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Biography

Curriculum Vitae NAME:

Associate Professor Carmel Mary MARTIN, MBBS, MRCGP, MSc, PhD, FAFPHM, FRACGP Australian and Canadian Citizen

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carmelmarymartin@gmail.com

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Carmel_Martin https://www.linkedin.com/in/carmelmmartin http://www.monashhealth.org/page/monashwatch

34/72 Lorimer Terrace, Kelvin Grove QLD 4059, Australia +61 452 270 790

CURRENT AND RECENT APPOINTMENTS:

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health, Monash University from 24/11/16 ongoing

Senior Medical Advisor, Department of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health, in MonashWatch Program Monash Health 1/4/16 ongoing

Visiting Academic, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Trinity College Dublin 2010 -2015.

Chief Medical Officer, Cara Health Inc., Chicago and PBOC Ltd, O’Reilly Institute, Trinity College Dublin since September 2011.

Associate Professor, Family Medicine, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, December 2004 -2010.

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Trinity College Dublin, 2009 2010.

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QUALIFICATIONS:

2000 Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

1999 PhD, National Centre for Epidemiology and Public Health, Australian National University.

1991 Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

1990 Membership of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Vocational Registration for General Practice, Australia.

1988 MSc in Community Medicine, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London.

1981 Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (UK). Family Planning Certificate. Certificate of GP Vocational Training (UK).

1975 Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, University of Queensland.

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ACADEMIC HONOURS /AWARDS/PRIZES:

2014

European Society of Person-Centred Health Care Book Prize with Joint Chief Editor Joachim P Sturmberg. http://pchealthcare.org.uk/conferences/2014/07/first-annual- conference-and-awards-ceremony-european-society-person-centered

Handbook on Systems and Complexity in Health Care. http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4614-4998-0

2013

Illinois Innovation Council selected Innovator to present to Council Members, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn, and other State of Illinois officials.

2012

Finalist in IBM Health Smart Camp, Miami, Florida.

2012

Finalist, Runner-up and most popular Solution at Janssen’s Connected Health Challenge ($50,000).

2012

Finalist in Connected Care Challenge, World Congress Conference, Boston.

2012

Healthbox Accelerator Award ($50,000).

2009

Research paper of the Year, Asia Pacific Family Medicine.

2004

Researcher of the Week. Canadians for Health Research (6 June). http://www.chrcrm.org/profile_carmel_martin_ottE.htm.

1999

FRACGP, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Australia.

1996

Doctoral Scholarship, Australian National University, Australia.

1994

General Practice Research Fellowship, Australian Government.

1991

Visiting Fellowship, Australian National University.

1991

Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Australian College of Physicians.

1986

Scholarship for Master’s Program, LSH&TM, National Health Service, UK.

1985

Public Health Medicine Training Scholarship, National Health Service, UK.

1980

General Practice Vocational Training Scholarship, National Health Services, UK.

1981

Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, UK.

1970

South Johnstone Mill Bursary Award, South Johnston Mill, Australia.

1970

Commonwealth Scholarship Award, Australian Government, Australia.

1969

Science Dux Prize, Mt St Bernard College, Australia.

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PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

Executive

2012- Chief Medical Officer, PHC Research Ltd

2010-2012 Chief Medical Officer, Cara Health Inc., Chicago and PBOC Ltd, Dublin Ireland.

1999-2003 Director, Health Services Department, and Public Health and Ethics Department, The Australian Medical Association.

1998-2000 Senior Medical Adviser, Health Services Branch, National Office, Australian Government’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

1996-2000 Member of the Board of the RACGP (National).

Academic

2018 - Co-PI MHC Forensic Community Mental Health, MonashHealth

2017 - Co-PI Healthy@Home East Grampians Health Service https://eghs.net.au/

2016- Co-PI MonashWatch program, Monash Health Community

http://www.monashhealth.org/page/monashwatch

2010- Principal Investigator, Patient Journey Record Project, in collaboration with National Digital Research Centre and the School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin. (Commenced 0.50 FTE salaried position August 2010 September 2011, grant awarded in 2009). Ongoing soft funding from the HSE Ireland, Healthbox LLC, and 1871 Chicago.

2010- Visiting Academic, Department of Public Health and Primary Care and Assistant Director of GP Training, Trinity College Dublin. GP training involvement until present.

2009-2010 Senior Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin and GP Training Program Associate July 2009 2010.

2004- Associate Professor, Northern Ontario School of Medicine since 2004.

2005- National Evaluator, Pan Canadian Inuit Aboriginal Health Transition Fund.

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2007 Visitor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, February 2007.

2003-2007 Associate Professor (GFT), Family Medicine, University of Ottawa February 2003 June 2007.

1991-2003 Visiting Fellow, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University.

1995-1998 Lecturer, (part-time) in Health Services Research for Graduate Diploma in Population Health, Australian National University.

1985-1990 North East Thames Public Health Medicine Training: Registrar (full-time) and postgraduate student at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK (full-time) for 3 years. Senior Registrar in City and Hackney Health District for 2 years.

1977-1981 Vocational Training in General Practice, St George’s Hospital Scheme, Central London, UK.

1976-1977 Registration at Royal Brisbane Hospital.

Clinical

2016 General Practitioner (part-time), Holland Park General Practice, Logan Road, Brisbane

2010-2015 KDOC, Kildare Out of Hours and GP sessional work 5-6 sessions per week.

2009-2014 Part-time sessional GP in Dublin Prisons until August 2014.

2009 Full time GP locum, Innisfail, Queensland (full time) Aug 6th Oct 6th, 2008.

2007-2008 Full time GP locum Bull Farm Surgery, Mansfield, UK, 6 months.

2007 General Practitioner(GP) locum 6 weeks Innisfail Medical Centre, Queensland, Australia (full time) August September, 2007.

2003-2007 Family Physician, Department of Family Medicine, Ottawa, Canada (Part time) From July 1st 2003 until 31st May 2007.

1999-2003 General Practitioner, Winnunga Nimmityjah, Aboriginal Health Service, Canberra, ACT (4 sessions per week, part-time).

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1993-1999 Part-time private General Practice, ACT, Australia. (4 sessions per week)

1991-1993 General Practitioner (half time), Canberra Community Health Centre.

1985-1990 General Practice - 2 sessions per week in Central London, UK.

1981-1985 Full-time General Practice in Central London.

1977-1981 Senior House Officer and Registrar with Vocational Training in General Practice, St George’s Hospital Scheme, Central London.

1976-1977 Registration: House Officer, Royal Brisbane Hospital including a country term at Mt Isa and a cardio-thoracic term at Chermside Hospital.

MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES AND EXPERT ADVISORY ACTIVITIES (IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER SINCE 1991)

1991-1994

Member of the Technical Advisory Group of the General Practice Evaluation Program, General Practice Branch, Australian Government’s Department of Health and Family Services. Providing advice on program and project evaluation to the Department and the research and evaluation community including support for new researchers.

1995-1999

Member of the Evaluation Working Group (EWG) of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy of the Mental Health Branch, Australian Government’s Department of Health and Family Services. Monitoring the evaluation of individual projects, worth over $31 million, across all States and Territories and all relevant health sectors, and assisting in the program evaluation by supporting the projects and evaluators.

1996-1999

Councillor and Member of the Board of Directors of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

1996-1998

ACT Division of General Practice consultancy to develop a ‘philosophy/model of care’ for the ACT Coordinated Care Trial (CCT). Member of CCT working group to develop integrated care and clinical practice guidelines for ACT Division.

1997-2002

Member of the National Preventive and Community Medicine Committee of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). Reviewing group of the Red Book, Evidence-based Guidelines for Preventive Care in General Practice. Reviewing group of the Green Book, Putting Prevention into Practice.

1997-2002

Member of the Prescriber Feedback Editorial Board, Australian Government’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

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1997-1998

Member of the Chronic Conditions Working Party for the Core Curriculum and Member of the Vocational Training Policy Committee of the RACGP.

1997-1999

Member of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Programs for Parents Advisory Group.

1997-2000

Member of the National Public Health Partnership Advisory Group, representing the RACGP.

1999-2000

Member of the Reference Panel of National Delphi Study on Public Health Functions in Australia. http://www.dhs.vic.gov.au/nphp/ppi/corefunc/delphi/manage.htm

1999-2000

Member of the Standards, Implementation and Evaluation Working Party. Australian Health Insurance Commission Indicator Program.

