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CHEPA Faculty Publications

CHEPA Faculty members produce an average of 110 publications per year, including books, peer-reviewed articles, editorials and government reports. Research conducted by CHEPA members and staff can be found in a range of journals and other publications that deal with health economics, health policy and health treatments and care.

A comprehensive database of all publications by CHEPA faculty from 1992 to August 2016 is available. To search this database, click here.

Recent publications

Abelson J. Patient engagement in health technology assessment: what constitutes 'meaningful' and how we might get thereJournal of Health Services Research and Policy. 2018. 0(0) 1-3.

Alvarez ELavis JN, Brouwers M, Schwartz LDeveloping a workbook to support the contextualisation of global health systems guidance: A case study identifying steps and critical factors for success in this process at the World Health OrganizationHealth Research Policy and Systems. 2018.16:19.

Ball GE, Xie F, Tarride J-EEconomic evaluation of Bevacizumab for treatment of platinum-resistant recurrent ovarian cancer in CanadaPharmacoEconomics – Open. March 2018. 2(1) 19-20.

Barbera L, Sutradhar R, Chu A, Seow H, Howell D, Earle CC, O’Brien MA, Dudgeon D, Atzema C, Husain A, Liu Y, D Angelis C. Comparison of opioid prescribing among cancer and non-cancer patients aged 18-64: analysis using administrative dataJournal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2018. 03.10. S0885-3924(18)30135-0.

Barr NGLongo CJ, Embrett MG, Mulvale GM, Nguyen T, Randall GEThe transition from youth to adult mental health services and the economic impact on youth and their familiesHealthcare Management Forum. 2017. 30(6), 283-288.

Boothe KPharmaceutical policy reform in Canada: Lessons from historyHealth economics, Policy and Law. 2018. February 1.

Costa ACharting age-associated cognitive declineCMAJ. 2017 Dec 4;189(48):E1470-E1471.

Essue BM, Kapiriri LThe unfunded priorities: an evaluation of priority setting for noncommunicable disease control in UgandaGlobalization and Health. 2018. 14:22.

Hoffman SJ, Mansoor Y, Natt N, Sritharan L, Belluz J, Caulfield T, Freedhoff Y, Lavis JN, Sharma AM. Celebrities’ impact on health-related knowledge, attitudes, behaviours, and status outcomes: Protocol for a systematic review, meta-analysis, and meta-regression analysisSystematic Reviews. 2018. 6(1):13.

Jung YL, Tompa E, Longo C, Kalcevich C, Kim J, Song C, Demers P. The economic burden of bladder cancer due to occupational exposureJournal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.2017. December.

Kapriri L, Chanda-Kapata P.  The quest for a framework for sustainable and institutionalised priority-setting for health research in a low-resource setting: the case of Zambia. Health Research Policy and Systems. 2018. 16:11.

Laidsaar-Powell R, Buttow P, Charles C, Gafni A, Entwistle V, Epstein R, Juraskova I. The TRIO framework: Conceptual insights into family caregiver involvement and influence throughout cancer treatment decision-makingPatient Education and Counseling. 2017.100:235-246.

Lee JY, Muratov S, Tarride J-E, Holbrook AM. Managing high-cost healthcare users: The international search for effective evidence-supported strategies. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2018. February 10.

Muratov S, Lee J, Holbrook A, Paterson JM, Guertin JR, Mbuagbaw L, Gomes T, Khuu W, Pequeno P, Costa APTarride J-ESenior high-cost healthcare users' resource utilization and outcomes: A protocol of a retrospective matched cohort study in CanadaBMJ Open. 2018. 7(12):e:018488.

Hanmer, J., Cella, D., Feeny, D. et al. Evaluation of options for presenting health-states from PROMIS® item banks for valuation exercises. Quality of Life Research. 2018. April 12. 1-9.

O’Malley L, Worthington HV, Donaldson M, O’Neil C, Birch S, Noble S, Killough S, Murphy L, Greer M, Brodison J, Verghis R, Tickle M. Oral health behaviours of patients and young children in a practice-based caries prevention trial in Northern IrelandCommunity Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology. 2017. 00:1–7.

O’Neill L, Samaan Z, McCabe K, Tabak TA,  Key B, Litke K, Whattam J, Garrick L, Chalmers S, Xie F, Thabane L, Patel Y, Shahid H, Zielinsk L, Vanstone MPatient experiences and opinions of an enhanced Behavioural Activation group intervention for depression.Research on Social Work Practice. 2018. January 12. 1-9.

O’Reilly DJ, Burke N, Tarride J-E, Hahn J, Nurkanovic L.  Direct healthcare costs and productivity costs associated with hypoglycemia in the Canadian Hypoglycemia Assessment Tool ProgramCanadian Journal of Diabetes. 2018. February 04.

Seow H, Arora A, Barbera L, McGrail K, Lawson B, Burge F, Sutradhar R. Does access to end-of-life homecare nursing differ by province and community size?: A population-based cohort study of cancer decedents across CanadaHealth Policy. 2017.11.014.

Seow H, Bainbridge D. A review of the essential components of quality palliative care in the homeJournal of Palliative Medicine. 2018. 21(S1):S37-S44.

Seow H, O’Leary E, Perez R, Tanuseputro P. Access to palliative care by disease trajectory: a population-based cohort of Ontario decedents. BMJ Open. 2018. 8:e021147

Smith RW, Costa AP, Sinha SK, Glazier RH, Forster A, Jeffs L. Investigating the effect of sociodemographic factors on 30-day hospital readmission among medical patients in Toronto, Canada: a prospective cohort studyBMJ Open. 2017. December 12;7(12):e017956.

Tarride J-E,  Hopkins RB, Burke N, Guertin JR, O’Reilly D, Fell CD, Dion G, Kolb M. Clinical and economic burden of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in Quebec, CanadaClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research. 2018.10:127-137.

Wilson DM, Birch SMoving from place to place in the last year of life: A qualitative study identifying care setting transition issues and solutions in OntarioHealth and Social Care in the Community. 2017.

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