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2016

  • Buckley N, Busse, J and the SPOR Investigators. Chronic Pain Network [SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease]. CIHR: $12,450,000
  • Busse J, Rehamn Y, Guyatt G, Richardson JD, McCabe R, Lanius R, McKinnon M, Cornelius B. Management of posttraumatic stress disorder: a multiple treatment comparison meta-analysis of randomized controlled trial. Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba: $158,243
  • Busse JW. Treatment of Acute Musculoskeletal Complaints (excluding low back pain): A Network Meta-Analysis. National Safety Council: $300,000
  • Busse JW, Bhandari M, Petrisor B, Devereaux PJ, Sprague S, Slobogean G, Schemitsch E, Stone T, Viskontas D, McKee M, Nauth A, Hall J, McCabe R, Nowakowski M, Khan J, Hapidou E, Katz J. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to Prevent Persistent Post-Surgical Pain following Surgical Repair of Extremity Fractures: A Feasibility Study. Orthopedic Trauma Association: $79,991
  • Busse, J, Ware, MA. The efficacy and safety of medical cannabis for chronic non cancer pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. CIHR: $100,000
  • Paul, J. Vital sign monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry and wireless clinician notification after surgery (The VIGILANCE Study). HHS Anesthesia Academic Fund: $15,000
  • Schmidt L, Buckley N, Reddy D, Van Lieshout R, Chow C. Assessing the Effectiveness of an Interactive Virtual Reality Intervention, Story-Telling Medicine, in Reducing Perioperative Anxiety in Children Undergoing Elective Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial. CIHR Project Grant: $431,943
  • Shanthanna, H. Preventing Persistent Post-Surgical Pain after Thoracoscopic Surgeries: a Randomized Controlled Parallel Group Multicentre Pilot Study using Ketamine and Memantine. ASRA: $50,624.20 (USD)
  • Shanthanna, H. Preventing persistent post-surgical pain after thoracospcopic surgeries: A randomized controlled parallel group mulit-centre pilot study using ketamine and memantine. Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care 2016 Research Seed Project Competition: $30,000
  • Spence, J. The relationship of postoperative functional impairment with age: A substudy of the Vascular events In Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN – Cardiac Surgery study (VISION - Cardiac Surgery). HHS New Investigator Fund: $23,811.37
  • Spence J. The relationship between intraoperative regional cerebral oxygen desaturation and postoperative functional decline (ReFUNCTION): A sub-study of NeuroVISION-Cardiac Surgery. RMA Funding: $7,467.80
  • Spence, J. Functional outcome after cardiac surgery (APPRAIsE). PHRI Internal Funding Program: $196,219
  • VanDeCappelle, C., Lidster, N. Competency in Anesthesia: A Multidimensional Concept. PGME Medical Education Research Grant: $2,350

 


 

Number of Grants for 2016 = 13

Grant amount total for 2016 = $13,815,649.37

2015

  • Buckley, N. Chronic Pain Network. CIHR SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease: $50,000
  • Magalhaes, J. Effectiveness of an ultrasound-guided fascia iliaca block placed at the level of the inguinal ligament for analgesia after hip arthroplasty. RMA Scholarship: $4,588
  • Shanthanna, H. HIP fracture Accelerated surgical TreaTment and Care (HIP ATTACK) Chronic Pain substudy; to assess the impact of a potentially modifiable factor in the development of persistent post- surgical pain after hip fracture surgery. Michael DeGroote Institute of Pain Research and Care Grant: $30,000
  • Shanthanna, H., Thabane, L. RCT Mentoring Award. CIHR: $140,000
  • Sprague,S., Bhandari, M., Thomson,D., Agarwal, G., Bhatnagar, N., Busse, J.W., Collerman, A., Dal Bello-Haas, V., Faidi, S., Florkowski, D., MacIntyre, N., Petrisor, B., Reitsma, A., Schemitsch, E., Slogoboean, G., Swaminathan, A., Thabane, L., Vicente, M., Worster, A. A Scoping Review of the Intimate Partner Violence Literature: An Opportunity to Improve Patient Care. CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant: $50,000
  • Syed, S. Karkouti, K. Blood conservation in cardiac surgery using a novel transfusion algorithm based on point-of-care testing: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized controlled trial. CIHR Operating Grant: $32,650