1999-2000

Member of the NH&MRC Working Party on Guidelines on Macrovascular Disease in Diabetes.

1995-2000

Lecturer in the Health Services Research Unit, Graduate Diploma in Population Health, Australian National University.

2000

Guest lecturer, Masters in Population Health, Dept of Health and Ageing. Linking population health and primary care.

1999-2000

Expert to the RACGP to develop Clinical Guidelines and Standards for the Enhanced Primary Care items in the Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule.

2000-2002

Chair, Joint Medicines Working Party of the AMA, the Pharmacy Guild, Medical Colleges of General Practitioners, Physicians and Psychiatrists, Consumer Organisations.

2000-2002

Member of the Domiciliary Medication Review Management Implementation Steering Group of the Third Community Pharmacy Agreement (the Guild/Government Agreement) Management Committee.

2000-2001

Member of the Expert Evaluation Advisory Group, Medication Management Review Program, Australian Department of Health and Ageing.

2000-2002

Member of Standards Australia Advisory Committee(s) including the Member of the Joint Sector Health Board.

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2000-2003

Member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Health Inequalities Advisory Group.

2000-2003

Representative of the AMA on the Australian Government’s Ministerial

Australian Pharmaceutical Advisory Committee, Complementary Healthcare Consultative Forum and National Prescribing Service.

2000-2002

Mental health and addiction health care planning consultancy – Australian Department of Veterans’ Affairs/ AMA.

2002-2003

Member of the Technical Review Group, Enhanced Primary Care Guidelines RACGP/Australian Department of Health and Ageing.

2004-2006

Haggerty J and Martin C. Asking the Right Questions. Expert Committee The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care. Health Canada

2004-2005

Canadian Institute for Health Information, Expert Committee The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care April

2005-2006

Member of the Expert Group The National Primary Health Care Toolkit Health Canada/Howard Consulting June

2005-2006

Member of the Primary Health Care - comprehensive care working group, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Expert Committee The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care April 2005 March 2006. http://www.iphrc.ca/documents/canadian.pdf

2005-2010

Ontario Health System Score Card version II. Member of the Technical Expert Panel 2006

2009-2012

Member of Enterprise Ireland Health IT Committee

2011-

Member of Special Interest Group, Complexity Science, North American Primary Care Research Group.

2014-

Co-Chairman ESPCH SIG on Complexity European Society of Person- Centred Healthcare.

2017-

Chair of the WONCA special interest group on Complexity

2019-

Member of the Board of the ISSCSH International Society for Systems and Complexity Sciences for Health. https://www.isscsh.org/

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EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION Educational Activities

2009-15 Lectures to Trinity College Dublin GP trainers, trainees and medical students; chronic disease management course. GP and medical student training as part of the directorate of GP training.
Mentoring GP registrars, and supervising individual researchers.

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2009 Martin, C. National Aboriginal Health Organization, Health Determinants Data Infrastructure Project Educational Module.

2008 Martin, C. National Aboriginal Health Organization, Evaluation Educational Module; mentoring evaluators and project officers.

2008 Martin, C. Complexity meets Participatory Research. A mini forum follow up to 2007 Complexity Preconference Workshop for Researchers and Clinicians new to Complexity Science. NAPCRG Puerto Rico, 2008.

2007 Martin, C et al. Complexity Preconference Workshop for Researchers and Clinicians new to Complexity Science. NAPCRG 2007.

2003 University of Ottawa. (2003 - 2007) General supervision, training and mentoring of medical students, doctors in training, other medical practitioners, nurses, policy officers, research project officers, junior staff and trainees over many years in different settings. Resident and medical student teaching and supervision are a part of clinical duties. Faculty development activities, advising of graduate students, and mentoring junior faculty.

2002 Mentoring of researchers new to complexity science through the NAPCRG Complexity Science Special Interest Group. (2002 present)

2002 PhD Examiner for Latrobe University and University of Newcastle, Australia (2002 -2005)

1996 Membership of the Evaluation Working Group of the National Youth Suicide Prevention Program over a 4 year period (1996-2000) involved advising and supervising youth workers, community workers, aboriginal communities, GPs, and others who were in receipt of demonstration grants.

1992 Supervision and training of project officers and policy officers (1992-2002) Meherun Nissa, Afzal Hossain, Libby Parbury, Gilles Rohan, Rowena Robinson, Joanne Murray in research methods, data analysis, report writing and journal article submission.

1990 Membership of the Technical Advisory Group of the General Practice Evaluation Program over a 3 year period (1990-1993) entailed supervising 10 new GP and other primary care researchers who received seeding grants.

1986 Masters Thesis report. Martin C. "Community-orientated Medical Education - The Integration of St Bartholomew's Medical Curriculum", Report to St Bartholomew's Medical College, Department of Public Health Medicine and Department of General Practice, City and Hackney Health District, London.

1985 Participation in the development and evaluation of the St Bartholomew’s Hospital medical undergraduate curriculum (1985-1990)

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2016-19 Developing educational program for lay Care Guides and Health Coaches in Monash Health

Graduate Courses Coordinated

Health Services Research Unit, Graduate Diploma of Population Health, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University 1998/1999

Chronic disease Management courses in Trinity College Dublin GP training Program

PUBLICATIONS:
Doctor of Philosophy Thesis

13. Martin CM. The Care of Chronic Illness in General Practice. Thesis (PhD) Australian National University, 1 v. Australian National University, 1998. http://library.anu.edu.au/record=b2039674.

Refereed Publications

  1. Sturmberg, J.P., Martin.,et al., Health and DiseaseEmergent States Resulting from Adaptive Social and Biological Network Interactions. A Framework for Debate. Frontiers in medicine, 2019. 6: p. 59.

  2. Martin, C.M., K. Stockman, and J.P. Sturmberg, Humans and Big Data: New Hope? Harnessing the Power of Person-Centred Data Analytics, in Embracing Complexity in Health. 2019, Springer, Cham. p. 125-146.

  3. Martin, C.M., et al., Anticipatory Care in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations: Making Data Sense of Complex Health Journeys. Frontiers in Public Health, 2019. 6(376).

  4. Martin, C.M., What matters in “multimorbidity”? Arguably resilience and personal health experience are central to quality of life and optimizing survival. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1282-1284.

  5. Martin, C.M., Complex adaptive systems approaches in health careA slow but real emergence? Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(1): p. 266-268.

  6. Martin, C.M, et al., Supporting complex dynamic health journeys using conversation to avert hospital readmissions from the community: an ecological perspective incorporating interoception, in Putting Systems and Complexity Sciences Into Practice. 2018, Springer, Cham. p. 51-71.

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  1. Reeve, J., et al., Revitalizing generalist practice: The montreal statement. The Annals of Family Medicine, 2018. 16(4): p. 371-373.

  2. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., General practice work and workforce: Interdependencies between demand, supply and quality. Australian journal of general practice, 2018. 47(8): p. 507.

  3. Martin, C., et al., Resilience, health perceptions,(QOL), stressors, and hospital admissionsObservations from the real world of clinical care of unstable health journeys in Monash Watch (MW), Victoria, Australia. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1310-1318.

  4. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health (care): A dynamic adaptive perspective. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1319-1322.

  5. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health: A dynamic adaptive perspective. 2018.

  6. Martin, C.M., et al., Anticipatory Care in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations: Making Data Sense of Complex Health Journeys. Frontiers in public health, 2018. 6.

  7. Sturmberg, J.P., C.M. Martin, and D.A. Katerndahl, It is complicated! - misunderstanding the complexities of 'complex'. J Eval Clin Pract, 2017. 23(2): p. 426-429.

  8. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., 'Multimorbidity' as the manifestation of network disturbances. J Eval Clin Pract, 2017. 23(1): p. 199-208.

  9. Sturmberg, J.P. and C.M. Martin, Diagnosis the limiting focus of taxonomy. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2016. 22(1): p. 103-111.

  10. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., ‘Multimorbidity’ as the manifestation of network disturbances. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2016: p. n/a-n/a.

  11. Sturmberg, J.P., C.M. Martin, and D.A. Katerndahl, It is complicated! – misunderstanding the complexities of ‘complex’. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2016: p. n/a-n/a.

