Agenda

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Dimanche le 24 septembre

13h00

INSCRIPTIONS

13h00 - 17h00

Pour la première fois, les ateliers inclueront 2 séances, une séance préconférence et une deuxième séance post-conférence. Celle-ci offrira la chance aux délégué(e)s de discuter, suite à l’expérience du Forum, des prochaines démarches pertinentes à leur groupe d’intérêts en recherche.

13h00

MISE EN PLACE DES EXPOSANTS ET DES AFFICHES DE PRÉSENTATION

13h00 - 16h00

14h00

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE PRÉCONFÉRENCE 1

14h00 - 17h00

Le cannabis à des fins médicales, l’exploration des risques et des possibilités.

M. J. D. Richardson, FRCPC & Col Rakesh Jetly, OMM,CD,MD,FRCPC

M. J. D. Richardson, FRCPC Psychiatre, médecin-chef Parkwood Operational Stress Injury Clinic; professeur agrégé, département de psychiatrie, Université Western; professeur adjoint, département de psychiatrie et de neurosciences comportementales, Université McMaster

Col Rakesh Jetly, OMM,CD,MD,FRCPC Professeur agrégé en psychiatrie, Université de Dalhousie, Université Queen’s, Université d’Ottawa

14h00

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE PRÉCONFÉRENCE 2

14h00 - 17h00

La condition physique et la guérison des maladies et blessures.

Lcol Markus Besemann, MD, FRCP; M. Thomas Karakolis, PhD; M. Ryan

Lcol Markus Besemann, MD, FRCP Services de santé des Forces armées canadiennes, Ministère de la défense nationale

M. Thomas Karakolis, PhD Scientifique de la défense, Recherche et Développement pour la défense Canada

M. Ryan Graham, PhD Professeur adjoint, Université d’Ottawa

14h00

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE PRÉCONFÉRENCE 3

14h00 - 17h00

La culture et la diversité, le bien-être et l’identité du personnel militaire

M. Allan English, PhD & Mme Stéphanie Bélanger, CD, PhD

M. Allan English, PhD Professeur agrégé en histoire, Université Queen’s

Mme Stéphanie Bélanger, CD, PhD Professeure titulaire, Collège militaire royal du Canada, co-directrice scientifique (intérimaire), Institut canadien de recherche sur la santé des militaires et des vétérans

14h00

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE PRÉCONFÉRENCE 4

14h00 - 17h00

La transition et la famille

Mme Deborah Norris, PhD & Mme Alla Skomorovsky, PhD

Mme Deborah Norris, PhD Professeure agrégée dans le département des études familiales et de gérontologie à l’Université Mount Saint-Vincent

Mme Alla Skomorovsky, PhD Scientifique de la défense, Ministère de la défense nationale

14h00

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE PRÉCONFÉRENCE 5

14h00 - 17h00

Les recherches contemporaines concernant le personnel de sécurité publique

M. Nick Carleton, PhD; Mme Rose Riccardelli, PhD; Mme Renee MacPh

M. Nick Carleton, PhD Professeur titulaire, Université de Regina

Mme Rose Riccardelli, PhD Professeure agrégée, département de sociologie, Université Memorial

Mme Renee MacPhee, PhD Professeure agrégée, sciences de la santé, kinésiologie et éducation physique, Université Laurier

Lundi le 25 septembre

8h00

OUVERTURE DES TABLES D’INSCRIPTION

9h00

SÉANCE PLÉNIÈRE D’OUVERTURE

9h00 - 10h00

10h00

PAUSE

10h00 - 10h30

10h30

SÉANCE PLÉNIÈRE MATINALE

10h30 - 11h30

Air Commodore Rich Withnall

Air Commodore Rich Withnall
Directeur médical, Service médical de la Défence UK

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Air Commodore Rich Withnall joined the Royal Air Force (RAF) as a Medical Cadet in 1990 and qualified from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of ...

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Dr. Mark A. Williamson

Dr. Mark A. Williamson
Directeur général, Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada - Centre des sciences pour la sécurité

Mark A. Williamson est le directeur général du Centre des sciences pour la sécurité de Recherche et développement pour la défense Canada (RDDC CSS) qui mène ses activités en partenariat avec Sécurité publique Canada. RDDC CSS dirige le Programme canadien pour ...

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11h30

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 1

11h30 - 13h00

 

1A

Santé mentale et l’état de stress post-traumatique

201B-201C

1B

La résilience de la famille et leur soutien

202A

1C

Le personnel de sécurité publique

202B

1D

La transition et l’identité

203A

1E

Les programmes et les cliniques sur la santé physique et la réhabilitation

203B

11h30-11h50

Christina Wolfson, PhD

1A01

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Cohort of Self-Identified Veterans

Nicola Fear, DPhil

1B01

Support for the Families of UK Reservists: Too Much, Too Little or About Right?

