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The library is a searchable online bilingual database of peer-reviewed literature, grey literature, as well as data resources on all matters related to health human resources within and concerning Canada.

I see and I remain silent

The discourse of silence in nursing is ubiquitous. This dominant and domineering discourse is insidiously embedded in nursing practice. In this paper, I examine the ontological, epistemological, and ethical constructs of the discourse of silence in nursin ...

Language:English
AuthorSanders W
Year2011

I was never recruited challenges in cross Canada nurse mobility

Canada

The internal migration of nurses within Canada has had limited study. This paper reports the results of a survey of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses who had migrated between the provinces and territories in Canada. Factors contributing to i ...

Language:English
AuthorMcGillis Hall L, Peterson J, Price S, Andrews G, Lalonde M,
Year2013
Type of Data Source

I was never recruited: Challenges in cross Canada nurse mobility

The internal migration of nurses within Canada has had limited study. This paper reports the results of a survey of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses who had migrated between the provinces and territories in Canada. Factors contributing to i ...

Language:English
AuthorMcGillis Hall L, Peterson J, Price S, Andrews G, Lalonde M, Harris A, MacDonald-Rencz S
Year2013
Type of Data Source

I was never recruited: Challenges in cross-Canada nurse mobility.

Canada, Canada

The internal migration of nurses within Canada has had limited study. This paper reports the results of a survey of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses who had migrated between the provinces and territories in Canada. Factors contributing to i ...

Language:English
AuthorHall L M, Peterson J, Sheri S, Andrews G, Lalonde M, Harris A, MacDonald-Rencz S
Year2013
Type of Data Source

ICES Report: Is there a doctor in the emergency department

Ensuring that there are enough physicians to staff the emergency department (ED) is a major issue for hospital managers. According to a recent ICES Practice Atlas on ED Services in Ontario (Chan et al.2001), this task may become increasingly difficult. Fr ...

Language:English
AuthorChan B
Year2001

Ideal and actual involvement of community pharmacists in health promotion and prevention: A cross-sectional study in Quebec, Canada

BACKGROUND: An increased interest is observed in broadening community pharmacists' role in public health. To date, little information has been gathered in Canada on community pharmacists' perceptions of their role in health promotion and prevention; howev ...

Language:English
AuthorLaliberté M C, Perreault S, Damestoy N, Lalonde L
Year2012

Identification of recruitment and retention strategies for rehabilitation professionals in Ontario, Canada: Results from expert panels

BACKGROUND: Demand for rehabilitation services is expected to increase due to factors such as an aging population, workforce pressures, rise in chronic and complex multi-system disorders, advances in technology, and changes in interprofessional health ser ...

Language:English
AuthorTran D, McGillis-Hall L, Davis A, Landry M D, Burnett D, Berg K, Jaglal S
Year2008

Identification of safety outcomes for Canadian home care clients: Evidence from the resident assessment instrument--home care reporting system concerning emergency room visits

Problems of patient safety have been well documented in hospitals. However, we have very limited data about patient safety problems among home care clients. The purpose of this study was to assess the burden of safety problems among Canadian home care cli ...

Language:English
AuthorDoran D M, Hirdes J, Poss J, Jantzi M, Blais R, Baker GR, Pickard J
Year2009

Identification of the physician workforce providing palliative care in Ontario using administrative claims data

Background: Little is known about the physician workforce providing palliative care in Canada, and in Ontario specifically. We developed an algorithm to identify palliative care physicians using administrative claims data and validated it against a refere ...

Language:Directory
AuthorBarbera L, Hwee J, Klinger C, Jembere N, Seow H, Pereira J
Year2015

Identifying and testing factors that influence supervisors' abilities to develop supportive relationships with their staff

Our study found that having supportive supervisors (registered nurses and registered practical nurses) was a key factor that influenced the job satisfaction and job stress of healthcare aides and personal support workers in long-term care. Likewise, the i ...

