Mixed Methods

Jill Bally

Email

jill.bally@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Supporting Indigenous Family Caregivers of Children with Life-Threatening and Life-Limiting Illness in Saskatchewan

  • Examining Parents' Online Accounts of Caring for a Child with Cancer

  • Evaluating a Theory-Based Hope Intervention to Support Parents of Children with Life Limiting and Life Threatening Illnesses

Select Publications

  • A Metasynthesis: Uncovering What Is Known About the Experiences of Families With Children Who Have Life-limiting and Life-threatening Illnesses. (link)

  • Understanding Parental Experiences Through Their Narratives of Restitution, Chaos, and Quest: Improving Care for Families Experiencing Childhood Cancer. (link)

  • Keeping hope possible: a grounded theory study of the hope experience of parental caregivers who have children in treatment for cancer. (link)

Expertise

  • Pediatric Family Nursing

  • Qualitative Methods

  • Mixed Methods

  • Grounded Theory

 

Brenna Bath

Email

brenna.bath@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • A Community-Informed Team and Technology Approach to Chronic Back Pain Management in Partnership with a Northern Saskatchewan Cree First Nation

Select Publications

  • Bridging Health Care Access Gaps in a Remote Indigenous Community (link)

  • Advancing Interprofessional Primary Health Care Services in Rural Settings for People with Chronic Low Back Disorders: Protocol of a Community-Based Randomized Controlled Trial (link)

  • Case Report: Using a Remote Presence Robot to Improve Access to Physical Therapy for People with Chronic Back Disorders in an Underserved Community (link)

  • Get 'Er Done: Experiences of Canadian Farmers Living with Chronic Low Back Disorders (link)

  • Self-reported use of family physician, chiropractor and physiotherapy services among adult Canadians with chronic back disorders: an observational study (link)

  • Back pain? A physiotherapist may offer the most effective treatment, if you can afford it (link)

  • Enhancing Access to Physical Therapy Services for People Experiencing Poverty and Homelessness: The Lighthouse Pilot Project (link)

  • Patient and referring health care provider satisfaction with a physiotherapy spinal triage assessment service (link)

Expertise

  • Health Services Research

  • Mixed Methods

  • Epidemiology

Cheryl Camillo

Email

Cheryl.Camillo@uregina.ca

Research Projects

  • Community Responses to the Repurposing of Rural Hospitals

  • Organizing at the Substate Level to Monitor Population Health: Lessons for States from Saskatchewan

  • Nationwide Adult Medicaid CAHPS (Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) Survey

  • Evaluating the Success of Maryland's Kids First Act Outreach at Identifying and Enrolling Uninsured Eligible Children in Medicaid or SHCIP

Select Publications

  • The U.S. Healthcare system: Complex and unequal (link)

Expertise

  • Mixed Methods

  • Population Health Research

  • Health and Social Systems Reforms

  • Knowledge Translation

Tracey Risling

Email

tracie.risling@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Developing a Mobile Application to Support Healthcare Transition Success for Adolescents with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • Healthcare Utilization and Access to Care in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Rural Saskatchewan

  • Investing in Future Healthcare Solutions: Collaborating with Saskatchewan Patients to Measure Empowerment and Improve eHealth Engagement

  • Connecting With Clinicians: Developing the 5-Min Digital Download to Advance Interpretive Description in Health-Care Research

Select Publications

  • Connecting With Clinicians: Developing the 5-Min Digital Download to Advance Interpretive Description in Health-Care Research (link)

  • Defining Empowerment and Supporting Engagement Using Patient Views From the Citizen Health Information Portal: Qualitative Study (link)

  • Evaluating Patient Empowerment in Association With eHealth Technology: Scoping Review (link)

Expertise

  • Health Informatics

  • Patient Empowerment

  • Patient Activation

  • Mixed Methods

Hazel Williams-Roberts

Email

Research Projects

  • A Collaborative Approach to Comprehensive Screening and Assessment of Fall Risk for Older Adults across the Continuum of Care in Saskatchewan

Select Publications

  • Facilitators and barriers of sociodemographic data collection in Canadian health care settings: a multisite case study evaluation (link)

  • What older adults want from their health care providers (link)

  • Acceptability of Asking about Indigenous Identity in Health Care Settings (link)

Expertise

  • Mixed Methods

  • Social Determinants of Health

  • Equity