Dr Jon Salsberg

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Senior Lecturer in Primary Health Care
Introduction: 

Jon is a public health researcher with a background in health promotion and the anthropology of development. His research interests are in understanding the theory and practice of multi- stakeholder engagement for co-creating new knowledge and its translation into action in primary health care and community health. Jon is co-author of Canada’s Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research (CIHR), and was a founding member of Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM), McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Jon has undertaken partnered research involving a broad range of stakeholders including patients, health practitioners, community organisations, policy makers and health service decision-makers, and has worked extensively with Indigenous communities.

Academic Qualifications: 

PhD – Kinesiology and Health Studies (Health Promotion), Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada)

MA – Anthropology of Development, McGill University (Montreal, Canada)

BA – Anthropology, Concordia University (Montreal, Canada)

BA – Political Science, Bishop’s University (Lennoxville, Canada)

Professional Experience: 

Associate Director, Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM), McGill University, Canada (2006-2016)

Banting Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, Canada (2017)

Course Lecturer, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, Canada (2010-2017)

Professional Memberships: 

College of Family Physicians of Canada (Section of Researchers)

North American Primary Care Research Group

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

Research Interests: 

- Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) in health research

- Social Network Analysis

- Indigenous Health

- Participatory Health Research

Publication Record: 

(*= student under my supervision / co-supervision) Articles in peer reviewed journals:

2020       Salsberg J. Using Social Network Analysis to Measure Community Ownership in Participatory Health Research. SAGE Research Methods Cases. https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/sage-research-methods-cases-medicine-and-health. (In Press).

2020       Nguyen T; Graham ID; Mrklas K; Bowen S; Cargo M; Estabrooks C; Kothari A; Lavis J; Macaulay AC; MacLeod M; Phipps D; Ramsden V; Renfrew M; Salsberg J; Wallerstein N. How does integrated knowledge translation (IKT) compare to other collaborative research approaches to generating and translating knowledge? Learning from experts in the field. Health Research Policy and Systems. 2020. (In Press). https://health-policy-systems.biomedcentral.com/

2020       Conneely M, Boland P, O'Neill A, Cronin S, Quinn D, Trépe D, Leahy S, Salsberg J, Galvin R. A protocol for the establishment and evaluation of an older adult stakeholder panel for health services research [version 1; peer review: 1 approved with reservations]. HRB Open Res 2020, 3:1 (https://doi.org/10.12688/hrbopenres.12979.1)

2019     *Loutfi, D., Andersson, N., Law, S., Kgakole, L., Salsberg, J., Haggerty, J., & Cockcroft, A. (2019). Reaching marginalized young women for HIV prevention in Botswana: a pilot social network analysis. Global Health Promotion. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757975918820803

2019 *Loutfi D, Andersson N, Law S, Salsberg J, Haggerty J, Kgakole L, Cockcroft A. Can social network analysis help to include marginalised young women in structural support programmes in Botswana? A mixed methods study. International Journal for Equity in Health. 2019;18(1):12. 2019 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-019-0911-8

2018       *Dore C, Duffett-Leger L, McKenna M, Salsberg J & Breau M. Participatory Action Research to Empower Hemodialysis Nurses and Reduce Risk of Burnout. CANNT Journal. 2018.

2018  Wright MT, Salsberg J, and Hartung S. Impact in Participatory Health Research. BioMed Research International, vol. 2018, Article ID 3907127, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/3907127.

2018       Harris J, Cook T, Gibbs LF, Oetzel JG, Springett J, Wallerstein NB, Wright MT, Salsberg J and Shinn C. Searching for the impact of participation in health and health research: Challenges and methods. BioMed Research International. Volume 2018, Article ID 9427452, https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/9427452

2018       *Khayyat Kholghi, M, Bartlett G, *Phillips M, Salsberg J, McComber A, Macaulay AC. Evaluating an Indigenous health curriculum for diabetes prevention: engaging the community through talking circles and knowledge translation of results, Family Practice, Volume 35, Issue 1, February 2018, Pages 80–87, https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmx068

2018       Tompkins JW, Mequanint S, Barre DE, Fournie M, Green ME, Hanley AJ, et al. National Survey of Indigenous primary healthcare capacity and delivery models in Canada: the TransFORmation of IndiGEnous PrimAry HEAlthcare delivery (FORGE AHEAD) community profile survey. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18(1):828.2018.       

2017       Hayward MN, Mequanint S, Paquette-Warren J, Bailie R, Chirila A, Dyck R, et al. The FORGE AHEAD clinical readiness consultation tool: a validated tool to assess clinical readiness for chronic disease care mobilization in Canada’s First Nations. BMC Health Services Research 2017;17(1):233.

