Carolyn Snider


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Defining the Longitudinal Course, Outcomes, and Treatment Needs of Vulnerable Canadians with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

2015/16-2020/21 • $1,695,396 • PI,Other
Context. Although stress is a recurring and omnipresent problem, there are major gaps in knowledge about the hallmark condition related to traumatic stress (i.e., posttraumatic stress disorder [PTSD]). Over 70% of Canadians are exposed to traumatic events (e.g., physical injury, assault) in...

Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Interventions for Youth Injured by Violence

2016/17-2020/21 • $300,000 • PI
Dr. Snider is an emergency physician in the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, College of Medicine at the University of Manitoba and a Scientist at the Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba. She has a strong track record...

WrapAround Care for Youth Injured by Violence: A Randomized Control Trial

2013/14-2015/16 • $887,829 • PI,CO,Other
Youth injured by violence is a major public health concern in Canada. It is the fourth cause of death and the leading reason for a youth to visit an emergency department. In Winnipeg, 20% of youth who visit an emergency department with an injury due to violence have a second visit for a...

WrapAround Care for youth injured by violence: A Randomized Control Trial

2015/16 • $100,000 • PI,CO,Other
Youth injured by violence is a major public health concern in Canada. It is the fourth leading cause of death in youth and the foremost reason youth visit an emergency department (ED). In Winnipeg, an alarming 20% of youth who visit an ED with an injury due to violence will have an ED visit for...

Trauma System Development in Canada: Overcoming the challenges of geography through an evaluation of structure and process.

2010/11-2014/15 • $1,994,649 • PI,CO
Severely injured patients have a lower mortality risk if cared for in a trauma centre. Thus survival is dependent on an integrated regional system of care to assure these patients are identified, supported and rapidly transported to a trauma centre. Trauma centres are only located in urban...

CIHR Team in Traumatic Brain Injury and Violence

2010/11-2014/15 • $1,887,348 • PI,CO
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) accounts for 50% or more of all trauma deaths, and an estimated 2% of the population live with lifelong disabilities resulting from TBI. There appears to be a direct link between TBI and violence, which itself is a major issue for Canadians. The goal of the research...

Determining the Efficacy of a Hospital-Based Youth Violence Secondary Intervention

2011/12-2013/14 • $140,000 • PI,Other
The Canadian Institute of Health Research Randomized Control Trials Mentoring Award will allow Dr. Carolyn Snider, an emergency physician and young scientist, to further develop her clinical research program in intentional injury, specifically focusing on prevention of violent injury among...

Determining the Efficacy of a Hospital-Based Youth Violence Secondary Intervention

2011/12-2012/13 • $20,000 • PI,CO
The Canadian Institute of Health Research Randomized Control Trials Mentoring Award will allow Dr. Carolyn Snider, an emergency physician and young scientist, to further develop her clinical research program in intentional injury, specifically focusing on prevention of violent injury among...

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