Association Conference, Banff, AB, October, 2002)
103.Shapiro E. Consultation with E-Health Division of Health Canada (Consultation with Health Canada, Ottawa, On, March 17-18, 2002)
104.Shapiro E. Medicine: Real or imagined crisis? (Presented at the Grant Park Ward, Winnipeg, MB, May 15, 2002)
105.Shapiro E. Medicare: Real or imagined crisis? (Presented at the Simon Fraser University, Centre on Aging, Vancouver, BC, June 6, 2002)
106.Shapiro E. The future of Medicare: A real or imagined crisis? (Presented at the 'Boomers Come of Retirement Age: What are the Prospects?' 13th Annual John K. Friesen Conference, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, June 6-7, 2002)
107.Shapiro E. What works, what doesn't: Federal and Provincial imperatives for elder health (Presented at the'Elder Care: Are We Ready for the Future?' The Public, Policy Makers & Caregivers Speak to Caring Realities & Policy Imperatives International Conference by the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Toronto, ON, September 26-27, 2002)
108.Sirski M, Menec V. The relation between continuity of care and health care use in Manitoba, Canada (Presented at the International Epidemiology Association World Congress on Epidemiology, Montreal, QC, August, 2002)
109.Soodeen R. Concept Dictonary lab session (Presented at the Spatialisation and Health: Characterising Place: A problem-solving workshop held in Banff, AB, November 29 - December 1, 2002)
110.Soodeen R. Concept Dictionary lab session (Presented at the Western Regional Training Centre for Health Services Research Workshop, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, October 2002)
111.Uhanova J. The impact of socioeconomic status on clinical features and outcomes of acute myocardial infarction (Presented at the poster session of the Social Determinants of Health Across the Life-Span Conference, York University, Toronto, On, November 29 - December 1, 2002)

