Posters will be displayed during the in-person poster session and reception on March 31 (4:30-5:30 pm).

  1. The impact of family loss and separation on refugee youth in Canada: Implications for program development and policy revision

    Huda El-Zein, University of Toronto and Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services

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  3. Kidney Wellness Hub – The value of using patient & caregiver input to develop health promotion and disease prevention resources for kidney patients

    Katherine Coatta, Reichert and Associates

  4. Public engagement in Canada’s long-term care (LTC) policymaking

    Jeonghwa You, McMaster University

  5. Using primary care electronic medical record data in British Columbia, Canada to implement an electronic frailty index

    Manpreet Thandi, University of BC

  6. Health surveillance of community-dwelling, person-living-with-dementia and caregiver dyads

    Mary Helmer-Smith, University of BC

  7. The future of nursing in BC: Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the nursing shortage in British Columbia

    Shuyi Chua, BC Nurses’ Union

  8. Access to primary care among im/migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of population-based linked administrative data

    Cecilia Sierra-Heredia, Simon Fraser University

  9. Honouring Indigenous ways of knowing in primary health care policy development to promote health equity for Indigenous peoples living across Treaties 6, 7, and 8

    Danika Goveas, University of Alberta

  10. 7 Caring Teachings Model: Indigenous teachings for health care professionals to support the stages of life

    Gracie Kelly, Chilliwack Division of Family Practice

  11. Lucira COVID-19 All-In-One Test Kit Use with Tahltan First Nation

    Veena Claudia Mudaliar, University of BC

  12. Validation of the SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Self Test Nasal in an asymptomatic sample

    Lanting Cheng, University of BC

  13. Evaluation of primary care patient reported experience and outcomes measures across Canada to inform optimal approaches to primary care delivery for people with complex needs

    Sabrina Wong, University of BC

  14. Impact of team-based care on outcomes for people living with multimorbidity in primary care practices: A protocol for a systematic review

    Innocent Ndateba, University of BC

  15. Using electronic medical record data to provide insights into primary care service delivery

    Andy Gibb, University of BC

  16. Baseline inappropriate antibiotic use in primary care patients with viral respiratory tract infections in 2019 and 2020

    Anna Durance, University of BC

  17. Patient referrals from primary care to rheumatology in British Columbia, Canada

    Norma Biln, University of BC

  18. Improving the efficiency of patient referrals to rheumatology care: A scoping review of triage approaches from primary care

    Norma Biln, University of BC

  19. Development and process evaluation of an educational intervention to support primary care based sparing of opioid analgesics for pain from new or ongoing non-cancer causes among opioid naïve patients

    Shawna Narayan, University of BC

  20. Development and dissemination of evidence-informed healthcare reform strategies needed in the new normal

    Amity Elizabeth Quinn, University of Calgary

  21. Implementation of a provincial chest pain protocol is associated with a decrease in hospitalizations

    Ross Duncan, Michael Smith Health Research BC

  22. Factors associated with concordance between Virtual Physician advice and caller service utilization for urgently triaged callers to a nurse-managed provincial health information telephone service

    Ross Duncan, Michael Smith Health Research BC

  23. Infliximab and etanercept biosimilar switching among individuals living with inflammatory arthritis and psoriasis in British Columbia: An interrupted time series analysis

    Michael Law, University of BC

Poster Presentation Guidelines

  • Posters will be displayed during the in-person poster session and reception on March 31 (4:30-5:30 pm)
  • Two posters will be displayed on each 4 by 8 foot board, so posters should be 46 inches in height and 46 inches in width, or smaller