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2019 E-Posters

 

Poster Winners:

1st Place
Population Analysis of HLA Eplet and Allele Frequencies to Assess the Feasibility of Eplet-Matching in Canada

  • Lead: Jenny Tran 
  • Team: Karen Sherwood, Franz Fenninger, Oliver P Gunther, Sabina Dobrer, Lenka Allan, Rene J Duquesnoy, Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, Frans H Claas, Genome Canada Transplant Consortium., Paul A Keown    

2nd Place

Patient Perspectives on Financial Barriers to Home Dialysis Training in BC and Yukon: A Qualitative Survey            

  • Lead: Amanda Cunningham 
  • Team: Andrea Giustino, David Prchal, Monica Beaulieu    

Complete listing of posters:

  1. Effects of a Renal Nordic walking program on Quality of Life and Fitness in renal patients at St. Paul’s 
    • Lead: Leonora Chao
    • Team: Susie Neufeld, Vicky Ngo, Dani Renouf, Sandra Squire, Alison Hoens, Sameer Desai
  2. Population Analysis of HLA Eplet and Allele Frequencies to Assess the Feasibility of Eplet-Matching in Canada
    • Lead: Jenny Tran
    • Team: Karen Sherwood, Franz Fenninger, Oliver P Gunther, Sabina Dobrer, Lenka Allan, Rene J Duquesnoy, Ruth Sapir-Pichhadze, Frans H Claas, Genome Canada Transplant Consortium., Paul A Keown 
  3. QUALITY ANALYSIS OF NGS IN GENERATING HLA GENOTYPES IN A CLINICAL LAB
    • Lead: Jenny Tran
    • Team: Karen Sherwood, Brendan McKenzie, Edlyn Gomez, Tony Yeung, Jennifer Beckrud, Lenka Allan, Genome Canada Transplant Consortium, Paul A Keown
  4. Evaluation of provincial initiatives in palliative care: a baseline assessment of pre-implementation clinician practices
    • Lead: Juliya Hemmett
    • Team: Alice Wang, Sarah Thomas, Sushila Saunders, Adeera Levin, Gaylene Hargrove
  5. Evaluation of provincial initiatives in palliative care: a baseline assessment of pre-implementation patient perspectives
    • Lead: Juliya Hemmett
    • Team: Alice Wang, Sarah Thomas, Sushila Saunders, Adeera Levin, Gaylene Hargrove
  6. Using a Logic Model to systematically evaluate an initiative to improve patient transition to home dialysis therapies (HDTs) 
    • Lead: Juliya Hemmett
    • Team: Alice Wang, Linda Turnbull, Janet Williams, Sushila Saunders, Sarah Thomas, Adeera Levin, Michael Copland, Suneet Singh.
  7. Decreasing incidences of peritonitis through home visits and retraining
    • Lead: Rebecca Law
    • Team: Vlad Padure
  8. Patient perspectives on delivery of drug therapy information and renal pharmacist quality-indicator drug therapy problems
    • Lead: Natalie Lesko
    • Team: Mary T Lam, William Nevers, Sean Gorman, Kate Boutin, Alice Ratcheva
  9. To Pee or not to pee? what GFR are we?
    • Lead: Lesley Thellend
    • Team:Dr. Joslyn Conley and Jennifer Stieda 
  10. Interior Health Renal Transplant Dermatology Clinics
    • Lead:Kim McDuff
  11. Kidney Check: Identifying kidney disease and diabetes in BC First Nations communities
    • Lead: Catherine Turner
    • Team: Craig Settee, on behalf of the Can-SOLVE CKD Network
  12. Respectful engagement of Indigenous peoples in a pan-Canadian kidney research network 
    • Lead: Craig Settee
    • Team: Catherine Turner, on behalf of the Can-SOLVE CKD Network
  13. An Evaluation of the Empiric Antibiotic Regimen for the Treatment of Peritoneal Dialysis-Associated Peritonitis at Vancouver General Hospital 
    • Lead: Amanda  Driver
    • Team: Elaine Cheng and Suneet Singh
  14. Transiton Care Unit
    • Lead: Kunjal Desai
    • Team: Agnes Low, Hassan Akhoond, Shalini Desai, Kunjal Desai
  15. Development of a Provincial Framework to Advance Patient Engagement in Kidney Care and Research
    • Lead: Winphia Koo
    • Team: Helen Chiu, Dennis McCann, Winphia Koo, Anita Rand, Jared Provost, Sue Bal, Jana Sadler, Neelam Mann, Brenda Lee, Gloria Freeborn, Sushila Saunders for the BC Renal Patient & Family Engagement Framework Working Group
  16. Integrating the lived experience of kidney donors and recipients in Transplant Education
    • Lead: Katherine Schmidt
    • Team: Vlad Padure, Rebecca Law, Sandra Nobert, Tina Bentivoglio, Alison Rowe
  17. Patient Perspectives on Financial Barriers to Home Dialysis Training in BC and Yukon: A Qualitative Survey
    • Lead: Amanda  Cunningham
    • Team: Andrea Giustino, David Prchal, Monica Beaulieu
  18. Utilizing Patient Support Workers (PSWs) to provide hemodialysis at home
    • Lead: Vlad Padure
    • Team: Rebecca Law, Dr. Andreas Pierratos


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