September 10-11, 2016 MacEwan Conference and Event Centre, University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta

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September 10 - 11, 2016 MacEwan Conference and Event Centre, University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta CASCH.CA

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WELCOME

Welcome to the fourth annual Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH), a conference designed to engage an interdisciplinary group of graduate and senior undergraduate students from across Alberta in a discussion about current trends and future directions in health promotion, health care, health research and practice in Alberta.

CASCH is a collaborative effort combining many institutions across Alberta. CASCH, a conference created by-students for students, has been a great success for three years now, as it brings together hundreds of graduate and senior undergraduate students in Alberta to create a platform for students to participate in meaningful confersations related to health research. CASCH supports the vision of Campus Alberta and strives to bring together students from across the province to share their research and ideas, access mentorship, and network with leaders in their fields. This year CASCH is inspiring the future of health by featuring innovative work in four thematic areas: • Trending Health Services and Policy Research • Building Healthy Communities and Populations • Exploring Pathways to Equity • Studying Disease Trends Overwhelmed by the success of CASCH for the past three years, we are ecstatic to present CASCH 2016. Thank you for making the fourth annual CASCH Conference a reality! We are excited to have you join us in Calgary and continue the conversation on inspiring the future of health here in Alberta! Sincerely, The CASCH 2016 Steering Committee

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NETWORKING The fourth annual Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health is an ideal forum for students to meet, interact, generate new ideas, and learn from one another. Throughout the conference there will be plenty of opportunity to network with students and faculty.

To make the most of your time at CASCH 2016, it might be helpful to take a few moments to reflect on your goals. As you continue your journey through graduate school, what sorts of things do you want to focus on or achieve? How can your time at CASCH 2016 help you work towards those goals?

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REFLECTIONS: Before & After CASCH 2016 Take a moment to reflect on your goals before and after the conference:

• What do you wish to achieve in attending this conference? • What do you wish to learn at this conference? • What is your ideal job in 10 years? • Who here can help you in your path toward your ideal job? • Who works in your research area? • Who works in a research area you are interested in pursuing? • Which talks did you enjoy the most? Why? • Which posters did you enjoy? • Which mentor did you connect with? Why?

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CONFERENCE ITINERARY Saturday September 10th, 2016 - Day 1 Location: MacEwan Conference and Event Centre Main Ballroom 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Registration

5:30 pm - 5:45 pm

Welcome Address Presented by Dr. Melanie Rock of the University of Calgary O’Brien Institute for Public Health and members of the CASCH Steering Committee

5:45 pm - 6:30 pm

Dinner

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Keynote Address Presented by Dr. Stephanie Nixon Associate Professor; Department of Physical Therapy and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

CASCH Poster Session

8:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Networking & Mentoring Event

Sunday September 11th, 2016 - Day 2

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8:00 am - 8:05 am Main Ballroom

Opening Remarks Presented by Dr. Chris Hosgodd of the University of Lethbridge and members of the CASCH Steering Committee Minute of Silence

8:05 am - 8:30 am Main Ballroom

Associate Health Minister’s Address Honourable Minister Brandy Payne

8:30 am - 9:30 am Main Ballroom

Keynote Address Presented by Dr. James Talbot; Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, University of Alberta

9:30 am - 9:45 am

Coffee Break

9:45 am - 10:45 am Main Ballroom

Professional Development Panel on “Learning from Failure”

10:45 am - 11:45 am

Concurrent Session 1: Interdisciplinary Panel Sessions

11:45 am - 12:30 pm

Lunch

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Concurrent Session 2: Student Oral Presentations

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Coffee Break and Transition

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Concurrent Session 3: Student & Faculty-led Workshops

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Main Ballroom

Closing Remarks and Awards Presented by Dr. Kue Young; Dean of the School of Public Health, University of Alberta and members of the CASCH Steering Committee

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Dr. James Talbot has a B.Sc. and PhD.

from the University of Alberta, an M.D. from the University of Toronto and is a Royal College Specialist in Medical Microbiology. He has been the Director of the Provincial Laboratory for Public Health of Northern Alberta, an MOH for Edmonton and CMOH for Nunavut and Alberta. He is a 2016 recipient of the President’s Award from the Public Health Physicians of Canada.