 


 

Number of Grants for 2015 = 6

Grant amount total for 2015 = $307, 238

2014

  • Busse, J.W., Mulla, S. Predicting disability benefits claim durations and comparing actual versus expected disability benefits claim durations. Mitacs-Accelerate Graduate Research Internship Program: $30,000
  • Busse, J.W., Guyatt, G.H., Buckley, N. Management of Chronic Neuropathic Pain Syndromes: A Network Meta-Analysis. CIHR: $100,000
  • Choi S, Khan J, Paul J. 2014-2016 Pregabalin and lidocaine in breast surgery to alter neuropathic pain (PLAN): a pilot study. PSI Resident Grant: $17,000
  • Ergun, S. Mentorship in Anesthesia: Surveying the Landscape. RMA Scholarship: $850
  • Guyatt, G.H., Busse, J.W., Buckley, N., et al. Pregabalin and Lidocaine in Breast Surgery to alter Neuropathic Pain (PLAN): Pilot Study. HAHSO: $130,434
  • Guyatt, G.H., Busse, J.W., Rampersaud, Y.R. Patient-centred interprofessional shared care model for low back pain management. CIHR: $100,000
  • Le Manach, Y., Devereaux, P.J. PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-3 (POISE-3) Trial: A Pilot. HAHSO: $99,780
  • McGillion, M.H., Busse, J.W., Lamy, A. FORESITE-VISION: Further Observation for chronic pain and poor functional recovery Risk factor Examination at the home SITE, a study in partnership with the VISION Cardiac Surgery Prospective Cohort Study. CIHR: $223,689
  • McGillion, M.H., Busse, J.W., Lamy, A. A multisite application of FORESITE-VISION: Further Observation for chronic pain and poor functional recovery Risk factor Examination at the home SITE, a study in partnership with the VISION Cardiac Surgery Prospective Cohort Study. NOAMA: $161,083
  • Paul, J. Vital sign monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry and wireless clinician notification after surgery (The VIGILANCE Study). HAHSO: $32,004
  • Syed, S., Karkouti, K. Blood conservation in cardiac surgery using a novel transfusion algorithm based on point-of-care testing: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized controlled trial. CIHR: $32,650
  • Shanthanna, H., Thabane, L. CIHR RCT Mentoring program for Harsha Shanthanna: for supervision, learning and exposure in the theoretical frame work, design, analysis and conduct of controlled clinical trials, under the mentorship of Drs Lehana Thabane and Philip J Devereaux. CIHR: $20,000
  • Drs. Buckley, Shanthanna, Paul, and SyedShanthanna, H. Most Effective Opioid Analgesia in Ambulatory Surgeries: a randomized control, investigator blinded, parallel group with superiority design study of Morphine versus Hydromorphone. CARF: $20,000

 


 

Grant amount total for 2014 = $967,490

2013

  • Buckley, N., Zacharias, R. Dissemination Events - Towards a practical solution for prescription drug misuse. CIHR: $25,000
  • Buckley, N., Carol, A., Zacharias, R. Development of a database – Prescription drug misuse and diversion. Purdue Pharma: $25,000
  • Buckley, N., Darby, P., Wood, C. Open-Label Evaluation of the Pharmacokinetic Profile and Safety of Tapentadol Oral Solution for the Treatment of Postsurgical Pain in Children and Adolescents Aged from 6 to less than 18 years. Janssen Pharmaceuticals: $27,000
  • Buckley, N., Busse, J. A network meta-analysis of treatment for chronic neuropathic pain syndromes. CAS: $30,000

