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C. NADINE WATHEN Faculty of Information & Media Studies The University of Western Ontario North Campus Building London, Ontario, Canada N6A 5B7 Tel: 519-661-2111 x88480 Fax: (519) 661-3506 nwathen@uwo.ca :: www.nadinewathen.ca :: @NadineWathen CURRENT POSITION(s) 2016 -

Full Professor (tenured), Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario

2016 -

Full Professor (cross-appointed, 10%), Faculty of Education, The University of Western Ontario.

2015 -

Research Scholar, Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children, Faculty of Education, The University of Western Ontario.

2013 -

Affiliate Faculty Member, Department of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research, The University of Western Ontario

EDUCATION 2004-2006

Post-doctoral Fellowship, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Supervisor: Dr. Harriet L. MacMillan.

1998-2004

Ph.D., Library & Information Science, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Dissertation title: The Pause in Menopause? What Informs Women’s Decisions to Discontinue Hormone Replacement Therapy? Supervisor: Dr. Roma M. Harris.

1990-1992

M.A., Experimental Psychology, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Thesis title: Multiple Pattern Learning in Rats on an Eight-Arm Radial Maze. Supervisor: Dr. William A. Roberts.

1989-1990

Honours (First Class), Experimental Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Supervisor: Dr. Werner K. Honig.

1985-1989

B.A., Experimental Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2011 - 2015

Program Coordinator, Joint Graduate Program in Health Information Science, Faculties of Information & Media Studies, and of Health Sciences, The University of Western Ontario.

2007 - 2010

Assistant Professor, LIS Programme, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario. Tenure-stream faculty member.

2006 - 2007

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto. Tenurestream faculty member. 2005-2006: non-tenure stream Assistant Professor (transition year).

2005 - 2007

Assistant Professor (adjunct), Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences McMaster University. Maintaining ongoing research collaborations and providing educational offerings such as Grand Rounds.


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2003-2005

Adjunct Professor & Instructor, MLIS Programme, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario. Developed and taught courses in the MLIS programme.

1997-2003

National Coordinator, Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Managed and conducted (in lead and supporting roles) systematic evidence reviews and national practice guidelines for primary care physicians.

1995-1997

Research Associate, Centre for Studies in Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, The University of Western Ontario. Coordinated a large multi-year Senior’s Independence Research Program.

1994-1995

Project Coordinator, Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University. Coordination, recruitment and data collection for a research project linking first time teen mothers via an online BBS.

1993

Community Researcher, Social Planning Council of Cambridge (Ontario). Conducted a community needs assessment and reported to Council.

HONOURS & AWARDS 2015-

Member, College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, Royal Society of Canada

2014-2016

Western Faculty Scholar, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, UWO.

2013-2015

Honour Roll, Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, UWO.

2011

Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, UWO.

2007-2012

New Investigator Award - Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (Open Competition) & CIHR/Ontario Women’s Health Council (5-year salary award; $300,000 + $50,000 research stipend) [19% success rate in Open competition].

2004-2006

Post-doctoral Fellowship – CIHR Open Competition & CIHR/Ontario Women’s Health Council (2-year salary award; $80,000) [20% success rate in Open competition]

2004

Ontario Women’s Health Scholar Fellowship [declined]

1990-1992

Special University Scholarship, The University of Western Ontario

1990

Admission Scholarship, The University of Western Ontario

1987-1988

Merit Scholarship, Dalhousie University

PUBLICATIONS Books Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. (Eds.) (2010). Configuring Health Consumers: Health Work and the Imperative of Personal Responsibility. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?PID=408457 Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S., Harris, R. (Eds.) (2008). Mediating Health Information: The Go-Betweens in a Changing Socio-Technical Landscape. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?PID=285092


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Refereed Articles in Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Journals (published & accepted/in press) Wathen, C.N., Tanaka, M., MacGregor, J.C.D., Ferro, M.A., McKee, C., Boyle, M., Ford-Gilboe, M., MacMillan, H.L. (in press). Trajectories for women who disclose intimate partner violence in health care settings: the key role of abuse severity. International Journal of Public Health. McTavish, J., MacGregor, J. C. D., MacMillan, H. L., & Wathen, C. N. (in press). Children’s exposure to intimate partner violence: An overview. International Review of Psychiatry. MacGregor, J. C. D., Wathen, C. N., Olszowy, L., Saxton, M., MacQuarrie, B.J. (in press). Gender differences in workplace disclosure and supports for domestic violence: Results of a pan-Canadian survey. Violence and Victims. Boyko, J.A., Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N. (2016). Moving knowledge about family violence into public health policy and practice: A mixed method evaluation of a deliberative dialogue. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14:31. DOI: 10.1186/s12961-016-0100-9. Burnett, C., Ford-Gilboe, M., Berman, H., Ward-Griffin, C., Wathen, C.N. (2016). The day to day reality of delivering shelter services to women in the context of system and policy demands. Journal of Social Service Research. Online March 23/16, pp 1-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01488376.2016.1153562. Wathen C. N., MacGregor, J.C.D., MacQuarrie, B.J. (2016). The relationship between intimate partner violence, work, and health. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-16. online January 19, 2016. DOI: 10.1177/0886260515624236 MacGregor, J. C. D., Wathen, C. N., & MacQuarrie, B. J. (2016). Domestic violence in the Canadian workplace: Are co-workers aware? Safety and Health at Work. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.shaw.2016.01.003 Wallace, B., Browne, A. J., Varcoe, C. M., Ford-Gilboe, M., & Wathen, C. N. (2015). Self-reported oral health among a community sample of people experiencing social and health inequities: Implications for the primary health care sector. BMJ Open;5:e009519. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009519. Browne, A. J., Varcoe, C. M., Ford-Gilboe, M., & Wathen, C. N. on behalf of the EQUIP Team. (2015). EQUIP Healthcare: A multi-component intervention to enhance equity in primary health care settings. International Journal for Equity in Health, 14:152. DOI: 10.1186/s12939-015-0271-y Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2015). The role of integrated knowledge translation in intervention research. Prevention Science. Online First. DOI: 10.1007/s11121-015-0564-9 Kwon, Y., Lemieux, M., McTavish, J., Wathen, C.N. (2015). Identifying and removing duplicate records resultant from systematic review searches – a comparative investigation. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 103(4): 184–188. doi: 10.3163/1536-5050.103.4.004. Wathen C. N., MacGregor, J.C.D., MacQuarrie, B.J. (2015). The impact of domestic violence in the workplace: results from a pan-Canadian survey. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57(7): e65-71. DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000000499. Burnett, C., Ford-Gilboe, M., Berman, H., Ward-Griffin, C., Wathen, C.N. (2015). A critical discourse analysis of provincial policies impacting shelter service delivery to women exposed to violence. Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice. DOI: 10.1177/1527154415583123 Sibbald, S., Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N. (2015). An empirically based model for knowledge management in health care organizations. Health Care Management Review, Mar 2. [Epub ahead of print] DOI: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000046


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Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J., Dennhardt, S., Naimi, A., Ellis, K. (2015). ‘Blaming the flowers for wilting’: Idealized aging in a health charity video. Qualitative Health Research. Online February 5, 2015, doi: 10.1177/1049732315570121. Sibbald, S., MacGregor, J., Surmacz, M., Wathen, C.N. (2015). Into the gray: A modified approach to citation analysis to better understand research impact. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 103(1):49-54. doi: 10.3163/1536-5050.103.1.010. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R.M., Ford-Gilboe, M., Hansen, M. for the Ontario Shelter Research Project. (2015). What counts? A mixed-methods study to inform evaluation of shelters for abused women. Violence Against Women, 21(1), 125-46. DOI: 10.1177/1077801214564077. Tanaka, M., Afifi, T.O., Wathen, C.N., Boyle, M.H., & MacMillan, H.L. (2014/5). Evaluation of sex differences in health-related quality of life outcomes associated with child abuse: Results from the Ontario Child Health Study. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, 24(4), 353-63. doi: 10.1017/S2045796014000274. Epub 2014 May 1. MacGregor, J.C.D., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A., Hundal, P.K., Naimi, A. (2014). Mobilizing knowledge on intimate partner violence and child maltreatment: An integrative review. BMC Public Health, 14, 862 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-862. Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N., Lynch, R. (2014). Assessing performance in shelters for abused women: Can ‘caring citizenship’ be measured in ‘value for money’ accountability regimes? International Journal of Public Administration, 37: 737–746. MacGregor, J.C.D., Wathen, C.N. (2014). 'My health is not a job': A qualitative examination of personal health management and imperatives of the 'new public health'. BMC Public Health 14:726. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-726. Kothari, A., Sibbald, S., Wathen, C.N. (2014). Evaluation of partnerships in a transnational family violence research network using an integrated knowledge translation and exchange model: a mixed methods study. Health Research Policy and Systems, 12:25. doi:10.1186/1478-4505-12-25. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2014). Children’s exposure to intimate partner violence. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 23, 295-308. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2013). Children’s exposure to intimate partner violence: impacts and interventions. Paediatrics & Child Health, 18(8), 419-22. Stewart, D.E., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2013). Intimate partner violence [Position paper]. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58(6) S1-S17. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Varcoe, C.M. (2013). Intimate partner violence in the family: considerations for children’s safety. Child Abuse & Neglect, 37, 1186–91. Feder, G., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2013). An evidence-based response to intimate partner violence: World Health Organization guidelines. Journal of the American Medical Association, 310(5):479-480. Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A., Day, A.M.B. (2013). Knowledge flow and exchange in interdisciplinary primary health care teams: an exploratory study. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 101(2):128-37. 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 partner violence against women: A knowledge translation case study. Health Research Policy and Systems, 11:13. DOI: 10.1186/14784505-11-13. URL: http://www.health-policy-systems.com/content/11/1/13.