Dr. Stephanie Nixon is a physiotherapist

and global health researcher who has been an HIV activist and scholar for nearly two decades. She has received outstanding training in physiotherapy at McMaster University (1996), which then led to her early clinical work with people living with HIV at the Wellesley Hospital in Toronto. There she received life-changing, real-world schooling on HIV activism. A growing interest in critical perspectives on power, HIV and disability led her back into the academy. She enjoyed an eye-opening education in research at the University of Toronto through an MSc in the Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science (2000) and PhD in Public Health and Bioethics (2006). With the support of a wonderful partner, she then moved her family to South Africa for postdoctoral training at the Health Economics and HIV/ AIDS Research Division at the University of KwaZuluNatal. She says she now enjoys a creative, challenging and superbly rewarding career as an educator/ learner exploring how not only the content but also the process of teaching can be a transformative feat of activism. She explores these ideas alongside a program of research on HIV and disability in Canada.

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MENTORS & SPEAKERS During #CASCH2016, participants will have the opportunity to meet with inspiring leaders, researchers and faculty members. Participants are encouraged to interact with these faculty members and presenters throughout the conference including during networking breaks and meals to discuss anything from career development, training, and job prospects to research and mentorship opportunities. Dr. Paul Ronksley is a health services researcher with a focus on patients with multiple chronic conditions. His program of research aims to improve our understanding of the subset of chronic disease patients that drive health care utilization and spending. Using data-linkage methodologies, his work explores the clinical profiles of patients with multi-morbidity, how they engage with the health care system, and whether care pathways can be modified to improve health outcomes for patients. Harley Crowshoe’s ancestry is Blackfoot and originates from the Piikani Nation Reserve in southern Alberta. In 1997, he was instated as an Honorary Chief of the Piikani Nation. He is deeply involved with his Blackfoot culture and spirituality. Harley is currently employed with Alberta Health Services as a Senior Advisor within the Aboriginal Health Program for the South Zone. He is focused on Aboriginal health service delivery and initiatives that will provide a culturally safe delivery of health services to all First Nation, Metis and Inuit people within Southern Alberta. Rachel Jolley is a Research Associate with the Methods Hub and the Alberta Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research Methods Support and Development Unit. She holds an MSc in Community Health Sciences from the University of Calgary specializing in health services research. Her primary focus has been on the identification of case definitions for disease conditions and health services using administrative data. She has previously worked on developing social determinant of health-based indicators for the WHO and is currently working on developing patient-centred care indicators. Emma Wilkins completed a Master’s of Public Health- Health Promotion in 2010. She has worked in research and evaluation in the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta as a Research Coordinator. She started her own evaluation consulting company called Periwinkle Research & Evaluation. She is passionate about inclusion, healthy equity, social justice issues, the environment, and participatory and collaborative approaches. 6

#CASCH2016 Dr. Kue Young has been Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta since 2013. Previously he has served as TransCanada Chair in Aboriginal Health at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, and Head of the Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. Prior to his academic career, he worked as a primary care physician and health administrator in Northern Ontario and also in Tanzania as a CUSO volunteer. He received his MD from McGill, MSc in community health from Toronto, and a PhD in biological anthropology from Oxford. Much of his career has been devoted to Aboriginal and northern health research.

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Chelsea Crowshoe is a proud member of Piikani First Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy located in Southern Alberta. Chelsea’s professional career path has led her to a focus on Aboriginal health. Chelsea has filled several roles within Alberta Health Services (AHS) and currently fulfills a role with Alberta Health Services that focuses on building Aboriginal cultural competency for employees of AHS. This new Aboriginal cultural competency Senior Advisor role aims to increase awareness, education and competency among health professionals, and increase positive health experiences, and outcomes for Aboriginal patients and families. Dr. Candace Nykiforuk is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Health, University of Alberta and an Applied Public Health Chair (supported by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in partnership with Public Health Agency of Canada and Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions) with a mandate to help advance the field of population health intervention and health equity. She is a health geographer and health promotion researcher with a strong interest in the role of built and social environments on health and well-being. She also has expertise in the development and diffusion of healthy public policies. Dr. Silvia Koso holds a MD degree from the Medical School at University of Belgrade, and Master in Public Health – Health Promotion, from the School of Public Health at University of Alberta. She is a program evaluator with United Way of Calgary and Area. She conducts capacity building of non-for-profit agencies in developing program logic models, theories of change, measurement tools and processes; contributes to United Way’s reporting to the community and donors on achieved outcomes. She is a Second Opinion Reviewer and a trainer for Level 1 Project Ethics Training for Alberta Project Ethics Community Consensus (ARECCI). 7

