The TMIST study will help determine whether tomosynthesis results in fewer false-positive findings (reduced recall rate) than traditional 2D mammography.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Paula Gordon
It is not yet known whether specialized care centers like the Women’s Heart Center improves outcomes in women compared to usual care. Through this study we hope to better understand how gender specific care can impact the outcome for woman with a range of different cardiac conditions.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Tara Sedlak
Closed for recruitment
Impact of Timing of Surgical Management After Detection of Early Pregnancy Loss on Women’s Emotional Health study
This study will explore how the timing of having a dilatation and curettage (D&C) procedure for a miscarriage impacts a women’s emotional well-being.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Stephanie Fisher
ASPIRE is a women’s health initiative using innovative models and technologies to improve access to reproductive health in low income settings.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Gina Ogilvie
This foundational research at the time of introduction for an innovative practice in Canada, will support advances for training programs and will inform health policy, system and service improvements to facilitate equitable access to medication abortion options for women throughout Canada.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Wendy Norman