John K. Le Clair


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COVID-19: Implementation of virtual P.I.E.C.E.S™ for resident care planning with family to build and sustain team collaboration and resilience for the workforce in LTC

2020/21 • $150,000 • PI,CO,Other
COVID-19 restrictions resulted in profound isolation for older adult residents in long term care (LTC) homes, which exacerbated their physical, social, and mental health care needs (Chu et al., 2020). Illness due to COVID, in combination with LTC workplace challenges, also led to losses of staff...

A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Accuracy of Depression Rating Scales to Diagnose Depression in Older Adults with Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

2015/16 • $100,000 • PI,Other
Importance: There are increasing numbers of older adults with Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia in Canada and other parts of the world. Major depressive disorder in is common among individuals with dementia with up to 30% of all individuals with dementia being affected by...

Knowledge to Action Processes in SHRTN Collaborative Communities of Practice

2010/11-2013/14 • $364,506 • PI,CO
This research will help us to understand how a Community of Practice (defined as a group of people who work together to identify innovations, translate evidence and help implement changes to improve care) creates and shares knowledge in ways that improve quality of healthcare and quality of life...

Create the Canadian Dementia Knowledge Translation Network (CDKTN)

2010/11-2012/13 • $1,955,000 • PI
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The Primary Care - Dementia Assessment and Treatment Algorithm (PC-DATA): A Knowledge-to-Action Project

2011/12 • $194,100 • PI,CO,Other
Alzheimer's disease (AD) and related forms of dementia currently affect over 400,000 individuals in Canada and the numbers of community dwelling older adults with AD is rapidly growing. AD is associated with over $15 billion annually in Canada. Most individuals with AD are under the care of...

Enhancing Self-Management Support in Persons Newly Diagnosed with Dementia

2011/12 • $155,387 • PI,CO
Illness self-management has been identified as a critical means of enabling persons with chronic illness to be partners with primary care providers by increasing their knowledge, skills and confidence in their ability to manage their condition. Despite a desire to be active partners in their...

Collaboration and Mental Health Service Delivery in Long-Term Care: Implications for Quality of Care

2011/12 • $22,400 • PI,CO
The current proposal is to assemble a team of researchers and knowledge users to identify optimal models of collaborative mental health care service dleivery in LTC, to identify relevant qulaity indicators for this populaiton, and initiate research into the effects of collaboration on quality of...

Standing Up to Dementia

2011/12 • $3,000 • PI,CO,Other
The "Standing up to Dementia" cafe will serve as an open space to discuss dementia, the impact on the community, and ways to slow cognitive decline and maintain or ameliorate patient quality of life. We hope to create an environment in which participants and speakers exchange knowledge, ideas,...

Interventions for Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia in Long-Term Care: A Systematic Review

2010/11 • $94,499 • PI,CO,Other
Over half of all older adults living in long-term care (LTC) suffer from dementia such as Alzheimer's disease and the majority of individuals with dementia will develop behavioral and emotional problems as a result of the illness. These symptoms, referred to as neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) or...

The SHRTN Collaborative Annual Network Planning Workshop

2010/11 • $15,000 • PI,CO
In 2010 the SHRTN Collaborative, a network of knowledge translation networks - a partnership that includes the Seniors Health Research Transfer Network (SHRTN), the Alzheimer Knowledge Exchange (AKE), and the Ontario Research Coalition (ORC), will host an Annual Network Planning Workshop in...

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