Dr. Lindsay McLaren is an Associate Professor at the Department of Community Health Sciences in the O’Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary, and an Applied Public Health Chair. Dr. McLaren previously held an Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions Population Health Investigator Award (20072014) and is currently President of the Alberta Public Health Association (2014-2016) and Senior Editor at the Canadian Journal of Public Health. She has focused her career on quantitative research, specifically in the area of structural forces that influence health equity. Dr. McLaren brings this multi-disciplinary expertise into her CIHR/PHAC Applied Public Health Chair aimed at evaluating fluoridation cessation in Canada. Azalea Lehndorff is a “doer” who is not afraid to advocate for positive change. She worked in humanitarian aid and development while living in Iraq and Afghanistan prior to beginning medical school at the University of Calgary. In 2010, She founded the 100 Classroom Project in Afghanistan with the non-profit organization A Better World Canada. The project now benefits 15,000 students each year. Jaime Rogers is the Manager of the Homeless and Housing Development Department with the Medicine Hat Community Housing Society, and is a member of the Alberta Interagency Council on Homelessness, and seven Cities on Housing and Homelessness. Ms. Rogers is charged with leading the implementation of At Home in Medicine Hat – Our Plan to End Homelesness, utilizing a housing first and systems planning approach. Dr. Cheryl Currie is an Associate Professor of Public Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Lethbridge and an Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions Translational Research Chair in Aboriginal Health & Wellbeing. A social epidemiologist by training, her research explores the upstream determinants of Aboriginal health, strength and resilience in Canada. She works in partnership with urban and rural Aboriginal communities to examine health determinants and to develop and evaluate interventions that address communityidentified health needs for children, youth and adults. Cerina Lee is a Master of Public Health student at the University of Alberta, specializing in Health Promotion. Her passion for teaching has led her to pursue an MPH, striving to learn more about how to create healthy and supportive environments. This past year, Cerina was a Public Policy Intern at the Canadian Cancer Society AB/NWT, working on an advocacy strategy for the full proclamation and implementation of the Tobacco and Smoking Reduction Act in Alberta, specifically focusing on the effects ofregulating waterpipe/hookah in the youth population. 8

Dr. Melanie Rock is Associate Scientific Director of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health. She is a medical anthropologist and a registered social worker, with a scope of practice emphasizing social research, community services and public policy. Since 2003, her research program in One Health promotion has been continually supported by awards from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Dr. Julia Brassolotto is an Assistant Professor in the Public Health stream of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Lethbridge. She also holds an Alberta Innovates Health Solutions (AIHS) Research Chair in Rural Health and Well-being. She completed her PhD and postdoctoral fellowship in Health Policy and Equity at York University. Dr. Christian Jacob is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Calgary and in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology in the Cumming School of Medicine, where he is the Director of Bioinformatics in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program. Dr. Jacob is also the Director of the LINDSAY Virtual Human project. Dr. Jacob has written two books on evolutionary computing and natural programming paradigms and has published more than 100 papers. His research interests include evolutionary computing, swarm intelligence, and agent-based modelling and simulation of complex biological systems. The LINDSAY team has received the ASTech 2015 award for Innovation in Information and Communication Technologies. In order to promote innovation, Dr. Jacob has co-founded Wellness Computational, a company that creates immersive illustrations for oncologists and cancer patients. Dr. Chris Hosgood was educated as a historian of British modern popular culture and received his PhD from the University of Manitoba. His research has included work on lower-middle-class culture, the rise of Victorian consumerism, shopping and the rise of the department store, travelling salesmen and hotel, and gambling culture in early twentieth century Alberta. He has been at the University of Lethbridge since 1988. He taught British and European history very happily for many years until he decided to enter administrative life, first as Associate Dean of Arts and Science and then, ten years ago, as Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences. Chris served for a number of years on the Board of the Alberta Gambling Research Institute. Dr. Faith Nixdorff Dr. Nixdorff is a family physician in Calgary. She has a special interest in obstetrics and international medicine. She completed her undergraduate nursing degree and continued to complete a medical degree at the University of Calgary. After 25 years in her private practice, she retired in 2013. She currently volunteers with World Medical Mission in East Africa, training local doctors in rural hospital settings. 9

