- DMS 5154
- Health Economics and Policy, Program Evaluation
Douglas Angus,until his retirement in June 2016, was a Full Professor in the Telfer School of Management with expertise in health economics and health policy. He was the Director of the PhD Program in Population Health from 2003 to 2010. Previously, he was Vice Dean and Associate Dean in the School from 1999-2002, and Director of the MHA Program from 1997-2001. From 2001 until 2007, Professor Angus also served as a member of the University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors.
Research Activities and Interests
Professor Angus continues to have research activities at the international, national, provincial and regional levels in areas related to health economics, health policy, program evaluation and health care management. He has been Principal Investigator and/or Co Investigator on research projects funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC),for example on a study comparing support services for seniors in the Champlain Local Health Integration Network in Ontario and Marseilles, France, and recently on a study comparing a nurse practitioner model of delivery to an aging population in hospital to the traditional hospital-based delivery model. Finally, he continues to supervise supervise graduate students in the PhD Program in Population Health and the MSc Program in Health Systems Management.
Publications during the last 7 years
Angus, D.E. and Boutsioli, Z. Health Studies: Economic, Management and Policy. Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), 2011.
Chapters in Books
Angus, D.E., Grenier, C., St-Pierre, M., Gambarelli, F. and Dubois, A. Supporting Seniors at Home through Integrated Health Care: Canada and France Compared. In Bohnet-Joschko, S. and Boutsioli, Z.. Intercultural Dialogue on Health Economics, Management and Policy: Challenges and Chances. Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2014.
Richard, N., Chreim, S., Bourgeault, I.L. and Angus, D.E. Chronically Ill Patients' Experience of Illness and Healing Relationships in Integrative Medicine. In Carter, K.R. and Murphy, G.E.. Alternative Medicine: Practices, Health Benefits, and Controversies. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science, 2012.
Papers in Refereed Journals
Gifford, W., Holyoke, P., Squires, J., Angus, D.E., Brosseau, L., Craik, J., Egan, M., Graham, I.D., Miller, C., Norman, J. and Wallin, L. 2014. Managerial leadership for research use in nursing and allied healthcare professions: A narrative synthesis protocol. Systematic Reviews, 3: 57.
Hogg, W., Zhao, X., Angus, D.E., Fortier, M., Zhong, J., O'Sullivan, T.L., Sigal, R.J. and Blanchard, C. 2012. The Cost of Integrating a Physical Activity Counselor in the Primary Health Care Team. American Board of Family Medicine, Journal of the, 25(2): 250-252.
Pomey, M.P., Angus, D.E., Champagne, F., Lemieux-Charles, L., Contandriopoulos, A.P. and Shaba, A. 2010. Does Accreditation Stimulate Change? A Study of the Context and the Impact of the Accreditation Process on Canadian Healthcare Organizations. Implementation Science, 5(31): 5-31.
Johnston, J.C., Durieux-Smith, A., Fitzpatrick, E., Benzies, K., O'Connor, A., Angus, D.E. and Schramm, D. 2010. Estimation of Risks Associated with Paediatric Cochlear Implantation. Cochlear Implants International, 11(3): 146-169.
Invited Contributions and/or Technical Reports
Angus, D.E. 2011. "The Burden of Injury in Ottawa Report 2010", Ottawa Public Health, Ottawa, ON, Canada, September, 8 pages.
Angus, D.E. 2010. "Review of Community Health Center (CHC) Flu Assessment Center Operations", Community Health Centers, Ottawa, ON, Canada, April, 20 pages.
Other Scholarly Contributions
(Book review) Angus, D.E. 2014. "Economic modelling of a public health program for fall prevention".
(Book review) Angus, D.E. 2011. "Canadian Health Care 2020".
(Book review) Angus, D.E. 2011. "Innovation Procurement in Health Care: A Missed Opportunity for Canada?".
Funded Research during the last 7 years
|2013-2015||SSHRC||Evaluating the impact of technology and funding on community radio in Canada (Expert Advisor)||R||C||Co-I||$ 57,097|
|2013-2014||CIHR||A systematic review of managerial leadership||R||C||Co-I||$ 99,929|
|2012||RSSFE||Projet de recherche en matière de services de santé intégrés offerts aux minorités linguistiques||C||G||PI||$ 40,000|
|2010-2013||SSHRC||Adoption and Use of an Expert R System: User Acceptance and Usage Outcomes||R||G||Co-I||$ 52,336|
|2010-2011||Telfer School of Management Research Fund (SMRF)||Colloquia on Seniors' Support Services||R||I||PI||$ 2,000|
|2009-2010||SSHRC - International Opportunities||Seniors' Support Services||R||C||PI||$ 66,750|
|2007-2012||Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality||Evidence-based Practice Center: Synthesizing Scientific Evidence to Improve Quality and Effectiveness in Health Care||C||F||Co-I||$ 5,000,000|
|2006-2011||CIHR||Étude des facteurs socio-environnementaux, culturels et structurels qui influent sur les disparités en matière de santé chez les francophones en situation minoritaire : création d'un réseau national||R||C||Co-I||$ 748,929|
|2002-2012||CIHR/CHSRF||Development and Evaluation of an Ontario Training Centre in Health Services and Policy Research||R||C||Co-I||$ 3,750,000|
*Purpose = C: Contract (R and D), E: Equipment Grant, R: Research Grant, S: Support Award, P: Pedagogical Grant, O: Other, U: Unknown
**Type= C: Granting Councils, G: Government, F: Foundations, I: UO Internal Funding, O: Other, U: Unknown
Role: PI = Principal Investigator, Co-I = Co-Investigator, Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator