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RESEARCH SHOWCASE – “The Power of Your Practice”

The ACFP is supportive of those who champion the importance of family medicine and primary care research, and highlights family medicine researchers and research in family medicine throughout the province of Alberta at our Family Medicine Summit – What’s Up Doc? Research Showcase. Power of Your Practice“. Our Research Showcase highlights outstanding research being conducted in primary care and family practice in Alberta and across Canada. The “The Power of Your Practice“ is a unique showcase of primary care and family medicine research dedicating an evening to research in Alberta and Canada. It is highly touted as the research

What’s Up Doc Research Showcase

Our Call for Research Abstracts was once again met with an extremely positive response. We received 51 excellent submissions, making the selection process very competitive. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract, and congratulations to the successful submitters!

REGISTRATION AND FEES

  • All presenters and co-presenters MUST pre-register before February 22, 2019.  Onsite registration is not permitted.
  • NOTE: Individuals who qualify to attend the 2019 Family Medicine Summit, and are already registered, DO NOT need to register as a Research Participant and pay an additional fee.

Research Showcase (Friday only) $150 (includes afternoon keynote, break, oral research presentation workshops, poster display and welcome reception) Research Participant (Friday & Saturday) $275 (includes Friday afternoon keynote, break, oral research presentation workshops, poster display, welcome reception, Saturday morning keynote, break, and morning research workshop TBA and lunch)

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ORAL PRESENTATIONS

  • R.A.A.P.I.D. PHONE CONSULTATIONS WITH OTOLARYNGOLOGISTS
  • ASTHMA AND YOUTH SOCCER: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE LEVEL OF ASTHMA AWARENESS AND TRAINING
  • PATIENT PERCEPTION ON RECEIVING SEASONAL INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS: A STUDY FROM ONE ACADEMIC FM
  • JUST COUGHS AND COLDS. MEDICAL STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF INTELLECTUAL STIMULATION IN FAMILY MEDICINE
  • CHILDHOOD ASTHMA IN PRIMARY CARE IN 2016
  • UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: EXAMINING THE QUALITY OF PRIMARY CARE EMR DATA IN ALBERTA
  • A NOVEL NORMATIVE APPROACH TO COUNTING GPS – ARE WE REALLY THAT OFF?
  • DESIGNING A CONVERSATION TOOL TO BETTER SUPPORT PRIMARY CARE OBESITY MANAGEMENT
  • HIGH VOLUME GPS AND HEALTH OUTCOMES IN ALBERTA

ORAL PRESENTATIONS Continued…

  • ENHANCING COMMUNITY HEALTH THROUGH PATIENT NAVIGATION, ADVOCACY AND SOCIAL SUPPORT – ENCOMPASS STUDY
  • SUPPORT-FM: SUPPORTING FAMILY PHYSICIANS TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY-BASED PRIMARY PALLIATIVE CARE FOR THEIR PATIENTS
  • WHILE MY THINKING IS CLEAR”: OUTCOMES FROM A FEASIBILITY PILOT OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY AND STEP-WISE PATHWAY FOR ADVANCE CARE PLANNING IN FAMILY MEDICINE
  • DO FAMILY PHYSICIANS’ CHARACTERISTICS AFFECT CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING?
  • ENCOURAGING SELF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE THROUGH FACILITATED AUDIT AND FEEDBACK
  • 2017/18 ADVANCE CARE PLANNING GOALS OF CARE DESIGNATION EVALUATION
  • THE IMPACT OF RURAL ROTATIONS ON URBAN BASED POSTGRADUATE LEARNERS: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Poster Display

  • TRANSITIONS IN CARE FROM ACUTE CARE TO HOME
  • A PRIMARY-CARE-NETWORK-BASED CLINICAL PATHWAY FOR DECISION-MAKING CAPACITY ASSESSMENT
  • DEPRESCRIBING BENZODIAZEPINES IN HOSPITALIZED SENIORS USING A PATIENT-EDUCATION INTERVENTION
  • A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF GYMNASTIC INJURIES
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING RURAL CAREER CHOICE OF URBAN BACKGROUND FAMILY MEDICINE GRADUATES: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
  • ARE SENIORS ADMITTED TO AND DISCHARGED FROM CALGARY HOSPITALS WITH TOO MANY MEDICATIONS?
  • DICLOFENAC MICROEMULSION FORMULATION FOR MILD TO MODERATE MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: A CASE SERIES
  • BASIC PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS OF PHYSICIANS ALONG THE CAREER CONTINUUM
  • FOSTERING RESILIENCE IN FAMILY CAREGIVERS OF SENIORS IN CARE
  • USING COGNITIVE TASK ANALYSIS IN PRIMARY CARE: TRANSFORMATION THROUGH INNOVATION

Poster Display Continued …

  • TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY AND SOCIAL ISOLATION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS
  • CLINICAL SYMPTOMS PREDICTING INFLUENZA INFECTION
  • VALIDATION OF AN ADULT ASTHMA SEARCH ALGORITHM
  • FOSTERING SEAMLESS TRANSITIONS OF CARE: A NOVEL COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE RAPID ACCESS UNIT AND THE FAMILY MEDICINE TEACHING CLINIC AT SOUTH HEALTH CAMPUS TO IMPROVE PATIENT CARE AT DISCHARGE
  • IS IT A BUILDING? MEDICAL STUDENT KNOWLEDGE OF THE PATIENT’S MEDICAL HOME, A QUALITATIVE STUDY
  • BARRIERS, FACILITATORS AND EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS TO INCREASE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER PRESCRIBING OF OPIOID AGONIST THERAPY (OAT): A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
  • INCREASING THE APPROPRIATENESS OF ANTIPSYCHOTIC AND SEDATIVE PRESCRIBING TO SENIORS IN WETASKIWIN

Poster Display Continued…

  • ADDRESSING SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME (SIDS) AND OTHER SLEEP-RELATED INJURIES AND DEATHS IN ALBERTA
  • THE CARE-OF-THE-ELDERLY HEALTH GUIDE
  • EVALUATION OF PRENATAL TSH TESTING IN ALBERTA
  • BUILDING CAPACITY FOR CHANGE
  • THE BEDMED STUDY – UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ONLINE STUDY PARTICIPATION COMPARED TO TRADITIONAL PAPER AND PHONE BASED INTERACTIONS
  • PATIENT-REPORTED OUTCOMES OF PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP) THERAPY FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS
  • EVALUATING MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN PRIMARY CARE USING STANDARD QUALITY METRICS
  • PATIENT-REPORTED OUTCOMES OF PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP) THERAPY FOR TENDINOPATHY
  • COLLABORATIVE SHOULDER PAIN CARE: SURGICAL WAIT TIMES AND FUNCTIONAL PATIENT OUTCOMES
  • ALBERTA EMS PEOLC ATR
  • DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A CASE DEFINITION FOR HEARING LOSS IN COMMUNITY-BASED OLDER ADULTS