Brigdan M, Hill MD, Jagdev A, Kamal N. Novel interactive data visualization: Exploration of the ESCAPE trial data. Stroke. 2018;49:193-196. DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.117.018814 (Impact Factor=6.02)
Goyal M, Wilson AT, Mayank D, Kamal N, Robinson DH, Turkel-Parrella D, Hirsch JA. John Nash and the organization of stroke care. American Journal of Neuroradiology. 2018: xx:00-00 (online ahead of print). DOI: 10.3174/ajnr.A5481 (Impact Factor=2.5)
Kamal N, Smith EE, Jeerakathil T, Hill MD. Thrombolysis: Improving door-to-needle times for ischemic stroke treatment, a narrative review. International Journal of Stroke. Nov 15 2017 published online ahead of print. DOI: 10.1177/1747493017743060 (Impact Factor=3.83)
Van Gaal S, Kamal N, Betzner MJ, Vilneff RL, Mann B, Lang ES, Demchuk AM, Buck B, Jeerakathil T, Hill MD. Approaches to the field recognition of potential thrombectomy candidates. International Journal of Stroke. 2017; 12:698-707. DOI: 10.1177/1747493017724585 (In Press) (Impact Factor=3.83)
Goyal M, Wilson AT, Kamal N, McTaggart RA, Jayaraman MV, Fisher M, Hill MD. Amartya Sen and the organization of endovascular stroke treatment. Stroke. 48:00-00 Available online ahead of print DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.117.017136 (Impact Factor=6.02)
Kamal N, Sheng S, Xian Y, Matsoualka R, Hill MD, Bhatt D, Saver J, Reeves M, Fonarow GC, Schwamm LH, and Smith EE. Delays in door-to-needle times and their impact on treatment time and outcomes in Get With the Guidelines Stroke. Stroke. 2017;STROKEAHA.116.015712 (Online ahead of print) doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015712
Holodinsky JK, Kamal N, Wilson AT, Hill MD, and Goyal M. Workflow in acute stroke: what is the 90th percentile? Stroke. 2017;48:808-812. Doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015951 (Impact Factor=6.02)
Holodinsky JK, Menon BK, Kamal N, Goyal M. Decreasing door-to-reperfusion times: steps taken at Foothills Medical Centre to improve stroke care. Endovascular Today. (In Press, Accepted on Dec 13, 2016)
Milne M, Holodinsky J, Hill MD, Nygren A, Qiu C, Goyal M, and Kamal N. Drip ‘n ship vs. mothership for endovascular treatment: modeling the bet transportation options for optimal outcomes. Stroke. 2017:48:791-794. doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.116.015321. (Impact Factor=6.02)
Kamal N, Smith EE, Menon B, Eesa M, Ryckborst K, Poppe A, Roy D, Thornton J, Williams D, Casaubon L, Butcher K, Shuaib A, Rempel J, Jovin T, Sapkota B, Demchuk A, Goyal M, and Hill MD. Improving reperfusion time and patient selection within the ESCAPE endovascular clinical trial. European Stroke Journal. Published online before print November 30, 2016, doi: 10.1177/2396987316681176
Kamal N, Holodinsky JK, Stephenson C, Kashyap D, Demchuk A, Hill MD, Vilneff R, Bugbee E, Zerna C, Newcommon N, Lang E, Knox D, and Smith EE. Improving door to needle times for acute ischemic stroke: effect of rapid patient registration and giving alteplase in CT. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. (In Press) (Impact Factor=4.90)
Holodinsky JK, Williamson TS, Kamal N, Mayank D, Hill MD, and Goyal M. Drip ‘N Ship Vs. Direct to Comprehensive Stroke Centre: Conditional Probablity Modeling. Stroke. 2017;48:233-238. (Impact Factor=6.02)
Yu YXA, Lindsay MP, Kamal N, Fang J, Coutts SB, Hill MD. Shifting trend of transient ischemic attack admission and prognosis in Canada. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. Published online: 6 October 2016 (Impact Factor=1.33)
Zerna C, Kamal N, Lindsay MP, Fang J, Hill MD. The impact of transferring stroke patients: an analysis of national administrative data. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. Published online: 13 September 2016. (Impact Factor=1.33)
