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Issue: May 13th 2013 update

May 13, 2013



In This Issue

Blog Series

Check out our new blog series!  TREKK Director, Terry Klassen, started things off at the end of March with an update on TREKK and his Evidence Live presentation in Oxford. The lastest blog from David Pontin, emergency physician and TREKK site rep at Stanton Territorial Hospital (Northwest Territories), gives insight into emergency care in the North.

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Featured TREKK Members

Greg Van de Mosselaer MD CCFP

gregory.vandemosselaer@umanitoba.ca

Greg has been with TREKK right from the start and wears many hats! He divides his time as an emergency physician at the Misericordia Health Centre in Winnipeg and maintains an active family practice in Mississauga, Ontario. He is the Assistant Director of Continuing Medical Education within the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Manitoba and has been recently selected as the Chief Technology Officer for the George and Fay Yee Centre for HealthCare Innovation in Winnipeg.

Greg built trekk.ca based on his work on ManitobaCPD.com and remains its lead programmer. He is responsible for the web development of trekk.ca, including the coordination of the core programming team, regulatory requirements, hosting, backup and security. If you have any questions or feedback about our website, please contact Greg at vandemos@cc.umanitoba.ca. Logged in users can access Greg's profile at http://trekk.ca/users/1.

TREKK members should also contact Greg for any trekk.ca training requests. 


Featured Team

Inputs-from-the-needs-assessment 1. Needs Assessment

We now have more than 2000 surveys from across the country as we begin to wind down survey data collection for the needs assessment. A big welcome to the three new sites that have started data collection over the past two months – Western Memorial Hospital (Newfoundland), Saint John Regional Hospital (New Brunswick) and Miramichi Regional Hospital (New Brunswick). Please visit http://trekk.ca/partners for more information on all TREKK partner sites across Canada.

As one phase comes to a close, another begins! Needs Assessment qualitative data collection will kick off this summer. The Needs Assessment Team will visit 8-10 TREKK sites across Canada (selected for maximum variation). During these visits, more detail and insight will be gathered about the health care professional and health care consumer information needs and preferences that were highlighted in the survey responses.

For any needs assessment questions, please contact Lauren Albrecht, Needs Assessment Coordinator, at (780) 492 9682 or lauren.albrecht@ualberta.ca, Monday to Friday from 8:30am - 4:30 pm (Mountain Standard Time).

Visit the Needs Assessment web page for more information about this important first phase of TREKK.


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