Knowledge Translation

Sharing MAAP findings 

 

Articles, abstracts, and other publications

Conference Papers

Marshall, EG, O’Connell, Lawson, B, Gibson, R, Martin-Misener, R.  (November 12-16, 2016) Collaboration in Primary Care: Defining the Elements and Examining Outcomes. 44thAnnual North American Primary Care Research Group Conference (NAPCRG), Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Marshall, EG, Lawson, B, O’Connell, C. (November 12-16, 2016) How Well do Primary Care Providers’ Responses About Their Practices Match Those of Their Office Staff? Results From the MAAP-NS Population Study. 44th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Conference (NAPCRG), Colorado Springs, Colorado.  

Marshall, EG. (May 11, 2016) The Promise and Perils of Big Data: Lessons Learned from the Models and Access Atlas of Primary Care in Nova Scotia Study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON. 

Marshall EG, O’Connell C, Lawson B, Burge F. (May 11, 2016) What provider and practice characteristics predict the offering of non-office based services (care in other settings and community outreach) among family physicians? Findings from the Models and Access Atlas of Primary Care Providers in Nova Scotia (MAAP-NS) study.  Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, ON.  

Marshall, EG, Burge, F, Lawson, B, Gibson, R, Chisholm, J, Harvie, B, Able H. Are Family Physicians Accepting New Patients on Opioids (Narcotics)? Findings and Implications from the Models and Access Atlas of Primary Care in Nova Scotia Study (MAAP-NS) North American Primary Care Research Group Conference, Cancun, Mexico, October 2015

Marshall, EG, Burge, F, Able H, Lawson, B, Chisholm, J, Harvie, B, Gibson, R. Do provider and practice characteristics predict availability of and access to primary care? Findings from the MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas to Primary Care Providers in Nova Scotia Study. North American Primary Care Research Group Conference, Cancun, Mexico, October 2015.

Marshall, EG, Burge, F, Lawson, B, Gibson, R, Chisholm, J, Harvie, B, Able H. First contact access to family physicians for patients requiring narcotics. Findings from the MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas to Primary Care Providers in Nova Scotia Study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Montreal, QC. May 28, 2015.

Marshall EG, Burge F, Lawson B, Gibson R, Chisholm J, Harvie B, Nadeau S, Varatharasan N. MAAP-NS: Models & Access Atlas to Primary Care in Nova Scotia.  Preliminary Findings of Phase 1 Phone Surveys. Presentation to Doctors Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS, April 22, 2015. 

Marshall EG.  MAAP-NS: Access for patients. Findings for Nova Scotia, Capital Health and you. District Department of Family Practice Community Council. Halifax, NS. January 22, 2015.  

Marshall EG, Lawson B, Chisholm J, Gibson R, Varatharasan N, Burge F. (November 21 2014) How prevalent are “meet and greet” screening appointments for new patients? Implications for access equity. NAPCRG, New York City, NY, November 22, 2014.

Marshall EG, Lawson B, Burge F, Gibson R, Chisholm J, Varatharasan N. Do socioeconomic status or having a chronic condition affect whether family physicians accept a new patient? NAPCRG, New York City, NY, November 24, 2014. 

Marshall EG, Lawson B, Chisholm J, Gibson R, Varatharasan N, Burge F. (November 12 2014) How prevalent are “meet and greet” screening appointments for new patients? Implications for access equity. Family Medicine Forum, Quebec City, Que

Conference Posters

Marshall, EG, Pinkham J, MacKean P, Samson L, Cook J. (June 29, 2016) Primary care availability and accessibility in Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia: Results from the MAAP-AC Study. The Primary Healthcare Partnership Forum (PRIFOR), St. John’s, NL. 

Pinkham J, Marshall EG, O’Connell C, MacKean P. (April 1, 2016) Access to and availability of primary care physicians and nurse practitioners in Prince Edward Island. RIM Research Day, Halifax, NS.

Marshall, EG, Lawson, B, Gibson, R., Varatharasan, N, Nadeau, S. (2014, May) What are the experiences of patient calling primary care provider offices after hours? MAAP-NS: A Nova Scotia Population Study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, Ontario. May 2014. 

Marshall, EG, Burge, F, Lawson, Chisholm, J., B, Gibson, R., Varatharasan, N, Nadeau, S. (2014, May) MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas of Primary Care Providers in Nova Scotia: Preliminary findings of a population study. Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR) Conference, Toronto, Ontario. May 2014. 

Marshall EG, Burge F, Lawson B, Van Aarsen K, Chisholm J, Gibson R (2013 April) MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas to Family Physicians-Nova Scotia. Results of a Feasibility Pilot Study Testing a New Method and Indicators for Access to Family Physicians. TUTOR-PHC Alumni Symposium

Marshall EG, Burge F, Lawson B, Van Aarsen K, Chisholm J, Gibson (2012 November) MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas to Family Physicians-Nova Scotia. Feasibility Pilot Study Results. Family Medicine Forum

Peer Reviewed Publications

Marshall EG, Gibson RJ, Lawson B, Burge F.  Protocol for determining primary healthcare practice characteristics, models of practice and patient accessibility using an exploratory census survey with linkage to administrative data in Nova Scotia, Canada BMJ Open  2017; 7:e014631. doi: 10.1136/bmj-2016-014631 http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/7/3/e014631

 

Reports

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Knowledge Translation Activities

Marshall, EG, Burge, F, Gibson, R. (May 28 2014) MAAP-NS: Models and Access Atlas to Primary Care in Nova Scotia. What have we learned about accessibility for patients and 5 easy ways you could we make it better. District Department of Family Practice and Primary Health Care Spring Forum. Halifax, NS.