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Brian A. Grant, Ph.D. Office: 613-225-8770

Curriculum Vitae




Director General, Research

Acting/ Director General, Research

Correctional Serice Canada

340 Laurier Avenue, West

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

K1A 0P9

613-995-4694 Fax 613-941-8477


October 2007 -

August 2006 – June 2007

Director, Addictions Research Centre

Correctional Service Canada

23 Brook Street

Montague, Prince Edward Island

Canada

C0A 1R0
Adjunct Professor of Psychology

Department of Psychology

Carleton University

1125 Colonel By Drive

Ottawa, Canada K1S 5B6


2000 – 2008

2010 –

1998 - 2002

Research Activities

  • Provide vision and direction for staff at the Research Branch to ensure research contributes to the development of correctional knowledge, theory and solutions to operational challenges.

  • Lead the Research Branch of the Correctional Service Canada (CSC) with salary and operating budgets of over $4,000,000 and capital assets of over $3,000,000. Staff are a diverse team of social science researchers (doctoral and masters degree level), project managers and administrative support specialists (42 full time, 10 to 15 students and part-time).

  • In consultation with research directors, prepare an annual research plan, of more than 50 projects per year.

  • Provide leadership and expertise to staff in areas of research methodology, statistics, theory, and management of research projects.

  • Contribute to the research through the provision of substantive knowledge in psychology, assessment, treatment, corrections, and addictions.

  • Develop collaborative research opportunities with international, national and regional organizations including other levels of government and non-government organizations.



Academic and Professional Activities

Education


1978 - 1985 Ph. D., Psychology
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

Thesis: Empirical investigations of the Theory of Risk Homeostasis and the study of risk perceived by automobile drivers



1976 - 1979 M. A., Psychology
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario
Thesis: The relationship between classroom learning and biographical variables, personality and attitudinal variables, and students' perceptions of the school environment.
1971 - 1975 B. A., Psychology and Sociology (Honours)
Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario
Thesis: A study of incarcerated and probationed offenders in Ottawa-Carleton: Consideration for diversion


Professional Associations and Activities


  1. International Corrections and Prisons Association

  2. American Society of Criminology

  3. Canadian Psychological Association

  4. American Correctional Association

  5. Research Group: American Correctional Association

  6. Substance Abuse Committee: American Correctional Association

  7. Research Ethics Board, University of Prince Edward Island (2002 – 2007)

  8. Program Committee: Issues of Substance: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference 2007

  9. Ethics Committee: Issues of Substance: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference 2007

  10. Steering Committee: Issues of Substance: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference 2005

  11. Adjunct Research Professor, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (1998 – 2002)

Journals and Conference Proceedings


  1. Matheson, F., Doherty, S., & Grant, B. A. (2011). Community-based aftercare and return to custody in a national sample of substance-abusing women offenders. American Journal of Public Health, 101, 1126-1132.




  1. Grant, B.A., MacPherson, P. &. Chudley , A.E. (2006) Update on research in a federal prison on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Symposium on Violence and Aggression June 25 - 27. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: University of Saskatchewan.

  2. Grant, B.A. (2006) National thematic workshop on corrections: Addressing substance abuse through collaboration. Forum on Corrections Research, 18 (1), 6-8.

  3. Varis, D.D., Lefebvre, D. & Grant, B.A. (2006) Intensive Support Units for federal offenders with substance abuse problems: An impact analysis. Forum on Corrections Research, 18 (1), 30-32.

  4. Furlong, A. & Grant, B.A. (2006) Women Offender Substance Abuse Programming: Interim results. Forum on Corrections Research, 18 (1),45-48.

  5. Grant, B.A. (2003) Substance Abuse in the Canadian Correctional Context. Proceedings of the 124th International Training Course (21 April – 13 June). Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute (UNAFIE).

  6. Grant, B.A. (2003) . Substance Abuse Programs: Principles of Good Design and Assessment. Proceedings of the 124th International Training Course (21 April – 13 June). Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute (UNAFIE).

  7. Grant, B.A. (2003) Current Substance Abuse Interventions, Research & Emerging Developments. Proceedings of the 124th International Training Course (21 April – 13 June). Tokyo: United Nations Asia and Far East Institute (UNAFIE).