Duncan Shields, PhD

1C01

First Responder Well-Being: Understanding Firefighters Experience of Occupational Stress and Wellness

Maya Eichler, PhD

1D01

Experiences of Female CAF Veterans: Gendering Military-to-Civilian Transitions

Greg Lagacé, MSM

1E01

The Soldier On Program

11h50-12h10

Benjamin Dunkley, PhD

1A02

Perception of Emotional Faces Induces Fear Circuit Hyper Connectivity in Soldiers with PTSD

Kaitlin Wynia, MA (Cand)

1B02

Exploring Family Resiliency within Canadian Armed Forces Veteran Families During the Military to Civilian Life Transition

R. Nicholas Carleton, PhD

1C02

Mental Health Among Canadian Public Safety Personnel: Taking a National Pulse

Jim Thompson, MD

1D02

Veterans’ Identities, Well-being and Recognition: Findings of the 2016 VAC-CIMVHR Research Theme Working Group

Helen Mackay, PhD (Student)

1E02

Canadian Forces Health Services National Occupational Therapy Program: A Program Update by the Rehabilitation Program

12h10-12h30

Deborah Norris, PhD

1A03

Post-traumatic Growth and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Scoping Review

Timothy Black, PhD

1B03

Couples Overcoming PTSD Every Day Program: Evaluation of Group-Based Intervention to Support Couples Living with PTSD - Year Three

Rose Ricciardelli, PhD

1C03

The Elephant in the Room: Understanding Trauma Hierarchies and Unpacking Perceptions of “Legitimacy”

Steve Rose, PhD

1D03

Rethinking the Concept of Identity Among Veterans In Transition

Selena Glover, MSc

1E03

Tackling Repeated Healthcare Seeking for Low Back Pain – A Canadian Forces Health Services Centre Atlantic Pilot Initiative

12h30-12h50

Amber Gilberto, BScPN

1A04

An Exploration of Recovery from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Canadian Armed Forces Veterans: A Qualitative Inquiry Using Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis

Rachael Gribble, PhD

1B04

The Health and Well-being of Royal Navy/Royal Marine Spouses/Partners in the UK during Family Separation

Rose Ricciardelli, PhD

1C04

“Playing the system”: Structural Factors Potentiating Stigma, Challenging Awareness and Creating Barriers to Care

Rebecca Dunn, MSc

1D04

Occupational Identity and Military-Civilian Transition

Janet Holly, MSc

1E04

Exploring the Relationship between Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Concussion: A Case Study

13h00

REPAS DU MIDI

13h00 - 14h00

14h00

PRÉSENTATIONS SCIENTIFIQUES ET RÉCEPTION RÉSEAUTAGE

14h00 - 15h30

15h30

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 2

15h30 - 17h00

 

2A

Services de santé mentale

201B-201C

2B

Soutien des pairs

202A

2C

L’activité physique et la performance

202B

2D

La transition à la vie civile

203A

2E

Les programmes et les cliniques sur les soins de la santé des militaires et des vétérans

203B

15h30-15h50

Alyson Mahar, PhD

2A01

A Comparison of Mental Health Services use in Older Dependents and Spouses of Service Personnel in the Canadian Armed Forces to Age and Sex Matched Civilian Comparison Cohort

Julie Coulthard, PhD

2B01

Peer Support and Social Connections: The Operational Stress Injury Social Support Program (1 of 4)

Celina Shirazipour, PhD

2C01

The Psychological and Social Impacts of Physical Activity Participation for Military Personnel with Illnesses and Injuries: A Scoping Review

Madeline Romaniuk, DPsych

2D01

From Service to Civilian Life: Emerging Patterns from an Australian Investigation Examining Common Factors Among Those Who Transition Well in the Context of Cultural Reintegration and Psychological Adjustment

Lynda Manser, MM

2E01

Supporting Medically-Releasing CAF Members and Their Families - A National Pilot Project

15h50-16h10

Sharon Stevelink, PhD

2A02

Help Seeking for Mental Health Issues among UK Armed Forces Serving Personnel and Military Veterans

Stacey Silins, PhD

2B02

“Every Woman in There, Their Life was Exactly Like Mine”: Peer-support for Family Members of the Operational Stress Injury Social Support Program (2 of 4)

Sarah Dentry-Travis, PhD

2C02

Invictus Durability: The Role of Sport in Identity Reconstruction of Injured Military Personnel

Nicole Bérubé, PhD

2D02

Duelling Devotions – Military Service, Family and Adaptation to Civilian Life after the Military

Shehan Hettiaratchy, FRCS, RAMC

2E02

Veterans Trauma Network - UK

16h10-16h30

Neil Greenberg, MD

2A03

The Use of Mental Health Screening to Improve the Health of Military Personnel

Jennifer Lee, PhD

2B03

“Not Only Helping Someone Else”: The Experiences of Peer Volunteers of the Operational Stress Injury Social Support Program (3 of 4)

Ryan Graham, PhD

2C03

The Application of Novel Movement Analysis Methods to Improve Soldier Physical Performance and Health

Sharon Squire, MA

2D03

Determinants of Successful Transition Qualitative Study

Lisa Garland-Baird, PhD (Cand)

2E03

Using a Population Health Approach for the Development of a Veteran and Family Health Strategy

16h30-16h50

Dylan Johnson, MSc (Cand)

2A04

Mental Health Services Use in the Canadian Armed Forces 2009-2015

Julie Coulthard, PhD

2B04

Exploring the Impact of Peer Support and Shared Experiences Following an Injury: The Canadian Armed Forces and the Role of the Soldier On Program (4 of 4)

Julie Martin, PhD

2C04

HR-BASE Study: Physical Activity Levels of a Representative Sample of CAF Personnel

Deborah Norris, PhD

2D04

From Here to Eternity: Impacts of Veteran´s Mental Health on Families in Military to Civilian Transition

Jason Novick, MA

2E04

Evaluating Client Perception of Care among Veterans, Military Members, and RCMP Members Receiving Treatment at the Carewest Operational Stress Injury Clinic

17h00

SÉANCE PLÉNIÉRE DE FERMETURE

17h00 - 17h35

Warrant Officer (WO) Mark Jones

Warrant Officer (WO) Mark Jones
Joint Counter Explosive Threat Task Force

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Warrant Officer (WO) Mark Jones was born in Orillia, ON.  His 27-year career has seen him as an infantry section commander in the Hastings and ...