  12. Martin, C.M., What matters in "multimorbidity"? Arguably resilience and personal health experience are central to quality of life and optimizing survival. J Eval Clin Pract, 2016.

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  1. Martin, C.M., Multimorbidity: Through a Glass Darkly, in The Value of Systems and Complexity Sciences for Healthcare, P.J. Sturmberg, Editor. 2016, Springer International Publishing: Cham. p. 121-131.

  2. Martin, C.M., Self-rated health: patterns in the journeys of patients with multi- morbidity and frailty. J Eval Clin Pract, 2014. 20(6): p. 1010-6.

  3. Martin, C.M. and M. Félix-Bortolotti, Person-centred health care: a critical assessment of current and emerging research approaches. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2014. 20(6): p. 1056-1064.

  4. Martin, C.M., Self-rated health: patterns in the journeys of patients with multi- morbidity and frailty. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2014. 20(6): p. 1010-1016.

  5. Surate Solaligue, D.E., L. Hederman, and C.M. Martin, What weekday? How acute? An analysis of reported planned and unplanned GP visits by older multi-morbid patients in the Patient Journey Record System database. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2014. 20(4): p. 522-526.

  6. Sturmberg, J.P., C.M. Martin, and D.A. Katerndahl, Systems and complexity thinking in the general practice literature: an integrative, historical narrative review. Ann Fam Med, 2014. 12(1): p. 66-74.

  7. Martin, C.M., Health systems innovation: addressing the dynamics of multilayered ‘complex bundles’ of knowledge. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2013. 19(6): p. 1085-1086.

  8. Martin, C.M., et al., Avoidable Hospitalizations in Older Adults, in Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health, J.P. Sturmberg and C.M. Martin, Editors. 2013, Springer New York: New York, NY. p. 445-465.

  9. Sturmberg, J.P. and C.M. Martin, Leadership and transitions: maintaining the science in complexity and complex systems. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2012. 18(1): p. 186-189.

  10. Martin, C.M., et al., Implementation of complex adaptive chronic care: the Patient Journey Record system (PaJR). Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2012. 18(6): p. 1226-1234.

  11. Sturmberg, J.P., D.M. O'Halloran, and C.M. Martin, Understanding health system reform a complex adaptive systems perspective. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2012. 18(1): p. 202-208.

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  1. Martin, C.M., et al., Complex adaptive chronic care typologies of patient journey: a case study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2011. 17(3): p. 520-524.

  2. Martin, C.M., Distortions, belief and sense making in complex adaptive systems for health. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2011. 17(2): p. 387-388.

  3. Martin, C.M., et al., Patient Journey Systems (PaJS): Narratives and evidence for a paradigm shift. Part 1, R.B.a.C. Martin, Editor. 2010.

  4. Martin, C.M., et al., Patient Journey Record Systems (PaJR): The development of a conceptual framework for a patient journey system. Part 1, in User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies, R. Biswas and C. Martin, Editors. 2010, IGI Global: Hershey PA USA.

  5. Martin, C.M. and J. Kasperski, Developing interdisciplinary maternity services policy in Canada. Evaluation of a consensus workshop. J Eval Clin Pract, 2010. 16(1): p. 238-45.

  6. Martin, C.M., Making sense of polarities in health organizations for policy and leadership. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(5): p. in press.

  7. Martin, C.M., Making sense of polarities in health organizations for policy and leadership. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(5): p. 990-993.

  8. Martin, C.M. and M. Félix-Bortolotti, W(h)ither complexity? The emperor's new toolkit? Or elucidating the evolution of health systems knowledge? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(3): p. 415-420.

  9. Martin, C.M., Complexity in dynamical health systems transforming science and theory, and knowledge and practice. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(1): p. 209-210.

  10. Martin, C.M. and J. Kasperski, Developing interdisciplinary maternity services policy in Canada. Evaluation of a consensus workshop. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(1): p. 238-245.

  11. Sturmberg, J.P., C.M. Martin, and D. O’Halloran, Music in the Park. An integrating metaphor for the emerging primary (health) care system. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2010. 16(3): p. 409-414.

  12. Biswas, R., et al., Open Information Management in User-Driven Healthcare, Chapter XVIII, in Open Information Management: Applications of Interconnectivity and Collaboration, Niiranen, Yli-Hietanen, and Lugmayr, Editors. 2009, IGI Global publication: Hershey, PA, USA.

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  1. Martin., C.M., et al., Adaptive Primary Health Care Systems in India through IT interconnectedness. The opportunity for a revitalisation of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine/Primary Care. Asia Pac Fam Med, 2009. in press.

  2. Pottie, K., et al., Pharmacist's identity development within multidisciplinary primary health care teams in Ontario; qualitative results from the IMPACT (+) project. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2009. In Press(Corrected Proof): p. Available online 25 April 2009.

  3. Martin, C.M. and J.P. Sturmberg, Perturbing ongoing conversations about systems and complexity in health services and systems. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(3): p. 549-552.

  4. Martin, C.M. and C. Peterson, The social construction of chronicity – a key to understanding chronic care transformations. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(3): p. 578-585.

  5. Martin, C.M. and C. Peterson, The social construction of chronicity--a key to understanding chronic care transformations. J Eval Clin Pract, 2009. 15(3): p. 578- 85.

  6. Pottie, K., et al., Pharmacist's identity development within multidisciplinary primary health care teams in Ontario; qualitative results from the IMPACT project. Res Social Adm Pharm, 2009. 5(4): p. 319-26.

  7. Consolo, P., et al., Cyanoacrylate glue in the management of gastric varices. Minerva Med, 2009. 100(1): p. 115-21.

  8. Martin, C. and J. Sturmberg, Complex adaptive chronic care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(3): p. 571-577.

  9. Martin, C.M. and C. Peterson, The social construction of chronicity a key to understanding chronic care transformations. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(3): p. 578-585.

  10. Sturmberg, J.P. and C.M. Martin, Complexity and health yesterday's traditions, tomorrow's future. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(3): p. 543- 548.

  11. Martin, C.M., Understanding and changing Health Systems an instinctive and natural process? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(5): p. 859-860.

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  1. Biswas, R., et al., Revitalizing primary health care and family medicine/primary care in India disruptive innovation? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2009. 15(5): p. 873-880.

  2. Martin, C.M., Multimorbidity may be stumbling block. BMJ, 2008. 337(oct06_1): p. a1975-.

  3. Martin, C.M. and T. Kaufman, Addressing health inequities: A case for implementing primary health care. Can Fam Physician, 2008. 54(11): p. 1515-1517.

  4. Pottie, K., et al., Integrating pharmacists into family practice teams: Physicians' perspectives on collaborative care. Can Fam Physician, 2008. 54(12): p. 1714- 17175.

  5. Armstrong, C.D., et al., Home-based intermediate care program vs hospitalization: Cost comparison study. Can Fam Physician, 2008. 54(1): p. 66-73.

  6. Pottie, K., et al., Integrating pharmacists into family practice teams: physicians' perspectives on collaborative care. Can Fam Physician, 2008. 54(12): p. 1714-1717 e5.

  7. Sturmberg, J.P. and C.M. Martin, Knowing in Medicine. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2008. 14(5): p. 767-770.

  8. Biswas, R., et al., User-driven health care answering multidimensional information needs in individual patients utilizing postEBM approaches: a conceptual model. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2008. 14(5): p. 742- 749.

  9. Martin, C.M. and T. Kaufman, Addressing health inequities: a case for implementing primary health care. Can Fam Physician, 2008. 54(11): p. 1515-7.

  10. Sturmberg, J.P., C.M. Martin, and M. Moes, Defining Health - a Dynamic Balance Model. Annals of Family Medicine, 2007. in review.

  11. Sturmberg, J. and C.M. Martin, Understanding Health Systems as Complex Adaptive. The “Health Care Vortex” Metaphor. Annals of Family Medicine, 2007. in review.

  12. Martin, C.M. and T. Kaufman, Addressing Unfinished Business in Primary Health Care (PHC). A Shared Framework across Canada is needed to implement PAHO/WHO ‘new orientations’ for adaptive PHC-based health systems., in A Commissioned Report for the Canadian Alliance of Community Health Centre

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Associations; Primary Health CareTransition Fund (PHCTF) National Evaluation Strategy. 2007, Northern Ontario School of Medicine: Ottawa.