2001


1.Brownell M, Mayer T, Friesen D, Martens P. Childhood injury rates in Manitoba: Sociodemographic factors (Presented at the Congress of Epidemiology 2001, Toronto, ON, June 2001)
2.Brownell M, Mayer T, Friesen D. Variation in tonsillectomy/adenoidectomy rates in Manitoba children across geographic region and time (Presented at the Congress Epidemiology 2001, Toronto, ON, June 2001)
3.Brownell M, Martens P, Kozyrskyj A. Assessing the health of children in Manitoba: A population-based study (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, September 2001)
4.Brownell M, Fransoo R, Dehaney S. Why is the health of some Manitobans not improving? (Presented at the Eighth Annual Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Toronto, ON, June 2001)
5.Brownell M, Martens P, Derksen S, Mayer T. Caesarean section rates in Manitoba: Sociodemographic influences (Presented at the Congress of Epidemiology 2001, Toronto, ON, June 2001)
6.Bruce S. Do medical patients on acute care medical wards require an acute care setting? (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, November 2001)
7.El-Gabalawy HS, Peschken CA, Roos LL, Esdaile JM. Declining incidence of rheumatoid arthritis may be primarily in the elderly. J Rheumatol 2001;28(Suppl 63):T154. Abstract.
8.Fransoo R. Graphing data: The good, the bad, and the ugly (Presented at the Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, September 28, 2001)
9.Frohlich N. How well does the use of health care services in Winnipeg match need? Recent data on utilization in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 11, 2001)
10.Frohlich N. How prevalent is self-interest and how can we tell? (Presented at the ESA World Meeting - Economics Society of America, UPF, Barcelona, June 21-24, 2001)
11.Frohlich N, Oppenheimer J, Kurki A. How prevalent is self-interest and how can we tell? (Presented at the Public Choice Society Meeting, San Antonio, TX, March 9 -12, 2001)
12.Kozyrskyj A. Small area variation in prescription drug use among Canadian children. Can J Clin Pharmacol 2001;8:21. Abstract.
13.Kozyrskyj A. Using administrative data and linkages to assess the burden of LRTIs among Manitoba children (Presented at 'The Impact and Approaches to Prevention of RSV in Challenging Settings,' Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, April 2001)
14.Kozyrskyj A. Small area variation in prescription drug use among Manitoba children (Presented at the Pediatric Research Rounds, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, MB, May 2001; and the Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference, Banff, AB, April 2001)
15.Kozyrskyj A. Meta-analysis research update: Review of the 9th International Cochrane Collaboration (PResented at the Pediatric Research Rounds, Department Pediatrics and Child Health, Winnipeg, MB, November 2001)
16.Kozyrskyj A. RefMan practice session (Presented at the Canadian Cochrane Network and Centre and the University of Manitoba Site Reviewer Training Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, March 2001)
17.Kozyrskyj A. Socioeconomic status and use of inhaled corticosteroids in children with asthma (Presented at a Research Seminar, University of Manitoba, Department of Immunology, Winnipeg, MB, November 2001)
18.Lix L, Roos LL, Ekuma O. An analysis of trends in mortality in one Canadian province: 1985 to 1999 (Presented at the International Conference on Health Policy Research, Boston, MA, December 7-9, 2001)
19.Lix L, Roos LL, Ekuma O, Newburn-Cook C. Modeling premature mortality in one Canadian province: The longitudinal analysis of rare events (Presented at the poster session of the International Conference on Health Policy Research, Boston, MA, December 7-9, 2001)
20.Martens PJ, Kozyrskyj A, Black C. Assessing the health of Manitoba children: A population-based study (Presented at the Departmental Executive Committee, chaired by Deputy Minister Ian Green, Ottawa, ON, March 28, 2001)
21.Martens PJ. Partners in prenatal care (Presented at the BC Reproductive Care Program and BC Women's Diagnostic/Ambulatory Program, Vancouver BC, April 26-28, 2001)
22.Martens PJ, Mayer T, Derksen S. Are Canadian breastfeeding duration rates underestimated? A second look at a national survey (Presented at the Congress of Epidemiology, Toronto, ON, June 13-16, 2001)
23.Martens PJ, Derksen S, Mayer T, Brownell M. Caesarean section rates in Manitoba: Sociodemoraphic influences (Presented at the Congress of Epidemiology, Toronto, ON, June 13-16, 2001)
24.Martens PJ. Are Canadian breastfeeding rates underestimated? A second look at a national survey (Presented at the University of Manitoba, '2001: A Stats Odyssey' as organized by the Statistical Association of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, February 16, 2001)
25.Peterson S. Are the area or school contextual effects on adolescent smoking behaviour? A multilivel analysis (Presented at the University of Manitoba, Department of Community Health Sciences, Winnipeg, MB, March 9, 2001)
26.Roos LL. Acute myocardial infarction - A longitudinal analysis of incidence and mortality (Presented at the International Society for Health Research held in Winnipeg, MB, July 6-11, 2001)
27.Roos LL, Jebamani L, Soodeen R. Linked-record systems and data quality in Canada (Presented at the Statistics Canada's 2001 Symposium, XVIIIth International Symposium on Methodological Issues and Workshops, Ottawa, ON, October 16-19, 2001)
28.Roos LL, Chateau D, Forsyth S, Bodnarchuk J. Measuring neighbourhood characteristics (Presented at the 2001 National Policy Research Conference, Ottawa, ON, December 5-7, 2001)
29.Roos NP. The future of medicare (Presented to the Medicare Review by Senate Social Affairs Committee, Kirby Commission, Winnipeg, MB, October 15, 2001)
30.Roos N. The future of medicare (Presented to the Medicare Review by Senate Social Affairs Committee, Kirby Commission, Winnipeg, MB, October 2001)
31.Shapiro E. Looking back, looking forward (Presented at the Pan American Symposium on Aging and Health: Innovative Approaches on Health and Social Services, Quebec City, QC, December 2001)