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17h45

PIÈCE DE THÉÂTRE

17h45 - 18h30

Contact! Unload

Contact! Unload
Veterans Transition Network, UBC, Movember Foundation

Des ancient(ne)s combattant(e)s qui ont complété le programme de transition pour les vétéran(e)s ont travaillé en collaboration avec des artistes, des comédiens et comédiennes, des ...

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18h00

MOBILISATION DES ÉTUDIANT(E)S ET DES CHERCHEUR(E)S POST-DOCTORAUX(ALES)

18h00 - 19h30

Étudiant(e)s et des chercheur(e)s post-doctoraux(ales)

Étudiant(e)s et des chercheur(e)s post-doctoraux(ales)

Cet événement offrira la chance aux étudiant(e)s participant au Forum 2017 de se rencontrer et d’en apprendre plus sur les autres activités dédiée aux étudiant(e)s et aux chercheur(e)s post-doctoraux(ales) lors ...

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Mardi le 26 septembre

8h00

OUVERTURE DE L’INSCRIPTION GÉNÉRALE

9h00

SÉANCE PLÉNIÈRE MATINALE

9h00 - 9h15

L’honorable Seamus O’Regan

L’honorable Seamus O’Regan
Ministre des Anciens Combattants et ministre associé de la Défense nationale

Seamus O’Regan est député de St. John's-SudMount Pearl. Les Canadiens le connaissent surtout en raison des dix années durant desquelles ...

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9h15

PRÉSENTATION SPÉCIALE DU PRIX BANTING

9h15 - 10h00

M. Christian Kastrup, PhD

M. Christian Kastrup, PhD
Professeur adjoint, Université de la Colombie-Brit

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Christian Kastrup is an Assistant Professor in the Michael Smith Laboratories and Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at the University of British Columbia. He is ...

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10h00

PAUSE RÉSEAUTAGE ET SALON D’EXPOSITION

10h00 - 10h30

10h30

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 3

10h30 - 12h30

 

3A

Les soins, les défis et les politiques concernant la santé mentale

201B-201C

3B

Les familles des militaires et des vétéran(e)s malades ou bléssé(e)s

202A

3C

La santé physique et la réhabilitation

202B

3D

La santé au travail et la santé des vétérans

203A

3E

Les programmes et les cliniques sur l’état de stress post-traumatique, le suicide et la résilience

203B

10h30-10h50

David Albright, PhD

3A01

Veterans Who Are Caregivers: A Gap in Research

Sanela Dursun, PhD

3B01

Military Spouses: Coping with Service Members’ Injuries (1 of 6)

Allison McGregor, PhD

3C01

First Steps in Understanding the Long-term Health of Amputees

Fethi Bouak, PhD

3D01

The Effects of Six Hours of Mild Hypoxia below 10,000 ft on Cognition, Flight Performance, Subjective Symptoms, Mood and Fatigue

Alexandra Heber, MD

3E01

The Canadian Armed Forces-Veterans Affairs Canada Joint Suicide Prevention Strategy: A Roadmap for Collaboration

10h50-11h10

Maya Eichler, PhD

3A02

First-Hand Narratives of Operational Stress Injuries

Alla Skomorovsky

3B02

Military Member’s Illness and Injury and Spousal Well-Being and Divorce Considerations: The Role of Caregiver Burden (2 of 6)

Jacqueline Hebert, PhD

3C02

A Novel Gaze and Movement Assessment Metric For Measuring Advanced Upper Limb Technologies: Prosthetic User Results

Peter Beliveau, MSc

3D02

Contributions of Mental Health and Physical Health to Disability within the Canadian Armed Forces

Noel Lipana, DSW (Cand)

3E02

Treating Moral Injury and Posttraumatic Stress: Exploring a Model That Works

11h10-11h30

Olena Burlaka, PhD, MD

3A03

The Relationship among Indicators of Mental and Reproductive Health of Military Women in Anti-Terrorist Operation Zone

Jennifer Lee, PhD

3B03

The Canadian Armed Forces Transition and Well-Being Survey (3 of 6)

Juan Forero, PhD

3C03

A Novel Performance Assessment Tool for the Computer-Assisted Rehabilitation Environment System

Christina Wolfson, PhD

3D03

The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging Veterans’ Health Initiative: A Platform for Research

Shai Shorer, PhD and Maitri Shacham, PhD

3E03

Group Adventure Therapy for Veterans Suffering from Chronic PTSD

11h30-11h50

Linna Tam-Seto, PhD (Cand)

3A04

Identifying Military and Veteran Family Cultural Competencies for Healthcare Providers

Faith McIntyre, Marts

3B04

Families of Canadian Veterans - Building an Evidence Base (4 of 6)

Karen-Marie Perry, PhD (Cand)

3C04

The Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment System: Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Medicine at The Ottawa Hospital

Mary-Beth MacLean, MA

3D04

High Cost Users of VAC Health Care

Gail Wideman, PhD

3E04

Equi-Assist: An Equine Facilitated Treatment Program To Strengthen Resilience and Enhance Coping and Communication Skills for Military Families (A Pilot Study)

11h50-12h10

Walter Callaghan, MA

3A05

Gendering the Diagnosis: Interactions between Stigma, Gendered Identity, and Traumatogenic Events

Deborah Norris, PhD

3B05

Post-traumatic Growth among CAF Veteran Couples: The Role of Spousal Support (5 of 6)

Melanie Chesnokov, MA

3C05

Emerging Findings from the Armed Services Trauma Rehabilitation Outcome Study (the ADVANCE Study) - A Longitudinal Cohort Study of Battlefield Casualties from Conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan

