Presentations & Posters

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2020

Hohl CM, Cragg A. Evaluating the Use of ActionADE to Flag Patients with Suspected Prescription Opioid Misuse: A Randomized Control Trial. Network of Canadian Emergency Researchers, Lake Louise, AB. February 2020. (Oral presentation)

Hohl CM, Balka E. Implementing and Evaluating ActionADE to Transform Medication Safety: A Randomized Control Trial. Network of Canadian Emergency Researchers, Lake Louise, AB. February 2020. (Oral presentation)

2019

Kitchen SA, McGrail K, Wickham ME, Hohl CM. Evaluating the effect of pharmacist-led medication review in high-risk patients on downstream health services utilization. Academy Health Conference, Washington, DC. June 2019. (Poster & oral presentation).

Kitchen SA, McGrail K, Wickham ME, Hohl CM. Evaluating the effect of pharmacist-led medication review in high-risk patients on downstream health services utilization. CAHSPR Conference, Halifax, NS. May 2019. (Poster presentation).

Cragg A, Hau JP, Woo SA, Kitchen SA, Liu C, Doyle-Waters MM, Hohl CM. Risk factors for misuse of prescribed opioids: a systematic review and meta-analysis. CAEP Conference, Halifax, NS. May 2019 (Oral presentation).

Small SS, Cragg A, Woo S, Balka E, Hohl CM. Developing ActionADE: Integrated software for adverse drug event reporting. e-Health 2019, Toronto, ON. May 2019 (Oral presentation)

Kitchen SA, McGrail K, Law M, Hohl CM. Measuring the effect of pharmacist-led medication review on health outcomes. UBC Department of Emergency Medicine Research Day, Vancouver, BC. April 2019 (Oral presentation).

Cragg A, Hau JP, Woo SA, Kitchen SA, Liu C, Doyle-Waters MM, Hohl CM. Systematic review of risk factors for misuse of prescribed opioids. UBC Department of Emergency Medicine Research Day, Vancouver, BC. April 2019 (Oral presentation).

Woo SA, Cragg, A, Wickham ME, Peddie D, Balka E, Scheuermeyer F, Villanyi D, Hohl CM. Evaluating the preventability of adverse drug events. CHSPR Conference, Vancouver, BC. March 2019. (Poster presentation).

Small SS, Balka E, Hohl CM. Qualitative evaluation of a pilot adverse drug event reporting platform to inform future design and change management activities. 25th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference. Oct 25-29, 2019. Vancouver CA. (Oral presentation).

Hau JP, Small SS, Hohl CM. Implementing and evaluating ActionADE to transform medication safety. Technologies in Emergency Care (TEC) Vancouver Conference 2019. Nov 2, 2019. Vancouver CA. (Oral presentation).

Hohl CM, Trimble J, Small SS. Implementing and evaluating ActionADE to transform medication safety. Putting Patients First 2019. Nov 20, 2019. Vancouver CA. (Poster presentation).

2018

Peddie D., Small S., Wickham M., Badke K., Woo, S., Hohl C.M. and Balka E. (2018) Incorporating Participatory Design Approaches into HTA. HTAi 2018 Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada: June 1-5, 2018. (Poster Presentation)

Cragg A, Hau JP, Woo SA, Kitchen SA, Liu C, Doyle-Waters MM, Hohl CM. Risk factors for addiction among patients prescribed opioids: Preliminary results of a systematic review. UBC Department of Emergency Medicine Research Day, Vancouver, BC. April 2018 (Oral presentation).

Small, S.S., Barry, K., Radley, L., Hohl, C.M., & Balka, E. Patient engagement in a health technology research program: Perspectives on process and lessons. 2018 Annual CAHSPR Conference. Montreal, Canada: May 29-31, 2018. (Poster Presentation)

2017

Small, S.S., Peddie, D., Ackerley, C., Balka, E., & Hohl, C.M. What do patients think of medication information sharing? Insights from ActionADE. Presented at Quality Forum 2017: Imagine Tomorrow, Act Today. Vancouver, Canada: March 1-3, 2017. (Poster Presentation)

Small, S.S., Peddie, D., Ackerley, C., Balka, E., & Hohl, C.M. Seeking balance in the privacy of digital health: Exploring patients’ perceptions in the development of the ActionADE platform. Presented at ITCH 2017: Building Capacity for Health Informatics in the Future. Victoria, Canada: February 16-19, 2017.  (Poster Presentation)

Stockton, K., Wickham, M., Lai, S., Badke, K., Villanyi, D., Ho, V., . . . Hohl, C. (2017). LO51: Incidence of clinically relevant medication errors after implementation of an electronic medication reconciliation process. CJEM, 19 (S1), S45-S45. doi:10.1017/cem.2017.113 (Oral Presentation)

