Myuri Manogaran

Myuri

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  • Programme: Doctoral Programme in Population Health, University of Ottawa (2012-present)
  • Project Title: Interprofessional Initiatives in Canada
  • Research Projects:

 

November 2011 – Present: The role of interprofessional collaboration in the Medical Laboratory Sector.  Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Co-investigator).
August 2011 – Present: Student, faculty, and healthcare workers and managers’ readiness for interprofessional learning and views on interprofessional practice: A perspective from Canada.  Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Co-investigator).
Sept. 2009 – March 2011: The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit.  Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Principal Investigator).
April – May 2008: An assessment of women's knowledge of and views on the reporting of ultrasound markers during the routine anatomy ultrasound examination. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mt Sinai Hospital (Co-investigator).
Jan 2007 – May 2007: State of interprofessional collaboration on the neonatal intensive care unit, SickKids (Principal Investigator).
May 2005 – Dec 2005: Women’s views on participation in a randomized controlled study of cerclage for the short cervix in pregnancy. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mt Sinai Hospital (Co-investigator).
  • Publications & Presentations:

Articles in referred journals

2012 Myuri Manogaran and Brenda Gamble. The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process on the neonatal intensive care unit. Proceedings of the International Conference on Allied Health Science.  2012 July: 39-44.
2010 Rebecca Cash, Myuri Manogaran, Hannah Stroka, Nan Okun. An assessment of women's knowledge of and views on the reporting of ultrasound markers during the routine anatomy ultrasound examination. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2010 Feb; 32(2):120-5.

Invited Presentations

2012 Case study: Interprofessional practice in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Guest lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, UOIT, Oshawa, ON. February 2012.

Relevant Presentations/Posters

2013 Making interprofessional teams work: Lessons learned from a neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract, published paper).  11th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.  Honolulu, Hawaii.  Forthcoming January 2013.
2012 Post-licensure interprofessional education for the discharge planning process in a neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract).  All Together Better Health VI.  Kobe, Japan.  October 2012.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract).  All Together Better Health VI.  Kobe, Japan.  October 2012.
Leadership on a discharge planning team in a neonatal intensive care unit (poster, published abstract).  Priorities 2012.  Vancouver, British Columbia.  September 2012.
Post-licensure interprofessional education for the discharge planning process in a neonatal intensive care unit (poster, published abstract).  Priorities 2012.  Vancouver, British Columbia.  September 2012.
Quality in medical laboratories: Views on the interface between the laboratory, patients, and care providers (poster, published abstract).  Priorities 2012.  Vancouver, British Columbia.  September 2012 (Co-author).
Interprofessional collaboration: Lessons learned from a neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract).  2012 TASME Conference.  Toronto, Ontario.  July 2012.
The transferability of healthcare leadership across hospital, community and military institutions (poster, published abstract).  2012 National Health Leadership Conference.  Halifax, Nova Scotia.  June 2012 (Co-author).
Collaborative leadership for the discharge planning process in a neonatal intensive care unit (poster, published abstract).  2012 Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference.  Montreal, Quebec. May 2012.
Collaborative leadership for the discharge planning process in a neonatal intensive care unit (poster, published abstract).  2012 Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference.  Montreal, Quebec. May 2012.
Collaborative leadership for the discharge planning process in a neonatal intensive care unit (presentation, poster, published abstract).  The 8th Annual NaHSSA Conference - Innovation & Technology in Healthcare.  Kitchener, Ontario.  March 2012.
Accountability and interprofessional practice: An Ontario case study of the medical laboratory sector (poster).  The 8th Annual NaHSSA Conference - Innovation & Technology in Healthcare.  Kitchener, Ontario.  March 2012 (Co-author).
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster, published abstract).  CHSPR 24th Annual Health Policy Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia. February 2012.
2011 The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract).  Collaborating Across Borders III. Tucson, Arizona. November 2011.
Student readiness for interprofessional learning and views on interprofessional practice: A perspective from Canada (poster).  Collaborating Across Borders III.  Tucson, Arizona.  November 2011. (Co-author).
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract).  SickKids Nursing Research Day. Toronto, Ontario.  October 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation, published abstract, published paper).  2011 International Conference on Allied Health Sciences.  Kuala Lampur, Malaysia.  July 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster and published abstract).  University of Ontario Institute of Technology Inaugural Graduate Student Conference.  Oshawa, Ontario.  May 2011.
History matters when implementing legislation to facilitate interprofessional practice: A perspective from Ontario (poster and published abstract).  2011 Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference.  Halifax, Nova Scotia.  May 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster and published abstract).  2011 Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Conference.  Halifax, Nova Scotia.  May 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster and published abstract).  The 7th Annual National Health Sciences Students’ Association Conference – Crossing the Bridges of Socioeconomic and Cultural Diversity in Healthcare.  Richmond Hill, Ontario. March 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (oral presentation and published abstract).  2011 Aldrich Interdisciplinary Conference.  St. John’s, Newfoundland.  February 2011.
The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster and published abstract). Interprofessional Education Ontario Conference 2011.  Toronto, Ontario. January 2011.
2010 The role of interprofessional collaboration on the discharge planning process in the neonatal intensive care unit (poster and published abstract).  University of Ontario Institute of Technology Inaugural Graduate Student Conference.  Oshawa, Ontario.  May 2010.
2009 An assessment of women's knowledge of and views on the reporting of ultrasound markers during the routine anatomy ultrasound examination (presentation and published abstract).  UofT Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology’s 26th Annual Research Day.  Toronto, Ontario.  May 2009. (Co-author)

 

  • Where you are now?: PhD student at the University of Ottawa, Institute of Population Health