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Rondeau, K.V. (June, 2000). Contract-based learning for graduate programs in health services administration, Association of University Programs in Health Services Administration, Annual meeting, Los Angeles, CA. [poster presentation]




  1. Wagar, T.H., & Rondeau, K.V. (May, 2000). Factors associated with labour climate: Preliminary evidence from local union presidents in the health care sector, Canadian Industrial Relations Association, Annual meeting, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Wagar, T.H., & Rondeau, K.V. (May, 2000). Preparing to compete globally: do human resource practices matter? International Industrial Relations Association, 12th World Congress, Tokyo, Japan. [presented by T. Wagar]




  1. Rondeau, K.V. & Wagar, T.H. (October, 1999). Commitment to continuous quality improvement, learning orientation, and performance in Canadian hospitals, International Society for Quality in Health Care, 16th Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. & Wagar, T.H. (October, 1999). Benchmarking best practices in the Canadian pharmaceutical industry, International Society for Quality in Health Care, 16th Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia. [Poster presentation]




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (October, 1999). Reforming Canadian health care: Private interests in a publicly-funded system, Salud-Americas 99, Philadelphia, PA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. & Wagar, T.H. (August, 1999). Workforce reduction practices and perceptions of organizational dysfunction in Canadian hospitals, Academy of Management, Annual meeting, Chicago, IL.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (August, 1999). Good Shepherd Memorial Hospital: The women’s health relocation proposal, Case colloquium, Academy of Management, Annual meeting, Chicago, IL.




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (June, 1999). Commitment to continuous quality improvement, decision-making style, and organizational performance: exploring the relationships in Canadian hospitals. Association for Health Services Research, Annual meeting, Chicago, IL.




  1. Rondeau, K., & Triska, O. (June, 1999). Teaching with the case method using a competing values framework. Association of University Programs in Health Services Administration, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. [poster presentation]




  1. Wagar, T.H., & Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1999). Examining the relationship between workforce reduction and restructuring: Some preliminary findings. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, Health Care Management Division, St John, NB. [presented by T.H. Wagar]




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (June, 1999). Organizational learning and firm performance: Is there a link? Examining some evidence from Canadian hospitals and nursing homes, Healthcare Leadership Conference, Quebec, QUE. [Poster presentation]




  1. Kipp, W., Ferguson, A., Suso, B, Tjapepua, V., & Rondeau, K. (June, 1999). Community-based information for family planning: The Namibian Experience, Canadian Public Health Association, Annual Meeting, Winnipeg, MAN. [poster presentation] [presented by W. Kipp]




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (October, 1998). Continuous quality improvement and workforce reduction: Exploring the relationship in Canadian Hospitals, 15th International Society for Quality in Health Care Conference, Budapest, Hungary. [poster presentation]




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (August, 1998). Consequences of cutbacks in Canadian hospitals: Examining the impact of workforce reduction policies, Academy of Management, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1998). Creating effective self-managing teams for the clinical laboratory. Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science, National Congress, Edmonton, ALTA, [poster presentation].




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (June, 1998). Human resource management practices and perceptions of organizational performance: Evidence from Canadian long-term care organizations, Canadian Healthcare Association, Annual Meeting, Edmonton, ALTA, [poster presentation].




  1. Wagar, T.H., & Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1998). Union certification drives: Are some workplaces likely to be targeted? Canadian Industrial Relations Association, Annual Meeting, Ottawa, ONT. [presented by T. Wagar]




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (May, 1998). Predicting the survival of total quality management programs: Results from Atlantic Canadian organizations, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, Human Resources Division, Saskatoon, SASK.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 1997). Surfing the waves: Fadism in healthcare management, Department of Public Health Sciences Research Day, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1997). Multi-skilling and cross-training laboratory personnel: Examining the pitfalls and potential, Canadian Society of Laboratory Technologists, National Congress, Charlottetown, PEI.




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Wagar, T.H. (May, 1997).Worforce reduction, human resource management practices, and perceptions of organizational performance: Evidence from Canadian Hospitals, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Annual Meeting, Human Resources Division, St John’s, NFLD.