Woo, S., Cragg, A., Wickham, M., Ackerley, C., Villanyi, D., Scheuermeyer, F., & Hohl, C. (2017). LO92: Factors contributing to the development of adverse drug events treated in emergency departments. CJEM, 19 (S1), S59-S60. doi:10.1017/cem.2017.154 (Oral Presentation)

2016

Ackerley, CA, Hohl, CM, & Balka, E. What goes unsaid? Critical discourse analysis of stakeholders’ communication in an integrated knowledge translation project. Presented at Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum, Toronto, Canada. June 28, 2016. (Poster presentation). -Link-

Small, SS, Peddie, D, Badke, K, Wickham, ME, Bailey, C, Chruscicki, A, Balka, E, & Hohl, CM. Designing an Adverse Drug Event Reporting System to Prevent Unintentional Re-exposures to Harmful Drugs. Presented at Simon Fraser University Health Research Day, Vancouver, Canada. May 4, 2016. (Poster presentation). -Link-

Chruscicki, A., Badke, K., Peddie, D., Small, S., Balka, E., & Hohl, C. (2016). P026: Pilot-testing an adverse drug event documentation form prior to its implementation in an electronic health record. CJEM, 18 (S1), S87-S87. doi:10.1017/cem.2016.202 (Poster Presentation)

Hohl, C., Badke, K., Wickham, M., Zhao, A., Sivilotti, M., & Perry, J. (2016). LO051: Validation of a clinical decision rule to detect patients with adverse drug events in the emergency department. CJEM, 18 (S1), S47-S48. doi:10.1017/cem.2016.88 (Oral Presentation)

2015

Peddie, D. Adverse Drug Events in Practice: From planned to situated drug safety. Presented at Society for Social Studies of Science 2015 Annual Meeting. Denver, CO, 2015 (Oral presentation)

Peddie D, Hohl C, Bailey C, Wickham M, Badke K, Small S, Balka, E. Reporting that Works: Developing an adverse drug event reporting tool that meets clinician and patient needs. Presented at UBC Emergency Medicine Research Day. Vancouver, BC, 2015. (Oral presentation)

Peddie D, Hohl C, Bailey C, Wickham M, Badke K, Small S, Balka, E. Challenges Care Providers Face Documenting Adverse Drug Events: An Observational Study. Quality Forum, Vancouver, BC, 2015. (Poster presentation). -Link-

Bailey C, Peddie D, Wickham M, Badke K, Lander B, Balka E, Hohl CM. Adverse Drug Event Reporting: Getting the Message Across. BC PSQC Quality Forum 2015. Vancouver, BC 2015 (Poster presentation). -Link-

Hohl CM, McGrail K, Ghement I, Wickham M, Partovi N, Sobolev BG. Impact Of Pharmacist-­led Medication Review In The Emergency Department On Downstream Health Services Utilization. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. 2015 (Oral presentation).

Hohl CM, McGrail K, Ghement I, Wickham M, Partovi N, Sobolev BG. Impact Of Pharmacist-­led Medication Review In The Emergency Department On Downstream Health Services Utilization. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, USA, 2015 (Oral presentation).

Bailey C, Peddie D, Wickham M, Hohl CM, Balka E. Patients’ roles in reporting adverse drug event in hospitals – Is there a greater need for patient education on medications? Lareb, April 22, 2015 (Oral presentation).

Balka E, Hohl CM. Adverse Drug Events in Context: A Preliminary Overview of Systems Level Issues Influencing Patient Safety. BC PSQC Quality Forum 2015. Vancouver, BC, 2015 (Oral presentation).

Hohl CM, McGrail K, Ghement I; Wickham M; Partovi N; Sobolev BG. Does Pharmacist-let Medication Review Improve Health outcomes – evaluation of a quality improvement project. BC PSQC Quality Forum 2015.Vancouver, BC, 2015 (Oral presentation).

2014

Karpov A; Mok C; Parcero C; Panditha C; Dempster L; Yu E; Hohl CM. Validation of trigger tools and the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System-Cooperative Adverse Drug Event Surveillance Project (NEISS-CADES) algorithms for identification of adverse drug events within emergency department health records. CAEP Conference, Ottawa, ON. May 31- June 4, 2014 (Plenary Presentation, Top Resident Research Award). CJEM 2014;15(S1):S21.

2013

Quinn M, Hunte G, Hohl CM. The role of pharmacists within the context of an emergency department-based adverse drug event screening program. CAEP Conference, Vancouver, BC. June 2-5, 2013 (Poster Presentation). CJEM 2013;15(S1).

Hohl CM, Reddekopp LN, Yu E, Rotinsky J, Stang C. Reliability of clinical decision rules to improve the detection of adverse drug events in emergency department patients. CAEP Conference, Vancouver, BC. June 2-5, 2013 (Poster Presentation). CJEM 2013;15(S1).

