Faites connaissance avec nos responsables de centre affilié et nos courtiers de connaissances

Nos centres régionaux affiliés jouent un rôle essentiel pour la mobilisation de la recherche et des pratiques fondées sur des données probantes, pour soutenir les changements institutionnels, accroître la sensibilisation et sensibiliser à l’urgence de la situation. Dans chacun de ces centres, les responsables et nos Knowledge Brokers travaillent à l’amélioration des pratiques de gestion de la douleur pédiatrique dans leurs établissements respectifs, en plus de soutenir les Affiliés de SKIP et d’autres établissements de soins de santé pour les enfants.

Centre affilié SKIP — région Est

Responsable de centre affilié

Allen Finley

MD, FRCPC, FAAP

Allen Finley is a pediatric anesthesiologist and an internationally-recognized expert in pediatric pain research and culturally-diverse environments. Dr. Finley holds the Dr. Stewart Wenning Chair Endowed Chair in Pediatric Pain Management at the IWK Health Centre, is the Director of the IWK Complex Pain Clinic and is a Professor of Anesthesia and Psychology at Dalhousie University. His research interests are pain management and pain service delivery for children both nationally and internationally.

 

Courtière de connaissances

Laura Gibson

MA

Laura Gibson se joint à l’équipe de SKIP, forte de son expérience en politique de la santé et dans les domaines de la recherche, de la planification des mesures d’urgence, des soins de longue durée et continus et des soins actifs. Détentrice d’une maîtrise en sciences politiques avec spécialisation en administration des politiques de santé, Laura a piloté divers dossiers à l’échelle provinciale dans le cadre de ses fonctions au ministère de la Santé de l’Alberta. Toujours soucieuse de trouver des solutions pratiques à des problèmes complexes, Laura cherche à faciliter la mise en œuvre de changements concrets et durables dans le système de soins de santé canadien.

Centre affilié SKIP francophone

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Coresponsable de centre affilié

Evelyne D. Trottier

MD, FRCPC

Evelyne Trottier is a Pediatric Emergency Physician at CHU Sainte-Justine in Montreal and a Clinical Assistant Professor at Université de Montréal. Her primary interests are procedural pain management and knowledge translation. She is currently working on different studies on pain and distress management. She is responsible for the development of clinical practice guidelines on urgencehsj website for the paediatric emergency departments and is a member of the CPS Acute Care Committee. Her main interest is improving the patient experience through its care.

Coresponsable de centre affilié

Marie-Joëlle Doré-Bergeron

MD, FRCPC

Marie-Joëlle Doré-Bergeron is a paediatrician at CHU Sainte-Justine and an Assistant professor in the Department of Paediatrics at the Université de Montréal. She is the co-director of the chronic pain clinic and the co-director of the complex care program at CHU Sainte-Justine. She is interested in the improvement of procedural pain management for children being treated in hospital and in increasing the availability of resources for children with chronic pain, paying a special attention to resources available for French-speaking Canadians. She also has a particular interest in increasing the recognition of pain in children with severe neurological disabilities in the medical community.

Courtière de connaissances

Sarah Loemba

BA

Sarah Loemba joins the SKIP team with her extensive background in community outreach as well as her diverse experiences working with youth. Prior to working with SKIP, she worked at CHU Sainte-Justine in healthcare administration where she closely collaborated to facilitate effective clinical staff management alongside many healthcare coordinators. Sarah completed her Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at the University of Ottawa and has also earned a certificate in Public Health. She is currently completing her Master’s degree in International Development Management. Along with her passion for health and education, Sarah is devoted to advocating for the promotion of better access and care for all communities on a national and international scale.

Centre affilié SKIP — région Centre du Canada

Coresponsable de centre affilié

Fiona Campbell

BSc, MD, FRCA(UK)

Fiona Campbell is a Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the University of Toronto, Director of the Chronic Pain Program in the Department of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine, and co-director of the SickKids Pain Centre at the Hospital for Sick Children. Fiona is Past-President of the Canadian Pain Society and Co-chair of Health Canada’s Canadian Pain Task Force, through which she is an advocate for a Canadian National Pain Strategy. 

