Faculty Member

Melanie Barwick PhD (McGill), MA (OISE U Toronto) BA (McGill)

Email Address(es)
melanie.barwick@sickkids.ca
Office Phone
416-813-1085
Office Address
The Hospital for Sick Children, 180 Dundas St. W., Ste 2600 Toronto, ON M5G 1X8
Website(s)
Melanie Barwick Consulting
Division(s)/Office
Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division
Office of Global Public Health Education & Training
Position
Associate Professor
SGS Status
Full Member
Appointment Status
Status Only

Research Interests

  • Implementation science
  • Knowledge Translation
  • Children’s mental health systems
  • Outcome measurement

Education & Training History

Post-Doc, 1996, C.M.Hincks Institute, Infant Mental Health

Post-Doc, 1994, Psychiatry University of Toronto / C. M. Hincks Institute, Developmental Psychopathology

Ph.D., 1993, McGill University, Educational Psychology

M.A., 1989, OISE / University of Toronto, Special Education

B.A., 1986, McGill University, Psychology

Other Affiliations

Associate Professor, Psychiatry – Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • Scientist Knowledge Translation Training Course (Learning Institute, SickKids)

http://www.sickkids.ca/Learning/AbouttheInstitute/Programs/Knowledge-Translation/Scientist-Knowledge-Translation-Training-Workshop/Scientist-Knowledge-Tranlation-Training-Workshop.html

  • Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate (Learning Institute, SickKids)

http://www.sickkids.ca/Learning/AbouttheInstitute/Programs/Knowledge-Translation/Knowledge-Translation-Professional-Certificate/Knowledge-Translation-Professional-Certificate.html

Professional Summary & Appointments

Melanie Barwick, PhD, CPsych is a Senior Scientist in the Child Evaluative Sciences Program of the Research Institute, and Head of the Child and Youth Mental Health Research Unit (CYMHRU) in the Department of Psychiatry at SickKids (The Hospital for Sick Children). She is affiliated with the SickKids’ Learning Institute where she conducts professional development in knowledge translation, and with the SickKids Centre for Global Child Health, as a scientist and member of the leadership.

At the University of Toronto, she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. She chairs the Creative Professional Activity Committee for the Department of Psychiatry, and is a member of the Departmental Promotions Committee.

She is an Executive Board Member for the Children and Youth in Challenging Contexts (CCYC) Network Centre of Excellence and the Global Implementation Initiative (GII), and an Associate Editor for the journal, Evidence & Policy. Dr. Barwick consults to government and service providers in the child and youth mental health, health and education sectors, and extends her impact via a varied social media presence.

Dr. Barwick is an internationally recognized expert in implementation science and knowledge translation, and has a program of research that spans health, mental health, education, and global health sectors. Her research aims to improve the implementation of evidence into practice and to broaden the reach of evidence more generally to support decision making, policy, knowledge and awareness. She brings practical field experience in implementation, as lead technical assistance supporting outcome measurement for 120 Ontario CYMH provider organizations (2000-2015). She developed and provides professional development in knowledge translation internationally through the Scientist Knowledge Translation Training™ (for researchers) and the Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate™ (for KT practitioners) (http://tinyurl.com/p2p5du6); the latter has been recognized as a Leading Practice by Accreditation Canada and has 210 graduates worldwide (Brazil, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, United States, and United Arab Emirates). Since 2004, SKTT has trained over 2000 individuals internationally, and is the go-to KT training resource for many Canadian health funders and organizations.

Honours & Awards

2013 Professional profile in the third edition of the Hunsley and Lee textbook: Introduction to clinical psychology: An evidence-based approach, which will be published by Wiley in 2013.

2012 Judy Elder Alumae Award, The Study School, Montreal Quebec

2010 Stephen Leacock McGill University Alumni Award

2006 Shortlisted Story for CHSRF “Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future of Evidence-Informed Decision-Making”

2006 Yorktown Family Services Community Award, Presented to Community Health Systems Resource Group, Hospital for Sick Children, for collaborative research conducted with Dr. M. Barwick and Ms. D. Urajnik

2006 Best Poster, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation’s 8th Annual Invitational Workshop – Innovation through Collaboration: Working together for an evidence-informed health system.

