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Stephanie Greenham, PhD, C.Psych. photo of Stephanie Greenham
Psychologist, Lead for Outcomes Management and Research, Inpatient Psychiatry Program, Mental Health Patient Service Unit, CHEO
Clinical Investigator, CHEO Research Institute
Clinical Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa
Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, Carleton University

greenham@cheo.on.ca
613-737-7600 Ext. 2118
Research Practice Areas:
Current Research:
Dr. Greenham’s research interests include outcomes of acute inpatient psychiatric care, including predicators of re-admission; suicide risk; and outcomes management approach to inpatient services.
Research Team:
Biography:
Dr. Stephanie Greenham is a clinical psychologist and the Lead for Outcomes Management and Research with the Inpatient Psychiatry Program at CHEO. She is also a Clinical Professor at the University of Ottawa in the School of Psychology and has received funding as an investigator from the CHEO Research Institute. Dr. Greenham has been involved in the development and implementation of an outcomes management approach to inpatient mental health services for children and youth since 2000. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology in 1999 from the University of Ottawa and has been at CHEO since that time.
Sample Publications:
Greenham, S.L., & Persi, J. (2014). The state of inpatient psychiatry for youth in Ontario: Results of the ONCAIPS benchmarking survey. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 23(1), 31-7.

Bisnaire, L.M., & Greenham, S. L. (2009). Implementation of Total Clinical Outcomes Management in an acute care pediatric inpatient setting. In J.S. Lyons & D.A. Weiner (Eds.). Behavioral Health Care Strategies: Total Clinical Outcomes Management. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Greenham, S.L. & Bisnaire, L. (2008). An Outcome Evaluation of an Inpatient
Crisis Stabilization and Assessment
Program for Youth. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, Vol. 25(2) 2008, 123-143.

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