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Expert: Health Care Accessory Fees (Quebec)

The Quebec government has the intention to prohibit all accessory fees in health care. (La Presse)

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Published on : 02 May 2016

Whole-of-society approach for public health policymaking: a case study of polycentric governance from Quebec, Canada

Authors: Addy, N. A., Poirier, A., Blouin, C., Drager, N. and Dubé, L. Publication: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Abstract:

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Published on : 27 Jul 2015

An Innovative Approach to Addressing Childhood Obesity: A Knowledge-Based Infrastructure for Supporting Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Decision-Making in Quebec, Canada

Authors: Addy, N. A., Shaban-Nejad, A., Buckeridge, D. L., and Dubé, L. Publication: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Abstract:

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Published on : 27 Jul 2015

Civil Society appeals to policymakers to declare malnutrition as a medical emergency

Almost eight million children in India are severely malnourished and have nine times higher risk of death compared to normal children. These children deserve to live. In January 2015 over 100 organisations and individuals collectively urged the government to take action and save the lives of children with Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) through the Generation Nutrition Campaign.

Published on : 27 Jul 2015

"Literature Review of Interprofessional Research on Inpatient Pharmacy Operations," American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy

Authors: Abel, Steven R.; Intrevado, Paul; Ozen, Layla Publication: American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy Abstract:

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Published on : 17 Jul 2013

"Diffusion of a collaborative care model in primary care: a longitudinal qualitative study," BMC Family Practice

Authors: Vedel, Isabelle; Ghadi, Veronique; de Stampa, Matthieu; Routelous, Christelle; Bergman, Howard; Ankri, Joel; Lapointe, Liette Publication: BMC Family Practice, 2013 Abstract:

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Published on : 16 May 2013

"Collaborating through Social Media to Create Health Awareness," Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Authors: Lapointe, Liette; Ramaprasad, Jui; Vedel, Isabelle Publication: Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences Abstract:

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Published on : 12 Apr 2013

"Opening the black box of clinical collaboration in integrated care models for frail, elderly patients," Gerontologist

Authors: De Stampa, Matthieu; Vedel, Isabelle; Bergman, Howard; Novella, Jean Luc; Lechowski, Laurent; Ankri, Joël C.; Lapointe, Liette Publication: Gerontologist, April 2013 Abstract:

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Published on : 27 Mar 2013

“Feedback dynamic between emotional reinforcement and healthy eating: An application of the reciprocal Markov model,” Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Authors: Ip, Edward; Zhang, Qiang; Lu, Ji; Mabry, Patricia L.; Dubé, Laurette Publication: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 2013 Abstract:

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Published on : 20 Mar 2013

Neurobehavioural correlates of body mass index and eating behaviours in adults: A systematic review

Authors: Vainik, Uku; Dagher, Alain A.; Dubé, Laurette; Fellows, Lesley K. Abstract:

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Published on : 01 Mar 2013

Designing a post-genomics knowledge ecosystem to translate pharmacogenomics into public health action

Authors: Dove, E.; Faraj, S.; Kolker, E.; Ozdemir, V. Abstract:

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Published on : 11 Feb 2013

Managing the myths of health care

Author: Henry Mintzberg Abstract: Myths impede the effective management of health care, for example that the system is failing (indeed, that is a system), and can be fixed by detached social engineering and heroic leadership, or treating it more like a business. This field needs to reframe its management, as distributed beyond the “top”; its strategy as venturing, not planning; its organizing as collaboration beyond control, and especially itself, as a system beyond its parts.

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Published on : 08 Nov 2012

Fixing the other health care issue

Despite high per-capita spending, health care in Canada consistently underperforms, according to the Commonwealth Fund, which tracks indicators for accessibility, timeliness and outcomes across a number of developed countries. The system that is straining to meet demand today will face an even higher burden in the years ahead, as the population ages. A number of Canadian business schools are looking to meet this challenge by educating future health care managers to bring new perspectives to old problems.

Published on : 25 Sep 2012