3F
Travailler sur un contrat du gouvernement avec succès

Michael Schaub, MPA, CIMVHR Contracts Manager

and

Alexi Natale, MSc, Project Director for Casualty Care Research and Diagnostics and Health Protection Research

Kimberley Lamarche, DNP

3E05

Enhancing Resilience for Military Reservists - The Conflict between Professional Soldier and Civilian Health Provider

12h10-12h30

Martine Cosgrove, PhD Scholar

3A06

A New Approach to Well-being in Strategic Military Mental Health Policy: Making it Count

Nicola Fear, DPhil

3B06

What is the Impact of Paternal PTSD on Family Functioning? (6 of 6)

Chantal Bérubé, MA

3C06

Long-term Impact on Social Participation using the JACO Robotic Arm on Powered Wheelchair Users with Upper Extremity Disabilities

Meghan Fitzpatrick, PhD

3E06

Wizards in White Coats: The Canadian Defence Research Board and Early Research in Building Psychological Resilience

12h30

REPAS DU MIDI

12h30 - 13h30

13h30

SÉANCE PLÉNIÈRE DU MIDI

13h30 - 14h15

Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo Dallaire

Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo Dallaire
Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative

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Lieutenant-General (ret) The Honorable Roméo Dallaire is founder of the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, a global partnership with the mission to ...

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Major-General W.D. Eyre, MSC, CD

Major-General W.D. Eyre, MSC, CD
Deputy Commander of Military Personnel Command

MGen Eyre grew up on a farm near Wadena, SK, and spent his high school years in Medicine Hat, AB. He joined Army Cadets at 12 and has been in uniform ever since.

MGen Eyre attended Royal Roads Military College (RRMC), in Victoria, and Royal Military College of ...

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14h30

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 4

14h30 - 16h00

 

4A

La santé mentale et les comportements

201B-201C

4B

Les enfants et les adolescents

202A

4C

La santé physique dans les forces armées

202B

4D

Les blessures traumatiques et la douleur

203A

4E

Les perspectives historiques

203B

14h30-14h50

Don Richardson, MD

4A01

Sexual Functioning in Treatment-seeking Veterans: The Role of Emotional Numbing

Alyson Mahar, PhD

4B01

Do Children and Youth with a Parent in the Canadian Armed Forces use Provincial Mental Health Services Differently than Civilians? A Retrospective Cohort Study

Robert Hawes, PhD (Cand)

4C01

Cardiovascular Risk Profile of the Royal Canadian Navy: Coordinating Health Strategies and Surveillance

Michael Hutchison, PhD

4D01

Association between Peripheral Blood Biomarkers and Advanced MRI Findings Post-concussion

Linda VanTil, MSc

4E01

Health of Canadian Veterans Released after 1953

14h50-15h10

Isabelle Richer, PhD

4A02

Factors Related to Risky Drinking Behaviours among Canadian Armed Forces Members of the Regular Force

Heidi Cramm, PhD

4B02

Mental Health of Canadian Children Growing Up in Military Families: A Qualitative Study

Shannon Gottschall, PhD

4C02

Lessons Learned from a Mixed Methods Evaluation of a Canadian Armed Forces Weight Management Intervention

Tatyana Mollayeva, MD, PhD

4D02

Exploring Sex Differences in Concussion / Mild Traumatic Brain Injury-related Chronic Pain

Emily Mayhew, PhD

4E02

"New Faces Come Back": The Return of Royal Canadian Air Force Aircrew Burn Casualties in 1946

15h10-15h30

Laura Palmer, MSc

4A03

Alcohol use Trajectories among the UK Armed Forces

Kelly Schwartz, PhD

4B03

More Than Just Surviving: Exploring Resilience and Developmental Assets in Military-Connected Youth

Carolyn McGregor, PhD

4C03

Structured Approaches to Resilience Assessment and Development through the Integration of Big Data Analytics, Immersive Simulation Environment and Haptic Garments

David Pedlar, PhD

4D03

Chronic Pain in Canadian Veterans

Elizabeth Rolland-Harris, PhD

4E03

Does a Military Career Protect You From Death? Causes of Death in the Canadian Armed Forces, 1976-2012

15h30-15h50

Jamie Kwan, MSc

4A04

Studying In-service Offending Behaviour in the UK Military

Alla Skomorovsky, PhD

4B04

Adolescents’ Subjective Experiences toward Deployment and Relocation

Open Discussion

Jeremiah Buhler, BA

4D04

A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Online Chronic Pain Treatment for Military, Police and Veterans

Open Discussion

16h00

PAUSE RÉSEAUTAGE ET SALON D’EXPOSITION

16h00 - 16h30

16h30

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 5

16h30 - 17h30

 

5A

Le suicide

201B-201C

5B

Les familles et l’état de stress post-traumatique

202A

5C

En route vers la préparation mentale (RVPM)

202B

5D

les compétences parentales

203A

5E

Les programmes et les cliniques sur la transition à la vie civile

203B

16h30-16h50

Pamela Holens, PhD

5A01

Findings of an Expert Panel on Suicide Prevention regarding Suicide Prevention Strategies in the Canadian Armed Forces Health Services

Rachel Dekel, PhD and Tamar Lavi, PhD

5B01

Being a Parent of a Young Adult with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Deniz Fikretoglu, PhD

5C01

Does the Road to Mental Readiness program work? Results from a Pilot Group Randomized Control Trial at Basic Military Qualification

Alla Skomorovsky, PhD

5D01

Well-being of Children from Canadian Armed Forces Single-parent Families: The Mediational Role of Parental Well-being

Duncan Shields, PhD

5E01

The “Shaping Purpose” Program for Military Participants Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life. A CIPP Model Program Evaluation