Menon BK, Sajobi TT, Zhang Y, Rempel JL, Shuaib A, Thornton J, Williams D, Roy D, Poppe AY, Jovin TG, Sapkota B, Baxter BW, Krings T, Silver FL, Frei DF, Fanale C, Tampieri D, Teitelbaum J, Lum C, Dowlatshahi D, Eesa M, Lowerison MW, Kamal NR, Demchuk AM, Hill MD, Goyal M. Analysis of Workflow and Time to Treatment on Thrombectomy Outcome in the ESCAPE Randomized Controlled Trial. Circulation. 2016 Apr 13:CIRCULATIONAHA-115. (Impact Factor=14.43)
Southerland AM, Johnston KC, Molina CA, Selim MH, Kamal N, and Goyal M. Suspected large vessel occlusion: Should EMS transport to the nearest PSC or bypass to a CSC with endovascular capabilities? Stroke. 2016; published online before print February 19 2016, 10.1161/STROKEAHA.115.011149 (Impact Factor=6.02)
Klourfeld E, Zerna C, Al-Ajlan FS, Kamal N, Randhawa P, Amy YY, Dowlatshahi D, Thornton J, Williams D, Holmstedt C, Kelly M. The future of endovascular treatment: Insights from the ESCAPE investigators. International Journal of Stroke. 2016; 11(2):156-63. Doi: 10.1177/1747493015622962 (Impact factor=3.83)
Choi PMC, Desai JA, Kashyap D, Stephenson C, Kamal N, Vogt S, Bohm V, Suddes M, Bugbee E, Hill MD, Demchuk AM, and Smith EE. Are all stroke patients eligible for fast alteplase treatment? An analysis of unavoidable delays. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2016; xx:xxx-xxx. Doi: 10.1111/acem.12914
Kamal N, Hill MD, Blacquiere DPV, Boulanger J-M, Boyle K, Buck B, Butcher K, Camden M-C, Casaubon LK, Cote R, Demchuk AM, Dowlatshashi D, DuBuc V, Field TS, Ghrooda E, Gioia L, Gladstone DJ, Goyal M, Gubitz GJ, Harris D, Hart RG, Hunter G, Jeerakathil T, Jin A, Khan K, Lang E, Lanthier S, Lindsay P, Mackey A, Mandzia J, Mehdiratta M, Minuk J, Oczkowski W, Odier C, Penn A, Perry J, Pettersen JA, Philips SJ, Poppe AY, Saposnik G, Selchen D, Shamy M, Sharma M, Shoamanesh A, Shuaib A, Silver F, Stotts G, Swartz R, Tamayo A, Teitelbaum J, Verreault S, Wein T, Yip S, and Coutts SB. Rapid assessment and treatment of transient ischemic Attacks and minor strokes in Canadian emergency departments. Stroke. 2015; 46:2987-2990. Doi: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.115.010454
Loorak M, Perin C, Kamal N, Hill MD, and Carpendale S. TimeSpan: Using visualization to explore temporal multi-dimensional data of stroke patients. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 2015; 22:409-418 doi: 10.1109/TVCG.2015.2467325
Kamal N, Smith EE, Stephenson C, Choi PMC, Goyal M, and Hill MD. Visualizing acute stroke data to improve clinical outcomes. Stroke. 2015;46:e170-e172 Doi:
Kamal N, Lindsay MP, Cote R, Fang J, Kapral MK, and Hill MD. Ten-year trends in stroke admissions and outcomes in Canada. The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. 2015;42(03):168-175.
Goyal M, Demchuk AM, Menon BK, Eesa M, Rempel JL, Thornton J, Roy D, Jovin TG, Willinsky RA, Sapkota BL, Dowlatshahi D, Frei DF, Kamal NR, Montanera WJ, Poppe AY, Ryckborst KJ, Silver FL, Shuaib A, Tampieri D, Williams D, Bang OY, Baxter BW, Burns PA, Choe H, Heo J-H, Holmstedt CA, Jankowitz B, Kelly M, Linares G, Mandzia JL, Shankar J, Sohn S-I, Swartz RH, Barber PA, Coutts SB, Smith EE, Morrish WF, Weill A, Subramaniam S, Mitha AP, Wong JH, Lowerison MW, Sajobi TT, and Hill MD for the ESCAPE Trial Investigators. Randomized Assessment of Rapid Endovascular Treatment of Ischemic Stroke. NEJM 2015. February 11, 2015. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1414905
Demchuk AM, Goyal M, Menon BK, Eesa M, Ryckborst KJ, Kamal N, Patil S, Mishra S, Almekhlafi M, Randhawa PA, Roy D,Willinsky R, Montanera W, Silver FL, Shuaib A, Rempel J, Jovin T, Frei D, Sapkota B, Thornton MJ, Poppe A, Tampieri D, Lum C, Weill A, Sajobi TT, Hill MD for the ESCAPE Investigators. Endovascular treatment for Small Core and Anterior circulation Proximal occlusion with Emphasis on minimizing CT to recanalization times (ESCAPE) Trial: Methodology. Int J Stroke 2014.