  • Busse, J. Management of Chronic Neuropathic Pain Syndromes: A Network Meta-Analysis. CIHR: $100,000

  • Spence, Jessica. The effect of peer support groups on resilience in anesthesia residents at McMaster. CPIH: $6400

 


 

Number of Grants for 2013 = 6

Grant amount total for 2013 = $213,400

2012

  • Devereaux, P.J. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinical Trials Grant (4 year grant) to fund the PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-2 (POISE-2) Trial. CIHR: $3,684,006
  • Choi, S., Paul, J.E., Turlough, O. New investigator Grant - Optimizing Pain and Rehabilitation after Knee Arthroplasty (OPRA). CAS: $20,000
  • Choi, S., Paul, J.E., Turlough, O. June Competition - Optimizing Pain and Rehabilitation after Knee Arthroplasty (OPRA). PSI: $14,500

  • Paul, J. Vital sign monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry and wireless clinician notification after surgery (The VIGILANCE Study). HHS Anesthesia Academic Fund: $15,000

Number of Grants for 2012 = 4

Grant amount total for 2012 = $3,733,506

2011

  • Busse, J., Calvo, M., Buckley, N. The Effect of Opioids on Chronic non-Cancer Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. CIHR: $99,253
  • Reddy, D., Missiuna, P. Pain at home in Children following Major Surgery: Physical, Psychological, and Economic Consequences. CIHR: $18,474

 


 

Number of Grants for 2011 = 2

Grant amount total for 2011 = $117, 727

2010

  • Buckley, N. Survey on Ease and Accessibility of Knowledge Translation Services for Anaesthesia Care (KT study). HHS Anesthesia Academic Fund: $400
  • Buckley, N. Understanding the Information and Service Delivery Needs of Adolescents and Young Adults with Chronic Pain: A Qualitative Study. MacKids Foundation: $500
  • Buckley, N. The ENIGMA-II Trial: Nitrous Oxide Anesthesia and Cardiac Morbidity after Major Surgery: A Randomized Control Trial. HSFQ / HSFO / 2011 Alfred Health: $242,000
  • Buckley, N. Storytelling Based Medicine. MacKids Foundation and MITACS: $30,000
  • Buckley, N. Canadian Opioid Guideline Implementation Meeting. CIHR: $24,965
  • Chan, P. To assess the effectiveness of Pulse Radiofrequency Treatment of Dorsal Root Ganglion in Patients with Chronic Lumbar Radicular Pain. HAA: $6,280
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $2,250
  • MacDermid, J, Santaguida, L, Gross, L. Synthesizing Research Evidence into Clinical Recommendations for Managing Neck Pain (ICON). CIHR: $98,605
  • Park, J. Ultrasound guided diagnostic Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks. Zonaire: $6,000
  • Paul, J.E. A Randomized Comparison of Intraoperative Warming with the LMA PerfecTemp and Forced-Air. LMA Corporation: $18,000

 


 

Number of Grants for 2010 = 10

Grant amount total for 2010 = $429,000

2009

  • Buckley, N. A randomized crossover study of a combination of controlled-release oxycodone and naloxone (OXN) and controlled -release oxycodone HCl tablets in patients with chronic non-cancer pain. Purdue Pharma: $66,600
  • Buckley, N. Development of a National Pain Hub at McMaster University. HAHSO AFP: $100,000
  • Devereaux, PJ., Buckley, N., Paul, J. CT Angiography Prediction of Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patients cOhort evaluatioN (CTA-VISION). CIHR: $467,247
  • Devereaux, P.J. PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-2 (POISE-2) Trial: A Pilot. PSI 2008 / CIHR 2009 / CiHR 2010: $1,648,592
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $73,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $2,250
  • Musson, D. Interprofessional Team Coordination and Simulation-based learning for acute care settings. Ministry of Health and Long-term Care of Ontario: $450,000
  • Musson, D. Developing high-fidelity patient simulation test bed for telehealth and telemedicine in spaceflight and remote medical practice settings. Canadian Space Agency: $30,000
  • Musson, D. Predictors of stress, coping and cortisol secretion in an isolated Arctic research community. HHS Anesthesia Academic Fund: $16,000
  • Syed, S. The association between perioperative platelet inhibition(function) and major adverse perioperative cardiac events in post percutaneous coronary intervention patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery. PSI / CAS NIF / Anestheisa Patient Safety Foundation (APSF): $205,000