2017       Salsberg J, Macridis S, Macaulay AC, Moore S, Members of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project - School Travel Planning Committee. The shifting dynamics of social roles and project ownership over the lifecycle of a community-based participatory research project, Family Practice, Volume 34, Issue 3, 1 June 2017, Pages 305–312, https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmx006

2017       Salsberg J, Macridis S, Macaulay AC, Moore S, Members of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project - School Travel Planning Committee. Engagement strategies that foster community self-determination in participatory research: Insider ownership through outsider championship, Family Practice, Volume 34, Issue 3, 1 June 2017, Pages 336–340, https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmx001

2017 Allen M, Salsberg J, Knot M, LeMaster J, Felzien M, Westfall J, Herbert C, Vickery K, Culhane-Pera K, Ramsden V, Zittleman L, Martin M, Macaulay AC. Engaging with communities, engaging with patients: amendment to the NAPCRG 1998 Policy Statement on Responsible Research With Communities, Family Practice, Volume 34, Issue 3, 1 June 2017, Pages 313–321, https://doi.org/10.1093/fampra/cmw074

2017       Ramsden VR, Salsberg J, Herbert CP, Westfall JM, LeMaster J, Macaulay AC. Patient- and community-oriented research: How is authentic engagement identified in grant applications?. Can Fam Physician. 2017;63(1):74–76. PMCID: PMC5257224.

2016 Van Weel C, Turnbull D, Ramirez J, Bazemore A, Glazier RH, Jaen C, Phillips B, Salsberg J. Supporting Health Reform in Mexico: Experiences and suggestions from an international primary care conference. Annals of Family Medicine. May/June 2016 vol.14 no.3, 279-280. 2016

2015 Jagosh J, Bush PL, Salsberg J, Macaulay AC, Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Cargo M, Green LW, Herbert CP, Pluye P. A Realist Evaluation of Community-Based Participatory Research: Partnership synergy, trust building and related ripple effects. BMC Public Health, 15:725. 2015

2015 Salsberg J, Macridis S, Garcia Bengoechea E, Macaulay AC, Moore S, Members of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project - School Travel Planning Committee. Engaging Community Stakeholders for School-Based Physical Activity Intervention. Retos - Nuevas Tendencias en Educacion Fisica, Deporte y Recreacion, No. 28. 2015

2015 Salsberg J, Parry D, Pluye P, Macridis S, Herbert S, and Macaulay AC. Successful Strategies to Engage Research Partners for Translating Evidence into Action in Community Health: A Critical Review. Journal of Environmental and Public Health, vol. 2015, Article ID 191856, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/191856.

2014 *Hogan L, Garcia-Bengoechea E, Salsberg J, Jacobs J, King M, Macaulay AC. Using a participatory approach to the development of a school-based physical activity policy in an Indigenous community. Journal of School Health, 2014 Dec. Vol. 84(12). 2014

2014 Park MM, Zafran H, Stewart J, Salsberg J, Ells C, Rouleau S, Estein O, Valente TW. Transforming mental health services: a participatory mixed methods study to promote and evaluate the implementation of recovery-oriented services. Implement Sci. 2014 Sep 10;9(1):119. 2014

2013 AC Macaulay, J Jagosh, Pluye Pluye, PL. Bush and J Salsberg. "Quantitative Methods in Participatory Research: Being sensitive to issues of scientific validity, community safety, and the academic-community relationship." La Revue Nouvelles Pratiques Sociales, 25(2) 159-172

2013 Jagosh J, Pluye P, Wong G, Cargo M, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Herbert CP, Green LW, Greenhalgh T, Macaulay AC. "Critical Reflections on Realist Review: Insights From Customizing the Methodology to the Needs of Participatory Research Assessment." Research Synthesis Methods, Vol. 4(4).

2012 Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Pluye P, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Henderson J, Sirett E, Wong G, Cargo M, Herbert CP, Seifer SD, Green LW, Greenhalgh T. "Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice." Milbank Quarterly, 90(2). 2012

2012 Salsberg J, Seller R, Shea L, Macaulay AC. A Needs Assessment Informs Development of a Participatory Research Faculty Development Workshop. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. Volume 16(1); March 2012

2011 Pace R, Pluye P, Bartlett G, Macaulay AC, Salsberg J, Jagosh J, Seller R. Testing the reliability and efficiency of the pilot Mixed Methods Appraisal Tool (MMAT) for systematic mixed studies review. Int J Nurs Stud. 2011

2011 Pelletier JF, Lesage A, Delorme A, Macaulay AC, Salsberg J, Valle C, Davidson L. User-led Research: A Global and Person-Centered Initiative. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion. Vol 13(1). 2011

2011 AC Macaulay, J Jagosh, R Seller, J Henderson, M Cargo, T Greenhalgh, G Wong, J Salsberg, LW Green, C Herbert, P Pluye. Benefits of Participatory Research: A Rationale for a Realist Review. Global Health Promotion, 18(2); 45-48. 2011

2011 J Jagosh, P Pluye, AC Macaulay, J Salsberg, J Henderson, E Sirett, PL Bush, R Seller, G Wong, T Greenhalgh, M Cargo, CP Herbert, SD Seifer, LW Green. Assessing the Outcomes of Participatory Research: Protocol for Identifying, Selecting and Appraising the Literature for Realist Review. Implementation Science, 6(24). 2011