  8. Boland, F.J., Chudley, A.E. and Grant, B.A. (2002). The challenge of Fetal Alcohol syndrome in adult offender populations. Forum on Corrections Research, 14 (3).

  9. Grant, B.A. (2001) The role and function of addictions research in Canadian federal corrections. . Forum on Corrections Research, 13 (3).

  10. Johnson, S.L. and Grant, B.A. (2001) Using temporary absence in the gradual reintegration process. Forum on Corrections Research, 13 (1).

  11. Grant, B.A. and Johnson, S.L. (2000) Women offenders serving long sentences in custody. Forum on Corrections Research, 12 (3).

  12. Johnson, S.L. and Grant, B.A. (2000) Release outcomes of long-term offenders. Forum on Corrections Research, 12 (3)

  13. Grant, B.A. and Gal, M. (1999) Younger offenders in the federal correctional system. Forum on Corrections Research, 11 (2)

  14. Grant, B.A. (1998) Day Parole: Effects of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act. Forum on Corrections Research, 10 (2)

  15. Grant, B.A. and Beal, C.(1998) Work release program: How it is used and for what purposes. Forum on Corrections Research, 10 (2).

  16. Grant, B.A. (1997) Detention: Is it meeting its goal?. Forum on Corrections Research, 9, 19-24.

  17. Grant, B.A. (1996) Gradual release programming: Day parole performance and subsequent release outcome. Forum on Corrections Research, 8 (3).

  18. Grant, B.A. (1995) The impact of working rotating shifts on the family life of correctional staff. Forum on Corrections Research, 7 (2), 40-42.

  19. Grant, B.A. and Lefebvre, L. (1994) Older offenders in the Correctional Service of Canada. Forum on Corrections Research, 6 ( 2), 10-12.

  20. Grant, B.A. and Smiley, A. (1993) Driver response to antilock brakes: A demonstration of behavioural adaptation. Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference VIII. Saskatoon, Canada: University of Saskatchewan.

  21. Grant, B.A., Pedder, J.B. and Shewchenko, N. (1993) Estimating the extent of improper seat belt use. Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference VIII. Saskatoon, Canada: University of Saskatchewan.

  22. Grant, B.A. and Porporino, F. (1992) Are native offenders treated differently in the granting of temporary absences from Federal Correctional Institutions? Canadian Journal of Criminology, 34, 525-532.

  23. Grant, B.A. (1991) Seat belt use: The Canadian context. Proceedings of the workshop on strategies to increase the use of restraint systems. Leidschendam, The Netherlands: SWOV Institute for Road Safety (in print).

  24. Grant, B.A. (1991) Development of a methodology for measuring improper seat belt use. Proceedings of the VTI/TRB International Conference: Traffic Safety on Two Continents (Gothenburg, Sweden). Linkoping, Sweden: VTI Swedish Road Safety Board (in print).

  25. Grant, B.A. (1991) Behavioural adaptation: A concern for road safety researchers and planners? Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference VII, June, 1991. University of British Columbia: Vancouver, British Columbia.

  26. Grant, B. A., Wilson, R. J., and Dussault, C. (1990) Increasing the use of seat belts through selective traffic enforcement programs. Proceedings of the International Road Safety Symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark, September 1990. Leidschendam, The Netherlands: SWOV Institute for Road Safety.

  27. Ostvik, E. and Grant, B.A. (1990)  Conclusions and recommendations by the rapporteurs of session 2. Proceedings of the International Road Safety Symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark, September 1990. Leidschendam, The Netherlands: SWOV Institute for Road Safety, 1990.

  28. Grant, B. A. (1990) Effectiveness of feedback and education in an employer based seat belt program. Health Education Research, 5, 197-205.

  29. Grant, B. A. (1990) Differential response of vehicle occupants to seat belt enforcement programs. Le comportement des conducteurs dans un contexte social -- Driving behaviour in a social context: Proceedings of the international symposium. Caen, France: Paradigme. p. 321-333.

