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Primary Health Care Learning Series - 2020-10-21
Join us to learn about research and quality assurance projects being conducted by the primary and integrated health care community.

Dr. George Kephart (Dept. of Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University) will be presenting "Measuring the Complexity Case-Mix of Patient Needs to Inform the Design and Deployment of Collaborative Family Practice Teams.”
Dr. Ruth Martin-Misener (School of Nursing, Dalhousie University) will be presenting "Facilitators and Barriers to Addressing Patient Care Priorities in Collaborative Care Models in Nova Scotia: Focus Group and Interview Findings from a Rapid Review."

Oct 21, 2020 12:30 PM in Halifax

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Dr. George Kephart
@Dalhousie University
Dr. George Kephart is a Professor in the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology and the School of Health Administration at Dalhousie University. His research interests include health policy evaluation, equity and access to health services, chronic disease surveillance, and chronic disease management. His current research projects focus on the development of new patient reported measures of chronic disease self-management that can be used for clinical assessment and research, and using small area rate variation methods to measure differences in primary health care system performance between communities. He will be presenting some of the results from a rapid review of primary health care teams in Nova Scotia, with a focus on understanding how the attributes of collaborative family practice teams align with the needs of their patients.
Dr. Ruth Martin-Misener
@Dalhousie University
Dr. Ruth Martin-Misener is a Professor and the Director of the School of Nursing and Assistant Dean, Research, Faculty of Health at Dalhousie University. She is an Affiliate Scientist with Nova Scotia Health and the Maritime SPOR Support Unit and Co-Director of the Canadian Centre for Advanced Practice Nursing Research at McMaster University. The focus of her research is evaluation of the implementation and outcomes of the nurse practitioner role and innovative interprofessional team-based models in primary and long-term care.