  1. Martin, C.M., An historical analysis of Australian GP ‘chronic care’ consultations: Is chronic physical condition care mainly disease management activities or is it bi or multimodal combining disease-based care with biopsychosocial preventive and or supportive components? Journal of Systems and Complexity in Healthcare, 2007. in review.

  2. Martin, C.M., Chronic disease and illness care: Adding principles of family medicine to address ongoing health system redesign. Can Fam Physician, 2007. 53(12): p. 2086-2091.

  3. Rakesh Biswas, S.U.J.S.C.M.M.M.H.J.S.N., The process of evidence-based medicine and the search for meaning. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2007. 13(4): p. 529-532.

  4. Joachim P. Sturmberg, Ian R. McWhinney, and C.M. Martin, The Foundations of Primary Care: Daring to Be Different. 2007, Cambridge: Radcliffe.

  5. Biswas, R., et al., The process of evidence-based medicine and the search for meaning. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2007. 13(4): p. 529-532.

  6. Martin, C.M., Chronic disease and illness care: adding principles of family medicine to address ongoing health system redesign. Can Fam Physician, 2007. 53(12): p. 2086-91.

  7. Martin, C.M., et al., Virtual Office for Synthesis and Information, in Actively Building Capacity in Primary Health Care, J. Kasperski, Editor. 2006: Toronto.

  8. Martin, C.M. and J.P. Sturmberg, Rethinking general practice Part 2: Strategies for the future: Patient-centred responsive primary health care and the leadership challenges. Asia Pacific Journal of Family Medicine, 2006. 5(3).

  9. Rowan, M.S., et al., Family physicians' reactions to performance assessment feedback. Can Fam Physician, 2006. 52(12): p. 1570-1.

  10. Hogg, W., et al., Promoting best practices for control of respiratory infections: collaboration between primary care and public health services. Can Fam Physician, 2006. 52(9): p. 1110-1.

  11. Hogg, W., et al., Enhancing public health response to respiratory epidemics: are family physicians ready and willing to help? Can Fam Physician, 2006. 52(10): p. 1254-60.

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  1. Haggerty, J. and C.M. Martin, Evaluating Primary Health Care in Canada: The Right Questions to Ask! 2005, Publications Health Canada: Ottawa.

  2. Martin, C. and J. Haggerty. Primary health care indicator development project: 1st Consensus Conference report on conference proceedings. in Primary health care indicator development project: 1st Consensus Conference. 2005. Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Health Information.

  3. Martin, C.M. and J.P. Sturmberg, General practice chaos, complexity and innovation. Medical J of Australia, 2005. 183(2): p. 106-109.

  4. Martin, C.M. and J.P. Sturmberg, General practice--chaos, complexity and innovation. Med J Aust, 2005. 183(2): p. 106-9.

  5. Carmel Martin and et al, Comparisons of Models of Primary Health Care in Ontario, February 2nd, in Funded Project Outline. 2004, University of Ottawa: Ottawa.

  6. Martin, C.M., Comparisons of Models of Primary Health Care (PHC) in Ontario: Conceptual Framework. July-August. 2004, University of Ottawa: Ottawa.

  7. Martin, C.M., Comparisons Of Models Of Primary Health Care In Ontario: Internal Expert Consultation (A Delphi Process). The Phc Conceptual Framework., in Background and Questionnaire Round 1. 2004: Ottawa.

  8. Martin, C.M., ‘Comparisons of models of Primary Health Care in Ontario’ Evaluation Logic Model, July. 2004, CT Lamont Centre, Elizabeth Bruyere Research Institue: Ottawa.

  9. Martin, C.M., Models of Primary Health Care. Making progress, in Workplan. 2004: Ottawa.

  10. Martin, C.M., Comparisons of models of primary health care in ontario. Internal expert consultation (a delphi process) for developing and validating operational definitions for primary health care domains Questionnaire Round 1. 2004, CT Lamont Centre, Elizabeth Bruyere Research Institute: Ottawa.

  11. Martin, C.M., et al., Acute hospital services in the home. New role for modern primary health care? Can Fam Physician, 2004. 50: p. 965-8, 972-5.

  12. Martin, C.M., Making a case for transdisciplinarity. Can Fam Physician, 2003. 49: p. 905-8.

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  1. Oswald, J., C.M. Martin, and D. McKay, Health Care Plans for Local Medical Officers - an Educational Resource., in The Repatriation Comprehensive Care Scheme. 1999, Commonwealth Department of Veterans’ Affairs: Canberra.

  2. Martin, C.M., et al., “Effectiveness of Health Care Planning” Evaluation Trial. Final Report. 1999, Department of Veterans Affairs, Australian Government.: Canberra, Australia.

  3. Martin, C.M., et al., Consultation length and chronic illness care in general practice: a qualitative study. Med J Aust, 1999. 171(2): p. 77-81.

  4. Martin, C.M., The Care of Chronic Illness in General Practice. PhD Thesis, in National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health. 1998, Australian National University: Canberra.

  5. Martin, C., The care of chronic illness in general practice. 1998.

  6. Martin, C.M., et al., Characteristics of longer consultations in Australian general

    practice. Med J Aust, 1997. 167(2): p. 76-9.

  7. Bickler, G., et al., Manpower. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed), 1986. 293(6550): p. 819-c-

    820.

  8. Martin, C.M. and Kasperski, J.R. Developing interdisciplinary maternity services

    policy in Canada. Evaluation of a consensus workshop. [Miscellaneous Article].

  9. Martin, C. et al., Complexity in dynamical health systems - transforming science and theory, and knowledge and practice. [Miscellaneous].

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Martin, C. M. (2016). Multimorbidity: Through a Glass Darkly. In The Value of Systems and Complexity Sciences for Healthcare. Springer International Publishing: Edited P. Sturmberg, JP. p121-131.

  2. Proceedings Conference http://complexityandhealth.georgetown.edu/ 2015 Springer Verlag

  3. Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health. Sturmberg JP. and Martin CM. (Eds.) 2012, http://www.springer.com/public+health/book/978-1-4614-4997-3

    1. Chapter 1. Complexity in Health - An Introduction. Sturmberg, JP.; Martin, CM.

    2. Chapter 27. Avoidable hospitalizations in older adults. Martin CM et al

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c. Chapter 45. Making sense from complex systems theories, models and analytics to adapting actions and practices in health and health care. Martin CM and Sturmberg JP.

d. Chapter 47. Health Care Reform the need for a complex adaptive systems approach. Sturmberg JP, O’Hallorhan D & Martin CM.

  1. 2  User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies (Eds) Biswas, R and Martin, CM 2011, IGI Global, 701 E. Chocolate Ave. Hershey, PA 17033, USA.

  2. 3  Biswas,R and Martin, CM. Editorial. User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies (Eds) Biswas, R and Martin, CM. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.

  3. 4  Chaudhuri, A, Young, J, Martin, CM, Sturmberg, JP and Biswas, R (2011). User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies (pp. 16-33).

  4. 5  Martin, CM, Biswas, R, Ankur Joshi, Sturmberg, JP, Patient Journey Record Systems (PaJR): The development of a conceptual framework for a patient journey system. (Part 1) (pp. 75-92).

  5. 6  Martin, CM, Biswas, R, Sturmberg, JP, David Topps, Rachel Ellaway, Kevin Smith Patient Journey Record Systems (PaJR) for preventing Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions: A developmental framework (Part 2) (pp. 93-112).

  6. 7  Biswas, R, Sturmberg, JP, and Martin, CM. The User Driven Learning Environment. User-Driven Healthcare and Narrative Medicine: Utilizing Collaborative Social Networks and Technologies (pp. 229-241).

  7. 8  Open Information Management in User-driven Health Care. Biswas, R, Kevin Smith, Martin, CM, Sturmberg, JP, and Ankur Joshi (2010). Health Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 480-488).

  8. 9  Persistent Clinical Encounters in User Driven E-Health Care. Biswas, R, Sturmberg, JP, Martin, CM, A. U. Jai Ganesh, Shashikiran Umakanth, and Edwin Wen Huo Lee (2011). Clinical Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (3 vol) (pp. 1030-1046).

