Dr. Lynne Moore is an associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the department of social and preventative medicine and scientist in the Population Health and Optimal Health Practices research unit of the CHU de Québec research center. In the first six years of her research career, she has obtained a position as an associate professor, a CIHR new investigator award (ranked 4/393), a FRQS Junior 2 award, 2 research grants (CIHR Foundation, 2 CIHR operating, FRQS operating) and has achieved a h-index of 38 and a i10-index of 75. She was nominated CIHR institutional research career success story and recently received the CHU de Québec young research career award.

Dr. Moore currently holds or shares $10.2 million in research funds. She is leader of the International Initiative for Injury Care Improvement, a network of over 60 researchers from 30 low, middle, and high-income countries. She works in close collaboration with the Québec National Institute of Health Care Excellence, the Trauma Association of Canada and Accreditation Canada. Dr. Moore has established an extremely productive training environment based on networking, collaboration, and mentoring. She has supervised 19 graduate students since 2011 and currently mentors two clinician-scientist (career awards obtained) and a postdoctoral fellow (CIHR award obtained).

Dr. Moore’s research program has led to the development, validation, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive quality assessment tool for acute injury care. This research alone has led to 47 publications, 65 presentations, the training of 18 graduate students, and media coverage (Le Soleil and Radio Canada). Her research has shown that improving the structure of injury care increases conformity to evidence-based clinical processes, which in turn improves patient outcomes. Implementation of the tool in the Québec Trauma Care Continuum involved on-site visits, publication on a web platform, investigation of quality problems, and implementation of solutions. This has resulted in an improvement in compliance to clinical processes and a decrease in mortality and length of stay. The success of the Québec trauma care continuum was recently recognized internationally by the International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment. Similar improvements in injury care outcomes are expected across Canada following the recent implementation of her quality indicators by Accreditation Canada. With recent funding from the CIHR (Foundation and operating grants) and the FRQS (Junior 2, operating grant), Dr. Moore is now extending her research program to study the problem of low value clinical practices and overutilization of resources in collaboration with Choosing Wisely Canada.

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Coulombe P, Malo C, Robitaille-Fortin M, Nadeau A, Émond M, Moore L, Blanchard PG, Benhamed A, Mercier E

Identification and Management of Pelvic Fractures in Prehospital and Emergency Department Settings

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J Surg Res, 300 , 2024.

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Moore L, Ben Abdeljelil A, Tardif PA, Zemek R, Reed N, Yeates KO, Emery CA, Gagnon IJ, Yanchar N, Bérubé M, Dawson J, Berthelot S, Stang A, Beno S, Beaulieu E, Turgeon AF, Labrosse M, Lauzier F, Pike I, Macpherson A, Freire GC

Clinical Practice Guideline Recommendations in Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review

Journal Article

Ann Emerg Med, 83 (4), 2024.

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Isaac CJ, Moore L, Bérubé M, Belzile É, Malo C, Giroux M, Belcaid A, Abiala G, Trépanier D, Émond M, Dionne CE

Predictors of adverse outcomes in elders hospitalised for isolated orthopaedic trauma: a multicentre cohort study

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Emerg Med J, 41 (3), 2024.

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Gnanvi JE, Yanchar N, Freire G, Beaulieu E, Tardif PA, Bérubé M, Macpherson A, Pike I, Zemek R, Gagnon IJ, Carsen S, Gabbe B, Gnanou S, Duval C, Moore L

Social determinants of health and disparities in pediatric trauma care: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis

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Syst Rev, 13 (1), 2024.

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Marx T, Moore L, Talbot D, Guertin JR, Lachapelle P, Blais S, Singbo N, Simonyan D, Lavallée J, Zada N, Shahrigharahkoshan S, Huard B, Olivier P, Mallet M, Létourneau M, Lafrenière M, Archambault P, Berthelot S,

Value-based comparison of ambulatory children with respiratory diseases in an emergency department and a walk-in clinic: a retrospective cohort study in Québec, Canada

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BMJ Open, 14 (4), 2024.

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Conombo B, Guertin JR, Hoch JS, Grimshaw J, Bérubé M, Malo C, Berthelot S, Lauzier F, Stelfox HT, Turgeon AF, Archambault P, Belcaid A, Moore L

Implementation of an audit and feedback module targeting low-value clinical practices in a provincial trauma quality assurance program: a cost-effectiveness study

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BMC Health Serv Res, 24 (1), 2024.

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Naumann DN, Bhangu A, Brooks A, Martin M, Cotton BA, Khan M, Midwinter MJ, Pearce L, Bowley DM, Holcomb JB, Griffiths EA,

Novel Textbook Outcomes following emergency laparotomy: Delphi exercise

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BJS Open, 8 (1), 2024.