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Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N. (2013). A critical second look at integrated knowledge translation. Health Policy, 109, 189-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.healthpol.2012.11.004. Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., Hammerton, J., Coben, J.H., Herrman, H., Stewart, D.E., and MacMillan, H.L., for the PreVAiL Research Network (2012). Priorities for research in child maltreatment, intimate partner violence and resilience to violence exposures: Results of an international Delphi consensus development process. BMC Public Health, 12:684. doi:10.1186/14712458-12-684. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2012). Health care's response to women exposed to partner violenceMoving beyond universal screening [Editorial]. Journal of the American Medical Association, 308(7):712-713. doi:10.1001/jama.2012.9913. Beynon, C.E., Gutmanis, I.A., Tutty, L.M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2012). Why physicians and nurses ask (or don’t) about partner violence: A qualitative analysis. BMC Public Health, 12:473. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-473 (designated as Highly Accessed by the journal). Jack, S.M., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N., Davidov, D.M., McNaughton, D.B., Coben, J., Olds, D.L., MacMillan, H.L. (2012). Development of a nurse home visitation intervention for intimate partner violence. BMC Health Services Research, 12:50. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-50. O'Grady, L., Wathen, C.N., Charnaw-Burger, J., Betel, L., Shachak, A., Luke, R., Hockema, S., Jadad, A. (2012). The use of tags and tag clouds to discern credible content in online health message forums. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 81(1):36-44. Wathen, C.N., Sibbald, S.L., Jack, S.M., MacMillan, H.L. (2011). Talk, trust and time: A longitudinal case study evaluating knowledge translation and exchange processes in research on violence against women. Implementation Science, 6:102. doi:10.1186/1748-5908-6-102 (designated as Highly Accessed by the journal). Brouwers, M.C., De Vito, C., Bahirathan, L., Carol, A., Caroll, J.C., Cotterchio, M., Dobbins, M., Lent, B., Levitt, C., Lewis, N., McGregor, S.E., Paszat, L., Rand, C., Wathen, N. (2011). Effective interventions to facilitate the uptake of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening: An implementation guideline. Implementation Science, 6:112 doi:10.1186/1748-5908-6-112 Brouwers, M.C., De Vito, C., Bahirathan, L., Carol, A., Caroll, J.C., Cotterchio, M., Dobbins, M., Lent, B., Levitt, C., Lewis, N., McGregor, S.E., Paszat, L., Rand, C., Wathen, N. (2011). What Implementation Interventions Increase Cancer Screening Rates? A Systematic Review. Implementation Science, 6:111 doi:10.1186/1748-5908-6-111 McTavish J.R., Neal, D.R., Wathen, C.N. (2011). Is what you see what you get? Medical subject headings and their organizing work in the violence against women research literature. Knowledge Organization, 38(5), 381-397. McTavish, J.R., Harris, R.M. & Wathen, C.N. (2011). Searching for health: The topography of the first page. Ethics & Information Technology, 13(3), 227-240. doi: 10.1007/s10676-011-9272-8 Wathen, C.N., McKeown, S. (2010). Can the government really help? Online Information for women experiencing violence. Government Information Quarterly, 27, 170-6. doi:10.1016/j.giq.2009.12.004. Tanaka, M., Jamieson, E., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H. (2010) Methodological standards for randomised controlled trials of interventions for preventing recurrence of child physical abuse and neglect. Child Abuse Review, 19(1), 21-38.


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This paper was one of 5 selected for the journal’s 2010 “Virtual Issue”: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1099-0852/homepage/virtual_issue__selected_papers_2010.htm MacMillan H.L., Wathen C.N., Jamieson E., Boyle M.H., Shannon H., Ford-Gilboe M., Worster A., Lent B., Coben J., Campbell J.C., McNutt L.A. for the McMaster Violence Against Women Research Program. (2009). Screening for intimate partner violence in health care settings: Results of a multisite randomized trial. Journal of the American Medical Association, 305(5), 493-501. Wathen, C.N., Tanaka, M., Catallo, C., Lebner, A.C., Friedman, M.K., Hanson, M.D., Freeman, C., Jack, S.M., Jamieson, E., MacMillan, H.L. and the McMaster IPV Education Research Team. (2009). Are clinicians being prepared to care for abused women? A survey of health professional education in Ontario, Canada. BMC Medical Education, 9:34 Available: http://www.biomedcentral.com/14726920/9/34 (designated as Highly Accessed by the journal). MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Barlow, J., Fergusson, D.M., Leventhal, J.M., Taussig, H.N. (2009). Child maltreatment 3: Interventions to prevent child maltreatment and associated impairment. The Lancet, 373(9659):250-66. Waechter, R., Wekerle, C., Leslie, B., Goodman, D., Wathen, N., Moody, B. and the MAP Research Team. (2009). Child protective services and university-based partnerships: a participatory actionbased model for creating and sharing knowledge. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 4(2), 118-128. Available: http://www.fncfcs.com/pubs/vol4num2/Waecher-Wekerle-Leslie-Goodman-WathenMoody-etal_pp118.pdf. Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., MacMillan, H.L. (2008). Who is identified by screening for intimate partner violence? Women’s Health Issues, 18(6), 423-432. O'Grady, L., Witteman, H., Wathen, C.N. (2008). Supporting experiential learning in collaborative Web-based patient education. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 8:58. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6947/8/58. doi:10.1186/1472-6947-8-58. Hanson, M.D., Gauld, M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2008). Non-pharmacological interventions for acute wound care distress in pediatric patients with burn injury: a systematic review. Journal of Burn Care and Research, 29(5), 730-741. Wathen, C.N., Watson, G., Jack, S.M., Caldwell, S., Lewis, N. (2008). From big to small: A process for developing policy-relevant research summaries. Healthcare Policy, 4(1), 60-69. Jack, S.M., Jamieson, E., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2008). The feasibility of screening for intimate partner violence in postpartum nurse home visits. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 40(2), 150170. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2008). Self-report, medical staff interview, and physician interview had similar effectiveness for screening for domestic violence in women. Evidence-Based Nursing, 11(2): 45. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2007). American Medical Association Symposium: Identification of Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings: What’s the Evidence? DePaul Journal of Health Care Law, 11(1) Fall; 69-87. Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Wilson, M., Daly, M., Worster, A., MacMillan, H.L. (2007). Risk indicators to identify intimate partner violence in the emergency department. Open Medicine, 1(2), e113-22. Free full-text available at URL: http://www.openmedicine.ca/article/view/63/62


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Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N. (2007). “If my mother was alive I’d probably have called her. Nowadays, I turn to the internet.” Women’s search for health information in rural Canada. [Feature Article]. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 47(1), 67-79. Free full-text available at URL: http://rusq.org/wpcontent/uploads/2007/47n1/PDFs/harris-wathen.pdf. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R.M. (2007). “I try to take care of it myself.” How rural women search for health information. Qualitative Health Research, 17(5), 639-651. This paper was selected as a Finalist for Diana Forsythe Award, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA). MacMillan, H.L., Jamieson, E., Wathen, C.N., Boyle, M., Walsh, C., Omura, J., Walker, J., Lodenquai, G. (2007). Development of a policy-relevant child maltreatment strategy. The Milbank Quarterly, 85(2):337-74. Gutmanis, I., Beynon, C., Tutty, L., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2007). Factors influencing identification of and response to intimate partner violence: a survey of physicians and nurses. BMCPublic Health 7:12. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-7-12. Wathen, C.N. (2006). Alternatives to hormone replacement therapy: A multi-method study of women’s experiences. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 14(3), 185-92. Wathen, C.N. (2006). Health information seeking in context: How women make decisions regarding hormone replacement therapy. Journal of Health Communication, 11, 477-493. Wathen, C.N. & Harris, R.M. (2006). An examination of the health information seeking experiences of women in rural Ontario, Canada. Information Research, 11(4). Available: http://informationr.net/ir/11-4/paper267.html. Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N., Fear, J.M. (2006). Searching for health information in rural Canada: Where do residents look for health information and what do they do when they find it? Information Research, 12(1). Available: http://informationr.net/ir/12-1/paper274.html. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Boyle, M., McNutt, L.A., Worster, A., Lent, B, Webb, M. (2006). A randomized trial of approaches to screening for intimate partner violence in health care settings. Journal of the American Medical Association, 296(5), 530-536. McLennan, J.D., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Lavis, J.N. (2006). Research-practice gaps in child mental health. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 45(6), 658-65. Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N., Chan, D. (2005). Public library responses to a consumer health inquiry in a public health crisis: The SARS experience in Ontario. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 45(2), 14754. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2005). Family violence research: Lessons learned and where from here? Journal of the American Medical Association, 294(5), 618-620. Allin, H., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2005). Treatment of child neglect: A systematic review. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 50(8), 211-218. Also published as a Structured Abstract in the UK Database for Reviews of Effectiveness (DARE) at URL: http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/CRDWeb/ShowRecord.asp?View=Full&ID=12005004495 MacMillan, H.L., Patterson, C.J.S., Wathen, C.N., and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. (2005). Screening for depression in primary care: Recommendation statement from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 172(1), 33-35.


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Taket, A., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2004). Should health professionals screen all women for domestic violence? PLoS Medicine, 1(1), 7-10 (e4-e9 online). MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2004). Commentary: current therapies for men committing acts of domestic violence are of limited benefit. Evidence-Based Mental Health, 7(3), 79. Wathen, C.N., Feig, D.S., Feightner, J.W., Abramson, B.L., Cheung, A.M. and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. (2004). Hormone replacement therapy for the primary prevention of chronic disease: Recommendation statement from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 170(10), 1535-1537. [also published in French: L’hormonothérapie substitutive après la ménopause pour la prévention primaire de maladies cardiovasculaires et cérébrovasculaires. Journal de l'Association médicale canadienne, 2004, 170(10), Online 1-5) Palda, V.A., Guise, J.M., Wathen, C.N., and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. (2004). Interventions to promote breastfeeding: Applying the evidence in clinical practice. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 170(6), 976-978. [also published in French: Interventions visant à promouvoir l’allaitement maternel: application des données probantes à la pratique clinique. Le Médecin du Québec, 2004, 39(6), 121-125.] Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. (2003). Prevention of violence against women: Recommendation statement from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 169(6), 582-584. [also published in French: Prévention de la violence envers les femmes: recommandations officiels. Le Médecin du Québec, 2003, 38(10), 123-126.] MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2003). Violence against women: Integrating the evidence into clinical practice. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 169(6), 570-571. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2003). Interventions for violence against women: Scientific review. Journal of the American Medical Association, 289(5): 589-600. Wathen, C.N., Burkell, J. (2002). Believe it or not: Factors influencing credibility on the Web. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 53(2):134-144. Quintana, Y., Feightner, J.W., Wathen, C.N., Sangster L.M., & Marshall, J.N., (2001). Preventive health information on the Internet: Qualitative study of consumers’ perspectives. Canadian Family Physician, 47, 1759-1765. Feightner J.W., Marshall J.N., Sangster L.M., Wathen, C.N., Quintana Y. (2001). Evidence-based preventive practice guidelines: Qualitative study of useful resources on the Internet. Canadian Family Physician, 47, 1577-1583. Wathen, C.N., Roberts, W.A. (1994). Multiple pattern learning by rats on an eight arm radial maze. Animal Learning and Behaviour, 22, 155-164. Articles Submitted to Peer-Reviewed Publications Hanson, M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H. The Case for Intimate Partner Violence Education: Early, Essential and Evidence-based. Medical Education (submitted by invitation, July 2016).


