Julia Abelson
Julia Abelson
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
TitleCited byYear
How can research organizations more effectively transfer research knowledge to decision makers?
JN Lavis, D Robertson, JM Woodside, CB McLeod, J Abelson
The Milbank Quarterly 81 (2), 221-248, 2003
12282003
Deliberations about deliberative methods: issues in the design and evaluation of public participation processes
J Abelson, PG Forest, J Eyles, P Smith, E Martin, FP Gauvin
Social science & medicine 57 (2), 239-251, 2003
11482003
Public participation in health care priority setting: a scoping review
C Mitton, N Smith, S Peacock, B Evoy, J Abelson
Health policy 91 (3), 219-228, 2009
3282009
‘The public is too subjective’: public involvement at different levels of health-care decision making
A Litva, J Coast, J Donovan, J Eyles, M Shepherd, J Tacchi, J Abelson, ...
Social Science & Medicine 54 (12), 1825-1837, 2002
2792002
Bringing ‘the public’into health technology assessment and coverage policy decisions: from principles to practice
J Abelson, M Giacomini, P Lehoux, FP Gauvin
Health policy 82 (1), 37-50, 2007
2212007
Assessing the impacts of public participation: Concepts, evidence and policy implications
J Abelson, FP Gauvin
Canadian Policy Research Networks, 2006
2132006
A critical analysis of studies of state drug reimbursement policies: research in need of discipline
SB Soumerai, D Ross-Degnan, EE Fortess, J Abelson
The Milbank Quarterly, 217-252, 1993
2061993
Primary care in Canada: so much innovation, so little change
B Hutchison, J Abelson, J Lavis
Health Affairs 20 (3), 116-131, 2001
2042001
What is important to continuity in home care?: Perspectives of key stakeholders
CA Woodward, J Abelson, S Tedford, B Hutchison
Social science & medicine 58 (1), 177-192, 2004
1802004
Does deliberation make a difference? Results from a citizens panel study of health goals priority setting
J Abelson, J Eyles, CB McLeod, P Collins, C McMullan, PG Forest
Health Policy 66 (1), 95-106, 2003
1772003
Does the community want devolved authority? Results of deliberative polling in Ontario.
J Abelson, J Lomas, J Eyles, S Birch, G Veenstra
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal 153 (4), 403, 1995
1371995
Examining the role of context in the implementation of a deliberative public participation experiment: Results from a Canadian comparative study
J Abelson, PG Forest, J Eyles, A Casebeer, E Martin, G Mackean
Social Science & Medicine 64 (10), 2115-2128, 2007
1292007
Deliberative dialogues as a mechanism for knowledge translation and exchange in health systems decision-making
JA Boyko, JN Lavis, J Abelson, M Dobbins, N Carter
Social science & medicine 75 (11), 1938-1945, 2012
1262012
Are we expecting too much from print media? An analysis of newspaper coverage of the 2002 Canadian healthcare reform debate
PA Collins, J Abelson, H Pyman, JN Lavis
Social Science & Medicine 63 (1), 89-102, 2006
1242006
Understanding the role of contextual influences on local health-care decision making: case study results from Ontario, Canada
J Abelson
Social Science & Medicine 53 (6), 777-793, 2001
1222001
Clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners in Canada
A DiCenso, D Bryant-Lukosius
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, 2010
1182010
“It all depends”: Conceptualizing public involvement in the context of health technology assessment agencies
FP Gauvin, J Abelson, M Giacomini, J Eyles, JN Lavis
Social science & medicine 70 (10), 1518-1526, 2010
1162010
Assessing the impacts of public participation: concepts
J Abelson, FP Gauvin
Evidence and Policy Implications. Ottawa, Canadian Policy Research Networks …, 2006
1022006
Research use in children's mental health policy in Canada: Maintaining vigilance amid ambiguity
C Waddell, JN Lavis, J Abelson, J Lomas, CA Shepherd, T Bird-Gayson, ...
Social science & medicine 61 (8), 1649-1657, 2005
1012005
Participation in health care priority-setting through the eyes of the participants
D Martin, J Abelson, P Singer
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 7 (4), 222-229, 2002
1012002
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