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Gregory Moore, MD, FRCPC

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Gregory Moore

Clinician Investigator, Acute Care Research
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Research Interests

Dr. Moore's interests include:
- shared decision making during antenatal consultations at extreme preterm gestations
- neonatal ethics
- communication with families regarding their neonate
- promoting best clinical practices to optimize the care of patients in the neonatal intensive care unit
- postgraduate medical education, particularly regarding the above topics

Brief Biography

Dr. Gregory Moore is an academic neonatologist practicing at the two hospitals in Ottawa that have level 3 neonatal intensive care units – the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and The Ottawa Hospital. After obtaining his medical degree from the University of Western Ontario, he completed his Paediatrics residency and the first 2 years of his Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship at the University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. He went on to enjoy a final enriching fellowship year at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He returned to Ottawa in 2009 as an attending neonatologist and an assistant professor on the clinician-teacher track through the University of Ottawa. In 2016, he was promoted to the Associate Professor level. He is a Clinical Investigator with the CHEO Research Institute and Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. His areas of academic interest are bioethics with a focus on working with families when their baby may be born at an extremely low gestational age, and post-graduate medical education. Outside of ‘hospital life’, he enjoys time with his wife and four children and competing as a national level Masters cyclist.

Selected Publications

Lemyre B, Moore GP; Canadian Paediatric Society Fetus and Newborn Committee. Counseling and management for anticipated extremely preterm birth: CPS Statement. Paediatrics and Child Health 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Daboval T, Moore-Hepburn C, Lemyre B. The development process of: ‘Counseling and management for anticipated extremely preterm birth’. Paediatrics and Child Health 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Lemyre B, Daboval T, Ding S, Dunn S, Akiki S, Barrowman N, Shephard A, Lawson M. Field testing of decision coaching with a decision aid for parents facing extreme prematurity. J Perinatol 2017 [in press].

Moore GP, Lemyre B, Barrowman N, Daboval T. Neurodevelopmental outcomes at 4-8 years of children born at 22-25 weeks gestational age: a meta-analysis. JAMA Pediatrics 2013;167(10):967-74

Daboval T, Moore GP, Ferretti E. How we teach ethics and communication during a Canadian Neonatal Perinatal Medicine Residency: an interactive experience. Medical Teacher 2013;35(3):194-200.

Diseases, conditions and populations of interest

Research and clinical approaches