Language:English
AuthorMcGilton K S, McGillis Hall L, Pringle D, O'Brien-Pallas L, Krejci J
Year2004

Identifying barriers to mental health system improvements: An examination of community participation in assertive community treatment programs

BACKGROUND: Integrating the best available evidence into program standards is essential if system-wide improvements in the delivery of community-based mental health services are to be achieved. Since the beginning of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT ...

Language:English
AuthorWakefield P A, Randall G E, Richards D A
Year2011

Identifying educationally influential specialists: Issues arising from the use of "classic" criteria

INTRODUCTION: Educationally influential physicians (EIPs) are identified by their colleagues as people who (1) encourage learning and enjoy sharing their knowledge, (2) are clinical experts and always seem up to date, and (3) treat others as equals. We ai ...

Language:English
AuthorWright F C, Ryan D P, Dodge J E, Last L D, Law C H, Smith A J
Year2004

Identifying patients in financial need: Cancer care providers' perceptions of barriers

Some eligible patients with financial hardship may not be referred to assistance programs because cancer care providers do not know the full extent of patients' needs. This article describes barriers cancer care providers face in identifying patients who ...

Language:English
AuthorMathews M, Park A D
Year2009

Identifying Physicians in Comprehensive Primary Care Practice, or ‘Who’s Doing What in Primary Care?/Indentitifer les médecins dans l’ensemble de la pratique des soins de santé primaires . , ou ‘Qui fait quoi dans les soins primaires?

-Study began in 2009 as a ‘pre-cursor’ to larger program of study looking at changes in primary care billings over time -Purpose was to make sure physicians included were all actually ‘doing primary care’ -Secondary question: If they are GP/FPs and they ...

Language:English/French
AuthorSue Schultz, Rick Glazier, Audrey Laporte
Year2014

Identifying potential academic leaders: Predictors of willingness to undertake leadership roles in an academic department of family medicine.

To identify variables associated with willingness to undertake leadership roles among academic family medicine faculty. DESIGN: Web-based survey. Bivariate and multivariable analyses (logistic regression) were used to identify variables associated wit ...

Language:English
AuthorWhite D, Krueger P, Meaney C, Antao V, Kim F, Kwong JC
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Identifying public health competencies relevant to family medicine

Public health situations faced by family physicians and other primary care practitioners, such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and more recently H1N1, have resulted in an increased interest to identify the public health competencies relevant t ...

Language:English
AuthorHarvey B J, Moloughney B W, Iglar K T
Year2011

Identifying relationships between the professional culture of pharmacy, pharmacists’ personality traits, and the provision of advanced pharmacy services

Abstract Background Legislative changes are affording pharmacists the opportunity to provide more advanced pharmacy services. However, many pharmacists have not yet been able to provide these services sustainably. Research from implementation science ...

Language:English
AuthorRosenthal M, Tsao N W, Tsuyuki R T, Marra C A
Type of Data Source

Identifying research priorities in long term care homes

Concerns about the quality of care in long term care (LTC) homes range from inadequate daily care to understaffing and insufficient funding. LTC decision makers are challenged to keep up with the changing demographics of residents admitted to LTC who have ...

Language:English
AuthorBrazil K, Maitland J, Ploeg J, Denton M
Year2012

Identifying standards, meeting expectations: Comparing regulatory standards and community health nursing practice standards

In Canada, standards from regulatory and professional bodies provide a framework for nursing practice. In a research study, the authors compared the national standards of practice developed for community health nurses by the Community Health Nurses Associ ...

Language:English
AuthorFuller E, Kneeshaw C, Baumann A, Deber R
Year2008

Identifying Strategies to Decrease Overtime, Absenteeism and Agency Use: Insights from Healthcare Leaders

Introduction: Working overtime, absenteeism and agency use can negatively impact working environments, the health of staff and patient outcomes, and increase healthcare costs. The purpose of this study was to explore how healthcare leaders in Ontario hosp ...

Language:English
AuthorJeffs L, Grinspun D, Closson T, Mainville M-C
Type of Data Source