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CASCH POSTER SESSION SATURDAY September 10th, 2016 - 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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Presentation Theme 1: Building Healthy Communities and Populations (posters 1-25)

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Development and assessment of a neighborhood-based physical activity questionnaire. Levi Frehlich, University of Calgary

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Are changes in school-based friendship networks associated with physical activity in children following school-grade transition? Kenda Swanson, University of Calgary

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A qualitative study of winter cycling in Calgary: Opportunities and barriers Xiao Yang Fang, University of Calgary

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Exploring physical activity perceptions and influences among older adults in rural Alberta: Results from an applied study Alessia Scalise, University of Lethbridge

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The road alongside normality: Inquiry into how families affected by disability experience disability and impairment Suzanna Crawford, University of Calgary

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Innovative matchmaking: Promoting healthy communities through caregiving partnerships between students and families affected by disability Michael Purdy, University of Calgary

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Physical activity changes in adults following residential relocation: Is a change in Walk Score associated with changes in physical activity? Grazia Salvo, Universiy of Calgary

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Using social media to (Re) engage participants in longitudinal research Alexander Matthews, University of Calgary

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Evaluation of the physical literacy of children between 8 and 12-years of age in Calgary, Alberta Kyle McCallum, University of Calgary

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Impact of a year-long physical literacy structured recreation program on the motor proficiency of kindergarten students Kyle McCallum, University of Calgary

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Adoption of an activity wrist tracker wearable device in emeritus faculty: the SuCCESS pilot study Malcolm Spytkowski, University of Calgary

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A cross-sectional study of the associations between the built environment and physical activity-related cognitions in Canadian adults Steven Toor, Univerity of Calgary

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Promoting healthy behaviours in after-school care: The role of the care provider Pierrette Elias, University of Alberta

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A review of the effect of nurses’ use of smartphone to improve patient care in acute care Yoon Oh, University of Calgary

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A case study highlighting the challenges of impact assessment in global health - The Canadian Red Cross integrated recovery program Delaney Wiebe, University of Alberta

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Harnessing the power of the lived experience for research: The emeritus SuCCESS study Kayla Kashluba, University of Calgary

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Development of an online monitoring system for water-based pathogens in drinking water systems Michael Grossi, University of Alberta

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Collaborating for the future of water, sanitation and hygiene: Developing a framework for corporate engagement in water initiatives Jacqueline Noga, University of Alberta

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Evaluating the user experience (UX) of clinicians and patients using a mobile app to navigate complex liver cancer treatment protocols Kathleen Grindrod-Millar, University of Calgary

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Healthcare aide perspectives and reactions to a new mobility activity in supportive living Kimberly Tworek, University of Alberta

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Spatial relationships of Alberta’s outdoor environment and really small newborns Charlene Nielson, University of Alberta

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Mapping outdoor maternal health hazards and babies born too small Charlene Nielson, University of Alberta

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Effectiveness of FallProof(TM) program on fall outcomes, physical function, healthrelated quality of life and caregiver’s burden in community-dwelling older adults Oluwaseyi Osho, University of Alberta

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Clearing the air on evidence regarding waterpipe/hookah use and regulation in Alberta’s youth population: An integrative review Cerina Lee, University of Alberta

