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Maida Sewitch, PhD

Scientist, RI-MUHC, 5252 de Maisonneuve

Cancer Research Program

Associate Member, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health

 

Keywords


adherence to guidelines • epidemology • colorectal cancer • screening

Research Focus


My research focuses on gastroenterology diseases through clinical and population-based studies in Québec and across Canada. My work has focused on adherence to guidelines in patient and physician populations and, more recently, on the quality of colonoscopy services. My research activities address the utilization of preventive health services for colorectal cancer, the enhancement of methods in colorectal cancer screening research, the evaluation of the safety and quality of screening colonoscopy, and the development of a national strategy for colorectal cancer screening. Ongoing funded projects are on the development of a smartphone application to help patients prepare for colonoscopy and eliciting patient preferences for care in inflammatory bowel disease.

Selected Publications


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  • Sewitch MJ, Azalgara VM, Sing MF. (2018). Screening indication associated with lower likelihood of minor adverse events in patients undergoing outpatient colonoscopy. Gastroenterology Nursing journal, 41(2);159-164.

  • Sewitch MJ, Hosseina M. (2016). Cancelled and missed colonoscopy appointments not easy to measure. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology Journal.;14(3):485-6.

  • Sewitch MJ, Jiang M, Fon Sing M, Barkun A, Joseph L. (2014). Screening polypectomy rates below quality benchmarks: a prospective study. World Journal of Gastroenterology, 21;20(43):16300-5.

  • Sewitch MJ, Dubé C, Brien S, Jiang M, Hilsden R, Barkun A, Armstrong D. (2013). Patient-identified quality indicators for colonoscopy services. Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology, 27(1);25-32.

  • Sewitch MJ, Jiang M, Joseph L, Hilsden R, Bitton A. (2013). Developing model-based algorithms to identify screening colonoscopies using administrative health databases in the absence of a gold-standard. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 13:45.