  9. 10  Social Cognitive Ontology and User Driven Healthcare . Biswas, R, Martin, CM, Sturmberg, JP, Kamalika Mukherji, Edwin Wen Huo Lee, and Shashikiran Umakanth (2011). Clinical Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (3 vol) (pp. 1996-2012).

  10. 11  Persistent Clinical Encounters in User Driven E-Health Care Biswas, R, Sturmberg, JP, Martin, CM, A. U. Jai Ganesh, Shashikiran Umakanth, and Edwin Wen Huo Lee (2010).

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Biomedical Knowledge Management: Infrastructures and Processes for E-Health Systems (pp. 101-117).

12 Biswas R, Smith K, Martin C, Sturmberg JP et al Open Information Management in User-Driven Healthcare, Chapter XVIII, in Open Information Management: Applications of Interconnectivity and Collaboration Niiranen, Yli-Hietanen, and Lugmayr, Editors. 2009, IGI Global publication: New York, USA.

  1. Biswas R, Martin C et al., Social Cognitive Ontology and User Driven Health Care, in Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies, S. Hatzipanagos and S. Warburton, Editors. IGI Global: New York://www.igi- global.com/downloads/ebook/locked/Hatzipanagos33011.pdf.

  2. Biswas R, Martin C et al. Life long learning in health care: a global perspective. In Frank Colombus (Ed) Trends in continuing education: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 400 Oser

Avenue, Suite 1600 Hauppauge, NY 11788 (July 2008) https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=7955.

  1. Martin C and Sturmberg JP A complexity model for primary care reforms. Book Chapter in Complexity, Science and Society (Paperback) Jan Bogg (Editor), Robert Geyer (Editor). Radcliffe Publishing August 31st 2007.

  2. Sturmberg JP. and Martin CM Understanding primary care as a complex multi-layered system. The vortex model in Complexity, Science and Society (Paperback) by Jan Bogg (Editor), Robert Geyer (Editor). Radcliffe Publishing August 31st 2007.

  3. Sturmberg JP and Martin C. Primary Care reforms a complex adaptive system in Sturmberg JP THE FOUNDATIONS OF PRIMARY CARE. Daring to be different. Radcliffe Press 2006.

  4. Haggerty J and Martin, CM. Evaluating Primary Health Care in Canada: The Right Questions to Ask! Publications Health Canada. ISBN: 0-662-69239-X.

  5. Martin C M and Kaufman T. New Orientations, a Shared Framework: A way forward to adaptive Primary Health Care Systems across Canada A Discussion Monograph. Commissioned by the Canadian Association of Community Health Centre Associations, and the Association of Ontario Health Centres PHCTF Project Measuring Cost-Effectiveness in Primary Health Care. (peer-reviewed) 27/08/2019.

  6. Towards a PHCT Framework - policy analysis and economic evaluation - Martin, CM, March 21-22, 2006. www.cachca.ca/local/files/Martin%20presentation%20Constructing%20a%20framework%2 0for%20the%20NES%20questions20_3_06b.pdf

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  1. Hogg WE, Huston P, Martin CM. Risk Management to Prevent Spread of Respiratory Infections in General Medical Practice. Chapter 10 Occupational Health and Safety in Health Care Institutions. 2005.

  2. Martin CM. Speaking Themselves, Focus Groups of Primary Care Self-Help Group members. North American Primary Care Group conference proceedings. 2003 www.napcrg.org

  3. Martin CM. Understanding Primary Care systems. North American Primary Care Group conference proceedings. 2004 www.napcrg,org

  4. Walker C, Peterson C, Millman N, Martin CM. (Editors) Chronic Disease: new perspectives and new directions. Tertiary Press, Melbourne Publication May 2003.

  5. Walker C, Peterson C, Millman N, Martin CM Introduction Chapter 1. In Walker C, Peterson C, Millman N, Martin C. (Editors) Chronic Disease: new perspectives and new directions. Tertiary Press, Melbourne Publication May 2003.

  6. Martin CM. Chronic illness care in General Practice the practitioner-patient relationship. Chapter 5. In Walker C, Peterson C, Millman N, Martin C. (Editors) Chronic Disease: new perspectives and new directions. Tertiary Press, Melbourne Publication May 2003.

  7. Martin CM, Peterson C. “The development of chronic illness in Australian General Practice and Primary Care Reform – an historical perspective”. Chapter 10. In Walker C, Peterson C, Millman N, Martin C. (Editors) Chronic Disease: new perspectives and new directions. Tertiary Press, Melbourne Publication May 2003.

  8. RACGP Enhanced Primary Care Guidelines 2000. (Martin CM Co-author/expert adviser) 2001 http://www.racgp.org.au/

  9. Oswald J, Martin CM, McKay D. Health Care Plans for Local Medical Officers - an Educational Resource. The Repatriation Comprehensive Care Scheme. Commonwealth Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Canberra. Published May, 1999.

  10. Bentzen N, et al. WONCA Classification Committee An International Dictionary for General/Family Practice (Martin C as Contributing Editor), 1999-2000.

  11. National Preventive and Community Medicine Committee. (Litt J, Harris M, McMaugh E, Martin C et al.) The Green Book. Putting Prevention into Practice. Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 1998.

  12. Martin CM, Peterson C. Research Inventory Vol II, Monograph No 6. Technical Advisory Group Monograph Series. Canberra: Australian National University, (Australian Collection) National Library of Australia Nq 338.761009 M379 1994.

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  1. Dickinson, J and Martin, CM. Report of the morbidity and treatment survey workshop / 1993.Australian Collection) National Library of Australia Nq 362.10994 D553.

  2. Martin CM, and Saltman, D. Integrating general practitioners and community health services in Deborah C. Saltman, Carmel Martin, Judy Putt. 1991. (Australian Collection) N 614.40994 NCE National Library of Australia.

Invited International/National presentations (1998-2015):

  1. Invited Keynote Speaker: Martin C. Healthcare PlexusCall: Journeys in Aging and Illness: A Critical Perspective. http://www.plexusinstitute.org/?page=HealthcareCalls

  2. Key Note Presentation Martin. C Innovation: what is new is new and what is old is new: Thinking outside and inside the box. 2015 Canadian Conference on Physician leadership http://ccpl2015.com/conference-day-2.html

  3. Key Note Presentation. Self-rated health: at the core of person-centered care. Dr Carmel Martin, Co-Chairman ESPCH SIG on Complexity European Society of Person- Centred Healthcare, Madrid 2014.

  4. Patient-centered healthcare research – II. Dr Carmel Martin, Co-Chairman ESPCH SIG on Complexity European Society of Person-Centred Healthcare, Madrid 2014.

  5. Illinois Innovation Council. Presentation to the Governor’s Innovation Council. Chicago Illinois. The Patient Journey Record System. 2013.

  6. Enterprise Ireland. Keynote Presentation. 2012 The Patient Journey Record System. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mz8bLF-gQw.

  7. Key Note Presentation. Martin CM. Towards a Framework for Primary Health Care Transition in Canada. Think Tank on the Economic Evaluation of PHC in Canada, National PHCTF funded project, March 21,22 2006 Toronto, Canada.

  8. Martin CM, Bortolotti F, Strasser S, Darling S. The Virtual Office of Synthesis and Information. March 9, 10 2006 Toronto, Canada www.cfpc.ca.

  9. Invited presentation. Martin CM. Indigenous Knowledge Translation Summit, First Nations University, Regina, Canada. March 2-5, 2006 Published proceedings.

  10. Martin CM, Felix-Bortolotti M. VOSI, Virtual Office of Synthesis and Information. Primary Health Care, The Ministry Of Health and Long Term Care, Ontario, January 2006

  11. Martin CM. Understanding Chronic Illness in the Primary Health Care Setting. Northern Ontario School of Medicine, June 29th 2005.

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  1. Martin CM. Asking the Right Questions. Expert Committee The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care. Health Canada March 21st, 22nd April 2005

  2. Martin, CM.: Invited speaker, Actively Building Capacity in Primary Health Care, May 2004, Toronto.www.cfpc.ca

14.Martin, CM. Invited speaker, Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, Evaluating Primary Healthcare in Canada. Toronto, April 7, 2004

  1. Martin, CM. Experiences of Chronic Illness care and Primary Care reforms in Australia. Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Health Research Institute, Jan 30th 2004.

