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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, Wagner F, DeJean D, Boesveld S, Gauvin FP, Bean S, Axler R, Petersen S, Baidoobonso S, Pron G, Giacomini M, Lavis J. Public and patient involvement in health technology assessment: A framework for action. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 2016. Sept. 27:1-9.

Bainbridge D, Bryant D, Seow H. Capturing the palliative homecare experience from bereaved caregivers through qualitative survey data: Towards transforming quality improvement. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2016. Oct. 5. 

Boothe K. Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of pharmaceuticals in Canada. Health Reform Observer – Observatoire des Réformes de Santé. 2016. 4(1).

Embrett MG, Randall GE, Longo CJ, Nguyen T, Mulvale G. Effectiveness of Health System Services and Programs for Youth to Adult Transitions in Mental Health Care: A Systematic Review of Academic Literature . Administration and Policy in Mental |Health and Mental Health Services Research. March 2016. 42(2). pp 259-269.

Jackson-Lee A, Barr NG, Randall GE. Mandating influenza vaccinations for health care workers: analysing opportunities for policy change using Kingdon's agenda setting framework. BMC Health Services Research. 2016. Sep 29;16(1):522.s

Lee L, Patel T, Costa A, Bryce E, Hillier LM, Slonim K, Hunter SW, Heckman G, Molar F. Screening for frailty in primary care: Accuracy of gait speed and hand-grip strength. Canadian Family Physician. 2017. Jan. 63(1): e51–e57.

Montesanti SR, Abelson J, Lavis JN, Dunn JR. The value of frameworks as knowledge translation mechanisms to guide community participation practice in Ontario CHCs. Social Science and Medicine. October 2015. 142: 223-231.

Murphy GT, Birch S, MacKenzie A, Bradish A, Rose AE. A synthesis of recent analyses of human resources for health requirements and labour market dynamics in high-income OECD countries. Human Resources for Health. 2016. 14:59.

O’Reilly D, Bowen JM, Perampaladas K, Qureshi R, Zie F, Hughes E. Feasibility of an altruistic sperm donation program in Canada: results from a population-based model. Reproductive Health. 2017. 14:8. DOI 10.1186/s12978-016-0275-0

Seow H, Barbera L, Pataky R, Lawson B, O’Leary E, Fassbender K, McGrail K, Burge F, Brouwers M, Stradhar R. Does Increasing Home Care Nursing Reduce Emergency Department Visits at the End of Life? A Population-Based Cohort Study of Cancer Decedents. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. Volume 51, Issue 2, February 2016, Pages 204–212.

Seow H, Dhaliwal G, Fassbender K, Rangrej J, Brazil K, Fainsinger R. The Effect of Community-Based Specialist Palliative Care Teams on Place of Care. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2016. Jan;19(1):16-21.

Seow H, Sutradhar R, McGrail K, Fassbender K, Pataky R, Lawson B, Sussman J, Burge F, Barbera L. End-of-Life Cancer Care: Temporal Association between Homecare Nursing and Hospitalizations. Journal of Palliative Medicine. February 2016, 19(3): 263-270.

Sanders GD, Neumann PJ, Basu A, Brock DW, Feeny D, Krahn M, Kuntz KM, Meltzer DO, Owens DK, Prosser LA, Salomon JA, Sculpher MJ, Trikalinos TA, Russell LB, Siegel JE, Ganiats TG. Recommendations for Conduct, Methodological Practices, and Reporting of Cost-effectiveness Analyses: Second Panel on Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine. JAMA. 2016.316(10):1093-1103.

Tarride J-E, Burke N, Leslie WD, Morin SN, Adachi JD, Papaioannou A, Bessette L, Brown JP, Pericleous L, Muratov S, Hopkins RBLoss of health related quality of life following low-trauma fractures in the elderly. BMC Geriatric. 2016:16:84.

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