Charles L, Parmar J, Dobbs BM, Brémault-Phillips S, Babenko O, Tian P. Decision-making capacity assessment (DMCA) training for physicians. Innovation in Aging 2017; 1(suppl 1): 203. [Abstract]
Charles L, Parmar J, Brémault-Phillips S, Dobbs BM, Sacrey L, Sluggett B. Decision-making capacity assessment education for physicians: Current state and future directions. Innovation in Aging 2017; 1(suppl 1): 203. [Abstract]
Parmar J. Review if facilitating and constraining influences on family caregiving in longterm care. Innovation in Aging 2017; 1(suppl 1): 808. [Abstract]
Wodchis W, Gruneir A, Thavorn K, Lane NE, Kone A, Bronskill S, Maxwell CJ. Health care outcomes for people with multiple chronic conditions in Ontario, Canada. Innovation in Aging 2017; 1(suppl 1): 1044. [Abstract]
Dickinson JA, Pimlott N, Grad R, Singh H, Szafran O, Wilson BJ, Groulx S, Thériault G, Bell NR. Screening: when things go wrong.Canadian Family Physician 2018; 64(7): 502-508. [Prevention in Practice]
Oandasan IF, Archibald D, Authier L, Lawrence K, McEwen LA, Mackay MP, Parkkari M, Ross S, Slade S. Future practice of comprehensive care: Practice intentions of exiting family medicine residents in Canada. Canadian Family Physician 2018; 64(7): 520-528.
Rochon PA, Gruneir A, Gill SS, Wu W, Zhu L, Herrmann N, Bell CM, Austin PC, Stall NM, McCarthy L, Giannakeas V, Alberga A, Seitz DP, Normand SL, Gurwitz JH, Bronskill SE. Initial cholinesterase inhibitor therapy dose and serious events in older women and men. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2018. July 18. [Epub ahead of print]
Myhre D, Szafran O, Schipper S, Dickinson J, Janke F. Scope of practice of family medicine graduates who completed rural vs urban program. Rural and Remote Health 2018; 18(3): 4514.
McDonald T, Seidel JE, Patel AB, Zhu H, Bailey AL, McBrien KA, Green LA. High-volume general practitioners in Alberta: A descriptive analysis. CMAJ Open 2018; 6(3): E254-E260.
Gruneir A, Cigsar C, Wang X, Newman A, Bronskill SE, Anderson GM, Rochon PA. Repeat emergency department visits by nursing home residents: A cohort study using health administrative data. BMC Geriatrics 2018; 18: 157.
Besney JD, Angel C, Pyne D, Martell R, Keenan L, Ahmed R. Addressing women's unmet health care needs in a Canadian Remand Center: Catalyst for Improved Health? Journal of Correctional Health Care 2018; 24(3): 276-294.
Sturgiss E, Madigan CD, Klein D, Elmitt N, Douglas K. Metabolic syndrome and weight management programs in primary care: A comparison of three international healthcare systems.
Simone K, Ahmed RA, Konkin J, Campbell S, Hartling L, Oswald AE. What are the features of targeted or system-wide initiatives that affect diversity in health professions trainees? A BEME systematic review: BEME Guide No. 50. Medical Teacher 2018. Jul 22. [Epub ahead of print]
Lindblad AJ, Korownyk C. Comparison of five major guidelines for statin use in primary prevention. Annals of Internal Medicine 2018; 169(1): 66-67. [letter]
Mountjoy M, Sundgot-Borgen J, Burke L, Ackerman KE, Blauwet C, Constantini N, Lebrun C, Lundy B, Melin A, Meyer N, Sherman R, Tenforde AS, Torstveit MK, Budgett R. International Olympic Committee (IOC) consensus statement on relative energy deficiency in sport (RED-S): 2018 update. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 2018; 28(4): 316-331.
Ellaway RH, Mackay MP, Lee S, Hofmeister M, Malin G, Archibald D, Lawrence K, Dogba J, Côté L, Ross S. The Impact of a National Competency-Based Medical Education Initiative in Family Medicine. Academic Medicine 2018. July 31. [Epub ahead of print]
Duggleby W, Ploeg J, McAiney C, Peacock S, Fisher K, Ghosh S, Markle-Reid M, Swindle J, Williams A, Triscott JA, Forbes D, Jovel Ruiz K. Web-based intervention for family carers of persons with dementia and multiple chronic conditions (My Tools 4 Care): Pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018; 20(6): e10484.
