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Research

Sunnybrook is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. The Temerty Faculty of Medicine, with its hospital partners, is the largest research entity in Canada. The role of research within Sunnybrook extends to the work of the Centre for Injury Prevention and developing interventions that are evidence-based.

Recent published research includes:

2020
Hickling, A., Mallory, K. D., Wilson, K. E., Del Fernandes, R., Fuselli, P., Reed, N., & Network, Y. C. A. (2020). The youth concussion awareness network (You-CAN)-a school-based peer-led intervention to improve concussion reporting and social support: the protocol for a cluster randomized trial. BMC public health, 20(1), 186.

2019
Bergeron, N., Bergeron, C., Lapointe, L., Kriellaars, D., Aubertin, P., Tanenbaum, B., & Fleet, R. (2019). Don’t take down the monkey bars: Rapid systematic review of playground-related injuries. Canadian family physician, 65(3), e121-e128.

2015
Banfield, J., Rehou, S., Gomez, M., Redelmeier, D. A., & Jeschke, M. G. (2015). Healthcare costs of burn patients from homes without fire sprinklers. Journal of Burn Care & Research, 36(1), 213-217.

2011
Banfield JM, Gomez M, Kiss A, Redelmeier DA, Brenneman F. Effectiveness of the P.A.R.T.Y. (Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth) Program in Preventing Traumatic Injuries: A Ten-year Analysis. Journal of Trauma - Injury, Infection and Critical Care. 70 (3): 732-735, March 2011.

2008
E.P. Arruda, MSc, BSc, M. Gomez, MD, MSc, CTBS, J. Banfield, RN, BA. Effectiveness of the P.A.R.T.Y. (Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth) Program in Changing Youth Driving-Related Attitudes. Journal of Trauma - Injury, Infection and Critical Care.64 (2):547, February 2008.

2004
J. Banfield, D. Redelmeier, F. Brenneman. Driver Outcomes of an Injury Prevention Program: A Ten Year Analysis. Proceedings of the 7th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Health Promotion. Vienna, Austria, June 9, 2004

2004
Jensen Tan, BSc, Carol Banez, RN, BscN, MA, Yvonne Cheung, RN, BNsc, MHSc, CHE, Manuel Gomez, MD, MSc, CTBS, Huy Nguyen, BSc, Joanne Banfield, RN, BA, Lina Medeiros, MSW, RSW, Ruth Lee, RN, MScN, PhD, Robert Cartotto, MD, FRCS, Joel S. Fish, MD, MSc, FRCSC. Effectiveness of a Burn Prevention Campaign for Older Adults. Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation.25(5):445-451, September/October 2004

2003
Gomez M, Nguyen H, Tan J, Banez C, Cheung Y, Medeiros L, Banfield J, Lee R, Cartotto RC, Fish JS. Ethnic Background Influences in Older Adult Responses to a Burn Prevention Campaign. Proceedings of the 2003 Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference.1:44, 2003.

2002
F.Redlick, MSc, A.Cooke, BSc. M.Gomez, MD,MSc, J.Banfield, RN, R.C.Cartotto, MD, FRCSC, J.S.Fish,MD,MSc,FRCSC A Survey of Risk Factors for Burns in the Elderly and Prevention Strategies Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation. 23 (5): 351-356, September/October 2002.

2000
Cooke A, Gomez M, Banfield J, Cartotto R, Fish JS. Targets for Prevention of Burn Injuries in the Elderly. Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery.8:167, 2000.