N. Kamal, O. Benaventea, K. Boyle... M. D. Hill . (2014). Good is not Good Enough: The Benchmark Stroke Door-to-Needle Time Should be 30 Minutes. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. 41:694-696. Doi: 10.1017/cjn.2014.41
N. Kamal, S. Fels, and M. Fergusson. (2014). Online social networks for health behaviour change: Designing to Increase Socialization. Computers in Human Behavior. Doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2014.03.068
N. Kamal, S. Wiebe, J. Engbers & M. D. Hill. (2014). Big data and visual analytics in health and medicine: from pipe dream to reality. Journal of Health & Medical Informatics. 5:e125 doi:10.4172/2157-7420.1000e125
N. Kamal, D. K. Barnard, J. M. Christenson, G. Innes, E. Grafstein, & J. J. Marsden. (2014). Addressing emergency department overcrowding through a systems approach using Big Data research. Journal of Health & Medical Informatics. 5:148. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7420.1000148
K. Ho, J. Marsden, S. Jarvis-Selinger, H. Novak Lauscher, N. Kamal, R. Stenstrom, D. Sweet, R. Goldman & G. Innes (2012). A Collaborative Quality Improvement Model and Electronic Community of Practice to Support Sepsis Management in Emergency Departments: Investigating Care Harmonization for Provincial Knowledge Translation. JMIR Research Protocols, 1(2):e6. doi: 10.2196/resprot.1597
N. Kamal, A. Al Hajri, & S. Fels (2011). DreamThrower: An Audio/Visual Display for Influencing Dreams. Entertainment Computing. December 2012, 3(4): 121-128. doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2011.11.002.
N.R. Kamal, C.P.J. Bennington. (2000). An On-Line, In-Situ, Mixing Assessment Technique for Pulp Fibre Suspensions. Journal of Pulp and Paper Science, 26(6):214-220 (M.A.Sc. Work).
Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings
N. Kamal, S. Fels, J. McGrenere, K. Nance. (2013). Helping me helping you: designing to influence health behaviour through social connections. In P. Kolze, G. Marsden, G. Lindgaard, J. Wesson, and M. Winckler (Eds.), Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT 2013, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8119. Pages 708-725. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg 2012. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40477-1_49 (Acceptance rate 128 Full Papers / 413 submitted, 31%)
N. Kamal, S. Fels, M. Fergusson, J. Preece, D. Cosley, S. Munson. (2013). Designing Social Media for Change. Extended Abstracts at CHI 2013, Paris, France.Pages 3183-3186. Doi: 10.1145/2468356.2479642 (Workshop Organizer, Accepted, 40% acceptance rate)
N. Kamal, S. Fels. (2013). A user-centred methodology for designing an online social network to motivate health behaviour change. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, Volume 183: Enabling Health and Healthcare Through ICT. 286-290. IOS Press. DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-203-5-286
N. Kamal, S. Fels. (2012). Determining the Determinants of Health Behaviour Change Through Online Social Networks. In M. Bang, E.L. Ragnemalm (Eds), Persuasive 2012, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7284. 1-12. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-31037-9_1
N. Kamal, S. Fels, M. Blackstock, K. Ho. (2011). VivoSpace: Towards Behavior Change Using Social Gaming. In J. C. Anacleto, S. Fels, N. Graham, B. Kapralos, M. S. El Nasr, and K. Stanley (Eds.), Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2011, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 6972. Pages 319-330. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-24500-8_35 (31% acceptance rate)
N. Kamal, L. Tsou, A. Al Hajri, and S. Fels. (2010). DreamThrower: Creating, throwing and catching dreams for collaborative dream sharing. In H. Yang, R. Malaka, J. Hoshino, and J. Han (Eds.), Entertainment Computing - ICEC 2010. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Volume 6243. Pages 20-31. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-15399-0_3
S. Bedi, J. Diaz Ruvalcaba, Z. Foley-Fisher, N. Kamal, & V. Tsao. (2010). Healthy Shelf: interactive nutritional labels. Extended Abstracts at CHI 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 4405-4410. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1753846.1754161 (Extended Abstract) (Acceptance rate 37.5%)
N. Kamal, S. Fels, M. Blackstock, K. Ho. (2013). The ABC's of Designing Social Networks for Health Behaviour Change: The VivoSpace Social Network. In E. Kranakis (ed.), Advances in Network Analysis and its Applications. Volume 18, 232-248. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg.
