Holly Witteman
Holly Witteman
Professor of Medicine, Université Laval
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Shared decision making: examining key elements and barriers to adoption into routine clinical practice
F Légaré, HO Witteman
Health affairs 32 (2), 276-284, 2013
A three-talk model for shared decision making: multistage consultation process
G Elwyn, MA Durand, J Song, J Aarts, PJ Barr, Z Berger, N Cochran, ...
bmj 359, 2017
Are gender gaps due to evaluations of the applicant or the science? A natural experiment at a national funding agency
HO Witteman, M Hendricks, S Straus, C Tannenbaum
The Lancet 393 (10171), 531-540, 2019
“You get reminded you’re a sick person”: personal data tracking and patients with multiple chronic conditions
JS Ancker, HO Witteman, B Hafeez, T Provencher, M Van de Graaf, E Wei
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (8), e202, 2015
Clarifying values: an updated review
A Fagerlin, M Pignone, P Abhyankar, N Col, D Feldman-Stewart, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 13 (2), 1-7, 2013
Health effects of climate change: an overview of systematic reviews
RJ Rocque, C Beaudoin, R Ndjaboue, L Cameron, L Poirier-Bergeron, ...
BMJ open 11 (6), e046333, 2021
The defining characteristics of Web 2.0 and their potential influence in the online vaccination debate
HO Witteman, BJ Zikmund-Fisher
Vaccine 30 (25), 3734-3740, 2012
User-centered design and the development of patient decision aids: protocol for a systematic review
HO Witteman, SC Dansokho, H Colquhoun, A Coulter, M Dugas, ...
Systematic reviews 4, 1-8, 2015
Understanding vaccine hesitancy in Canada: results of a consultation study by the Canadian Immunization Research Network
E Dubé, D Gagnon, M Ouakki, JA Bettinger, M Guay, S Halperin, K Wilson, ...
PloS one 11 (6), e0156118, 2016
The invisible work of personal health information management among people with multiple chronic conditions: qualitative interview study among patients and providers
JS Ancker, HO Witteman, B Hafeez, T Provencher, M Van de Graaf, E Wei
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (6), e137, 2015
Blocks, ovals, or people? Icon type affects risk perceptions and recall of pictographs
BJ Zikmund-Fisher, HO Witteman, M Dickson, A Fuhrel-Forbis, VC Kahn, ...
Medical decision making 34 (4), 443-453, 2014
Design Features of Explicit Values Clarification Methods: A Systematic Review
HO Witteman, T Gavaruzzi, LD Scherer, A Pieterse, Arwen, Fuhrel-Forbis, ...
Medical Decision Making 36 (4), 453-471, 2016
Modeling of impact dynamics: A literature survey
S Faik, H Witteman
2000 International ADAMS user conference, 2000
Pain in children with cancer
PR Tutelman, CT Chambers, JN Stinson, JA Parker, CV Fernandez, ...
The Clinical journal of pain 34 (3), 198-206, 2018
Life transitions and online health communities: reflecting on adoption, use, and disengagement
M Massimi, JL Bender, HO Witteman, OH Ahmed
Proceedings of the 17th ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2014
Numeracy and literacy independently predict patients’ ability to identify out-of-range test results
BJ Zikmund-Fisher, NL Exe, HO Witteman
Journal of medical Internet research 16 (8), e3241, 2014
Measuring vaccine acceptance among Canadian parents: A survey of the Canadian Immunization Research Network
E Dubé, D Gagnon, M Ouakki, JA Bettinger, HO Witteman, S MacDonald, ...
Vaccine 36 (4), 545-552, 2018
The majority of accredited continuing professional development activities do not target clinical behavior change
F Légaré, A Freitas, P Thompson-Leduc, F Borduas, F Luconi, A Boucher, ...
Academic Medicine 90 (2), 197-202, 2015
Combining deliberation and intuition in patient decision support
M de Vries, A Fagerlin, HO Witteman, LD Scherer
Patient education and counseling 91 (2), 154-160, 2013
Graphics help patients distinguish between urgent and non-urgent deviations in laboratory test results
BJ Zikmund-Fisher, AM Scherer, HO Witteman, JB Solomon, NL Exe, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 24 (3), 520-528, 2017
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