Current Grants

Below is a list of our most recent grants:

Development of an innovative web-based educational program to teach the management of alcohol withdrawal. Borgundvaag, B., Kahan, M., Gray, S., Lee S., Perelman, S., McLeod, S., Selby, P., Detje, R., Kan, C. (2015). Toronto ON, UHN-MSH AFP Innovation Fund 2015. $112,899. An online resource to support the creation of senior-friendly emergency departments in Ontario. Melady, D., Sinha, S., Ovens, H., Carpenter, C., Bennett, J., McLeod, S. (2015). Toronto ON, UHN-MSH AFP Innovation Fund 2015. $111,663.  

The association and geographic variability of rates of ectopic pregnancy and chlamydia Infection. Varner, C., Kwong, J., McLeod, S., Borgundvaag, B. (2015). Toronto ON, Department of Family and Community Medicine Division of Emergency Medicine - Young Investigator Award. $5,000.

A novel technology for the early detection of bacteria in blood in patient with suspected sepsis. Borgundvaag, B. and McLeod, S. (2014). Toronto ON, Qvella. $35,000.

Emergency physicians’ ultrasound performance detecting intrauterine pregnancy and fetal cardiac activity. Varner, C. (2014).Toronto ON, Department of Family and Community Medicine Professional Development Fund Award for Manuscript Development.

Randomized controlled trial: The influence of graduated return to usual activities discharge instructions on symptoms of minor traumatic brain injury. Varner, C. (2014). College of Family Physicians of Canada - Janus Novice Researcher Grant. $5,000.

A novel approach to the assessment of alcohol withdrawal in the emergency department. Borgundvaag, B., Kahan, M, and Gray, S. (2013). Toronto, ON, UHN-MSH AFP Innovation Fund 2013. $101,581.

Fetal outcomes of patients with first trimester bleeding after detection of fetal cardiac activity on abdominal ultrasound in the emergency department. Varner, C. (2013). Toronto ON, Department of Family and Community Medicine Young Investigator Award. $5,000.

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