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Past Recipients of Distinguished Trainee Research Awards

 

2017 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Improving Risk Factor Management for Patients With Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review of Healthcare Interventions in Primary Care and Community Settings

Mark Murphy, MB BCh, BAO, MRCP, MICGP

 

2nd Place
An Analysis of Media Reports on Primary Care Out of Hours Service

Hamish Foster, BSc Hons, MBBS, MRCSE

3rd Place
Patterns of Multimorbidity, Polypharmacy and Risks of Adverse Drug Reactions in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of UK Biobank Participants

Peter Hanlon, MBChB, MSc

 


2016 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Deprescribing Preventive Cardiovascular Medication in Patients With Low Cardiovascular Disease Risk in General Practice –  The ECSTATIC Trial: A Cluster Randomized, Noninferiority 
Clare Luymes, MD, Leiden University Medical Center

 

2nd Place
Perspectives on Monitoring Youth With Ongoing Mental Health Problems in Primary Health Care: Family Physicians Are “Out of the Loop”

Kyleigh Schraeder, MSc, Western University

3rd Place
Why Do Female GPs Earn Less Than Their Male Colleagues?

Christopher Harrison, Bpsych, MSocH, University of Sydney

 

2015 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
What is the effect of peer support interventions on glycemic control? – A systematic review and meta-analysis
Sonal Patil, MD, University of Missouri
 

2nd Place
The Protective Effect of a High Sense of Coherence and Its Relation to Multimorbidity in Patients Aged 80 Years and Older: A Prospective Cohort Study
Pauline Boeckxstaens, MD, PhD, Community Health Centre of Ghent, Belgium 

3rd Place
Conducting Health Insurance Surveillance with Electronic Health Records
Brigit Hatch, MD, MPH, Oregon Health Science University



2013 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Development of Quality Indicators for Children in Primary Care: A Consensus Study of General Practitioners
Peter Gill, University of Oxford
 

2nd Place
Should Community-based Primary Care Physicians Provide Hospital Care?  Assessing Inpatient Volumes by Managing Generalists and Outcomes of Care in Ontario Hospitals
Heather White, University of Toronto

 

3rd Place
Excess Obesity Associated with Childbearing in Teenage Years
Tammy Chang, University of Michigan

 

2014 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Osteoporosis Screening in Primary Care: Identifying Targets to Maximize Appropriate Utilization
Anna Lee DeSista Amarnath, MD, MPH
 

2nd Place
Markers of Atherosclerosis in Relation to Presence and Progression of Knee Osteoarthritis: The Rotterham Study

Theun Hoeven, MD, MSc

 

3rd Place
Specialty Disrespect at an Academic Medical Center: Student Perspectives

Lauren Hughes, MD, MPH

 

2013 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Development of Quality Indicators for Children in Primary Care: A Consensus Study of General Practitioners
Peter Gill, University of Oxford
 

2nd Place
Should Community-based Primary Care Physicians Provide Hospital Care?  Assessing Inpatient Volumes by Managing Generalists and Outcomes of Care in Ontario Hospitals
Heather White, University of Toronto

 

3rd Place
Excess Obesity Associated with Childbearing in Teenage Years
Tammy Chang, University of Michigan

 

2012 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Stuart Cowburn, MS
 

2nd Place
Amy Gadoud, MBChB

3rd Place
Elizabeth Muggah, MD, CCFP, MPH


Works-in-Progress Posters Awards
Erica Brode, MPH
Sanam Zahedi 
Jennifer Rossen  

2013 Distinguished Trainee Research Awards Recipients 

Dr. Barbara Starfield Award
Development of Quality Indicators for Children in Primary Care: A Consensus Study of General Practitioners
Peter Gill, University of Oxford
 

2nd Place
Should Community-based Primary Care Physicians Provide Hospital Care?  Assessing Inpatient Volumes by Managing Generalists and Outcomes of Care in Ontario Hospitals
Heather White, University of Toronto

 

3rd Place
Excess Obesity Associated with Childbearing in Teenage Years
Tammy Chang, University of Michigan