2009 D. Parry, J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. A Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). 2009

2009 JM. Westfall, LJ. Fagnan, M. Handley, J. Salsberg, P. McGinnis, LK. Zittleman, AC. Macaulay. Practice-Based Research is Community Engagement. J of the American Board of Fam Med 22 (4): 423-427. 2009

2007 AC. Macaulay, A. Ing, J. Salsberg, A. McGregor, C. Saad-Haddad, J. Rice, L. Montour, K. Gray-Donald. Community-based participatory research: sharing results with the community. An example of knowledge translation from the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education and Action 1(2), 143-152. 2007. 2007

2007 J. Salsberg, S. Louttit, AM. McComber, R. Fiddler, M. Naqshbandi, O. Receveur, SB. Harris, AC Macaulay. Knowledge, Capacity and Readiness: Translating Successful Experiences in CBPR for Health Promotion. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health 5(2) 2007

2006 M. Cargo, J. Salsberg, T. Delormier, S. Desrosiers, AC Macaulay. Understanding the social context of school health promotion program implementation. Health Education. 106(2), 85-97

2004 L. Lévesque, M. Cargo, J. Salsberg. Development of the Physical Activity Interactive Recall (PAIR) for Aboriginal Children. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2004, 1:8

2003 AC Macaulay, SB Harris, L. Lévesque, M. Cargo, E. Ford, J. Salsberg, et al. Primary prevention of type 2 diabetes: Experiences of two Aboriginal communities in Canada. Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 29(4) December 2003

Articles under review in peer reviewed journals

2018       Nguyen T, Graham ID, Mrklas KJ, Bowen S, Cargo M, Estabrooks CA, Kothari A, Lavis J, Macaulay AC, MacLeod M, Phipps D, Ramsden V, Renfrew MJ, Salsberg J. How does integrated knowledge translation (IKT) compare to other collaborative approaches to generating and translating knowledge? Learning from experts in the field. Implementation Science (under review).

2018       *Peretti M, Salsberg J, Karanofsky M, Ballard S, Wilchesky M. Barriers and Facilitators Associated with Antipsychotic Deprescribing for Residents with Dementia in Long-Term Care: A Mixed Methods Study. 2018 (under review).

2018      Hovey RB, Seganathy E, *Phillips M, Poulette A, King M, Macaulay AC, Gruber R. A Descriptive Inquiry into Sleep and the Sleep Habits of Children within an Indigenous Community. (Under Review). 

Reviews, book chapters, books

2018       Salsberg J and *Merati N. Participatory Health Research in North America: From Community Engagement to Evidence-Informed Practice. In MT Wright and K Kongats, eds. Participatory Health Research: Voices from Around the World. Springer. (in press). 

2018 Salsberg J, Macridis S, Delormier T, Hovey R, Andersson N, McComber A, Macaulay AC. Engaging communities to identify needs and develop solutions: Participatory research incorporates community voice in all aspects of health research decision-making In, Neil Arya, Thomas Piggott, Eds. Pursuing Health: Intervening to Improve Health Care of Underserved Populations in Canada.

2014 Macaulay AC and Salsberg J. “Health Care.” In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller, eds. Sage Encyclopedia of Action Research. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

2014 Salsberg J, Macaulay AC, Parry D. Guide to Integrated Knowledge Translation Research. In Ian D. Graham, Jacqueline M. Tetroe, and Alan Pearson, Eds. Turning Knowledge into Action: Practical Guidance on How to Do Integrated Knowledge Translation Research. Book 21 in the Synthesis Science in Healthcare book series. Wolters Kluwer-Joanna Briggs Institute.

2013 Salsberg J and Macaulay AC. "Linkage and Exchange Interventions. Ch. 3.4.c in, Sharon Straus, Jacqueline Tetroe and Ian D. Graham (Eds.)." Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice, 2nd Edition. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell/BMJ Books. ISBN: 978-1-1184-1354-8.

2013 Moore S, Salsberg J, Leroux J. "Advancing social capital intervention research from a network and population health equity perspective. In Ichiro Kawachi, Soshi Takao; S.V. Subramanian, Eds." Social Capital and Health, 2nd Ed. Springer, 2013.

2009 Pluye P, Grad RM, Repchinsky C, Farrell B, Johnson-Lafleur J, Bambrick T, Dawes M, Bartlett G, Rodriguez C, Jovaisas B, Fortin K, Tufts-Conrad D, Salsberg J, Macaulay A, Legare; F & Loiselle C. IAM: A comprehensive and systematic information assessment method for electronic knowledge resources. In A. Dwivedi (Ed.), Handbook of Research on IT Management and Clinical Data Administration in Healthcare. Hershey: IGI Publishing.

Abstracts and conference presentations:

Presentations as Guest Speaker:

2018       Salsberg J. “Collaborative Dissemination in Public and Patient Involvement.” AUDGPI Career Development Day. University of Limerick, 26 October 2018.

