Our research team is studying theoretical, empirical and methodological aspects of measuring the effectiveness of specialized palliative care. This involves developing and testing potential models for the provision of palliative care, as well as validating existing measures of palliative care effectiveness and creating new ones. A particular focus is the early involvement of palliative care services in the outpatient setting. This research is funded by the Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Do Correlates of Pain-Related Stoicism and Cautiousness Differ in Younger and Older People with Advanced Cancer?
J Pain. 2017 Nov 16;:
Caregiver quality of life in advanced cancer: Qualitative results from a trial of early palliative care.
Palliat Med. 2017 Nov 01;:269216317739806
Palliat Med. 2017 Oct;31(9):778-780
J Oncol Pract. 2017 Sep;13(9):557-566
BMJ Support Palliat Care. 2017 Aug 02;:
Psychooncology. 2017 Jun 30;:
J Palliat Care. 2017 Jan;32(1):3-10
Age-Related Patterns in Cancer Pain and Its Psychosocial Impact: Investigating the Role of Variability in Physical and Mental Health Quality of Life.
Pain Med. 2017 Mar 03;:
Psychometric evaluation of the Pain Attitudes Questionnaire-Revised for people with advanced cancer.
J Pain. 2017 Mar 03;:
The remodeling pattern of human mandibular alveolar bone during prenatal formation from 19 to 270mm CRL.
Ann Anat. 2016 May;205:65-74
Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto
Head, Division of Palliative Care, University Health Network