Stephen Bornstein

Professor & Director for the Centre of Applied Health Research

95 Bonaventure Avenue, Suite 300
St. John's, NL A1B 2X5 Canada

Telephone: (709) 777-6993
Email: sbornstein[at]mun[dot]ca
Website: http://www.nlcahr.mun.ca


Academics

BA (Toronto); MA, PhD (Harvard)


Areas for Student Research Supervision

  • Canadian and comparative health policy and health politics

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Squires J, Graham I, Grinspun D, Lavis J, Legare F, Bell R, Bornstein S, Brien S, Dobrow M, Estabrooks C, Greenough M, Hillmer M, Horsley T, Katz A, Krause C, Levinson W, Levy A, Mancuso M, Maybee A, Morgan S, Penno L, Neuner A, Rader T, Roberts J, Teare G, Tepper J, Vandyk A, Widmeyer D, Wilson M, Grimshaw J. (2018). Inappropriateness of Health Care in Canada: A Systematic Review Protocol.

Bornstein S, Heritage M, Chudak A, Tamblyn R, McMahon M, Brown A. (2018). Development of Enriched Core Competencies for Health Services and Policy Research: Training for Stronger Career Readiness andGreater Impact. Health Services Research. NA: 1-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.12847

McMahon M, Bornstein S, Tamblyn R, Heritage M, Brown A. (2018). Training for Impact: PhD Modernization as a Key Resource for Learning Health Systems. Healthcare Policy. TBD: TBD.

Bornstein S, Heritage M, Chudak R, McMahon M, Brown A. (2018). Modernizing Health Services and Policy Research PhD Competencies for Impact. Health Services Research.

Brown A, Marchildon G, Bornstein S, Ellen M. (2018). A fragile but critical link. A commentary on the importance of government-academy relationships. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research. TBD: TBD.

Rourke J, Bornstein S, Vardy C, Speed D, White T, Corbett P. (2017). Evaluation of and Feedback for Academic Medicine Leaders: Developing and Implementing the Memorial Method. Academic Medicine. 92(11): 1590-1594.

Bornstein S, Baker R, Navrarro P, Mackey Speed D, Sullivan M. (2017). Putting Research in Place: An Innovative Approach to Providing Contextualized Evidence Synthesis for Decision Makers. Systematic Reviews. 6(218): 1-13.

Bornstein S. (2016). Modernizing our Doctoral and Postdoctoral Training Programs: Bold New Initiatives. HealthcarePapers. 16(16): 55-58.

Bornstein S,Giles Murphy T, Neis B. (2015). Designing Exposure Registries for Improved Tracking of Occupational Exposure and Disease. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 107(1): 119-125.

Duke P, Godwin M, Peach M, Fortier J, Bornstein S, Buehler S, McCrate F, Pike A, Wang P,Cullen R. (2015). An Investigation of Cancer Rates in the Argentia Region, Newfoundland and Labrador: An Ecological Study. Journal of Environmental and Public Health. 2015(421562): 1-8.

Yukiko Asadaa, George Kepharta, Jeremiah Hurley, Yoko Yoshidaa, Andrea Smith, Stephen Bornstein. (2012). The role of proximity to death in need-based approaches to health care. Health Policy. 106: 291-302.

Asada Y, Kephart G, Hurley J, Yoshida Y, Smith A, Bornstein S. (2012). The role of proximity to death in need-based approaches to health care. Health Policy. 106(3): 291-302.

Antle D, MacKinnon S, Molgaard J, Vezina N, Parent R, Bornstein S, Leclerc L. (2011). Understanding knowledge transfer in an ergonomics intervention at a poultry processing plant. Work. 38(4): 347-357.

Coombs-Thorne, H, Bradbury, E, Neis, B, Bornstein, S, Mackinnon, S, Parent, R. (2010). Interjurisdictional knowledge transfer in occupational health and safety: Lessons from Eastern Canada. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety. 8(1): 95-109.

Bornstein, S, Hart, S. (2010). Evaluating occupational safety and health management systems: A collaborative approach. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety. 8(1): 61-76.

Curran V, Fleet L, Pong R, Bornstein S, Jong M, Strasser R, Tesson G. (2007). A survey of rural medical education strategies throughout the medical education continuum in Canada. Cahiers de sociologie et de demographie medicales. 47(4): 445-468.

