Wranik WD. Price S. Haydt SM. Edwards J. Hatfield K. Weir J. Doria N. 2019. Implications of interprofessional primary care team characteristics for health services and patient health outcomes: A systematic review with narrative synthesis. Health Policy. 123(6):550-563

Wranik WD. Haydt SM. 2018. Funding models and medical dominance in interdisciplinary primary care teams: qualitative evidence from three Canadian provinces. Human Resources for Health. 16:38

Wranik WD. Haydt SM. Katz A. Levy AR. Korchagina M. Edwards JM. Bower I. 2017. Funding and remuneration of interdisciplinary primary care teams in Canada: a conceptual framework and application. BMC Health Services Research. 17:351

Wranik WD. Hayden JA. Price S. Parker RMN. Haydt SM. Edwards JM. Suter E. Katz A. Gambold LI. Levy AR. 2016. How best to structure interdisciplinary primary care teams: the study protocol for a systematic review with narrative framework synthesis. Systematic Reviews. 5(1):170

Wranik WD. Durier-Copp M. 2009. Physician remuneration methods for family physicians in Canada: expected outcomes and lessons learned. Health Care Analysis. 18:35-59

Wranik WD. 2008. Health human resource models in Canada: A typology and its application. Health Policy. 86(1):27-41


Funding and Renumeration of IDPC Teams in Canada: A Framework and Typology (CIHR Study)

Contractual Arrangements and Remuneration Methods for IDPC Teams (AH Report 1)

The Compensation and Management of IDPC Teams in Alberta (AH Report 2)


October 2015 - Presentation, Qualitative Health Research Conference, Toronto

October 2014 - Research Roundtable, Day 2 Presentation

October 2014 - Research Roundtable, Day 1 Presentation

March  2014 - Presentation hosted by Nova Scotia Federal Council. Remuneration and Governance in Primary Health Care

July 2014 - Presentation Hosted by the International Health Economics Association. Framework of Payment Methods

Data Collection - Complete

1. Qualitative interviews with directors or managers of PHC teams/networks.

2. Short surveys with members of interdisciplinary PHC teams/networks.

Ethics Approval

As of April 2013, we have received ethics approval from the following review boards:

- Capital Health District Health Authority (NS)
- Pictou County District Health Authority (NS)
- South Shore District Health Authority (NS)
- Colchester East Hants District Health Authority (NS)
- Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority (NS)
- Alberta Health (AB)
- University of Manitoba (MB)

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