Coresponsable de centre affilié

Jennifer Stinson

RN-EC, PhD, CPNP, FAAN

Jennifer Stinson is a Nurse Clinician-Scientist in Child Health Evaluative Sciences, a Nurse Practitioner in the Chronic Pain Program at the Hospital for Sick Children, Co-Director of the SickKids Centre for Pain Management, Research and Education and Professor (Status-Only) at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing and the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. Dr. Stinson’s clinical work focuses on working with children and youth with chronic pain and their families as part of an interdisciplinary pain team in the Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine at SickKids.

Courtière de connaissances

Chad Larabie

BHSc (Hons), MHSc

Chad Larabie entre chez SKIP et SickKids avec un bagage considérable en développement de programme, création de partenariat et approche communautaire. Après avoir travaillé à la mise sur pied de réseaux et programmes provinciaux destinés à diverses populations vulnérables, Chad s’intéresse à l’unification du point de vue des intervenants et l’harmonisation du message fondé sur les données probantes. Chad détient une maîtrise en sciences de la santé avec spécialisation en neurosciences et a complété un certificat en application des connaissances à l’Université de Toronto. Chad a collaboré récemment avec des associations de soins de santé ontariennes au développement de ressources concernant les lésions cérébrales à l’intention des fournisseurs de soins primaires.

Centre affilié SKIP — Santé des enfants Canada

Knowledge User Director, Hub Lead

Emily Gruenwoldt

Emily Gruenwoldt est présidente et directrice générale de Santé des enfants Canada et directrice générale de Directeurs de pédiatrie du Canada depuis quatre ans. Auparavant, Emily a occupé plusieurs postes de direction pendant dix ans à l’Association médicale canadienne, notamment aux affaires professionnelles, au développement du leadership médical et en stratégie et innovation. Emily compte sur sa grande expérience de gouvernance en soins de santé alors qu’elle était membre du conseil d’administration de Carefor Home & Health Services, de l’Hôpital d’Ottawa et d’Arnprior Regional Health. Emily est également cofondatrice de Leaders émergents en santé.

Courtière de connaissances

Paula Robeson

RN, MScN

Paula Robeson is delighted to join Children’s Healthcare Canada as the Senior Advisor, Knowledge Mobilization (KMb), and the SKIP Team as a national knowledge broker. Prior to joining Children’s Healthcare Canada, Paula was Director of Operations with Frayme, an international network focused on improving access to, quality of, and outcomes associated with youth mental health and substance use services. Paula also draws on over 30 years of experience in public health, health promotion, and population health and more than a decade as a knowledge mobilization specialist. Paula began her career as a neonatal nurse in her hometown of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Centre affilié SKIP — région Ouest

Responsable de centre affilié

Samina Ali

MCDM, FRCP (PEM)

Samina Ali is Professor of Pediatrics and an Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Alberta, as well as a practicing pediatric emergency physician. She holds provincial and national funding for the study of children’s acute care and emergencies. Her research program is focused on improving children’s pain and distress, mainly as it relates to emergency department visits and procedures. She focuses her efforts on improving the pain experience for children in both hospitals and the community by determining what works best, and how best to help the community adopt better pain management. 

Courtière de connaissances

Elise Reiter

PhD

Elise Reiter is an experienced researcher and knowledge mobilization professional who has led educational and improvement initiatives in both Canada and Germany. Drawing on her background in health promotion and engagement of underrepresented groups, Elise is passionate about understanding and overcoming barriers to children’s pain management through the co-development of initiatives with patients, families, and healthcare professionals. She is particularly interested in helping to empower families to advocate for better pain care on behalf of their children. 

Courtière de connaissances

Megan MacNeil

MPH

Megan MacNeil joins the SKIP team with a broad range of experience in health system transformation having led numerous local, provincial and national programs. Prior to joining the team, Megan managed a provincial family health program, creating a new model of health service delivery that supported preventive, personalise and community-relevant care to Albertan families. She brings with her over 15 years of experience structuring quality programs and partnerships in the public health and digital health innovation fields. Megan is passionate about children’s health and helping families and caregivers have access to quality, evidence-based care where and when they need it.