2018       Salsberg J. “Participatory Health Research Fosters Ownership in Public & Patient Involved Research.” Keynote Lecture, 3rd Annual HRI Public and Patient Involvement Summer School.  University of Limerick, 12 June, 2018.

2018       Salsberg J. “Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) leads to healthcare research with impact.” Grand Rounds, University Hospital Limerick. 6 April 2018.

2018       Salsberg J. "PPI Ignite at UL: Building Capacity for Effective Public and Patient Involvement in the Mid-West." Health Inequalities Network Meeting, Dept of Public Health, HSE Mid-West, March 2018.

2017 Salsberg, J. National University of Ireland – Galway. Keynote: “Learning from the Community: Community-Based Lessons for Academic and Clinical Participatory Health Research”. Keynote for International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research. May 23, 2017. Galway, Ireland.

2017 Salsberg, J. Department of Family Medicine, McGill University. “Using Social Network Analysis to Influence and Evaluate Stakeholder Engagement.” Seminar Series in Primary Care Research.

2016 Salsberg, J. Department of Family Medicine, McGill University. “Influencing and Evaluating Stakeholder Engagement with Social Network Analysis.” Departmental Seminar Series.

2014 Jagosh J; Bush P; Salsberg J; Wong G. Realist Methodology for Primary Healthcare Research: What Works, for Whom, Under What Circumstances and How? Pre-conference workshop. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting. New York, Nov. 21, 2014.

2014 J. Salsberg. “Integrating Knowledge Translation in Community Health Research.” CIHR-QPHRN Strategic Training Program in Transdisciplinary Research on Public Health Interventions: Promotion, Prevention and Public Policy (4P), McGill Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health, June 3, 2014

2014 J. Salsberg. “Building capacity for participatory research and integrated knowledge translation at McGill.” St. Mary’s Hospital Research Centre, Montreal, QC. 14 January, 2014.

2011 J. Salsberg. “Conducting Realist Reviews: Theory and methods for synthesising heterogeneous literature.” National Meeting of AHRNetS – The Secretariat of the CIHR National Network for Aboriginal Health Research. May 2011, Regina, SK.

2010 J. Salsberg. “Ethics of Community-Based Participatory Research.” Plenary panel presentation to the National conference and Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB-ACCER). Montreal, QC, May 1, 2010.

2009 J. Salsberg. “Conceptualising the Added Value of This Partnership for Mental Health Services Improvement.” Toward a Participatory Research Partnership for Mental Health Services Improvement (Pelletier, Davidson, Delorme, Lesage & Piat). April 8, 2009, Redpath Museum, Montréal, QC.

2008 J. Salsberg. "Integrating Knowledge Translation Through Participatory Research." 7th Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Summer Institute, June 22-25. Cornwall, ON. Invited Faculty.

Published Abstracts and Notes:

19 2013 Joseph W LeMaster; Ellen Rosenberg; Ann Macaulay; Jon Salsberg; Anne MacFarlane; Kevin Pottie; Yvan Leanza. Development of an International Coalition to Set an Agenda for Participatory Primary Care Practice Interventions With Patients From Immigrant Communities. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meetings. Ottawa, ON. November 2013. Family Medicine Vol 45 (Supl. 4), December, 2013.

18 2013 Justin Jagosh; Ann Macaulay; Jon Salsberg; Pierre Pluye; Paula Bush; Carol Herbert; Margaret Cargo; Geoff Wong; Trish Greenhalgh; Lawrence Green. Participatory Research Supports Program Sustainability and Expansion: Studying the Outcomes of Academic-Community Partnerships Through Qualitative Research. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meetings. Ottawa, ON. November 2013. Family Medicine Vol 45 (Supl. 4), December, 2013.

17 2013 Justin Jagosh; Ann C. Macaulay; Pierre Pluye; Jon Salsberg; Paula L. Bush; Carol P. Herbert; Trish Greenhalgh; Geoff Wong; Margaret Cargo; Lawrence W. Green; Sarena Seifer. "Assessing the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications for Primary Healthcare Research and Practice. Published Abstract of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). December 1-5, 2012, New Orleans, LA." Family Medicine Vol 45 (Suppl 1), January 2013.

16 2013 Justin Jagosh; Ann Macaulay; Jon Salsberg; Paula Bush; Pierre Pluye; Carol Herbert; Trish Greenhalgh; Geoff Wong; Margaret Cargo; Lawrence Green; Sarena Seifer. "Realist Review Methodology to Assess Complexity in Primary Healthcare Research and Practice. Published Abstract of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). December 1-5, 2012, New Orleans, LA." Family Medicine Vol 45 (Suppl 1), January 2013.

15 2013 Gillian Bartlett; Mark Yaffe; Charo Rodriguez; Jamie Demore; Ann Macaulay; Jon Salsberg; Pierre-Paul Tellier; Pierre Pluye; Mark Ware; Deniz Sahin; Miriam Boillat. "The McGill Family Medicine Graduate Program: Evaluating the Link Between Plurality of Research Training and Advancing the Discipline of Family Medicine. Published Abstract of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). December 1-5, 2012, New Orleans, LA." Family Medicine Vol 45 (Suppl 1), January 2013.

