Affiliation: Queen's University
- Resource utilisation and costs of palliative cancer care in an interdisciplinary health care modelA P Johnson
Canada Research Chair in Health Policy, Queen s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Palliat Med 23:448-59. 2009..Future research might investigate whether in-home palliative home care is the most cost effective and suitable care setting for those patients requiring home care services for expected periods of time...
- Cost and threshold analysis of an HIV/STI/hepatitis prevention intervention for young men leaving prison: Project STARTA P Johnson
Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Queen s University, 21 Arch Street, Abramsky Hall, Room 311, Kingston, ON, K7L 4V1, Canada
AIDS Behav 17:2676-84. 2013..Costs are comparable with other HIV prevention programs. Program managers can use these data to gauge costs of initiating these HIV prevention programs in correctional facilities...
- Development of advance care planning research priorities: a call to actionAna P Johnson
Queen s Health Services Research Facility, Queen s University, Abramsky Hall, 21 Arch Street, Room 311, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
J Palliat Care 29:99-106. 2013..Prioritized topics centred largely on the impact of ACP on health resource utilization, communicating advance care planning across settings, and the preferred manner of engaging patients in ACP...
- Health technology assessment: a comprehensive framework for evidence-based recommendations in OntarioAna P Johnson
Queen s University, Abramsky Hall, 21 Arch Street, Room 311, Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6, Canada
Int J Technol Assess Health Care 25:141-50. 2009..This study describes the development of a framework for health technology decisions, for Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee (OHTAC) in Ontario, Canada...