N E MacDonald
Affiliation: Dalhousie University
- Protecting Canadian travellers: prevention is better than cureJay S Keystone
CMAJ 178:373, 375. 2008
- Vaccine hesitancy: Definition, scope and determinantsNoni E MacDonald
Department of Paediatrics, Dalhousie University, Canadian Centre for Vaccinology, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Canada Electronic address
Vaccine 33:4161-4. 2015....
- Strengthening of causality assessment of adverse events following immunization in the WHO South East Asia and Western Pacific regions: Lessons from the 2014 SEAR inter-country workshopNoni E MacDonald
Department of Paediatrics, Dalhousie University, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Canada Electronic address
Vaccine 33:6902-7. 2015..Poorly managed AEFI undermine immunization programs. Improved surveillance in SEAR countries means more AEFIs but management varies. SEAR brought countries together to share AEFI experiences, and learn more about causality assessment...
- MicroResearch: finding sustainable local health solutions in East Africa through small local research studiesN E MacDonald
Department of Pediatrics, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada IWK Health Centre, Halifax, Canada Electronic address
J Epidemiol Glob Health 4:185-93. 2014..In East Africa, MicroResearch is fostering local ability to find sustainable solutions for community health problems. At 5years, the following reports its progress...
- Risk perception, risk management and safety assessment: what can governments do to increase public confidence in their vaccine system?Noni E MacDonald
Dalhousie University, Canadian Center for Vaccinology, IWK Health Center, 5850 5980 University Ave, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3K 6R8
Biologicals 40:384-8. 2012..A change to a behavioural change strategy such as the WHO COMBI program that has been applied to disease eradication efforts is suggested...
- Challenges to immunization: the experiences of homeless youthAlexander Doroshenko
Department of Pediatrics, Canadian Center for Vaccinology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
BMC Public Health 12:338. 2012..Early departure from school and limited access to public health services makes them a particularly vulnerable high-risk group. This study explores challenges to obtaining essential vaccines experienced by homeless youth...
- Gonococcal infections in newborns and in adolescentsNoni MacDonald
Dalhousie University, Division Pediatric Infectious Diseases, IWK Health Center, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Adv Exp Med Biol 609:108-30. 2008..As noted in the 2001 Institute of Medicine Report, learning about sex, sexuality and prevention of STI is a basic human right of adolescents (DiClemente and Crosby 2006)...
- Expansion of CMAJ's support for health promotion and disease preventionNoni MacDonald
IWK Health Centre, 5850 5980 University Ave, PO Box 9700, Halifax, NS B3K 6R8
CMAJ 177:268-9. 2007
- Psychological interventions for reducing pain and distress during routine childhood immunizations: a systematic reviewChristine T Chambers
Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Clin Ther 31:S77-S103. 2009..Immunizations are a common source of pain and distress for children. Psychological interventions consist of a variety of techniques for relaxing and distracting children during immunization with the goal of reducing pain and distress...
- Impact of influenza exposure on rates of hospital admissions and physician visits because of respiratory illness among pregnant womenLinda Dodds
Canadian Centre for Vaccinology, Halifax, NS
CMAJ 176:463-8. 2007..We evaluated the impact of exposure during nonpandemic influenza seasons on the rates of hospital admissions and physician visits because of respiratory illness among pregnant women...
- High-risk STD/HIV behavior among college studentsN E MacDonald
Department of Pediatrics, Children s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa, Canada
JAMA 263:3155-9. 1990..These factors are potentially amenable to change. Effective, behaviorally focused educational programs are needed to improve condom use and reduce STD/HIV risk...
- Canadian guidelines on sexually transmitted infections, 2006Noni MacDonald
IWK Health Centre, Division of Infectious Diseases, Halifax, NS
CMAJ 176:175-6. 2007
- Influenza and the influenza vaccineNoni MacDonald
Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Paediatrics, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
CMAJ 177:1028. 2007
- Members' of Parliament knowledge of and attitudes toward health research and fundingDaniel R Clark
Department of Psychology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
CMAJ 177:1045-51. 2007..Given the role of Members of Parliament in setting government funding priorities, we surveyed Members of Parliament about their knowledge of and attitudes toward health research, health research funding and CIHR...
- Influenza vaccine programs and pregnancy: new Canadian evidence for immunizationShelly A McNeil
Canadian Centre for Vaccinology, Halifax NS
J Obstet Gynaecol Can 29:674-6. 2007....
- Maternal respiratory syncytial virus antibody titers: season and children matterNicole Le Saux
Division of Infectious Diseases, Children s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Pediatr Infect Dis J 22:563-4. 2003..Mean antibody titers were significantly higher between April and September and significantly higher in women who already had children at home...
- Mumps in young adults: the canary in the coal mineNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 177:121, 123. 2007
- Safe water? Depends on where you live!Steve E Hrudey
CMAJ 178:975, 977. 2008
- Profile: Dr. Noni MacDonald. Interview by Cynthia MartinNoni MacDonald
Hosp Q 5:80-2, 84. 2002
- Immigrants and tuberculosisNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 169:1005-6; author reply 1006. 2003
- Reflecting on governance for CMAJNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 174:1537, 1539. 2006
- Editorial policy: industry funding and editorial independenceNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 174:1817, 1819. 2006
- Editorial independence for CMAJ: signposts along the roadNoni MacDonald
CMAJ, Ottawa, Ont
CMAJ 175:453. 2006
- Human papillomavirus vaccine risk and realityNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 179:503, 505. 2008
- Microresearch: borrowing from the microfinance experienceNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 179:399-400. 2008
- Canada's pathologyKathy Chorneyko
CMAJ 178:1523-6. 2008
- Bringing a research base to psychiatryMiriam Shuchman
CMAJ 178:1257-60. 2008
- Ending life with grace and agreementAmir Attaran
CMAJ 178:1115-6, 1117-8. 2008
- Ending the sexist blame gameCarol Herbert
CMAJ 178:659, 661. 2008
- Decision-making capacity in an age of controlKenneth M Flegel
CMAJ 178:127, 129. 2008
- Finding the way--meeting the needs of adults with childhood-acquired illnessesNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 175:717, 719. 2006
- Is it time for another medical curriculum revolution?Kenneth M Flegel
CMAJ 178:11, 13. 2008
- It's time to take back the health care debateMatthew B Stanbrook
CMAJ 177:1157, 1159. 2007
- A year in the life of CMAJNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 175:1497. 2006
- What's killing and maiming Canada's youth?Noni MacDonald
CMAJ 176:737, 739. 2007
- Human papillomavirus vaccine: waiting for a miracleNoni MacDonald
CMAJ 177:433, 435. 2007
- Progressive licensing needs progressive open debatePaul C Hebert
CMAJ 176:1801, 1803. 2007