2006 Barwick, M. (SRA), Boydell, K.M., Basnett, D., O’Hara, B., Ferguson, H.B., & Haines, R. (2006). Using knowledge translation for practice change in children’s mental health. CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research. Evidence in action, acting on evidence: A casebook of health services and policy research knowledge translation. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2006.

2002 Minister’s Award for Knowledge Transfer Research, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Ontario

1989 Student Research Award, Joint Conference on Learning Disabilities, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Current Research Projects

As PI:

2010-2012 The Medical Home of Children and Youth in Canada, NPI Astrid Guttmann (Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences); Co-PIs: Melanie Barwick,; Louise Hanvey, Principal Knowledge User, Canadian Institute for Child Health; Marilyn Booth, Knowledge User, Hospital for Sick Children; Ian Manion, Knowledge User, The Provincial Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health at CHEO; Charlotte Moore, Knowledge User, Ontario Ministry of Health; John Joseph Reisman, Knowledge User, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario; CIHR $94,402 (1 year)

As CI:

A pragmatic randomized controlled trial of an Integrated Collaborative Care Team (ICCT) model for youth with mental health and addiction challenges. Ontario SPOR Support Unit IMPACT Award (Government of Ontario & Canadian Institutes of Health Research). Szatmari, P (NPI), Henderson, J. (Co-PI), Cheung, A. (Co-PI), Cleverley, K. (Co-PI), Chaim, G. (Co-PI), Andrade, B. , Bartha, C., Barwick, M., Campbell, M., Carlisle, C., Charach, A., Courey, L., de Oliveira, C., Doan, K., Fainer, C., Ferguson, E., Gladstone, B., Heffernan, O., Herzog, T., Kurdyak, P., Lemke, K., Levy, M., Lin, E., McCullum, T., McDonald, H., MacKenzie, S., McKenzie, K., Mehta, K., Monga, S., O’Brien, D., Pignatiello, T., Rhodes, A., Rotem, A., Young, L., & Zaretsky, A. $1,800,000. (3 years: 06/2015-05/2018).

It Doesn’t Have to Hurt: A Science-Media Partnership to Mobilize Evidence about Children’s Pain to Parents. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Knowledge to Action. PI: Chambers, C.T. Collaborator(s): Ehm, E., Barwick, M., Bender, J., Campbell-Yeo, M., Collier, G., Goldman, R., Mogil J., O’Hara, K., Stevens, B., Taddio, A., Witteman, H. 200,000 CAD.

It Doesn’t Have to Hurt: Extending our reach to help parents of children undergoing painful procedures. Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation (NSHRF). Knowledge Sharing Support Awards. PI: Chambers, C.T. and Campbell-Yeo, M. Collaborator(s): Chorney, J., McGrath, P., Barwick, M., Witteman, H. 10,000 CAD.

Implementing highly specialized and evidence-based pediatric eating disorder treatment in Ontario. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Knowledge to Action. Collaborator(s): Nominated PA: Jennifer Couturier, Nominated Knowledge User: Marlene Boettcher (Sudbury ON), CIs: Melissa Kimber (McMaster U), Alison Niccols (McMaster U), Sheri Findlay (McMaster U), Sherry Van Blyderveen (McMaster U), Cheryl Webb (McMaster U), Melanie Barwick (SickKids). 190,091 CAD.

Before, during and after: Service use in the mental health and health sectors within Ontario for children and youth with mental health problems. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Open Grant. PI: Reid, Graham. Collaborator(s): Reid, G. J., Barwick, M., Cairney, Carter, J. R., , Kurdyak, P., Neufeld, R., W. J., Schraeder, K. E., St.Pierre, J., Stewart, S. L., Tobon, J. I., Vingilis,E.R. & Zaric, G. S. 385,592 CAD.

Accepted or In Press (1)

  1. Barwick, M.A. (SRA), Urajnik, D., Sumner, L., Cohen, S., Reid, G., Engel, K. (Accepted Nov 9 2011; anticipated release date November 2013). Profiles and Service Utilization for Children Accessing a Mental Health Walk-In Clinic versus Usual Care. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work.