Hohl CM, Reddekopp LN, Yu E, Tsang R, Partovi N. Pharmacist-led medication review in high-risk emergency department patients: a workload estimate. CAEP Conference, Vancouver, BC. June 2-5, 2013 (Poster Presentation). CJEM 2013;15(S1).

Hohl CM, Reddekopp LN, Tsang R, Partovi N, Yu E, Coleman J, Karpov A, Campbell D. Feasibility of implementing an adverse drug event screening program in an emergency department. CAEP Conference, Vancouver, BC. June 2-5, 2013 (OralPresentation). CJEM 2013;15(S1).

2012

Hohl CM, Kuramoto L, Rogula B, Yu E, Sobolev B. Adverse Drug Event Reports in Administrative Records of Emergency Department Patients. CAEP Conference, Niagara Falls, ON. June 2-5, 2012. (Poster presentation). CJEM 2012; 14 (S1).

Hohl CM, Yu ES, Hunte G, Brubacher JR, Hosseini F, Argent C, Chan W, Wiens M, Sheps S, Singer J. Clinical Decision Rules to Improve the Detection of Adverse Drug Events in Emergency Department Patients. CAEP Conference, Niagara Falls, ON. June 2-5, 2012. (Plenary presentation). CJEM 2012; 14 (S1).

2011

Hohl CM, Yu ES, Hunte G, Brubacher JR, Hosseini F, Argent C, Chan W, Wiens M, Sheps S, Singer J. Clinical Decision Rules to Improve the Detection of Adverse Drug Events in Emergency Department Patients. American College of Emergency Physicians, San Francisco, CA, Oct 2011. Best Paper Award 2011. (Oral Presentation)

2010

Hohl CM, Nosyk B, Zed PJ, Kuramoto L, Brubacher J, Sheps S, Abu-Laban RB, Loewen PS, Sobolev B. Outcomes of Patients who Present to the Emergency Department because of an Adverse Drug Event, CAEP, Montreal, QC, June 2010. (Oral Presentation)

Hohl CM, Brubacher J, Singer J. Emergency Physicians Attitudes about Routine Screening for Adverse Drug Events, CAEP, Montreal, QC, June 2010. (Oral Presentation)

2009

Hohl CM, Zed PJ, Abu-Laban RB, Brubacher JR & Loewen PS. Comparative Performance of Emergency Physicians and Clinical Pharmacists in Evaluating Patients for Drug-Related ED Visits. Poster presentation at the CAEP, Calgary, AB, June 2009.

Hohl CM, Zed PJ, Abu-Laban RB, Brubacher JR, Loewen PS. Emergency Physician Recognition of Drug-Related Visits to the Emergency Department. Poster presentation at CAEP, Calgary, AB, June 2009.

Hohl CM, Zed PJ, Abu-Laban RB, Brubacher JR, Loewen PS. Emergency Physician Recognition of Drug-Related Visits to the Emergency Department. Oral presentation at SAEM Conference 2009.

2008 & Earlier

Hohl CM, Abu-Laban R, Zed P et al. Patient-Reported Adverse Drug Related Events from Emergency Department Discharge Prescriptions. CAEP, Victoria, BC. June 2007 (oral) Can J of  Emerg Med 2007.9(3):193-194.

Hohl CM, Abu-Laban R, Zed P et al. Patient-Reported Adverse Drug Related Events from Emergency Department Discharge Prescriptions. SAEM, Chicago IL, USA. May 2007 (poster) Acad Emerg Med. 2007.14(5):S194.

Zed PJ, Abu-Laban RB, Balen RM, Loewen PS, Hohl CM et al. Drug-Related Visits to the Emergency Department of a Large Canadian Hospital: A Prospective Study. CAEP, Victoria, BC. June 2007 (oral) Can J of Emerg Med 2007.9(3):194-195.

Hohl CM, Robitaille C, Lord V et al. Emergency Physician Recognition of Adverse Drug Related Events in Elderly Patients Presenting to an Emergency Department. CAEP, Montreal, QC. May 2007 (poster) Can J of Emerg Med 2004; 6(3):171.

Hohl CM, Robitaille C, Lord V et al. Emergency Physician Recognition of Adverse Drug Related Events in Elderly Patients Presenting to an Emergency Department. SAEM, Orlando, FL, USA. May 2004 (oral) Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11:448.

Robitaille C, Lord V, Hohl CM et al. Frequency of adverse drug related events in elderly patients presenting to the emergency department. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, New Orleans, LA, USA. 2003 (poster).

Hohl CM, Robitaille C, Lord V et al. Frequency of adverse drug related events in elderly patients presenting to the emergency department. AMUQ, Quebec, QC. 2003 (oral).

Selected presentations and posters