2000


1.Banno K, Delaive K, Walld R, Kryger MH. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) in 218 patients: Associated disorders (Presented at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies Annual Meeting held in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 17-22, 2000)
2.Bruce S. Impact of diabetes among the Metis (Presented at the 1st National Conference on Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples, Winnipeg, MB, June 2000)
3.De Coster C. Surgical waiting times update (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2000)
4.Dik N, Tate RB, Anthonisen NR, Roos LL, Manfreda J. Determinants of childhood asthma in a cohort of 171,000 infants (Poster presentation at 'Research Day' University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, June 5, 2000)
5.Finlayson G. Comparing the financial performance of hospitals: Issues and results (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meetings of the Public Choice Society, Charleston, SC, March 2000)
6.Fransoo R, Burchill C. An overview of what's on the web for RHAs at the MCHPE website, and additional information on population-based use of hospitals (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting [Computer Workshop], Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2000)
7.Frohlich N, Oppenheimer J. A cognitive model of economic and plitical decision making (Presented at Annual Meetings of the Public Choice Society, Charleston, South Carolina, March, 2000) [Abstract]
8.Kozyrskyj A, Mustard CA. Time-dependent covariates in proportional hazards regression to assess the relationship between inhaled corticosteroid use and risk of asthma hospitalization (Presented at the Statistics and Health Conference in Edmonton, AB, June 11-13, 2000)
9.Kozyrskyj A. Income-based pharmaceutical policy: Impact on inhaled corticosteroid use in children with asthma (Poster Presentation at the University of Manitoba Research Day, Winnipeg, MB, June 8, 2000)
10.Kozyrskyj A. Income-based pharmaceutical benefit policy: Impact on inhaled corticosteroid use in children with asthma (Poster presentation at the Health Policy Research Nexus Conference held at Queen's University, Kingston, ON, December 102, 2000)
11.Kozyrskyj A. Socioeconomic status and inhaled corticosteroid utilization in children with asthma (Presented at the Pediatric Research Rounds, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Winnipeg, MB, June 2000)
12.Kozyrskyj A. Impact of Manitoba's income-based pharmacare policy on inhaled corticosteroid utilization in children (Presented at Pediatric Research Rounds, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Winnipeg, MB, March 2000)
13.Kozyrskyj A. A proposal to assess child health and education outcomes (Presented at the Pediatric Research Rounds, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Winnipeg, MB, March 2000)
14.Martens P. We've come a long way, baby (Presented at the Breastfeeding Committee of Saskatchewan, Breastfeeding - Nature's Way: Making a Difference, Saskatoon, SK, November 2000)
15.Martens PJ. The Need to Know: Implementing a population-based framework for evidence-based decision-making by Manitoba' Regional Health Authorities (Presented at the 'Evidence 2000: Focussing on Evidence-Based Decision-Making' Conference, Vancouver, BC, February 7-9, 2000)
16.Martens PJ, Brown S, Blanford M, Brook E, Petaski K, Sutton S. Evaluating the effectiveness of breastfeeding education in Interlake RHA: A follow-up study (Presented at the Manitoba Nursing Research Institute 1st Annual Research Day, Winnipeg, MB, February 7-9, 2000)
17.Martens PJ. Evaluating breastfeeding research (Presented at the Breastfeeding Committee of Saskatchewan & Continuing Medical and Nursing Education, University of Saskatchewan, 'Breastfeeding - Nature's Way: Making a difference.' Saskatoon, SK, November 15-16, 2000)