Referred Publications (24):

Journal Articles
1. Yamada, J., Shorkey, A., Barwick, M., Widger, K., Stevens, B. The effectiveness of toolkits as knowledge translation strategies for integrating evidence into clinical care: A systematic review. BMJ Open. 2015 Apr 13;5(4). Coauthor or Collaborator.
2. Couturier, J., Kimber, M., Lock, J., Barwick, M., McVey, G., Findlay, S., Webb, C., Boettcher, M., Niccols, A., Woodford, T. Implementing highly specialized and evidence-based pediatric eating disorder treatment: protocol for a mixed methods evaluation. Implementation Science. 2015 Mar 28;10(1):40. Coauthor or Collaborator.
3. Lewis CC, Stanick C, Martinez R, Weiner BJ, Kim M, Barwick M, Comtois KA. The Society for Implementation Research Collaboration Instrument Review Project: A Methodology to Promote Rigorous Evaluation. Implementation Science. 2015;10(2). Coauthor or Collaborator.
4. Reid G, Stewart S, Zaric G, Carter J, Neufeld R, Tobon J, Barwick M, Vingilis E. Defining episodes of care in children’s mental health using administrative data. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. 2014 Oct 20. In Press. Coauthor or Collaborator.
5. Barac R, Stein S, Bruce B, Barwick M. Scoping review of toolkits as a knowledge translation strategy in health. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. 2014.
6. Cunningham, C.E., Barwick, M.A., Short, K., Chen, Y., Ratcliffe, J., Rimas, H., & Mielko, S. Modeling the mental health practice change preferences of educators: a discrete–choice conjoint experiment. School Mental Health. 2014;6:1-14. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24563679. Senior Responsible Author.
7. Barwick M, Barac R, Akrong LM, Johnson S, Chaban P. Bringing evidence to the classroom: exploring educator notions of evidence and preferences for practice change. International Education Research. 2014;2(4):1-15. doi: 10.12735/ier.v2i4p01. Principal Author.
8. Barwick M, Phipps D, Myers G, Johnny M, Coriandoli R. Knowledge translation and strategic communications: Unpacking differences and similarities for scholarly and research communications. Scholarly and Research Communication. 2014;5(3):1-14. Principal Author.
9. Stevens B, Yamada J, Promislow S, Stinson J, Harrison D, Victor JC, CIHR Team in Children’s Pain. Implementation of multidimensional knowledge translation strategies to improve procedural pain in hospitalized children. Implementation Science. 2014;9(120). Coauthor or Collaborator.
10. Stevens BJ, Yamada J, Estabrooks CA, Stinson J, Campbell F, Scott SD, Cummings G; CIHR Team in Children’s Pain: Barwick M, Chambers C, Cohen J, Finley GA, Harrison D, Johnston C, Latimer M, Lee S, Le May S, McGrath P, Rashotte J, Rosmus C, Sawatzky-Dickson D, Sidani S, Stremler R, Synnes A, Taddio A, Victor JC, Villeneuve E, Warnock F, Willan AR. Pain in hospitalized children: Effect of a multidimensional knowledge translation strategy on pain process and clinical outcomes. Pain. 2014;155(1):60-68. Coauthor or Collaborator.
11. Fearing G, Barwick MA & Kimber M. Clinical transformation: implementation of evidence-based practices from the management perspective. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. 2013 Mar. Online first, DOI 10.1007/s10488-013-0481-9. Senior Responsible Author.
12. Barwick MA, Urajnik D, Sumner L, Cohen S, Reid G, Engel K. Profiles and Service Utilization for Children Accessing a Mental Health Walk-In Clinic versus Usual Care. Journal of Evidence Based Social Work. 2013;10(4):338-352. DOI: 10.1080/15433714.2012.663676. Senior Responsible Author.