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Rakich, J.S. (November, 1994). Hartland Memorial Hospital: An In-basket exercise. Case presented to the North American Case Research Association, New Orleans, LA. [presented by J.S. Rakich]




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 1994). Administrative practices and organizational commitment in hospital volunteer associations. Ontario Hospital Association/Hospital Auxiliaries Association of Ontario, Annual Convention, Toronto, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1993). Sexual harassment: guidelines for laboratory personnel and management. Workshop, Canadian Society of Laboratory Technology, National Congress, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (June, 1993). Stuck in the middle: Strategies for overcoming career inertia and burnout. Canadian Society of Laboratory Technology, National Congress, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. & Torbert, J.C. (November, 1992). Creating a national award for quality improvement in health care. Ontario Hospital Association/Canadian College of Health Service Executives, Annual Meeting, Toronto, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (August, 1990). Models for integrating and coordinating community-based human service delivery: An analysis of organizational and economic factors. Canadian Health Economics Research Association, Annual Meeting, Toronto, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 1989). Designing effective and satisfying jobs in gerontological nursing. Nova Scotia Gerontological Nurses Association, Annual Meeting, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 1987). Decentralized health planning: pitfalls and potential. Community Health Day, Community Health, University of Toronto, Toronto, ONT.



Invited Professional Service Workshops and Presentations:


  1. Rondeau, K.V. (May, 2013). Assessing critical resource requirements in rural, remote and isolated Alberta First Nation’s communities, First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada, Edmonton, Alberta.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (September, 2009). Workshop on health systems integration. Aboriginal Health Transitions Fund, First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada, Ottawa, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (December, 2007). Creating a culture of retention. Attracting and retaining health human resources. Lessons from theory and practice. Western Canada Health Policy Summit University of Alberta, Calgary, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 2007). What does it mean to be a physician leader? Community Medicine Residents, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V., and Bell, N. (March, 2006). Managing patients with chronic illness: how well are Alberta family physicians doing? Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V., & Francescutti, L.H. (September, 2004). What’s up doc? Results from the Capital Health physician quality of worklife study. Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 2003). Recruitment and retention strategies for nursing personnel in Canadian long-term care organizations: Which approach works best? Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (June, 2002). Recruitment and retention of physicians to rural Canada: Implications for America, Department of Health Services Administration, Montana State University-Billings, Billings, MONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April 2002). Health human resources planning in Canada: A policy agenda, Canadian Policy Research Networks’ National Roundtable, Ottawa, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (March, 2002). Reconnecting your teaching methods with student learning, Teaching and Learning Effectiveness Session, University Teaching Services, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (February, 2002). Downsizing, restructuring, and reengineering: what is their impact on hospital performance? Department of Health Policy and Management, York University, Toronto, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (October, 2001). Creating high-quality health care workplaces. Canadian Policy Research Networks’ National Roundtable, Ottawa, ONT.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (March, 2001). Canadian health care: Public funding in a private system. Department of Management and Marketing, Health policy undergraduate students. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (March, 2001). Hospital downsizing and restructuring in Canadian hospitals. Department of Management and Marketing, Doctoral student seminar series. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (October, 2000). Contract-based learning: From theory to practice, Teaching and Learning Effectiveness Session, University Teaching Services, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 2000). Implementing CQI while reducing the workforce: Results from a national study of Canadian hospitals. Health Administration Rounds, Capital Health Authority, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (February, 2000). Benchmarking best practices in the Canadian pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry: the role of organizational culture and strategy. Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Kahane, D., Rondeau, K., & Shanner, L. (February & March, 1999). Tenure and Promotion: preparing a teaching dossier, Teaching and Learning Effectiveness Session, University Teaching Services, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (February, 1999). Learning orientation, commitment to continuous quality improvement, and organizational performance: exploring the relationships in Canadian nursing homes. Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (February, 1999). Managing performance: constructing effective balanced scorecards for health care organizations. Health Policy and Management Group, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (February, 1999). After the downsize: the role of the human resources management. Central Alberta Human Resources Management Association, Red Deer, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (January 1999). Comparative benchmarking: finding and applying best practices. Northern Alberta Health Librarians Association, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 1998). Letting the genie out of the bottle: health consumer report cards for Canada. Department Grand Rounds, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 1997). Surfing the waves: fadism in healthcare management, Department of Public Health Sciences Research Day, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (October, 1996). Workforce reduction practices in Canadian hospitals. Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, ALTA.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (September, 1995). Introduction to hospital structure, function, and management. Psychology interns & residents, Camp Hill Medical Centre, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 1995). Introduction to hospital structure and function. Psychology interns and residents, Camp Hill Medical Centre, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K., Clark, D., & Torbert, J. (February, 1995). Cooperative care. Canadian College of Health Service Executives-Bluenose Chapter, Monthly meeting, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 1994). Introduction to hospital structure, function, and management. Psychology interns & residents, Camp Hill Medical Center, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (November, 1992). TQM in health care. Medical services group, Maritime Command, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (May, July 1992). TQM in long-term care. Management group. Shannex Health Care Services, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (January, 1991). Constructing effective survey questionnaires. Work-in-progress seminar series, Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.