N. Kamal, T. Thain, K. Ho. (2012). CliniPEARLS: a Technical Framework for Disseminating Clinical Practice Guidelines from Various Providers on PDA and Smart Phone Devices. In K. Ho et al. (eds.). Technology Enabled Knowledge Translation for Ehealth, Health Delivery in the Information Age, 2012, Part 4, 289-307, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-3495-5_17.
J. Marsden, N. Kamal, H. Novak Lauscher, S. Jarvis-Selinger, A. Needs, D. Sweet, C. Cressman. (2012). Evidence 2 Excellence: An Emergency Medicine Quality Improvement Model Utilizing Technology-Enabled Interprofessional Collaboration in British Columbia. In In K. Ho et al. (eds.). Technology Enabled Knowledge Translation for Ehealth, Health Delivery in the Information Age, 2012, Part 2, 91-116, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4614-3495-5_7.Thesis
N. Kamal. (2013). Designing online social networks to motivate health behaviour change. Ph.D. Thesis. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. October 2013.
N. Kamal (1997). Development on an on-line technique to assess mixing quality in pulp suspensions. M.A.Sc. Thesis. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. February 1997.Workshops
N. Kamal, S. Carpendale, M. Hosseinkhani, and M. D. Hill. (2014). Improving the Quality of Acute Stroke Care through Interactive Visualization of Registry Data. IEEE VIS 2014 Workshop Visualizing Electronic Health Record Data. http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/parisehrvis/papers/acute_stroke_care.pdf
N. Kamal, and S. Fels. (2013). Increasing sociability of online social networks for personal health informatics. ACM CHI 2013 Workshop Designing Social Media for Change. http://socialmedia4change.org/kamal/
N. Kamal, S. Fels, K. Ho, L. Cheng and M. Blackstock. (2012). Patient-clinician partnership through a personal online health social network system. In Bridging Clinical and Non-clinical Health Practices: Opportunities and Challenges at CHI 2012. http://www.ics.uci.edu/~yunanc/chi2012health/Participants.html
N. Kamal, S. Fels, M. Blackstock. (2011). Personal health informatics: What is the role for online social networks? In Personal Informatics and HCI: Design, Theory, and Social Implications Workshop at CHI 2011. http://personalinformatics.org/chi2011/kamal
N. Kamal, S. Fels. (2010). Online social networks for personal informatics to promote positive health behavior. In The Second ACM SIGMM Workshop on Social Media (WSM2010). Oct 25-29, 2010. Firenze, Italy. 47-52. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1878151.1878167 (Acceptance rate 58.8%)
Published Medical Abstracts
Milne SW, Hill MD, Nygren A, Qiu C, Kamal N*. Drip ‘n ship vs. mothership treatment: modeling the best transportation options for optimal outcomes in California and Alberta. Stroke. 2017; 48:Suppl 1 A85. International Stroke Conference 2017, Houston, TX. (Oral Presentation)
Kamal N*, Sheng S, Hill MD, Xian Y, Schwamm LH, Bhatt DL, Fonarow GC, Matsouaka R, Saver JL, Reeves MJ, Smith EE. Abstract WMP86:Reasons for slower door-to-needle times and their impact on timing of treatment and outcomes: findings from Get With the Guidelines – Stroke. Stroke. 2017;48: Suppl 1 AWMP86. (Moderated Poster Presentation)
Kamal N*, Jeerakathil T, Siddiqui M, Smith EE, Amlani S, Reynolds D, Shand E, Bestard J, Hartley C, Reedyk K, Peacock D, Rimmer K, Benard M, Norton D, Nichol C, Peveril R, King PM, Garnier S, Mann B, Valaire S, Demchuk AM, Hill MD. QuICR: Improving door-to-needle times to a median of 30 minutes throughout Alberta, interim results. Int J Stroke 2016; 11(no. 2 Supl 4-88). Canadian Stroke Congress 2016, Quebec City, QC. (Oral Presentation)
Rimmer K, Gough S, Garnier S, Mydeen F, Weir L, Falls L, Baker K, Holton S, Keppy T, Koshurba E, Pryor R, Schmidt K, O’Nail S, Laughy T, Woudstra D, Kamal N, Hill MD, Benard M. Door-to-needle times of less than 30 minutes in a rural site: it is possible. Int J Stroke 2016; 11(no. 2 Supl 4-88). Canadian Stroke Congress 2016, Quebec City, QC. (Oral Presentation)
