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Patient-centered research for better health and healthcare

Jeannie Haggerty

      Current academic and hospital titles
      
 
       
McGill Research Chair
        Family and Community Medicine
        St. Mary’s Research Centre

        Associate professor
        Department of Family Medicine
        McGill University 

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Current research interests

Primary Care Services
Quality of Healthcare
Health Services and Policy Research
Psychometric Methods
Epidemiologic Methods 

Current research grants and collaborations

Principal Investigator: Family and Community Medicine Research.
Funded by: CFI, 2011-2016.
 
Principal Investigator: Formation d’un nouveau réseau de recherche en soins médicaux de première ligne.
Funded by: FRQS, 2011-2012.
 
Principal Investigator: At the interface of the community and the healthcare system: a longitudinal cohort to study evolving health and impact of primary healthcare from the patient perspective. www.programmeprecise.ca
Funded by: CIHR, 2008-2013.
 
Principal Investigator: At the interface of the community and the healthcare system: a longitudinal cohort for a programme of foundational research on primary health care processes and impacts.
Funded by: CHSRF, MSSQ, Fondation de l’Hôpital Charles LeMoyne, ASSS, Fondation du Centre hospitalier St. Mary, 2008-2013.
 
Co-Investigator: CIHR Team Grant in Reconfiguration of Health Care Organizations and Systems. Major role in Project 1: The Emergence of Healthcare Networks.
Funded by: CIHR, 2008-2013.
 
Representative recent publications

Healthcare Policy  -  Special Supplement Volume 7 (12 Articles)
http://www.longwoods.com/publications/healthcare-policy/22634
 
1. Measurement of Primary Healthcare Attributes from the Patient Perspective. Detailed Report
 
2. Canadian Experts’ Views on the Importance of Attributes within Professional and  Community  Orient Primary Healthcare Models. Detailed Report
 
3. Validation of Instruments to Evaluate Primary Healthcare from the Patient Perspective: Overview of the Method. Detailed Report
 
4. Differential Item Functioning in Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments by French/English Version, Educational Level and Urban/Rural Location. Detailed Report
 
5. What Patients Tell Us about Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments:  Response Formats, Bad Questions and Missing Pieces. Detailed Report
 
6. Accessibility from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report
 
7. Interpersonal communication from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report
 
8. Relational Continuity from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report
 
9. Management Continuity from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report

10. Comprehensiveness of Care from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report
 
11. Respectfulness from the Patient Perspective: Comparison of Primary Healthcare Evaluation Instruments. Detailed Report
 
Haggerty J, Fortin M, Beaulieu M-D, Hudon C, Loignon C, Préville M, Roberge D. At the interface of community and healthcare systems : A longitudinal cohort study on evolving health and the impact of primary healthcare from the patient’s perspective. BMC Health Services Research, 2010, Sept 3:10:258.
 
Haggerty J, Burge F, Gass D, Lévesque JF, Beaulieu MD, Pineault R., Santor D. Operational Definitions of Attributes of Primary Health Care : Consensus among Canadian Experts. Annals of Family Medicine 2007;5(4):336-344.
 
Haggerty J, Roberge D, Freeman G, Beaulieu C, Breton M. When patients encounter several providers: Validation of a generic measure of continuity of care. Annals of Family Medicine (accepted)
 
Haggerty J, Freeman G, Roberge D, Breton M. Patients’ perceptions of management continuity in a local health network. The International Journal of Integrated Care (accepted).