  30. Grant, B. A. (1989) The effect of selective traffic enforcement programs for seat belts on specific occupant groups. Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference VI. University of New Brunswick: Fredericton, New Brunswick, June, 1989.

  31. Grant, B. A. and Jonah, B. A. (1983). The use of feedback to promote seat belt use. Paper presented at the Second Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  32. Grant, B. A. & Wilde, G. J. S. (1985). Perceived risk: Its measurement and variability across four types of roadway. Proceedings of the Human Factors Association of Canada 18th Annual Meeting, Hull, Quebec, pp. 39-42.

  33. Grant, B. A. (1985). Effectiveness of an industry based seat belt program: The Canadian context. Proceedings of the Fourth Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, May 1985, Montreal, Quebec

  34. Jonah, B. A. and Grant, B. A. (1985). Long-term effectiveness of selective traffic enforcement programs for increasing seat belt use. Journal of Applied Psychology, 70, 257-263.

  35. Kalin, R. and Grant, B. A. (1981). Sex differences in employment experiences of 1976 graduates in psychology. Canadian Psychology, 22, 338-345.

  36. Gendreau, P., Burke, D., and Grant, B. A. (1980). A second evaluation of the Rideau Inmate Volunteer Program. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, 22, 1-12.

  37. Gendreau, P., Leipciger, M., Collins, S., and Grant, B. A. (1979). Self-esteem, incarceration and recidivism. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 6, 67-75.

  38. Andrews, D. A., Farmer, C., Russel, R. J., Grant, B. A. and Kiessling, J. J. (1977). The research component of the Ottawa Criminal Court Volunteer Program: Theoretical rationale, operationalization and evaluation strategy. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, 19, 118-133.

Reports





  1. Thompson, J., Zakaria, D. & Grant, B.A. (2012) Summary of the 2007 National Inmate Infectious Diseases and Risk Behaviours Survey for Women. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada

  2. Thompson, J., Zakaria, D. & Grant, B.A. (2012) Summary of the Findings from the 2007 National Inmate Infectious Diseases and Risk-Behaviours Study for Aboriginal Men. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada

  3. MacPherson, P., Chudley, P.A. & Grant B.A. (2012) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in a correctional population: Prevalence, screening and characteristics (R-247). Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada

  4. Matheson, F.I., Doherty, S. & Grant, B.A. (2009) Women Offender Substance Abuse Programming & Community Reintegration (R-202). Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  5. Grant B. A. & Gileno J. (2008). The changing federal offender population. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.




  1. Grant, B.A., Furlong, A., Hume, L, White, T. & Doherty, S. (2008). The women offender substance abuse programming: Interim research report. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.




  1. Kunic, D. & Grant, B.A. (2007). The Computerized Assessment of Substance Abuse (CASA): Results from the demonstration sites. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  2. Grant, B.A., Varis, D.D. & Lefebvre, D. (2004). Intensive support units (ISU) for federal offenders with substance abuse problems: An Impact Analysis (R-151). Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  3. Grant, B.A., Kunic, D., MacPherson, P., McKeown, C. & Hansen, E. (2003). The high intensity substance abuse program (HISAP): Results from the pilot programs (R-140). Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada

  4. Hume, L.A. and Grant, B.A. (2001) Substance Abuse Programming: A proposed structure. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada .

  5. Johnson, S.L., van de Ven, J.T.C., Grant, B.A. (2001) Institutional methadone maintenance treatment: Impact on release outcome and institutional behaviour. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada .

  6. Grant, B.A., Johnson, S.L & Muirhead, M. (2000) Use of the residency condition with statutory release: A descriptive analysis. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada .

  7. Johnson, S.L. & Grant, B.A. (1999) Review of issues associated with serious spouse abuse among federally sentenced male offenders. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada.

  8. Grant, B.A., & Gillis, C.A. (1998) Day Parole Outcome, Criminal History and Other Predictors of Successful Sentence Completion. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  9. Grant, B.A., & Johnson, S.L.. (1998) Personal Development Temporary Absences. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada

  10. Grant, B.A.. (1998) Day Parole: Effects of Correctional Conditional Release Act (1992). Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Services Canada.