Kamal N*, Jeerakathil T, Smith EE, Mann B, Valaire S, Tsang S, Hill MD. QuICR: Data visualization of door-to-needle times across Alberta to improve performance. Int J Stroke 2016; 11(no. 2 Supl 4-88). Canadian Stroke Congress 2016, Quebec City, QC. (Poster Presentation)
Holodinsky JK*, Williamson TS, Kamal N, Hill MD, Goyal M. Drip and ship vs. direct to comprehensive stroke centre: conditional probability modeling. Int J Stroke. Canadian Stroke Congress 2016, Quebec City, QC. (Poster Presentation)
Sharman D, Murphy B, Ryan L, Marlett N, Shklarov S, Hill MD, Kamal N*. Improving acute stroke services by co-creating patient engagement research. Int J Stroke Canadian Stroke Congress 2016, Quebec City, QC. (Poster Presentation)
N. Kamal*, P. Lindsay, R. Cote, and M. D. Hill (2014). 10-year trends in stroke admissions and outcomes in Canada. Stroke. 2014;44:e174-e228, published online before print November 4 2014, doi: 10.1161/01.str.0000455918.04147.bf (Oral Presentation)
N. Kamal*, D. Kashyap, D. Demchuk, M. D. Hill, M. Suddes, C. Stephenson, V. Bohm, E. E. Smith, and P. Choi (2014). Benchmarking Door-to-Needle Time: An Analysis of Improvements at the Calgary Stroke Program. Stroke. 2014;44:e174-e228, published online before print November 4 2014, doi: 10.1161/01.str.0000455918.04147.bf (Poster Presentation)
N. Kamal*, E.E. Smith, A.M. Demchuk, M.D. Hill, C. Stephenson, M. Suddes, and D. Kashyap (2014). Hurry Acute Stroke Treatment and Evaluation (HASTE): Improving Door-to-Needle Times and Reducing Variation for Acute Ischemic Stroke using a Six-Sigma Approach. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 2014; 7: A163 (Poster Presentation)
N. Kamal*, P. Aikman, P. Teal, M. Suddes, T. Collier, M.D. Hill, A. Dawson, R. Veldhoen, and D. Harris (2014). Improving inpatient stroke care by implementing stroke units across health systems using an improvement collaborative approach. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 2014; 7: A267 (Poster Presentation)
N. Kamal*, M. Suddes, T. Collier, M. D. Hill, A. Dawson, J. Calder, D. Harris, J. LoChang, D. Newton, D. Foster, K. Harrison, L. Seeley, S. Arsenault, B. Hennessy, and P. Aikman* (2013). Interprovincial collaboration for creating stroke units in Western Canada. Canadian Stroke Abstracts: 2013 Canadian Stroke Congress Abstracts. Stroke. 2013;44:e174-e228, published online before print November 5 2013, doi:10.1161/01.str.0000438095.11293.72 (Oral Presentation)
D. Foster, R. Crisp*, and N. Kamal (2013). Vancouver Island Health Authority's (VIHA) Strategic Plan to Ensure All Patients Receive Care in Stroke Units. Canadian Stroke Abstracts: 2013 Canadian Stroke Congress Abstracts. Stroke. 2013;44:e174-e228, published online before print November 5 2013, doi:10.1161/01.str.0000438095.11293.72 (Oral Presentation)
N. Kamal*, D. Harris, P. Aikman, J. Marsden, and C. Krause (2013). Improving stroke and TIA care in emergency department: results from a provincial stroke improvement collaborative. Stroke 2013;44:AWP399. http://stroke.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/44/2_MeetingAbstracts/AWP399?sid=e0d57402-a5a4-40ad-b623-5cd8efbed6ab
J. Marsden*, N. Kamal, K. Ho, H. Novak-Lauscher, C. Cressman, T. Olatunbosun. (2009). Challenges and Opportunities in Establishing a Provincial Interprofessional Collaborative for Emergency Practice Improvement: Understanding Health Professional Perspectives. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Abstracts, 2009 CAEP/ACMU Scientific Abstracts – Poster Presentations: 137-166, Vol.11, No.3Doctoral Symposiums:
N. Kamal. (2011). Appeal, Belonging, Commitment (ABC) Conceptual Framework and a User Centered Design Process: An online social network for positive health behavior change. SoCS (Social Computational Systems) Workshop. NSF funded. Minneapolis, MN. June 9 - 11, 2011.