14 2013 *Maedeh Khayyat Kholghi; Gillian Bartlett; Morgan Phillips; Alex McComber; Jon Salsberg; Ann Macaulay. "Using Participatory Research to Assess an Elementary School Diabetes Prevention Health Curriculum. Published Abstract of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG). December 1-5, 2012, New Orleans, LA." Family Medicine Vol 45 (Suppl 1), January 2013.

13 2012 Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Pluye P, Salsberg J, Henderson J, Bush PL, Green LW, Cargo M, Wong J, Greenhalgh T, Herbert C. "Better Understanding the Benefits of Long-term Partnerships: Findings From a Realist Review Assessing Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR). Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings, Banff, AB, November 2011." Family Medicine Vol 44 (Suppl 1), January 2012.

12 2011 AC Macaulay, M Knot, J Salsberg, A Adams, M Allen, N Amirlatifi, J Azar, C Berberian, C Bourassa, D Brouillette, P Bush, S Cowart, J Crowe, C Culhane-Perra, R Delatorres, E Diloia, R Elwood Martin, M Felzien, MC Gatineau, E Gilles-Poitras, V Granikov, R Gruber, D Hansen, Carol P. Herbert, Albert Herscovitch, Mika Hing, Kenneth Hung, Erika Kleiderman, M Korchinski, S Kruger, JW LeMaster, A Letcher, D Main, M Malus, AM McComber, S McKay, M Mckenna, Jennifer McNeil, Kelly Murphy, Ned Norman, Kelly Patrick, Shanon Pergermant, Judy Peters, VR Ramsden, Y Rodriguez, D Saltman, S Sanchez, Z Schwartz, C Shackleford, G Somerville, V d’Souza, L Taub-Pervizpour, B Valentine, G Ware, J Westfall. "Processes and Relationships in Participatory Health Research. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 43 (Suppl 1); January 2011.

11 2011 L Zhelyazkova, MJ Morales Cushcagua; AC Macaulay, L Graves, J Salsberg, L Shea, A Evans, JW Yang, J Desalliers. "Prevalence of Parasite Infections In Children Aged 2-14 In a Rural Indigenous Community In Ecuador Following Participatory Research Approach. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 43 (Suppl 1); January 2011.

10 2011 R Pace; P Pluye, G Bartlett, J Salsberg, J Jagosh, R Seller, AC Macaulay. "Reliability of a Tool for Appraising Methodological Quality of Qualitative, Quantitive And Mixed Methods Studies. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 43 (Suppl 1); January 2011.

9 2011 J Jagosh, AC. Macaulay, P Pluye, J Salsberg, J Henderson, R Seller, T Greenhalgh, G Wong, C Herbert, M Cargo, LW Green. "The Benefits of Community-based Participatory Research: A Realist Review. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 43 (Suppl 1); January 2011.

8 2010 Macaulay, AC; Pluye, P; Salsberg, J; Seller, R; Jagosh, J; Henderson J; Greenhalgh T; Wong G; Herbert C; Cargo M; Green LW; Gascon-Barre, M; Mowat, D; Stachenko, S; Lapore, I; Seifer, S; Clements, D; Desjardins, S. "Are There Benefits to Participatory Research?: A systematic realist review of community-based health research partnerships. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

7 2010 M Malus, V Granikov, CA. Holcroft, J Johnson-Lafleur, J Salsberg, AC Macaulay. "Herzl Today, Tomorrow and the Future: Using participatory research to study patient satisfaction at a family medicine teaching centre. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

6 2010 Westfall, J; Fagnan, LJ, Handley, M; Salsberg, J; McGinnis, P; Zittleman, L; Macaulay, AC. "Getting the Community Out of Community Based Participatory Research (workshop). North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

5 2010 Evans, A; Zhelyazkova, L; Yang, JW; Morales Cushcagua, MJ;, Shea, L; Salsberg, J; Macaulay, AC; Graves, L. "Medical Students Applying Participatory Research Approach with a Rural Indigenous Village in Ecuador. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

4 2010 Westfall J, Martin R, Ramsden V, Salsberg J, Delormier T, Felzien M, Macaulay AC. "Process, Relationships and Evaluation in Participatory Research (PR) and Indigenous Health Research (preconference workshop). North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

3 2010 D Parry, C Herbert, AC Macaulay, P Pluye, J Salsberg. "What Strategies Enable a Successful Participatory Research Partnership Process? North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

2 2010 Johnson-Lafleur J, Pluye P, Grad RM, Repchinsky C, Jovaisas B, Bartlett G, Farrell B, Tufts-Conrad D, Mastroguiseppe D, Légaré F, Loiselle C, Rodriguez C, Salsberg J, Dawes M, Cohendet P, Macaulay A . "Relevance, cognitive impact, use and perceived benefits of e-textbook information delivered via email. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010.