  11. Grant, B.A., & Beal, C.A. (1998) Work Release Program: How it is used and for what purposes. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Services Canada.

  12. Grant, B.A., & Gal, M. (1998) Case Management Preparation for Release and Day Parole Outcome. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  13. Grant, B.A.. (1998) Accelerated Parole Review: Were the Objectives Meet. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  14. Grant, B.A., & Millson, W.A.. (1998) The Temporary Absence Program: A Descriptive Analysis. Ottawa: Research Branch, Correctional Service Canada.

  15. Grant, B.A. (1996) Inmates referred for detention (1989-90 to 1993-94): A comparative analysis (R-45). Ottawa, Canada: Correctional Service of Canada.

  16. Grant, B.A., Moituk, L., Brunet, L., Lefebvre, L. and Courturier, P. (1996) Day parole program review: Demographic, risk/needs and case management predictors of outcome. Ottawa, Canada: Correctional Service of Canada.

  17. Wilson, R.J., Grant, B., and Hurley, J. (1994) 1992 Observational and telephone survey of restraint use by children in motor vehicles (TP 11943 E). Ottawa, Canada: Transport Canada.

  18. Grant, B.A., White, J., and Hooey, B. (1993) Retroreflective markings on heavy trucks: Demonstration and seminar (TME 9301). Ottawa, Canada: Transport Canada.

  19. Grant, B.A. (1993) The expected versus the actual number of temporary absences for native offenders. Research and Statistics Branch, Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. (submitted to the Federal Court of Canada in support of the Crown in the case of Crowe vs the Crown et al.)

  20. Grant, B.A. (1992) Temporary Absences: Comparative analyses of selected medium security institutions and the prison for women. Report submitted to the Correctional Investigator's Office. Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

  21. Grant, B.A. and Boe, R. (1992) Measuring performance on Corporate Objective #1: Issues. (Internal report prepared for senior management) Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

  22. Grant B.A. Summary of factors affecting Corporate Objective #1. (Internal report prepared for senior management meeting). Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

  23. Grant, B.A., Boe, R., Keravel, J., Brazeau, S., Gervais, M., and Lockwood, H. (1992) Progress towards Corporate Objective #1 after 2 years. (Internal report prepared for senior management meeting). Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

  24. Grant, B.A. and Belcourt, R.L (1992). An analysis of temporary absences and the people who receive them (Report number: R-25). Research and Statistics Branch, Correctional Service of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

  25. Mosgrove, J. I. and Grant, B. A. The effect of experimenter presence, experience with a vehicle, and motivational set on driving behaviour (TME 8901). Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate, Ottawa, Canada, 1989.

  26. Grant, B.A. Workplace based seat belt programs in Canada (TMRU 8702). Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Ottawa, Canada, 1987.

  27. Grant, B.A. (1986) Impairment warning devices. Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and 1. Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate, Transport Canada.

  28. Litalien, D., Grant, B. A., Wilson, R., and Jonah, B. A. Characteristics of convicted and nonconvicted impaired drivers: In-depth interviews (RU86-1). Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate, Transport Canada.

  29. Buck, L., Grant, B. A., and Anderson, M. (1986). Optimizing the tracometer for use in detecting impairment. Ottawa, Ontario: National Research Council.

  30. Grant, B. A. and Hieatt, D. (1986). Manual for employer based seat belt program. Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Transport Canada.

  31. Grant, B. A. (1986). Employer based seat belt programs in an industrial setting: Goodyear Canada. Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate, Transport Canada.

  32. Grant, B. A. (1986). Evaluation of an employer based seat belt program without incentives. Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Transport Canada.

  33. Grant, B. A. (1986). Review of impaired driving and risk research: Planned and In-progress. Prepared for the Railway Transportation Committee, Canadian Transport Commission, Ottawa, Ontario.

  34. Grant, B. A. (1985). Employer seat belt programs: Goodyear Canada Collingwood Project. Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Transport Canada.

  35. Grant, B. A., Jonah, B. A., Wilde, G. J. S., and Ackersville-Monte, M. (1983). The use of feedback to encourage seat belt wearing (TMRU 8301). Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Transport Canada.