Perry D, Kolber MR, Korownyk C, Lindblad AJ, Ramji J, Ton J and Allan GM. (2018). Top studies relevant to primary care practice. Canadian Family Physician 64(4): 280-285.
Howard M, Bernard C, Klein D, Elston D, Tan A, Slaven M, Barwich D, You JJ, Heyland DK. (2018). Barriers to and enablers of advance care planning with patients in primary care: Survey of health care providers. Canadian Family Physician 64(4): e190-e198.
Bester K, Ton J, Korownyk C. (2018). Sulfonylurea treatment in type 2 diabetes. Canadian Family Physician 64(4): 295. [Tools for Practice]
Kolber MR, Ross S. (2018). Skills, practice Patterns, and knowledge of Canadian family physician endoscopists. Family Medicine 50(3): 212-216. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2018.877757
Babenko O, Oswald A. (2018). The roles of basic psychological needs, self-compassion, and self-efficacy in the development of mastery goals among medical students. Medical Teacher, Mar 1: 1-4. doi: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1442564. [Epub ahead of print]
Fenwick PH, Jeejeebhoy K, Dhaliwal R, Royall D, Brauer P, Tremblay A, Klein D, Mutch DM. (2018). Lifestyle genomics and the metabolic syndrome: A review of genetic variants that influence response to diet and exercise interventions. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition; Feb 5: 1-12. doi: 10.1080/10408398.2018.1437022. [Epub ahead of print]
Batchelor B, Janke F, Geller B. (2018). A step in the right direction: Continuous mentorship programs as part of a multidimensional credentialing and privileging process for rural surgery and obstetrics. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine 12(2): 58-59.
Barker LC, Gruneir A, Fung K, Herrmann N, Kurdyak P, Lin E, Rochon PA, Seitz D, Taylor VH, Vigod SN.(2018). Predicting psychiatric readmission: Sex-specific models to predict 30-day readmission following acute psychiatric hospitalization. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 53(2): 139-149. DOI:10.1007/s00127-017-1450-5
Mullan A, Hamza D, Ross S. (2018, March). Integrating elements of observable behaviour into an effective progress report to make high stakes decisions on resident competence (2018, March). Poster presented at the 63rd Annual Scientific Assembly of the Alberta College of Family Physicians, March 2, Banff, AB. This poster received 1st Place Reviewer’s Choice Award!
Ding, M., Babenko, O., Koppula, S., Oswald, A., & White, J. (2018, March). Physicians as teachers and lifelong learners: The roles of basic psychological need satisfaction and involvement in clinical teaching. Poster presented at the 63rd Annual Scientific Assembly of the Alberta College of Family Physicians, March 2, Banff, AB, Canada. This poster received the 3rd Place Reviewer’s Choice Award!
Kostov, S., Koppula, S., & Babenko, O. (2018). Gender differences in women’s health and maternity care training: A scoping review. AMEE MedEdPublish. Themed Issue: Diversity in Medical Education. doi: 10.15694/mep.2018.0000050.1
Babenko, O., Szafran, O., Koppula, S., & Au, L. (2018). Motivations for learning of family medicine residents trained in competency-based education. Education for Primary Care, 29(2), 86-93. DOI:10.1080/14739879.2017.1362666
Babenko, O., & Oswald, A. (2018). The roles of basic psychological needs, self-compassion, and self-efficacy in the development of mastery goals among medical students. Medical Teacher. Online first, doi: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1442564
McAlister FA, Bakal JA, Green L, Bahler B, Lewanczuk R. (2018). The effect of provider affiliation with a primary care network on emergency department visits and hospital admissions. CMAJ, 190: E276-284. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.170385
Bell NR, Dickinson JA, Grad R, Singh H, Kasperavicius D, Thombs BD. (2018). Understanding and communicating risk: Measures of outcome and the magnitude of benefits and harms. Canadian Family Physician 2018; 64: 181-185. [Prevention in Practice]
Perry D, Lindblad AJ, Islam B, Korownyk C. Benefits of early peanut introduction. (2018). Canadian Family Physician, 64: 201. [Tools for Practice]
Binczyk NM, Babenko O, Schipper S, Ross S. (2018). Common factors among family medicine residents who encounter difficulty. Family Medicine. 50(4):300-303.
Garcia-Rodriguez JA, Dickinson JA, Perez G, Ross D, Au L, Ross S, Babenko O, Johnston I. (2018). Procedural knowledge and skills of residents entering Canadian family medicine programs in Alberta. Family Medicine, 50: 10-21. doi: 10.22454/FamMed.2018.968199