  2. Martin, CM. Speaking themselves. Focus groups of people with chronic illness. North American Primary Care Research Group, Banff, Canada October 2003.

  3. Martin CM. Multi, Inter and Transdisciplinary care in Critical Issues in the Nursing Care of the Adult. School of Nursing. September 22, 2003.

  4. Martin CM. Linking population health and primary care. Guest speaker, Population Health Division, Dept of Health and Ageing. Government of Australia, October Canberra, 2000.

  5. Martin CM.: Health Care Planning – the outcome of an implementation study. Improving GP provision of Health Care Plans to veterans. Australian Health Outcomes Collaboration, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare/University of Wollongong, August 1999, Canberra.

  6. Bitmead P, Martin CM. Lessons learned. Evaluating the National Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy. In Managing and Monitoring Health Outcomes - From Policy to Practice, Australian Health Outcomes Collaboration, University of Wollongong, August 1998, Canberra.

Other materials subject to external evaluation

  1. Martin CM. Pan Canadian Inuit Response to the Aboriginal Health Transition Fund Final Report.

  2. Martin CM. Interim Evaluation Report on Audience Research for Inuit Health Statistics System – Naasautit, February 2009.

  3. Martin CM. Interim Evaluation Report on the Naasautit Health Statistics Project, March 2009.

  4. Martin CM, Kaufman T. Towards a framework for Primary Health Care in Canada – the next steps in its development and evaluation. Policy Paper for the Primary Health Care Transition Fund ‘Tools for Transition’ Canada 2006 www.cachca.ca

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  1. Haggerty J and Martin CM. Asking the Right Questions. The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care, Health Canada, Canada 2005.

  2. Robert Swenson, Nick Busing, Jay Mercer, Katherine Gillis, Colleen MacPhee, Elizabeth Lynch, Donna Klink. Martin CM, Jacques Bradwejn, Nick Kates, Tim Aubry, Sarah Pantin, Eleanor Reisen, Vivien Runnels, Jennifer J. Clinch, The Ottawa Shared Mental Health Care Project Ontario Primary Health Care transition Fund August, 2006.

  3. Martin CM, Margot Felix Bortolotti, Sarah Strasser, Goshu Gebremichael, Shelley Darling, Alanna Smith. Virtual Office for Synthesis and Information, PHCTF report August 2006.

  4. Martin CM. Babies Can’t Wait. An Evaluation Incorporating Ideas into Action Maternity Services Consensus Workshop, Actively Building Capacity in PHC Research, PHCTF Report August 2006.

  5. Martin CM. Evaluation of Activity Building Capacity in Primary Health Care Research (ABC) project (Primary Health Care Database, Research and Evaluation Framework and Knowledge Synthesis and Exchange Strategy, Review of our Educational System & the Establishment of Interdisciplinary Primary Health Care Research Units) Ontario PHCTF 2006.

  6. Martin CM, Smylie JK, Bauert P, McMaugh E, Hogg W. Challenges in the use of international Indigenous health indicators: an Australian Canadian perspective. The International Journal on Circumpolar Health 2003. North American Primary Care Group conference proceedings. 2003.

  7. Martin, CM Masters of Community Medicine (Minor Thesis) Peer reviewed/examined by examiners London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

  8. Martin CM. "Drug Problems in Hackney", A Report to the City and Hackney District Health Authority, London; 1986.

  9. Martin CM. "Community-orientated Medical Education - The Integration of St Bartholomew's Medical Curriculum", Report to St Bartholomew's Medical College, Department of Public Health Medicine and Department of General Practice, City and Hackney Health District, London; 1986.

  10. Martin CM, Catchpole M, Garcia I, and Kumar V. "Surgical Performance Indicators in Redbridge Health Authority", Report to Redbridge District Health Authority, London; 1986.

  11. Martin CM, Public Health Medicine Traineeship publications. Peer reviewed/examined by supervisors Dr Sian Griffiths, Dr Ken Grant and Dr Jane Leaver and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Examiners.

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16. Martin C. "The Use of a Pressure Sore Register as an Outcome Indicator - The Use of Tracer Methodology", Report to City and Hackney Health Authority, London; 1987.

17. Martin C. "Drug Problems in Hackney", A Follow-Up Report to the City and Hackney District Health Authority, London; 1990

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PUBLICATIONS NOT SUBJECT TO EDITORIAL REVIEW

Journal letters and commentaries

  1. Martin, CM. Clinicians’ gut feeling about serious infections in children:

    observational study. BMJ Rapid Responses 18 October 2012.

  2. Martin, CM. Sophisticated Methods of Knowledge Construction in Medicine BMJ

    Rapid Responses (Published 07 August 2009).

  3. Martin, CM. Re: Unnecessary care: are doctors in denial and is profit driven

    healthcare to blame? BMJ Rapid Responses (Published 08 October 2012).

  4. Martin, CM. Don't Use a Hammer to Smash a Walnut BMJ Rapid Responses (Published 21 June 2010).

  5. Martin, CM. Equity is an emergent phenomena from complex dynamic systems? BMJ Rapid Responses (Published 16 September 2008).

  6. Martin, CM. Implementing Case Management – understanding principles and learnings from complex adaptive systems. BMJ Rapid Responses (Published 07 February 2007).

  7. Martin, CM. On the cusp – a paradigm shift in modelling complexity in primary care work. Annals of Family Medicine, 3 Aug 2010

  8. Martin, CM The Nature of Primary Care.. Different priorities - different values - a complex system. Annals of Family Medicine (23 July 2009)

  9. Martin, CM Interpreting Survey Results (2 December 2008) in response to Cathy Schoen, Robin Osborn, Sabrina K.H. How, Michelle M. Doty, and Jordon Peugh, In Chronic Condition: Experiences Of Patients With Complex Health Care Needs, In Eight Countries, 2008, Health Affairs Web Exclusive, November 13, 2008.

  10. Martin, CM Doctors and nurses: Multimorbidity may be stumbling block. BMJ. 2008 Oct 6;337:a1975. doi: 10.1136/bmj.a1975. No abstract available. PMID: 18838432 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE].

  11. Martin, CM. Global lessons for all: moving forwards with complex adaptive health systems. March 12 2008. Comment on Viewpoint: Global action on health systems: a proposal for the Toyako G8 summit The Lancet - Vol. 371, Number 9615, 8 March 2008, Pages 865-869.

  12. Martin, CM. Health, Chronic Care, the Patient Journey and Relationship-based care Canadian Family Physician , 27 January 2008.

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  1. Martin, CM, Sturmberg, JP, Terry Kaufman Coming back home to Primary Health Care – the welcome impetus of the ‘new’ models of chronic illness care in the community. Annals of Family Medicine. July 12th 2007 http://www.annfammed.org.

  2. Sturmberg, JP, Martin, CM, Patient Care as a Complex Adaptive Process around Illness. Annals of Family Medicine. 30 June 2007 http://www.annfammed.org.

  3. Martin, CM, and JP Sturmberg. Confusing the concepts of complicated and complex. bmj.com11 July 2007.

  4. Martin, CM, et al. Implementing Case Management – understanding principles and learnings from complex adaptive systems. bmj.com, 7 Feb 2007.

  5. Martin CM, Strengthening Family Medicine Research, Annals of Family Medicine 21 February 2005.

  6. Sturmberg JP and Martin CM, Progressing Engels’s biopsychosocial model of health. Annals of Family Medicine, December 24th 2004.

  7. Bauert P, McMaugh E, Martin CM and Smylie J. Letter to the Medical Journal of Australia in response to Ring and Brown, Indigenous health: chronically inadequate responses to damning statistics. Medical Journal of Australia 2003.

  8. Martin CM, Hogg WE. Doctors' performance needs to be discussed.. BMJ 2003; 326: 1460.

  9. Sturmberg AP, Martin CM. “Only a GP?” is the solution to the general practice crisis intellectual? letter Medical Journal of Australia. October 2003.

  10. Sturmberg AP, Martin CM. Conceptualising Continuity of Care – The Challenge. British Medical Journal letter. bmj.com, 23 Nov 2003.