  36. Jonah, B. A. and Grant, B. A. (1983). Long term effectiveness of selective traffic enforcement programs for increasing seat belt use (TAMARA 8302). Ottawa, Ontario: Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Directorate , Transport Canada.

  37. Gendreau, P., Leipciger, M., Grant, B. and Collins, S. (1977). Norms and recidivism rates for the MMPI and selected experimental scales on a Canadian delinquent sample. Toronto, Ontario: Planning and Research Branch, Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services, 1977.

  38. Andrews, D. A. Kiessling, J. J., Russel, R. J. and Grant, B. A. (1977). Volunteers and the one-to-one supervision of adult probationers: An experimental comparison with professionals and a field description of process and outcome. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services.

  39. Andrews, D. A. Kiessling, J. J., Russel, R. J. and Grant, B. A. (1977). Appendices: Volunteers and the one-to-one supervision of adult probationers: An experimental comparison with professionals and a field description of process and outcome. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Correctional Services.


Presentations



  1. Grant, B.A. (2012) Measuring recidivism: A multiple outcomes approach. Presentation at the American Correctional Asociation. Phoenix: January 22.

  2. Grant, B.A. (2011) Research informing effective treatment outcomes: The Canadian context. Presentation at the Prison Project, Amsterdam: December 12, 13.

  3. Grant, B.A. & Rick Ruddell (2011) Gang populations and ethnic diversity in Canadian penitentiaries. Presentation at the American Society of Criminology, Washington, D.C.: November 16 – 19.

  4. Grant, B.A. (2011) Effective Correctional Programs. Invited presentation at the International Conference on Special Needs Offenders Conference. Nairobi, Kenya: October 24-26.

  5. Grant, B.A. (2011) Development of the Aboriginal offenders substance abuse program. International Conference on Special Needs Offenders. Nairobi, Kenya: October 24 – 26.

  6. Grant, B.A. (2011) Treating substance abuse: Reducing returns to custody, saving money. Presentation at the American Correctional Association, Kissimmee, Florida: August 7.

  7. Grant, B.A. & Gottschall, S. (2011) Ethnic diversity in federal offender admissions. Presentation at the 13th National Metropolic Conference. Vancouver, B.C.: March 23-26.

  8. Grant, B.A. (2011) Canadian correctional interventions that produce results. Presentation at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Toronto: March 1 – 5.

  9. Grant, B.A. (2010) Research - A key requirement for excellence in treatment and programming. Invited presentation to the 5th International Conference on Special Needs Offenders, September 19-22. Niagara Falls, Canada.




  1. Grant, B.A. (2010) Research at the Correctional Service of Canada. Invited lecture at Mount Royal University (Jan. 15), Calgary.

  2. Grant, B.A. (2009) Mental Health Research: Correctional Service of Canada. Statistics Canada, (Sept.), Ottawa.

  3. Grant, B.A. (2009), The Net Federal Fiscal Benefit of CSC Programming. Statistics Canada, Sept., Ottwaw

  4. Grant, B.A. (2009), The Changing Offender Population. Community meeting, Bracebridge, Ontario, March).

  5. Grant, B.A. (2008) Research: Contributing to effective correctional practice. From the visible to the invisible: The execution of penal sentences in Europe, (Dec 15-16), Lyon.

  6. Grant, B.A. (2008) Effective treatment of substance abuse in correctional settings. Drug Addiction Prevention and Treatment: From Research to Practice, (Dec 16-18), UNODC Vienna.

  7. Grant, B.A. (2008) Research ethics and correctional populations. Lecture to Carleton Univeristy Graduate class (Dec), Ottawa.

  8. Grant, B.A. (2008) Research in the Correctional Service of Canada. Canadian Evaluation Society – Atlantic Region Workshop (Oct. 30), Charlottetown, PEI.

  9. Grant, B.A. (2008) Release options within Correctional Service Canada. International Study of Suspensions, Recall and Revocation, (May 1-2), Vancouver.

  10. Grant, B.A. (2008) Keeper and treater: Public and private madels in substance abuse treatment. American Correctional Association, (Jan.), Kissimmee, Florida.