1 2008 J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. Building Capacity for Participatory Research at McGill University. Proceedings of the 3rd Community-University Exposition (CUExpo), Victoria BC, May 5-7 2008.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Oral Presentations, Posters and Workshops (other than listed above in Published Abstracts)

29 2017 Salsberg J, O’Brien N, Fernandez N, Young S. Studio sur la recherche participative - comment gérer les enjeux éthiques et opérationnels. Journée annuelle du Réseau-1 Québec. McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

28 2015 Jon Salsberg, Ann Macaulay, *Soultana Macridis, Enrique Garcia Bengoechea, Spencer Moore, Judi Jacobs, Morrison King. How Do Non-Academic Partners Come to Take Ownership of University-Initiated Research Projects? North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings, Cancun Mexico, October-23-28, 2015.

27 2015 *R. Simmons, J. Salsberg, G. Bartlett, P. Nugus, L. Stanley, S.B. Harris. Community Knowledge Mobilization and the Community Readiness Model Tool: A case study of diabetes in selected First Nations Communities in Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings, Cancun Mexico, October-23-28, 2015.

26 2014 *Soultana Macridis; Enrique García Bengoechea; Alex McComber; Jon Salsberg, Ann Macaulay; The School Travel Planning Committee. Planning for Active Transportation to School with the Kanien’kehàka (Mohawk) Community of Kahnawáke, Quebec, Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting. New York, Nov. 21, 2014.

25 2014 *Rachel Simmons; Jon Salsberg; Peter Nugus; Linda Stanley; Margaret Cargo; Stewart Harris; Gillian Bartlett. Community Mobilization and the Community Readiness Model Tool for Diabetes Prevention: A Case Study Within Selected First Nations Communities in Canada. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting. New York, Nov. 21, 2014.

24 2014 Jamie DeMore; Gillian Bartlett; Alexandra Dimmer; Alexandra Fletcher; Roland Grad; Peter Nugus; Pierre Pluye; Charo Rodriguez; Jon Salsberg; Pierre Tellier; Isabelle Vedel; Mark Ware; Mark Yaffe. Moving on Up: Progress of a Family Medicine Graduate Training Program. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting. New York, Nov. 21, 2014.

23 2014 Jon Salsberg, Jacobs J, Macridis S, McComber AM, Macaulay AC, Garcia-Bengochea E, King M, Moore S. "A Social Network Perspective on Ownership and Self-Determination in Participatory Research." Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH), May 1-3, 2014, Chicago, IL.

22 2013 Jon Salsberg, Lindsay Hogan, Judi Jacobs, KSDPP (Contributors: Enrique Garcia Bengoechea, Morrison King, Soultana Macridis). "How Do Community Stakeholders and Researchers Come Together to Develop Health Policy? Lessons from the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project on Developing a School-Based Physical Activity Policy." CU Expo 2013 - Community-University Exposition, Corner Brook, Nfld. June 12-15, 2013.

21 2013 Ann C. Macaulay, Jon Salsberg, Sarena Seifer. "Quantitative Methods in Participatory Research: Being Sensitive to Issues of Scientific Validity, Community Protection, and the Academic-Community Relationship." CU Expo 2013 - Community-University Exposition, Corner Brook, Nfld. June 12-15, 2013.

20 2013 Jon Salsberg, Sarena Seifer, Ann C. Macaulay. "Examining the Unexpected and Unintended Outcomes of Community-Based Participatory Research." CU Expo 2013 - Community-University Exposition, Corner Brook, Nfld. June 12-15, 2013.

19 2011 J Jagosh, J Salsberg, P Pluye , AC Macaulay, P Bush. "Applying Realist Review Methodology to Complex Health Intervention Assessment (Workshop)." Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) Annual Meetings, Montreal, June 19-22 2011.

18 2011 J Salsberg, AC Macaulay. "Assessing the Outcomes of Community-Based Participatory Research: A Realist Review of What Works, for Whom, and in What Circumstances." CU Expo 2011, Waterloo, ON., May 10-14.

17 2008 J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. "Building Capacity for Participatory Research at McGill University." Proceedings of the 3rd Community-University Exposition (CUExpo), Victoria BC, May 5-7 2008.

16 2008 J. Salsberg. "Weaving Knowledge Translation Through Participatory Research." CASCA 2008 - Canadian Anthropological Society Annual Meetings, Ottawa, ON, May 7-9.

15 2008 J. Salsberg, S. Louttit, AM. McComber, R. Fiddler, M. Naqshbandi, O. Receveur, SB. Harris, AC Macaulay. "Knowledge, Capacity and Readiness: Translating Successful Experiences in CBPR for Health Promotion." Health Canada - FNIHB First Nations, Inuit and Metis Research Conference. April 16-18, Montreal.

14 2006 J. Salsberg, S. Louttit, R. Fiddler, et al. "Implementing Lessons Learned from KSDPP and SLHDP in Moose Factory, ON." National Aboriginal Diabetes Association (NADA) 4th National Conference. Winnipeg, February, 2006 .