  11. Martin CM. Letter to the Editor: General Practice Consultations: Quality and Time. Medical Journal of Australia, 2000.

Book Reviews

1. Martin, CM, Review The Conscious Notebook. Reference: Rakesh, Biswas. June 2009. 'The Conscious Notebook: A Narrative Human Ontology'. Nova Science Publishers, New York, June 2009 Annals of Neurosciences, India, Volume 16, Number 1, 2009 http://www.madnessandliterature.org/literature.php?id=124&resultpage=1

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Other materials subject to external evaluation

1. Taxonomy, Frameworks, Classifications and Methods for Complex Health Systems Research: Draft Working Paper submitted to the North American Primary Care Research Complexity Special Interest group October 24th 2015

Policy papers and Submissions to Government/ Representative Bodies in Australia and Canada

  1. Patricia Huston, William Hogg, Martin CM, Enrique Soto, Adriana Newbury. A Process Evaluation of a multi-facetted Intervention to Improve Respiratory Infection Control Practices in Family Physicians Offices. PHERO (Public Health and Epidemiology Report, Ontario), Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Ontario 2004.

  2. Martin CM. The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. A background Paper for AMA Federal Council, 2001. Submission to Government based on this paper. 2001.

  3. Martin CM Direct to Consumer Advertising 2001. A Position of the Australian Medical Association, The Pharmacy Guild and the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia as members of the Joint Medicines Working Party (Dr C Martin, lead- author).

  4. Martin CM, Joint Communique, National Drugs Round Table, Proceeding of the National Drugs Round Table hosted by the AMA March 2001.

  5. Australian Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee Discussion Paper. The Future of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Martin CM is AMA representative and co-author of the paper. 2002 www.health.gov.au.

  6. Martin CM. as a contributing author and AMA representative. Australian Government Framework Document for Domiciliary Medication Management Review in the Community and in Nursing Homes, Jan 2001.

  7. Submission on the National Cancer Control Initiative August 2002. (Author Martin CM).

  8. Submission on the Proposed Joint Trans-Tasman Therapeutic Goods Regulatory Agency August 2002. (Author Martin CM).

  9. Martin CM Submission on the Draft Report of a Review of Advertising Therapeutic Products in Australia and New Zealand (Author Dr C Martin). 2000.

10.Submission on the Draft Evaluation Framework of the Second Round of Coordinated Care Trials (Author Martin CM).

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  1. Submission to Federal Government Senate inquiry on policy and research on problem drug use (Dr K Stockhausen, Martin CM, Dr Pring).

  2. Submission to Federal Government on Funding for Indigenous Health Care funding. Report Card on Indigenous Health and Health Care Performance (Ms McMaugh, Drs Bauert, Phelps, Martin CM) 2001.

13. Submissions on Child Health, Youth Health and Well being. (Dr Pring, Youth Advisor, Martin, CM) 2001.

International editorial work:

Founding Co-Editor in Chief with Associate Professor JP Sturmberg of the Interdisciplinary Forum on Systems and Evaluation in Medicine and Healthcare in the Journal of Clinical Evaluation, Volumes 2-6, 2009 and Volumes 1-3, 1010, Wiley Blackwell, International.

Co-Editor in Chief with Professor Sturmberg on Handbook on Complexity in Health. Springer. Part of Springer Science + Business Media http://www.springer.com/public+health/book/978-1-4614-4997-3

Associate Editor of BioMedCentral Health Services Research Journal from 2009 2012 present.

Associate Editor of International Journal of User Driven Health Care, IGI Global

Reviewer:

Australian NH&MRC Research Grants;
Australian General Practice Evaluation Program Grants; Australian Pharmaceutical Education Program Grants; The Medical Journal of Australia;
Canadian Medical Association Journal
Australian Journal of Primary Healthcare;
Australasian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health; Australian Family Physician;
Annals of Family Medicine;

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Canadian Institute of Health Research;
National Health & Medical Research Council, Australia;
North American Primary Care Research Group;
Michael Smith Health Research Foundation, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Family Practice;
BMC Public Health;
BMC Medicine;
BMC Health Services Research;
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
International Journal of Integrated Care

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Grants:

Investigator salary and non-peer reviewed research funding

2004 Martin, CM, $20,000, Visiting Scholar, Indigenous People’s Health Research Centre, First Nation’s University Saskatchewan July 2005.

2010 Martin CM and Kellett, JG. Patient Journey Record. Awarded 20,000 by Health Service Executive, Mid Western Region, Ireland.

2012 Martin, CM et al. Patient Journey Record. Awarded $50,000 by Healthbox LLC, Chicago, Illinois.

2012 Martin, CM et al. Patient Journey Record/Cara health. Awarded $50K as runner up Janssen Care Innovation Challenge May 2012.

http://www.janssenhealthcareinnovation.com

Peer Reviewed Operating Grants awarded (in chronological order)

2014 Vogel, C, Hederman,L Martin, C et. Al. Seeding Funding to Prepare H2020 Funding Application for PATHWISE Proposal to PHC26ii.

2013 Martin, CM et al Patient Journey Record Study, €12,000 HSE Funding.

2011 Martin, CM et al Patient Journey Record Study, €34,000 Irish Lottery Funding.

2010 Martin, CM, Hederman, L., Madden E., Patient Journey Record (PaJR), Translational Research Funding, National Digital Research Centre, Dublin, Ireland, 800K.

2004 Martin CM, (PI), T Lobsinger, W Hogg, J Lemelin, G Viner. A Care Navigator for Family Health Networks, $311,000. Ontario Primary Health Care Transition Fund.

2004 L Chambers and Martin, CM (PIs) Continual Professional Development. Ontario Primary Health Care Transition Fund. Interdisciplinary e-learning in the Care of the Elderly. $810,000

2004 Martin CM, W Hogg, J Lemelin, (PIs) J Humbert, F Legault, K Woodend, L Chambers, S Amos, J Jaffey, Statistician, DM Gray, C Deri. Anticipatory and Preventive Team Care (APTCare): At Risk Patients of Family Health Networks. $1.37m Ontario Primary Health Care Transition Fund.

2004 Martin CM, Hogg WE, Ogilvie L, (PIs) Comparisons of models of Primary Health Care in Ontario. Primary Health Care Transition Fund (PHCTF) Evaluation Proposal. $2.24m.

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2004 W Hogg, Martin CM.(PIs) Harnessing Primary Care Capacity to Enhance the Public Health Response to Respiratory Epidemics: a Public Health/Family Medicine Collaboration. The City of Ottawa, Department of Public Health, $200,000.

2004 W Hogg, JMcGowan, Martin CM (Co-I) Just in time information Primary Health Care Transition Fund (PHCTF) $750,000.

2004 B Swenson, N Busing, Martin CM (Co-I) Shared Mental Health Care Primary Health Care Transition Fund (PHCTF) $760,000.

2004 Martin CM, W Hogg, N Busing. Virtual office of support, synthesis and information (part of an Ontario wide grant of $1.6m).

2004 L Dolovich, K Pottie, B Farrell, J Kaczorowski, Martin CM et al. (Co-I) Optimizing Drug Therapy in Primary Care: Integrating Pharmacists with Ontario Family Physician Group Practices. Primary Health Care Transition Fund (PHCTF), Ontario Ministry of Health. ($1.9m shared between McMaster Uni. and uOttawa).

2003 Hogg W, Lemelin J, Martin CM. (Co-I) A program of Outreach Facilitation in Primary Care Networks. $1.4m Ottawa Primary Health Care Transition Fund.

2003 Smylie (PI) Tugwell, et al Martin CM as a Co-I. Indigenous Knowledge Model Canadian Institute of Health Research grant $300,000.

2002 Hogg WE, Lemelin J, (PIs) Martin CM Co-I, et al Home Based Intermediate Care Project. Additional funding - the Ottawa Hospital Feb 2002 with $100,000.

2002 Martin CM. The Care of Chronic Illness in General Practice. RACGP Family Medical Care, Education and Research Foundation Grant $5,000.

2002 Martin CM. “Youth Health Advocacy Program”. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, $110,000.

2002 Martin CM. “Development of a Model for Mental Health Care Planning/Case Conferencing for Veterans” Dept of Veterans’ Affairs Local Medical Officers Advisory Committee Grant - $100,000.