Reports

Dionne I, Diamond D, Bornstein S, Speed D. (2017). Exercise Interventions for Long-Term Care. 33. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

2. Soong C, Gillam S, Bornstein S, Navarro P. (2017). Reducing Acute Care Length of Stay in NL. 58. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

MacKinnon P, Bornstein S, Bowen S, Falk-Krzesinski H, Israels S, Keselman J, McInnes R, Richards C, Tyrrell D, Walker P. (2017). Academic Recognition of Team Science: How to Optimize the Canadian Academic System. 41. Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.

Mackey S, Bornstein S. (2017). Mental Health Units in Acute-Care Facilities. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Speed D, Bornstein S. (2016). Reducing Wait Times for outpatient services. 18. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Sullivan M, Bornstein S. (2016). The Effectiveness of Digital Surveys for Collecting Patient Feedback. 27. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

Rosella L, Bornstein S, Mackey S, Grignon M. (2016). Prevention and Screening for Type 2 Diabetes in Newfoundland and Labrador. 69. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

Chappell N, Bornstein S, Goodyear R, Kean R, Speed D. (2015). Supporting the Independence of Persons with Dementia in Newfoundland and Labrador. 43. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

Neena Chappell, Stephen Bornstein, Rob Kean. (2014). Agitation and Aggression in Long-Term Care Residents with Dementia in Newfoundland and Labrador. 34. NLCAHR.

Vicky Scott, Stephen Bornstein, Rob Kean, Stephanie O’Brien, Susan Gillam. (2014). Fall Prevention for Seniors in Institutional Healthcare Settings. 44. NLCAHR.

Navarro P, Bornstein S. (2014). Strategies for Health Promotion: Healthy Dietary Habits. 19. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

Nitika Pant Pai, Michel Grignon, Stephen Bornstein, Pablo Navarro, Sarah Mackey. (2014). Troponin Point-of-Care Testing in Smaller Hospital and Health Centre Emergency Departments in Newfoundland and Labrador. 54. NLCAHR.

Kean R, Bornstein S, Mackenzie M. (2013). Flu Vaccination for Healthcare Workers in NL. 19. NLCAHR.

Bornstein S, Giles Murphy T, Neis B, Oudyk J, Demers P, Dicks E. (2013). Registry of the Former Workers of the Baie Verte Asbestos Mine: Final Report. 65. Workplace Health Safety and Compensation Commission, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Navarro P, Rowe B, Bornstein S. (2013). The Use of Telehealth Technologies for Patient-Specialist Consultations. 35. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Kean R, Bornstein S, O'Brien S. (2013). Ambulatory Care Services for Patients with Chronic Heart Failure. 17. Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research.

Sales A, O'Reilly, D Bornstein S, Butler J, Kean R, Mackenzie M. (2012). Interprofessional teams for chronic disease management. 25. NLCAHR.

Kean R, Bornstein S, Mackey, S. (2012). Mobile Mental Health Crisis Intervention in the Western Health Region of Newfoundland and Labrador. 27. NLCAHR.

Parke, B, Bornstein, S, Kean, R, Mackenzie, M, McGrath, K. (2012). Age-Friendly Acute Care in Newfoundland & Labrador. 55. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Navarro P, Bornstein, S. (2012). Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Difficult Wound Healing in Newfoundland & Labrador. 40. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Lyons J, Bornstein S, Navarro P, Kean R, Rowe B, Vasiliadis H. (2010). Youth Residential Treatment Options in Newfoundland & Labrador. 56. NLCAHR.

Bornstein S, Butler J, Kean R. (2010). The Reprocessing and Reuse of Single-Use Medical Devices in Newfoundland and Labrador. 40. NLCAHR.

Demeter, S, Bornstein, S, Butler, J, Cramer, B, Hollett, P, Jones, L. (2009). The Development of a PET/CT Program in Newfoundland and Labrador. 48. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Kirk, S, Bornstein, S, Navarro, P, Swanson, E, Adamo, E. (2009). Effective Non-clinical Interventions to Prevent and Treat Childhood Overweight and Obesity in Newfoundland and Labrador.37. NL Centre for Applied Health Research.

Contact

Department of Political Science

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000