CSIM Evaluation Form - CSIM - Research & Quality Improvement Oral Presentations Competition
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Thursday, November 2, 2017
Research & QI Improvement Oral Presentations - 1515-1715

Research Presentations
1.       The Impact of Diabetes on Cost and Frequency of Hospital Admissions: Data from the General Medicine Inpatient (GEMINI) Cohort Study -
Dr. Jin (Hyoungjin) Choi, University of Toronto
2.       Access to Naloxone in Canada: A National Survey of Community Pharmacies –
Dr. Alex Cressman, University of Toronto
3.       Prevalence and Determinants of Anemia in Refugees Resettled to Canada –
Dr. Marta Davidson, University of Calgary
4.       DREAMS: Does Routine Echocardiography Affect Management of Stroke? –
Dr. Nicola Goldberg, University of Toronto
5.       Follow-up of Incidental Pulmonary Nodules on Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography –
Dr. Lezlie Markell, University of Toronto
6.       SGLT-2 Inhibitors and the Risk of Infections:  A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials –
Dr. Robert Puckrin, University of Toronto
7.       Defibrillator Design and Usability May Be Impeding Timely Defibrillation –
Dr. Marc Reeson, University of Ottawa
8.       Understanding the Impact of Physicians on Hospital Length-of-stay Using a Novel Application of Intra-class Correlation Coefficients
– Dr. Zahra Sohani, University of Toronto

Quality Improvement Competitions
1.       Improving long-term care transfer reports to the emergency department –
Dr. Stephanie Gottheil, Western University
2.       Improving communication at hospital discharge: a resident driven quality improvement initiative –  Dr. Matthew Mittelstadt, University of Saskatchewan

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* 1. Your Name

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* 3. Please rate this session as follows

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Scientific content of this presentation
Usefulness/practicality of this presentation
Adequate time for questions/discussion
Speaker effectiveness

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* 4. Session objectives were met

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Recite updates on current research in the field of general internal medicine
Apply QI methodology to the care of internal medicine patients

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* 5. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, are you planning to

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Discuss the session with your colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a Personal Learning Project (PLP)

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* 6. Bias and Balance

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The content of this presentation was scientifically valid and balanced
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue industry bias
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue personal/other bias

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* 7. General Comments

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* 8. Topic suggestions for future conferences (please be as specific as possible)

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* 9. Feedback

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