Malcolm_Doupe Malcolm Doupe is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba  and a Senior Research Scientist with the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. He received a doctorate in the Department of Community Health Sciences from the University of Manitoba in 2004.

Dr. Doupe conducts research in the area of health services utilization and the aging population, investigating risk factors of home care and nursing home use, factors that influence quality care and changes in functional status in nursing homes, and issues related to care continuity for older adults.

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Videos by Dr. Malcolm Doupe:

Frequent users of emergency care signal need for healthcare reform
Comparing the quality of nursing home care in Manitoba and the U.S., with Dr. Malcolm Doupe & Trudy Lieberman (38.6 min)

Posters by Dr. Malcolm Doupe:

Frequent users of emergency care signal need for healthcare reform

“Frequent emergency room users are often those with chronic diseases or mental illness whose needs are not being met by the healthcare system.”

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Frequent users of emergency care signal need for healthcare reform

“Early pilot projects indicate using non-traditional care providers in the emergency room, like social workers, to help patients navigate existing health and social supports are highly effective.”

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