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Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N., Varcoe, C., MacMillan, M., Scott-Storey, K., Mantler, T., Hegarty, K., & Perrin, N. Development of a Brief Measure of Intimate Partner Violence Experiences: The Composite Abuse Scale (Revised) – Short Form (CASR-SF). BMJ Open (submitted May 2016). Boyko, J.A., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A. Effectively engaging stakeholders and the public in developing violence prevention strategies. BMC Women’s Health (revised and re-submitted April 2016) Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., MacMillan, H.L. Challenges and opportunities in mobilising research knowledge on violence against women: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health (revised and re-submitted April 2016). Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A. Managing Knowledge in Transitions: Experiences of healthcare leaders in succession planning. Healthcare Management Forum (submitted April 2016). Proceedings Rothbauer, P., Stevenson, S. and Wathen, N. (Eds.). Borders, Bridges and Byways: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Ottawa, Ontario. 2009. Book Chapters MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2013). Child Sexual Abuse of Girls. In: Riecher- Rössler A, GarcíaMoreno C (eds): Violence against Women and Mental Health. Key Issues Ment Health [Book series]. Basel, Karger, vol 178, pp 96-106. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wekerle, C., Jack, S.M. and Sibbald, S.L. (2010). New Knowledge About Violence Across the Lifespan: Sharing the Findings of Three Large Research Programs. In: Knowledge to Action: An End-of-Grant Knowledge Translation Casebook. Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Ottawa. Available: http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/41594.html#8 Wyatt, S., Harris, R., Wathen, C.N. (2010). Health(y) Citizenship: Technology, Work and Narratives of Responsibility. In:. Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. (Eds.) Configuring Health Consumers: Health Work and the Imperative of Personal Responsibility. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. (2010). Working to be Healthy: Empowering Consumers or Citizens? In:. Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. (Eds.) Configuring Health Consumers: Health Work and the Imperative of Personal Responsibility. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. McKeown, S., Wathen, N. (2009) Is Information Enough? eGovernment and the Information Response for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence. In: Rothbauer, P., Stevenson, S. and Wathen, N. (Eds.). Borders, Bridges and Byways: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Ottawa, Ontario. Available: http://www.caisacsi.ca/proceedings/2009/Wathen_McKeown_2009.pdf. Wyatt, S., Harris, R., Wathen, C.N. (2008).The Go-Betweens: Health, Technology and Info(r)mediation. In: Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S., Harris, R. (Eds.) (2008). Mediating Health Information: The Go-Betweens in a Changing Socio-Technical Landscape. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R., Wyatt, S. (2008). Reflections on the Middle Space. In: Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S., Harris, R. (Eds.) (2008). Mediating Health Information: The Go-Betweens in a Changing SocioTechnical Landscape. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


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Martin, H.J., Wathen C.N. (2008). The Association Between Literacy & Health: Providing Health Information to Adults with Low Literacy. In: Kars, M., Baker, L., Wilson, F. (Eds.). The MLA Guide to Health Literacy at the Library. New York, NY: Neal-Schuman. [ISBN 978-1-55570-625-8]. Wathen C.N., Harris, R. (2005). The Transtheoretical Model of Health Behavior Change. In: Fisher, K.E., Erdelez, S., McKechnie, E.F. (Eds.) Theories of Information Behavior. Medford, NJ: Information Today. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R. (2003). Rural women's health information needs: are technology-based services the answer? (pp. 68-80). In: Peekhaus, WC and Spiteri, LF (Eds.). Bridging the Digital Divide: Equalizing Access to Information and Communication Technologies. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Halifax, NS. Non-Refereed Articles in Journals Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (2012). Screening for intimate partner violence - Reply [Letter]. Journal of the American Medical Association, 308(22), 2335-6. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Boyle, M. (2009). Screening for intimate partner violence - Reply [Letter]. Journal of the American Medical Association, 302(22), 2434-5. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Lent, B., Jamieson, E. (2007 October 31). Whether, when and how to ask about intimate partner violence [Invited Electronic Letter]. Annals of Family Medicine. Available: http://www.annfammed.org/cgi/eletters/5/5/430 Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Jamieson, E. (2006). Screening for intimate partner violence [Letter]. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 31(5), 453. Wathen, C.N. (2004). Violence Against Women: A Physician’s Guide to Identification and Management [Book Review]. New England Journal of Medicine, 350(3), 314. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Rhodes, K., Levinson, W. (2003). Intervening in abusive relationships Reply [Letter]. Journal of the American Medical Association, 289(17): 2211-2212. Published Abstracts Wathen, N., Bella L., Harris, R., Wyatt, S. (2008). A comparative analysis of librarians and health professionals as “health info(r)mediators”. Canadian Health Libraries Association Journal, 29, 85-86. Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations Herbert, C. Browne, A., Varcoe, C., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (accepted for Nov 2016). Implementation of an Organizational Intervention to Promote Equity-Oriented Care in Primary Health Care Settings. North American Primary Care Research Group Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. Wathen, C.N. (accepted for Oct 2016). Mobilizing Knowledge to Effect Change: Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Family Violence Research Networks. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International. Melbourne, Australia. Wathen, C.N. (accepted for Oct 2016). Health and Other Impacts of Domestic Violence in the Workplace: The Experiences of Trans* People. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International. Melbourne, Australia. Wathen, C.N. (Chair), Smye, V., Ford-Gilboe, M. (June 2016). Symposium: Integrating Trauma- and Violence-Informed Care in Health Care Responses to Health Inequities and Family Violence. Trauma Talks. Toronto, ON.


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Paper 1: Vicki Smye, Colleen Varcoe, Annette Browne, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Nadine Wathen: Integrating the “V” in Trauma- and Violence-Informed Care (TVIC): The Traumatic Effects of Violent People, Systems and Structures. Paper 2: Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Annette Browne, Colleen Varcoe, Nadine Wathen, Vicki Smye: Fostering TVIC in Primary Health Care: Emerging Lessons and Findings from an Organizational Level Intervention. Paper 3: Nadine Wathen, Harriet MacMillan, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Colleen Varcoe: The VEGA (Violence, Evidence, Guidance, Action) Project: A Public Health Response to Family Violence. Wathen, C.N. (April 2016). Family Violence, Equity and Health: Intersectoral Integrated Knowledge Translation for “Wicked Problems”. CIHR-IPPH Sparking Population Health Solutions Summit. Ottawa, ON. Kwon, Y., Lemieux, M., McTavish, J., Wathen, N. (June 2015). Identifying and removing duplicate records resultant from systematic review searches – A comparative investigation. Canadian Health Libraries Association, Vancouver, BC. Wathen, C.N. (Chair), Kothari, A., MacGregor, J.C.D., Boyko, J., MacMillan, H. (June 2015). Symposium: Integrated knowledge translation in an international research network on violence and mental health across the lifespan: the PreVAiL experience. Knowledge Translation in Mental Health and Addictions Conference. Waypoint Centre for Mental Health. Toronto, ON. Paper 1: MacGregor, Wathen, Kothari. Strategies to promote uptake and use of intimate partner violence and child maltreatment knowledge: an integrative review. Paper 2: Boyko, Kothari. Implementation and evaluation of a deliberative dialogue process to address the challenge of communicating family violence prevention to effect change. Paper 3: Kothari, Wathen, Boyko. Evaluating the PreVAiL Network: an integrated knowledge translation strategy. Wathen, C.N. (May 2015). Intimate Partner Violence in Adults. American Psychiatric Association Conference. Toronto, ON. Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., MacQuarrie, B. (May 2015). The relationship between intimate partner violence, health and work. Canadian Public Health Association Conference. Vancouver, BC. Browne, A., Varcoe, C., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (May 2015). World Café: Tackling Violence and Inequity at Multiple Levels. Canadian Public Health Association Conference. Vancouver, BC. Browne, A., Varcoe, C., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (April 2015). Addressing the intersections of violence, trauma and discrimination in PHC settings: Researching the effectiveness of an innovative organizational intervention. 20th Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA. Ford-Gilboe, M., Mantler, T., Colquhoun, R., Dietrich, P., Merritt-Gray, M., Varcoe, C., Wathen, C.N., Wuest, J., Hammerton, J. (April 2015). Toward an Effective Primary Health Care Intervention for Women Who Have Experienced Intimate Partner Violence: Who Benefits and Why? 20th Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA. Ford-Gilboe, M., Browne, A., Varcoe, C., Wathen, C.N. (April 2015). Looking through a Health Equity Lens: An integrated approach to measuring the implementation of Trauma- and Violence-Informed Care. 20th Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA.


