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 Awards and Grants

  • Klein MC. The Irwin Chabon Award 2007 from Lamaze International  “In appreciation for his research and support and the strong voice that he brings to normal birth.”
  • Klein MC.  The John Kennell & Marshall Klaus DONA Founders Award 2006 ‘With the goal of improving maternal-child care, the DONA International Research Award recognizes excellence in conducting, organizing, analyzing, presenting or publishing research as it relates to the effects of doula care during birth and/or postpartum. The recipient has shown understanding of what constitutes doula care, and has contributed to the evidence-based body of studies, providing direction to doulas and perinatal health care provider.”
  • Klein MC, Ulrich C, Miewald C, Andruschak J, Butcher D, Grzybowski S, Kornelsen J, Lindstrom RR , MacKinnon K, Trousdale W, Eftekhary S, Zimmer LV, “Informed Decision Making-The Interaction between Sustainable Maternity Care Services and Community Sustainability”, Michael Smith Foundation, 2006.  ($100, 000 for 2 years )
  • Klein MC, Miewald C, Andruschak J, Butcher D, Grzybowski S, Kornelsen J, Lindstrom RR , MacKinnon K, Trousdale W, Ulrich C, Eftekhary S, Pilot Project: “Informed Decision Making-The Interaction between Sustainable Maternity Care Services and Community Sustainability”, Vancouver foundation, 2006.  ($48,200 for 1.5 years)
  • Klein MC, Fraser WD, Kaczorowski J A, Hall W,  Liston R, Saxell L, Kornelsen J, McNiven P, Dore S, Brant R, Saxell L, Lindstrom K A, “Determining the attitudes of women and maternity care providers toward birth: conflict, confusion, and concordance”, CIHR, 2005 ($543,599 for 4 years)
  • Kornelson JA, Klein MC, Grzybowski S, Reid RC, Schuurman NC, Thommasen HV. Broemelling AM.   CIHR Emerging Teams Grant from Northern Health Research Competition. 2004 ($268,602 per year for 5 years).
  • Family Physician Researcher of the Year Award 2004 from the College of Family Physicians of Canada. “The award recognizes a family medicine researcher who has made original contributions to research and has been a pivotal force in the definition, development and dissemination of concepts central to the discipline of Family Medicine in Canada."
  • Excellence in Education Award 2004: For contributions to education. Team award recongnizing the development of a pilot workshop project in interprofessional education. This is a collective project of obstetrics, family practice, midwifery, nursing and doula education. It is a transdisciplinary educational exercise for 3rd year UBC medical students in the teaching of normal pregnancy and birth care. Children’s and Women’s Health Centre of British Columbia.
  • Establishment Grant BC Research Centre for Children’s and Women’s Health 2004 ($100,000)
  • Maurice Wood Award for Lifetime Contributions to Primary Care Research. North American Primary Care Research Group October 26, 2003.
  • Kornelsen, J, Grzybowski S, Klein M. Rural women’s experiences of maternity care. CHIR. 2003 – 2004 ( $65,000 )
  • Reanalysis of original episiotomy study to look at cesarean vs. vaginal birth outcomes at 3 months postpartum. Re-evaluation in light of C-section recommendations (Bowel, Bladder, and Sexual Outcomes) Health Canada. Originally funded 1989-1990 ($230,000 - Currently Unfunded)
  • Janssen P, Lee S, Klein M, Liston R, Saxell L. Planned home birth attended by regulated midwives vs. hospital birth: safety and cost effectiveness. CIHR 2002 – 2007 ($111,889)
  • Klein M, et al. Special Populations Funding. Grant from the Ministry of Health for the establishment of the Division of Maternity and Newborn Care under the Department of Family Practice, UBC. For education, training and research in sustainability of maternity care.
    • 2001 – 2002 ($190,000)
    • 2002 – 2003 ($200,000)
  • Naissance d’une perception et perception d’une naissance:les femmes et leur rapport aux discours en perinatalite.Jimez-Sigouin V, Lippman A, Klein M. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Grant, 2001 – 2004 ( $74,000)
  • Early Labour Support at Home: An RCT of nurse visits and telephone triage. Principal Investigator, Janssen P. Klein M, Singer J, Zupancic J, Still D, Carty E. Co-investigators. Canadian Institute for Health Research Grant, 2001 – 2003 ($1,254,187)
  • Obstetrical Services and Population-Based Pregnancy Outcomes in Rural BC. Grzybowski S, Principal Investigator. BCCH Telethon Fund, 2001 – 2002 ($24,500 )
  • Women’s Health in the Canadian Institute of Health Research. Ballem P, Principal Investigator.
  • Preference for Mode of Delivery and Infant Feeding Practice among Women of Chinese Descent. Livingstone V, Principal Investigator, Klein M, Co-investigator. Community Care Foundation and B.C. Medical Services Foundation, 1995-1999 ( $47,473)
  • Implementing Evidence-based Practice Guidelines: A system for quality assurance in obstetrical care. Anderson G, Principal Investigator, Klein M, Grzybowski S, Co-investigators. Medical Research Council of Canada, 1998-2000 ($339,312)
  • Improving the Care of Women by Optimising Time of Admission: A Community, Hospital and Office-Based Intervention. B.C. Health Research Foundation, 1999. ($5,000)
  • Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, Honorary Rural Physician award, May 1998.
  • Outstanding Contributions and service to the growth of Family Medicine, The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, April 1998.
