Publications

Liste en cours de mise à jour

  1. Hudon C, Chouinard MC, Pluye P, et al. (under review). Case management for frequent users of healthcare services with chronic diseases in primary care:a systematic mixed studies review. CMAJ
  2. Hamzeh J, Pluye P, Bush PL, Ruchon C, Vedel I, Hudon C (under review). Processes and Outcomes of Organizational Participatory Research Health Partnerships: A Systematic Mixed Studies Review with Framework Synthesis. Evaluation and Program Planning
  3. Kaur N & Pluye P (under review). Delineating and Operationalizing the Definition of Patient Oriented Research: a Modified e-Delphi. Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Review
  4. Vedel I, Kaur N, et al. (under review). Why and How to use Mixed Methods in Primary Health Care Research. Family Practice for evaluation journal.
  5. Kaur N & Pluye P (under review). Mixed methods strategies applied to combine qualitative and quantitative methods in Community Based Primary Health Care Research (CBPHC): a methodological review.
  6. Langlois A, Nie J-Y, Thomas J, Hong QN, Pluye P. (2018 forthcoming). Research Synthesis Methods Discriminating between empirical studies and nonempirical works using automated text classification.
  7. Pluye P, García Bengoechea E, Granikov V, Kaur N, Li Tang D. (2018). A World of Possibilities in Mixed Methods: Review of the Combinations of Strategies Used to Integrate the Phases, Results, and Qualitative and Quantitative Data. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches
  8. Granikov V, Bouthillier F, Li Tang D, Pluye P. (2018). The value of collaborative monitoring and filtering of Patient-Oriented Research publications: A protocol for a mixed methods study. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association.
  9. Bush PL, Tremblay MC, & The OPR recommendations working group. (2018). Organizational Participatory Research Practice Guide. Registration of Copyright for the English version (#1144569), Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Industry Canada. Retrieved from https://soutiensrapmetho.ca/mieuxservir/
  10. Bush PL, Tremblay MC, & The OPR recommendations working group. (2018). Recherche Participative Organisationelle.guide de pratique. Registration of Copyright for the French version (#1150605), Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Industry Canada. Retrieved from https://soutiensrapmetho.ca/mieuxservir/
  11. El Sherif R, Marquis M, Shikako-Thomas K, Tarlao C, Bush P, & Pluye P (2018). Program evaluation and quality improvement questionnaires: Toolkit for Rapid and Rigorous TransCultural Adaptation (RR-TCA) (#1147334), Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Industry Canada.
  12. Zhang H & Schuster T. (2018). Questionnaire instrument development in primary health care research – A plea for using Bayesian inference. Canadian Family Physician. (Sep).
  13. Bujold M, Hong QN, et al. (2018). Oser les défis des méthodes mixtes en sciences sociales et sciences de la santé. Cahiers scientifiques de l’ACFAS (Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences) ed. Vol. 117. Disponible ici sous le nom: Cahier de l’ACFAS-2017
  14. Bush PL, Hamzeh J, Macaulay, AC (2018). Community Based Participatory Research (DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756797-0126). Oxford University Press, Annoted Bibliography (Public Health)
  15. Bush PL, Haggerty J, et al. (2018). Organizational Participatory Research in North America IN Participatory Health Research. International Perspectives (MT Wright & K. Kongats (Eds.). SAGE
  16. Bujold M, Pluye P, Légaré F. The Participatory Review Team, et al. (2017). Decisional needs assessment of patients with complex care needs in primary care: a participatory systematic mixed studies review protocol. BMJ Open;7: e016400. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016400
  17. Hudon C, Chouinard MC Aubrey-Bassler K, et al. (2017). Case management in primary care among frequent users of health care services with chronic conditions: Protocol of a realist synthesis. BMJ Open
  18. Hudon C, Chouinard MC Aubrey-Bassler K, et al. (2017). Case management in primary care among frequent users of health care services with chronic conditions: Protocol of a realist synthesis. BMJ Open
  19. Beaulieu MD, Boivin A, Dumez V, et al. (2017). Implementing infrastructure for Primary Care Patient-Oriented Research: Challenges and opportunities. Family Medicine Forum 2016 Research Proceedings, Canadian Family Physician journa
  20. Bush P, Pluye P, et al. (2017). Organizational participatory research: A systematic mixed studies review exposing its extra benefits and the key factors associated with them. Implementation Science
  21. Bossé P-L, Morin P, et al. (2017). « Projet Baromètre : Améliorer sa qualité de vie. Un outil numérique québécois au service de la personnalisation en santé et services sociaux  » dans Carrier, S., Morin, P., Gross, O. et De La Tribonnière, La participation des personnes dans les soins de santé et de services sociaux. Regards croisés France-Québec, Québec, Presses de l’Université du Québec. Presses de l’Université du Québec.
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