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Jack, S.M., Wathen, C.N., Ford-Gilboe, M., MacMillan, H. and the NFP IPV Research Team (April 2015). Setting the stage for effective translation: Factors influencing implementation and evaluation of an intimate partner violence intervention into an existing evidence-based nurse home visiting program. 20th Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA. Varcoe, C., Browne, A., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N., Garinger, C. (April 2015). How can we connect interpersonal violence to structural violence? 20th Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International, Atlanta, GA. Fisk, M., Bresett, K., Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (co-presenters June 2014). EQUIP Healthcare: An Innovative Research Partnership to Enhance Equity-Oriented Primary Health Care. Association of Ontario Health Centres Annual Conference, Toronto, ON. Ford-Gilboe, M., Browne, A., Varcoe, C., & Wathen, N. (May 2014). Development and Initial Testing of a Theoretically-Grounded Measure of Equity-Oriented Health Care: E-HoCS. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Toronto. Sibbald, S., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A. (February 2014). A Preliminary Model for Knowledge Management in Healthcare Organizations [Poster]. ARGC FHS Partnerships and Possibilities in Health Research Symposia. London, ON. Browne, A.J., Varcoe, C., Ford-Gilboe, M, Wathen, N., Wong, S., Smye, V. (December 2013). Measuring and Monitoring in Difficult Times: Tracking to Mitigate Health Inequities in Primary Health Care Organizations. Paper presentation at the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, Wellington, New Zealand. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R., Ford-Gilboe, M. (June 2013). More than just a bed: A mixed methods study of the role of shelters in the lives of abused women. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference. Vancouver, BC. Wathen, C.N., Ford-Gilboe, M., McKee, C., Boyle, M., Tanaka, M., MacMillan, H.L. (June 2013). Predictors of Improved Outcomes for Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence: Results from a Multi-site Study in Health Care Settings. Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference. Vancouver, BC. MacGregor, J.C.D., Wathen, C.N. (June 2013). Health in the Home: A Qualitative Analysis of Perceptions of Personal Health Management (poster). Canadian Public Health Association. Ottawa ON. Browne, A.J., Varcoe, C., Ford-Gilboe, M, Smye, V., Wathen, N., & Gerlach, A. (June 2013). The Intersections of Violence, Trauma and Inequity: An Intervention to Enhance Primary Health Care. Paper presentation at the National Network on Violence Against Women, Vancouver, BC. Varcoe, C., Browne, A.J., Gerlach, A., Wathen, N., & Ford-Gilboe, M. (June 2013). Integrating Structural Violence in Trauma- and Violence-Informed Care. Paper presentation at the National Network on Violence Against Women, Vancouver, BC. MacMillan, H.L., Tanaka, M., Wathen, C.N. (March 2013). An Update on Guidelines to Respond to Intimate Partner Violence and WHO’s VPA Research Priorities: What’s Known and What’s Next? 5th World Congress on Women’s Mental Health. Lima, Peru. Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., Sibbald, S.L., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2012). Decision-based Evidence Making: Evaluating the Uptake and Framing of Research Evidence on Universal Screening for Partner Violence Against Women. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference. Montreal, QC.


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Wathen, C.N., Sibbald, S.L., Kothari, A., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2012). Evaluating ResearcherKnowledge User Partnerships in an International Research Network on Violence, Gender and Mental Health. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference. Montreal, QC. Ford-Gilboe, M., Wuest, J., Merritt-Gray, M., Varcoe, C., Dietrich, P. Wathen, C.N. (October 2012). Toward an effective primary health care intervention for women who have experienced intimate partner violence: Initial Outcomes and Processes of Change. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research Conference. Montreal, QC. Jack, S.M., Ford-Gilboe, M., MacMillan, H. for the NFP IPV Research Team (October 2012). Clinical supervision of nurses working with women exposed to intimate partner violence. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research International Conference, Montreal, PQ. Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., (September 2012). What does ‘care’ mean in shelters for abused women? Critical care: Advancing an ethic of care in theory and practice (Conference). Brighton, England. Jack, S.M., Ford-Gilboe, M., MacMillan, H. for the NFP IPV Research Team (September 2012). Using qualitative research to develop context specific interventions to address family violence. XIXth ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Istanbul, Turkey. Wathen, C.N., Stevenson, S., McKenzie, P., Sibbald, S. (May/June 2012). Panel: The Rhetoric and Reality of “Knowledge Mobilization”: Perspectives from the Research Front. Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI). Waterloo, ON. MacGregor, J.C.D., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (May/June 2012). Poster: Evaluation of an Information-based Intervention for Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence. Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI). Waterloo, ON. Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A. (May/June 2012). Paper: Knowledge Management in Healthcare: Where are we and where should we go? Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI). Waterloo, ON. Hegarty, K.L., Feder, G.S., Taft, A. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (March 2012). Methodological and ethical issues in randomised controlled trials of health care interventions for women survivors of IPV (workshop). The 6th Biennial National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence. San Francisco, CA. MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, N., Stewart, D. (November 2010). PreVAiL - Child Maltreatment and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). CIHR Institute for Gender & Health Innovations in Gender, Sex & Health Research Conference. Toronto, ON. Coben, J., Herrman, H., MacMillan, H.L., Stewart, D., Wathen, N. (November 2010). The PreVAiL Research Network. CIHR Institute for Gender & Health Innovations in Gender, Sex & Health Research Conference. Toronto, ON. Sibbald, S.L., Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N., Shoemaker, K. (June 2010). How interdisciplinary primary health care teams access and share knowledge. Canadian Association for Information Science (CAISACSI). Montreal, QC. Sibbald, S.L., Wathen, C.N., Kothari, A. (May 2010). Knowledge management practices in acute care organizations across Canada. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference. Toronto, ON.


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O'Grady, L., Betel, L., Shachak, A., Wathen, C.N., Hockema, S., Luke, R., Chignal, M., & Jadad, A. (February 2010). Sensemaking and credibility of health information in online message forums: a multi-method study assessing tagging and tag clouds (workshop). Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW). Savannah, GA. Sibbald, S.L., Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N., Shoemaker, K. (January 2010). Accessing and sharing knowledge in interdisciplinary primary health care teams. CIHR Primary Health Summit. Toronto, ON. Lent, B., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, N. (November 2009). Universal screening for intimate partner violence in health care settings: results of a multi-site randomized trial. North American Primary Care Research Group. Montreal, Quebec. Lent, B., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, N. (October 2009). Universal screening for intimate partner violence in health care settings: results of a multi-site randomized trial. Family Medicine Forum. Calgary, Alberta. Witteman, H., Whyte, S., Bender, J., Janutka, M., Sutton, E., O'Grady, L., Sellen, K., von Tunzelmann, M., Prior, C., Enkin, M., Borgerson, K., Wathen, N. (September 2009) Apomediation and Women's Choices of Birth Place and Attendants. Medicine 2.0. Toronto, Ontario. Wathen, N., McKeown, S. (May 2009) Is information enough? egovernment and the information response for women experiencing domestic violence. Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI). Ottawa, Ontario. McTavish, J., Harris, R., Wathen, N., (May 2009) Searching for health: the topography of the first page. Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS-ACSI). Ottawa, Ontario. Sibbald, S., Kothari, A., Wathen, N. (May 2009) Knowledge flow and exchange in interdisciplinary primary health care teams: an exploratory study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR). Calgary, Alberta. Witteman, H., Whyte, S., O'Grady, L., Sutton, E., Janutka, M., Bender, J., Prior, C., Enkin, M., Borgerson, K., Wathen, N. (October 2008). Narratives in online communities and women's decisions about birth attendants and birth place (poster). Society for Medical Decision Making. Philadelphia, PA. Wathen, N. (August 2008). Information as superhero: Is there anything it can’t do? Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S). Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Wathen, N., Bella L., Harris, R., Wyatt, S. (May 2008). A Comparative Analysis of Librarians and Health Professionals as “Health Info(r)mediators”. Canadian Health Libraries Association Conference, Halifax, NS. Wathen, N., Jack, S., MacMillan, H. (February 2008). Asking About Intimate Partner Violence in Health Care Settings. Ontario Communities Working Together the End Violence Conference, Kitchener, ON. Wathen, N., Gutmanis, I., Freeman, C., Beynon, C., MacMillan, H. (February 2008). Are Health Care Providers Prepared to Address Intimate Partner Violence Against Women? Ontario Communities Working Together the End Violence Conference, Kitchener, ON. Wathen, N., Lewis, N., Jack, S., Brooks, S., Macedo, S., & MacMillan, H. (October 2007). The McMaster VAW Research Program Knowledge Translation Project. 15th Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference. London, ON. Jack, S., Wathen, N., Brooks, S. & MacMillan, H. (October 2007). A process evaluation of knowledge translation strategies to promote the awareness and uptake of research evidence by VAW decision-


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makers. 15th Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference. London, ON. Wathen, N., & Brooks, S. (October 2007). Development of an online violence against women community of interest. 15th Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International (NNVAWI) Conference. London, ON. Lent, B., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (May 2007). Screening for woman abuse in health care settings. European General Practice Research Network Meeting. Nijmegen, The Netherlands. [Conference Award for Best Poster.] Jack, S.M., Catallo, C., Wathen, C.N., & MacMillan, H. (April 2007). Ontario women’s perceptions of screening for woman abuse by health care providers. 19th Annual Research Day, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Strohm, S., Wathen, C. N., Jack, S., Wilson, M., Catallo, C. Fear, J., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2007). A meta-analysis of risk indicators for intimate partner violence against women (work-in-progress). 19th Annual Research Day, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Jack, S.M., Catallo, C., Wathen, C.N., & MacMillan, H. (October 2006). Ontario women’s perceptions of screening for woman abuse by health care providers. McMaster University 13th Annual Nursing Research Day. Hamilton, ON. Wathen, C.N., Harris, R.M. (July 2006). An examination of the health information seeking experiences of women in rural Ontario, Canada. Information Seeking in Context Conference (ISIC 2006), Sydney, Australia. Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N., Fear, J.M. (July 2006). Searching for health information in rural Canada: Where do residents look for health information and what do they do when they find it? Information Seeking in Context Conference (ISIC 2006), Sydney, Australia. Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Wilson, M., Daly, M., Worster, A., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2006). Characteristics associated with exposure to intimate partner violence in a sample of Ontario women. Enhancing Women’s Health Research Conference, Ottawa, Ontario. Cheng, C. & Wathen, C.N. (April 2006). Childhood maltreatment and depression among Canadian women: A systematic review. Enhancing Women’s Health Research Conference, Ottawa, Ontario. Jack, S.M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2006). Ontario Women’s Perceptions of Screening for Woman Abuse by Health Care Providers. Enhancing Women’s Health Research Conference, Ottawa, Ontario. Fear, J.M., Harris, R., Wathen, C.N. (April 2006). A comparison of health information websites for women’s health information needs. Enhancing Women’s Health Research Conference, Ottawa, Ontario. Jack, S.M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2006). Women’s perceptions of screening for woman abuse by health care providers. 12th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. Fear, J., Wathen, C.N., Ploeg, J. (December 2005). Data extraction for the non-statistician: Lessons learned from a systematic evidence review and meta-analysis of risk indicators for abuse of older persons. 4th Canadian Cochrane Symposium, Montreal, Quebec. Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Wilson, M., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2005). Development and testing of a Risk Indicator Tool for woman abuse. World Conference on Prevention of Family Violence. Banff, Alberta.


