Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact


Ellen Lipman

BSc (Hons) (Western), MSc (McMaster), MD (McMaster)

Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, Division of Child Psychiatry

Associate Member, Dept of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact

Associate Member, Department of Psychology

Core Member, Offord Centre for Child Studies

905.521.2100 x 77359
905.574.6665
lipmane@mcmaster.ca

Offord Centre for Child Studies,
Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation,
Chedoke Campus, Patterson Building ,
Box 2000 , Hamilton ON
L8N 3Z5

Office location: Chedoke Hospital, Patterson Bldg, 2nd floor

Administrative Assistant: Amanda Hamilton
905.521.2100 x 77359
905.574.6665
ahamilt@mcmaster.ca

Academic Interests

Dr. Lipman's main research interests are in the areas of single-parent families, disadvantaged children, group therapies, effectiveness studies, child and adolescent psychiatry, and epidemiology. She currently holds research funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

Selected Publications

    1. Lipman EL, Mills B. Parenting Issues. In: D. Goldbloom and J Davine (eds). Psychiatry In Primary Care: A Concise Canadian Pocket Guide. Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada. In press
    2. Lipman EL, Kenny M, Brennan E, O'Grady S, Augimeri L. Helping boys at-risk of criminal activity: qualitative results of a multi-component intervention. BMC Public Health, 2011; 11:364
    3. Lipman EL, Georgiades K, Boyle MH. Young adult outcomes of children born to teen mothers: effects of being born during their teens or later years. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2011; 50:232-241.
    4. Lipman EL, Kenny M, Cameron R, Secord M, Carter P, Byrne C. Understanding how education/support groups help single mothers. BMC Public Health, 2010; 10:4.
    5. Georgiades, K, Boyle MH, Jenkins JM, Sanford, M, Lipman EL. A multilevel analysis of whole family functioning using the McMaster Family Assessment Device. Journal of Family Psychology, 2008; 22:344-354.
    6. Lipman, EL, Kenny M, Sniderman C, O'Grady S, Augimeri L, Khayutin S, Boyle MH. Evaluation of a community-based program for young boys at-risk of antisocial behaviour: results and issues. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2008; 17:12-19.
    7. Lipman, EL, Waymouth M, Mills B, Hicks F, Gammon T, Carter P, Secord M, Leung O. Influence of group cohesion on maternal well-being among participants in a support/education group program for lone mothers. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2007; 77:543-549.
    8. DeWit DJ, Lipman EL, Manzano M, Bisanz J, Graham K, O'Neill E, Pepler D, Shaver K. Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial for evaluating the effectiveness of the Big Brothers Big Sisters community match program at the national level. Children and Youth Services Review, 2007; 29:383-404.
    9. Lipman EL, Boyle MH, Cunningham C, Kenny M, Sniderman C, Mills B, Evans P, Waymouth M. (2006). Testing effectiveness of a community-based aggression management program for children 7 to 11 years old and their families. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2006; 45:1085-1093.
    10. Lipman EL, Offord DR. Conduct Disorder in Girls. In: S. Romans and M. Seeman (eds). Women's Mental Health: A Life Cycle Approach. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins Philadelphia, PA, USA. pp. 93-107. 2006

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