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Associations between neighbourhood built characteristics and physical activity in adults Brenlea Farkas, University of Calgary

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Concurrent knee trauma during ACL rupture in Alpine Canada ski racers: Categorization and retrospective analysis of long-term impacts Michael Christie, University of Calgary

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Economic evaluation of sport and recreational injury prevention programs for children and youth: A systematic review Raymond Lee, University of Calgary

Theme 2: Trending Health Services and Policy Research (posters 26-48)

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A balancing act: Facilitators’ perspectives on emotionally distressing disclosures within breast cancer support groups Michelle McCowan, University of Calgary

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Eradicating fistula in Bangladesh: An assessment of treatment facilities Christina Velasco, University of Alberta

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Improving patient-centred system performance: A scoping review of patient-centred quality indicators Lisa Goodman, University of Calgary

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Variability of antibiotic prescription rates for common diseases among Canadian family physicians Zhi Yun Hao, University of Calgary

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Injury and illness pain experiences in children visiting an emergency Jeanie Lee, University of Calgary

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The un-parented infant in hospital Lynn Headley, University of Calgary

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Nurses’ perceptions about the use of continence aids for hospitalized older adults: An integrative review Marnie Colborne, University of Alberta

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The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in Alberta midwifery practice Chinelo Oguaju, University of Calgary

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Identification of validated algorithms for chronic disease using electronic medical records: A systematic review Sepideh Souri, University of Calgary

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Questioning the use of bedrails to prevent falls of adults in long term care Mary An & David Huynh, University of Calgary

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Validating a new test to measure neuromuscular fatigue during and after cycling exercise in healthy and clinical adult populations Dougla Doyle-Baker, University of Calgary

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An evaluation of 17 EMR-based case definitions for use in primary care EMR data B. Cord Lethebe, University of Calgary

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Association between primary care access and acute care utilization for hypertension: An ambulatory care sensitive condition Hena Qureshi, University of Calgary

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An overview of cardiovascular disease models Hena Qureshi & Monica Chawla, University of Calgary

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A literature review on the use of innovation in the occupational therapy and occupational science literature through the lens of the community-based rehabilitation matri Samantha Sirianni, University of Calgary

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Using machine learning methodology to create chronic disease case definitions in a primary care electronic medical record. Brendan Cord Lethebe, University of Alberta

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Legalizing cannabis around the world and in Alberta: A comparative policy analysis Hannah Holitzki, University of Calgary

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EMS and LTC staff perspectives on decisions to transfer residents to the emergency department: A qualitative secondary analysis Saige Godberson, University of Alberta

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Incorporating patient preferences and values into health technology assessment Luiza Grazziotin, University of Calgary

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Towards a shared taxonomy for health technology reassessment (HTR) and knowledge translation (KT) Rosmin Esmail, University of Calgary

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Assessing the effectiveness of an Alberta Health Services-led initiative to improve ACP outcomes for cardiac in-patients Shaw Marta, University of Calgary

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Using focused ethnography to research the perspectives of Thai Indigenous women on accessing healthcare Onouma Thummapol, University of Alberta

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A global take on healthy eating: Evaluating international students’ perspectives on healthy eating and the barriers they face Juanita Gnanapragasam, University of Alberta

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Trends in patients’ perceptions of access to care: An international comparison Laura Sevick, University of Calgary

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Longitudinal trends of patient perceptions of patient-centered care Ally Memedovich, University of Calgary

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Pica of pregnancy and selected determinants of health Nilufer Hasanova, University of Calgary

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An evaluation of the differences between maternal racial groups and reference standards for infant gestational growth classification Marissa Nahirney, University of Calgary

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The social determinants of health within the academic EcoHealth literature: A systematized narrative review Aryn Lisitza, University of Calgary

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Water issues are women's issues: Understanding water-related challenges from the perspective of pastoralist women in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania Lauren Hebert, University of Calgary

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Mapping the global trends in health services literature around clinical networks Lorelli S. Nowell, University of Calgary

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Racial/ethnic disparities in oral health: Findings from a population-based survey of grade 1 and 2 school children in Alberta, Canada Congshi Shi, University of Calgary

