His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Context, Health care, Health policy and Advance care planning. His Public relations research focuses on Process and how it relates to Health informatics, Strategic planning and Nursing research. Douglas K. Martin studies Health care, namely Health administration.
The concepts of his Health policy study are interwoven with issues in Developing country and Health promotion. Douglas K. Martin has researched Advance care planning in several fields, including Quality of life and End-of-life care. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Patient satisfaction, Intensive care medicine, Ambulatory care and Long-term care.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health care, Nursing, Accountability, Public relations and Health administration. Douglas K. Martin is interested in Health policy, which is a field of Health care. His work on End-of-life care and Public health as part of general Nursing study is frequently connected to Conceptual framework, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His research investigates the connection between End-of-life care and topics such as Advance care planning that intersect with issues in Quality of life and Quality. His research in Public relations tackles topics such as Priority setting which are related to areas like Stakeholder. His research integrates issues of Nursing research and Health care rationing in his study of Health administration.
Douglas K. Martin mostly deals with Public relations, Accountability, Nursing, Health care and Public health. His Public relations research includes elements of Drug reimbursement and Public policy. His study in the field of Health administration is also linked to topics like Conceptual framework.
In general Health care, his work in Health informatics and Population health is often linked to Flexibility linking many areas of study. Douglas K. Martin combines subjects such as Commission and Public administration with his study of Public health. His Process management research incorporates themes from Advance care planning and Resource.
His primary areas of study are Accountability, Health policy, Health care, Public health and Nursing. A majority of his Accountability research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Health informatics, Incentive and Population health. He has included themes like Actuarial science and Social responsibility in his Health policy study.
His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public participation and Public economics. His research in Public health intersects with topics in Public relations, Action research, Equity and Human resources. Douglas K. Martin is involved in the study of Nursing that focuses on Health administration in particular.
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Quality End-of-Life Care: Patients' Perspectives
Peter A. Singer;Douglas K. Martin;Merrijoy Kelner.
Top ten biotechnologies for improving health in developing countries
Abdallah S. Daar;Halla Thorsteinsdóttir;Douglas K. Martin;Alyna C. Smith.
Nature Genetics (2002)
Nanotechnology and the developing world
Fabio Salamanca-Buentello;Deepa L Persad;Erin B Court;Douglas K Martin.
PLOS Medicine (2005)
Reconceptualizing Advance Care Planning From the Patient's Perspective
Peter A. Singer;Douglas K. Martin;James V. Lavery;Elaine C. Thiel.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1998)
Priority setting: what constitutes success? A conceptual framework for successful priority setting.
Shannon L Sibbald;Peter A Singer;Ross Upshur;Ross Upshur;Douglas K Martin.
BMC Health Services Research (2009)
Priority setting for new technologies in medicine: qualitative case study.
Peter A Singer;Douglas K Martin;Mita Giacomini;Laura Purdy.
Setting priorities in health care organizations: criteria, processes, and parameters of success
Jennifer L Gibson;Douglas K Martin;Peter A Singer.
BMC Health Services Research (2004)
Fairness, accountability for reasonableness, and the views of priority setting decision-makers.
Douglas K Martin;Mita Giacomini;Peter A Singer.
Health Policy (2002)
Priority setting at the micro-, meso- and macro-levels in Canada, Norway and Uganda.
Lydia Kapiriri;Ole Frithjof Norheim;Douglas K. Martin.
Health Policy (2007)
Priority-setting decisions for new cancer drugs: a qualitative case study
Douglas K Martin;Joseph L Pater;Peter A Singer.
The Lancet (2001)
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