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Investigator, CHEO Research Institute
Clinical Investigator, Clinical Epidemiology Program
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Current Research:
Dr. Moore's interests include:
- shared decision making during antenatal consultations at extreme preterm gestations
- neonatal ethics
- communication with families regarding their neonate
- promoting best clinical practices to optimize the care of patients in the neonatal intensive care unit
- postgraduate medical education, particularly regarding the above topics

More about my group's research activities
Dr. Gregory Moore is an academic neonatologist practicing at the two hospitals in Ottawa that have level 3 neonatal intensive care units – the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and The Ottawa Hospital. After obtaining his medical degree from the University of Western Ontario, he completed his Paediatrics residency and the first 2 years of his Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship at the University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. He went on to enjoy a final enriching fellowship year at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He returned to Ottawa in 2009 as an attending neonatologist and an assistant professor on the clinician-teacher track through the University of Ottawa. In 2016, he was promoted to the Associate Professor level. He is a Clinical Investigator with the CHEO Research Institute and Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. His areas of academic interest are bioethics with a focus on working with families when their baby may be born at an extremely low gestational age, and post-graduate medical education. Outside of ‘hospital life’, he enjoys time with his wife and four children and competing as a national level Masters cyclist.
Sample Publications:
Lemyre B, Moore GP; Canadian Paediatric Society Fetus and Newborn Committee. Counseling and management for anticipated extremely preterm birth: CPS Statement. Paediatrics and Child Health 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Daboval T, Moore-Hepburn C, Lemyre B. The development process of: ‘Counseling and management for anticipated extremely preterm birth’. Paediatrics and Child Health 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Lemyre B, Daboval T, Ding S, Dunn S, Akiki S, Barrowman N, Shephard A, Lawson M. Field testing of decision coaching with a decision aid for parents facing extreme prematurity. J Perinatol 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Lemyre B, Barrowman N, Daboval T. Neurodevelopmental outcomes at 4-8 years of children born at 22-25 weeks gestational age: a meta-analysis. JAMA Pediatrics 2013;167(10):967-74

Daboval T, Moore GP, Ferretti E. How we teach ethics and communication during a Canadian Neonatal Perinatal Medicine Residency: an interactive experience. Medical Teacher 2013;35(3):194-200.
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