null Liane Feldman, MD
surgery • recovery • outcomes • enhanced recovery after surgery • quality improvement
Our multidisciplinary surgical outcomes research group (surgery, anaesthesiology, clinical epidemiology, exercise physiology, nutrition and psychology) focuses on improving patient recovery and other outcomes of abdominal surgery. We perform clinical trials examining the effectiveness of interventions including prehabilitation, exercise, nutrition, minimally invasive surgery, enhanced recovery pathways and mobile applications on improving recovery after abdominal surgery. We also contribute to safer surgery through the development of educational curricula, simulation and assessment tools, focused specifically on image-based surgical techniques.
Dumitra T, Ganescu O, Hu R, Fiore Jr. JF, Kaneva P, Mayo N Lee L, Liberman AS, Chaudhury P, Ferri L, Feldman LS. Does patient activation matter? The association between patient activation and healthcare utilization after thoracic and abdominal surgery. JAMA Surg 2020 Nov 4; Online ahead of print.
Karimian N, Kaneva P, Donatelli F, Stein B, Liberman AS, Charlebois P, Lee L, Fiore JF Jr, Carli F, Feldman LS. Simple versus complex carbohydrate drink to preserve perioperative insulin sensitivity in laparoscopic colectomy: a randomized controlled trial. Ann Surg. 2020 May;271(5):819-26.
Mata J, Pecorelli N, Kaneva P, Moldoveanu D, Gosselin-Tardiff A, Robitaille S, Balvardi S, Lee L, Stein BL, Liberman S, Charlebois P, Fiore JF Jr, Feldman LS. A mobile device application (app) to improve adherence to an enhanced recovery program for colorectal surgery: a randomized controlled trial. Surg Endosc 2020 34(2):742-751.
Alam R, Montanez J, Law S, Lee L, Mayo NE, Feldman LS, Fiore JF Jr. Development of a patient-reported outcome measure of recovery after abdominal surgery: a hypothesized conceptual framework. Surg Endosc 2018 Dec; 32(12):4874-4885.
Dumitra T, Alam R, Fiore JF Jr, Mata J, Fried GM, Vassiliou MC, Mueller C, Lee L, Feldman LS. Is there a gender bias in the advancement to SAGES leadership? Surg Endosc, 2020 34(1):458-463.