 


 

Number of Grants for 2009 = 10

Grant amount total for 2009 = $3,058,689

2008

  • Devereaux, PJ., Buckley, N., Thabane, L. Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN (VISION) Study. CIHR: $565,512
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $78,280
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $73,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $2,250
  • Musson, D. Development and validation of behavioural markers for the application of CanMEDS roles in Anesthesia and Critical Care postgraduate training. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons: $25,000
  • Nantha-Aree, M. MOBILE - Morphine cOnsumption in joint replacement patients, with and without gaBapentin treatment, a randomIzed controlLEd study. HHS NIF and Anesthesia Academic Fund: $40,000
  • Syed, S. Investigating the relationship between factor XIII levels and blood loss in cardiac surgery: A multi-centre, prospective observational study. Novo Nordisk: $100,000

 


 

Number of Grants for 2008 = 7

Grant amount total for 2008 = $884,042

2007

  • Buckley, N. Pregabalin vs. Placebo  as an add on for complex regional pain syndrome of the upper limb managed by stellate ganglion block (PREGA study). Pfizer: $88,400
  • Buckley, N. Randomized Evaluation of a Low-frequency Investigational Device Employing Neuromodulation Therapy in Patients with Fibromyalgia : A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial (RELIEF). Fralex: $43,400
  • Chettle / Havers. The incidence of accidental dural punctures in labouring parturients receiving epidurals in Hamilton. RMA: $7,500
  • Devereaux, P.J. Vascular events In non-cardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN study (The VISION Study). Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada: $400,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $81,714
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $73,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $2,250
  • McLean, R.F. Surgical Site Infection Phase 1-4. Anesthesia Academic Fund: $14,000
  • Paul, J.E. Reduction in Notable Events on an Acute Pain Service using Root Cause Analysis combined with Notification of Decision Makers. CPSI and CARF: $257,000

 


 

Number of Grants for 2007 = 9

Grant amount total for 2007 = $967,264

2006

  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $80,112
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $35,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $6,750

 


 

Number of Grants for 2006 = 3

Grant amount total for 2006 = $121,862

2005

  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $73,171
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $72,800
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $5,250
  • Nandagopal, M. Does acupressure decrease PONV after the NUSS procedure?. RMA: $1,278
  • Sawchuk, C. Predictors of massive blood loss in cardiac surgery: development and validation of a simple prediction rule. CIHR: $13,500

 


 

Number of Grants for 2005 = 5

Grant amount total for 2005 = $165,999

2004

  • Buckley, N. Buprenorphine Transdermal System vs. Placebo with Acetaminiphen Rescue in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain. Purdue Pharma: $30,000
  • Buckley, N. A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Dose-ranging, Parallel Group Phase II Study to evaluate teh safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetics of the Oral Neurokinin-1 Receptor Antagonist, , GW679769, When Administered with Intravenous Ondansetron Hydrochloride for the Prevention of Post-operative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV) and Post-discharge and Vomiting (PDNV) in Female subjects with known risk factors for PONV who are undergoing surgical procedures associated with an increased emetogenic risk. GlaxoSmithKline: $79,684
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $91,011
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $72,800
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $2,100
  • Paul, J.E. APS Outcomes Study. HHS Foundation: $5,500

 


 