  11. Grant, B.A. (2007) Substance abuse treatment: Contributing to public safety. New Brunswick – Prince Edward Island Canadian Criminal Justice Association, (Nov. 16), Charlottetown, PEI

  12. Grant, B.A. (2007) Substance abuse treatment: Correctional Service of Canada. FPT Health Services meeting (Oct. 17), Halifax.

  13. Grant, B.A. (2007) Criminal justice and healthy communities: Contributions from the Correctional Services. Grand Rounds, St. Michael’s Hospital, (Oct), Toronto.

  14. Grant, B.A. & Varis, D. (2007) Supporting success by meeting specialized needs. National Summer Institute on Addictions, July 9-12), Stanhope, PEI.

  15. Grant, B.A. (2007) 5 Years of learning. National Summer Institute on Addictions, July 9-12), Stanhope, PEI.

  16. Grant, B.A. (2007) The Addictions Research Centre: A model for effective program development in correctional systems. World Form on Drugs & Dependencies, (), Montreal.

  17. MacPherson, P. & Grant, B.A. (2007) Economic Impacts of FASD. Workshop to discuss economic impacts of FASD, Health Canada, (March 21), Ottawa

  18. Doherty, S. & Grant, B.A. (2006) Women Offender Substance Abuse Programming. American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, (November 1 – 4), Los Angeles, California

  19. Grant, B.A. (2006) Advantages of an Integrated Program Management Structure: Lessons from Substance Abuse Programming. International Corrections and Prisons Association Conference, (October 22 – 26), Vancouver, British Columbia.

  20. Grant, B.A. (2006) Beyond the Courts: How Correctional Service Canada Manages Treatment of Offenders. Canadian Association of Drug Treatment Courts Conference: Building a Community Connection, (October 15 – 17), Edmonton, Alberta.

  21. Grant, B.A., MacPherson, P. & Chudley, A.E. (2006) Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in a correctional population: Preliminary results from an incidence study in a federal penitentiary. 2006 FACE (Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise) research roundtable, (September 9), Moncton, New Brunswick.

  22. Varis, D.D., Grant, B.A., Wasegijig, J. & Dahl, T. (2006) New Beginnings: developing and implementing a substance abuse treatment program for Aboriginal men in federal custody. 55h Healing Our Spirit World Wide Conference, (August 6 – 11), Edmonton, Alberta.

  23. Grant, B.A. & Kunic, D. (2006) Severity of substance abuse problems and criminal behaviours: Results from the Computerized Assessment of Substance Abuse (CASA). Canadian Psychological Association Conference, (June 8 – 10), Calgary, Alberta.

  24. Grant, B.A. (2006) Impact of Administrative Data System Development on Evaluation Research Over 20 Years: An Example from Corrections. Canadian Evaluation Society Annual Meeting, (June 5 – 7), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  25. Grant, B.A. (2006) Design, implementation and sustainability of effective treatment programs in correctional settings. Series of five presentations at the Workshop on substance abuse treatment programs in Latin-American prisons. Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission, (February 27 – March 3), Antigua, Guatemala.

  26. Furlong, A., & Grant, B.A. (2005). Evaluation for the Women Offender Substance Abuse Program (WOSAP). Issues of Substance: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference, (November 14-16), Toronto.

  27. Grant, B.A. (2005d). The Women Offenders Substance Abuse Program (WOSAP). Issues of Substance: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Conference, (November 14 - 16), Toronto.

  28. Grant, B.A. (2005c). Introduction to the Addictions Research Centre. Corrections Research Forum, (October 27 – 28), Calgary, Alberta.

  29. Grant, B.A. & Kunic D. (2005). Computerized Assessment of Substance Abuse. Corrections Research Forum, (October 27 – 28), Calgary, Alberta.

  30. Grant, B.A., Varis, D.D., & Lefebvre, D. (2005) Challenges to Generalizability: A case study from the evaluation of the Intensive Support Units for federal Offenders. Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries: Joint Canadian Evaluation Society/American Evaluation Associations Conference, (October 26-29), Toronto.

  31. Grant, B.A. (2005b). Remarks to the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology: Special Study on Mental Health, Mental Illness and Addiction, (September 21), Senate of Canada, Ottawa,.