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Turgeon AF, Fergusson DA, Clayton L, Patton MP, Neveu X, Walsh TS, Docherty A, Malbouisson LM, Pili-Floury S, English SW, Zarychanski R, Moore L, Bonaventure PL, Laroche V, Verret M, Scales DC, Adhikari NKJ, Greenbaum J, Kramer A, Rey VG, Ball I, Khwaja K, Wise M, Harvey D, Lamontagne F, Chabanne R, Algird A, Krueper S, Pottecher J, Zeiler F, Rhodes J, Rigamonti A, Burns KEA, Marshall J, Griesdale DE, Sisconetto LS, Kutsogiannis DJ, Roger C, Green R, Boyd JG, Wright J, Charbonney E, Nair P, Astles T, Sy E, Hébert PC, Chassé M, Gomez A, Ramsay T, Taljaard M, Fox-Robichaud A, Tinmouth A, St-Onge M, Costerousse O, Lauzier F,

Liberal or Restrictive Transfusion Strategy in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury

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N Engl J Med, 2024.

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Yanchar N, Tardif PA, Freire G, Bérubé M, Stelfox HT, Beaudin M, Stang A, Beno S, Weiss M, Labrosse M, Zemek R, Gagnon IJ, Beaulieu E, Berthelot S, Turgeon AF, Lauzier F, Gabbe B, Moore L

Clinical practice guideline recommendations for pediatric solid organ injury care: A Systematic Review

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J Trauma Acute Care Surg, 95 (3), 2023.

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Ben Abdeljelil A, Freire GC, Yanchar N, Turgeon AF, Beno S, Bérubé M, Stang A, Stelfox T, Zemek R, Beaulieu E, Gagnon IJ, Gabbe B, Lauzier F, Labrosse M, Tardif PA, Deshommes T, Gnanvi J, Moore L

Pediatric Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review of Clinical Practice Guideline Recommendations

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J Neurotrauma, 40 (21-22), 2023.

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Active projects

  • Améliorer la qualité des soins en traumatologie adulte et pédiatrique au Canada: une approche intégrée basée sur les données probantes, les lacunes entre les connaissances et la pratique, et les priorités des parties prenantes., from 2023-07-01 to 2027-06-30
  • Améliorer la qualité des soins en traumatologie adulte et pédiatrique au Canada: une approche intégrée basée sur les données probantes, les lacunes entre les connaissances et la pratique, et les priorités des parties prenantes., from 2023-07-01 to 2027-06-30
  • Anticoagulation and Convalescent Plasma ICU Trials in REMAP-CAP, from 2020-06-01 to 2025-03-31
  • Automated Oxygen Titration, Monitoring and Weaning in patients with infectious pneumonia requiring oxygen – impact on the number of interventions for healthcare workers., from 2020-02-01 to 2025-03-31
  • BRAINapt: TBI International Adaptive Platform Trial, from 2024-04-01 to 2029-03-31
  • Dérivation et validation d'un outil de stratification du risque applicable en préhospitalier et visant à identifier les personnes âgées nécessitant des soins urgents ou une hospitalisation à la suite d’une chute, from 2023-10-01 to 2026-09-30
  • Improving mental health pratices recovering from traumatic injuries: Identifying prioritiez based on knowledge to practice gaps and interested parties needs and preferences, from 2024-04-01 to 2028-03-31
  • Improving the quality of Canadian pediatric injury care: identifying priorities based on evidence, practice variations and stakeholder needs and preferences, from 2021-10-01 to 2025-09-30
  • Real World Clinical and Economic Burden of Severe Burn Injuries, from 2023-10-01 to 2026-09-30
  • Reducing low-value practices in acute trauma care: a pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial, from 2023-04-01 to 2027-03-31
  • The right care, for the right patient, at the right time, by the right provider: A value-based comparison of the management of ambulatory respiratory diseases in walk-in clinics, primary care physician practices and emergency departments, from 2021-10-01 to 2025-03-31

Recently finished projects

  • activated CHARcoal in Poisoned Patients (CHARPP): a pilot Randomized Controlled Trial, from 2023-04-01 to 2024-03-31
  • Audit & Feedback Module Targeting Low-Value Clinical Practices in Injury Care: an Economic Evaluation, from 2020-04-01 to 2023-03-31
  • BRAINapt: TBI International Platform Trial, from 2023-10-01 to 2024-03-31
  • Development of Interdisciplinary Strategies to Prevent Chronic Opioid Use in Adult Trauma Patients, from 2021-04-01 to 2024-03-31
  • Le lavage utérin au salin physiologique comme traitement de l'infertilité inexpliquée: un essai clinique randomisé à double insu, from 2020-04-01 to 2024-03-31
  • Programme canadienne sur les pratiques cliniques de faible valeur en traumatologie, from 2019-07-01 to 2023-06-30
  • The NeurO2 study: optimal brain oxygenation in neurocritically ill patients, from 2020-10-01 to 2024-03-31
  • The right care, for the right patient, at the right time, by the right provider: A value-based comparison of the management of ambulatory respiratory diseases in walk-in clinics, primary care physician practices and emergency departments, from 2020-04-01 to 2024-03-31
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