18.Martens PJ. Peer counselling program for a First Nations community (Presented at the Breastfeeding Committee of Saskatchewan & Continuing Medical and Nursing Education, University of Saskatchewan, 'Breastfeeding - Nature's Way: Making a Difference, Saskatoon, SK, November 15-16, 2000)
19.Martens P. Breastfeeding promotion community strategy: Evaluating the effectiveness in Sagkeeng First Nation (Presented at the LLLC-Manitoba Area Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 2000)
20.Martens P. When the breastfed baby needs to be supplemented: Alternative methods (Presented at the LLLC-Manitoba Area Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 2000)
21.Martens P. Age-period-cohort analysis of data: Growing up in a different world? (Presented at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Evaluation Discussion Forum, Winnipeg, MB, May 2000)
22.Martens P. From the micro to the macro level in community health research (Presented at the Get-to-Know-Each-Other Symposium, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, March 2000)
23.Martens P. The provincial infant feeding study: Results and implications (Presented at the Baby Friendly Coordinating Committee of Manitoba Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, February 2000)
24.Martens P. Breastfeeding: The experience of Sagkeeng First Nation (Presented at the Circle of Life: Manitoba First Nations Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program Conference, Winnipeg, MB, January 2000)
25.Metge C. Prescription drug use (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 2000)
26.Roberts JD, Fransoo R, Black C, Roos LL, Martens PJ. Research meets reality: Administrative data to guide planning for Canadian Regional Health Authorities (Presented at the ITCH 2000 International Conference, Victoria, BC, August 23-27, 2000)
27.Roos L. Using information, managing knowledge (Poster presentation, Health Policy Research Nexus Conference, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, December 2000)
28.Roos LL. Health reform in Winnipeg & Manitoba: Trends over the past ten years (Presented at the Reform of Canada's Health Care System and Its Impact on Public Health, Interdisciplinary Health Reform Seminar, Montreal, PQ, November 16-17, 2000)
29.Roos LL. Using information, managing knowledge (Poster presentation at the Health Policy Research Nexus Conference held at Queen's University, Kingston, ON, December 1-2, 2000)
30.Roos LL, Burchill C. Managing knowledge: The Manitoba experience (Presented at the ITCH 2000 International Conference, Victoria, BC, August 23-27, 2000)
31.Roos LL, Burchill C, Martens PJ. Facilitating research on health and health services (Presented at Information Exchange at the Statistics and Health Conference, Edmonton, AB, June 11-13, 2000)
32.Roos NP. The role of research evidence (Presented at the Health Policy Research Nexus Conference, Queen's University, Kingston, ON, December 1-2, 2000)
33.Roos L, Burchill C, Martens P. Facilitating research on health and health services (Presented at the Statistics and Health Conference, Edmonton, AB, June 2000)
34.Shapiro E. Connecting caregivers (Presented at the Public Symposium for Veterans Affairs, Canada, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, May 1, 2000)
35.Shapiro E. Aging well despits infirmity (Presenated at Annual meeting of the Quebec Association of Gerontology, Montreal, QC, April 2000)
36.Stewart D. Has performance measurement influenced resource allocation decisions and quality improvement - or not? (Presented at the HealNet 5th Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, April 2-4, 2000)
37.Stewart D. Rural hospital performance indicators (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, October 6, 2000)
38.Stranc L. Patterns of referral and invasive prenatal diagnosis in Manitoba (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, May 26, 2000)
39.Walld R, Kraut A. Influence of diabetes on employment and income amongst aboriginal peoples in Manitoba (Presented at the 1st National Conference on Diabetes and Aboriginal Peoples, Winnipeg, MB, June 2-3, 2000)