  • B.C. Closer to Home funding for Maternity Care Services for Substance-Using Women and Their Children, submitted by the Vancouver Health Department, B.C.'s Women's Hospital, B.C.'s Children's Hospital, St. Paul's Hospital, and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, 1994 (Liz Whynot, M. Klein and Committee applicants) ($175,259 )
  • "Randomized Clinical Trial on Delayed Pushing for Women with Epidural Anaesthesia - multicentred trial”: Site investigators are J. Douglas, M. Klein, and F. Galernau. MRC grant with principle investigator:   Dr. Bill Fraser, Laval University, September 1994 – 1996 ($500,000)
  • "Does Episiotomy Prevent Perineal Trauma and Pelvic Floor Relaxation?" The 1994 Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Best Research Paper Award.
  • British Columbia's Children's Hospital Investigatorship Establishment Award, February 1994 ($50,000).
  • British Columbia's Children's Hospital, British Columbia's Women's Hospital and Health Centre Society, Sunny Hill Hospital, Women's Wellness Centre. The Vancouver Foundation "First Nation's Advocate Patient Position", January 1994 ($100,000).
  • Evaluation des projets-pilotes de la pratique des sages-femmes. Principle investigator R. Blais. Co-investigators: P. Goubert, A. P. Contandrioupoulos, M. De Koninck, A. Demers, W. Fraser, M. Klein, D. White. Conseil d'evaluation des projets pilotes. Gouvernement de Québec Ministère de la Santé et des services Sociaux. Quebec. This is a contract from the Quebec government to evaluate the 8 Quebec pilot projects in midwifery ($500,000)
  • A Fellowship has been established at the Department of Family Medicine and The SMBD Jewish General Hospital in Montreal: The Dr. Michael Klein Fellowship in Maternal and Infant Care in Family Medicine. In honour of his efforts in involving family physicians in family centred maternal and infant care, 1992.
  • College of Family Physicians of Canada: The Donald I. Rice Merit Award for 1991 "Given to a nationally or internationally known leader in family medicine, it provides an honorarium and expenses. The recipient is expected to travel to the 16 Canadian medical school departments of family medicine for the purpose of providing educational presentations and consultation."
  • Planning and Priorities Committee. The Sheila Zittrer Award to support sabbatical study of qualitative techniques in Family Medicine, 1990‑91 ($20,000).
  • Fellowship in Family Medicine, The College of Family Physicians of Canada, May 1988 (honorary title).
  • Health & Welfare Canada Grant for a project: "Clinical Trial of Two Perineal Management Strategies", December 1987‑1990 ( $203,187)
  • Supplemental Grants:
    • St. Justine Hospital Dept. OBGYN ($10,000)
    • Jewish General Hospital Dept. OBGYN ($10,000)
    • McGill University School of Medicine, Dean's Fund ($ 8,000)
    • Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research of the SMBD Jewish General Hospital ($10,000)
  • Literary Award of the College of Family Physicians of Canada for the best article published in the Canadian Family Physician in 1986 "The Canadian family practice Accoucheur" 1986, 32:533‑540.
  • National Committee on Endowments and Awards and the College of Family Physicians of Canada grant towards a multi-centered trial comparing family practitioner and obstetrician care ($7,000)
  • British Council Grant to support the visit of Dr. Luke Zander of the Department of General Practice of St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School, London, England, to come to Canada for the purpose of collaborating on a chapter covering family practice obstetrics for the book "Effective Care in Pregnancy and Childbirth", Oxford University Press,1989  ($10,000).
  • Norman Bethune Visiting Professor. People's Republic of China, Summer 1985.
  • Klein, M.; Westreich, R.; Dunsky, L.: Adaptation du couple a la naissance d'un enfant suite a l'utilisation d'une chambre de naissance comparée a la pratique hospitalière standard. Gouvernement du Québec, ministère des affaires sociales, Conseil Quebecois de la Recherche Sociale, 1981 ( $28,000).
  • British Council Academic Interchange Scheme Grant 1981 for two return visits to Oxford in 1981‑1982  to work with Oxford Colleagues in analysis of completed research.
  • Sustaining Fund Grant to contribute to the above research. The Royal College of General Practitioners (London) 1981 ($3,000)
  • University of Oxford Research Council Fund Grant for comparative study of Medical and Psychological Outcomes of Low‑risk Women Delivered in Two Systems of Care, 1980 and again in 1981 ($6,000)             
  • Travel Grant from Canadian Paediatric Association for Sabbatical Study in Oxford, 1980‑1981 ($2,000).
  • Nuffield Travelling Fellowship (London) for Research in Oxford 1980‑1981 ($5,000)
  • A Randomized Controlled Trial of Birth Room versus Case Room Deliveries ‑ Medical and Psychological Outcomes: A multidisciplinary study involving 150 couples, by Klein, M; Elkins, V.; Dunsky, L.; Westreich, R.; Gelfand, M.; Papageorgiou, A.:
    • Bronfman Family Foundation: 1979 ($86,000)
    • Jewish Community Foundation:  1979 ($5,000)
    • Department of Family Medicine – JGH: 1980 ($5,000)
    • Department of Obstetrics – JGH: 1980 ($5,000)
    • Planning & Priorities Committee – JGH: 1980 ($20,000)
  • College of Family Physicians of Canada Award for Research and Development Projects--College of Family Physicians of Canada, September 1978 and again in 1979, 1980, 1981.
  • Harold K. Farber Paediatric Award ‑ Stanford University School of Medicine‑1966.
  • The Samuel Levine International Child Health Fellowship to study paediatric care in Ethiopia, 1964‑65.

    

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