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Brianne Wood
Brianne Wood
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Verified email at nosm.ca
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Community-randomised controlled trial embedded in the Anishinaabek Cervical Cancer Screening Study: human papillomavirus self-sampling versus Papanicolaou cytology
I Zehbe, R Jackson, B Wood, B Weaver, N Escott, A Severini, M Krajden, ...
BMJ open 6 (10), e011754, 2016
712016
Colonial legacy and the experience of First Nations women in cervical cancer screening: a Canadian multi-community study
P Wakewich, B Wood, C Davey, A Laframboise, I Zehbe, ACCSS group
Critical public health 26 (4), 368-380, 2016
662016
Strategies for increasing cervical cancer screening amongst first nations communities in Northwest Ontario, Canada
M Maar, P Wakewich, B Wood, A Severini, J Little, AN Burchell, G Ogilvie, ...
Health Care for Women International 37 (4), 478-495, 2016
432016
Abundant expression of interleukin-21 receptor in follicular lymphoma cells is associated with more aggressive disease
B Wood, S Sikdar, SJ Choi, S Virk, A Alhejaily, T Baetz, DP LeBrun
Leukemia & lymphoma 54 (6), 1212-1220, 2013
292013
Strategies to reach marginalized women for cervical cancer screening: A qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives
B Wood, A Lofters, M Vahabi
Current Oncology 25 (1), 8-16, 2018
262018
Using community engagement to inform and implement a community-randomized controlled trial in the Anishinaabek cervical cancer screening study
B Wood, AN Burchell, N Escott, J Little, M Maar, G Ogilvie, A Severini, ...
Frontiers in oncology 4, 27, 2014
262014
“They should be asking us”: a qualitative decisional needs assessment for women considering cervical cancer screening
B Wood, VL Russell, Z El-Khatib, S McFaul, M Taljaard, J Little, ...
Global Qualitative Nursing Research 5, 2333393618783632, 2018
182018
Engaging Canadian First Nations women in cervical screening through education
I Zehbe, P Wakewich, B Wood, P Sameshima, Y Banning, J Little, ...
International journal of health promotion and education 54 (5), 255-264, 2016
182016
Quality of reporting of patient decision aids in recent randomized controlled trials: a descriptive synthesis and comparative analysis
KB Lewis, B Wood, KR Sepucha, RG Thomson, D Stacey
Patient education and counseling 100 (7), 1387-1393, 2017
172017
Integrating socially accountable health professional education and learning health systems to transform community health and health systems
B Wood, M Fitzgerald, C Kendall, E Cameron
Learning Health Systems 5 (3), e10277, 2021
142021
Teaching tools to engage Anishinaabek First Nations women in cervical cancer screening: Report of an educational workshop
I Zehbe, B Wood, P Wakewich, M Maar, N Escott, N Jumah, J Little, ...
Health education journal 75 (3), 331-342, 2016
122016
Differential expression of cell-cycle regulatory proteins defines distinct classes of follicular lymphoma
A Alhejaily, B Wood, CJ Foster, PL Farmer, CB Gilks, J Brettschneider, ...
Human pathology 42 (7), 972-982, 2011
112011
Human papillomavirus and cervical cancer risk perception and vaccine acceptability among adolescent girls and young women in Durban, South Africa
VL Russell, G Ogilvie, M Beksinska, M Nyrenda, S Mitchell-Foster, ...
South African Medical Journal 110 (9), 887-893, 2020
92020
Development and field testing of a tool to elicit women's preferences among cervical cancer screening modalities
B Wood, M Taljaard, Z El‐Khatib, S McFaul, ID Graham, J Little
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 25 (6), 1169-1181, 2019
92019
Eliciting women’s cervical screening preferences: a mixed methods systematic review protocol
B Wood, SR Van Katwyk, Z El-Khatib, S McFaul, M Taljaard, E Wright, ...
Systematic reviews 5, 1-7, 2016
52016
Building capacity for integrated knowledge translation: a description of what we can learn from trainees’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
P Medeiros, C Laur, T Nguyen, M Gilfoyle, A Conway, E Giroux, ...
Health Research Policy and Systems 20 (1), 100, 2022
42022
Knowledge of central venous access devices among nurses in two acute care facilities in Canada.
A Raynak, F Paquet, A Ruck, B Wood
Vascular Access 12 (2), 2018
32018
Comparing and using prominent social accountability frameworks in medical education: moving from theory to implementation in Northern Ontario, Canada
B Wood, H Bohonis, B Ross, E Cameron
Canadian Medical Education Journal 13 (5), 45-68, 2022
22022
The Clinical Nurse Specialist Role and its Relevance to Vascular Access: A Canadian Perspective
A Raynak, B Wood
Journal of the Association for Vascular Access 26 (3), 25-30, 2021
22021
A conceptual framework to describe and evaluate a socially accountable learning health system: Development and application in a northern, rural, and remote setting
B Wood, G Attema, B Ross, E Cameron
The International Journal of Health Planning and Management 37, 59-78, 2022
12022
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