1999


1.Black C, Roos N, Roos L. From health statistics to health information systems: A new path for the 21st century (Presented at the National Committee for Vital and Health Statistics Workshop, Washington, DC, October 1999)
2.Brownell M, Roos NP, Burchill C. Winnipeg hospital bed closures: Problem or progress? (Presented at the Canadian Health Economics Research Association Conference, Edmonton, AB, August 1999)
3.Burchill C, Roos LL. Improving the research index/concept dictionary - How should we proceed? (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
4.Burchill C, Roos LL. Overview of the concept dictionary (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
5.Burchill C. Pulling things together (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
6.Derksen S. Income quinitles and work on the SERI (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
7.Fransoo R. Analyzing data for the Regional Health Authorities(Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
8.Kozyrskyj A. Socioeconomic status and inhaled corticosteroid use among Manitoban children with asthma (Presented at the Canadian Pharmacoepidemiology Forum, Halifax, NS, May 1999)
9.Kraut A, Mustard C, Walld R, Tate R. Unemployment and health care utilization (Presented at the Health Hazards of the New Working Life Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, January 1999)
10.Martens P. Comparative indicators of population health and health care use for Manitoba's Regional Health Authorities (Presented at the Rural and Northern Health Care Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, November 1999)
11.Martens P. Do breastfeeding promotion programs really work? The experience of Sagkeeng First Nation (Presented at the Department of Community Health Sciences Colloquium Series, Winnipeg, MB, October 1999)
12.Martens P. Educating the educator: Helping the breastfeeding mother and baby (Presented at the Tri-Regional Conference for Health Care Professionals, Brandon, MB, October 1999)
13.Martens P. Alberta breastfeeds (Presented at the Grant McKewan College Breastfeeding Conference, Edmonton, AB; June 1999)
14.Martens P. Evaluating breastfeeding promotion strategies of Sagkeeng First Nation health centre (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
15.Martens P. Public health in the new millennium (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
16.Martens P, Black C, Roberts J. Comparative indicators of population health and health care utilization for Regional Health Authorities (Presented at Manitoba Health, Public Branch Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
17.Martens P, Black C, Roberts J. Comparative indicators of population health and health care utilization for Regional Health Authorities (Presented at the Manitoba Health Community Health Assessment Unit Meeting, Winnipeg, MB, May 1999)
18.Martens P. Creating harmony in the global village (Presented at the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Canada 10th National Conference, Winnipeg, MB, May 1999)
19.Martens P. Giving children more (Presented at the La Leche League Canada-Central and Southern Ontario Area Conference, Burlington, ON, May 1999)
20.Martens P. The Manitoba infant feeding study-findings (Presented at the St. Boniface Hospital Nursing and Allied Health Research Lunch Seminar Series, Winnipeg, MB, April 1999)
21.Martens P. Obstetrics and gynecological issues-breastfeeding case studies (Invited guest speaker at the Continuing Medical Education Session, Steinbach, MB, March 1999)
22.Menec V. Predictors of successful aging: A six-year longitudinal study (Presented at the Annual Conference of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CA, November 1999)
23.Menec V. Bed shortages in Winnipeg hospitals: Misconceptions and facts (Presented at the Colloquium and Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, Winnipeg, MB, October 1999)
24.Menec V, Roos N, Nowicki D, MacWilliam L, Finlayson G, Black C. Bed shortages in Winnipeg hospitals: Sorting fact from fiction (Presented at the 3rd International Conference on the Scientific Basis of Health Services, Toronto, ON, October 1999)
25.Menec V, Roos N, Black C, Bogdanovic B. Characteristics of patients who continuously seek care from the same clinic (Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Health Services Research, Chicago, IL, June, 1999)
26.Menec V, Roos N, Black C, Bogdanovic B. Differences in patient mix across clinics in a universal health care system: Implications for capitation funding (Presented at the Annual Conference of the Assocaition for Health Services Research, Chicago, IL, June 1999)
27.Menec V, Roos N, Nowicki D, MacWilliam L. The role of influenza in hospital admissions: A case for influenza vaccination (Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Health Services Research, Chicago, IL, June 1999)
28.Menec V. Current deliverables: Rostering and Seasonality (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
29.Metge C. Are you getting the most of your medication? (Presented at the "On the Edge" Series, Vice-President of Research Office, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 1999)
30.Metge C. Defined daily dose - the preferred population-based measure for intensity of pharmaceutical use? (Presented at the Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics Annual Scientific Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 1999)
31.Metge C. Drug assessment and formulary development: A response from academia (Presented at the Canadian Association of Population Therapeutics Annual Scientific Meeting, Halifax, NS, May 1999)
32.Metge C. Pharmaceutical use by Manitoba's elderly (Presented at the Centre on Aging Annual Scientific Meeting, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 1999)
33.Nicol P. Database organization (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
34.Roos L, Jebamani L. Data files: Hospital, physician, and pharmaceutical (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
35.Roos L, Jebamani L. Overview, methods, and registries (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
36.Roos N. Manitoba Centre: Overview and future directions (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
37.Roos L, Fergusson P, Burchill C, Jebamani L, Dueck S. A concept dictionary:Purpose, directions, and use (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 90th Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
38.Roos L, Jebamani L, Forsyth S. Evaluating the quality of administrative data (Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association 90th Annual Conference, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
39.Roos L. Aggregate measures versus multiple indicators (Presented at the International Working Group on Quality Indicators meeting and The Commonwealth Fund, New York, NY, March 1999)
40.Roos L. Manitoba approaches (Presented at the International Working Group on Quality Indicators meeting at the Commonwealth Fund, New York, NY, March 1999)
41.Shapiro E. Home care in Canada - health care services or industry? (Presented at the Conference on "New Frontiers in Health Care: A Transnational Dialogue" University of Windsor, Windsor, MB, March 1999)
42.Turner D. Record linkage - key concepts (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)
43.Turner D. Record linkage and the rumpelstiltskin effect: Turning straw into gold (Presented at the Colloquium & Grand Rounds, Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, February 1999)
44.Wajda A. hardware/operating systems.communication (Presented at the Quality of Administrative Data and Concept Dictionary Workshop, Winnipeg, MB, June 1999)