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MacMillan, H.L., Jamieson, E., Wathen, C.N., Catallo, C. (October 2005). The health sector response to violence against women: evidence-based approaches to identifying abused women in health care settings. World Conference on Prevention of Family Violence. Banff, Alberta. Catallo, C., Wathen, C.N., Jack, S.M., Fear, J., Wilson, M., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2005). The evidence-base for primary prevention of violence against women: a meta-analysis of risk indicators. World Conference on Prevention of Family Violence. Banff, Alberta. Jack, S.M., Webb, M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2005). Women’s perceptions of screening for woman abuse by health care providers. World Conference on Prevention of Family Violence. Banff, Alberta. Harris, R.M., Wathen, C.N. (October 2005). Health info seeking in an (almost) wired world: what do rural dwellers do with health information from the internet? Canadian Rural Health Research Society Conference. Quebec City, Quebec. McNutt, L.A., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E. et al. (July 2005). Randomized trials of screening for intimate partner violence. 9th International Family Violence Research Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Wathen, C.N. & Leckie, G.J. (June 2005). Educating information professionals to support evidencebased health care. Canadian Health Libraries Association, Toronto, Ontario. Ploeg, J., Wathen, C.N., Fear, J.M., MacMillan, H.L. (May 2005). A meta-analysis of risk indicators for abuse of older persons. Interdisciplinary Health / Aging Research Meeting. Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Wathen, C.N. (April 2005). How information helps abused women: A prospective cohort study in health care settings. 17th Annual Research Day, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Wathen, C.N. (January 2005). Health information seeking in context: How women make decisions regarding hormone replacement therapy. Association of Library & Information Science Educators, Boston, Massachusetts. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L., Webb, M., Jamieson, E., McNutt, L.A. (October 2004). Testing approaches to screening for violence against women. Family Violence Prevention Fund Conference, Boston, Massachusetts. Harris, R. & Wathen C.N. (October 2004). Health-related help-seeking by rural women in Ontario: a qualitative study. Second Canadian Conference on Literacy and Health. Ottawa, Ontario. Tang, B., Wathen, C.N, MacMillan, H.L. (October 2004). The cost of child abuse: A systematic review. Canadian Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec. Ploeg, J., Lohfeld, L., Patterson, C., Webb, M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (October 2004). Perceptions of elder abuse: Giving voice to older persons and caregivers through focus groups. McMaster University Nursing Research Day, Hamilton, Ontario. Lent, B., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (June 2004). Approaches to screening for violence against women. Trillium Primary Care Research Forum. London, Ontario. Ploeg, J., Lohfeld, L., Patterson, C.J.S., Webb, M., Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2004). The Canadian New Emerging Team on Violence Across the Lifespan: Giving voice to older persons participating in focus groups. International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse Latin America Seminar, Health and Human Rights Related to Elder Abuse and Neglect, Cienfuegos, Cuba, April 2730, 2004.


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Webb, M., Patterson, C., Ploeg, J., Wathen C.N., Eveleigh, K., Walsh, C., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2004) Health impacts of violence across the lifespan: A multidisciplinary approach to measuring abuse in the elderly. 16th Annual Research Day, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. Wathen C.N., Webb, M., Jamieson, E., MacMillan, H.L. (April 2004) Screening for violence against women: A program of research.16th Annual Research Day, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. Ploeg, J., Eveleigh, K., Hutchison, B., Wathen, C.N. (December 2003). Risk factors for elder abuse: what does the research say? From Policy to Practice: The Home Care Challenge. 13th Annual Canadian Home Care Association Conference, Toronto, ON. Harris, R. & Wathen C.N. (October 2003). Pushing the parameters of care: Should public libraries facilitate access to consumer health information? EEI21 - MEMPHIS – 2003. Wathen C.N. & Harris, R. (May 2003). Rural women’s health information needs: are technology-based services the answer? Canadian Association for Information Science CAIS2003. Halifax, NS. Harris, R. & Wathen C.N. (November 2002). Health Information Infrastructure(s) in Canada: Should Public Libraries Play a Role? Sofia 2002: Libraries, Civil Society and Social Development. Sofia, Bulgaria. McWilliam, C.L., Wathen, C.N. et al. (May 1996). Primary care research to promote seniors' independence: Progress in a Seniors’ Independence Research Program. Trillium Primary Care Research Forum. Toronto, Ontario. Wathen, C.N. (June 1992). Multiple pattern learning by rats on an eight-arm maze. Conference of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science. Quebec, Quebec. Invited Speaker Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (June 2016). Orienting health services to equity: concepts, strategies and evaluation approaches. South West Local Health Integration Network, Primary Care Capacity Steering Committee. London. Wathen, C.N. (May 2016). The prevalence and impact of domestic violence in the Canadian workplace. Canada School of Public Service. Ottawa. Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, C.N. (April 2016). EQUIP: An intervention to enhance equity-oriented care in primary health care settings. London Middlesex Health Providers Alliance. London. Wathen, C.N. (December 2015). The prevalence and impact of domestic violence in the Canadian workplace. Justice Canada, Ottawa. Wathen, C.N. (November 2015). The prevalence and impact of domestic violence in the Canadian workplace. International DV@Work Network Meeting, Brussels. Wathen, C.N., Hansen, M. (October 2015). More than just a bed: A mixed methods study of the role of shelters in the lives of abused women. Knowledge Mobilization Speaker’s Series: Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. Wathen, C.N., MacQuarrie, B., Byers, B. (August 2015). Invited keynote: Making work safe when home is not. Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation. Ottawa. Wathen, C.N. (March 2014). Invited keynote: The PreVAiL Research Network – Lessons Learned in an International Partnership. Victim Justice Network. Toronto.


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Wathen, C.N. (February 2014). Impacts of violence against women and children: A lifespan approach. Speaker: Science Seminar Series. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch, Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Ottawa. Wathen, C.N. (December 2013). Invited research expert: Knowledge Exchange Forum: Effective Interventions in Family Violence Prevention: Translating Research Excellence into Enhanced Health Policy and Programming. Co-hosted by the CIHR Institute of Gender and Health and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). Ottawa. Wathen, C.N. (November 2013). Discussant: What is the state of prevention science in Intimate partner and sexual violence? 6th Milestones of a Global Campaign for Violence Prevention Meeting. Mexico City, Mexico. Wathen, C.N. (February 2012). Plenary Panel: Ideas to Action: Knowledge Translation at the Point of ‘Health’ Care. ARGC/FHS Symposium. Parkwood Hospital, London, ON. Wathen, C.N. (October 2011). Plenary Panel: Integrating Gender and Sex in KT Strategies. CIHRInstitute for Gender and Health Hosted Chairs, Teams and Centres Meeting. Ottawa, ON. Wathen, C.N. (November 2010). The PreVAiL Research Network. International Centre for the Prevention of Crime. Montreal, QC. Wathen, C.N. (September 2010). Making research useful: strategies for mobilizing evidence. Office of Drugs and Alcohol Research and Surveillance Seminar Series, Health Canada. Ottawa, ON. Wathen, C.N., Sibbald, S.L., Jack, S.M., MacMillan, H.L. (June 2010). Evaluating the Impact of Research Evidence on Decision-Making in the Area of Violence Against Women. SSHRC Impacts Workshop, Montreal, QC. MacMillan, H.L. & Wathen, C.N. (March 2009). If, When and How to Ask the Question(s): Assessing Screening Approaches to Identifying Woman Abuse in Health Care Settings. Invited Keynote, 15 Annual Conference of the Ontario Network of Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Treatment Centres. Toronto, ON. Wathen, C. N. (February 2009). Responding to Woman Abuse: New Research to Inform Practice & Policy. FIMS Speaker Series, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Wathen, C. N. (February 2009). Linking evidence to practice in the area of violence against women. Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. Wathen, C.N. (January 2008). Women’s health care decision-making. OLA Superconference 2008. Toronto, Ontario. Wathen, C.N., MacMillan, H.L. (September 2006). Emerging evidence for identifying intimate partner violence in clinical settings. Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario. Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Wilson, M., MacMillan, H.L. (November 2005). Development and testing of a Risk Indicator Tool for woman abuse. CIHR Institute of Gender and Health; 4th Annual Research Award Recipient Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia. Wathen, C.N. (April 2005). Informing health: Women, information & health decision-making. Faculty of Information Studies Speaker Series, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario. Wathen, C.N. & Leckie, G.J. (April 2005). Educating information professionals to support evidencebased health care. Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment, Invitational HTA Symposium, Ottawa, Ontario.