Number of Grants for 2005 = 6

Grant amount total for 2004 = $281,095

2016

  • Buckley, N, Busse, J and the SPOR Investigators. Chronic Pain Network [SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease]. CIHR: $12,450,000
  • Busse JW. Treatment of Acute Musculoskeletal Complaints (excluding low back pain): A Network Meta-Analysis. National Safety Council: $300,000
  • Busse JW, Bhandari M, Petrisor B, Devereaux PJ, Sprague S, Slobogean G, Schemitsch E, Stone T, Viskontas D, McKee M, Nauth A, Hall J, McCabe R, Nowakowski M, Khan J, Hapidou E, Katz J. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to Prevent Persistent Post-Surgical Pain following Surgical Repair of Extremity Fractures: A Feasibility Study. Orthopedic Trauma Association: $79,991
  • Busse, J, Ware, MA. The efficacy and safety of medical cannabis for chronic non cancer pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. CIHR: $100,000
  • Paul, J. Vital sign monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry and wireless clinician notification after surgery (The VIGILANCE Study). HHS Anesthesia Academic Fund: $15,000
  • Schmidt L, Buckley N, Reddy D, Van Lieshout R, Chow C. Assessing the Effectiveness of an Interactive Virtual Reality Intervention, Story-Telling Medicine, in Reducing Perioperative Anxiety in Children Undergoing Elective Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial. CIHR Project Grant: $431,943
  • Shanthanna, H. Preventing Persistent Post-Surgical Pain after Thoracoscopic Surgeries: a Randomized Controlled Parallel Group Multicentre Pilot Study using Ketamine and Memantine. ASRA: $50,624.20 (USD)
  • Shanthanna, H. Preventing persistent post-surgical pain after thoracospcopic surgeries: A randomized controlled parallel group mulit-centre pilot study using ketamine and memantine. Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care 2016 Research Seed Project Competition: $30,000
  • Spence J. The relationship between intraoperative regional cerebral oxygen desaturation and postoperative functional decline (ReFUNCTION): A sub-study of NeuroVISION-Cardiac Surgery. RMA Funding: $7,467.80
  • Spence, J. Functional outcome after cardiac surgery (APPRAIsE). PHRI Internal Funding Program: $196,219
  • VanDeCappelle, C., Lidster, N. Competency in Anesthesia: A Multidimensional Concept. PGME Medical Education Research Grant: $2,350

 

2015

  • Shanthanna, H. RCT Mentoring Award. CIHR: $140,000
  • Sprague,S., Bhandari, M., Thomson,D., Agarwal, G., Bhatnagar, N., Busse, J.W., Collerman, A., Dal Bello-Haas, V., Faidi, S., Florkowski, D., MacIntyre, N., Petrisor, B., Reitsma, A., Schemitsch, E., Slogoboean, G., Swaminathan, A., Thabane, L., Vicente, M., Worster, A. A Scoping Review of the Intimate Partner Violence Literature: An Opportunity to Improve Patient Care. CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant: $50,000
  • Syed, S. Karkouti, K. Blood conservation in cardiac surgery using a novel transfusion algorithm based on point-of-care testing: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized controlled trial. CIHR Operating Grant: $32,650

 


 