1998


1.Black C. Population health: What does it mean for Parkland? (Invited guest speaker at the Parkland Regional Health Authority General Meeting, Dauphin, MB, November 1998)
2.Metge C, Black C, Kozyrskyj A, Peterson S. Describing pharmaceutical use from a population-based perspective: Manitoba 1996. Can J Clin Pharmacol 1998;5:62. Abstract.
3.Mustard C. Population perspective on the gender use of health care resources: The respective roles of reproductive care and mortality (Rounds presentation, Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, November 1997)
4.Peschken CA, El-Gabalawy HS, Roos LL, Esdaile JM. The prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis: Administrative data with clinical dataset validation (Presented at the American College of Rheumatology 62nd national meeting, San Diego, CA, November, 1998)
5.Peschken CA, El-Gabalawy HS, Roos LL, Esdaile JM. Algonkian Indians have twice the frequency of rheumatoid arthritis with a younger age of onset. Arthritis Rheum 1998;41(9(Suppl)):0-0. Abstract.
6.Peschken CA, El-Gabalawy HS, Roos LL, Esdaile JM. The prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis: Administrative data with clinical dataset validation. Arthritis Rheum 1998;41(9(Suppl)):0-0. Abstract.
7.Peschken CA, El-Gabalawy HS, Roos LL, Esdaile JM. Algonkian Indians have twice the frequency of rheumatoid arthritis with a younger age of onset (Presented at the American College of Rheumatology 62nd national meeting, November 8-12, 1998, San Diego, CA)
8.Roos LL. Use of administrative health data for epidemiology and disease surveillance (Presented at Research Day, Area-Wide Epidemiology and Biostatics Network, Edmonton, AB, May 1998)
9.Roos LL. Population-based administrative data on health care systems: Their use for health services and health policy research (Presented at the "Public Understanding of Vaccination" Conference, Pasteur Merieux MSD held in Monaco, France, April 1998)
10.Roos LL. Delivering prevention: The role of public programs in servicing high risk populations (Presented at the Research Progress Series, Winnipeg, MB, February 1998)
11.Roos LL, Roos NP, Soodeen R, Walld R, Kaul P. Weathering health reform in Canada: Cardiovascular procedures, equity, and international comparisons (Presented at the Center for Economic Policy Research and the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Conference, Stanford, CA, February 1998)
12.Shapiro E. Desiginin and delivering health care reform which fosters seniors' independence (Presented at the Annual Meeting of Canadian Association of Gerontology, Halifax, NS, October 1998)
13.Shapiro E. Health and social services. Doing it better. What works and why (Keynote Address, Meetings of the Ontario Gerontological Association, Toronto, ON, May 1997)
14.Shapiro E. The Winnipeg experience with privatization (Seniors Action and Liaison Team, Edmonton, AB, May 1998)
15.Shapiro E. Unique, vital and growing: The ABC's of home care (Presented at the 11th Annual Health Policy Conference of the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, Hamilton, ON, May 1998)
16.Turner D, Roos LL, Burchill C, Wajda A. Concept dictionary demonstration (Presented at the Information Technology in Community Health '98 Conference, Victoria, BC, November 1998)
17.Turner D, Roos LL, Traverse D, Stranc L, Harrison M, Bryant H, Fields ALA. Forging ahead: Applying linkage in cancer prevention (Presented at the ITCH Program Committee Conference, Victoria, BC, November 1998)