Other refereed contributions (posters):
C. Cressman*, H. Novak Lauscher, N. Kamal, L. Ferdinands, K. Ho. (2007). Clinipearls: Collaboration for electronic decision support at the point of care. Guidelines International Network Conference. Toronto, ON (Poster Presentation) (International Conference).
K. Ho, S. Jarvis-Selinger, A. Nguyen, E. Chan, A. Gunasingham*, R. Jen, C. Cressman C., N. Kamal. (2007). Technology Enabled Academic Detailing versus Academic Detailing in Diabetes Management. Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC), Victoria, BC (poster presentation) (National conference).
Non-refereed conference proceedings:
N. Kamal, S. Fels, & M. Blackstock. (2011). Appeal, Belonging, Commitment (ABC): A framework for healthier living using social networks. NCE GRAND 2011, Vancouver, BC (May 12-14, 2011). (Student reviewed - Acceptance Rate 60%)
Non-refereed contributions (posters):
N. Kamal, K. Barnard, S. Fels, & J. Christenson. (2013). Policy Decision Support for Improving Emergency Departments Using Big Data Research. NCE GRAND 2013, Montreal, QC (May 14-16, 2013).
N. Kamal, S. Fels, & M. Blackstock. (2011). VivoSpace: Towards health behaviour change using social networks. NCE GRAND 2011, Vancouver, BC (May 12-14, 2011).
J. Marsden*, N. Kamal, A. Needs, K. Procter, S. Stackhouse, K. Ho, C. Krause, D. Sweet, M. Ertel, R. Stenstrom, A. Gregory, G. Innes, B. Woodley, & L. Cheng. E2E: Translating clinical and operational knowledge into practice through a provincial emergency medicine community. Western Emergency Department Overcrowding Conference 2011, Edmonton, AB (May 6-7, 2011).
L. Cheng*, K. Procter, S. Stackhouse, M. Ertel, N. Kamal, A. Needs, & J. Marsden. E2E's quality improvement program in BC: The diffusion of rapid assessment zones in emergency departments. Western Emergency Department Overcrowding Conference 2011, Edmonton, AB (May 6-7, 2011).
L. Cheng, S. Stackhouse*, K. Procter, J. Marsden, A. Needs, M. Ertel, & N. Kamal. E2E's quality improvement program in BC: Optimizing emergency department front end operations. Western Emergency Department Overcrowding Conference 2011, Edmonton, AB (May 6-7, 2011).
N. Kamal*, & S. Fels. (2010). Personal health informatics enabled through online social networks. NCE GRAND 2010, Ottawa, ON (June 2 – 4, 2010).
K. Ho, D. Buote, N. Kamal*, C. Cressman. (2008). CliniPEARLS: Electronic CPGs as a Systematic tool for Health Care Providers to Improve Quality of Care, CME Congress 2008, Vancouver, BC (International conference).
J. Marsden*, L. Ferdinands, N. Kamal, C. Cressman. (2008). Evidence to Excellence: Translating Knowledge into Practice Through a Provincial Emergency Medicine Community of Practice, CME Congress 2008, Vancouver, BC (International Conference).