Publications from the Health Studies Department aim to increase understanding of health and wellness and the changing health needs of society. Research includes health policy, gerontology, bioethics, and health measurement and statistics.

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Submissions from 2021

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A case analysis of partnered research on palliative care for refugees in Jordan and Rwanda, Sonya de Laat, Olive Wahoush, Rania Jaber, Wejdan Khater, Emmanuel Musoni, Ibraheem Abu Siam, Lisa Schwartz, Matthew Hunt, Lynda Redwood-Campbell, Laurie Elit, Elysée Nouvet, Rachel Yantzi, Kevin Bezanson, Carrie Bernard, Takhliq Amir, Ani Chénier, Gautham Krishnaraj, and Corinne SchusterWallace

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Priority setting during the COVID-19 pandemic: going beyond vaccines, Iestyn Williams and Elysee Nouvet

Submissions from 2020

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The application of drones in healthcare and health-related services in north america: A scoping review, Bradley Hiebert, Elysée Nouvet, Vyshnave Jeyabalan, and Lorie Donelle

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Addressing obstacles to the inclusion of palliative care in humanitarian health projects: a qualitative study of humanitarian health professionals’ and policy makers’ perceptions, Matthew Hunt, Elysée Nouvet, Ani Chénier, Gautham Krishnaraj, Carrie Bernard, Kevin Bezanson, Sonya de Laat, and Lisa Schwartz

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Context-specific challenges, opportunities, and ethics of drones for healthcare delivery in the eyes of program managers and field staff: A multi-site qualitative study, Vyshnave Jeyabalan, Elysée Nouvet, Patrick Meier, and Lorie Donelle

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Nurses' experiences of their decision-making process when participating in clinical trials during the 2014–2016 West African Ebola crisis, David Nguyen, Antonia Arnaert, John Pringle, Norma Ponzoni, Sekou Kouyaté, Nahal Fansia, and Elysée Nouvet

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COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa: impacts on vulnerable populations and sustaining home-grown solutions, Lauren J. Wallace, Elysée Nouvet, Robert Bortolussi, Joshua A. Arthur, Eugenia Amporfu, Eric Arthur, Kofi Bobi Barimah, Bernard Aristide Bitouga, Harriet Chemusto, Joseph Ikechebelu, Ngozi Joe-Ikechebelu, Mandy Kader Kondé, Jean Damascene Kabakambira, Gabriel Kyomba Kalombe, Diana M.S. Karanja, Eveline Thobias Konje, Sekou Kouyate, Gojjam Limeneh, Felicien Munday Mulopo, Mary Ndu, Eric Ochomo, Oriokot Francis, Oumy Thiongane, Jeremiah Seni, S. Mohammed Sheriff, and Douglas Singini

Submissions from 2019

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Priorities, barriers, and facilitators towards international guidelines for the delivery of supportive clinical care during an ebola outbreak: A cross-sectional survey, Marie Claude Battista, Christine Loignon, Lynda Benhadj, Elysee Nouvet, Srinivas Murthy, Robert Fowler, Neill K.J. Adhikari, Adnan Haj-Moustafa, Alex P. Salam, Adrienne K. Chan, Sharmistha Mishra, Francois Couturier, Catherine Hudon, Peter Horby, Richard Bedell, Michael Rekart, Jan Hajek, and Francois Lamontagne

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Ebola virus disease and palliative care in humanitarian crises, Favila Escobio and Elysée Nouvet

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Women's freedom of movement and participation in psychosocial support groups: Qualitative study in northern India, Nicola Gailits, Kaaren Mathias, Elysée Nouvet, Pooja Pillai, and Lisa Schwartz

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Perceptions of drones, digital adherence monitoring technologies and educational videos for tuberculosis control in remote Madagascar: A mixed-method study protocol, Elysée Nouvet, Astrid M. Knoblauch, Ian Passe, Andry Andriamiadanarivo, Manualdo Ravelona, Faniry Ainanomena Ramtariharisoa, Kimmerling Razafimdriana, Patricia C. Wright, Jesse McKinney, Peter M. Small, Niaina Rakotosamimanana, and Simon Grandjean Lapierre

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What are you (un)doing with that story?, Elysée Nouvet, Christina Sinding, Catherine Graham, Jennie Vengris, Ann Fudge Schormans, Ailsa Fullwood, and Melanie Skeene

Submissions from 2018

Refocusing research ethics paradigms post Ebola: a narrative synthesis, N Gailits and Elysee Nouvet

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Barriers to supportive care during the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa: Results of a qualitative study, Christine Loignon, Elysée Nouvet, François Couturier, Lynda Benhadj, Neill K.J. Adhikari, Srinivas Murthy, Rob A. Fowler, and François Lamontagne

Barriers to supportive care during the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa: Results of a qualitative study, C. Loignon and Elysee Nouvet

Preparing for the Dying and 'Dying in Honor': Guineans' Perceptions of Palliative Care in Ebola Treatment Centers, Elysee Nouvet; S. Kouyate; and Bezanson,

Looking good but doing harm? Perceptions of short-term medical missions in Nicaragua, Elysee Nouvet and Elysee Nouvet

There is no time for these patients: ethics, obstacles and palliative care in humanitarian settings, L Schwartz and Elysee Nouvet

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Canadian hospital nurses’ roles in communication and decision-making about goals of care: An interpretive description of critical incidents, Patricia H. Strachan, Jennifer Kryworuchko, Elysée Nouvet, James Downar, and John J. You

Canadian hospital nurses' roles in communication and decision-making about goals of care: An interpretive description of critical incidents, PH Strachan and Elysee Nouvet

Negotiating and Navigating Access to Refugees and Residents While Researching Palliative Care in Humanitarian Crisis Situations: Results from 4 Case Studies, O. Wahoush and Elysee Nouvet

Submissions from 2016

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Staying Current in Your Field of Interest: Tips for Aspiring Students as Researchers, Dor D. Abelman

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Factors influencing communication and decision-making about life-sustaining technology during serious illness: A qualitative study, Jennifer Kryworuchko, P. H. Strachan, E. Nouvet, J. Downar, and J. J. You

Extra-ordinary aid and its shadows: The work of gratitude in Nicaraguan humanitarian healthcare, Elysée Nouvet

Opportunities, limits and challenges of perceptions studies for humanitarian contexts, Elysée Nouvet, Caroline Abu-Sada, Sonya de Laat, Christine Wang, and Lisa Schwartz