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Tarun Katapally

Email

tarun.katapally@uregina.ca

Research Projects

  • SMART Youth: A Digital Platform for Population Health Interventions (link)

  • SMART Indigenous Youth (link)

  • SMART Adults (link)

Select Publication

  • The SMART Study, a Mobile Health and Citizen Science Methodological Platform for Active Living Surveillance, Integrated Knowledge Translation, and Policy Interventions: Longitudinal Study (link)

  • Methodology to Derive Objective Screen-State from Smartphones: A SMART Platform Study (link)

  • Catalyzing Action on First Nations Respiratory Health Using Community-based Participatory Research: Integrated Knowledge Translation through Strategic Symposia (link)

  • A community-based participatory research methodology to address, redress, and reassess disparities in respiratory health among First Nations (link)

Expertise

  • Digital Epidemiology

  • Population Health Policy

  • Mobile Health

Malcolm King

Email

malcolm.king@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Development of the Patient-Oriented Research Level of Engagement Tool (PORLET)

  • Indigenous Knowledge Development Centres with a Focus on Wellness - Miyo-Pimâtisiwin

Select Publications

  • Water Journey: methods for exploring the research priorities for Indigenous peoples in Canada and hepatitis C

  • In the eyes of Indigenous Peoples in Canada: Exposing the underlying colonial etiology of Hepatitis C & the imperative for trauma-informed care (link)

  • A Synthesis: Indigenous Wellness Indicators Day. IAPH-FNHA-IGIHM Conference Report, 2018

Expertise

  • Determinants of Indigenous Health

  • Social Determinants of Health

  • Wellness

  • Indigenous Health

  • Interdisciplinary

Juxin Lui

Email

liu@math.usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Improving Health Outcomes of Kidney Recipients: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Pre-transplant Education Intervention

Select Publications

  • Randomised controlled trial of a video intervention and behaviour contract to improve medication adherence after renal transplantation: the VECTOR study protocol (link)

Expertise

  • Complex Data

  • Computational Methods

  • Bayesian Inference

Holly Mansell

Email

holly.mansell@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Improving Health Outcomes of Kidney Recipients: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Pre-transplant Education Intervention

  • Video Education and Behaviour Contract to Optimize Adherence in Renal Transplants (VECTOR)

  • A Qualitative Study to Explore the Needs of Lung Transplant Caregiver

Select Publications

  • Randomised controlled trial of a video intervention and behaviour contract to improve medication adherence after renal transplantation: the VECTOR study protocol (link)

  • Development of a patient-centered video series to improve education before kidney transplantation (link)

  • Education before kidney transplant: What do patients need to know? (link)

  • Health Literacy, Knowledge, and Patient Satisfaction Before Kidney Transplantation (link)

Expertise

  • Transplant

  • Pharmacy Practice

  • Patient Education

  • Patient-Oriented Research

Michelle McCarron

Email

Michelle.McCarron@saskhealthauthority.ca

Research Projects

  • Trans Health Research and Navigation SK

  • The 3 Wishes Project: Individualized, Patient-Oriented, Compassionate Care for Palliative Care Patients and Their Families

Select Publications

A prospective assessment of PTSD symptoms using analogue trauma training with nursing students. (link)

Experiences of trauma, depression, anxiety, and stress in western-Canadian HEMS personnel. (link)

Effectiveness of the Dedicated Substance Abuse Treatment Unit in the Regina Correctional Centre: A seven-year retrospective analysis. (link)

An innovative service collaboration to reduce criminal recidivism for inmates with severe addictions. (link)

Assessment and Treatment for Persons with Coexisting Ability and Substance Use Issues: A Review and Analysis of the Literature. (link)

Expertise

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Injuries

  • Mental Health & Addictions

  • Qualitative Methods

  • Ethics

Cory Neudorf

Email

cory.neudorf@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • Hotspotting mental health and addictions: Putting the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Strategy for Patient Oriented Research into action (link)

  • SPARK: Screening for Poverty and Related Social Determinants and Intervening to Improve Knowledge of and Links to Resources

Select Publications

  • Acceptability of asking about indigenous identity in an urban Canadian hospital: A patient perspective. (link)

  • The effect of socio-demographic factors on mental health and addiction high-cost use: a retrospective, population-based study in Saskatchewan. (link)

  • Concurrent Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders among frequent Emergency Department Users in Saskatchewan, Canada. (link)

Expertise

  • Health Inequities

  • Population Health Research

  • Social Determinants of Health

Nate Osgood

Email

nathaniel.osgood@usask.ca

Research Projects

  • The Impact of Service Dogs in the Lives of Veterans Who Problematically Use Opioids

  • A Journey With You: Indigenous Peer Navigation in Saskatchewan Cancer Care

  • A Combined Bio-Statistical and Behavioral Approach to Understanding Outcomes in Patients Living with HIV in Saskatchewan

  • Use of smartphones to assess active living (SMART Study)

  • Understanding the Experience of and Signs of Emergency Department Patients with Opioid-Related Complaints

  • Compassionate Care for those with Dementia Caregivers

  • Health Literacy for Patients Living with Mental Health and their Families

  • Patient and Staff Co-Design of Emergency Department Self-Triage

Publications

  • The SMART Study, a Mobile Health and Citizen Science Methodological Platform for Active Living Surveillance, Integrated Knowledge Translation, and Policy Interventions: Longitudinal Study (link)

  • Static metrics of impact for a dynamic problem: The need for smarter tools to guide suicide prevention planning and investment (link)

Expertise

  • Modelling

  • Utilizing POR to Inform Modelling

  • Computational and Informatics Tools to Capture the Patient Voice