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Peter Tanuseputro, MD, MHSc, CCFP, FRCPC
X-17343
ptanuseputro@ohri.ca

Funding

Active Grants – Lead or Co-lead

Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI): Researcher-Clinician Partnership Program (RCP2). Risk Evaluation for Support: Predictions for Elder-life in the Community Tool Dementia (RESPECT: Dementia). Manuel D (PI), Tanuseputro P (Co-PI), Sattler D, Anderson G, Wilson, K (CoIs). Funding granted: $249,000. June 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2019.

CIHR Operating Grant: Secondary Data Analysis. High cost users’ inpatient care at the end of life: Patient characteristics, course of treatment, and involvement of palliative care. Tanuseputro P (NPI). Co-PI: Isenberg S, McGrail K. Co-I’s: Kyeremanteng K, Chan R, Goldman R, Hsu A, Husain A, Jakda A, Fowler R, Seow H. Funding granted: $70,000. March 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019.

MOHLTC Health System Research Fund – Program Awards. Informing Health System Reform for Long-Term and Community Care. The Ontario QUILT Network (QUality for Individuals who require Long-Term support) (QUILT). NPI: Heidi Sveistrup. Co-PI: Kathy McGilton, Veronique Boscart, Tanuseputro P (Co-PI). Co-Investigators: Susan Bronskill, George Heckman, Peter Walker, Walter Wodchis Funding granted: $2,085,701. Lead investigator for Bruyère Research Institute Projects and Central Resources: $1,100,000. Funding dates: October 2017 - October 2021

CIHR Catalyst Grant: Personalized Health Catalyst Grant. Modeling the Health and Treatment Trajectories of Persons with Terminal Gastrointestinal Malignancies to Enhance Patient-Centered Care. James P and Tanuseputro P (Co-PI). Co-Investigators: Antonova L, Asmis T, Coburn N, Hsu A, Manuel D, Martel G.
Funding granted: $199,989. Funding dates September 2017-August 2019

CIHR Project Grant: Predicting outcomes for Canadians receiving home care: An examination of home care delivery and impact. Tanuseputro (NPI) with Manuel D (Co-PI). Co-investigators: Hsu A, Taljaard M, Bronskill S, Bennett C, Sanmartin C (collaborator), Sattler D (collaborator). Funding granted: $401,624. Funding dates: April 2017-March 2021

CIHR Operating Grant: Dementia in the population: Trajectories of disease, health care use, and places of care. Co-PI Investigator with Manuel D (NPI). Co-investigators: Bronskill S, Anderson G, Walker P (Collaborator), Sanmartin C, Bernier J, Seow H, Lowi-Young M (Collaborator). Funding granted: $530,148. Funding dates: July 1, 2015-June 30, 2019

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care: Measuring the cost-effectiveness of palliative care: Informing investments to improve the dying experience for Ontarians. Principal Investigator. Funding granted: $94,600 Funding dates: January 2017-January 2018

CIHR Operating Grant: Predictors of Admission to Long-Term Care Facilities in the Population. Co-Lead Investigator with Manuel D (PI). Co-investigators: Bronskill S, Costa A, Gruineir A, Patrick J, Welch, V. Funding granted: $254,211. Funding dates: October 2014-September 2017.

Bruyère Foundation Fund (Targeted Donor Grant). Bruyère Big Data Research Program. NPI. Co-investigators: Dr. Peter Walker, Dr. Vivian Welch, Dr. Doug Manuel. Funding granted: $250,000. Funding dates: October 2016-October 2017.

Active Grants – Co-Investigator

CIHR Project Grant. Developing and Testing Quality Indicators for Palliative Care Using Existing Data. Guthrie, Dawn (NPI). Tanuseputro P (Co-I). Funding granted: $336,600 over 3 years. Funding dates: April 1, 2018-March 31, 2021

Innovation Fund of the Alternative Funding Plan for the Academic Health Sciences Centers of Ontario. Criteria Based Palliative Care Consults in ICU: Outcomes and Costs. Co-PI: Kwadwo Kyeremanteng and Valerie Gratton. Tanuseputro P (Co-I). Funding granted: $99,997. April 1, 2018-March 31, 2020.

