Anne M. Gadermann

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Integrating a quality of life assessment and practice support system in homecare services for older adults with life-limiting illness and their families

2015/16-2018/19 • $656,089 • PI,CO,Other
Older adults who have advancing life-limiting illnesses and who are receiving health care at home often have complex problems that affect both their ability to function and their overall quality of life (QOL). Progress has been made in the managing some aspects of chronic illness, including...

Statistical Methods for Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

2015/16-2018/19 • $309,764 • PI,CO,Other
Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are used by patients to describe their health, including their quality of life, pain, fatigue, and depression. PROMs are used by physicians, nurses, and healthcare decision makers to describe the outcomes of care from the patient's point of view. In...

Understanding the K-12 academic achievement trajectories of immigrant and refugee children

2016/17-2018/19 • $98,360 • PI,CO
Objective: The objectives of the proposed research are (1) to identify the range of academic achievement trajectories (K-12) young immigrants and refugees experience and (2) to examine how migration factors (e.g., country of origin; refugee status) interact with the social, socioeconomic, and...

Identifying risk and protective factors for the social-emotional development of immigrant and refugee children

2017/18-2018/19 • $49,341 • PI,CO
Background: Canada's immigrant and refugee population is growing rapidly, representing approximately 20% of the Canadian population. Immigrant and refugee children face significant and unique challenges that can jeopardize their positive social-emotional adjustment and wellbeing in Canadian...

Mental health trajectories of immigrant and refugee children from early childhood to adolescence: An ecological population- based approach

2018/19 • $36,338 • PI,CO
Canada's immigrant and refugee population is growing rapidly, representing approximately 20% of the Canadian population. Despite the demographic significance, there is limited representative information on the mental health of this population. One significant challenge for the field concerns the...

A meta-narrative review of patient- and family-reported experience and outcome measures across transitions of care for frail seniors living at home.

2015/16 • $100,000 • PI,Other
As we confront the unprecedented aging of our Canadian population, there is pressing need for strategic, cross-sector care of the frail elderly whose healthcare costs are 4.5 times greater than adults 20-64 years old.1-2 While being in a state of increased vulnerability and risk, frail seniors...

Investigating the relationships between residential stability, physical and mental health, and quality of life in homeless and vulnerably housed individuals: A longitudinal multi-site cohort study in Canada

2013/14-2014/15 • $121,250 • Scholarship/Fellowship,Other
Housing is a basic human need and a significant socio-economic determinant of population health. In Canada, an increasingly large number of individuals are facing homelessness and inadequate housing, with tens of thousands of people being homeless on any given night. Homelessness and inadequate...