1997


1.Frohlich N, Godard J, Oppenheimer JA, Starke F. Employee vs. conventionally owned and controlled firms: An experimental analysis (MacArthur Foundation Inequality and Economic Performance Research Network Meetings, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; November 1997)
2.Frohlich N, Oppenheimer JA. On measuring self interest through dictator experiments: Some more doubts (1997 Meetings of the Economic Sciences Association, Tucson, AZ, September 1997)
3.Horrocks J. Generalized linear models (Generalized estimating equations notes from workshop, MCHP, Winnipeg, MB, January 5, 1997)
4.Manfreda J, Dik N, Tate RB, Roos LL, Anthonisen NR. Risk factors for physician diagnosed asthma during the first six years of life. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1997;157:0-0. Abstract.
5.Manfreda J, Dik N, Tate RB, Roos LL, Anthonisen NR. Risk factors for physician diagnosed asthma during the first six years of life (Presented at the American Thoracic Society, San Francisco, CA, April 1997)
6.Muhajarine N, Mustard CA, Roos LL, Young TK, Gelskey DE, Reeder B. Socioeconomic status and cardiovascular disease-related health service use in Manitoba. Am J Epidemiol 1997;145(Suppl)(11):S83. Abstract.
7.Muhajarine N, Mustard C, Roos LL, Young TK, Gelskey DE, Reeder B. Socio-economic status and cardiovascular disease-related health service use in Manitoba (Society for Epidemiologic Research, 30th Annual Scientific Meeting, Edmonton, AB, June 1997)
8.Muhajarine N, Reeder BA, Roos LL. Validity of ischemic heart disease diagnosis n administrative data: A comparison of physician and hospital files with the Rose questionnaire (London, ON, May 1997)
9.Mustard C. Ethics of non-consensual research in epidemiology (Epidemiology and Community Health Student Research Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, November 1997)
10.Mustard C. Population perspective on the gender use of health care resources: The respective roles of reproductive care and mortality (Institute for Work and Health, Toronto, ON, November 1997)
11.Mustard C. Missing the fit in health care service delivery in high need urban populations (Urban Health Policy Conference, The Wellesley Central Hospital, Toronto, ON, October 1997)
12.Mustard C. Needs-based funding for Regional Health Authorities in Manitoba (Annual Rural and Northern Healthcare Meeting, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, Winnipeg, MB, September 1997)
13.Mustard C. Equity principles in teh Regional Health Authority funding formula in Manitoba (Ethics Issues in the Regionalization of Health Services, Biomedical Ethics Workshop, Brandon, MB, September 1997)
14.Mustard C. Manitoba's new privacy legislation: The view from a researcher (Annual Meeting, Manitoba Association of Rights and Liberties, Winnipeg, MB, June 1997)
15.Mustard C. Thoughts on prioritizing medical technology and other health producing investments (4th Annual Silver Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, May 1997)
16.Mustard C. Assessing equity of access to medical care in relation to need: How well does the Canadian system perform? (Department of Community Health Sciences, Calgary, AB, April 1997)
17.Mustard C. Health reform: Smoke and mirrors or fundamental change? (Keynote Address, Annual General Meeting, Nova Scotia Association of Health, Halifax, NS, November 1997)
18.Norregaard JC, Bernth-Petersen P, Andersen TF, Anderson GF, Alonso J, Black C. Comparative results of the International Cataract Outcomes Study, United States, Canada, Denmark and spain (Invited presentation at the XI European Ophthalmologic Congress, June 1997)
19.Pieta J, Delaive K, Kryger MH, Roos LL. Obesity hypoventilation patients use more health care resources five years prior to diagnosis. 1997:468-468. Abstract.
20.Pieta J, Delaive K, Kryger MH, Roos LL. Obesity hypoventilation patients use more health care resources five years prior to diagnosis (Presented at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies 11th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, June 10-15, 1997)
21.Ronald J, Delaive K, Roos LL, Manfreda J, Kryger MH. Obstructive sleep apnea patients have increased relative risk of co-morbidity prior to apnea diagnosis (Presented at the Associated Professional Sleep Societies 11th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, June 10-15, 1997 and in their Abstract Book)
22.Ronald J, Delaive K, Roos LL, Manfreda J, Kryger MH. Obstructive sleep apnea patients are heavy users of health care resources ten years prior to diagnosis (8th Rappaport Symposium and 2nd Annual Meeting of the Israeli Society for Sleep Research, Zichron Yaakov, Israel, March 1997)
23.Roos LL. Presentation of Research Program (Presented at CIAR Review Committee Meeting for Population Health, Winnipeg, MB, July 7, 1997)
24.Roos NP. Discussant presentation (In proceedings of the second trilateral physician workforce conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 14-16, 1997)
25.Roos LL. Research program presentation (CIAR Review Committee Meeting for Population Health, Winnipeg, MB, March 1997)
26.Shapiro E. Towards the 21st century. A personal vision of community care ("Looking Ahead After Restructuring. Evaluating Future Needs of Ontario's Communities and Delivery Opportunities" Metropolitan Order of Nurses Centenary Forum, Toronto, ON, November 1997)
27.Shapiro E. Long-term care policy. Efficacy of policy change (Symposium on Long-Term Care Policy, Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. "Aging Beyond 2000. One World One Future" Adelaide, Australia, August 1997
28.Shapiro E. Retaining what's best as reform proceeds (Keynote addrress, Manitoba Health Organization Symposium on Rural Health, Brandon, MB, January 1997)
29.Sinclair D, MacKinnon D, Brownell M. Preparing for the hospital of the future: A look at the Ontario's hospital restructuring program and the changing role of medicine, acute care facilities and home care (Institute for International Research Conference, Toronto, ON, April 1997). 1997; 0-0.
30.Turner D. An enterprising idea: Using administrative data for health research in Manitoba (Special Rounds, Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton, AB, December 1997)

