keiwan wind

Not all those who wander are lost…

 

publications


SOCIAL INNOVATION AND HEALTH EQUITY

Book (Published)

Unleashing a pandemic of health from the work place:
Believing is seeing

Editors: Alejandro R. Jadad (Editor in cheif), Adriana Arango, Jose Hamberto Devia Sepulveda, Sara Espinal, David G. Rodriguez, and Keiwan S. Wind

Scoping Review (Ready to submit)

Checking the blind spot looking at the landscape of “the use of socio-cognitive and social psychology theories to examine health behaviour and health”:
A mixed-method scoping review

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Farimah HakemZadeh, Whitney Berta, Peggy Chi, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To draw a broad perspective of what social psychology theories examined health behaviours of individuals.
Systematic Review (In-Progress)

What makes us feel healthy?
Correlates of self-reported health

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Estephania Chacòn, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To draw a precise perspective of what is known about determinants of self-reported health.
Longitudinal Observational (In-Progress)

The effects of health behaviours on self-reported health

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To understand what are the determinants of self-reported health by using machine learning techniques.
Theoretical Paper (In-Progress)

From self-reported health to self-accessed health

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To create a framework for healthcare professionals and organizations to empower individuals to access, and enable them to improve their health.
Longitudinal Observational (In-Progress)

The effects of health policies and budgets on self-reported health

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Farimah HakemZadeh, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To investigate the correlation of health regions’ health policies/budgets and their inhabitants’ perception of health.

MIGRATION AND HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

Analytical Paper (Ready to Submit)

Licensing International Medical Graduates (IMGs) in Canada

Author: Keiwan S. Wind

  • To illustrate the difficulty of getting licensed in Canada for IMGs, and its various psychological, social, and economic consequences.
Scoping Review (Ready to Submit)

Preventive health practice among new-comers

Author: Keiwan S. Wind

  • To understand how migration changes new-comers’ preventive health behaviour.

DEATH AND HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT

Empirical Study (Submitted)

What is non-negotiable for healthcare workers at the end of life?

Authors: Mehreen Zaman, Ellena Antoniou, Keiwan Wind, Ross Upshur, Jennifer Gibson, Farimah HakemZadeh, Emilio Herrera, Tamen Jadad-Garcia, German Rojas, Alejandro Jadad

  • To realize healthcare workers’ preferences for the end of life period.
Empirical Study (In-Progress)

Determinants of fear of death for healthcare professionals

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Alejandro R. Jadad

  • To find out why healthcare professionals scare of death and how it may affect their role in the jobs they perform.

PERSONAL HEALTH RECORD (PHR)

Empirical Study (In-Progress)

Usability and usefulness of PHRs for pregnant women

Authors: Keiwan S. Wind, Norm Archer

  • What is the perception of pregnant women about usefulness and usability of a web-based PHR module to keep track of pregnancy?
Empirical Study (Conference Presentation)

Personal Decision Support for Chronic Disease Self-Management

Authors: Reza Ariaeinejad, Keiwan Wind (Kayvan Sayyedi Viand), Catherine Demers, and Norm Archer

 
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