|Dawn Stacey, RN, PhD|
|Annette M. O'Connor, PhD, FCAHS, FRSC
|Jamie Brehaut, PhD|
|Geoffrey Dervin, MD|
|Ian Graham, PhD|
|Jeremy Grimshaw, MBChB, PhD, FRCGP PhD|
|Jennifer Kryworuchko, PhD, RN, CNCC(C)|
|France Légaré, MD, MSc, PhD, CCMF, FCMF|
|Margaret Lawson, MD, MSc, FRCP|
|Susan L Mitchell, MD, MPH|
|Peter Tugwell, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FRCP|
|George A. Wells, PhD, MSc|
|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.
|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.
Marie-Chantal Loiselle is a Professor at the University of Sherbrooke School of Nursing Sciences. She is responsible for the first year BScN biological sciences course. She is also involved in the post-baccalaureate program of the Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner in the course related to the therapeutic health care for chronic diseases, specifically chronic kidney disease. She practiced as a clinical nurse specialist in renal dialysis for more than seventeen years. She collaborated on several action-research projects that involved patients, their families and nurse professionals in renal dialysis in collaboration with researchers at the University of Sherbrooke. For the past few years, she has been interested in shared decision making and decision support interventions. Her PhD thesis subject is the development and evaluation of a decision support intervention to assist in the choice of renal replacement therapy for patients with advanced chronic kidney disease.
|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: 2015-05-15.