2014

  • Busse, J.W., Mulla, S. Predicting disability benefits claim durations and comparing actual versus expected disability benefits claim durations. Mitacs-Accelerate Graduate Research Internship Program: $30,000
  • Busse, J.W., Guyatt, G.H., Buckley, N. Management of Chronic Neuropathic Pain Syndromes: A Network Meta-Analysis. CIHR: $100,000
  • Choi S, Khan J, Paul J. 2014-2016 Pregabalin and lidocaine in breast surgery to alter neuropathic pain (PLAN): a pilot study. PSI Resident Grant: $17,000
  • Ergun, S. Mentorship in Anesthesia: Surveying the Landscape. RMA Scholarship: $850
  • Guyatt, G.H., Busse, J.W., Buckley, N., et al. Pregabalin and Lidocaine in Breast Surgery to alter Neuropathic Pain (PLAN): Pilot Study. HAHSO: $130,434
  • Guyatt, G.H., Busse, J.W., Rampersaud, Y.R. Patient-centred interprofessional shared care model for low back pain management. CIHR: $100,000
  • Le Manach, Y., Devereaux, P.J. PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-3 (POISE-3) Trial: A Pilot. HAHSO: $99,780
  • McGillion, M.H., Busse, J.W., Lamy, A. FORESITE-VISION: Further Observation for chronic pain and poor functional recovery Risk factor Examination at the home SITE, a study in partnership with the VISION Cardiac Surgery Prospective Cohort Study. CIHR: $223,689
  • McGillion, M.H., Busse, J.W., Lamy, A. A multisite application of FORESITE-VISION: Further Observation for chronic pain and poor functional recovery Risk factor Examination at the home SITE, a study in partnership with the VISION Cardiac Surgery Prospective Cohort Study. NOAMA: $161,083
  • Paul, J. Vital sign monitoring with continuous pulse oximetry and wireless clinician notification after surgery (The VIGILANCE Study). HAHSO: $32,004
  • Syed, S., Karkouti, K. Blood conservation in cardiac surgery using a novel transfusion algorithm based on point-of-care testing: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized controlled trial. CIHR: $32,650
  • Shanthanna, H. Most Effective Opioid Analgesia in Ambulatory Surgeries: a randomized control, investigator blinded, parallel group with superiority design study of Morphine versus Hydromorphone. CARF: $20,000

 


 

2013

  • Buckley, N., Zacharias, R. Dissemination Events - Towards a practical solution for prescription drug misuse. CIHR: $25,000
  • Buckley, N., Carol, A., Zacharias, R. Development of a database – Prescription drug misuse and diversion. Purdue Pharma: $25,000
  • Buckley, N., Busse, J. A network meta-analysis of treatment for chronic neuropathic pain syndromes. CAS: $30,000

 


 

2012

  • Devereaux, P.J. Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinical Trials Grant (4 year grant) to fund the PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-2 (POISE-2) Trial. CIHR: $3,684,006
  • Choi, S., Paul, J.E., Turlough, O. New investigator Grant - Optimizing Pain and Rehabilitation after Knee Arthroplasty (OPRA). CAS: $20,000
  • Choi, S., Paul, J.E., Turlough, O. June Competition - Optimizing Pain and Rehabilitation after Knee Arthroplasty (OPRA). PSI: $14,500

 


 

2011

  • Reddy, D., Missiuna, P. Pain at home in Children following Major Surgery: Physical, Psychological, and Economic Consequences. CIHR: $18,474

 


 

2010

  • Buckley, N. Survey on Ease and Accessibility of Knowledge Translation Services for Anaesthesia Care (KT study). Anesthesia Academic Fund: $400
  • Buckley, N. Understanding the Information and Service Delivery Needs of Adolescents and Young Adults with Chronic Pain: A Qualitative Study. MacKids Foundation: $500
  • Buckley, N. The ENIGMA-II Trial: Nitrous Oxide Anesthesia and Cardiac Morbidity after Major Surgery: A Randomized Control Trial. HSFQ / HSFO / 2011 Alfred Health: $242,000
  • Buckley, N. Storytelling Based Medicine. MacKids Foundation and MITACS: $30,000
  • Chan, P. To assess the effectiveness of Pulse Radiofrequency Treatment of Dorsal Root Ganglion in Patients with Chronic Lumbar Radicular Pain. HAA: $6,280
  • MacDermid, J, Santaguida, L, Gross, L. Synthesizing Research Evidence into Clinical Recommendations for Managing Neck Pain (ICON). CIHR: $98,605
  • Park, J. Ultrasound guided diagnostic Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks. Zonaire: $6,000
  • Paul, J.E. A Randomized Comparison of Intraoperative Warming with the LMA PerfecTemp and Forced-Air. LMA Corporation: $18,000

 


 