16h50-17h10

Shannon Gottschall, PhD

5A02

Pre-enlistment Social and Psychological Risk Factors for Suicide Among Canadian Armed Forces Members

Linna Tam-Seto, PhD (Cand)

5B02

Family Impacts of Military-related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Scoping Review

Josh Granek, PhD

5C02

R2MR Mobile Application for Arousal Control Training in Military Police

Helena Hawryluk, PhD (Cand)

5D02

Written in Light: A Focused Visual Ethnography Gaining Adolescent Perspectives on Reintegration after a Parental Deployment to Afghanistan with the Canadian Armed Forces

Nicholas Armstrong, PhD and Gilly Cantor, MPA

5E02

Adapting the Collective Impact Model to Veterans Services: The Case of AmericaServes

17h10-17h30

Matthew Barrett, PhD (Cand)

5A03

Commemoration and Contagion: Public Responses to Suicide within the Canadian Military

Heidi Cramm, PhD

5B03

Parental Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and its Impact on Children Growing up in Military-connected Families: A Qualitative Systematic Review

Kristen Blackler, MSc

5C03

A Pilot Group Randomized Control Trial to Test the Efficacy of the Road to Mental Readiness (R2MR) Mental Health Training Program during Basic Military Qualification: Feasibility Findings

Andrea Stelnicki, MSc

5D03

Who Knows Best? Examining the Similarities and Differences between Parent and Child Self-reports of Functioning in Children from Military Families

Open Discussion

17h30

RÉCEPTION RÉSEAUTAGE

17h30 - 19h30

Mercredi le 27 septembre

8h00

OUVERTURE DES TABLES D’INSCRIPTION

9h00

SÉANCE PLÉNIÈRE MATINALE

9h00 - 9h45

John W. Boerstler

John W. Boerstler
Directeur executif, NextOp et un Marshall Fellow

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John is Executive Director of NextOp, a non-profit organization whose mission is to recruit, train, and place high-performing mid-level enlisted military leaders into industry. John served in ...

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9h45

PAUSE

9h45 - 10h15

10h15

SÉANCES PARALLÈLES 6

10h15 - 12h00

 

6A

Les traitements alternatifs pour les problèmes de santé mentale

201B-201C

6B

Colloque sur la famille: table ronde

202A

6C

Les blessures physiques

202B

6D

Les blessures morales

203A

6E

Des perspectives novatrices sur les soins de santé

203B

10h15-10h35

David Blackburn, PhD

6A01

Rapport final sur l’évaluation sommative du Programme d’aide aux vétérans en équitation thérapeutique

Nora Spinks, CEO Vanier Institute for the Family

6B01

Research to Practice through Partnerships and Community Collaborations

Eric Robitaille, PhD

6C01

Preliminary Results from the Correlation between Analgesics and Long-term Function Study following Lateral Ankle Sprains Study

Stéphanie Bélanger, PhD

6D01

Moral Injury and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Scoping Review

Christopher Dennison, PhD

6E01

Development of Novel Instrumentation for the Brain Injury Protection Evaluation Device Headform and Novel Dynamic Mechanical Characterization Techniques for Foam Liner Materials in Advanced Combat Helmets

10h35-10h55

Madeline Romaniuk, DPsych

6A02

Evaluation of the Psychological Outcomes of an Equine Therapy Program for Current and Former Australian Armed Forces with Mental Health Difficulties.

Eric Robitaille, PhD

6C02

Can a Knowledge Translation Intervention Improve the Evidence Based Management of Lateral Ankle Sprains by Canadian Armed Forces Physiotherapists?

Margaret McKinnon, PhD

6D02

Neural and Behavioural Correlates of Moral Injury in Military Members and Veterans

Andrew Beckett, MD

6E02

Goal-directed Damage Control Resuscitation in Operation Inherent Resolve. Platelet Concentrates are not Required to Reverse Severe Trauma Induced Coagulopathy

10h55-11h15

Dany H. Gagnon, PhD

6A03

Quantifying the Effectiveness of Service Dogs on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Related Symptoms and on their Impacts among Veterans: Preliminary Results of a 3-month Follow-up Assessment in the Context of a One-group Time-series Design Study

Daniel Cousineau-Short, MPH (Cand)

6C03

Fractures in the Canadian Armed Forces: Operational Impact, Cost and Opportunities for Injury Prevention

Megan Thompson, PhD

6D03

Operational Ethics: Effects of Scenario and Choice on Military Moral Decision Making

Shane Smith, MD

6E03

A Novel Aortic Occlusion Device for Combat Trauma Victims

11h15-11h35

Suzette Bremault-Phillips, PhD

6A04

The Value and Relevance of the Spiritual Dimension of Health and Well-being: Findings of a Literature Review and Expert Consultation

Christine Dubiniecki, MSc

6C04

Burden of Musculoskeletal Injuries on Deployment in 2015: An Analysis of the Canadian Armed Forces Deployment Health Surveillance System

Anthony Nazarov, PhD

6D04

Positive Mental Health in CAF Members at Risk for Moral Injury

Linda Bossi, MSc

6E04

Modelling the Trade-offs between Soldier Equipment, Mobility and Vulnerability in order to Mitigate Soldier Injury and Enhance Survivability

11h35-11h55

Open Discussion

Open Discussion

Alexandra McIntyre-Smith, PhD

6D05

A Qualitative Investigation of Moral Injury Using a Preliminary Clinician-Based Survey

Open Discussion

12h15

REMISE DES PRIX

12h45

REPAS DU MIDI

13h30

FIN DU FORUM 2017

13h30

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE POST-CONFÉRENCE 1

13h30 - 16h30

Le cannabis à des fins médicales, l’exploration des risques et des possibilités.

