Reznick Day ’23

The lab had the opportunity to present several of our latest research projects during Richard K. Reznick Wilson Centre Virtual Research week, October 10 – 12, 2023.

We were honoured to share our work during the session on Discourses: Invisible and Productive. Jane, Tobi, and Hillary gave presentations.

Compartmentalization: a critical narrative review.
Jane Jomy, Sydney McQueen, Melanie Hammond Mobilio, Johanna Riesel, Carol-anne Moulton

What’s in a name? The development of trust and familiarity in dynamic interprofessional operating room teams.
Tobi Lam, Melanie Hammond Mobilio, Jacob Hirsh, Dean Lising, Tulin Cil, Edyta Marcon, Carol-anne Moulton

Understanding tone in context: a constructivist grounded theory study of tone emergence in the operating room.
Hillary Lia, Melanie Hammond Mobilio, Frank Rudizcz, Carol-anne Moulton

Thanks to moderators and attendees for the discussions, and a big kudos to the organizers involved in putting together this year’s events!

Physician burnout task force

Dr. Carol-anne Moulton was selected as a member of the Physician Burnout Task Force for the Ontario Medical Association (OMA).

This is an exciting opportunity to collaborate with other physicians across the province to address issues of burnout and physician health. The task force is an important initiative to find system solutions to address physician burnout.

Ethnographic study of checklist policy and performance

The lab was recently awarded a project grant from The Physicians’ Services Incorporated Foundation to pursue a 2-year research study titled, The Tools and the Trade: an ethnographic study of checklist policy and performance, and implications for patient safety.

We are excited to partner on the project with Dr. Elise Paradis, the Canada Research Chair in Collaborative Healthcare Practice and scientist at The Wilson Centre.