2009

  • Buckley, N. A randomized crossover study of a combination of controlled-release oxycodone and naloxone (OXN) and controlled -release oxycodone HCl tablets in patients with chronic non-cancer pain. Purdue Pharma: $66,600
  • Buckley, N. Development of a National Pain Hub at McMaster University. HAHSO AFP: $100,000
  • Devereaux, P.J. PeriOperative ISchemic Evaluation-2 (POISE-2) Trial: A Pilot. PSI 2008 / CIHR 2009 / CiHR 2010: $1,648,592
  • Musson, D. Interprofessional Team Coordination and Simulation-based learning for acute care settings. Ministry of Health and Long-term Care of Ontario: $450,000
  • Musson, D. Developing high-fidelity patient simulation test bed for telehealth and telemedicine in spaceflight and remote medical practice settings. Canadian Space Agency: $30,000
  • Musson, D. Predictors of stress, coping and cortisol secretion in an isolated Arctic research community. Anesthesia Academic Fund: $16,000
  • Syed, S. The association between perioperative platelet inhibition(function) and major adverse perioperative cardiac events in post percutaneous coronary intervention patients undergoing non-cardiac surgery. PSI / CAS NIF / Anestheisa Patient Safety Foundation (APSF): $205,000

 


 

2008

  • Musson, D. Development and validation of behavioural markers for the application of CanMEDS roles in Anesthesia and Critical Care postgraduate training. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons: $25,000
  • Nantha-Aree, M. MOBILE - Morphine cOnsumption in joint replacement patients, with and without gaBapentin treatment, a randomIzed controlLEd study. HHS NIF and Anesthesia Academic Fund: $40,000
  • Syed, S. Investigating the relationship between factor XIII levels and blood loss in cardiac surgery: A multi-centre, prospective observational study. Novo Nordisk: $100,000

 



 

2007

  • Buckley, N. Pregabalin vs. Placebo  as an add on for complex regional pain syndrome of the upper limb managed by stellate ganglion block (PREGA study). Pfizer: $88,400
  • Buckley, N. Randomized Evaluation of a Low-frequency Investigational Device Employing Neuromodulation Therapy in Patients with Fibromyalgia : A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial (RELIEF). Fralex: $43,400
  • Chettle / Havers. The incidence of accidental dural punctures in labouring parturients receiving epidurals in Hamilton. RMA: $7,500
  • Devereaux, P.J. Vascular events In non-cardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN study (The VISION Study). Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada: $400,000
  • McLean, R.F. Surgical Site Infection Phase 1-4. Anesthesia Academic Fund: $14,000
  • Paul, J.E. Reduction in Notable Events on an Acute Pain Service using Root Cause Analysis combined with Notification of Decision Makers. CPSI and CARF: $257,000

 


 

2006

  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Alterations in Hypertensive Arteries. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario Grant-in-aid: $80,112
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., Perivascular adipose tissue, reactive oxygen species, and hypertension. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario: $35,000
  • Lee, R.M.K.W., McMaster University Summer Work Study Program: $6,750

 


 

2005

  • Nandagopal, M. Does acupressure decrease PONV after the NUSS procedure?. RMA: $1,278
  • Sawchuk, C. Predictors of massive blood loss in cardiac surgery: development and validation of a simple prediction rule. CIHR: $13,500

 


 

2004

  • Buckley, N. Buprenorphine Transdermal System vs. Placebo with Acetaminiphen Rescue in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain. Purdue Pharma: $30,000
  • Buckley, N. A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Dose-ranging, Parallel Group Phase II Study to evaluate teh safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetics of the Oral Neurokinin-1 Receptor Antagonist, , GW679769, When Administered with Intravenous Ondansetron Hydrochloride for the Prevention of Post-operative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV) and Post-discharge and Vomiting (PDNV) in Female subjects with known risk factors for PONV who are undergoing surgical procedures associated with an increased emetogenic risk. GlaxoSmithKline: $79,684
  • Paul, J.E. APS Outcomes Study. HHS Foundation: $5,500

 


 

Number of Grants = 67

Grant amount total = $9,843,747

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