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Athabasca University

Pamela Hawranik

Faculty of Graduate Studies, Dean; Professor of Health Disciplines

Research

National

Hawranik, P., Bell, S., & Bellan, L. An International Collaborative Approach to Vision and Falls. CIHR, Meetings, Planning and Dissemination Grant: Aging, February 1, 2011 to January 31, 2012, $10,000.

Strain, L., Hawranik, P., St. John, P., & Grymonpre, R. Health and Aging in Rural Environmenttss. CIHR New Emerging Team (NET) Program, July 2003 to June 2009, ($250,000./year for 5 years with one year extension to March 31, 2010) (total = $1.25 million).

Forbes, D., Anderson, M., Hawranik, P., Henderson, S., Leipert, B., Morgan, D., Markle-Reid, M., & Parent, K. Role of Home Care in Dementia Care. Alzheimer Society of Canada, CNF, Nursing care Partnership of the CHSRF, CIHR Institute of Aging & CIHR Institute of Gender & Health. July 2005 to December 2007, $177,455.

Strain, L., Hawranik, P., St. John, P., & Grymonpre, R. Health and Aging in Rural Environments. L0I for CIHR NET competition, September 2002, funding received to prepare proposal, ($5,000.00).

Doupe, M., Katz, A., Cooper, A., Metge, C., Fuchs, D., Hewitt, G., deVries, J., Hawranik, P., Guse, L., Jachnycky, T & Havens, B. Supporting Self Care for Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Letter of Intent funded by SSHRC/CIHR, Health of Canadians II, for proposal preparation and submission by October 2000 ($7,500.00)

Doupe, M., Katz, A., Cooper, A., Metge, C., Fuchs, D., Hewitt, G., deVries, J., Hawranik, P., Guse, L., & Jachnycky, T. Supporting Self-care for Older Adults, funded by CNA, June 2000 to July 2001, ($25,022.00)

Provincial

Forbes, D., Harrison, W., Woytikiw, T., Strain, L., Peacock, S., Morgan, D., Hawranik, P., Innes, A., Gibson, M.. & LeClair, K Northern Home Care Knowledge to Action Strategies that Support Persons with Dementia and their Family Caregivers. The Newwork of Excellence in Seniors Health and Wellness, Covenant Health, 2014 to 2017, $197,507.00 plus $115,634.00 (in-kind).

Forbes, D., Thiessen, E., Peacock, S., & Hawranik, P. Update of a Cochrane Review of Light Therapy and dementia. Endowment Fund for the Future: Support for the Advancement of Scholarship Research Fund, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, 2014 ($4915.20).

McIntosh, D., Hawranik, P., & Bell, S. “The Reliability of Vision screening in Eldercare Settings by Volunteers”. Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research, 2012-2013, ($15,017.00)

Forbes, D. Harrison, W., Peacock, S., Strain, L., Innes, A., LeClair, K., Morgan, D., Hawranik, P. & Gibson, M. “Context Matters: Dimensions that Influence the Use of Best Available Dementia Care Knowledge in Two Northern Home Care Centres” Aging and Quality of Life Small Operating Grant, University of Alberta, 2012-2013, ($10,000).

McIntosh, D., Hawranik, P., & Bell, S. The Reliability of Vision Screening in Eldercare Settings by Volunteers. Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research, 2012-2013, ($15,000.).

Forbes, D.,Harrison, W., Strain, L., Peacock, S., Morgan, D., Hawranik, P., & Woytikiw, T. Contextual Factors within Northern Home Care Centres that Influence the Spread and Uptake of Research Evidence: A Pilot Study, 2011-2012, ($10,000.00).

Hurst, D., Cleveland-Innes, M., & Hawranik, P. Professional Skills Development Workshops for Graduate Students. Athabasca University Mission Critical Research Fund, 2010-2011, ($6,000.00).

Roger, K. & Hawranik, P. Patterns of Resource Utilization by Medical and Social Service Providers. Manitoba Medical Services Foundation, 2008, ($16,507.00)

Hawranik, P. & Bell, S. Vision Care Services in Long Term Care: A Feasibility Study. Funded by Poppy Trust Fund, June 1, 2006 to May 31, 2007, ($2998.00)(extended for one year to 2008).

Scruby, L. & Hawranik, P. Needs of Low Income Women with Children: Implications for Public Policy and Women’s Health. Funded by Prairie Women’s Health Centre of Excellence, December 2003 to April 2004, ($4,958.64).

Hawranik, P. & Wolf, L. An Investigation of Communication with Persons with Advanced Dementia. Funded by Riverview Health Centre Research Foundation, January 2003 to December 31 2005, ($4193.85).

Strain, L., Hawranik, P., Harvey, C., & Green, D. Living with a diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease, funded by UM/SSHERC, January 2002 to January 2003, ($ 5450.00).

Hawranik, P. & Wolf, L. Communication with the Severely Cognitively Impaired, funded by Riverview Health Centre Research Foundation, May 1, 2000 to June, 2003, ($1,665.00)

Hawranik, P., Johnston, P., Dietrich, J., & Yamada, P. Examination of the Effects of Therapeutic Touch, funded by Dolley Gembey Research Grant, May 1, 2000 to June, 2001, ($6,000.00)

Johnston, P. & Monkman, F., & Hawranik, P. (2001). Evaluation of the Continence Rehabilitation Clinic , funding from Riverview Health Centre.

Projects Funded

Bell, S., Briggs, S., Grant, I. & Hawranik, P. A Survey of Vision Care Services in Long Term Care, July 2006 to October2006. Funding provided by Misericordia Health Centre.($50,000. Plus in-kind for staff, equipment, and storage

Updated October 29 2014 by Student & Academic Services

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