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Wathen, C.N., Jack, S.M., Wilson, M., Catallo, C., Fear, J., MacMillan, H. L. (November 2004). A metaanalysis of risk indicators for intimate partner violence against women. CIHR- Institute of Gender and Health, Violence, Gender & Health Symposium, Toronto, Ontario. Wathen, C.N. (October 2004). How information helps abused women: A randomized controlled trial in health care settings. CIHR Institute of Gender and Health; 3rd Annual Research Award Recipient Symposia, Montreal, QC. Wathen, C.N. & MacMillan, H.L. (January 2004). Screening for domestic violence against women: applying the evidence to practice. Invited Workshop Session for the San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment; San Diego, CA. MacMillan, H.L. & Wathen, C.N. (January 2004). Child abuse screening. Invited Workshop Session for the San Diego Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment; San Diego, CA. Wathen, C.N. & Fear, J. (May 2003). The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care: Evidence Based Prevention for Health Care Providers. Invited presentation to the London & Area Health Libraries Association Continuing Education Forum; London, ON. Wathen, C.N. & MacMillan, H.L. (March 2002). Preventing and reducing violence against women: Systematic evidence review. Family Violence Prevention: A Health Issue. Invited roundtable meeting by the Family Violence Prevention Unit of Health Canada; Ottawa, ON. Feightner, J.W., Reeder, B.A. & Wathen, C.N. (October 2001). Dissemination of evidence-based prevention guidelines to Canadian public health professionals. Invited Workshop for the Conference of the Canadian Public Health Association, Saskatoon, Sask. Feightner, J.W. & Wathen, C.N. (October 2001). Linkage & exchange between the College, its members and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Invited Workshop for the Conference of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, Vancouver, BC. Technical Papers & Reports Ford-Gilboe, M., Wathen, N., Varcoe, C., MacMillan, H., Scott-Storey, K., Mantler, T., Hegarty, K., & Perrin, N. (2016). Development of a Short Version Composite Abuse Scale for National Surveys. Report to the Population Health Promotion and Innovation Division, Public Health Agency of Canada (Contract # 4500338445)(Available from Author). Wathen, C.N., MacGregor, J.C.D., MacQuarrie, B., Canadian Labour Congress. (2014). Can Work be Safe, When Home Isn’t? Initial Findings of a Pan-Canadian Survey on Domestic Violence and the Workplace. London, ON: Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children. English: http://canadianlabour.ca/issues-research/domestic-violence-work French: http://congresdutravail.ca/enjeux-et-recherche/violence-conjugale-au-travail Stewart, D.E., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (2013). Intimate partner violence [Position paper 201354]. Canadian Psychiatric Association. Ottawa, CPA. http://publications.cpaapc.org/media.php?mid=1524 Wathen, C.N. Health Impacts of Violent Victimization on Women and their Children: Research Report. Department of Justice, Canada, Ottawa, May, 2012. Wathen, C.N. A Proposed Knowledge Exchange Framework for the Family Violence Prevention Unit and the National Clearinghouse on Family Violence: Final Report. Healthy Communities Division, Public Health Agency of Canada. Ottawa, May, 2011.


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MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. et al. If, When and How to Ask the Question(s): Assessing Screening Approaches to Identifying Woman Abuse in Health Care Settings: An Integrated, Multidisciplinary Program of Research. Report for the Health System Planning and Research Division, Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care. 2008. Wathen, C.N., Watson, G. How to Summarize and Synthesize Research Reports for use in Policy Decision-Making: A Handbook. Report for the Ontario Women’s Health Council, Toronto, Canada. 2007. Catallo, C., Wathen, C.N., Jamieson, E., Freeman, C., MacMillan, H. and the McMaster University Domestic Violence Education Research Team. Professional Education for Responding to Violence Against Women: Review of Current Practices in Ontario’s Health Sector. Offord Centre for Child Studies: Hamilton ON. 2006. Wathen, C.N., Fear, J.M., Strohm, S. Chapter 10: Special groups: intimate partner violence. In DiazGranados, N., Stewart, D.E. (eds.) A Literature Review on Depression Among Women: Focusing on Ontario. Report for the Ontario Women’s Health Council, Toronto, Canada. 2006 Cheng, C., Wathen, C.N. Chapter 11: Special groups: history of child maltreatment. In Diaz-Granados, N., Stewart, D.E. (eds.) A Literature Review on Depression Among Women: Focussing on Ontario. Report for the Ontario Women’s Health Council, Toronto, Canada. 2006 Mitchell, S., O’Grady, L., Greenberg, J., Shaygan, F. and Wathen, C.N. Women’s Health Matters Resource Database Evaluation: Final Report. Women’s Health Partnerships: Women’s College Hospital. Toronto ON. 2006. Wathen, C.N. The “Pause” in Menopause? What Informs Women’s Decisions To Discontinue Hormone Replacement Therapy? Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, January 2004. Palda, V.A., Guise, J.M., Wathen, C.N., and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Interventions to Promote Breastfeeding: Updated Recommendations from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. CTFPHC Technical Report #03-6. October, 2003. London, ON: Canadian Task Force. [peer-reviewed] MacMillan, H.L., Patterson, C.J.S., Wathen, C.N., and the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Depression Screening: Updated Recommendations from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. CTFPHC Technical Report #03-5. October, 2003. London, ON: Canadian Task Force. [peerreviewed] Elford, R.W., MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. with the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care. Counseling For Risky Health Habits: A Conceptual Framework for Primary Care Practitioners. CTFPHC Technical Report #01-7. November, 2001. London, ON: Canadian Task Force. [peer-reviewed] MacMillan H.L., Wathen C.N. with the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care, (2001). Prevention and treatment of violence against women: Systematic review & recommendations. CTFPHC Technical Report #01-4. September, 2001. London, ON: Canadian Task Force. Available: http://www.ctfphc.org/Full_Text/CTF_DV_TR_final.pdf [peer-reviewed] Feightner, J.W., Marshall, J.N., Quintana, Y., Wathen, C.N. (1999). Electronic dissemination of Canadian clinical practice guidelines to health care professionals and the public. Ottawa: Health Canada. Available: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/healthcare/pubs/edccpg/pdf/edccpg.pdf Wathen, C.N., Feightner, J.W. with the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (1999). Effective dissemination and implementation of Canadian Task Force guidelines on preventive health


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care: Literature review and model development. Ottawa: Health Canada. Available: http://www.hcsc.gc.ca/hppb/healthcare/pubs/ctfguidelines/pdf/edctfg.pdf. Knowledge Mobilization Media/General Public Press conferences and media interviews for launch of DV@Work Survey (Dec 2013), SSHRC-funded Network (Sept 2014), and survey results report (Nov 2014). Various print, web and broadcast venues. Press conference and media interviews for Ontario Shelter Research Project, August 2012: CTV News (London); CBC Radio; London Free Press; Metro; London Community News. Media interviews for the IPV Screening Trial paper published in JAMA, August 2009: ANews (London); London Free Press; Rogers Cable News (London); Journal Watch Clinical Conversations podcast (with H. MacMillan): http://podcasts.jwatch.org/?p=573 Media interviews for December 6 Day of Remembrance on Violence Against Women (as part of CIHR Expert Alert), December 2007: Ottawa Sun; 98.3 FLY FM Kingston; CHNL Radio Kamloops; LondonTopic.ca. Practice-oriented Article and interview in October 2, 2007 issue of The Medical Post “Clear risk factors for abuse identified” (by Celia Milne) featuring results of the VAW risk indicator study published in Open Medicine. Media interviews for the IPV Risk Indicators paper published in Open Medicine for Hamilton radio stations CKOC and CHML (September 2007). Research featured on the McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences Site (http://fhs.mcmaster.ca/main/news/news_2007/partner_violence.html). McMaster University Violence Against Women Research Program Knowledge Translation Project (N. Wathen, PI, Funders – Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)). A series of activities to engage clinical, policy, research and public/advocacy stakeholders in becoming aware of and helping to shape how research results are communicated to these audiences. Major activities to date include: •

Key Stakeholder Workshops – 3 workshops held in Toronto, Ottawa and London in October 2006 with 80+ stakeholders from across Ontario.

Follow-up interviews with a stratified random sample of workshop attendees in January & February 2007.

Development and launch (March 2007) of the Violence Against Women (VAW) Online Community of Interest (www.VAWCommunity.ca) a wiki-based site to foster discussion regarding the VAW Research Program results, and related issues.

December 2008 policy working group to identify key messages with representatives of several Ontario Ministries with VAW portfolios.

January 2009 – Inter-ministerial Briefing (Ontario) and Family Violence Knowledge Exchange Forum with 100+ key stakeholders from across Canada.

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Journal of the American Medical Association “Author in the Room” – North American Broadcast discussion/call-in on the VAW Screening Trial published in JAMA in August 2006 (with Harriet MacMillan), September 20, 2006: http://www.ihi.org/ihi/files/AuthorInTheRoom/Audio/2006_9_20_Author_in_the_Room.wma Policy-oriented November 2015 – invited by Statistics Canada’s Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics to consult regarding redesign of the national Transition Home Survey. October 2015 – invited by the Director of the Policy Research and Analysis Branch in the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services to consult with him and his staff regarding evaluation indicators and metrics in the violence against women sector. June 2015 – invited to a one-day consultation co-hosted by the Canadian Nurses Association and the Public Health Agency of Canada on developing a national strategy to address harmful cultural practices. December 2013 – one of five violence researchers invited by the CIHR Institute for Gender & Health Scientific Director to consult with the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Public Health Agency of Canada. 2006-2007 - The Women’s Health Knowledge Capsules Project (N. Wathen, PI; Funder – Ontario Women’s Health Council (OWHC)). Development of a process to synthesize and summarize research and technical reports in a number of women’s health topics to brief, policy-relevant products (samples at: http://www.echo-ontario.ca./echo/en/other-topics-research-a-programsummaries.html). November 2007- one of six violence against women researchers invited to attend and participate in a Knowledge Exchange Forum organized by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. GRANTS & FUNDED RESEARCH Submitted Awarded - Current Wathen, C.N (nominated principal investigator), et al (20+ investigators and partners). The Impact of Domestic Violence on Workers and Workplaces. SSHRC Partnership Grant – Letter of Intent. 2016. ($20,000). MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N. (co-principal investigators). Development of Pan-Canadian Public Health Guidance on Family Violence. Public Health Agency of Canada: Investment to Support Victims of Violence and Protect Children. 2015-2018. ($4.47M). Afifi, T.O., MacMillan, H.L, Boyle, M., Katz, L., & Sareen, J. et al. Preventing child maltreatment: Changing a child’s trajectory, improving health, and strengthening families. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Foundation Scheme Grant. 2015-2020. ($883,854). (collaborator). MacQuarrie, B., Wathen, C.N. (co-principal investigators), et al. The Impact of Domestic Violence on Workers and Workplaces. SSHRC Partnership Development Grant. 2014-2016. ($198,646). Phaneuf, G., Wathen, C.N. Mapping and Promoting the Use of Family Violence Surveillance Data. Public Health Agency of Canada. 2014-16. ($60,000) (technical lead; sub-contractor).


