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Brochures & Slideshow from ISOM 2022:
Our People, Projects, and Expertise:
Associate Professor & Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist:
Current Project Websites:
The CONFIDENCE Project Webpage
CanOSS Project Webpage - CURRENTLY RECRUITING
The OROS Project Webpage
COSCO Delphi Survey - CURRENTLY RECRUITING
Collaborative Research On COVID-19 & Pregnancy Publications:
D'Souza R, Malhamé I, et al. A critical review of the pathophysiology of thrombotic complications and clinical practice recommendations for thromboprophylaxis in pregnant patients with COVID-19.
D'Souza R, Lapinsky S, Malhamé et al. Pregnancy and COVID-19: pharmacologic considerations.
Yang J, D'Souza R, Shah PS, et al. COVID-19 pandemic and population-level pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in general population: A living systematic review and meta-analysis.
Gold S, Clarfield L, Lapinsky S, D’Souza R. et al. Adapting obstetric and neonatal services during the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review.
Malhamé I, D'Souza R, Cheng MP. The Moral Imperative to Include Pregnant Women in Clinical Trials of Interventions for COVID-19.
Resende MHF, Yarnell CJ, D'Souza R, Lapinsky SE, et al. Clinical decision analysis of elective delivery vs expectant management for pregnant individuals with COVID-19-related acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Recent CanOSS Publications:
D'Souza R, Lapinsky S, Malhamé et al. Feasibility of establishing a Canadian Obstetric Survey System (CanOSS) for severe maternal morbidity: a study protocol.
Malhamé I, Knight M, D'Souza R. Initial Steps in Developing and Implementing a Canadian Obstetric Survey System (CanOSS) for Severe Maternal Morbidity
Associate Professor & Scientific Director (MMRC)
Developing Gender Inclusive Language for Reproductive Care & Research Project:
We are looking for:
1. Obstetrical and sexual Health practitioners/policymakers; transgender, gender non-binary (TGNB) advocates, policymakers, & researchers.
2. Transgender, non-binary and Two Spirit individuals who have experienced perinatal or sexual health care; transgender and cisgender individuals who have experienced misogyny or gender exclusion in healthcare.
To Get Involved, Contact Us at email@example.com
The Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension in Pregnancy Research Network
Associate Professor & Director/Assistant Dean of the Midwifery Education Program
Visit Dr. Darling's Website!
Find Her Publications Here!
Professor Emeritus, Former Director of Midwifery Education Program & Founder of MMRC
Find Dr. Hutton's Publications HERE!
Baby & Microbiota of the Intestine Project (Baby & Mi, Baby & Pre-MI)
Baby & Mi Overview
Baby & Mi Framework
Associate Professor & Perinatal Epidemiology Specialist
Watch Dr. Muraca's presentation on An outcome-based assessment of the optimal cesarean delivery rate using 17 years of data from Sweden and Canada
Listen to Dr. Muraca on the Canadian Medical Association Journal's Podcast talking about Maternal and neonatal trauma with operative vaginal delivery
Muraca GM, Joseph KS, Razaz N, Ladfors LV, Lisonkova S, Stephansson O. Crude and adjusted comparisons of cesarean delivery rates using the Robson classification: A population-based cohort study in Canada and Sweden, 2004 to 2016.
Muraca GM, Boutin A, Razaz N, Lisonkova S, John S, Ting JY, Scott H, Kramer MS, Joseph KS. Maternal and neonatal trauma following operative vaginal delivery.
Muraca GM, Joseph KS, Razaz N, et al. Outcome-based cesarean delivery rate targets by Robson group: population-based analysis of deliveries from Canada and Sweden.
Muraca GM, Liu S, Sabr Y, et al. Episiotomy use among vaginal deliveries and the association with anal sphincter injury: a population-based retrospective cohort study.
Muraca GM, Lisonkova S, Skoll A, et al. Ecological associations between operative vaginal delivery and obstetric and birth trauma.
Muraca GM, Skoll A, Lisonkova S, et al. Perinatal and maternal morbidity and mortality among term singletons following midcavity operative vaginal delivery versus caesarean delivery.
Assistant Professor / General Internal Medicine & Obstetric Medicine Specialist
More about Dr. Gundy here!
Post-Doctoral Fellow & Clinical Psychologist
The MHAP Study is will be recruiting soon!
You are eligible to participate if you:
1. At least 18 years old
2. Experienced one or more severe health complications during pregnancy or childbirth
3. Speak English
To learn more information, visit The MHAP Study Website
Associate Professor & Medical Genetics Specialist
Wilson Pregnancy Lab Website
Read Dr. Wilson's Latest Publication!
CURRENTLY RECRUITING STUDENTS! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested!
ISOM Conference Resources - 2022