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Environmental scan for quality indicators used to measure patient-centred care in Canada, the UK, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand and Sweden Tina Guo, University of Calgary 13

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Investigation of STAT3 signalling and downstream effector SLUG in GBM brain tumour initiating cells Gurnir Sidhu, University of Calgary

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Prevalence of coronary artery disease and left ventricular dysfunction in cystic fibrosis patients undergoing lung transplant evaluation Kate Skolnik, University of Calgary

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The effect of rTMS on cerebral blood flow in treatment resistant depression in youth Raveen Virk, University of Calgary

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Relationship between psychosocial distress in pregnancy and a hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis polymorphism Sarah Dewell, University of Calgary

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Food on the brain: An fMRI Study of the effect of calories and advertising in children Keon Ma, University of Calgary

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The influence of dietary oxidant and antioxidant levels on leukocyte telomere length Alexis Mickle, University of Calgary

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Use of anticoagulation and antiplatelets among older adults with chronic subdural hematoma: a systematic review Nathan Santosh, University of Calgary

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Podocyte proteins and cytokines as potential early biomarkers of BMI-associated renal damage in childhood Ziqi Wang, University of Calgary

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Developmental profile of microglia in a mouse model of autism Jenna Dobry, University of Calgary

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Exercise therapy in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: A systematic review Colleen Nesbitt, University of Calgary

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Effects of maternal stress and fluoxetine on adult offspring outcomes. V. Kiryanova, University of Calgary

Theme 4: Studying Disease Trends (posters 60-70)

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PANEL AND CONCURRENT SESSION 1 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th - 9:45AM - 10:45 AM Professional Development Panel Julia Brassolotto, Azalea Lehndorff, Dr. Faith Nixdorff & Cerina Lee: Learning From Failure Panel discussion on the importance of learning from failure in learning, planning and growing.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th - 10:45AM - 11:45 AM CONCURRENT SESSION 1 - Interdisciplinary Panel Sessions Dr. Christian Jacobs: The Future of Medical Education is Here: Don’t Miss It! Location: Cassio B New developments in visualization technology open up innovative possibilities for medical education. I will demonstrate this by example of the LINDSAY Virtual Human, a multi-disciplinary project between the Cumming School of Medicine and the Faculty of Science. I will demonstrate how computer technology has influenced how one can experience and learn about human anatomy and physiology. We will show interactive displays and how we combine game engines, virtual reality, and augmented reality to create highly immersive and engaging “journeys through the human body”. We will also demonstrate applications of the futuristic HoloLens, which suggest a paradigm shift in human-computer interaction, with interesting opportunities for education in medicine and health. Jaime Rogers: Ending Homelessness Location: Cassio A In 2009, Medicine Hat became one of the first Canadian cities to commit to ending homelessness using the housing first approach. The housing first approach is a non-compliance based model which focuses on quickly moving people experiencing homelessness into permanent housing. This program does not require treatment or sobriety as a precondition for housing or program participation. The implementation and evolution of the Plan will be shared, as well as the impact on the 1013 service participants and system utilization outcomes- including the impact on the Health and Justice Systems. Chelsea Crowshoe & Harley Crowshoe: Supporting Cultural Safety through Education and Customized Service Delivery for Indigenous Peoples Location: Bianca Presentation will inform of cultural safety activities happening within Alberta Health Services and unique health services being provided for the Indigenous population in southern Alberta. Candace Nykiforuk, Lindsay McLaren, Cheryl Currie: Exploring Opportunities to Develop a Training Network between Public Health Research Trainees and Public Health Faculty across Campus Alberta Location: Escalus This session will engage students in a discussion about innovative ways to create a training network that connects, engages and supports dialogue and mentorship between researchoriented public health trainees and public health faculty across Campus Alberta. 15