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MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Tanaka, M. (co-principal investigators). Identifying and Refining Global Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Research Priorities. Wellspring Advisors (a charitable funding brokerage) 2014-2015. ($60,000). MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., Boyle, M., Coben J., Ford-Gilboe, M., et al. Evaluating an intervention to address intimate partner violence to assist children and women. Public Health Agency of Canada. 2014-2016. ($381,800) (co-principal investigator). Ford-Gilboe, M. Varcoe, C., Wuest, J. et al. Effectiveness of an Internet-Based Decision Aid in enhancing safety behaviors, reducing exposure to violence and improving mental health among women experiencing intimate partner violence. CIHR Operating Grant. 2012-2017. ($1,250,000) (coinvestigator). Browne, A., Ford-Gilboe, M. Varcoe, C., Wathen, C.N. (co-principal investigators), et al. Equityoriented primary health care interventions for marginalized populations: Addressing structural inequities and structural violence. CIHR Operating Grant: Programmatic Grants in Health and Health Equity. 2011 –2016 ($1,974,691). MacMillan, H.L., Stewart, D.E., Wathen, C.N., Coben J., Herrman, H. (co-principal investigators). Centre for research development in gender, mental health and violence across the lifespan. CIHR: Centres for Research Development in Gender, Mental Health and Addictions. 2009-2017. ($2,000,000). Raina, P., Ciliska, D., et al. McMaster Evidence Review and Synthesis Centre (MERSC). Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR): Knowledge Synthesis-Preventive HealthCare, Evidence Review. (co-investigator). 2010 – 2015. ($3,492,354). Awarded - Completed Wathen, C.N. Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan Evidence Briefs: 4 Policy-Relevant Research Summaries. Public Health Agency of Canada. 2014. ($34,925). (principal investigator) Wathen, C.N. Child and Youth Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence: A Review of Impacts and Interventions. Public Health Agency of Canada. 2013. ($9,350) (principal investigator). Hansen, M., Wathen, C.N., et al. Evaluation of the effectiveness of shelter services in Ontario. Ontario Trillium Foundation – Provincial Grants. (co-investigator). 2009-2011. ($248,000). Morrow, M., et al. Pathways to equity: Exploring resilience in the fields of gender, violence and mental health. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant: Programmatic Grants in Health and Health Equity (2010-07-02): Letter of Intent. ($15,000) Browne, A. et al. Equity-oriented primary health care interventions for marginalized populations: Addressing structural inequities and structural violence. CIHR Operating Grant: Programmatic Grants in Health and Health Equity (2010-07-02): Letter of Intent. ($15,000) MacMillan, H.L., Stewart, D.E., Wathen, C.N. (Co-PIs). Centre for research development in gender, mental health and violence across the lifespan – Letter of Intent. CIHR: Centres for Research Development in Gender, Mental Health and Addictions. Proposal Development Grant. ($10,000).


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Wekerle, C., et al. CIHR Team in Applied Injury Research – Letter of Intent. CIHR Strategic Teams in Applied Injury Research (STAIR) Program. Proposal Development Grant. (co-investigator) ($10,000) Wathen, C.N., Jack, S.M., MacMillan, H.L. Evaluating the impact of research evidence on decisionmaking in the area of violence against women. SSHRC Presidential Fund Initiative: Capturing the Outcomes and Impacts of Publicly Funded Research. 2008-2009. ($24,542). H. MacMillan, N. Wathen, M. Ford-Gilboe, C. Wekerle (Co-PIs). New knowledge about violence across the lifespan: sharing the findings of three NET Programs. CIHR: Meetings, Planning and Dissemination Grant: End of Grant Knowledge Translation Supplement. 2008-2009. ($23,500). Harris, R., Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. Health(y) citizenship: negotiating health information & technology in a consumerist age. SSHRC: Aid to Research Workshops and Conferences in Canada. 2008-2009. ($24,913). Shoemaker, K., Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N., Petrella, R., Salmoni, A., Willson, A., Prapavessis, H. The Western Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of Healthy Living Across the Lifespan: Enabling lifestyle management in family practice. University of Western Ontario Interdisciplinary Development Initiative. 2008-2011. ($259,000). Kothari, A., Wathen, C.N., Shoemaker, K., Petrella, R. Ebb and Flow: Understanding interactions in primary health care teams using social network analysis. Faculty of Health Sciences Interdisciplinary Research Award, The University of Western Ontario. 2008-2009. ($6,000). Wathen, C.N., Witteman, H. et al. How online storytelling shapes women’s decisions about birth attendants and birth place. CIHR Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Sub-grant, 2007-08. ($4,000). Hockema, S. et al. Sense-making and credibility of health information on the social web: A multimethod study accessing tagging and tag clouds. SSHRC Image, Text, Sound & Technology (ITST) Strategic Research Grant. ($39,100). 2008-9. (co-investigator). MacMillan, H.L. et al. Development and Evaluation of an Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence in the Context of Nurse Home Visits. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Injury Prevention Center Grant, University of West Virginia Medical School. 2007-2012. ($1,167,107.00) (coinvestigator). Luke, R. et al. Advanced Patient Education for Cancer Survivorship (APECS): Using the Internet to Build and Maintain a Community of Survivors. SSHRC Standard Research Grant. 2007-2011. ($142,900). (co-investigator). Ford-Gilboe, M. et al. The Effects of Personal, Social and Economic Resources on Physical and Mental Health of Women in the Early Years after Leaving an Abusive Partner: Waves 3, 4 and 5. CIHR Operating Grant. 2007-2012. ($1,169,492) (co-investigator). O'Grady, L., Jadad, A. (Co-PIs) et al. The impact of Web 2.0 on credibility indicators in health care. CIHR Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Sub-grant, 2007-08. ($8,000) (co-investigator). Wathen, C.N., Jack, S.M., Treviranus, J. The Women’s Health Knowledge Capsules Project. Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care – Ontario Women’s Health Council. July 2006 – June 2007 ($104,610) (principal investigator). Wathen, C.N., Jack, S.M., Lewis, N., Cooper, E., MacMillan, H.L. Evidence-Informed Decision-Making in Women's Health: Translating Research Knowledge about Violence Against Women for Policy and Practice. Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Strategic Initiative - Knowledge into Action, Phase 1. February 2006-March 2007 ($66,731) (principal investigator).


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Diaz-Granados, N., Stewart, D. Wathen, C.N., Grace, S., Ross, L., Whitney, D, Munce, S. Women Most at Risk of Depression and their Access to Care: A Systematic Evidence Review. Ontario Women’s Health Council. September 2005-December 2005 ($60,000) (co-investigator). MacMillan, H.L., Wathen, C.N., (co-leads) Freeman, C. et al. Professional Education for Responding to Violence Against Women: Review of Current Practices in Ontario’s Health Sector. Ontario Women’s Directorate. April 2005 – March 2006 ($125,000) (co-principal investigator) Leckie, G. & Wathen, C.N. (Co-PIs) Training Information Professionals to Support Health Technology Assessment, Evidence-Based Decision-Making and Knowledge Transfer. Canadian Coordinating Office on Health Technology Assessment, April 2004 – March 2005 ($52,437) (co-principal investigator). Balka, E. et al. The Role of Technology in the Production, Consumption and Use of Health Information: Implications for Policy and Practice. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada - Initiatives in the New Economy. October 2003-September 2007 ($3,000,000) (collaborator). MacMillan, H.L. et al. If, When and How to Ask the Question(s): Assessing Screening Approaches to Identifying Woman Abuse in Health Care Settings: An Integrated, Multidisciplinary Program of Research. Ontario Women’s Health Council. April 2003 – December 2007 ($3,000,000) (coinvestigator). Wathen, C.N. The “Pause” in Menopause? What Informs Women’s Decisions to Discontinue Hormone Replacement Therapy? Wyeth Canada Inc., January 2003 – June 2004 ($15,400). (principal investigator). MacMillan, H.L. et al. Health Impacts of Violence Across the Lifespan: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Canadian Institutes of Health Research-Institute for Gender and Health New Emerging Team. April 2002-March 2007 ($1,250,000) (new investigator). Feightner, J.W. & Wathen, C.N. Building Relationships with Health Decision-Makers: Linking Evidence to Policy. Ontario Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care. March 2001-July 2002 ($50,000). (coinvestigator).

TEACHING Graduate Courses Social Contexts of Health Information: A Critical Review of Theory and Research (FIMS9855). Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (Winter 2014, 2015). Interdisciplinary Issues in Health Information Science (HIS9241) Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015). Evidence-Based Health Care for Information Professionals (MLIS9322/HIS9242); Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (Fall 2004; Winter 2008-10; 201213). Research Methods & Statistics (MLIS 504/9004); Faculty of Information and Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (Fall 2003, Fall 2008, Fall 2010, Winter 2013). Evidence-based Health Care for Information Professionals (FIS2306); Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto (Fall 2006).


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Information Practices in Health Care (FIS2135H); Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto (Winter 2007). Guest Lectures, Seminars & Workshops to Students The epidemiology of family violence. Graduate Program in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, The University of Western Ontario. (October 2015). Systematic searching for evidence. Evidence-Informed Health Care International Workshop, School of Nursing, McMaster University (June 2007; June 2008). Systematic reviews: Synthesizing evidence to inform health decision-making. Health Professional Education Seminar Series, Graduate Program in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Western Ontario. (November 2007). Informing health: Women, information & health decision-making. Health Care Technologies, People, & Places Course, Health Care, Technology and Place Program, University of Toronto (February 2007). Various guest lectures in Master’s and Doctoral courses at The University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. Transfer & uptake of evidence-based preventive guidelines. 1-day workshop to University of Western Ontario medical students. (June 2001). Disseminating evidence-based preventive guidelines. Seminars to University of Western Ontario Faculty of Information and Media Studies graduate students. (December 2000, July 2001, December 2001, June 2003). SUPERVISION Post-doctoral – Supervisor Jennifer Boyko, 2014-present; Faculty of Information & Media Studies and Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Western Ontario (co-supervised with A. Kothari). Jennifer MacGregor, 2011 –2015. Faculty of Health Sciences and Faculty of Information & Media Studies, University of Western Ontario (funded by Ontario Council of Graduate Studies – Women’s Health Scholar Award and PreVAiL Research Network; co-supervised with A. Kothari to 2013). Shannon Sibbald, 2009-2012; Faculty of Health Sciences and Faculty of Information & Media Studies, University of Western Ontario (funded by CHSRF; co-supervised with A. Kothari). Laura O’Grady, 2006 – 2009; Faculty of Information Studies & Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University of Toronto (funded by CIHR; co-supervised with A. Jadad). Doctoral – Supervisor Eugenia Canas, 2013- Health equity and social determinants of mental health through the eyes of youth stakeholders: Evaluating critical youth-engagement strategies to inform policy development at the Public Health Agency of Canada. HIS Program, FIMS, UWO [joint supervisor with H. Berman] Jill Veenendaal, 2013 – Domestic violence survivors and Equity-oriented service provision. HIS Program, FIMS, UWO. [chief supervisor] Selinda Berg, 2008-present, The “Evolution” of Evidence for Clinical Practice LIS Programme, FIMS, UWO [joint supervisor with R. Harris].


