Evidence to Innova-on (E2i) Introduc-on – Theme Co-‐Lead Dr Kishore Mulpuri • Engaged in a wide range of research projects in paediatric orthopaedics • Most interested in studying the clinical outcomes of orthopaedic treatment as a means to con-nued improvements in treatments and outcomes • Also focuses on problems with walking gait associated with neuromuscular disorders and of unknown origin • Abnormali-es and diseases of hip Introduc-on – Theme Co-‐Lead Ian Pike • Formal training in Exercise Physiology, Popula-on Health and Injury Preven-on • Director, Dr Paul Schwann Centre, University of Regina • Director, Employee Health and Safety Services, HBT • Regional Director, Canadian Red Cross Introduc-on – Theme Co-‐Lead Ian Pike Started at UBC/CFRI in 2004 • Clinical Assistant Professor and Director, BCIRPU • Associate Professor of Pediatrics • AUTO21 NCE Researcher • PI CIHR Team in Child & Youth Injury Preven-on • Co-‐Exec Director, Preventable Aﬃliated with … • York University, Kinesiology and Health Sciences • Canadian Collabora-ng Centres on Injury Preven-on • Alberta Program in Youth Sport & Rec. Injury Preven-on • Parachute, Expert Advisory Commi\ee Why we are doing this … • ‘I love it When a Plan Comes Together’ Colonel John ‘Hannibal’ Smith • Great Team • Great coaches and supporters and facili-es • All of the a\ributes to succeed in the mission to be the best in the world • Ready! Purpose of this mee-ng To begin the transi-on from clusters to groups within over-‐arching research themes • Par-cipatory Ac-on Process – your input, your thoughts, ideas and priori-es • 35 of 155 researchers who have responded have selected E2i as their research theme • n.b. there are 232 CFRI researchers on site CFRI Strategic Framework • Purpose of Theme Planning: • To be\er support our current work • To enable us to seize new opportuni-es • To achieve the over-‐arching goals of CFRI: • Increase research capacity • Increase research excellence • Posi-ve impact on children’s health A Vision: for Discussion Through wide-‐ranging research ac-vi-es, Evidence to Innova-on (E2i) will invoke new ways of providing health services through: • innova-ons in prac-ces and procedures • examining the roles and eﬃcacy of new technologies • examining the value of big data, electronic health records and community level methodologies • innova-ons in training educa-on and knowledge transla-on A Vision: for Discussion Members of E2i will collaborate with partners -‐ across themes and across disciplines -‐ on clinical and community health-‐driven research to improve health services and health outcomes for children and families in BC and beyond Opportuni-es 1. New collabora-ons within exis-ng research programs… • Does exercise improve quality of life in adolescents with dysautonomia? • The inﬂuence of outdoor play spaces and risky play on child development • SCOPE: Sustainable Childhood Obesity Preven-on through Community Engagement • Sport and Recrea-on-‐related concussion Opportuni-es 2. New groups and collabora-ons … • Clinical and Community data and analy-cs, EHR/EMR, informa-cs, visual analy-cs (systems integra-on and management) • Tes-ng and evalua-on of the use of technologies (e.g. Google Glass in Pediatric Surgical Educa-on, Engineers in Scrubs) • Clinical and Community Health knowledge transla-on (social determinants, policy, behavioural science, communica-ons, social marke-ng) Opportuni-es 3. Investment in new Theme Level Networking, Training, Educa-on and Mentorship… • Cross-‐group / cross disciplinary interac-ons • Rounds, journal clubs, lunch and learn • Training and mentorship support • Educa-on and development • Seed grants • Matching Pilot Study Grants Deﬁning a Group • • 10-‐20 inves-gators who want to work together because they see beneﬁt for themselves and the success of a larger program of research some examples of reasons to form a group: • • • Enable research in the context of large scale funding opportuni-es (Founda-ons, CIHR-‐SPOR, Genome Canada, CFI, etc) Op-mize the poten-al for mul--‐disciplinary research Op-mize the development and use of a common technology Deﬁning a Group • • • • Groups are dynamic and intended to evolve over -me Groups can cross themes Each Group will have a Group Leader Each Group will plan and detail speciﬁc ac-vi-es that they wish to accomplish: • • Those that are feasible within current resources Those that are possible with new resources Groups – for discussion Suggested • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Pediatric Research in Emergency Therapeu-cs Clinical Improvement Technology Development and Assessment Clinical Informa-cs Pharmacogenomics Community Child & Family Health Biophotonics Child and family health promo-on Clinical pharmacology Community Child & Family Health Promo-on Knowledge transla-on Pharmacogene-cs/personalized medicine Innova-ve Treatment & Evalua-on Plajorm Rapid diagnos-cs and clinical improvement Possible • Innova-ve Care & Technologies • Clinical Outcomes Evalua-on • Pa-ent, Family, and Community (Popula-on Research) • Clinical and Community data, analy-cs and informa-cs • Knowledge Transla-on (internal and external) • Trainee Research & Mentorship Next Steps • Short -me frame – 4 to 8 weeks – to develop a Theme Plan that contributes to the CFRI Plan • A series of facilitated sessions for everyone interested in being part of the E2i Theme to par-cipate in designing their future: • Reﬁne Theme vision • Establish Groups and Group Leads • Iden-fy opportuni-es within current resources • Iden-fy opportuni-es needing new resources Next Steps • May 20th 8:00 am – 10:00 am • Facilitated session with all • Formalize Groups & Iden-fy Group Leads • Iden-fy opportuni-es within current resources • Iden-fy opportuni-es needing new resources • June 5th 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm • Facilitated session with Group Leads • Deﬁne Theme Level ini-a-ves and goals • Ensure cross-‐group / cross-‐theme collabora-ons Thank you Please par-cipate… Your input is important! 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