13 2005 AM. Kirby, L. Lévesque, V. Wabano, J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. "Perceived environment and physical activity involvement in a northern-rural, Aboriginal community." ISBNPA-International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meetings, Amsterdam .

12 2005 AM. Kirby, L. Lévesque, V. Wabano, J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. "Perceived environment and physical activity involvement in a northern-rural, Aboriginal community." CDA-Canadian Diabetes Association Annual Meetings, Edmonton, October 2005. Published abstract: Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 31(3) Sept 2005

11 2004 AM Kirby, L Lévesque, J Salsberg, A McComber. "Participatory rural appraisal of physical activity resources in Moose Factory, Ontario: A proposed study (poster)." Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health National Graduate Student Conference, Edmonton AB. May 2004.

10 2004 J. Salsberg. "Primary Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes in Two Aboriginal Communities in Canada." National Aboriginal Diabetes Association (NADA) 3rd National Conference. Vancouver, January 2004 .

9 2003 J. Salsberg, T. Delormier, M. Cargo, V. Goodleaf. "The Schoolteachers’ roles in implementing the objectives of community-based diabetes prevention. Canadian Diabetes Association Professional Conference, Ottawa, October 2003. Published abstract." Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 29(3) Sept 2003.

8 2003 J. Salsberg, E. Ford. "Primary prevention of type 2 diabetes: A tale of two Aboriginal communities in Canada. Canadian Diabetes Association Professional Conference, Ottawa, October 2003. Published abstract." Canadian Journal of Diabetes. 29(3) Sept 2003.

7 2001 J. Salsberg (Discussant). "Panel on Aboriginal Rights and Governance." CASCA/AES/SCA Meetings, Montreal.

6 2001 D. Gattermann, J. Salsberg. "The Contemporary Practice of Aboriginal Traditional Healing." CASCA/AES/SCA 2001 Meetings, Montreal.

5 2001 J. Salsberg (Panel Chair). "The Decolonisation of Aboriginal Health Care." CASCA/AES/SCA Meetings, Montreal.

4 2000 J. Salsberg. "Gender and Mystification Theory in Mushuau Innu Socio-economic Development." STANDD Speakers Series, McGill University.

3 2000 J. Salsberg. "The Construction of Innu Identity Through Media Contestation of the Voisey's Bay Mine Development and the Innu Nation Land Claim." 32nd Algonquian Conference, McCord Museum, Montreal.

2 1999 J. Salsberg. "History and Identity: Aboriginal Rights, Mushuau Innu Development and the Income Security Programme." AGREE Speakers Series, McGill University.

1 1997 J. Salsberg. "Hunting and Identity: Mushuau Innu development and Income Security." CASCA Annual Meetings, St. John’s Nfld.

Others, including non-referred publications

Dissertations:

2 A Social Network Perspective on Ownership and Self-Determination in Participatory Research, Queen's University at Kingston, Canada, Ontario, Supervisor: Spencer Moore (2015-07-21)

Funding Sources Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (Funding Reference Number:265484)

1 History, Tradition and Aboriginal Rights: A Harvesters' Support Program For the Mushuau Innu of Utshimassits (Davis Inlet), Labrador, McGill University, Canada, Quebec, Supervisor: CH Scott (2001-05-31) Master's Thesis Funding Source: Fonds-FCAR (Quebec) Masters Scholarship.

Newspaper Articles:

1 Jon Salsberg, “Devil’s Tower Ban,” Wotanging Ikche: Native American News, Edition: Vol. 04(28), (1996-07-18)

Encyclopaedia Entries

1 AC Macaulay, J Salsberg, “Health Care,” in, SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research, Editors: David Coghlan, Mary Brydon-Miller. Sage, Thousand Oaks, (2014)

Online Resources

1 D. Parry, J. Salsberg, AC. Macaulay. Guide to Researcher and Knowledge-User Collaboration in Health Research. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Knowledge Translation Learning Module. http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44954.html (2009-08-04)

Professional Publications

1 Salsberg J, Macridis S. “To do it, You’ve Got to Own it!” WellSpring, Vol. 27, No. 11. Alberta Centre for Active Living. Nov. 2016. ISSN: 1187-7472 http://www.centre4activeliving.ca .

Research/Fellowship Awards: 

Fellowships and Personal Awards:

- Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship (Canada) 2017

- CIHR Doctoral Award - Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship 2012-2015

- Anishnabe Kekendezone Network Environment for Aboriginal Health Research (AK-NEAHR) Doctoral Scholarship 2011-2012

- OGS Ontario Graduate Scholarship 2010-2011

- Senator Frank Carrel Fellowship (Canada) 2010-2011

Research Awards (Grants):

Ireland:

- HRB PPI Ignite UL 2018-2021 (Co-Applicant)

- GEMS 10 PhD 2017-2021 (Principal Applicant / Supervisor)

Canada:

- CIHR Foundation Scheme - Moving knowledge into action for more effective practice, programs and policy: A research program focusing on integrated knowledge translation (PI: Graham, ID). $4,600,000 (ROLE: Co-Applicant) 2015-2020

