Nicholas B King
Affiliation: McGill University
- Who cares about health inequalities? Cross-country evidence from the World Health SurveyNicholas B King
McGill University, 3647 Peel St, Montreal, Qc H3A 1X1, Canada
Health Policy Plan 28:558-71. 2013..Individuals in countries with higher GDP per capita, life expectancy, and equality in child mortality were more likely to prioritize minimizing health inequalities. ..
- Untreated pain, narcotics regulation, and global health ideologiesNicholas B King
Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
PLoS Med 10:e1001411. 2013..Reducing global inequalities in untreated pain requires a concerted global effort, say Veronique Fraser and colleagues, which must attend to the complexity of pain and promote multimodal, multidisciplinary pain management...
- Commentary on 'Biodefence and the production of knowledge: rethinking the problem'Nicholas B King
Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University, 3647 Peel St, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1X1, Canada
J Med Ethics 39:207-8. 2013..However, the essay consistently misrepresents the breadth and depth of scholarly research on the ethics and politics of biodefence...
- Use of relative and absolute effect measures in reporting health inequalities: structured reviewNicholas B King
Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, 3647 Peel St, Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 1X1
BMJ 345:e5774. 2012..To examine the frequency of reporting of absolute and relative effect measures in health inequalities research...
- Determinants of increased opioid-related mortality in the United States and Canada, 1990-2013: a systematic reviewNicholas B King
Nicholas B King is with the Biomedical Ethics Unit and the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec Veronique Fraser is with the Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University Constantina Boikos, Robin Richardson, and Sam Harper are with the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health, McGill University
Am J Public Health 104:e32-42. 2014..Preventing additional opioid-related mortality will likely require interventions that address multiple determinants and are tailored to specific locations and populations. ..
- Implicit value judgments in the measurement of health inequalitiesSam Harper
Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health, McGill University, Montreal, QC H3A 1A2, Canada
Milbank Q 88:4-29. 2010....
- Impact of selective evidence presentation on judgments of health inequality trends: an experimental studySam Harper
Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
PLoS ONE 8:e63362. 2013..difference graphs had an impact on assessments of inequality change. Selective reporting of measures of health inequality has the potential to create biased judgments of progress in ameliorating health inequalities...