A graduate in Health Information Science from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Dr. Craig Kuziemsky joined the Telfer School of Management as Assistant Professor in June 2007. He also has undergraduate degrees in Medical Laboratory Science and Commerce from the University of Alberta. Craig teaches courses in the Master of Health Administration (MHA) and Master of Science Health Systems programs as well as at the undergraduate level.
Healthcare delivery is becoming increasingly complex as it shifts from care provided by a single provider and setting to collaborative care provided by multiple providers across multiple settings. The fundamental challenge is that our existing healthcare system is not designed to support collaborative care delivery. Thus, we need new methodologies and models for representing collaboration and information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support it.
Craig's research is developing a novel methodological approach for integrating the diverse information flows and work processes of collaborative healthcare teams. This research will design ICTs to integrate the different healthcare providers who make complex decisions based on different levels of knowledge while they work at different locations.
|2019-2024||NSERC - DG||A System Design framework for Digital Process Innovation||R||C||PI||$ 140,000|
|2018-2021||CIHR – Operating Grant : SPOR PIHCI Network: Programmatic Grants||SPIDER-NET, A Structured Process Informed by Data, Evidence and Research-Network: An approach to support primary care practices in optimizing the management of patients with complex needs||R||G||Co-I||$ 999,952|
|2018-2019||CIHR, Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) Collaboration Grants||Engaging patients and family members in the evaluation of a mental health patient portal||R||G||Co-PI||$ 40,000|
|2018-2019||Interdisciplinary Research Group Funding Opportunity – Stream 1||A Consensus Guidelines Document of Essential Services in a Canadian Academic Division of General Surgery||R||I||PI||$ 9,217|
|2017-2018||CIHR, Planning and Dissemination Grant||Improving eHealth Outcomes through Patient and Family Engagement||R||C||Co-I||$ 10,000|
|2017-2018||CIHR, Planning and Dissemination Grant||Cancer symptom management using evidence-informed practice guides: A meeting to prioritize and plan for a large scale implementation study||R||C||Co-I||$ 10,000|
|2016-2019||CIHR, Partnerships for Health System Improvement (PHSI)||Building Access to Specialist Care for remote, rural populations through eConsultation (BASE)||R||C||Co-I||$ 350,000|
|2016-2017||Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Knowledge Translation Research Network||Cancer symptom management by radiation therapists: Evaluating implementation of evidence-informed practice guides||R||G||Co-I||$ 71,236|
|2016-2017||CIHR, Project Grant Program||Putting patients first: A national patient-centered evaluation of electronic consultations to improve access to specialists||R||G||Co-PI||$ 100,000|
|2015-2017||Canadian Academy of Health Sciences||Cancer symptom management in homecare: Evaluating implementation of evidence-informed practice guides||R||C||Co-I||$ 99,646|
|2015-2016||School of Management Research Fund (SMRF)||A systems analysis approach to colorectal cancer screening access in the Northwest Territories||R||I||PI||$ 6,000|
|2014-2019||NSERC - DG||Engineering Computer-based Contextual Models for Collaborative Teamwork||R||C||PI||$ 100,000|
|2013-2015||MITACS and IBM||An Integrated Approach using Process Models and Business Analytics for Efficient Delivery of Patient Care||R||O||Co-I||$ 120,000|
|2013||School of Management Research Fund (SMRF)||A Study of the CTU Bullet Rounds Process||R||I||PI||$ 5,600|
|2011-2012||Telfer School of Management Research Fund (SMRF)||Identifying Communication Precursors to Medical Error in a Complex In-Patient: A Palliative Sedation Therapy Case Study||R||I||PI||$ 1,975|
|2011-2012||CIHR||Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: A Scoping Review||R||C||Co-I||$ 49,491|
|2009-2014||NSERC - DG||A Methodological Approach for Modeling Interdisciplinary Teams||R||C||PI||$ 115,000|
|2009-2013||Canadian CBRNE Research Technology Initiative (CRTI)||Enhancing Resilience among High Risk Population to Maximize Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery||R||G||Co-I||$ 1,922,250|
*Purpose = C: Contract (R and D), E: Equipment Grant, R: Research Grant, S: Support Award, P: Pedagogical Grant, O: Other, U: Unknown
**Type= C: Granting Councils, G: Government, F: Foundations, I: UO Internal Funding, O: Other, U: Unknown
Role: PI = Principal Investigator, Co-I = Co-Investigator, Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator