INSPIRE PHC - Primary Health CAre Program:INnovations Strengthening PrImary Healthcare REsearch
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Years 2017 - 2013


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Dr. Clare Liddy and co-lead Dr. Erin Keely received funding from the MOHLTC to establish the Ontario eConsult Centre of Excellence. They will lead the provincial implementation of a blended eConsult service –bringing together Champlain BASETM eConsult with the OTN direct to specialist eConsult (Ontario eConsult program). Over the next two years, they will work with regions to establish regional managed eConsult service in addition to a full slate of specialty services for the whole province. The OSSU, through the INSPIRE-PHC Program, aided in supporting the research that led to this exciting, integrated service. A great example of primary and specialty care working together to benefit the patient.

 

 

 

 

 

OSSU - RESEARCH CONSULTATION

 

 

Lead: Dr. Lisa Dolovich

 

INSPIRE-PHC is responsible for providing consultation to Ontario researchers, knowledge users and patients regarding Primary Health Care research methods and processes. INSPIRE-PHC has a number of investigators available with expertise in the areas of: access to PHC, working with large datasets, geographical mapping, stakeholder recruitment and engagement, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, grant writing, rapid cycle evaluation, including PHC in larger health sector grants and many others. The investigators come from a variety of disciplines: Family Medicine, Nursing, Epidemiology, Policy and Pharmacy. As well they can provide consultation on Capacity Building, Knowledge Translation and Exchange as well as Patient Engagement in primary health care research.

Please contact Leslie.Meredith@schulich.uwo.ca if you would like a consultation on primary health care research.

A network of more than 125 Researchers and decision makers based in Ontario is also available for consultation and KTE strategies.

 

Research Consultation Guidelines

  • An INSPIRE-PHC team member will have a brief discussion of content and scope with requestor (request form completed
  • Support/consultation cost will be covered by INSPIRE-PHC up to an agreed upon maximum
  • Once the maximum time reached, if more consultation/support is to be provided, the requestor and INSPIRE-PHC researcher providing the consultation will agree to a longer term arrangement, for example:
  • The requestor (or their project PI) will be charged by the hour (for current rates please contact the INSPIRE-PHC program manager), or
  • The INSPIRE-PHC researcher providing the consultation is invited to become a named co-investigator on the requestor's project and may negotiate reduced or no consultation charges

Research Consultation Form

In order to facilitate the conversation with the INSPIRE-PHC team, please fill out the "Research Consultation Request" form (Word version) to the best of your ability and either email to phcs@uwo.ca or call 519-661-2111 x22012 and discuss your request with an INSPIRE staff.