Research Focus

Dr. Johnson's research interests have been in economic evaluations of health care programs, uncertainty in cost-effectiveness analysis, decision-making, resource allocation, public health, and health technologies. Her recent projects include the economic evaluation of various health programs and analysis of uncertainty in cost-effectiveness analysis using classical and Bayesian methods. Decision analytic projects have concentrated on prioritization and resource allocation in the USA, Canada, and New Zealand.

MEDICATION ADHERENCE PROJECT

OUR CURRENT RESEARCH

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HEALTH LINKS PROJECT

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ILD NURSE PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS PROJECT

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OPIOIDS IN SPINE SURGERY

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GATEWAY MEDICATION ADHERENCE PROJECT

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RWANDA PROJECT

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FRAILTY ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR CARDIAC SURGERY 

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GATHERING OF NATIVE AMERICANS: AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION

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MEDICATION ADHERENCE PROJECT

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EVALUATION OF A VIRTUAL HEALTHCARE PILOT PROGRAM IN SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO

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PORTABLE MRI PROJECT