Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact


Matthew Hodge

MD (McGill), PhD (London) FRCPC

Associate Professor (Part-time), Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact

mhodge@epirusconsulting.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Interests

Dr. Hodge contributes to the Public Health & Preventive Medicine Program.

Selected Publications

  1. Hodge M. Evaluating injury prevention interventions. Inj Prev 2002; 8: 8-9.
  2. Hodge M. Re: Ostry A. The new international trade regime: problems for publicly funded healthcare in Canada? (Editorial) CJPH 2001; 92(1):5-6. Can J Public Health 2001; 92:237.
  3. Battista RN, Hodge MJ. The evolving paradigm of health technology assessment: reflections for the millennium. CMAJ 1999; 160: 1464-1467.
  4. Celentano DD, Hodge MJ, Razak MH, Beyrer C, Kawichai S, Cegielski JP, Nelson KE, Jittiwutikorn J. HIV-1 incidence among opiate users in northern Thailand. Am J Epidemiol 1999; 149:558-64.
  5. Celentano DD, Jittiwutikorn J, Hodge MJ, Beyrer C, Nelson KE. Epidemiology of HIV-1 infection in opiate users in Northern Thailand. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr Hum Retrovirol 1998, 17:73-78.
  6. Hodge MJ, Wolfson C. Canine distemper virus and multiple sclerosis. Neurology 1997, 49(Suppl 2): S62-S69.
  7. Battista RN, Hodge MJ. Quality of life research & technology assessment – a time for synergy. Qual Life Res 1996, 5:413-418.
  8. Carter AO, Battista RN, Hodge MJ, et al. Proceedings of the 1994 Canadian Clinical Practice Guidelines Network Workshop. Can Med Assoc J 1995, 153:1715-1719.
  9. Battista RN, Hodge MJ. Setting priorities and selecting topics for clinical practice guidelines. Can Med Assoc J 1995, 153:1233-1237.
  10. Carter AO, Battista RN, Hodge MJ, et al. Report on activities and attitudes of organizations active in the clinical practice guidelines field. Can Med Assoc J 1995, 153:901-907.

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