13. Rashotte J, Harrison D, Coburn G, Yamada J, Stevens BJ; CIHR Team in Children’s Pain: Barwick M, Campbell F, Chambers C, Cohen J, Cummings G, Estabrooks CA, Finley GA, Johnston C, Latimer M, Lee S, McGrath P, Sawatzky-Dickson D, Scott SD, Sidani S, Stremler R, Synnes A, Taddio A, Victor JC, Villeneuve E, Warnock F, Willan AR. Health care professionals’ pain narratives in hospitalized children’s medical records. Part 2: structure and content. Pain Research and Management. 2013;18(5):75-83. Coauthor or Collaborator.
14. Rashotte J, Coburn G, Harrison D, Stevens BJ, Yamada J, Abbott LK; CIHR Team in Children’s Pain: Barwick M, Campbell F, Chambers C, Cohen J, Cummings G, Estabrooks CA, Finley GA, Johnston C, Latimer M, Lee S, McGrath P, Sawatzky-Dickson D, Scott SD, Sidani S, Stremler R, Synnes A, Taddio A, Victor JC, Villeneuve E, Warnock F, Willan AR. Health care professionals’ pain narratives in hospitalized children’s medical records. Part 1: pain descriptors. Pain Research and Management. 2013;18(5):84-93. Coauthor or Collaborator.
15. Barwick MA, Urajnik D, & Moore JE. Training and Maintaining System-Wide Reliability in Outcome Management. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2012 Dec. DOI: 10.1007/s10826-012-9694-x (Online First). Senior Responsible Author.
16. Barwick MA, Schachter H, Bennett LM, McGowan J, Ly M, Wilson A, Bennett K, Buchanan DH, Fergusson D, & Manion I. Knowledge translation efforts in child and youth mental health: A systematic review. Journal of Evidence Based Social Work. 2012;9(4):369-395. DOI 10.1080/15433714.2012.663667. Senior Responsible Author.
17. Barwick MA, Bennett LM, Johnson SN, McGowan J, & Moore JE. Training health and mental health professionals in motivational interviewing: A systematic review. Children and Youth Services Review. 2012;34(2012):1786-1795. DOI information: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2012.05.01. Senior Responsible Author.
18. Kimber M, Barwick M, & Fearing G. Becoming an Evidence-Based Service Provider: Staff Perceptions and Experiences of Organizational Change. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. 2012;39(3):314-332. DOI 10.1007/s11414-012-9276-0. Senior Responsible Author.
19. Stevens BJ, Harrison D, Rashotte J, Yamada J, Abbott LK, Coburn G, Stinson J, Le May S; CIHR Team in Children’s Pain: Barwick M, Campbell F, Chambers C, Cohen J, Cummings G, Estabrooks CA, Finley GA, Johnston C, Latimer M, Lee S, McGrath P, Sawatzky-Dickson D, Scott SD, Sidani S, Stremler R, Synnes A, Taddio A, Victor JC, Villeneuve E, Warnock F, Willan AR. Pain assessment and intensity in hospitalized children in Canada. Journal of Pain. 2012;13(9):857-865. Coauthor or Collaborator.
20. Stevens B, Abbott LK, Yamada J, Harrison D, Stinson J, Taddio A, Barwick M, Latimer M, Scott S, Rashotte J, Campbell F, Finley A, with the CIHR Team in Pediatric Pain. Epidemiology and Management of Painful Procedures in Hospitalized Children across Canada. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2011 Apr;183(7):E403 – E410. doi:10.1503/cmaj.101341v. Coauthor or Collaborator.
21. Bruce B, Snowdon A, Cunningham CE, Cramm CL, Whittle K, Correale H, Barwick M, Piotrowski C, Warda L. Predicting Parents’ Use of Booster Seats. Injury Prevention. 2011 Mar 17;17(5):313-318. IP Online First, 10.1136/ip.2010.029181. Coauthor or Collaborator.
22. Barwick M, Kimber M, & Fearing G. Shifting Sands: A Case Study of Process Change in Scaling Up for Evidence-Based Practice. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management. 2011;10(8):97-114. This paper was nominated and is a finalist for paper of the year for the International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management http://theorganisation.com/2011/05/09/management-journal-award-finalists-2/. Senior Responsible Author.
23. Barwick M. Master’s level clinician competencies in child and youth behavioral health care. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth. 2011;11(2):32-39. Senior Responsible Author.
