Presentations

Abelson J., DeJean D., Giacomini M. (2017). Public Involvement in HTA: Which Publics for Which Technologies? Paper. Health Technology Assessment International, Rome, Italy, June 20.

DeJean D., Abelson J., Wagner F., Petersen S., Boesveld S. (2015). A Framework for Patient and Public Involvement in Ontario’s Health Technology Assessment Process. Paper. Health Technology Assessment International, Oslo, Norway, June 15.

DeJean D., Giacomini M., Hurley J. (2015). Canadians’ polarized constructs of need: Qualitative analysis of responses to a population-based discrete-choice experiment. Paper. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research, Montreal, Canada, May 27.

Abelson J., Wagner F., DeJean D., Petersen S., Boesveld S. (2015). Strengthening Public and Patient Engagement in Health Technology Assessment: A Framework for Involving Patients and the Public in Health Quality Ontario’s Evidence-Review Process. Paper. Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health Symposium. Saskatoon, Canada, April 14.

Vanstone M., DeJean D., Giacomini M. (2014). A reflection on systematic search strategies for qualitative health research to inform HTA: To find the needle, you must get rid of the hay. Paper. Health Technology Assessment International, Washington, DC, USA, June 18.

Abelson J., DeJean D., Boesveld S. (2014). Engaging relevant publics in Ontario’s health technology assessment process. Paper. Health Technology Assessment International, Washington, DC, USA, June 18.

Brundisini F., Vanstone M., Hulan D., DeJean D., Giacomini M. (2014). Facilitating a patient-centered approach to medication adherence among Type 2 Diabetes patients: differences between patient and provider understandings of information requirements. Paper. Health Technology Assessment International, Washington, DC, USA, June 18.

DeJean D and Giacomini M. (2014). The Role of Emergency Medical Services in the Health Care System. Paper. McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences Research Plenary. Hamilton, ON, May 22.

DeJean D and Giacomini M. (2014). What’s ‘emergency’ got to do with it? Reconsidering and Redefining the Role of Emergency Medical Services in the Health Care System. Poster. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research. Toronto, ON, May 15.

Brundisini F., Vanstone M., Hulan D., DeJean D., Giacomini M. (2014). Facilitating a patient-centered approach to medication adherence among Type 2 diabetes patients: differences between patient and provider understandings of information requirements. Poster. New Frontiers in Health Policy Research. McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, April 12.

Vanstone M. Brundisini F., Hulan D., DeJean D., Giacomini M. (2014). Patient and provider perspectives on diabetes medication adherence: A systematic review and qualitative meta-synthesis. Poster. Canadian Association for Drugs and Technology in Health. Symposium Ottawa, Canada. April 9.

DeJean D., Vanstone M., Giacomini M. (2014). Using Qualitative Research in HTA: Strategies for systematic searching and sorting to identify relevant qualitative literature. Paper. Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health Symposium. Ottawa, Canada, April 7.

DeJean D., Abelson J., Boesveld S. (2014). Engaging relevant publics in Ontario’s health technology assessment process. Paper. Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics Research Day. McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, March 27.

Vanstone M., Giacomini M., DeJean D., Brundisini F., Winsor, S., Smith, A. (2013). A new conceptual framework and methodology for systematically synthesizing qualitative research to address social values in health technology policy analysis. Paper. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research. Vancouver, BC. May 30.

Vanstone M., Giacomini M., Smith A., Brundisini F., DeJean D., Winsor S. (2013). Challenges faced by heart disease and diabetes patients as they modify their diets: The influence of social vulnerability. Paper. Canadian Association of Health Services and Policy Research.  Vancouver, BC. May 30.

Vanstone M., Giacomini M., Smith A., Brundisini F., DeJean D., Winsor S. (2013). Diet modification challenges experienced by vulnerable and non-vulnerable diabetes patients: A systematic review and qualitative meta-synthesis. Paper. Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics Research Day. McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, March 22.

DeJean D., Giacomini M., Welsford M., Schwartz L., DeCicca P. (2012). Exploring Paramedics’ Perceptions of Ambulance Use (and Misuse) in Ontario. Paper. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, May 29-31.

DeJean D., Giacomini M., Simeonov D. (2011). Systematically Retrieving Qualitative Research for HTA: An Evaluation of Published Strategies and Electronic Databases. Poster. CADTH Symposium, Vancouver, Canada, April 3.

Giacomini M., Abelson J., Goldsmith L., Levin L., DeJean D., Smith A.  (2010). Social Values in Health Technology Policy Analysis:  A Framework for Using Qualitative Research Evidence. Paper. CAHSPR Annual Conference, May 11.

Giacomini M., Abelson J., Goldsmith L., Levin L., DeJean D., Smith A.,  (2010).  Social Values and Health Technology Policy Analysis: The Role for Qualitative Social Science and Humanities Research Evidence. Paper. CADTH Symposium, Halifax April 18-20.

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