  1. Rondeau, K.V. (April, 1987). Decentralized health planning: pitfalls and potential. Community Health Day, Community Health, University of Toronto, Toronto, ONT



FUNDED RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP
Peer-reviewed Grants Awarded:


  1. Performance of High Medicaid Nursing Homes-Contextual and Management Factors. US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Weech-Maldonado, R. (PI), Banaszak-Holl, J., Hearld, L., Ivankova, L., Landry, A., Pradhan, R., Ray, M., Rondeau, K., Szychowski, J., & Williams, J. January 2015 to December 2019, (US$1,248,417) [study on-going]




  1. Chronic Disease Management by Alberta Family Physicians. Rondeau, K. (co-PI), and Francescutti, L. Caritas Health Care, September 2005-April 2006. ($5,000). [Study completed]




  1. Approaches to Citizen Participation in Community Health Centers: A Comparative Study. Examination of approaches to citizen participation in Canadian community health centers. Qualitative/quantitative Investigation. Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, Church, W.J. (PI), Rondeau, K.V., & 5 others. June 2001 to May 2004. ($90,000) [Study completed]

  2. Approaches to Citizen Participation in Community Health Centers: A Comparative Study. Examination of approaches to citizen participation in Canadian community health centers. Qualitative/quantitative investigation. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council / National Health Research Development Program. Church, W.J. (PI), Rondeau, K.V., & 5 others. April 2001 to March 2003. ($200,430) [study completed]




  1. Integration of Health and Social Services for Young Children and their Families. Examining the quality of integration of social services for pre-school children in two regions of Canada. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (Edmonton, Alberta and Hamilton, Ontario). McLennan, J.D. (PI), Rondeau, K.V., & 5 others. January 2001 to December 2003 ($284,510) [Study completed]


Non-peer Reviewed Research Contracts Received:


  1. Critical Resources Requirements for Health Care Delivery in Alberta Remote, Isolated and Northern First Nations. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a discussion document (38 pages). First Nations Inuit Health, Alberta Branch. December 2012 ($12,480) [Study completed]




  1. Enhancing integration and coordination in service delivery for First Nations’ communities in Alberta. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a summary of health service integration projects in Alberta (2009-2011). First Nations Inuit Health, Alberta Branch. December 2011 ($9,800) [Study completed]



  1. Adaptation and Integration of Health Services for Aboriginal Peoples. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a comprehensive review of the academic and professional literatures. Aboriginal Health Transition Fund, First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada, Ottawa. ($7,000) December 2009 [Study completed]




  1. Health System Integration: A Review of the Literature. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a comprehensive review of the academic and professional literatures. Aboriginal Health Transition Fund, First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada, Ottawa. October 2009 ($19,000) [Study completed]




  1. Redesigning Health Systems for Chronic Care Delivery: Implications for First Nations Communites: Annotated Bibliograhy and Sourcebook-Published Scholarship: 1998-2008. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a comprehensive review of seminal publications in chronic care delivery system design (including the chronic care model) from 1998-2008. First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Alberta. December 2008 ($6825) [Study completed]




  1. FNIHB-Alberta Co-Management Review: Assessing Structural Criteria for Co-Management Effectiveness. Rondeau, K. (PI). Contract to provide a discussion document for restructuring the co-management function at First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Alberta. October 2007 ($4500) [Study completed]




  1. Determinants of Health and Well-being in Support of the Health Capacity Research Project. Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook-Published Scholarship: 1996-2007. Rondeau, K. (PI) Contract to provide a comprehensive review of seminal publications in social epidemiology from 1996-2007. May 2007 ($16,500) [Study completed]




  1. Health Human Resource Planning in Canada: A Health Policy Pendulum. Examination of health human resource planning issues for physicians and nurses in Canada. Policy recommendations. Principal Investigator: Fooks, C. (PI), Rondeau, K. (&5 others). Canadian Policy Research Networks, Inc. For the Romanow Commission on Healthcare. January 2002 to June 2002. ($96,000) [Study completed]