- CIHR Catalyst Grant - Wise Funding Practice: Exploring Indigenous funding criteria with a CBR team (PI: Robinson, M). $33,000 (ROLE: Principal Knowledge-User) 2015-2016

- Partnerships for Health System Improvement: Transforming mental health services: A participatory mixed methods study to promote and evaluate the implementation of recovery-oriented care (PI: M. Park). $300,000 (Co-Applicant) 2013-2016

- CIHR-Operating Grant: Transformation of Indigenous Primary Healthcare Delivery (FORGE AHEAD): Community-driven Innovations and Strategic Scale-up Toolkits. (PI: SB. Harris). $2,500,000 (Co-Applicant; Section Co-Lead) 2013-17

- CIHR Dissemination Events - A Realist Review of Participatory Research: Disseminating the results to knowledge users in community-engaged scholarship, public health, health funding, and ethics review (PI: AC Macaulay). $25,000 (Co-Applicant) 2013-14

- Preventing Childhood Sexual Violence in Inuit Communities in Canada (PI: K. Johnson). $100,000 (Co-Applicant) 2013-14

-Addressing a gender gap in school-based mental health promotion: Planning an implementation study with multiple stakeholders (PI: C MITCHELL). $25,000 (Co-Applicant) 2012

- Croiser les savoirs pour changer les pratiques: une recherche participative pour améliorer l'interaction entre les personnes en situation de pauvreté et les professionnels dentaires. (PIs: BEDOS, Christophe Pierre; DUPÉRÉ, Sophie). $202,000 (Co-Applicant) 2012-14

- Starving for Sleep: Prevention of Childhood Obesity by Rapid Translation and Dissemination of Research via a University/School-Board Partnership (PI: GRUBER, R.). $200,000 (Co-Applicant) 2012-14

- Participatory Policy Intervention to Promote School-Based Physical Activity (PI: Enrique Garcia). $190,000 (Co-Applicant, Project Lead) 2011-2013

-India-Canada Collaborative Teams in Childhood Obesity Research: Foundational Work for a Brain-to-Society Diagnostic for Prevention of Childhood Obesity and its Chronic Diseases Consequences (PIs: DANIEL, Mark ; DUBÉ, Laurette ; EL-SOHEMY, Ahmed). $499,729 (Co-Applicant) 2012-15

- CIHR Network Environments for Aboriginal Health Research (PI: F Wien). $9,297,961 (Co-Applicant) 2010-13

- CIHR-MPD: Faire du rétablissement une réalité (PI: PIAT, Pyra). $24,000 (Co-Applicant) 2010

- CIHR-MPD: Developing a Partnership for the Implementation of Recovery in Quebec (PI: PIAT, Myra). $15,000 (Co-Applicant) 2010

- CIHR-MPD: Advancing Primary Health Care for and with Urban Aboriginal People in Montreal (PI: MACDONALD, Mary Ellen) . $9,655 (Co-Applicant) 2010

-CIHR-MPD: Strategic planning and knowledge translation for KSDPP (PI: GRAY-DONALD, Katherine A). $38,000 (Co-Applicant) 2010

- CIHR-MPD: Ottawa ACADRE/AK-NEAHR Colloquium for Knowledge-User Linkage and Exchange. $39,140 (Principal Applicant) 2009

- CIHR-MPD Adding Processes and Relationships to a Participatory Research Policy (PI: AC Macaulay). $15,000 (Co-Applicant) 2009

- CIHR-MPD: Improving Patient Safety through Pharmacogenomics in Primary Care: Building Partnerships (PI: G. Bartlett-Esquilant). $15,000 (Co-Applicant) 2008.

- CIHR-MPD: Toward a Participatory Research Partnership for Mental Health Services Improvement (PI: JF Pelletier). $25,000 (Co-Applicant) 2008.

Higher Degree Supervision: 

Ireland:

- GEMS 10 PhD Candidate Meghan Gilfoyle

Canada:

- Master's (Thesis):

Nickoo Merati, Department of Family Medicine, McGill (Principal Supervisor)

Rachel Simmons, Department of Family Medicine, McGill (Principal Supervisor)

Matteo Peretti, Department of Family Medicine, McGill (Co-Supervisor)

Jessica Goldschleger, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill (Co-Supervisor)

Lindsay Hogan, Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, McGill (Co-Supervisor)

Maedeh Khayyat Kholghi, Department of Family Medicine, McGill (Co-Supervisor)

- Doctorate:

Morgan Kahentonni Phillips, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill (Co-Supervisor)

Joanne de Montigny, University of Ottawa, Public Health (Co-Supervisor)

Christina Dore, School of Nursing, University of New Brunswick (Co-Supervisor)

Additional Information: 

- Co-Chair for Participatory Research in Primary Care, Committee on the Advancement of the Science of Family Medicine, North American Primary Care Research Group

- Chair, Community Based Research and Evaluation, Ontario HIV Treatment Network.