1995


1.Romano PS, Delaive K, Roos LL, Manfreda J, Kryger MH. Ascertaining postpartum maternal complications from hospital discharge data (Presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Association for Health Serivces Research, Chicago, IL, June 4-6, 1995)
2.Thomson GTD, Minish E, Roos LL, Blanchard JF. Reiter's syndrome and public health policy. Arthritis Rheum 1995;(Suppl)38(9):S381. Abstract.

1991


1.Mustard CA. Maternal demographic characteristics and the incidence of low birthweights in Manitoba, 1979-1989 (Presented at the CPHA 82nd Annual Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, June 19, 1991)
2.Roos NP. Urban small area analysis: Defining hospital service populations (Presented at the Regnestrief Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 27-29, 1991)
3.Shapiro E. Administrative data in longitudinal research: Does government want or need our advice for policy making and planning? (Presented at the Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, November 1991)
4.Wall RW, Roos NP. Assessing the impact of environmental quality on population health: A role for administrative databases (Presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Helsinki, Finland, June 1991)
5.Wall RW, Roos NP, Roos LL, Horne J, Zajec A. Information to manage the Manitoba health care system: Beyond technology assessment (Presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Helsinki, Finland, June 1991)

1990


1.Shapiro E. Continuum of care: The institutional-community connection (Presented at Newfoundland Hospital and Home Care Association, Grand Falls, Newfoundland, November 1990)

1989


1.Montgomery PR, Kirshen AJ, Roos NP. Aging and the use of medical services in the years before death. Clin Invest Med 1989;12(4):B44. Abstract.


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