Publications and additional resources

Selected publications

  1. Andermann A, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Taking action on the social determinants of health in clinical practice. CMAJ 2016 Aug 8. pii: cmaj.160177. [link] 
  2. Naz A, Rosenberg E, Andersson N, Labonte R, Andermann A, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Health workers who ask about social determinants of health are more likely to report helping patients: A mixed methods study. Canadian Family Physician, 2016; 62:e684-93. [link]   
  3. Andermann A, Pang T, Newton J, Davis A, Panniset U. Evidence for Health I: Producing evidence for improving health and reducing inequities. Health Research Policy and Systems 2016; 14:18. [link]
  4. Andermann A, Pang T, Newton J, Davis A, Panniset U. Evidence for Health II: Overcoming barriers to using evidence in policy and practice. Health Research Policy and Systems 2016; 14:17. [link]
  5. Andermann A, Pang T, Newton J, Davis A, Panniset U. Evidence for Health III: Making evidence-informed decisions that integrate values and context. Health Research Policy and Systems 2016; 14: 16. [link]
  6. Andermann A. Evidence for Health: From Patient Choice to Global Policy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. [link]
  7. Andermann A. Addressing the social causes of poor health is integral to practicing good medicine. CMAJ 2011; 183(18): 2196. [link]
  8. Santana V, Itaparica M. Social contextual factors contributing to child and adolescent labor: an ecological analysis. Rev Saude Publica 2011; 45(4): 676-85. [link]
  9. Hoque M, Khan J, Hossain S, Gazi R, Rashid H, Koehlmoos T, Walker D. A systematic review of economic evaluations of health and health-related interventions in Bangladesh. Cost Eff Resour Alloc 2011; 9: 12. [link]
  10. Awan S, Nasrullah M, Cummings KJ. Health hazards, injury problems, and workplace conditions of carpet-weaving children in three districts of Punjab, Pakistan. Int J Occup Environ Health 2010; 16(2): 115-21. [link]
  11. Andermann A. Breaking away from the disease-focused paradigm. The Lancet 2010; 376(9758): 2073-4. [link] 

Selected presentations

  1. Andermann A, Santana V, Iriart J, Adams A, Khan J, Douma D, Balla Souley I, Naseer F, Nasrullah M, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. The CLEAR toolkit: A decision aid to help health workers address the social determinants of health in clinical practice. WONCA World Conference of Family Doctors. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: November 2016. [link] 
  2. Andermann A, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Helping support vulnerable patients with intertwined health and social issues. WONCA World Conference of Family Doctors. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: November 2016. [link] 
  3. Almujadidi, B, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Addressing social determinants of health in a Saudi primary care setting: A mixed methods approach. North American Primary Care Research Group. Colorado Springs, USA: November 2016. 
  4. Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. CLEAR Toolkit Pilot Study in Côte-des-Neiges: Helping Health Workers Address the Social Determinants of Poor Health. Family Medicine Forum. Vancouver, Canada: November 2016. [link] 
  5. Corbould E, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Addressing social determinants of health: A role for a clinical decision-aid in an Aboriginal context? Family Medicine Forum. Vancouver, Canada: November 2016. [link] 
  6. Corbould E, Bond A, Shoucri R, Laforest C, Andermann A, on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Addressing the social determinants of health in an Aboriginal context: What role for a clinical decision-aid to help health workers ask about social challenges and know where to refer? Canadian Society for Epidemiology & Biostatistics (CSEB) 2016. Winnipeg, Canada: June 2016. 
  7. Cantor T, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. CLEAR toolkit advanced pilot study: Helping health workers address the social causes of poor health. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) 2016 Conference. Toronto, Canada: May 2016.
  8. Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. What health workers can do to address the social determinants of health: A qualitative study. Canadian Conference on Global Health. Montreal, Canada: November 2015.
  9. Naz A, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Barriers to addressing the social determinants of health in primary care: A qualitative study. Family Medicine Forum. Quebec City, Canada: November 2014. 
  10. Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. How can frontline health workers tackle the social determinants of health: A realist review. Canadian Conference on Global Health. Ottawa, Canada: November 2014. 
  11. Naz A, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR Collaboration. Pre-piloting the CLEAR toolkit to help frontline health workers tackle the social causes of poor health. Canadian Conference on Global Health. Ottawa, Canada: November 2014.
  12. Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR collaboration.  The CLEAR toolkit: What it is and how it works [satellite workshop by invitation by the World Health Organization]. Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health. Recife, Brazil: November 2013. 
  13. Iriart J, Cordeiro M, Santana V, Costa Santos M, Andermann A on behalf of the CLEAR collaboration. Sentidos do trabalho infantile nos discursos e practicas dos profissionais de saude da atencao basica [Perceptions of child labour in the discourse and practice of primary health care workers]. 10o Congresso Brasileirode Saúde Coletiva. Porto Allegre, Brazil: November 2012. [link] 
  14. Andermann A. Addressing the social causes of poor health: Developing a health equity guide for frontline health workers. Research Rounds Presentation. St Mary’s Research Centre, Montreal, Canada: March 2012. [link] 
  15. Andermann A, Iriart J, Santana V on behalf of the CLEAR collaboration. Child labour as an entry point to reducing intergenerational health inequities: Case studies from Brazil. Global Health Conference: Advancing Health Equity in the 21st Century. Montreal, Canada: November 2011. [link] 
  16. Deschner M, Santana V, Iriart J, Andermann A, Rees T. Articulating the Social: Collective Health and the Vision of Brazilian Sanitary Reform. Arts Student Internship Forum, McGill University, Montreal, Canada: October 2011. [link] 
  17. Andermann A, Iriart J, Santana V. Child labour in the favelas of Northern Brasil: Primary health care as a lever to promote health equity. Family Medicine Research Seminar Series, McGill University, Montreal, Canada: February 2011. [link] 

Media articles

  1. Sigler B. Reaching out with the toolkit: McGill professor tackles child labour by co-opting health sector. The McGill Daily, Sept 15, 2011. [link]
  2. Hynes J. CLEAR project uses primary health care to combat hazardous child labour. The McGill Reporter, June 3, 2011. [link]  

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