M. J. D. Richardson, FRCPC & Col Rakesh Jetly, OMM,CD,MD,FRCPC

M. J. D. Richardson, FRCPC  Psychiatre, médecin-chef Parkwood Operational Stress Injury Clinic; professeur agrégé, département de psychiatrie, Université Western; professeur adjoint, département de psychiatrie et de neurosciences comportementales, Université McMaster

Col Rakesh Jetly, OMM,CD,MD,FRCPC Professeur agrégé en psychiatrie, Université de Dalhousie, Université Queen’s, Université d’Ottawa

13h30

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE POST-CONFÉRENCE 2

13h30 - 16h30

La condition physique et la guérison des maladies et blessures.

Lcol Markus Besemann, MD, FRCP; M. Thomas Karakolis, PhD; M. Ryan

Lcol Markus Besemann, MD, FRCP Services de santé des Forces armées canadiennes, Ministère de la défense nationale

M. Thomas Karakolis, PhD Scientifique de la défense, Recherche et Développement pour la défense Canada

M. Ryan Graham, PhD Professeur adjoint, Université d’Ottawa

13h30

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE POST-CONFÉRENCE 3

13h30 - 16h30

La culture et la diversité, le bien-être et l’identité du personnel militaire

M. Allan English, PhD & Mme Stéphanie Bélanger, CD, PhD

M. Allan English, PhD Professeur agrégé en histoire, Université Queen’s

Mme Stéphanie Bélanger, CD, PhD Professeure titulaire, Collège militaire royal du Canada, co-directrice scientifique (intérimaire), Institut canadien de recherche sur la santé des militaires et des vétérans

13h30

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE POST-CONFÉRENCE 4

13h30 - 16h30

La transition et la famille

Mme Deborah Norris, PhD & Mme Alla Skomorovsky, PhD

Mme Deborah Norris, PhD Professeure agrégée dans le département des études familiales et de gérontologie à l’Université Mount Saint-Vincent

Mme Alla Skomorovsky, PhD Scientifique de la défense, Ministère de la défense nationale

13h30

GROUPE D’INTÉRÊT EN RECHERCHE POST-CONFÉRENCE 5

13h30 - 16h30

Les recherches contemporaines concernant le personnel de sécurité publique

M. Nick Carleton, PhD; Mme Rose Riccardelli, PhD; Mme Renee MacPh

M. Nick Carleton, PhD Professeur titulaire, Université de Regina

Mme Rose Riccardelli, PhD Professeure agrégée, département de sociologie, Université Memorial

Mme Renee MacPhee, PhD Professeure agrégée, sciences de la santé, kinésiologie et éducation physique, Université Laurier