  1. Quality of Worklife Study of Capital Health Physicians. Examination of factors and issues associated with the quality of worklife of Edmonton area physicians. Rondeau, K. (Co-PI), & Francescutti, L. Capital Health / CH Medical Staff Societies. December 2001 to September 2003. ($12,000) [study completed]




  1. Predicting health promotion and disease prevention activities in hospital emergency departments: The role of personal and organizational factors. Rondeau, K. (Co-PI), & Francescutti, L., & Cummings, G. Examination of the role and present extent and scope of health promotion and disease prevention activities in Canadian hospital emergency departments with the goal of determining those factors that facilitate and impede these interventions. Survey research. Co-Principal Investigator. CHA Emergency Physicians, Edmonton. July 2000. ($8500). [Study completed]




  1. Strategic orientation and the search for best practices in the Canadian pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Rondeau, K. (Co-PI), & Palfrey, D. Examination of the role of strategic management, human resource management practices, and organization culture on the propensity to manage quality and benchmark “best practices” in the Canadian pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. Institute of Health Economics, Edmonton. September 1998. ($3500). [Study completed]




  1. Managing Quality and Workforce Reduction in Canadian Hospitals. Rondeau, K. Examination of workforce reduction strategies, quality management practices, and outcomes in a sample of 440 Canadian acute care institutions. Graduate Studies Research Development Fund, Dalhousie University, Halifax. March 1997. ($1250). [Study completed]




  1. Workforce Reduction Practices in Canadian Hospitals. Rondeau, K. Examination of workforce reduction strategies, human resource practices, and outcomes in a sample of 1050 Canadian acute care institutions. Graduate Studies Research Development Fund. Dalhousie University, Halifax. September 1995. ($1350). [Study completed]




  1. Social Construction of Multicultural Health Services in Canada. Rondeau, K., & others. Planning and delivery of human services in Canadian multicultural communities. Case studies. National Health Research Development Program. July 1995 to June 1997. ($60,000). [Study completed]




  1. Coordination and integration of health and social services-Evaluation Models. Annotated literature review. Deber, R. (PI) & Rondeau, K. Government of Ontario: Premier’s Health Council. 1989-1990. ($10,000) [Study completed]




  1. Coordination and integration of health and social services-Government Reports. Annotated literature review. Deber, R. (PI) & Rondeau, K. Government of Ontario: Premier’s Health Council. 1988-1989. ($10,000) [Study completed]



ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION
University of Alberta (Graduate Courses Developed and Taught):

September 1997 to present:


SPH 500: Introduction to Canadian Health Policy and Management

SPH 580: Management and Design of Health Care Organizations

SPH 582: Human Resources for Public Health

SPH 680: Health Care Marketing and Planning

SPH 509: Field Project in Health Policy and Management

SPH 709: The Management of Health Care Quality

SMO 632: Managing for Quality
University of Alberta (Undergraduate Graduate Courses Developed and Taught):

September 1999 to present:


SMO 321: Introduction to Strategic Management and Organization Design

SMO 322: Theory of Organizational Behaviour

SMO 414: Workforce Planning

SMO 432: Managing for Quality


Dalhousie University (Graduate Courses Developed and Taught):

September 1989 to April 1997


HEAS 5330: Organizational Behaviour in Health Services

HEAS 6315: Organization Theory and Design of Health Services

HEAS 5310: Health Institution Management

HEAS 6310: Health Care Policy

HEAS 6375: Health Care Marketing

St. Mary's University (Undergraduate Courses Developed and Taught):

January 1991 to December 1996


MGT 281: Introduction to Business Management

MGT 383: Organizational Behaviour I

MGT 385: Human Resource Management

MGT 481: Organization Theory: Structure, Process, Analysis and Design

MGT 485: Wage and Salary Administration

MGT 486: Personnel Staffing, Training and Development


Journal Editorship
Editor-in-Chief: Risk Management and Healthcare Policy: January 2017 – present

Editorial Board: ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research: January 2011 - present


Graduate Student Supervision:
MHSA / MPH Student Advising: 90+ students

MSc student primary supervision: 2 students



MSc & PhD committees: 5 students
Distance Education Course Design and Development:
Undergraduate course in Healthcare Leadership/Ethics for Excelsior College, Albany, NY
Graduate course in Health Human Resources for Athabasca University, Edmonton, ALTA







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