|Dawn Stacey, RN, PhD|
|Annette M. O'Connor, PhD, FCAHS, FRSC
|Rodney Breau, MD, MSc|
|Jamie Brehaut, PhD|
|Geoffrey Dervin, MD, FRCSC|
|Sandra Dunn, RN, PhD
The Knowledge Translation Specialist for the Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN Ontario). She earned her Doctorate Degree in Nursing at the University of Ottawa with a focus on knowledge translation and shared decision making. She has academic appointments as Adjunct Professor, at the University of Ottawa and Queen's University and she is a Clinical Investigator at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute. Dr. Dunn is collaborating on Dr. Greg Moore's research team to develop patient decision aids to support shared decision making for parents facing extremely preterm birth at the threshold of viability.
|Ian Graham, PhD|
|Jeremy Grimshaw, MBChB, PhD, FRCGP PhD|
|France Légaré, MD, MSc, PhD, CCMF, FCMF|
|Luke Lavallée, MDCM, MSc, FRCSC|
|Margaret Lawson, MD, MSc, FRCP|
|Gregory Moore, MD, FRCPC
Dr. Gregory Moore is an academic neonatologist practicing in 3 neonatal intensive care units at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and The Ottawa Hospital. He is also an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa and a Clinical Investigator with the CHEO Research Institute and Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. His research areas of academic interest are bioethics with a focus on working with families when their baby may be born at an extremely low gestational age and post-graduate medical education.
|Mary Ann Murray, RN, PhD
Dr. Murray is the Advanced Practice Nurse for the Ottawa Hospital Home Dialysis Unit, Adjunct Professor at the University of Ottawa and an Associate Investigator in the Clinical Epidemiology Program at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Dr. Murray completed a PhD in Nursing at the University of Ottawa and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Ottawa and McGill University. Her research is focused on exploring and promoting shared decision making and evidence-informed practice for patients living with end stage chronic illness and complex multi-system disorders.
|Peter Tugwell, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FRCP|
|Graduate Students / Post-doctoral Fellows|
|Laura Boland, MSc, SLP-C
Laura is trained as a Speech-Language Pathologist and has worked in a variety of clinical settings in Ontario and Nova Scotia. She also worked as a Research Associate for Family Decision Services at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Laura is currently a Population Health PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa. With Dawn Stacey as her supervisor, Laura's research is examining implementation of shared decision making in pediatric practice.
|Lindsay Jibb, RN, PhD
Dr. Lindsay Jibb is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa being supervised by Dr. Dawn Stacey and Dr. Donna Johnston at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Lindsay has worked clinically as a staff nurse in the Division of Hematology/ Oncology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Her PhD at the University of Toronto focused on the development and evaluation of a smartphone-based real-time pain management support tool for adolescents with cancer. She holds a CIHR Postdoctoral fellowship focused on supporting youth with cancer and their parents, to engage in shared decision making.
|Janet Jull, OT, PhD
Dr. Janet Jull is trained as an occupational therapist with clinical, policy and health systems management experience. Janet's doctoral research focused on shared decision making and was conducted in partnerships with an Indigenous community. She currently holds a CIHR Postdoctoral fellowship and is part of the Integrated Knowledge Translation Research Network (Dr. Ian Graham). Janet's current project is focused on using ethical and equitable research approaches to test the shared decision making strategy developed in collaboration with Indigenous research partners during her PhD studies.
|Krystina Lewis, RN, MN, CCN(C)
Krystina Lewis is a PhD student in the University of Ottawa School of Nursing program under the supervision of Dr. Dawn Stacey. She has a Bachelor of Nursing Science from Queen's University and a Masters in Nursing from the University of Victoria. She has worked clinically with the cardiovascular population since 2007, particularly with the arrhythmia population with cardiovascular implantable devices. Her doctoral work is concerned with the development and evaluation of a patient decision aid for patients faced with the decision to replace their implantable cardioverter-defibrillator pulse generator.
|Logan Trenaman, BSc, MSc
Logan Trenaman is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Nick Bansback and Dr. Stirling Bryan. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Victoria, and a Masters in Population and Public Health from the University of British Columbia. His doctoral work is focused on the economics of patient decision aids. He is collaborating with Dr. Dawn Stacey to perform a cost-effectiveness analysis of decision aids for individuals considering hip and knee replacement surgery.
Last modified: 2017-02-07.