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ORAL PRESENTATIONS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2016 12:30 to 2:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION 2 - Student Oral Presentations Room Bianca, MacEwan Conference Centre: Multi Themed Oral Presentations Lost in transition: Soldiers’ voices and the impact of spirituality for mental health and wellbeing in veterans. Lorraine A. Smith-MacDonald, University of Calgary Retrospective review of recurrent rectal adenocarcinoma: A provincial audit Michael Taylor, University of Alberta Disordered eating attitudes and orthorexia nervosa in Canadian elite athletes Georgia Ens, University of Calgary The future health and financial burden of cardiovascular disease in Canada Colin Weaver, University of Calgary Increasing efficiency and patient satisfaction in a plastic surgery outpatient clinic using a modified lean intervention Scott Anderson, University of Alberta Building healthier nursing students by addressing bullying in the clinical settings Sharan Sidhu, University of Alberta Room Escalus, MacEwan Conference Centre: Multi Themed Oral Presentations Sedentary behaviour among adults: The role of community belonging Scott Anderson, University of Alberta Gender-based violence through the eyes of community health volunteers in remote Zambia Paisly Symenuk, University of Alberta Cost-effectiveness of proprotein convertase Subtilisin/Kexin Type 9 inhibitors for the treatment of elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels Ziyu Zhang, University of Calgary A review of statistical methods for adjusting for unmeasured confounders in observational studies Abdillahi Abdillahi, University of Calgary Managed alcohol programs in community and inpatient settings : A scoping review Hannah Brooks, University of Alberta Prevalence and spatiotemporal patterns of occurrence of Shiga-toxigenic Escherichia coli (STEC) in submitted private drinking water samples from Southern Alberta Colin Reynolds, University of Alberta MacEwan Ballroom, MacEwan Conference Centre: Multi Themed Oral Presentations Comprehensive school health and achieving change in the home environment: Student insights from a photovoice project Christine McKernan, University of Alberta 16

Why men join support groups and what do they expect from them? Olimpia Korzeniewski, University of Calgary Suffragettes for Caesarean: “Every woman should have a choice” Julia Imanoff, Unversity of Calgary The association of patient safety culture with hospital safety performance: A cross-sectional survey Guosong Wu, University of Calgary What are the most common conditions in primary care? Caitlin Finley, University of Alberta Malaria burden in an internally displaced persons camp in the Democratic Republic of Congo Hannah Brooks, University of Alberta Room Cassio A, MacEwan Conference Centre: Multi Themed Oral Presentations Associations between park quality and physical activity in adults Rhianne Fiolka, University of Calgary Understanding the association between area-level socioeconomic status and preterm birth in Alberta: Should we measure neighbourhood income or deprivation? Kamala Adhikari Dahal, University of Calgary Expectations versus reality: Understanding how social support influences immigrant women’s experiences during pregnancy in a new country, through thematic synthesis Anika Winn, University of Calgary Antimicrobial resistant Escherichia coli in Alberta’s rural well water Kelsey McCarroll, Universit of Calgary Validity and reliability of parent’s report on childhood vaccination status in the All Our Babies Cohort Shyrose Aujla, University of Calgary Aging with Schizophrenia: What should nurses know to optimize care? Brittany Tyerman, University of Alberta Room Cassio B, MacEwan Conference Centre: Multi Themed Oral Presentations The hidden curriculum: Hierarchy in paediatric acute care medicine Nicole Delaloye, University of Calgary Understanding the pain experience of children visiting an emergency department for limb injury at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. Tatum Mitra, University of Calgary Use of existing data in personalized risk prediction research: A scoping literature review Kayla Atchison, University of Calgary The effect of smoking on induction of remission or response to anti-tumor necrosis factor therapies in patients with Crohn’s Disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sangmin (Sarah) Lee, University of Calgary Improving hand hygiene monitoring and compliance through interaction design Julia Kupis, University of Calgary Estimating a minimally important difference of the EQ-5D-5L index score in adults with Type 2 diabetes Nathan McClure, University of Alberta 17

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WORKSHOPS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH, 2:30 pm-4:00 pm CONCURRENT SESSION 3 - Faculty & Student-Facilitated Workshops #CASCH2016 will feature four workshops, Workshops will provide participants with back-

ground knowledge, tips, practical tools, and will provide relevant resources related to the topic. Students will be able to partake in 1 workshop during this block. 1.Anti-Corruption in Global Health Research

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Presented by: Heather MacIntosh, MPA- Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement - Local & Global. Team Lead on Gender and Health Equity for the “Regional Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Strengthening in Lake Zone, Tanzania” project. Cumming School of Medicine, UCalgary. Following a short presentation on corruption in global health from Transparency International, participants will break into small groups to discuss three scenarios. A health researcher is overseas studying access to care for undeserved/vulnerable groups, and encounters a possible corruption situation. Small groups will respond, and then a large group discussion will ensue.

