Fiona Webster

PhD (University of Toronto)

Excellence in Research – 2014 – Department of Family and Community Medicine
CIHR New Investigator Award 2014-2019

Professional Interests

Social science and qualitative approaches to health and education research; primary care research; complex patients with chronic pain; development of methodologies for qualitative meta-evaluation of complex interventions

Current Grants

2014 Mar – 2017 Feb
Principal Applicant. Finding the patient in patient-centered care: an institutional ethnography of chronic pain management in family medicine. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) operating grant.

2014 Feb – 2018 Jan
Co-Investigator. The ethics of neuroimaging after serious brain injury. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). operating grant. PI: Weijer, Charles

2013 Mar – 2014
Co-Investigator. Competence Development in Nursing Students and Newly Graduated Nurses: A Scoping Review. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) knowledge synthesis Award. PI: Peterson J.

2011 Jun – 2017
Co-Principal Applicant. Instrumental activities of daily living and social roles following hip and knee replacement:Understanding why people’s engagement doesn’t change. Arthritis Society operating grant. Co-PI’s A. Davis and Webster F.

Publications

PubMed