  32. Grant, B.A. (2005a). Addressing the challenges of drug and alcohol abuse in Canadian Corrections: The Addictions Research Centre. Joint meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, National Parole Board and Correctional Service Canada, (September 7), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  33. Grant, B.A., & Kunic, D. (2005). Integrating Assessment, Treatment and Research. National Summer Institute on Addictions, (July 18-21), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  34. Grant, B.A. (2005a) The Addictions Research Centre, Montague, PEI. Presentation to Charlottetown City Council, Members of the Legislature and Members of Parliament (PEI). Charlottetown, May 6.

  35. Grant, B.A., MacPherson, P. & Chudley, A.E. (2005). Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): Screening and estimating incidence in an adult correctional population. 2005 Labrador FASD Workshop: Effective Strategies and Best Practices in Prevention, Diagnosing and Intervention, (March 15 – 17), Goose Bay, Labrador, .

  36. Grant, B.A. (2003) Addressing the challenges of drug and alcohol abuse in Canadian corrections. International Council on Alcohol and Addiction: 46th International Conference (October 20, 2003). Toronto, Canada.

  37. Grant, B.A. (2003) The Addictions Research Centre: Drug Issues in Canadian and Atlantic Region Prisons. Making Connections: Social Mapping of Injection Drug Use in Atlantic Canada (January 14 – 15). Moncton, New Brunswick.

  38. Grant, B.A. (2002) The Addictions Research Centre: A Model for Effective Program Developments in Correctional Systems. World Forum on Drugs and Dependencies: Impacts and Responses. (September 22 - 27). Montreal, Quebec.

  39. Grant, B.A. and Hansen, E. (2002) Substance Abuse and Violence: Challenging Our Efforts. Symposium on Violence & Aggression (June 23 - 25). Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

  40. Grant, B.A. (2002) Focusing on Substance Abuse in the Criminal Justice System: The Addictions Research Centre: Annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association (May 30 - June 1). Vancouver, British Columbia.

  41. Grant, B.A. and Johnson, S.L. (2002) Methadone Maintenance Treatment in a Custodial Setting: Correctional Service Canada. Annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association (May 30 - June 1, 2002). Vancouver, British Columbia.

  42. Grant, B.A. (2002) Setting priorities for substance abuse in corrections: National Overview for Canada. Presentation at the International Experts Forum 2002: Setting the Agenda for Substance Abuse Research in Corrections. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  43. Grant, B.A. (2002) Research on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Canadian Prisons. International Experts Forum 2002: Setting the Agenda for Substance Abuse Research in Corrections (April 29 - May 1). Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  44. Grant, B.A. (2002) The Addictions Research Centre: A Multi-modal Model for Substance Abuse Research & Development. Prince Edward Island Health Research Institute (February 15). University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  45. Grant, B.A. (2001) The Addictions Research Centre. Psychology Department Colloquium Series (November 23). University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  46. Grant, B.A, (2001) Harm Reduction in the Corrections Context. Hepatitis C and Harm Reduction Workshop (November 7). Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

  47. Grant, B.A. (2001) Offender Substance Abuse and Community Living. Annual Saint Leonard’s Society of Canada Bolton Lecture Day (June). Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  48. Grant, B.A. (2001) Programming for offenders with substance abuse problems. Corrections Research Forum 2001 & ICCA Canada Day (December 12 - 14, 2001). Ottawa, Canada.

  49. Grant, B.A. (2001) Correctional Service of Canada: Substance Abuse. John Howard Society Public Forum (April 27). Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  50. Grant, B.A. (2000) Focusing on alcohol and drugs: The Addictions Research Division. Corrections Research Forum 2000, October. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  51. Grant, B.A. (2000) Fetal alcohol syndrome in the Correctional Service. Corrections Research Forum 2000, October. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

  52. Grant, B.A. (2000) Targeting addictions in the community. International Community Corrections Association (ICCA), September. Ottawa, Canada.

  53. Grant, B.A. (2000) The challenge of addictions in corrections. Third International Symposium on the Economic and Social Costs of Substance Abuse. Banff, Alberta, June.