24. Cunningham CE, Bruce B, Snowdon A, Chen Y, Barwick M. Modeling improvements in booster seat use: a discrete choice conjoint experiment. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2011. doi:10.1016/j.aap.2011.05.018. Coauthor or Collaborator.
25. Brown J, Rounthwaite J, & Barwick M. Implementing Evidence-Based Practices: A Transformational Organizational Change. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management. 2010;10(7):33-54. Senior Responsible Author.
26. Barwick M, Peters J, Boydell KM. Getting to Uptake: Do Communities of Practice Support the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice? Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2009;18(1):16-29. Senior Responsible Author.
27. Barwick M, Boydell KM, Stasiulis E, Ferguson HB, Blase K, Fixsen D. Research utilization among children’s mental health providers. Implementation Science. 2008;3:19. Senior Responsible Author.
28. Boydell KM, Stasiulis E, Barwick M, Greenberg N, & Pong R. Challenges of knowledge translation in rural communities: The case of rural children’s mental health. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health. 2008;27(1):49-63. Coauthor or Collaborator.
29. Boydell KM, Barwick MA, Ferguson HB, & Haines R. A feasibility study to assess service provider perspectives regarding use of the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale in Ontario. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. 2005;3(1):105-110. Principal Author.
30. Barwick MA, Boydell KM, Cunningham CE, & Ferguson HB. Overview of Ontario’s screening and outcome measurement initiative in children’s mental health. Canadian Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Review. 2004;13(4):105-109. Senior Responsible Author.
31. Barwick MA, Cohen NJ, Horodezky NB, & Lojkasek M. Infant communication and the mother-infant relationship: the importance of level of risk and construct measurement. Infant Mental Health Journal. 2004;25(3):240-266. Senior Responsible Author.
32. Stirtzinger R & Barwick M. Healthy Schools and Ecological School/ Mental Health Partnership for Effective Program Delivery to Children. Ontario Psychological Association Journal. 2002 Jan. Principal Author.
33. Cohen NJ, Vallance DD, Barwick MA, Im N, Horodezky NB, & Isaacson L. The interface between ADHD and language impairment: An examination of language, achievement, and cognitive processing. Journal of Child Psychology, Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 2000;41:353-362. Co-Principal Author.
34. Cohen NJ, Muir E, Lojkasek M, Muir R, Parker CJ, Barwick M, & Brown M. Outcomes of two interventions to treat troubled mother-infant relationships. Infant Mental Health Journal. 1999;20(4):429-451. Co-Principal Author.
35. Cohen NJ, Barwick MA, Horodezky NB, Vallance D, & Im N. Language, achievement, and cognitive processing in psychiatrically disturbed children with previously identified and unsuspected language impairments. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 1998;39:865-877. Co-Principal Author.
36. Cohen NJ, Menna R, Vallance DD, Barwick MA, Im N, & Horodezky N. Language, social cognitive processing and behavioral characteristics of psychiatrically disturbed children with previously identified and unsuspected language impairments. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 1998;39:853-864. Co-Principal Author.
37. Cohen NJ, Barwick MA, Horodezky N, & Isaacson L. Comorbidity of language and social-emotional disorders: Comparison of psychiatric outpatients and their siblings. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 1996;25:192-200. Co-Principal Author.
38. Barwick MA & Siegel LS. Learning difficulties in adolescent clients of a shelter for runaway and homeless street youth. Journal of Research in Adolescence. 1996;6:647-668. Principal Author.

