David Barber
David Barber
Assistant Professor, Department Family Medicine, Queen's University
Verified email at dfm.queensu.ca
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Prevalence and epidemiology of diabetes in Canadian primary care practices: a report from the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network
M Greiver, T Williamson, D Barber, R Birtwhistle, B Aliarzadeh, S Khan, ...
Canadian journal of diabetes 38 (3), 179-185, 2014
The diagnosis of depression and its treatment in Canadian primary care practices: an epidemiological study
ST Wong, D Manca, D Barber, R Morkem, S Khan, J Kotecha, ...
CMAJ open 2 (4), E337, 2014
A Canadian primary care sentinel surveillance network study evaluating antidepressant prescribing in Canada from 2006 to 2012
R Morkem, D Barber, T Williamson, SB Patten
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 60 (12), 564-570, 2015
Using machine learning to predict hypertension from a clinical dataset
D LaFreniere, F Zulkernine, D Barber, K Martin
2016 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 1-7, 2016
Utility of linking primary care electronic medical records with Canadian census data to study the determinants of chronic disease: an example based on socioeconomic status and …
S Biro, T Williamson, JA Leggett, D Barber, R Morkem, K Moore, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 16 (1), 1-8, 2016
Adult obesity prevalence in primary care users: an exploration using Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN) data
AV Rigobon, R Birtwhistle, S Khan, D Barber, S Biro, R Morkem, I Janssen, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 106 (5), e283-e289, 2015
Trends in the use of electronic medical records
SC Biro, DT Barber, JA Kotecha
Canadian Family Physician 58 (1), e21-e21, 2012
Are we asking patients if they smoke?: missing information on tobacco use in Canadian electronic medical records
M Greiver, B Aliarzadeh, C Meaney, R Moineddin, CA Southgate, ...
American journal of preventive medicine 49 (2), 264-268, 2015
Recent trends in the prescribing of ADHD medications in Canadian primary care
R Morkem, S Patten, J Queenan, D Barber
Journal of attention disorders 24 (2), 301-308, 2020
Trends in antidepressant prescribing to children and adolescents in Canadian primary care: A time‐series analysis
R Morkem, T Williamson, S Patten, JA Queenan, ST Wong, D Manca, ...
Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 26 (9), 1093-1099, 2017
Caring for the whole practice: The future of primary care
T Williamson, N Natarajan, D Barber, D Jackson, M Greiver
Canadian Family Physician 59 (7), 800-800, 2013
Detecting low back pain from clinical narratives using machine learning approaches
M Judd, F Zulkernine, B Wolfrom, D Barber, A Rajaram
International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 126-137, 2018
Determining the impact of a new physiotherapist-led primary care model for back pain: protocol for a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial
J Miller, D Barber, C Donnelly, S French, M Green, J Hill, J MacDermid, ...
Trials 18 (1), 1-13, 2017
Data discipline in electronic medical records: Improving smoking status documentation with a standardized intake tool and process
D Barber, T Williamson, S Biro, KH Barber, D Martin, L Kinsella, ...
Canadian Family Physician 61 (12), e570-e576, 2015
Horses and buggies have some advantages over cars, but no one is turning back
R Birtwhistle, D Barber, N Drummond, M Godwin, M Greiver, A Singer, ...
Canadian Family Physician 61 (5), 416-419, 2015
Barriers to accessing weight-loss interventions for patients with class II or III obesity in primary care: a qualitative study
B Zevin, N Dalgarno, M Martin, C Grady, J Matusinec, R Houlden, ...
CMAJ open 7 (4), E738, 2019
The Food Environment in Canada: The Problem, Solutions, and The Battle Ahead
L Minaker, KD Raine
Canadian journal of diabetes 37, S245, 2013
Validation of an EMR algorithm to measure the prevalence of ADHD in the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (CPCSSN)
R Morkem, K Handelman, JA Queenan, R Birtwhistle, D Barber
BMC medical informatics and decision making 20 (1), 1-8, 2020
Survey of Perceptions and Educational Needs of Primary Care Providers Regarding Management of Patients with Class II and III Obesity in Ontario, Canada
B Zevin, MI Martin, N Dalgarno, L Chan, N Sivapalan, R Houlden, ...
Evaluating prevalence and patterns of prescribing medications for depression for patients with obesity using large primary care data (Canadian Primary Care Sentinel …
S Puzhko, T Schuster, TA Barnett, C Renoux, E Rosenberg, D Barber, ...
Frontiers in nutrition 7, 24, 2020
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