Publications: Priority Setting (Resource Allocation)

  1. Macleod S., Martin DK. (2009) Evidence and Values:  Requirements for Public Reimbursement of Drugs for Rare Diseases.  Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. In Press.

  2. Sibbald, S. Martin DK. (2009) Priority setting:  what constitutes success? A conceptual framework for successful priority setting.  BMC Health Services Research, 9:43 (Online Publication).
  3. Nisker J., Martin DK. (2009) Public Perceptions of Ethical Issues Regarding Adult Predictive Genetic Testing  Health Care Analysis, 1065-3058 (Print) 1573-3394 DOI10.1007/s10728-009-0113-4.
  4. Kapiriri L, Martin DK.  (2009) Successful priority setting in low and middle income countries:  A framework for evaluation.  Health Care Analysis, 1065-3058 (Print) 1573-3394 (Online) DOI10.1007/s10728-009-0115.
  5. Reeleder D, Goel V, Singer PA, Martin DK. (2008) Accountability agreements in Ontario hospitals: Are they fair? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory; 18:161-175; Advance Publication Online 2006: doi:10.1093/jopart/mul024.
  6. Bruni RA, Laupacis A, Martin DK. (2008) University of Toronto Priority Setting in Health Care Research Group. Public engagement in setting priorities in health care. Canadian Medical Association Journal;179 (1):15-8.
  7. Rosenberg-Yunger ZRS, Daar AS., Singer PA, Martin DK. (2008) Healthcare sustainability and the challenges of innovation to biopharmaceuticals in Canada. Health Policy; 87: 259-368.

  8. Martin DK, Gibson J, Singer PA. “Priority Setting”. In Singer, P.A and A.M. Vines, Eds. The Cambridge Textbook of Bioethics. London: Cambridge University Press; 2008. pp.251-256.

  9. Martin DK, Kapiriri L.  “Improving priority setting in low and middle income countries: Interdisciplinary bioethics in action.” In F Lolas, DK Martin, A Quezada. (Eds). Estudios de Bioetica Social 1: Prioridades end Salud y Salud Intercultural. (Santiago, Chile: Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios en Bioetica, Universidad de Chile) 2007; pp. 49-66.

  10. Bruni RA, Laupacis A, Levinson W, Martin DK. (2007). Public involvement in the priority setting activities of a wait time management initiative: a qualitative case study. BMC Health Serv Res, 7: 186. Published online Nov 16 2007. doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-7-186.

  11. Kapiriri L, Martin DK. (2007). A Strategy to Improve Priority Setting in Developing Countries. Health Care Analysis, 15930:159-167.

  12. Kapiriri L, Norheim OF, Martin DK. (2007), Priority Setting at the micro, meso and macro levels in Canada, Norway and Uganda. Health Policy, 82: 78-94.

  13. Martin DK. (2007). Making Hard Choices - The Key to Health System Sustainability. Practical Bioethics, 3(1):1-8.

  14. Walton N, Martin DK, Peter E, Pringle D, Singer PA. (2007). Priority setting in cardiac surgery: A qualitative study. Health Policy, 80(3):444-458.

  15. Reeleder D, Goel V, Singer PA, Martin DK. (2006). Leadership and priority setting: The perspective of hospital CEOs. Health Policy, 79:24-34.

  16. Gibson JL, Martin DK, Singer PA. (2005). Evidence, Economics and Ethics: Resource Allocation in Health Services Organizations. Health Care Quarterly, 8:50-59.

  17. Madden S, Martin DK, Downey S, Singer PA. (2005). Hospital Priority Setting with an Appeals Process: A qualitative case study and evaluation. Health Policy, 73:10-20.

  18. Reeleder D, Martin DK, Keresztes C, Singer PA. (2005). What do hospital decision-makers in Ontario, Canada have to say about the fairness of priority setting in their institution? BioMed Central Health Services Research, 5:8.

  19. Bell JAH, Martin DK, Hyland S, DePellegrin T, Bernstein M. (2004). SARS and Hospital Priority Setting: A Qualitative Case Study and Evaluation. BioMed Central Health Services Research, 4:36.

  20. Gibson JL, Martin DK, Singer PA. (2004). Setting priorities in health care organizations: criteria, processes, and parameters of success. BioMed Central Health Services Research, 4:25.