Monographs

  1. Widger K, Stevens B, & Barwick M (Eds.). Stories from the floor: a knowledge translation casebook on improving pediatric pain practices. Co-Principal Author.
  2. Barwick M. Master’s level clinician competencies in child and youth mental health practice: Results of a North American Survey of Senior Managers and Supervisors. Senior Responsible Author.
  3. Barwick M, Bovaird S, & McMillen K. Building Capacity in Knowledge Translation: Developing a Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate Program for Knowledge Translation Professionals. 2010. Senior Responsible Author.
  4. Barwick M, Butterill D, Lockett DM, Buckley L, & Goering P. Scientist knowledge translation training manual (SKTT). 2005. Senior Responsible Author.
  5. Barwick MA, Boydell KM, Stasiulis E, Ferguson HB, Blase K, & Fixsen D. Knowledge transfer and evidence-based practice in children’s mental health. http://www.kidsmentalhealth.ca/documents/KT_f ull_report.pdf   CPD Note: This monograph should be considered an important publication as it was very influential in the child and youth mental health sector. 2005. Senior Responsible Author.
  6. Barwick MA, Dilico Ojibway Child and Family Services & Hodges K. Culturally Competent Evaluation: Clinical Considerations for rating the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale with Aboriginal Children and Youth. http://www.cafasinontario.ca/downloads/cafas_use_with_aboriginal_children_youth.pdf. 2004. Senior Responsible Author.
  7. Barwick MA, Boydell KM, & Omrin C. A knowledge transfer infrastructure for children’s mental health in Ontario: Building capacity for research and practice. http://www.cafasinontario.ca/research.asp#published. 2002. Senior Responsible Author.

Book Chapters (3):

  1. Barwick MA, Buchanan D, Cheng M, and Manion I. (2012). Methods for engaging key stakeholders in mental health. In K Dill, W & Shera (Eds.), Implementing evidence-informed practice: international perspectives. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars Press Inc.
  1. Urajnik, D., & Barwick, M. (2008). Child mental health. In Y. Zhang, & J. G. Golson (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Global Health (Vol. 1, pp.394-396). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  1. Barwick, M., & Lockett, D. (2008). Knowledge translation and exchange: How to ensure your research has impact in practice, policy, and health care (pp. 144-150). In R. Bortolussi (Ed.), Handbook for clinician scientists: Tools for a successful academic career. Toronto, ON: Hospital for Sick Children

4. Barwick M, Boydell KM, Basnett D, O’Hara B, Ferguson HB, & Haines R. (2006).  Using knowledge translation for practice change in children’s mental health. In: CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research. Evidence in action, acting on evidence: A casebook of health services and policy research knowledge translation stories / Agir et réagir face aux données probantes : Recueil de cas d’application des connaissances relatives à la recherche sur les. Canadian Institutes of Health Research; 2006. Senior Responsible Author.

Online Resources

  1. Barwick, M. Invitation to my journey Down Under. (Canada): WordPress (Blog); 2014 Aug 5. Barwick, M. (2014). Invitation to My Journey Down Under. [Blog] MelanieBarwick. Available at: http://melaniebarwick.wordpress.com/2014/08/05/invitation-to-my-journey-down-under/ [Accessed 8 Aug. 2014]. Available from: http://melaniebarwick.wordpress.com/. Principal Author.
  2. BARWICK, M. Implementation in Schools (video clip). YouTube; 2014 Jul. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/user/MelanieBarwick/videos. Principal Author.
  3. BARWICK, M. Coaching and Implementation (video clip). YouTube; 2014 Jul. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/user/MelanieBarwick/videos. Principal Author.
  4. BARWICK, M. Fidelity and Implementation (video clip). YouTube; 2014 Jul. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/user/MelanieBarwick/videos. Principal Author.
  5. BARWICK, M. Implementation Teams (video clip). YouTube; 2014 Jul. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/user/MelanieBarwick/videos. Principal Author.
  6. BARWICK, M. Implementation of EBPs (video clip). YouTube; 2014 Jul. Available from: http://www.youtube.com/user/MelanieBarwick/videos. Principal Author.
  7. ZLOTKIN, Stanley; BARWICK, M. Smart Collaboration: Working Together to Improve Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. 2014. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sickkids-centre-for-global-child-health/smart-collaboration-worki_b_5400013.html. Co-Principal Author.
  8. BARWICK, M. Bennett, L. Boydell, K.M. Wotring, J. Parker, K. Van Dyke, M. Darling, J. Setting the PACE: Curriculum for implementing evidence informed practices. 2012 Jul 26. Available from: http://www.excellenceforchildandyouth.ca/training/learning-modules.
  9. BARWICK, Melanie. Knowledge Translation Planning Template. 2009 Sep 1. Available from: http://www.melaniebarwick.com/training.php.