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Mona Jabbour photo of Mona Jabbour
Vice-Chair/Chief, Department of Pediatrics
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Clinical Investigator, CHEO Research Institute
Emergency Medicine Pediatrician, Division of Emergency Medicine,
Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)
613-737-7600 Ext. 3299
Current Research:
Clinical Pathways
Implementation Strategies
Knowledge Translation
Emergency Mental Health
Medical Education
Emergency Research

Dr. Jabbour is leading a multi-center trial to develop and evaluate best strategies to implement expert-developed clinical pathways in community ED settings.
Research Team:
Dr. Mona Jabbour earned her MD at McMaster University, Hamilton, followed by training in pediatrics at the University of Ottawa in 1992. She completed her Master's of Higher Education with specialization in Health Professions Education at the University of Toronto in 1997. Dr. Jabbour's interests in education revolve around development and evaluation of iLearn-Peds, a pediatric curriculum based on e-Learning modules; simulation training; and outreach education. Her research interests include: improving systems of care; mobilizing best evidence to practice settings; and emergency department management of children and youth presenting with mental health concerns. Dr. Jabbour is involved in TRanslating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK), a national network of pediatric emergency and community emergency department (ED) sites that have been created to mobilize knowledge on best pediatric emergency care. She is also involved in a study to implement clinical pathways in community ED settings. 
Sample Publications:
Curran JA, Murphy A, Newton M, Zemek R, Hartling L, Plint A, Chorney J, MacPhee S, Campbell SG, Jabbour M, Boliver D, Petrie D, Colwell R, MacWilliams K, Nolan A. Discharge instructions for caregivers in the context of pediatric emergency care: a narrative synthesis protocol. Syst Rev 2014;3:26.

Jabbour M, Reid S, Irwin D, Losier A, Holmgren E, Albrecht D, Rohde K, Moreau K. Clinical pathway-based pediatric emergency outreach program: implementation and preliminary evaluation. Can J Hosp Pharm 2014;67(3):240-245.

Jabbour M, Curran J, Scott SD, Guttman A, Rotter T, Duchrame FM, Lougheed MD, Naughton-Filion ML, Newton A, Shafir M, Paprica A, Klassen T, Taljaard M, Grimshaw J, Johnson DW. Best strategies to implement clinical pathways in an emergency department setting: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Implement Sci 2013;8:55.
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