Présentateurs(trices) d’affiches

Nom Prénom Diplôme Affiliation Titre de la présentation Affiche # Temps de présentation
Afanasyeva Marina MD, PhD University of Toronto; Department of National Defence Opioid Crisis in Canada: Relevance to the Canadian Armed Forces
P105
14h00-14h30
Armour Chérie PhD Ulster University The Health and Well-Being of Military Drone Operators and Intelligence Analysts: A Systematic Review
P128
14h00-14h30
Barry Debbie MA Veterans Affairs Canada Shared Health Care Responsibilities for Veterans and Their Families
P162
14h00-14h30
Besemann Markus MD Department of National Defence In Garrison Management of mTBI in the Canadian Armed Forces: Trial of a Proposed Clinical Care Pathway
P160
14h00-14h30
Besemann Markus MD Department of National Defence Clinical Guidelines for Using the Wii Gaming Console System in Military Rehabilitation
P161
14h30-15h00
Besemann
Dentry-Travis
Markus
Sarah
MD
PhD
Department of National Defence Project Trauma Support: Addressing Moral Injury in First Responders an Update
P125
15h00-15h30
Beswick-Escanlar Vincent MD Department of National Defence Increasing Severity of Traumatic Brain Injury Is Associated with an Increased Risk of Subsequent Headache or Migraine: A Retrospective Cohort Study of US Active Duty Service Members, 2006-2015
P142
14h00-14h30
Blackler Kristen MSc Department of National Defence The Impact of Occupational Exposure to Repetitive Low-level Blast Events in Breaching Instructors and Range Staff
P129
14h00-14h30
Bogaert Laura PhD (Cand) University of Toronto; Department of National Defence Self-reported Exposure to Work and Leisure Noise and use of Hearing Protection among a Sample of Regular Force Canadian Armed Forces Personnel
P130
14h00-14h30
Boulos David MSc Department of National Defence An Assessment of Component and Deployment-related Experiences on Mental Disorders Among Serving CAF Personnel who returned from an Afghanistan Deployment
P106
14h00-14h30
Bourassa Stephane PhD (Student) Université de Montréal; Université Laval Measurement of Pressure-flow Relationship for Gas Mask Technology on a Bench Test: Partitioning of the Different Parts of the Gas Mask and Comparison of Eight Canisters
P126
14h00-14h30
Boyd Jenna MSc McMaster University The Relation between Dissociative Symptoms of Depersonalization and Derealization and Functional Disability among Military Members and Veterans with PTSD
P107
14h00-14h30
Bridgewater Courtney MSc The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; Department of National Defence Virtual Reality Treatment for Complex Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Case Study
P154
14h00-14h30
Cancelliere Carol PhD University of Ontario Institute of Technology Strategies for Implementation of Programs of Care in the Active Military: A Scoping Review
P143
14h00-14h30
Cheema Sheraz HBSc University of Toronto; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Exploring Pharmacogenetic Testing for the Treatment of Depressive Symptoms in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Patients
P101
14h00-14h30
Clifford Joanne MA Carleton University; Department of National Defence Military Humanitarian Civic Assistance Programs: Can the Provision of Care ever be Wrong?
P171
14h00-14h30
Clifford Joanne MA Carleton University; Department of National Defence Do Know Harm: Mitigating Post-disaster Disempowerment in Canadian Armed Forces Disaster Response Operations
P172
14h30-15h00
Courchesne Isabel PT Department of National Defence Identifying Dysfunctional Breathing Patterns in a Chronic Pain Patient: A Case Study
P144
14h00-14h30
Cue Charles Office of the Veterans Ombudsman Veterans Financial Benefits 2016 Actuarial Analysis
P163
14h00-14h30
Cusimano Michael MD, PhD University of Toronto Translating Knowledge about Concussion to the General Public: Lessons Learned from a National Concussion Awareness Program and Cross-Sectional Study
P145
14h00-14h30
Dentry-Travis Sarah PhD University of Manitoba Mental and Physical Durability during an Antarctica Expedition
P174
14h00-14h30
Dunkley
Taylor
Benjamin
Margot
PhD
PhD
University of Toronto; Hospital for Sick Children Increased Default Mode Network Connectivity in Magnetoencephalography is Associated with Concussion Severity
P108
14h00-14h30
Edgelow Megan MSc Queens University Developing an Occupational Therapy Trauma Intervention Framework
P109
14h00-14h30
Elliott Jennifer Department of National Defence Ultrasound Guided Needle Fenestration Combined with Prolotherapy and Scraping for Treatment of Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy
P146
14h00-14h30
Gamble Brenda PhD University of Ontario Institute of Technology The Future of Community Mental Health and Wellness-A Report on Community Action
P110
14h00-14h30
Gillett James PhD McMaster University The Involvement of Service Dogs in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Veterans
P102
14h00-14h30
Giroux-Lalonde Vincent PhD (Cand) University of Ottawa The Diversity of Commitment(s) of Canadian Military and Veterans: The Impacts of Social Representations of Civilian Support
P176
14h00-14h30
Godsell
Trudel
Pauline
Dan
BScPT
MSc
Department of National Defence What Gets Measured Gets Managed – Meridium
P148
14h30-15h00
Guest
Khan
Kimberly
Sara
MSW
MSc
Department of National Defence Performance Coaching: Expanding Psychological Skills Training Beyond the Classroom Environment
P132
14h30-15h00
Gupta
Meredith
Gaurav
Sean
MD
Pharm D
McGill University; Department of National Defence Antibiotics in the Treatment of Patients with Low Back Pain Associated with Modic Changes: A Case Series
P149
14h30-15h00
Helmer Drew MD Unided States Department of Veterans Affairs Self-report of Asthma Diagnosis among Participants in the VA/DoD Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry
P150
14h30-15h00
Holly Janet BHSc, MSc McMaster University; Ottawa Hospital Research Institute The use of Virtual Reality as a Treatment Medium for Autonomic Dysfunction across Three Diagnostic Groups: Clinical Case Studies
P151
14h30-15h00
Hong Jin Woo MSc McGill University Development of a Reliable Gait Assessment Protocol for Elderly Veterans with Dementia, using an Instrumented Walkway
P152
14h30-15h00
Hylland Kelsey BSW Department of National Defence Operation Family Doc
P164
14h30-15h00
Irwin Troy D.Min Department of National Defence Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy in the Treatment of Combat-related PTSD
P111
14h30-15h00
Iverson Grant PhD Harvard Medical School Evaluation of a Two-Week Intensive Clinical Program for Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health Problems
P112
14h30-15h00
Johnston Gary MHSc Department of National Defence An Assessment of Op SOPRANO Respirable Hazards during the 2016 Juba Clashes in South Sudan
P133
14h30-15h00
Johnston Gary MSHc Department of National Defence Hazard Assessment of High-Nitrogen Explosive Compounds: A Novel in Vitro Multi-Cellular Approach
P127
15h00-15h30