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Sherry Coulson, 2013 – 2014 (WDN). Agency and empowerment in online health information about dementia: A critical discourse analysis. HIS Program, FIMS, UWO. [joint supervisor with P. McKenzie] Karen L. Smith, 2006 – 2008; Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto (co-supervised with Prof. Andrew Clement; retired from committee) Doctoral – Committee Member Laura Cayen, 2013-, Dept of Women’s Studies and Feminist Research, UWO. Assuming Feminism: Postfeminist and Gendered, Neo-Liberal Health Discourses in Online Sexual Health Information. (Member, Thesis Committee, Chief supervisor: S. Knabe). Isioma Elueze, 2014-, LIS Programme, FIMS, UWO. Investigating the Knowledge Translation Practices of Researchers in the National Agriculture Research Institutes in Nigeria. (Member, Comprehensive Examination Committee, 2014; Member Thesis Committee, Chief supervisor: I. Ajiferuke). Shawna Bourne-Shields, 2011 - , Health & Rehabilitation Science, Faculty of Health Science, UWO: Understanding and explaining the KT practices of Environmental Health Officers in Canada: A mixed methods study. (Member, Thesis Committee, Chief supervisor: A. Kothari). Keith Willoughby, LIS Programme, FIMS, UWO. (Member, Comprehensive Examination Committee, Fall 2013). Peggy Nzomo, 2012. LIS Programme, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, UWO. Member, Comprehensive Examination Committee (Summer 2012). Camille Burnett, completed 2012; School of Nursing, UWO. The impact of advocacy services on the agency and health of women who have experienced violence. (Member, Thesis Committee, Chief supervisor: M. Ford-Gilboe) Jill McTavish, 2008-2011; Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (Member, Comprehensive Examination Committee; supervisor for guided research course). Jennifer Abrahamson, 2009-2010; Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (faculty GRA supervisor). Ahmad Kamal, 2009-2010; Faculty of Information & Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario (faculty advisor). Jackie Bender, 2007- 2009; Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto (former Mentor, Health Care Technology & Place Program, University of Toronto). Holly Witteman, 2006-2009; Department of Industrial & Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto in progress (former Mentor, Health Care Technology & Place Program, University of Toronto). Sambhavi Chandrashekar, 2007- 2008; Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto (Member, Determination of Research Readiness/Comprehensive Examination Committee). Karen Knautz, 2007- 2008; Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto (former Mentor, Health Care Technology & Place Program). Sarah Whyte, 2006- 2008; Department of English, University of Waterloo, in progress (former Mentor, Health Care Technology & Place Program, University of Toronto).


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Masters - Theses Mary Secco, 2015-17. Masters in Health Information Science Thesis (Title TBD). Co-supervisor with Prof A. Kothari. Moutasem Zakkar, 2015-16. Masters in Health Information Science Thesis: Using Information Visualization to Represent the Social Determinants of Health. Committee member (supervisor: Prof K. Sedig). Ufuoma Eghele, 2013-15, Masters in Health Information Science Major project (Title TBD). Committee member (supervisor: Prof D. Fitzsimmons). Christine Garinger, 2013-14, Masters in Health Information Science Thesis The Clinic Narrative: A Multiple Case Study of Integrated Knowledge Translation and Equity-Oriented Primary Health Care. Chief supervisor (completed). Andrea Campbell, 2012-13. Masters in Health Information Science Thesis: Exploring Accuracy in Press Releases and Journalism Stories Reporting on Neuroscience Research Findings: A Comparative Case Study. Chief supervisor (co-supervisor, M. Levine) (completed). Masters – Major Projects & Guided/Independent Studies (supervisor) Suhair al Shanteer, 2012-13. Masters in Health Information Science Major Research Project: Exploring Knowledge Practice Gaps in Neonatal Resuscitation. Chief supervisor (completed). Yoojin Kwon, 2014. FIMS-MLIS9411 guided research project: A Comparison of Different DeDuplication Methods for the Purposes of a Systematic Review. (completed). Erica Lenton, 2012. FIMS-MLIS9410 independent study: The Electronic Medical Record’s Impact on Clinical Terminologies (completed) Susan Wright, 2011. Independent Study Course (FIMS-MLIS9410): The Role of Different Types of Information in Public Health Policy-Making. Project supervisor. (completed). Heather Long, 2009. Guided Research project (FIMS-MLIS9411): Consumer Level CAM Information Sources for Pet Health. Project supervisor. Jenna Dixon, 2009. Master’s Thesis. UWO Sociology: Health care policy: Context to the creation of health care teams. Committee member. (Supervisor: Prof. Tracey Adams) Sandra McKeown, 2008. Guided Research project (FIMS-MLIS598): Evaluation of Online Government Information for Women Exposed to Domestic Violence. Project supervisor. Diana Bang, 2008. Guided Research project (FIMS-MLIS598): The Contribution of Information Seeking Theories to the Field of Knowledge Translation. Project supervisor. Marilyn Carr-Harris, 2007. Reading course (FIS2010) project: The role of the information professional in the development of Aboriginal health information systems. Project supervisor. Thesis Examinations University Examiner, Master’s Thesis Examination, Rachel Colquhoun, UWO School of Nursing, Women's Experiences of the Intervention for Health Enhancement After Leaving (iHEAL). Jan 2013. Chair, Master’s Thesis Examination, Lee McGuigan, UWO Faculty of Information & Media Studies (Media Studies). Commodity audience, commodity everything: Interrogating t-commerce in the United States cable industry. September 2011.


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University Examiner, Master’s Thesis Examination, Allison Cook, UWO Faculty of Education, Deliberate self-harm and communication in maltreated youth. February 2009 EDITORIAL & REVIEWING Program Review University of Toronto, Master of Science in Biomedical Communication, External Reviewer (2015). Grant Review Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Foundation Stage 1, Review Panel Member (2014). CIHR HS1 Health Services Research & Interventions. Review Panel Member (2013 - 2014) (2 competitions) CIHR MAL Maternal Health - From Pre-conception to the Empty Nest. Scientific Officer (2010 - 13) OCGS-Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Awards Selection Committee (2008) Israel Science Foundation (2005) Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario, June 2010 Promotion & Tenure Review 3-year pre-tenure review, School of Library and Information Studies {US University}. 2014. Reviewer, Promotion & Tenure {Canadian University}. 2011. Editorships Associate Editor, BMC Health Services Research, 2009 – 2014 Manuscript, Report & Book Review American Journal of Managed Care BMC Public Health Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science Clinical Evidence Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health Journal of the American Medical Association (multiple reviews) Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology Library and Information Science Research McMaster University Evidence-Based Practice Centre New England Journal of Medicine United States Preventive Services Task Force Women’s Health Issues World Health Organization Expert Panels Violence Against Women Learning Network Resource Group, Ontario, April 2012Echo: Improving Women’s Health in Ontario, Research Expert Panel, June 2009 - 2013


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Guideline Review Panels World Health Organization (WHO). Development of guidelines on the health sector response to violence against women. External reviewer. 2011-2012 Cancer Care Ontario Expert Panel on Cancer Screening Uptake, Sept 2008 – May 2009. Conference Program Committee Member Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS), 2009-2013 and Conference Co-Chair in 2009. Enhancing Women’s Health Research Conference, Ottawa, Ontario (Nov 2005-Apr 2006). SERVICE Extra-University Member, Board of Directors (Governing), London InterCommunity Health Centre, 2014- (Vice-Chair 2015-) Member, Advisory Board, Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children, London, Ontario, May 2012University Member, Decanal Selection Committee, UWO, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, 2014-5. University Senate (UWO); Representative, School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and Member, Operations and Agenda Committee, 2013-2015. Program Development Working Committee, Joint Graduate Program in Health Information Science, UWO, Feb 2008 – 2011. Health Research Council, UWO, Jan 2008 – 2012 (a); July – Dec 2007. Faculty Search Committee, Joint Health Informatics Program, Univ of Toronto, 2007. Steering Committee, Joint Health Informatics Program, Univ of Toronto, 2005-7. Program Executive Committee, Collaborative Program in Women’s Health, Univ of Toronto, 2005-7. Faculty Decanal Selection Committee, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, UWO, 2011. Committee on Space, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, UWO, 2008- 2015. Committee on Standing, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, 2006 –2007. Inforum Committee, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, 2006 - 2007. PhD Program Committee, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, 2006 - 2007. Faculty Search Committee, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, 2005 –2006. Research & Ethics Committee, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, UWO, 2001-2003.


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Program Coordinator, Health Information Science Graduate Program (MHIS & PhD), Faculty of Information and Media Studies & Faculty of Health Sciences, UWO, 2011-2015. Health Information Science Program Committee, and Admissions Committee FIMS, UWO, 2012-present (Chair). Doctoral Program Committee, FIMS-LIS, UWO, Sept 2010-12 (Secretary) ALA Accreditation Steering Committee, MLIS Program, FIMS, UWO, 2010-11. MLIS Program Committee, FIMS, UWO, 2007-10 (Secretary for 2007-2008) MLIS Program - ALA Accreditation Working Group on Standard 1: Mission, Goals and Objectives, FIMS, UWO, 2010-11) (Chair). MEMBERSHIPS Research & Teaching Affiliations 2005-15 2006-8 2006-8 2006-8 2005-7 2005-7

Mentor, Health Care Technology & Place Program, University of Toronto Mentor, Collaborative Graduate Program in Women’s Health, University of Toronto Member, Knowledge Media Design Institute, University of Toronto Member, UHN-Women’s Health Program, University Health Network & University of Toronto Member, Coalition for Research in Women’s Health, Women’s College Hospital Member, Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University Health Network & University of Toronto

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