Innovation Fund of the Alternative Funding Plan for the Academic Health Sciences Centers of Ontario. Development of an Advanced Care Planning Clinic for high-risk patients. Co-PI: Kwadwo Kyeremanteng and Valerie Gratton. Tanuseputro P (Co-I). Funding granted: $107,835. April 1, 2018-March 31, 2020.

IQ@TOH award. High Risk Prolonged Mechanically Ventilated Patients: Outcomes and Costs. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng (PI). Tanuseputro P (Co-I). Funding granted: $17,850

The Ottawa Hospital Quality and Safety Grant: Outcomes of Critically Ill Frail Patients and Cost Analysis. Co-PI’s: Kyeremanteng K, Rosenberg E, Hendin A. Co-I’s: Tanuseputro P, McIsaac D. Funding granted: $19,500

CIHR Operating Grant: Analyses of Existing Cohorts & Databases. End-of-life health care use for children with life-threatening conditions: A national population based study. Widger K (PI). Co-I: Gupta S, Rapoport A, Seow H, Siden H, Tanuseputro P, Vadeboncoeur C. March 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018 Funding granted: $75,000

Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network (TVN) Strategic Impact Grant. Enhancing the primary healthcare system’s ability to identify and plan with seriously ill frail elderly. Co-investigator. Urquhart R (PI), Burge F (PI), Johnston G, Natarajan N, Tschupruk C, Lau F, Sampalli T, Marshall E, Kotecha J, Manuel D, Tanuseputro P, Cash C. Funding granted: $216,000 + $72,000 from partners. Funding dates: 2015-2017

CIHR Operating Grant. FRN: 133550. Population Health Impact Assessment Tool for Cardiovascular Disease. Co-Investigator. Manuel DG (PI), Arcand J, Garriguet D, Hennessy D, L'Abbé M, Manson H, Rosella L, Sanmartin C, Taljaard M, Tanuseputro P, Tu J. (April 1, 2014 - March 31, 2017). Funding granted: $395,137.

Completed Grants

Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) Grant. INSPIRED Approaches to COPD: Improving Care and Creating Value Collaborative. Co-Investigator. Nickerson J (PI), Gravelle D, Sinclair D, McGuire S, McMullen E, Shea B, Welch V, Schmidt S, Tanuseputro, P. Funding granted: $50,000. Funding dates: September 2014 to September 2015.

Applied Health Research Question (AHRQ) Grant, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. Frail Cohorts and their use of health care services near the end-of-life. Co-lead Investigator with Bronskill, S. Funding granted: $24,722. 2015-2016.

MOHLTC Health System Research Fund – Program Awards. Health System Performance Research Network. Co-Investigator. PI: Dr. Walter Wodchis. Funding granted: $4,645,186. Lead investigator for End-of-Life sub-project: $372,958. Funding dates: April 2013 to March 2016.

Bruyère Academic Medical Organization (BAMO) Grant. Provision of Palliative Care in the Champlain Region. Co-lead Investigator with Pereira J, Klinger C and Manuel D. Funding granted: $18,100

Bruyère Centre for Learning, Research, and Innovation (CLRI) Programmatic Sub-Grant; Ministry of Health and Long-term Care (MOHLTC): Predicting and Meeting the need for Long-term Care in the Population. Principal Investigator. Co-investigators: Dr. Doug Manuel, Dr. Peter Walker. Funding granted: $118,600. Funding dates: 2013-02-01 to 2017-03-31.

Bruyère Academic Medical Organization (BAMO) Grant. Health Care Utilization and Outcomes of Palliative Patients Cared for by the Ottawa Academic Family Health Teams. Co-lead Investigator with Pereira J, Klinger C and Manuel D. Funding granted: $33,800.

CIHR Operating Grant: SPOR PIHCI Network: Quick Strikes. Improving End-of-life Care in the Community. Manuel D (NPI), Tanuseputro P (Co-I), Burge F (PI), Sattler (PKU), Co-I's: Urquhart R, Lawson B, Pereira, Klinger C, Bronskill S. Funding granted: $250,000. Funding dates: September 2015-September 2017