Recent Submissions

  • Experiences and Perceived Outcomes of Low-Income Adults During and After Participating in the British Columbia Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program: A Longitudinal Qualitative Study 

    Caron-Roy, Stéphanie; Lee, Yun Yun; Sayed, Sayeeda Amber; Lashewicz, Bonnie; Milaney, Katrina; Dunn, Sharlette; O'Hara, Heather; Leblanc, Peter; Prowse, Rachel J L; Fournier, Bonnie; Raine, Kim D; Elliott, Charlene; Olstad, Dana Lee (Elsevier, Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://www.elsevier.com/journals/journal-of-the-academy-of-nutrition-and-dietetics/2212-2672/open-access-options, submittedVersion, 2022-03-28)
    The British Columbia Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program (FMNCP) is a farmers' market food subsidy program that provides low-income households with coupons valued at $21/wk for 16 weeks to purchase healthy foods at ...
  • Are stress-related pathways of social status differentiation more important determinants of health inequities in countries with higher levels of income inequality? 

    Olstad, Dana Lee; Nejatinamini, Sara; Vanderlee, Lana; Livingstone, Katherine M; Campbell, David J. T.; Tang, Karen; Minaker, Leia M.; Hammond, David (Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness [Associate Organisation], Wiley [Commercial Publisher], Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://authorservices.wiley.com/author-resources/Journal-Authors/licensing/self-archiving.html, submittedVersion, 2022-03-08)
    We explored socioeconomic gradients in self-rated overall health (SROH) using indicators of materialist (educational attainment and perceived income adequacy) and psychosocial perspectives (subjective social status (SSS)) ...
  • Crowdsourcing trainees in a living systematic review provided valuable experiential learning opportunities: A mixed-methods study 

    Lee, Chloe; Thomas, Megan; Ejaredar, null; Kassam, Aliya; Whittle, Samuel L; Buchbinder, Rachelle; Tugwell, Peter; Wells, George; Pardo, Jordi Pardo; Hazlewood, Glen S (Cumming School of Medicine, Medicine, University of Calgary, acceptedVersion, 2022-03-29)
    Objective: To understand trainee experiences of participating in a living systematic review (LSR) for rheumatoid arthritis, and the potential benefits in terms of experiential evidence-based medicine (EBM) education. Study ...
  • Stress-Related Poor Diet Quality Does Not Explain Socioeconomic Inequities in Health: A Structural Equation Mediation Analysis of Gender-Specific Pathways 

    Olstad, Dana Lee; Nejatinamini, Sara; Kirkpatrick, Sharon I; Vanderlee, Lana; Livingstone, Katherine M; Campbell, David J T; Tang, Karen; Minaker, Leia M; Hammond, David (Elsevier, Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://www.elsevier.com/open-access, acceptedVersion, 2021-10-07)
    Psychosocial stress and diet quality individually mediate associations between socioeconomic position (SEP) and health; however, it is not known whether they jointly mediate these associations. This is an important question ...
  • Quantifying the contribution of modifiable risk factors to socio-economic inequities in cancer morbidity and mortality: a nationally representative population-based cohort study 

    Nejatinamini, Sara; Godley, Jenny; Minaker, Leia M; Sajobi, Tolulope T; McCormack, Gavin R; Cooke, Martin J; Nykiforuk, Candace I J; Koning, Lawrence de; Olstad, Dana Lee (International Epidemiological Association [Associate Organisation], Oxford University Press [University Publisher], Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/access_purchase/rights_and_permissions/author_self_archiving_policy?login=false, acceptedVersion, 2021-04-12)
    Compared with those with a higher socio-economic position (SEP), individuals with a lower SEP have higher cancer morbidity and mortality. However, the contribution of modifiable risk factors to these inequities is not ...
  • Trends in Socioeconomic Inequities in Diet Quality between 2004 and 2015 among a Nationally Representative Sample of Children in Canada 

    Olstad, Dana Lee; Nejatinamini, Sara; Victorino, Charlie; Kirkpatrick, Sharon; Minaker, Leia M; McLaren, Lindsay (Oxford University Press, Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/self_archiving_policy_ASN?login=false, 2021-09-13)
    Background: Dietary inequities in childhood may shape dietary and health inequities across the life course. Quantifying the magnitude and direction of trends in absolute and relative gaps and gradients in diet quality ...
  • Developing a Data Integrated COVID-19 Tracking System for Decision-Making and Public Use 

    Krusina, Alexander; Chen, Oscar; Otero Varela, Lucia; Doktorchik, Chelsea; Avati, Vince; Knudsen, Søren; Southern, Danielle; Eastwood, Cathy; Sharma, Nishan; Williamson, Tyler (International Journal of Popular Data Science, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary, https://ijpds.org/author-guidelines, publishedVersion, 2020-09-28)
    Introduction The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic unveiled a strong need for advanced and informative surveillance tools. The Centre for Health Informatics (CHI) at the University of Calgary took action to develop a ...
  • Socioeconomic inequities in diet quality among a nationally representative sample of adults living in Canada: an analysis of trends between 2004 and 2015 

    Olstad, Dana Lee; Nejatinamini, Sara; Victorino, Charlie; Kirkpatrick, Sharon I; Minaker, Leia M; McLaren, Lindsay (Oxford University Press, Cumming School of Medicine, Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/self_archiving_policy_ASN, acceptedVersion, 2021-09-03)
    Background: Socioeconomic inequities in diet quality are stable or widening in the US, however these trends have not been well characterized in other nations. Moreover, purpose-developed indices of inequities that can ...
  • 2022 (35th Annual) Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day Abstracts 

    Patten, Scott (University of Calgary, Cumming School of Medicine, Psychiatry, University of Calgary, 2022-03-04)
    Abstracts from the 35th annual Sebatian K. Littmann Research Day.
  • The Application of Preference Elicitation Methods in Clinical Trial Design to Quantify Trade-Offs: A Scoping Review 

    Thomas, Megan; Marshall, Deborah A; Choudhary, Daksh; Bartlett, Susan J; Sanchez, Adalberto Loyola; Hazlewood, Glen S (Adis, Springer, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Cumming School of Medicine, Medicine, University of Calgary, https://www.springer.com/gp/open-access/publication-policies/self-archiving-policy, acceptedVersion, 2021-12-20)
    Background and Objective: Patients can express preferences for different treatment options in a healthcare context, which can be measured with quantitative preference elicitation methods. Our objective was to conduct a ...

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