Pascale Lehoux
Pascale Lehoux
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A systematic review of clinical outcomes, clinical process, healthcare utilization and costs associated with telerehabilitation
D Kairy, P Lehoux, C Vincent, M Visintin
Disability and rehabilitation 31 (6), 427-447, 2009
3752009
Focus group research and “the patient's view”
P Lehoux, B Poland, G Daudelin
Social science & medicine 63 (8), 2091-2104, 2006
2802006
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
2292007
The problem of health technology: policy implications for modern health care systems
P Lehoux
Taylor & Francis, 2006
2122006
How place matters: unpacking technology and power in health and social care
B Poland, P Lehoux, D Holmes, G Andrews
Health & Social Care in the Community 13 (2), 170-180, 2005
1972005
Technology assessment and the sociopolitics of health technologies
P Lehoux, S Blume
Journal of health politics, policy and law 25 (6), 1083-1120, 2000
1962000
The theory of use behind telemedicine:: how compatible with physicians’ clinical routines?
P Lehoux, C Sicotte, JL Denis, M Berg, A Lacroix
Social science & medicine 54 (6), 889-904, 2002
1922002
Involving patients in setting priorities for healthcare improvement: a cluster randomized trial
A Boivin, P Lehoux, R Lacombe, J Burgers, R Grol
Implementation Science 9 (1), 24, 2014
1652014
Mapping the integration of social and ethical issues in health technology assessment
P Lehoux, B Williams-Jones
International journal of technology assessment in health care 23 (1), 9, 2007
1322007
The use of technology at home: what patient manuals say and sell vs. what patients face and fear
P Lehoux, J Saint‐Arnaud, L Richard
Sociology of health & illness 26 (5), 617-644, 2004
1302004
Patients' perspectives on high-tech home care: a qualitative inquiry into the user-friendliness of four technologies
P Lehoux
BMC Health Services Research 4 (1), 28, 2004
1292004
How do business model and health technology design influence each other? Insights from a longitudinal case study of three academic spin-offs
P Lehoux, G Daudelin, B Williams-Jones, JL Denis, C Longo
Research Policy 43 (6), 1025-1038, 2014
1262014
Feasibility and outcome evaluation of a telemedicine application in speech–language pathology
C Sicotte, P Lehoux, J Fortier-Blanc, Y Leblanc
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 9 (5), 253-258, 2003
1052003
Redefining health technology assessment in Canada: diversification of products and contextualization of findings
P Lehoux, S Tailliez, JL Denis, M Hivon
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 20 (3), 325-336, 2004
942004
What are the key ingredients for effective public involvement in health care improvement and policy decisions? A randomized trial process evaluation
A Boivin, P Lehoux, J Burgers, R Grol
The Milbank Quarterly 92 (2), 319-350, 2014
932014
The computer based patient record: a strategic issue in process innovation
C Sicotte, JL Denis, P Lehoux
Journal of medical systems 22 (6), 431-443, 1998
911998
Fostering deliberations about health innovation: What do we want to know from publics?
P Lehoux, G Daudelin, O Demers-Payette, A Boivin
Social Science & Medicine 68 (11), 2002-2009, 2009
812009
The computer-based patient record challenges towards timeless and spaceless medical practice
C Sicotte, JL Denis, P Lehoux, F Champagne
Journal of medical systems 22 (4), 237-256, 1998
811998
Creating a new articulation between research and practice through policy? The views and experiences of researchers and practitioners
JL Denis, P Lehoux, M Hivon, F Champagne
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 8 (2_suppl), 44-50, 2003
782003
Use of health technology assessment in decision making: Coresponsibility of users and producers?
M Hivon, P Lehoux, JL Denis, S Tailliez
International journal of technology assessment in health care 21 (2), 268-275, 2005
752005
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