Agnes Grudniewicz
Agnes Grudniewicz
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Printed educational materials: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes
A Giguère, HTV Zomahoun, PH Carmichael, CB Uwizeye, F Légaré, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2020
Predatory journals: no definition, no defence
A Grudniewicz, D Moher, KD Cobey, GL Bryson, S Cukier, K Allen, ...
Nature 576 (7786), 210-212, 2019
What is a predatory journal? A scoping review
KD Cobey, MM Lalu, B Skidmore, N Ahmadzai, A Grudniewicz, D Moher
F1000Research 7, 2018
Identifying older adults at risk of harm following elective surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Watt, AC Tricco, C Talbot-Hamon, B Pham, P Rios, A Grudniewicz, ...
BMC medicine 16, 1-14, 2018
Knowledge and motivations of researchers publishing in presumed predatory journals: a survey
KD Cobey, A Grudniewicz, MM Lalu, DB Rice, H Raffoul, D Moher
BMJ open 9 (3), e026516, 2019
Identifying older adults at risk of delirium following elective surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Watt, AC Tricco, C Talbot-Hamon, B Pham, P Rios, A Grudniewicz, ...
Journal of general internal medicine 33, 500-509, 2018
What is the effectiveness of printed educational materials on primary care physician knowledge, behaviour, and patient outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analyses
A Grudniewicz, R Kealy, RN Rodseth, J Hamid, D Rudoler, SE Straus
Implementation Science 10, 1-12, 2015
Organizational context and capabilities for integrating care: a framework for improvement
JM Evans, A Grudniewicz, GR Baker, WP Wodchis
International journal of integrated care 16 (3), 2016
Defining predatory journals and responding to the threat they pose: a modified Delphi consensus process
S Cukier, M Lalu, GL Bryson, KD Cobey, A Grudniewicz, D Moher
BMJ open 10 (2), e035561, 2020
Architectural frameworks: defining the structures for implementing learning health systems
L Lessard, W Michalowski, M Fung-Kee-Fung, L Jones, A Grudniewicz
Implementation Science 12, 1-11, 2017
‘Complexity-compatible’policy for integrated care? Lessons from the implementation of Ontario's Health Links
A Grudniewicz, T Tenbensel, JM Evans, CS Gray, GR Baker, WP Wodchis
Social science & medicine 198, 95-102, 2018
Redesigning printed educational materials for primary care physicians: design improvements increase usability
A Grudniewicz, O Bhattacharyya, KA McKibbon, SE Straus
Implementation Science 10, 1-13, 2015
The development of a guideline implementability tool (GUIDE-IT): a qualitative study of family physician perspectives
M Kastner, E Estey, L Hayden, A Chatterjee, A Grudniewicz, ID Graham, ...
BMC family practice 15, 1-22, 2014
Examining health care providers’ and middle-level managers’ readiness for change: a qualitative study
T Austin, S Chreim, A Grudniewicz
BMC Health Services Research 20, 1-14, 2020
Goal-oriented care: a catalyst for person-centred system integration
CS Gray, A Grudniewicz, A Armas, J Mold, J Im, P Boeckxstaens
International journal of integrated care 20 (4), 2020
Practice patterns among early-career primary care (ECPC) physicians and workforce planning implications: protocol for a mixed methods study
MR Lavergne, LJ Goldsmith, A Grudniewicz, D Rudoler, EG Marshall, ...
Bmj Open 9 (9), e030477, 2019
Treatment goal setting for complex patients: protocol for a scoping review
A Grudniewicz, M Nelson, K Kuluski, V Lui, HV Cunningham, JX Nie, ...
BMJ open 6 (5), e011869, 2016
Coordinating primary care services: a case of policy layering
D Rudoler, A Peckham, A Grudniewicz, G Marchildon
Health Policy 123 (2), 215-221, 2019
Leading the implementation of Health Links in Ontario
JM Evans, A Grudniewicz, WP Wodchis, GR Baker
University of Toronto, 2014
Applying clinical practice guidelines to the complex patient: insights for practice and policy from stroke rehabilitation
ML Nelson, A Grudniewicz, S Albadry
Healthc Q 19 (2), 38-43, 2016
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