Quality Improvement

Krista Baerg

Email

dr.kbaerg@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Canadian Surveillance of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Children and Youth

  • SPOR Chronic Pain Network: Chronic Pain Registry

  • Medication Literacy for Youth with Chronic Pain

  • Bridging the gap between education and health: What youth and families need educators to know about chronic pain

  • iCanCope with Pain: An integrated smartphone and web self-management program for adolescents and young adults with chronic pain

Select Publications

  • #PartneringForPain (link)

  • Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program 2018 Annual Report (link)

Expertise

  • Clinical Pediatrics

  • Pediatric Chronic Pain

  • Pediatric Pain Management

  • Quality Improvement

Gary Groot

Email

gary.groot@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • The Indigenous Health Collective: Advancing Indigenous Health Knowledge in Saskatchewan.

  • Sâkipakâwin - Assessing the Support Needs for Saskatchewan Indigenous Cancer Patients and their Families: a Multi-method Study

  • Shared Decision Making in Early Stage Breast Cancer: The Development of a Culturally Competent Conceptual Framework Applicable for Aboriginal Patients.

  • Scaling up shared decision making for patient-centred care

Select Publications

Expertise

  • Realist Review

  • Realist Research

  • Quality Improvement

  • Implementation Science

  • Indigenous Health

Tanya Verrall

Email

tcv133@mail.usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Wellness – Building on Strengths: Working with Sturgeon Lake First Nations

  • Mmember of the Stakeholder Advisory Group for a Rapid Realist Review to examine the context and mechanisms for patient oriented research success

Select Publications

  • Community-based communication strategies to promote infant iron nutrition in northern Canada. (link)

  • Impact of a food-based approach to improve iron nutrition of at-risk infants in northern Canada. (link)

  • One size does not fit all: a qualitative content analysis of the importance of existing quality improvement capacity in the implementation of Releasing Time to Care: the Productive Ward™ in Saskatchewan, Canada. (link)

  • Taking a closer look: using statistical process control to identify patterns of improvement in a quality-improvement collaborative. (link)

Expertise

  • Indigenous Health

  • Implementation Science

  • Quality Improvement

  • Community Based Research