Karakolis Thomas PhD Department of National Defence Quantifying the Effects of Body Armour and Fighting Load on Joint Range of Motion, Stiffness, and Strength
P134
14h30-15h00
Lacroix Cinthia PhD (Student) Université Laval Emploi et qualité de vie psychologique chez les vétérans
P177
14h30-15h00
Laframboise Jacqueline MSc Department of National Defence Effects of 12-Weeks of DFit.ca Fitness Training on the Performance of FORCEcombat in Canadian Army Personnel
P153
14h30-15h00
Lalonde Janick PhD Department of National Defence DND’s Drinking Water Disinfection App
P135
14h30-15h00
Lavi Tamar PhD NATAL (Israel) Building Resilience in Situations of Ongoing Exposure: The Case of Police Officers and Hospital Staff
P119
15h00-15h30
Lloyd Chantelle PhD (Student) McMaster University Measuring Moral Injury in Non-military (Civilian) Populations: The Moral Injury Assessment
P173
14h30-15h00
MacIntyre Karen BScPT Department of National Defence Does the Chronic Pain Self- Management Program and Back Class at Canadian Forces Health Services Centre Atlantic have an Effect on Patient Reported Self-efficacy using the Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire?
P155
14h30-15h00
Mackay Helen PhD (Student) Western University; Department of National Defence Canadian Forces Health Services Return to Work Occupational Therapy Program: A Vision For Future Canadian Forces Return to Duty Mental Health Occupational Therapy
P114
14h30-15h00
MacKinnon Allan MBA Veterans Affairs Canada Life After Service Studies 2016
P178
14h30-15h00
MacLean Linda MSc Veterans Affairs Canada Monitoring the Well-being of Veterans – A Veteran Well-being Surveillance Framework
P165
14h30-15h00
Mahar Alyson PhD Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Understanding the Trajectory of Care Prior to a Mental Health-related Psychiatrist or Pediatrician Consultation for Military-connected Children and Youth
P115
14h00-14h30
Mahar Alyson PhD Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Does Membership in a Military-connected Family Increase the Risk of being a High Intensity user of Mental Health Services in the Public Health Care System?
P116
14h30-15h00
Manser Lynda MM Department of National Defence Assessing the Needs of Canadian Armed Forces Communities
P166
14h30-15h00
McCuaig Edge Heather PhD Department of National Defence Use of Personal Protection Measures in the CAF: Beliefs, Perceptions, and Behaviours Concerning Bite-prevention Measures and Hearing Protection Devices
P136
15h00-15h30
Mior Silvano PhD Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Exploring Chiropractic Services in the Canadian Forces Health Services - Opportunities and Challenges
P157
15h00-15h30
Naicker Kiyuri PhD (Cand) University of Ottawa; Department of National Defence Deployment Health Surveillance in Action: 24 months of Data from the Canadian Armed Forces Health Facility in Kabul, Afghanistan
P137
15h00-15h30
Oshin Vartanian PhD Department of National Defence Hearing in Breaching Instructors and Range Staff Exposed to Repeated Low-level Blasts
P138
15h00-15h30
Ouellet Eric MA Department of National Defence; University of Ottawa Feeling of Belonging to the Military Community: A Measure of Self-rated Health and the Perception of Crime within the Neighbourhood
P167
15h00-15h30
Peng Henry PhD Department of National Defence Biological Response to Stress during Battlefield Trauma Training: Live Tissue vs. High Fidelity Patient Simulator
P103
15h00-15h30
Pickering Donna PhD Department of National Defence A Qualitative Analysis of Factors Affecting Canadian Army Reservists’ Well-being
P168
15h00-15h30
Protopopescu Alina BA McMaster University Moral Injury, Difficulties with Emotion Regulation, and Social Functioning in the Canadian Armed Forces (A Study in Progress)
P117
15h00-15h30
Quinn Jennifer BA Dalhousie University; Department of National Defence Benefits of a Dually-trained Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant Collaborating with Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists in Military Physical Rehabilitation Environments
P158
15h00-15h30
Rhind
Zhang
Shawn
Jing
PhD
PhD
University of Toronto; Western University; Department of National Defence Advanced Data Analytics and Machine Learning Methods for Biological Research in Mental Health
P118
15h00-15h30
Richer Isabelle PhD Department of National Defence Access to Care Among Military Health Service Providers: Preliminary Results of C4C Focus Groups
P131
15h00-15h30
Ritchie Kimberly PhD (Student) Queen's University The Impact of PTSD on Dementia in Older Veterans: A Scoping Review
P120
15h00-15h30
Roach Mary Beth MA Veterans Affairs Canada Institutionalizing Veteran Well-Being into the Policy Planning Cycle
P169
15h00-15h30
Schwartz Kelly PhD University of Calgary Family Life After Service: Secondary Analysis of the LASS 2016 Survey
P179
15h00-15h30
Seagram
Crawford
Belinda
Martin
PhD Seagram and Associates From Villains to Superheroes: The use of Graphic Novels in Promoting Resiliency and Supporting Recovery from Military Traumatic Exposure
P121
15h00-15h30
Shields Duncan PhD University of British Columbia Design and Evaluation of a First-Responder Resiliency Pilot Program
P122
15h00-15h30
Shirazipour Celina PhD Dalhousie University Exploring the Role of Adaptive Sport in the Support and Care of Invictus Games Competitors and their Families
P123
15h00-15h30
Simkus Kristen MPH Department of National Defence; Veterans Affairs Canada Circulatory Disease Mortality in Canada’s Serving and Released Armed Forces – Early Findings from CF CAMS II Comparing Mortality in the Canadian Armed Forces to the Canadian General Population
P139
15h00-15h30
Singh Mandeep MD Trillium Health Partners Medical Cannabis in the Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
P113
14h30-15h00
Smith Shane MD Western University; Department of National Defence MASCAL: A Manual for a Customizable, Low Tech, High Fidelity Simulation Training Program to Prepare Civilian Hospitals for Mass Casualty Events
P104
15h00-15h30
Stelnicki Andrea MSc University of Calgary Resilience in Military Children: Which Factors best Protect against the Development of Problems?
P170
15h00-15h30
Strauss Barbara MSc Department of National Defence Can a Survey of Non-respondents Inform Future Surveys?
P159
15h00-15h30
Sullivan-Kwantes Wendy MA Department of National Defence; Veterans Affairs Canada Operating in the Arctic: Medical Readiness for Arctic Operations
P140
15h00-15h30
Trudel Dan MSc Dalhousie University; Department of National Defence Musculoskeletal Injury Recurrence Rates in Active Duty Personnel
P147
15h00-15h30
Vincent
Daoust
Colin
Jean-Philippe
MSW
PhD
The Royal Operational Stress Injury Clinic Towards a Better Understanding of Moral Injury among CAF Members and Veterans Referred to The Royal’s Operational Stress Injury Clinic in Ottawa
P124
15h00-15h30
Weeks Murray PhD Department of National Defence Motor Vehicle Accident-Related Mortality in Serving and Released Males in the Canadian Armed Forces, 2000-2012: Comparisons with the Canadian General Population using the CF-CAMS II
P141
15h00-15h30