  54. Grant, B.A. (1999) Gradual release for effective reintegration. Corrections Research Forum '99. Toronto, Canada.

  55. Grant, B.A. (1999) Discovering the older offender in Canada. Symposium presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association May 19-23, 1999 Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  56. Grant, B.A. & Gal, M. (1999) Trends in older offender populations in federal corrections. Presentation at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, May 19-23, 1999, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  57. Gal, M. & Grant, B.A. (1999) Identifying the needs of older offenders in Canada. Presentation at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, May 19-23, 1999, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  58. Grant, B.A. (1999) Research in support of public and operational policy. Meeting with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons, Albany, New York, April, 1999.

  59. Grant, B.A. & Gal, M. (1999) Recidivism of older offenders. Presentation at the annual conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, May 19-23, 1999, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  60. Grant, B.A. (1998) What works in corrections. Presentation to the Swedish Correctional System, Stockholm, Sweden.

  61. Grant, B.A. (1998) Dealing with high risk offenders using detention and statutory release with residency: Is there an impact. Community Strategies for Statutory Release and the high risk offender, June 1998, Belleville, Ontario.

  62. Grant, B.A. (1998) A study of inmates referred for detention: Extended follow-up and level of harm. 7th Symposium on Violence and Aggression, June, 1998. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

  63. Grant, B.A. & Johnson, S.L. (1998) Halfway house placement as an alternative to detention: A descriptive analysis of current residency releases. Presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Conference (June 1998), Edmonton, Alberta

  64. Johnson, S.L. & Grant, B.A. (1998) The impact of reintegration temporary absences on reintegration success. Presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Conference (June 1998), Edmonton, Alberta

  65. Grant, B.A. (1997) Potential CORCAN contribution to offender reintegration. CORCAN Western Region Meeting, November 1997, Canmore, Alberta.

  66. Grant, B.A. & Gillis, G. (1997) Contribution of early life factors to successful sentence completion. Presentation at the 1997 Annual Meeting of American Society of Criminology, San Diego, California.

  67. Grant, B.A. (1997) Selecting High Risk Offenders to Detain in Custody. Presentation at the 1997 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

  68. Gal, M. and Grant, B.A. (1997) Assessment of Structured Treatment Plans and Recidivism. Presentation at the 1997 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

  69. Gillis, G. and Grant, B.A. (1997) The relationship between offender motivation, day parole outcome and post-release recidivism. Presentation at the 1997 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

  70. Johnson, S. & Grant, B.A. (1997) Identifying the Needs of Married Inmates and their Spouses. Presentation at the 1997 Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.

  71. Grant, B.A. (1995) Preferences and Trade-offs in the hours of work for correctional officers. Paper presented at the Canadian Psychological Conference Annual Convention, June, 1995, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada.

  72. Grant, B.A. (1994) Development of alternative shift schedules for a prison system. Paper presented at the 12th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, August 1994, Toronto, Canada.

  73. Noy, I. and Grant, B.A. (1993) Human force capability for releasing automotive seat belt buckles. Paper presented at the SAE Congress, February 1993, Detroit, Michigan.

  74. Grant, B. A. (1987). Workplace based seat belt programs: the safety potential. Presented at the meeting of the National Association of Fleet Administrators. Montreal, Quebec, April 1987.

  75. Jonah, B. A. and Grant, B. A. (1986). Promotion of seat belt usage in Canada: Enforcement and education. Paper presented at the 94th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, August 22-26, Washington, DC.

  76. Grant, B. A. (1986). Research issues related to evaluations of an impairment warning device used as a sentencing alternative. Presented at the Workshop on in-vehicle alcohol test devices, Office of Pedestrian and Driver Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. (Sept. 17).

  77. Grant, B. A. and Buck, L. (1986). Development of the tracometer as an in-vehicle impairment warning device. Presented at the Workshop on in-vehicle alcohol test devices, Office of Pedestrian and Driver Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC. (Sept. 17).

  78. Grant, B. A. and Jonah, B. A. (1983). Long term effectiveness of selective traffic enforcement programs for increasing seat belt use. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  79. Grant, B. A. and Schneider, F. W. (1981). Predicting classroom learning using biographical variables, personality variables, and school environment. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.






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