Select papers by The Upstream Lab and collaborators
Pinto AD, Aratangy T, Abramovich A, Devotta K, Nisenbaum R, Wang R, Kiran T. Routine collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data: a mixed-methods study. CMAJ 2019; 191(3): e63-e68.
Pinto AD, Bondy M, Rucchetto A, Ihnat J, Kaufman A. Screening for poverty and intervening in a primary care setting. Family Practice 2019 (early release). doi:10.1093/fampra/cmy129
Pinto A, To MJ, Rucchetto A, Sharma M, Rouleau K. An interprofessional urban health elective focus on social determinants. Canadian Journal of Medical Education 2018; 9 (4): e127-e134
Tanuseputro P, Arnason T, Hennessy D, Smith B, Bennett C, Kopec J, Pinto AD, Perez R, Tuna M, Manuel D. Simulation modeling to enhance population health intervention research for chronic disease prevention. CJPH 2018; doi: 10.17269/s41997-018-0109-7
Aery A, Rucchetto A, Singer A, Halas G, Bloch G, Goel R, Raza D, Upshur R, Bell J, Katz A, Pinto AD. Implementation and impact of an online tool used in primary care to improve access to financial benefits for patients: A study protocol. BMJ Open 2017; 7:e015947. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-015947
Orkin AM, Bharmal A, Cram J, Kouyoumdjian FG, Pinto AD, Upshur R. Clinical population medicine: integrating clinical medicine and population health in practice. Annals of Family Medicine 2017; 15(5):405-409. doi: 10.1370/afm.2143.
Paszat L, Sutradhar R, O’Brien MA, Lofters A, Pinto A, Selby P, Baxter N, Donnelly PD, Elliott R, Glazier RH, Kyle R, Manca D, Pietrusiak MA, Rabeneck L, Sopcak N, Tinmouth J, Wall B, Grunfeld E. BETTER HEALTH: Durham – a protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial of BETTER in community and public health settings. BMC Public Health 2017; 17 (1): 754. doi: 10.1186/s12889-017-4797-3.
Persaud N, Lee T, Ahmad H, Li W, Taglione MS, Rajakulasingam Y, Umali N, Boozary A, Glazier RH, Gomes T, Hwang S, Juni P, Law M, Mamdani MM, Manns B, Martin D, Morgan S, Oh P, Pinto AD, Shah BR, Sullivan FM, Thorpe KE, Tu K, Laupacis A. Protocol for a randomized controlled trial evaluating the effects of providing carefully selected, essential medications at no charge: the Carefully seLected and Easily Accessible at No Charge Medications (CLEAN Meds) trial. BMJ Open 2017; 7: e015686. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015686
Lofters AK, Schuler A, Slater M, Baxter N, Persaud N, Pinto AD, Kucharski E, Davie S, Nisenbaum R, Kiran T. Using self-reported data on the social determinants of health in primary care to identify cancer screening disparities: opportunities and challenges. BMC Family Practice 2017; 18:31
Pinto AD, Glattstein-Young G, Mohamed A, Bloch G, Leung F-H, Glazier RH. Building a foundation to reduce health inequities: routine collection of socio-demographic data in primary care. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 2016; 29: 348-355
- College of Family Physicians of Canada best research paper for 2016
- Most read article of JABFM special issue on the social determinants of health.
- Second place for Outstanding Peer-Reviewed Publication Award competition 2016 (Department of Family and Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto).
Fitzpatrick T, Rosella L, Calzavara A, Petch J, Pinto AD, Manson H, Goel V, Wodchis W. Looking beyond income and education: SES gradients among future high-cost users of healthcare. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2015; 49(2): 161-171.
Pinto AD, Molnar A, Shankardass K, O’Campo P, Bayoumi AM. Economic considerations and Health in All Policies initiatives: evidence from interviews with key informants in Sweden, Quebec and South Australia. BMC Public Health 2015; 15: 171.
Pinto AD, Manson H, Pauly B, Thanos J, Parks A, Cox A. Equity in public health standards: A qualitative document analysis of policies from two Canadian provinces. International Journal for Equity in Health 2012; 11:28.