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    RACHELLE ASHCROFT

    Assistant Professor

    Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto 246 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1V4

    rachelle.ashcroft@utoronto.ca

    DEGREES 2013 PhD, Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON 2005 MSW, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

    1995 BSW, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2016-present University of Toronto, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work Assistant Professor 2013-2016 Renison University College - University of Waterloo, School of Social Work Assistant Professor 2011-2013 Ryerson, Chang School of Continuing Education Instructor 2011-2013 University of Windsor, School of Social Work Instructor 2007-2010 Wilfrid Laurier University, Faculty of Social Work Research Assistant 2009-2010 Wilfrid Laurier University, Faculty of Social Work Instructor 2005-2008 University of Manitoba, Faculty of Social Work Instructor 2007 Wilfrid Laurier University, Department of Community Psychology Research Assistant

    SOCIAL WORK EMPLOYMENT 1998-2008 Social Worker, Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, MB 1998 Mental Health Worker, Sara Riel, Winnipeg, MB 1995-98 Community Worker, Kali-Shiva AIDS Services, Winnipeg, MB 1996-97 Winnipeg Child and Family Services, Winnipeg, MB 1994 AIDS/STI Phone Line Coordinator, Village Clinic, Winnipeg, MB

    CIHR FUNDED TRAINING 2012-2013 Social Aetiology of Mental Health (SAMI) Postdoctoral Fellowship, Centre for Addiction

    and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto, ON, $40,000 2010-2011 Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research – Primary Health Care (TUTOR – PHC) Fellowship, University of Western Ontario, $48,000

    AWARDS 2019 Centre for Interprofessional EducationBursary, $500 2018 Patients’ Choice Award, Trillium PHC Research Day

    mailto:rachelle.ashcroft@utoronto.ca

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    2012 Ontario Graduate Scholarship, $15,000 2011 Ontario Graduate Scholarship, $15,000 2011 Faculty of Graduate Studies Travel Award, Wilfrid Laurier University, $500 2010 Ontario Graduate Scholarship (declined), $15,000 2008 Ray Owens Award, Wilfrid Laurier University, $500 2007-2011 Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Scholarship, $21,000 2006 CASW National Conference Scholarship, $1,000

    RESEARCH GRANTS External Research Funding Emily Marshall (nPI), Mylaine Breton (PI), Mike Green, Adrian MacKenzie, Melissa Andrew, Fred Burge,

    Ruth Martin Misener, Beverley Lawson, Ana Correa-Woodrow, Sarah Peddle, Simone Dahrouge, Arnaud Duhoux, Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I), (2019-2022). The CUP Study: Comparative analysis of centralized waitlist effectiveness, policies, and innovations for Connecting Unattached Patients to primary care providers. CIHR Operating Grant, $592,876

    Faye Mishna, Andrea Slane, Debra Pepler, Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I), Wendy Craig, & Karen Brisson-

    Boivin. 2019-2022. Consensual and Non-Consensual Sexting in Adolescence: Challenging Conventional Wisdom. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), $151,780

    Marie-Eve Poitras, Sylvie Massé, Yves Couturier, Catherine Hudon, Nathalie Delli-Colli, Dominique

    Gagnon, Emmanuelle Carreau, Arnaud Duhoux, Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I). 2018-2021. Implantation et évaluation d'une stratégie de soutien à l'implantation des Guides de pratiques des infirmières cliniciennes et des travailleurs sociaux oeuvrant en GMF: l'intervention éducative de formation de formateurs au service de la première ligne. Quebec, Unité de Soutien, $578,805

    Catherine Donnelly (PI), Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I), Sharon David, Sharon Johnston, Lisa McCarthy,

    Simon French, Lori Letts, Julie Richardson, Joan Tranmer, Jordon Miller, Paula Brauer, Carol Mulder. 2018-2020. Interprofessional Observation and Analysis in Primary Care (INNOVATE – PC). Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC). Applied Health Research Questions, $33,000

    Rachelle Ashcroft (PI), Simone Dahrouge, Kwame McKenzie, Matthew Menear, Jose Silveira. 2015-

    2019. Incentives and disincentives for treating depression and anxiety in Ontario Family Health Teams. CIHR. Transitional-Open Operating Grant (T-OOG), $295,419

    Amanda Terry (co-PI), Judith Belle Brown (co-PI), Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I), Onil Bhattacharyya, Marie-