2002 Hogg WE, Lemelin J, (PIs) Moore L, Martin CM et al as Co-Is. A program of outreach facilitation in Primary Care Networks plus qualitative study on physician perceptions of performance feedback. Canadian Institute of Health Research $500,000.

2000 Martin CM. Dept of Veterans’ Affairs Applied Research Grant - $190,000 “Effectiveness of Health Care Planning” Evaluation Trial.

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2000 Martin CM. “Youth Health Advocacy Program”. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, $100,000.

1999 Martin CM. Dept of Veterans’ Affairs Applied Research Grant - $186,000 “Effectiveness of Health Care Planning” Evaluation Trial.

1998 Martin CM. Dept of Veterans’ Affairs Applied Research Grant - $139,000 “Effectiveness of Annual Health Care Plans” Evaluation Trial.

1997 Jellie C, Martin CM, Kelly G. Legal issues in general practice. GPEP seeding grant $10,000 through the ACT Division of General Practice

1992-5 Martin CM, Daly J, Douglas R. General Practice Evaluation Program Grant - $300,000, The Care of Chronic Conditions in General Practice.

Consultancies since November 2004

2008 Martin, CM, $100,000 National Evaluator of the Pan Canadian Inuit Response to the Aboriginal Health Transition Fund until 2012.

2008 Martin, CM, $5,800 National Aboriginal Health Organization, Health Determinants Data Infrastructure Project Educational Module.

Martin, CM. $12,000 National Aboriginal Health Organization, Audience Priorities Delphi Study for Naasautit Health Statistics Project

2008 Martin, CM, $6,000 Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami organization (ITK), National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy Evaluation Framework Analysis.

2006 Martin, CM, $30,000 Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami organization (ITK), Aboriginal Health Transition Fund Analysis.

2005 Martin, CM, $60,000 Ontario College of Family Physicians, Jan 2005-August 2006

2004-5 Haggerty J and Martin CM. Asking the Right Questions. The National Evaluation Strategy for Primary Health Care $50,000 Health Canada.

2005 Martin CM Implementing Chronic Illness Care Models in 3 Community Health Centres. $4,000.

2005 Martin CM External Evaluation of the Satisfaction with the Symposium for Organizational Leaders in Ontario - Follow-up survey $7,000.

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  1. Martin, C.M., et al., Anticipatory Care in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations: Making Data Sense of Complex Health Journeys. Frontiers in Public Health, 2019. 6(376).

  2. Martin, C., et al., Resilience, health perceptions,(QOL), stressors, and hospital admissionsObservations from the real world of clinical care of unstable health journeys in Monash Watch (MW), Victoria, Australia. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1310-1318.

  3. Martin, C., K. Stockman, and J.P. Sturmberg, Humans and Big Data: New Hope? Harnessing the Power of Person-Centred Data Analytics, in Embracing Complexity in Health. 2019, Springer, Cham. p. 125-146.

  4. Martin, C., et al., Supporting complex dynamic health journeys using conversation to avert hospital readmissions from the community: an ecological perspective incorporating interoception, in Putting Systems and Complexity Sciences Into Practice. 2018, Springer, Cham. p. 51-71.

  5. Martin, C.M., What matters in “multimorbidity”? Arguably resilience and personal health experience are central to quality of life and optimizing survival. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1282-1284.

  6. Martin, C.M., Complex adaptive systems approaches in health careA slow but real emergence? Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(1): p. 266-268.

  7. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health (care): A dynamic adaptive perspective. Journal

    of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1319-1322.

  8. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health: A dynamic adaptive perspective. 2018.

  9. Martin, C.M., et al., Anticipatory Care in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations:

    Making Data Sense of Complex Health Journeys. Frontiers in public health, 2018.

    6.

  10. Reeve, J., et al., Revitalizing generalist practice: The montreal statement. The

    Annals of Family Medicine, 2018. 16(4): p. 371-373.

  11. Scheffer, M., et al., Quantifying resilience of humans and other animals.

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018. 115(47): p. 11883-11890.

  12. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., General practice work and workforce: Interdependencies between demand, supply and quality. Australian journal of general practice, 2018.

    47(8): p. 507.

  13. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., Health and DiseaseEmergent States Resulting from

    Adaptive Social and Biological Network Interactions. A Framework for Debate.

    Frontiers in medicine, 2019. 6: p. 59.

  14. Martin, C., et al., Resilience, health perceptions,(QOL), stressors, and hospital

    admissionsObservations from the real world of clinical care of unstable health journeys in Monash Watch (MW), Victoria, Australia. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1310-1318.

  15. Martin, C., K. Stockman, and J.P. Sturmberg, Humans and Big Data: New Hope? Harnessing the Power of Person-Centred Data Analytics, in Embracing Complexity in Health. 2019, Springer, Cham. p. 125-146.

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  1. Martin, C., et al., Supporting complex dynamic health journeys using conversation to avert hospital readmissions from the community: an ecological perspective incorporating interoception, in Putting Systems and Complexity Sciences Into Practice. 2018, Springer, Cham. p. 51-71.

  2. Martin, C.M., What matters in “multimorbidity”? Arguably resilience and personal health experience are central to quality of life and optimizing survival. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1282-1284.

  3. Martin, C.M., Complex adaptive systems approaches in health careA slow but real emergence? Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(1): p. 266-268.

  4. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health (care): A dynamic adaptive perspective. Journal

    of evaluation in clinical practice, 2018. 24(6): p. 1319-1322.

  5. Martin, C.M., Resilience and health: A dynamic adaptive perspective. 2018.

  6. Martin, C.M., et al., Anticipatory Care in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations:

    Making Data Sense of Complex Health Journeys. Frontiers in public health, 2018.

    6.

  7. Reeve, J., et al., Revitalizing generalist practice: The montreal statement. The

    Annals of Family Medicine, 2018. 16(4): p. 371-373.

  8. Scheffer, M., et al., Quantifying resilience of humans and other animals.

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018. 115(47): p. 11883-11890.

  9. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., General practice work and workforce: Interdependencies between demand, supply and quality. Australian journal of general practice, 2018.

    47(8): p. 507.

  10. Sturmberg, J.P., et al., Health and DiseaseEmergent States Resulting from

    Adaptive Social and Biological Network Interactions. A Framework for Debate.

    Frontiers in medicine, 2019. 6: p. 59.

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Research Output 1993 2019

Anticipatory care in potentially preventable hospitalizations: Making data sense of complex health journeys

Martin, C. M., Sturmberg, J. P., Stockman, K., Hinkley, N. & Campbell, D., 1 Jan 2019, In : Frontiers in Public Health. 6, JAN, 15 p., 376.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Health and Disease-Emergent States Resulting From Adaptive Social and Biological Network Interactions

Sturmberg, J. P., Picard, M., Aronoff, D., Bennett, J. M., Bircher, J., deHaven, M. J., Gijzel, S. M. W., Heng, H. H., Marcum, J. A., Martin, C. M., Miles, A. J., Peterson, C., Rohleder, N., Walker, C., Olde Rikkert, M. G. M. & Melis, R. J. F., 28 Mar 2019, In : Frontiers in Medicine. 6, 14 p., 59.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

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Humans and Big Data: New Hope? Harnessing the Power of Person-Centred Data Analytics

Martin, C. M., Stockman, K. & Sturmberg, J. P., 2019, Embracing Complexity in Health: The Transformation of Science, Practice, and Policy. Sturmberg, J. P. (ed.). Switzerland AG: Springer, p. 125-146 22 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (Book)Researchpeer-review

2 Citations (Scopus)

Complex adaptive systems approaches in health care—A slow but real emergence?

Martin, C. M., 1 Feb 2018, In : Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 24, 1, p. 266-268 3 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalEditorialOtherpeer-review

18 Citations (Scopus)

Quantifying resilience of humans and other animals

Scheffer, M., Elizabeth Bolhuis, J., Borsboom, D., Buchman, T. G., Gijzel, S. M. W., Goulson, D., Kammenga, J. E., Kemp, B., van de Leemput, I. A., Levin, S., Martin, C. M., Melis, R. J. F., van Nes, E. H., Michael Romero, L. & Olde Rikkert, M. G. M., 20 Nov 2018, In : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115, 47, p. 11883-11890 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview ArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
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