Completed Research Projects

Completed research projects are listed below.

HEALTHCARE WORKERS COPING STRATEGIES TO DEAL WITH STRESS DURING COVID-19

We investigated coping strategies that health care workers used to deal with stress during the pandemic, assessing their effectiveness, and using that information to recommend new measures to protect the mental health of health care professionals.

Funding provided by the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity (Mi4).

White paper available in English (PDF) ou Français (PDF).

Publications (+= supervisee):

Lou, N. M.+, Montreuil, T. C., Feldman, L., Fried, G., Lavoie-Tremblay, M., Bhanji, F., Kennedy, H., Kaneva, P., & Harley, J.M. (in press / online first 2021). Nurses’ and physicians’ distress, burnout, and coping strategies during COVID-19: Stress and impact on perceived performance and intentions to quit. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. DOI: 10.1097/CEH.0000000000000365

Lou, N. M.+, Montreuil, T. C., Feldman, L., Fried, G., Lavoie-Tremblay, M., Bhanji, F., Kennedy, H., Kaneva, P., Drouin, S., & Harley, J.M. (in press / online first 2021). Notes from the field: Evaluations of healthcare providers’ perceived support from personal, hospital, and system resources: Implications for well-being and management in healthcare in Montreal, Quebec during COVID-19. Evaluation & the Health Professions. DOI: DOI:10.1177/01632787211012742

Harley, J.M, Montreuil, T. C., Lou, N. M., Feldman, L., Fried, G., Lavoie-Tremblay, M., Bhanji, F., Kennedy, H. (in press). Rethinking how health care professionals cope with stress: A process model for COVID-19 and beyond. Health Care Management Review

EXPLORING THE ROLES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HEALTH SCIENCES EDUCATION

We explored the roles of AI in health sciences education. Specifically, through (a) a scoping review and (b) out outreach activities, including a national panel of experts in the field of AI in health sciences education from medical education, associations, and industry.

Funding provided by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

National panel recording available here.

White Paper available in English (PDF) ou Français (PDF). 

Publications (+= supervisee):

Bilgic, E.,+ Gorgy, A.,+ Yang, A., Cwintal, M., Ranjbar, H., Kahla, K., Reddy, D., Li, K., Ozturk, H., Zimmermann, E., Quaiattini, A., Abbasgholizadeh-Rahimi, S., Poenaru, D., & Harley, J.M. (in press / online first 2021). Exploring the Roles of Artificial Intelligence in Surgical Education: A Scoping Review. The American Journal of Surgery. DOI:10.1016/j.amjsurg.2021.11.023

Bilgic, E.+, Gorgy, A.+, Young, M., Abbasgholizadeh-Rahimi, S., & Harley, J. M. (in press / online first 2021). Artificial Intelligence in Surgical Education: Considerations for Interdisciplinary Collaborations. Surgical Innovation. DOI: 10.1177/15533506211059269

Kocabas, S.+, Bilgic, E.+, Gorgy, A.+, & Harley, J.M. (2021) Deconstructing Canada’s efforts to integrate artificial intelligence in medicine and medical education. McGill Journal of Medicine, 19(1). DOI: 10.26443/mjm.v19i1.871

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