    Dominique Beaulieu, Mylaine Breton, Fred Burge, Simone Dahrouge, Lisa Dolovich, Catherine Donnelly, Martin Fortin, Jeannie Haggerty, Anita Kothari, Christine Loignon, Ruth Martin-Misener, Emily Marshall, Vivian Ramsden, Sandra Regan, Graham Reid, Bridget Ryan, Tara Sampalli, Roanne Thomas, Ruta Valaitis, Evelyn Vingilis, Erin Wilson, Sabrina Wong. Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research - Primary Health Care Research (TUTOR-PHC). Funding Sources: 2014-2019: Western University Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, $200,000 2015-2019: Reseau-1 (SPOR PIHCI Network), $29,000 2016-2019: Unite SOUTIEN SRAP Quebec, $30,000 2016-2019: Nova Scotia – Primary and Integrated Healthcare Innovations Network, $12,000 2016-2018: Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit Innovations Strengthening Primary Healthcare through Research, $100,000 2016-2019: College of Family Physicians of Canada Section of Researchers, $60,000 2016-2020: National Institute for Health Research School for Primary Care Research, 9,600 2017-2019: IMPACT Community Based Primary Health Care Team, 8,000 2018-2019: TRANSFORMATION PHC Community Based Primary Health Care Team, 10,000 2018-2020: British Columbia Primary Health Care Research Network Team, 8,000

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    Rachelle Ashcroft. 2014. Incentives and disincentives for treating depression and anxiety in Ontario

    Family Health Teams. CIHR Travel Grant, $1,500 Moira Stewart (PI), Rachelle Ashcroft (co-I), Bridget Ryan, Mary Forhan, Amanda Terry, Ruth Martin-

    Misener, Rowan Thomas, Julie Matthews. 2012. Catalyzing, Synergizing, and Mobilizing Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC) Knowledge Translation Symposium. CIHR. Dissemination Events, $25,000

    Internal Research Funding. Rachelle Ashcroft (PI). 2019-2020. Improving access to collaborative mental health care services in

    Ontario. Royal Bank Graduate Fellowship, $10,000 Rachelle Ashcroft (PI), Simone Dahrouge, Kwame McKenzie, Matthew Menear, Jose Silveira. 2017-

    2019. Patient perspectives of the incentives and disincentives for quality mental health care in Ontario Family Health Teams. Connaught New Researcher Award, $10,000

    Rachelle Ashcroft (PI), Colleen McMillan, Wayne Miller, Ryan McKee, Judy Belle Brown. 2015. An

    environmental scan of social work in primary health care across Ontario. Renison Research Grant, $2,500

    Submitted for Review Rachelle Ashcroft (PI), Toula Kourgiantakis, Shelley Craig, Stephanie Begun, Michelle Nelson, Susan

    Cadell, & Andrea Greenblatt. Health Policy Evidence Exchange Network: Strengthening social work’s capacity for health policy. Dean’s Network Award, $25,000

    Toula Kourgiantakis, Rachelle Ashcroft (Co-I), Eunjung Lee, Charmaine Williams, Roula Markoulakis,

    Anthony Levitt, Abby Goldstein. Facilitators and barriers for families seeking mental health services for emerging adults. Dean’s Network Award, $25,000

    PUBLICATIONS *Signifies student or trainee

    Published Refereed Papers (N=25) Donnelly, C., Ashcroft, R., Mofina, A., Bobbette, N., & Mulder, C. Measuring the performance of

    interprofessional primary health care teams: understanding the provider perspective. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 20(e125), 1-8.

    Ashcroft, R., *Kennedy, L., & Van Katwyk, T. (2019). An exploration of the methods of communication

    between policy makers and providers that helped facilitate implementation of primary health care reforms. Social Work in Public Health, 34(4), 370-382.

    Ashcroft, R., Kourgiantakis, T., *Fearing, G., *Robertson, T., & Brown, J.B. (2019). Social Work's Scope

    of Practice in Primary Mental Health Care: A Scoping Review. British Journal of Social Work, 49(2), 318-334.

    Terry, A.L., Brown, J.B., Van Hoorn, R., Stewart, M., Ashcroft, R., Beaulieu, M.D., Bhattacharrya, O.,

    Breton, M., Burge, F., Dahrouge, S., Dolovich, L., Donnelly, C., Farrales, L., Fortin, M., Haggerty, J., Kothari, A., Loignon, C., Martin-Misener, R., Marshall, E., Ramsden, V., Regan, S., Reid, G., Ryan, B., Sampalli, T., Thomas, R., Valaitis, R., Vingilis, E., Wilson, E., & Wong, S. (2018). Evolution and 15-year effect of a pan-Canadian training program: Transdisciplinary Understanding & Training on Research – Primary Health Care. Canadian Family Physician, 64(6), 475-476.

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    Ashcroft, R., McMillan, C., Ambrose-Miller, W., McGee, R., & Brown, J. (2018). The emerging role of

    social work in primary health care: A survey of social workers in Ontario Family Health Teams. Health & Social Work, 43(2), 109-117.

    Kourgiantakis, T., & Ashcroft, R. (2018). Family-focused practices in addictions: a scoping review

    protocol. BMJ Open, 8, e019433. Ashcroft, R., Kourgiantakis, T., & Brown, J. (2017). Social work’s scope of practice in the provision of

    primary mental health care: protocol for a scoping review. BMJ Open, 7(11), e019384. Ashcroft, R., Van Katwyk, T., & Hogarth, K. (2017). An examination of the holism paradigm: A view of

    social work. Social Work in Public Health, 32(8), 4