Shannon L. Sibbald, PhD
- MSc, PhD (Toronto)
- BHSc (Western)
Supervising Graduate Students
- Health and Health Systems
- Public Health, Health Promotion and Population Ethics
- Interdisciplinary Research
- Combining the methods and theories from a variety of disciplines to create innovative solutions to health systems challenges
- Knowledge to Action and Implementation Science
- How communities of practice share knowledge
- How knowledge flows through primary health teams
- How communities engage with the health system (and vice versa)
- Integrated Knowledge Work
- How policy makers use evidence in decision making
- How executive leaders manage organizational knowledge
- Health Policy
- Health Promotion
- Health Communication
- Program Evaluation
- Health Occupations
- Health Management
- Knowledge Translation/Implementation Science
- Collaborative Health Care Improvement Partnerships (CHIPs) Working Group
- Knowledge Translation Trainee Collaboration
- Dreamcatcher Mentoring (CIHR Synapse Program), Mentor
- Canadian College of Health Leaders, Southwest Chapter Executive
- Sibbald, S., Graham, R. & Sylvester, S. (2013). The relationship between Canadian nursing and management: A snap-shot from 50 years ago. Healthcare Management Forum. 26(3), 157-163.
- Sibbald, S.L., MacPhearson, C. & Kothari, A. (2013). Ontario primary care reform and quality improvement activities: An Environmental Scan. BMC Health Services Research, 13, 209.
- Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., Sibbald, S.L. & MacMillan, H.L. (2013). Exploring the uptake and framing of research evidence on universal screening for intimate partner violence against women: a knowledge translation case study. Health Research Policy and Systems, 11, 13.
- Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N. Kothari, A. & Day, A.B. (2013). Knowledge Flow & Exchange in Interdisciplinary Primary Health Care Teams: An Exploratory Study. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 101(2), 128-37.
- Kothari, A., Rudman, D., Dobbins, M., Rouse, M., Sibbald, S. & Edwards, N. (2012). The Use of Tacit and Explicit Knowledge in Public Health: A Qualitative Study. Implementation Science, 7, 20.