2. End of Grant Knowledge Translation

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Presented by: Gabrielle Zimmermann, PhD, Program Coordinator, Knowledge Translation and Implementation Science Knowledge Translation Platform Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit and Sherrill Johnson, PhD, Program Coordinator - Training and Professional Development Knowledge Translation Platform Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Participants will understand the connection between knowledge translation (KT) and patient oriented research, will know the key components of end-of-grant knowledge translation; and will recognize the core elements of an end-of-grant KT plan.

3. Introduction to Knowledge Synthesis

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Presented by: Meghan Sebastianski, PhD, Program Coordinator - Knowledge Synthesis Knowledge Translation Platform Alberta SPOR SUPPORT Unit Participants will understand the realtionship between knowledge translation and knowledge synthesis, will discover the importance of knowledge synthesis in evidence-based medicine, and will learn about the different types and structures of knowledge synthesis.

4. So you want to do a systematic review? Learn from our mistakes so you don’t make them too! Presented by: Lorelli Nowell, MN, RN Doctoral candidate, Faculty of Nursing, UCalgary Jill M. Norris, MSc, ACC, Scientific Writer Faculty of Nursing, UCalgary During this workshop, participants will learn the steps to conducting a systematic review including developing the question, creating a search protocol, conducting a review, and publishing the review

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thank you to MacEwan Conference and Event Centre for hosting us. Thank you to our steering committee members: Jagdeep Virk, Julia Imanoff, Rhianna Charchuk, Heather Nixdorff, Sydney Sparanese, Nicole Delaloye, Laura Sevick, Hena Qureshi, Nilufer Hasanova, Dana Swystun, Charleen Salmon, Hannah Mercader, Sarah Lee, Haoyu Zhao, and Jacqueline Noga.

Thank you to our core institutional partners: University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and University of Lethbridge

Special thanks to all of our volunteers and to the following individuals:

Raedah Noshin Saira Farooq Steeven Toor Rahul Tinjan Gurnir Sidhu Elizabeth Yue Ellen Kuenzig Lubna Anis Keely Stenberg Laura Adams Ike Damani Maria Febbraio Emily Cameron Lauren Birks Kathleen Grindrod-Millar Erin Hetherington Katherine Bright Kalya Ten Eyck Dhwani Paul Leslie Soril Fartoon Siad Sabrina Anderson

Zaheed Damani Tadesse Belie Anh Pham Winta Ghidei Lisa Jensen Elham Khodayari Moez Kyle Kemp Mon Tun Sharon Yanicki Megan Farri Samira Diar-Bakirly Alexis Mickle Elaine Chan Kevin Lien Leda Stawnychko Brenda Green Mariko Roe Cynthia Mannion Leda Stawnychko Brenda Green Mariko Roe Harleen Hehar

A special thank you to our faculty advisor Dr. Paul Ronksley who provided us with guidance and mentorship to make this conference a reality.

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SPONSORS & PARTNERS

University of Lethbridge: Faculty of Health Sciences

University of Calgary:

Community Health Sciences Graduate Education Program Department of Community Health Sciences O’Brien Institute for Public Health Cumming School of Medicine Public Health & Preventative Medicine Residency Graduate Science Education Office Cumming School of Medicine Alumni Association Bachelor of Health Sciences Program Faculty of Nursing Students’ Union Libraries & Cultural Resources Bookstore 20

University of Alberta:

School of Public Health Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry Graduate Students’ Association

Research Institutes & Centres:

Northern Alberta Clinical Trials Research Centre Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta Charbonneau Cancer Institute Hotchkiss Brain Institute

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