Gillian Mulvale
Gillian Mulvale
Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca - Homepage
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Collaborative health care teams in Canada and the USA: Confronting the structural embeddedness of medical dominance
IL Bourgeault, G Mulvale
Health Sociology Review 15 (5), 481-495, 2006
1482006
‘Gearing Up’to improve interprofessional collaboration in primary care: a systematic review and conceptual framework
G Mulvale, M Embrett, SD Razavi
BMC family practice 17 (1), 1-13, 2016
1402016
Mental health service delivery in Ontario, Canada: How do policy legacies shape prospects for reform?
G Mulvale, J Abelson, P Goering
Health Economics, Policy and Law 2 (4), 363-389, 2007
582007
Effectiveness of health system services and programs for youth to adult transitions in mental health care: a systematic review of academic literature
MG Embrett, GE Randall, CJ Longo, T Nguyen, G Mulvale
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Servicesá…, 2016
572016
The cost of mental health and substance abuse services in Canada: A report to the Mental Health Commission of Canada
P Jacobs, C Dewa, A Lesage, HM Vasiliadis, C Escober, G Mulvale, ...
Alberta, Canada: Institute of Health Economics, 2010
492010
Lost in transition or translation? Care philosophies and transitions between child and youth and adult mental health services: a systematic review
GM Mulvale, TD Nguyen, AM Miatello, MG Embrett, PA Wakefield, ...
Journal of Mental Health, 2016
472016
Advancing community-based collaborative mental health care through interdisciplinary family health teams in Ontario
G Mulvale, U Danner, D Pasic
Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 27 (2), 55-73, 2009
462009
Finding the right mix: How do contextual factors affect collaborative mental health care in Ontario?
G Mulvale, IL Bourgeault
Canadian Public Policy 33 (Supplement 1), S49-S64, 2007
462007
Impact of information and communication technology on interprofessional collaboration for chronic disease management: a systematic review
N Barr, D Vania, G Randall, G Mulvale
Journal of health services research & policy 22 (4), 250-257, 2017
422017
Codesigning health and other public services with vulnerable and disadvantaged populations: Insights from an international collaboration
G Mulvale, S Moll, A Miatello, G Robert, M Larkin, VJ Palmer, A Powell, ...
Health Expectations 22 (3), 284-297, 2019
392019
Engaging civil society through deliberative dialogue to create the first Mental Health Strategy for Canada: Changing Directions, Changing Lives
G Mulvale, H Chodos, M Bartram, MP MacKinnon, M Abud
Social Science & Medicine 123, 262-268, 2014
392014
A scoping review of evaluated interventions addressing developmental transitions for youth with mental health disorders
B Di Rezze, T Nguyen, G Mulvale, NG Barr, CJ Longo, GE Randall
Child: care, health and development 42 (2), 176-187, 2016
342016
Co‐designing for quality: creating a user‐driven tool to improve quality in youth mental health services
CL Hackett, G Mulvale, A Miatello
Health Expectations 21 (6), 1013-1023, 2018
292018
Preventing youth from falling through the cracks between child/adolescent and adult mental health services: a systematic review of models of care
T Nguyen, MG Embrett, NG Barr, GM Mulvale, DK Vania, GE Randall, ...
Community mental health journal 53 (4), 375-382, 2017
282017
Applying experience-based co-design with vulnerable populations: Lessons from a systematic review of methods to involve patients, families and service providers in child andá…
A Mulvale, A Miatello, C Hackett, G Mulvale
Patient Experience Journal 3 (1), 117-129, 2016
262016
Insurance coverage and the treatment of mental illness: effect on medication and provider use
G Mulvale, J Hurley
Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 11 (4), 177, 2008
222008
Recovery in the Canadian context: Feedback on the framework for mental health strategy development
G Mulvale, M Bartram
Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 28 (2), 7-15, 2009
192009
No more “us” and “them”: integrating recovery and well-being into a conceptual model for mental health policy
G Mulvale, M Bartram
Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 34 (4), 31-67, 2016
172016
Are you really doing ‘codesign’? Critical reflections when working with vulnerable populations
S Moll, M Wyndham-West, G Mulvale, S Park, A Buettgen, M Phoenix, ...
BMJ open 10 (11), e038339, 2020
152020
Co-designing services for youth with mental health issues: novel elicitation approaches
G Mulvale, S Moll, A Miatello, L Murray-Leung, K Rogerson, RB Sassi
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18, 1609406918816244, 2019
152019
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